23 Burst results for "Eight Bit"

How To Get New Commodore 64 Games

Joey's Totally Tech

03:07 min | Last week

How To Get New Commodore 64 Games

"The Commodore Sixty four as a classic home computer and quite frankly a great gaming system and believe it or not. Games are still being made to this day for the system. Many are free. Some you'd have to pay for I mean after all, it does take work to write the programs even with the limited graphics and sound that don't told up to today's games but even with the limited graphics and sound, there are great eight bit games checkout etch dot co at do a search on that site for Commodore, you'll find Commodore Sixty, four games in even a vic twenty game or two here him there granted there aren't a whole lot of games listed there but notice about near the. Top that says Commodore Sixty, four click that now we are much larger selection of games and I'm sure there's other ways to get to this to this is just the way I did it now be short to look at the description of each game since not all games listed are actually commodore sixty, four games. Some are modern eight bit style games. Some are even just soundtracks of games. Sidetrack software is one of the big modern publishers of Commodore. Sixty. Four. Games. You'll also find great ports in clones of Arcade Games that either didn't exist for the commodore sixty four back in the eighties or had horrible ports back then and developers took time today to make much better ports and clones. Galaxia, for example, as one of the best clones of Gallagher for the Commodore Sixty four, there was a port of Gallagher in the eighties for the system, but it was quite subpar and didn't meet people's expectations for the game but you could get Galicia and have a very good gallagher like experience on your commodore sixty four through dot ISO. Now, if you have a commodore sixty four, you're going to want to buy a device called the SSD to IC- to deal with the disk images. You could buy this at the future was eight Dot Com and put your desk images on an SSD card. For Cartridge Images, you'll want the easy flash cartridge which you can load crt files onto. You could buy that at Gopher Retro Dot Com that's go the number four retro dot com or if you have the money, you could do both with the ultimate to plus cartridge ads alternate sixty four dot com. I know the SD to is see should come with instructions out set up your software, but I have no experience with other options myself. Of course, if you don't have a commodore sixty four I just want to make things easy. You could always use device emulation software and many of the downloads from each ISO for Commodore Sixty four come with vice or some are emulator already. So you don't even have to worry about downloading it.

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Arcade Cores on the MiSTer System

Giant Bombcast

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Arcade Cores on the MiSTer System

"People working on arcade cores for the Mr have been doing. Some gangbusters work phenomenal watch out. That sounds bad gets what are you doing. Are you following along. Like live or they. Are they tweeting out all this. Yes I'm looking at hub. An looking at as they as they do stuff for for sure because a lot of games run on pacman hardware. You know it was a popular game so there's a lot of like hey rip these chips out. Some of them are bootlegs. Legs like hey rip these ships out and put these chips and you can play a bootleg of this other game on pacman hardware and so instead of having to download separate things for each individual the game. They've been like hey. We're just gonNA adapt pacman hardware stuff to run multiple games. According to Wikipedia that hardware is actually called NAMCO PAC man. Yeah that's probably right in the name of that system that arcade platform. Yeah that's probably that's sounds about right. An eight bit Arcade Game System Board glaxy glaxy and also a ton and scramble rally x game was also widely modifiable. Show jump shot jump shot and shoot the bowl game the bullseye actual seriously are these stories. Is that you don't know exactly what was from your downloading files which are cores for this. PGA and you can also download the whole thing could pilot yourself. Which sometimes I do When I when I want to feeling frisky yeah exactly? When there's like someone just checked in something hot? Like Joe. The gameboy advance core has cheats. Now and I'm like that sounds fun Vaughn. I'm GonNa compile that myself right now sounds exciting. It is exciting. It's like modding Kinda like yeah. It's like watching them them. Do all this work that I've yeah I don't know bigger. Nudity MoD is come out for witcher three and I have to update to that. Well yeah that's exactly. I can play tapper or some Tory tapper root beer tapper tapper. Well there's a Simpson's tapper that's like a hack so someone could potentially do a nude hack for tapper. We could probably set that

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US Restricts Exports of AI for Analyzing Satellite Images

