|A resounding 'No' is heard|
If anyone has done this before for Intellivision, Colecovision, or Atari 2600, and has a favorite emulator, please let me know so I don't have to fiddle around too much on my own. The next game won't be delayed due to this though, as Miracle Warriors should be easy enough to get going. One thing to note for those that happen to stop by my streaming page is I don't have a way to stream my desktop without completely lagging my system (i.e. no streaming for emulated games). Hope you understand.
Less, and less blog related we go... at this very moment there's a charity marathon going on at Speed Demos Archive. As a member of the community, I'm helping to spread the word. They'll be streaming video of games being speedrunned live. No restarting, everything in one attempt, for your enjoyment. It's a charity marathon though, so there's opportunity to donate in support of The Organization for Autism Research (100% of donations go to OAR). There's some benefits to donating during certain times of the marathon. If you'd like to know more, I suggest you check it out. They've already managed to raise $10,000, and are hoping to get to $20,000 by the end of the weekend.
Lastly, there is one thing that I think should get more attention. Storybricks is a new software platform that allows anyone to create interactive stories in a game setting. It's still in its alpha stages (many features are missing, including the game parts), but something to keep an eye on if you're into this kind of thing. They also have a Kickstarter going to help with funding. Help to spread the word.
I'm going to be enjoying a nice leisurely Memorial Day weekend, so I'll catch up more next week when I'll make the first posting for Miracle Warriors. I haven't taken a look at the game, but if naming characters or selecting classes is possible, then feel free to suggest here. Have a good weekend everyone.