A game design career may be your dream job, but it doesn’t mean you get to sit around blasting zombies all day. It means you’re tasked with not just dreaming up, but also bringing to life all those game characters and worlds. And that’s easier said than done.
Luckily, you’ll learn the essentials for doing so with the Game Design Course bundle – which you can pick up right now for any price you want to pay in the Boing Boing Store.
Pay any amount, and you’ll receive access to two courses to get started:
Engage Your Customers w/ Gamification Course
Learn To Craft “Hand-Painted” Textures Course
But nobody should move down a new career path and stop halfway…so if you pay anything over the average price paid, you’ll get two additional courses to round out your game design education:
Make Real Games: Become a Unity 3D Power User Course
Thomas Mair, the terrorist who murdered a UK member of Parliament last week while shouting “Britain First” (the name of a UK neofascist party), was arraigned yesterday; in the dock, he refused to state his name, shouting “Death to traitors, freedom for Britain” instead. (more…)
Looking for a crowd pleasing-appetizer? Make bacon-wrapped shrimp! Kinda ridiculously good.
I blame the bacon.
Seriously, this one is really easy and crazy good. Bacon and shrimp make a very happy couple. For this recipe we are coating the shrimp with some lime and chili powder, and then wrapping them in slices of bacon, and either oven baking or putting on the grill.
Here are a couple of tips that can help make these even better.
Earlier this month, Daniel Fernandez was sentenced to a six-month jail term while his public defender was in handcuffs, silenced and forced to sit with the accused awaiting trial, having been put in this position by Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Conrad Hafen.
Borrowing a trick from the Comcast/AT&T playbook, Google Fiber now forces customers who are unhappy with the service to surrender their right to sue and to join class actions in favor of binding arbitration, a one-sided system of shadow courts that overwhelmingly delivers rulings in favor of the big companies that pay for it. (more…)
Jerry Lewis called his unreleased 1972 movie “The Day the Clown Cried,” about a clown in Auschwitz who convinces children to go to their deaths, an “embarass[ing] poor work” and said it would never be released. (more…)