The Tech Guy

03:17 min | 9 months ago

US Restricts Exports of AI for Analyzing Satellite Images

"Government has decided God as of tomorrow that if you want to export geospatial imagery software here for the from the United States. You have to apply for license except when it's shipped to Canada other trying to put what this means is they're trying to put limits on artificial intelligence software because they're afraid the Chinese will get it really is what they're saying off We've had you know it's interesting because it's it's kind of controversial. I mean no. It's not controversial that we'd like to keep our own technology allergy to ourselves. I guess but this is more of the nature of kind of Research and mass and there are people in the US who say well you can't. You can't keep a lid on that. And the thing they compare it to is a law that was in effect in the early part of the early. Today's the Internet that said you couldn't export craw strong CRYPTO. CRYPTOGRAPHY is the ability to scramble messages so no one one can read them and we have thanks to the mass. It's not complicated. We have a very good system for exchanging messages privately. It's called called public key. cryptography their number of different algorithms but they can be expressed simply. US government said. We don't want Any this to get out so we're going to ban export. And what. What the upshot was your browser? In those days it was netscape. Couldn't have have a strong cryptography built into it. If they wanted to sell it anywhere in or give it away I guess selling those days give it away or sell it to anybody outside the the US so we all got what they call. Forty eight bit crypto. which isn't good crypto? It's what's the opposite of strong week easily broken and it was a terrible idea because The law first of all left loopholes for instance you. Could you couldn't export the bids. But you could. You could write a book so somebody wrote up the whole algorithm in printed up in a book and ship the book and that can be sent. There was a guy war. T. Shirt on a t-shirt who you you know. I can travel the world with his t shirt and anybody who takes a picture of it can then understand how crypto works. You can't keep some information private and and I understand the desire to you know. Well we gotta keep artificial intelligence private. 'cause you know we're we're the good guys we're never going to do I think. Bad with it MHM But they're the bad guys so let's not let them know you know here's the the the truth of it first of all is these. These are widely understood algorithms. The Chinese are actually a little ahead of us as far as we could tell when it comes to things like face recognition and speech recognition Chinese. Doing pretty well. L. self-driving cars. They've they've got very good engineers and the and the government's poor in lots of money into this research so Now that the upshot of this may maybe that we don't get the technology would help us do a better job. Oh

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China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:39 min | 9 months ago

China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

"China's space blitz of ladies continuing with the launch of two more Bedell three navigation satellites followed by new Sino Brazilian birth observation satellite. The Belle three twenty three and twenty four navigation satellites were flooding into orbit aboard a Long March. Three B rocket from the Chiang Satellite concentre in South West than China's Sichuan Province the spacecraft are the forty third and forty fourth in the navigation satellite system the seventeenth and eighteenth of the and you bedell three navigation. Satellites and the twenty third and twenty fourth Bedell satellites placed into medium earth orbit marking the completion of the Corbett. Our three constellation the system however China plans to launch another eight bit after satellites next year as open space three intermediate obits three into inclined geosynchronous orbits and two digit stationary orbits. Meanwhile just days after the Dow Three Launch Beijing launched along fulbe rocket from its tie you and Satellite Loan Center Center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying any joy Chinese Brazilian earth. Resources satellite the CIBA's for a new probe replaced the existing CIBA's his four satellite which was launched back in two thousand fourteen and you spacecraft's equipped with three optical payloads at Chinese built wide range pancreatic multispectral camera brazilian-built zillion built Monte Spectral camera and Brazilian built wide field imager. The pro bowl clicked remote sensing data surveying land resources and environmental conditions and undertaking undertaking research into climate change. The mission also carried it small microsatellites into orbit including Ethiopia's first-ever spacecraft. The actress won a Wide Range H.. Mahdi spectral remote sensing satellite Russian Space Forces of launch the Soyuz to I'm Bay rocket carrying Glonass M navigation satellite into orbit put the Soyuz equipped with forget stage was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome eight hundred kilometers north of Moscow. The spacecraft was successfully deployed into a one thousand nine thousand one hundred kilometer high orbit way. It will replace an all. The satellite Glenis is a Russian satellite navigation system similar to America's GPS China's maddow and and Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation systems. The Glonass Constellation consists of twenty four satellites of three over the planes with eight satellites in age designed for a seven year life span the gloss M is a one thousand four hundred fifteen kilograms second generation navigation satellite. It's not known how many more gloss US satellites are likely to be launched as Moscow's already started flying. The newer more Advanced Third Generation Glonass K one and is expected to begin flights of even more Lord Vance K to

