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Update 1.9.4 - Songs of the Seas now on Testing Branch!

Added new musical instrument items. Added new footstep sounds and increased the variety of sounds that can play. While the patch on the testing branch, these achievements will be hidden until achieved. Added new boat sounds. If you'd like to opt into the testing branch and help us find any bugs before an official push, go here for instructions on how to opt in. This update adds a lot of new content and changes including musical instruments, a new NPC known as The... Source: Salt Development Blog

Book #18 The Girl From Venice

That same element of suspense but wrapped up in a love story set in Venice as World War II reaches a cataclysmic end for Italy. This is a powerful story encompassing the final days of the Wehrmacht SS, the Blackshirt fascists, the partisans - all jostling for position in the face of the final advance made by American military forces through northern Italy. full of suspense against the backdrop of the final days of the war, set in the beauty and mystery of occupied Venice and the dark nature of the lagoon. Smith is a master of his craft with a supreme gift for characterisation. Source: A Bulldog In Brighton

In September 2010, Malstrom says Minecraft is ‘NES classic tier’ and Nintendo must study it for Zelda after Skyward Sword

Iwata says video games, like any entertainment, depend on ‘surprise’. Note how the massive world and massive interactivity does not SCARE away players, it ATTRACTS them. While with mediums like novels and movies, things like plot and character surprise people. Today, in 2017, Minecraft is everywhere, one of the top selling games ever made, and has its own row of toys in toy stores. This is how games like the early RPGs such as Final Fantasy and early Zeldas could FAKE being a huge epic world due to the unscripted experiences occurring to the player. Minecraft is quite a master of emergent gameplay. Minecraft tapped a Blue Ocean by not focusing on features every other game does (like graphics and “production values”) to focus on creating a MASSIVE world with MASSIVE interactivity. And, if I am correct, Minecraft sells best on Wii U. Minecraft is a huge toy phenomenon. He would say, “The world is too big,” or “There are too many items to craft,” or “You can get lost too easily in the world. Minecraft phenomenon is on par with the Super Mario Brothers phenomenon of the 1980s. A few days ago, I told a high school grad that I tested out Minecraft in the alpha. Here is a post I am very proud to make: my reactions to Minecraft Alpha in 2010. I was comparing Minecraft to games like NES Super Mario Brothers, Zelda 1, and Metroid in terms of quality. Source: Malstrom’s Articles News








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Freeport Harbor
The harbor in Freeport, Maine. There is a layer of ice on the water in places but there is a nice reflection off the water. There is not much activity here at this time of year but the Harbor Master's craft is at...
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JLOTS 2011, Army sailors set sail for Morocco, March 2011
“Tow the Line” Soldiers depart Yorktown Coast Guard Station, Yorktown, Va., March 24 on board the Large Tug-805 with two Landing Craft Utility vessels in tow. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater,...
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JLOTS 2011, Army sailors set sail for Morocco, March 2011
“Tow the Line” Soldiers depart Yorktown Coast Guard Station, Yorktown, Va., March 24 on board the Large Tug-805 with two Landing Craft Utility vessels in tow. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Jo Bridgwater,...
Photo by US Army Africa on Flickr