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Published author, former video game historian, traditional pen-and-ink artist, amateur comic strip creator, and recently amateur digital artist

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The rest of the old 2013 auction loot

The rest of the old 2013 auction loot

I hope everybody's enjoying the 2000 beta built of Superman for PlayStation by Titus that I released yesterday. If you missed it, check out my previous Journal post; download link is at the bottom. I know most of you would rather have the game than hear anything from me about it. Bottom line: you finally got it after all this time, after it was rescued from a formatted hard drive using ICare Data Recovery. That's the Cliff Notes version. And as for the rest of the stuff I got in that auction back in 2013, well, you already have the 40% build of Resident Evil 1.5 so there's no sense in me reposting it again. Here's download links to the rest: Snood demo for PS2 (disc marked "www.AceGames.com") --> http://www.mediafire.com/file/3jdimjsl5o1zus7/snooddemo_ps2.rar/file The Benefactor demo for PS2 (disc marked "www.AceGames.com") --> http://www.mediafire.com/file/got4fp9h0zvm00t/benefactordemo_ps2.rar/file Pillage for PS2 preview copy (no markings on disc) -->

Superman for PlayStation (Titus, 2000) released!!!

Superman for PlayStation (Titus, 2000) released!!!

No, you're not dreaming, nor is this a fake or a fraud. This is for real. This is really happening, it's happening right now, and welcome to the release party. The long-lost legendary advanced build of the revamped Superman for PlayStation by Titus Sofware from 2000 is the subject of this release, and it's being brought to you by the guy who won the game off of eBay back in 2013. Let's also make this clear. This is NOT a leak. This is a release. Okay? "WHOA!!! But wait a minute. Didn't you say you nuked the game back then because of the way certain people on the Assembler forums were treating you? And I read somewhere else that you're nothing but a greedy collector who was trolling for a higher price. Furthermore, how can you be releasing it NOW if you said you nuked it back then? Have you really been sitting on it all this time, waiting for the price to go up and only letting it go now because you can't find any buyers. And what about--" Hold it, hold it, HOLD IT!!!.

Done with Source engine map port public releases

Done with Source engine map port public releases

That's right. I told you this day was coming. With today's releases of "zm_z_alchemilla," the last ZM-series map left in my cleanup cache for that lot, along with "gm_xcom," a side extra hearkening back to the very first Source engine map release on my current DigitalExplorations website, I have done the last Source engine map OBJ port public releases I intend to do for all of you. I'm finished. I'm retiring from doing this and I'm moving on to other things - in fact, I've already moved on. If you want more, then someone else will have to do them. While I know some of you are still going to be upset by this, please try not to be. Look at everything you got from me in this regard. Over the past six years and across three different web sites I've released close to 800 different and unique Source engine maps or sliced-up portions thereof which I ported to the common OBJ model format for 3D software so everybody could enjoy them, and most of which are still online to download and