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"eight bit" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In development as far back as the late seventies ultimately that protocol never rolled out for public use and also was never adopted as IPV five officially but back then no one was really sure how things were going to turn out and so they went with IPV six to be safe it expanded that bit number for addresses from thirty two to one hundred twenty eight and they don't look like IPV four addresses either and IPV six address consists of eight groups of four hexadecimal digits the hexadecimal system is a base sixteen that system so with a base ten system you started zero you go up to nine and then you start over right ten is just one zero and you can go up to nineteen which is just one nine and then you start over again now you go to twenty which is two zero and over and over again the hexadecimal goes up to sixteen but you really can't show that using just decimal numerals it it doesn't work that way so with hexadecimal you started zero you go up to nine and then to fill in the additional digits you use a sequence like a B. C. D. E. F. F. so in other words in hexadecimal it goes zero two F. before repeating each hexadecimal digit in this sequence of thirty two represents for bets also known as a noble so while each decimal is an IPV four in IPV four address represents an octet each digit and hexadecimal address represents a noble and no not making any that out four times thirty two is one hundred twenty eight so that's where you get the one hundred twenty eight bits what this means is that the effective number of addresses skyrockets if none of the addresses were reserved for special use you would have three point four times ten to the thirty eighth power of addresses so what is that in real numbers I'd love to tell you but the closest I can really get is three hundred forty trillion two hundred eighty two billion three hundred sixty six million nine hundred twenty thousand nine or thirty eight followed by twenty four zeroes it's more than enough for the foreseeable future even with such developments as the internet of things and IPV six address might look something like this and bear with me because again this is a long and somewhat confusing one F. T. eight zero colon zero zero zero zero colon zero zero zero zero Cullen zero zero zero zero Colin zero two zero two Colin B. three F. F. Colin F. E. one eat Colin eight three two nine each sequence of four digits has a colon separating it from its neighbors so it's essentially the same sort of purpose as the dot in the IPV four addresses in addition there are some nice tricks that you can use to abbreviate those long addresses if you have a leading zero in other words you've just gotten past the colon or maybe you're even in the very first octet then you get knocked out I'm sorry your in the first section any leading zeros you can drop you can just go to the first number that is not as zero also if you have a single range of zeros you can drop those and replace it with a double colon if you have several series of four zero you can drop all of those if they're all consecutive and replace them with a double colon so you might remember that when I was reading off that very long IPV six address there were a few segments that went zero zero zero zero well that means we could drop those and just put a double Colin in there that last address I read a minute ago if we were abbreviated that we can say was F. E. eight zero double colon two zero two colon B. three FF Colin F. E. one he'd call an eight.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Pau comes the PC, mortal left. I'll be. Immortal unchained storm break expansion surges on a PS four Xbox One PC today car mechanic manager. Here we go eight types of cars. Okay. Put it in there. You work on this thing. Looking fucking colored sevens. Good for you. Horrible. Definitely I game. Yeah. It's definitely a mobile game. That's with. Okay PS now is getting a bunch of games today. Here's what comes all. Right. Eight. Bit armies, PlayStation, four Batman Arkham night. Playstation four you're now, you're back on the train. Right. Yes. So now, did you end up platinum ING city? Just like going through the Riddler captured the roller for the first time since I played it what it originally lawns. So right now, I'm doing words through PlayStation. Now, it's my first time using please tell me about these. We know never uses PlayStation. It's like I use it like once for a week four years ago. And for some reason, I got another free trial for this week. It's way we're organized this time around it's easier to find shit yet. I haven't tried. I want to try like downloading stuff and see how that streaming it. Yes. So PS three games. You can only stream. Oh, that's right. I know that I didn't know that. So you can only stream origins, and it's a tough one to really gauge if the stream is bad or if it's just the game because origins did have a lot of problems with this is my interesting, I reviewed origins, right? And I always talked. I don't remember. It'd be on the desert battle stuff, but my main takeaways mortgage, I think I scored lower than the other ones you gave it a seven point eight. All right. So, but I was like it was good. It was good, right? But you're you're tweeting real negative it. It the story. I think is still like I think it's if not the best one one of the best to and. Yeah. Like, it's really rough around the edges the the again, I can't tell if the favorites because of PS our the it self, but yet like the textures or really like way lower quality than streaming. That's weird at the one enter into you write about what is actually I do remember when it launched just oh. Yeah. And yes, so it's hard to tell like what what's the game. And what's? Brawl out is still PlayStation games. That are today. Brawl out on PlayStation, four dangerous golf PlayStation for Llego Naan Jaakko movie video game PlayStation for Moshen in the forsaken kingdom. Playstation, three metal gear. Rising.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"E daily triple bite bite as in eight bits. Thanks to triple bite and check it out. Liz race. Welcome. To software engineer daily can keep very much. Thanks nicer. Having listeners may have studied container security and we've done a show about container security, but we have not covered coober netties security when you compare the world of containers to the world of coober netties. How does the security story change huge amounts of it is the same because you all running containers in Cuba Essy's environment. The things that you have to take into account. In addition. When you're running capabilities of really, how do you make show you'll keep an t setup itself is that you'll control plying full Cuban accuses setups a- kid that you've got commissions and access control setups sa- kid, but a lot of the actual run time security around containers is ready very much the same regardless. Whether you're running on the Nazis. Oh, just running. A vanilla duck container straight out with the Bose. What kinds of Cooper Netease, vulnerabilities does this present in contrast to the world with just containers? Giving us his as complex distribution system, and like any complex system, it's gonna have slows and that essentially means that that will be some vulnerabilities. Some of those vulnerabilities will be essentially support bugs, we still want actually about a week before keep calm in December a pretty serious one revealed itself was discovered in the software south, but an awful lot of potential ways that an attack of mites. Compromise Cuban Nazis, pasta comedown much more today with human era or configuration era over the last year will side Hampson little Lunga, we've seen a lot more focus from the cave in Essy's community on making the default settings of it more Sakir moving more towards secure by default. So for example, if human still a Muslim. Profession of keeping CS you'll gonna have role based access control enabled volley defaults on that wasn't the case eighteen months ago that site so things are improving all the time, but still very possible to configure yocasta in a way that makes it disastrously accessible, another great example was the case of tesla ary a euro Sutter guy now when they exposed that Cuban cheese Nashville to the internet's really, it's configuration era. It's human IRA. It's been might Halda to make that kind of mistake now, but it's still possible. The rise of configuration errors seems to be related to the fact that coober Netease is this system that has a lot of declarative code and configuration itself is declared are there new kinds of. Paradigm for securing our systems that are new to people who are used to having more of a an imperative programming system because I think it Kuban editor more describing the way that you want the system to be rather than the kind of like actual programming your application where you you've got this imperative code in. You're saying, okay. I do this do this do this do this. You know, configurations more like, here's the state of affairs. That is a great question in terms of whether the that's approach that taking that to cloud approach has specifically different security impacts icon think a thing immediately that changes because we do it that way except for the fact that yet things all going to change that to change, but we created for you without dark into mention cypher example, if you have a deployment in Cuba, Nazis. That deployment mites note to keep a son number of instances of Paul's on running, and you can delete those posits that site you discover that those Paul vulnerable if you delete those poets you actually need to know that they will be recreated again automatically because the deployment exists you need to update. The deployment to a new version is pulse. So I suppose the wrong things that you need to know how keeping seizes guy to be affected by the changes in that declarative configuration that you might came may be sometimes those on entirely abyss Guber. Nettie clusters have a variety of components. There's the cluster itself. There's the example of a node running on a cluster, you've got a pod running inside of a node. You've got a container running inside of a pod are all of these components, potentially an attack surface..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Triple bite bite is in eight bits. Thanks to triple bite and check it out. Someone that I know has a dinner party rule where the conversation across the entire table has to engage in the same subject at any given time, and this prevents the dinner party from from devolving into strongly. Disjointed conversations. Are there any dinner party conversation rules that are worth the hassle? Oh, I'm a big fan of the so just size of the group. I think more than six is very hard to manage. Well, then perhaps you need to split it into multiple conversations. But you honest, flit it the right way having a firm, but subtle moderator, even if that person is not designated as such as five Allieu. So most conversations are bad. We need to start by knowledge in that. And then trying to make more of them. Good. Like, why bother with the bad ones? If I have the option to meditate for thirty minutes. It's or listen to a podcast for thirty minutes. How should I evaluate the expected value of that decision? Many people are big fans of meditation. I have never done it much. I've tried it. I didn't find it rewarding. I suspect there's a lot of heterogeneity there. But I guess at the margin. My vote has to be for the bud cast. I think I'm too restless for meditation. If you had to choose one major tech company to be a kind of emotional scapegoat for the public consciousness, and we would break up this scapegoat tech company in order to relieve the global tension around technology, which one would you choose? Well, I don't want to break up any of them. So I guess I picked like a small insignificant. One is pretty clear to me that scapegoat has become Facebook. You know, the other tech companies do things with your information, and it often doesn't bother people. I mean striking you can go on Amazon in Bali mine com. Which of course, it's a Nazi work. And no one minds, then you have someone saying something Nazi like on another social platform in people, go crazy. It's not even close to consistent. So I think we all ought to just calm down a bit recognize the bad ideas have been around for a long time and blame these platforms lesson general are tech companies making deliberate choices today to seem less powerful. So that they don't become that kind of scapegoat will. I hope they are. I mean, I don't have the inside look that would tell me what's deliberate in what's not. But I think they realized they have pending legal and regulatory problems and smart people. No. I assume they're somehow trying to deal with those..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Sweaters dot com were there. Oh, man. Oh, man where they ugly. This is a good market. I think for eight bit sweaters. They kind of looked. You could have like the giants space invader. Love know. Yeah. You waited you get our Christmas cards. They're prominently featured night. Yeah. Let's start Paul threat. You had some tips for us. Yes. Oh two weeks ago. I mentioned breads book, and I didn't give you the correct name, which is a bench something. Not below a surface as I said it's beneath the surface, which you can now preorder from beneath a surface dot com. I believe it comes out on the twenty ninth. Literally this morning at nine twenty five. I am I finished. My edit of the book editing it. Yeah. I did like the first pass which was kind of grueling. It's it's tough books hard. Yeah. And then Brad went back through everything. And yet or you need whatever I said, and then I did the second pass which actually went much more quickly. So that was good. But yeah, I finished that up just today. It's great. It's you know, like people listen to podcast gonna want. When I read this. It's it's a great story. And it's made me. I think I've said this before it's maybe kind of go back. I've watched some of the videos for some of these announcements, I've sort of rethought about some of these things I had forgotten, you know, kind of blacked out that Mary Jo, and I in particular are often kind of involved in these events somehow like they'll come down into the audience and hand, whatever the computer, something or take my computer Panos likes to pick on you guys. Yeah. Yeah. It's kind of funny. So it's been interesting reading that. And and I think I know that people who like windows, we gonna wanna read this book. It's great. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What'd you think? I I liked it enough that I spent all Sunday reading to the whole thing. And you were there. I was there. We both liked the book because we're in it, you know, here and there and then Paul. Really what I liked about. It is I feel like the way we cover the news about something like surface is so piecemeal. And then when you kind of see it all put together, it's like, oh, yes. Okay. Yeah. That makes sense. Yeah. That's exactly it. Let's not giving too much credit. The point is. No, it's good. It's good. It is it's good. It's a well done. A good premise. Also. I am surprised. No one else has done a book about surface spreads first book. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's exciting. He's not related to SAM's of SAMs publishing Z. No, okay. Do generation of SAM's publish. Yeah. That might confuse some old timers like me. Sam's is a big computer book public, right? Yeah. Right. The week actually be real quick though. I just wanted to mention it is black Friday, which by the way, Google not a US holiday, despite what it says on my calendar. Wait a minute your Google calendar? Says black Friday's a holiday. Yeah. It's a US. It's colored exactly the same as thanksgiving there right next to each other. You got to get a better calendar. That's sense census sun outlook, doesn't it? Okay. I got it. Says day after thanksgiving US holiday day after thanksgiving. It's not a US holiday. It is a lot of people don't work. No. But that doesn't make it a legal holiday. And maybe it is. I don't know is it cheese. Founder says black Friday too. It's a counter I subscribed to call holidays in the United States. Wow..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Since he is record Ralph. But break the internet. It's like the thing. Right. It's just wreck. The Ghana sounds better doesn't it. You're not wrong. We liked the first one, and you will love the second. It's been six years since that first one and talking about you, know, ideas, and and sequels and everything else like that. Like Paul mentioned, look, I I don't have a problem with sequels as long as they move the story forward in a meaningful sort of way, this one takes the action outside of the eight bit video arcade into the internet. You know, we're characters that aren't as evolved like these eight bit characters like vanilla von streets and wreck it Ralph. They're totally lost their fish out of water in the internet. They need to be there though because vanilla sugar rush game breaks down. And there's a part on EBay that they need to buy. So that's why they go into the internet. So it's really ingenious stop. I mean, look, I guess I'm praising it because of the writer and directors include Phil Johnston who used to work at care in from Minneapolis. But it is a spectacular film. And just the twist and turns again, jaw dropping animation, very clever, very, very funny. And in a great instance, they tackled this whole idea of vitriol on social media for I think a real teachable moment for people where people are hating on Ralph on social media. So, you know, it's something that kids can learn from it something at adults can learn from. But it's not done in a pre ki- sort of way, it is just a complete package. I love the movie imagine, no internet. People would be using maps paper maps again. People would be going to libraries. It's amazing. We survived as a species. What about this one is is how do you? How do you imagine what the internet looks like inside of the internet? And that to me is where the movie it's a hit or miss other. Otherwise, if you don't -magine it in the right sort of way, they do here, and it's very very funny, and you have all the familiar destinations your Amazon's your ebays, your Pinterest in places like that. So yeah, I it just it's done much in the way that inside out was done where Pete doctor got inside your mind and tap into different emotions. That's how you feel watching this movie. It's like it's jaw-dropping, and Tim I'm going to post your podcast with the record. Ralph guys on the pollen data Facebook. Oh, thank you so much. Yeah. You know, I talked with with rich Moore who also directed with Phil Johnston. And also on the podcast, our friend, Diana appears. Yes, record Ralph with me, and our other friend, Mike Bryant reviews creed to with me. So, yeah, it's a real fun episodes. I really appreciate that. Yeah. No problem. What Tim we wish you, and yours are very happy thanksgiving thank you for joining us and brightening our days consistently. Well, thank you so much and thank you again for the opportunity to to be a part of your show every week. It really is a highlight part of our dysfunctional family. I fit right in any other way. Thank you. Thanks. When we come back after the break, we talk with Dan Rydin..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"I'm totally cool with that. Where some surprising place you've ever been recognized a museum in Paris. Oh, that's fun happened before. Yeah, that's pretty all over the place. It's totally fun. Now I have to beef Mme and Hatfield lamb on me. He says, feel free to use my angry voice, but I, I can't yell at damn. You haven't. I don't think you have an angry voice. I retract my previous statement. Yeah, I'm ready. Folks will get a little loud. So be ready in what did you. For twenty questions is the I q intelligence q., not worth a worth. A one. Game. I know you get a million emails against goop, but come on well, wow, I'm so surprised you actually have an angry voice. I apologize everyone for unleashing that upon us. Also a second wave here. What Al ever. ever been radio. My daughter's thirteen days. They loved listening to these aims sea-bed Shams gotta go back at least on an annual basis, Damon. You let us down. Oh, okay. Well, let me address the first thing. Why don't ever pick your game for twenty questions? I I'm not avoiding it. I haven't actually seen your this particular game. I q intelligent cube, but I do try to games that I think are my guests could actually guess. So it depends on who's going to be on that particular leak. I bet. I bet Justin. Sam could get q. intelligent cube. So if I happened if I haven't see that sometime I'll try to pick that one. I would definitely never have gotten. You wouldn't get that? Well, no way while the Maeve you wouldn't get it, maybe just just Sam are statistically better at that game than I. I get way too much credit on twenty questions. I'm not good at it. Sometimes people right in. I've got a suggestion that sure stump them. Well, I'm not gonna pick that then. I'm not gonna pick something that they'll never guess. Got a scribble not saying totally chance on that. They should have gotten scribbled on June game of three, two thousand ten eight bit radio. Yeah, I get a lot of questions about that. I'll try to bring them back sometime. It's just it's just worked to put it together. It's all it's almost as if there's a final episode of eight bit radio that we recorded together that sitting in the cancer was never released. That's true. But I have no idea where that laptop is now. So. Too bad. That was a good episode, long story short. I'll try to all try to get another eight bit. Radio setup. Lost forever. That's too bad. Yeah, that one was very self-indulgent. That was just me talking about things I liked no. Makes for good show. Mr. Hatfield can get Jared to sing the info Graham song with you. Who wrote who might not telling you. I have to listen to the question so that I can eat you, David dump. David dot, start with it. This is why put up with. Deal with this kind of of rebellion on the set. Zan Parker never do this. No, Dan purposes, very nice. Gentlemen, nice man. He's a kind man. He's kind of the name for I do stuff, right? Yeah, I don't. I always read the emails name, I I see. Yeah. Yeah, so this guy. All right. So the info Graham song, wow. Do you remember it's don't info grams into team, but if that's where I get stuck, I don't remember either. Yeah. What could we sing together? Is there anything could sing, let's let's do. Let's do do. Do. Dipping..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"And so what this does is a essentially lets you link those jumps from enemy to enemy or object object in the environment which turns a pretty tough and challenging platforming game into just like this beautiful, like sort of feet of art to watch somebody play that perfectly. It's hard to do. There's obviously a speed running aspect to it here, but the way I can sort of summarize this game is it's kind of what for what shovel Knight did for you know, games. Like, I guess duck tales and. Man and Zelda and Mario this game does for guiding. It's really cool though because what it definitely adds later on is that this is an eight bit game that later. Let's you switch into sixteen bit graphics and narrative Liait explains that as in there was a massive passing of time. And so in the sixteen bit era at school later on, yeah. So they'll be a tree that like existed in the eight bit era that wrought it out. It was burned out or they'll be like branches that grew or a town. That's that appeared. And so to get items that you couldn't find any ape ape, it era you'll switch between the two graphical styles. So many other franchise didn't come up with this, so cool so cool. And so he jumps generations. I will say, this is a fairly challenging game. I didn't find the platforming to be too insanely difficult, but it throws a lot of bosses your way which are pretty tough. Luckily the checkpoint ings really good and pretty generous, so you'll get a chance to fight them a lot. I do want to give shot out to the music to which you can't here, but it's. Some of the best sort of like a chip tune music. I've heard in a modern video game in a very long time. This is made by a very small team at sabotage. We had them on up at noon recently and they talked about how many Guidon was a huge inspiration to them and they got to show the game to the creators of ninja guide and some of the people who worked on the music for that game, and they played it and loved it. And the original music producer from Guidon contributed songs to the game because he liked it so much just like, yeah, didn't come to. Yeah. So super cool. Yeah, check this out. This is I think this is like my one of my new favorite sort of indie darlings switch right now. The question I know Mitchell and his reviews of the second half the game was a little bit slow and kind of limited him from progressing by making him backtrack yet. It seems like people are kind of mixed on their opinions on this. Some people really like the second half the game. Some people really dislike it. Well, it's, it's sorta pulls a switcheroo on, you know, pun intended because it turns into a metro fan. You game in the second half. And if you've been playing the first half thinking, it's sort of really tough as nails, action, platforming game. And then the second half, it's more about finding entryways to small environments and little tunnels and stuff like that in passages to unlock items you might be let down a little bit, but for me that, yes, I think you're changing entirely. How you think about coaching this game. Holy hard, totally. And you know there is backtracking and if you're not really all about one hundred percent in a map and looking around every nook and cranny for little things Mike at tedious for you. But for me, I enjoyed that aspect of it. So yeah, check out some gameplay videos if you haven't and give this one a look. I dig it. The shop at sunscreen. Right? It's really good. Very cool. I haven't been able to play that. I played a little bit of bad north if you guys have seen that, that that kinda snuck out. It's another strategy game warning, but it's real time strategy from a Swedish developer. And it's kind of like the again, the kind of one map approach..

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"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Minds coming on deficit will yeah so i think this wanted to pull out because we're the conversations going right now with this crackdown thing and how exclusively works now in the way that you look at bloodstain you think castle vania and especially the eight bit version right or whatever you wanna call what do you call it yeah this is the retro it devotes the spirit of eight bit let's okay you see that you think nintendo you think your switch as i in so many other people use their switches that's where i try games that's where i play the smaller indie games that's where i have the experience that's where just shapes and beats living west of loathing right now so much fun okay dude i'm having such a great i are you putting that on the western or your red ditch yes i started playing it for red dead and funny it's just such a funny texted venture rpg it's really smartly written and lots of little clever bits here i love the shooting gallery allowed me to sit there an increase my meet before i started the game that was beautiful judy that yeah no i didn't i heard about it though after the fact i didn't know it started playing around on the screen that's like that's really cool anyway without the point is that you're talking about your you making your game jt talking about our people can be hesitant to partner with my yourself this it's a big question now of how much money you're getting up front versus what you could do on another system and how you could shine you know we keep talking about nintendo having a discovery problem like all the other shops they've put out there new things and they're updated store but still it's thursday you'll see soon how many switch games came to the mom and pop shops today.

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Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Released for Nintendo Switch

Top Down Perspective

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Released for Nintendo Switch

"So that that deflated me a little bit when i was just like oh why would i ever use anything else when that guy's using these weird like black hole magic void dark things that are way better than anything else i've seen like that doesn't make sense why whatever not have that as my load if i wanna play the game properly sure so that's a bummer that's the biggest problem i have with it right now but it's i do feel like i'm getting better at it as i keep playing it which is something that like i never really felt with stuff like roque legacy i always felt like i could like power through it and i would have certain characters certain abilities that made it easier or harder depending on what that was but this is one of the games where i feel like kinda like gun jin where you just feel like you're getting better as a player because it doesn't feel like i'm getting orangey on my side till like steamroller run if feels like i'm learning how to play the game which is super fun to a point so i'm having fun right now but i could definitely see where that's going to drop off i i can feel it coming so i think it's like twenty bucks i'm playing it on the switch right now please completely fine it's also out on pc and playstation for an xbox i think i think it's out on everything and it is a fullweek just straight up released early access or any of that sort of thing so people can check that out if they want it's called wizards of legend are wizard of legend sticking on the nintendo switch train the new blood stained kickstarter goal the eight bit throwback to castle vania style games called bloodstained curse of the moon came out and i completely forgot about this but i'm kind of i'm very interested in this one one in ten bucks which is ten bucks in into i don't know if i'm if i'm super interested in bloodstained proper so hoping this might be like a nice like almost like a demo okay it's not so saying proper would be more like symphony of the night which is what.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Report that suffering jeering daily listeners are absolutely crushing it so far triple bite has told me that everyone who is taking the test on average is three times more likely to be in their top bracket of quiz scores and if you're looking for a job triple bite is a great place to start your search fast tracks you at hundreds of top tech companies triple bite takes engineers seriously and does not waste their time which is what i try to do with software engineering daily myself and i recommend checking out triple bite dot com slash s e daily that's t r i p l e b y t e dot com slash s e daily triple bite bite as in eight bits thanks to triple bike for being a sponsor of software engineering daily we appreciate it cut singer works on echo and alexa at amazon paul welcome software engineering daily thank you for having me this is great you've been an amazon for five years how did you find yourself on the alexa team i was working on the app store team doing mobile development and really focused in on user experience and helping people make great games in particular at the time and got sort of enticed by the lure of voice and thinking about what it'll be like to think about the future of how people interact with their computing all around them and their spaces and and how to design that vehicle yeah and i have a good idea of how a typical software team works like i know how i would structure a team to build accounting software or news site these welldefined software applications that we know how to build at this point but of voice interface that is quite a greenfield software project how the project manage because.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Report that suffering jeering daily listeners are absolutely crushing it so far triple bite has told me that everyone who is taking the test on average is three times more likely to be in their top bracket of quiz scores and if you're looking for a job triple bite is a great place to start your search fast tracks you at hundreds of top tech companies triple bite takes engineers seriously and does not waste their time which is what i try to do with software engineering daily myself and i recommend checking out triple bite dot com slash s e daily that's t r i p l e b y t e dot com slash s e daily triple bite bite as in eight bits thanks to triple bike for being a sponsor of software engineering daily we appreciate it cut singer works on echo and alexa at amazon paul welcome software engineering daily thank you for having me this is great you've been an amazon for five years how did you find yourself on the alexa team i was working on the app store team doing mobile development and really focused in on user experience and helping people make great games in particular at the time and got sort of enticed by the lure of voice and thinking about what it'll be like to think about the future of how people interact with their computing all around them and their spaces and and how to design that vehicle yeah and i have a good idea of how a typical software team works like i know how i would structure a team to build accounting software or news site these welldefined software applications that we know how to build at this point but of voice interface that is quite a greenfield software project how the project manage because.

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"eight bit" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on TechStuff

"Voltage applied which a one or no voltage applied which would be zero midi messages like i said are in the form of bites or eight bits coding with midi tends to be done in hex decimal format which represents nibbles nibble is half of a bite so it's four bits so with every four bits you can use that to create a heck saddam symbol vigor exa decimal is basic team i mentioned it in a previous podcast and the way you express basic steen is after you get past the number ten you you typically start using letters like abc etc so hex decimal makes it easier to understand what each of those nibbles happens to be it's easier to understand that compared to just looking at zeros or ones as it turns out of actually you wouldn't have to worry about even working in hex decimal because you would get midi editing software that would have a graphic user interface or gooey so you no longer had to worry about even looking at just lists of hesse decimal figures which would cause me to get a really severe headache and cry so i'm glad that that's not a thing anymore the midi protocol supports bit data rates of up to thirty one thousand two hundred fifty bits per second information on a midi cable is strictly one way only so if you wanted to have two way communication between various components you would have to have two cables midi equipment from this early era tenga multiple ports with labels like.

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Bizarre $375 Collector's Edition Announced By Inside Dev And Sex Doll Company

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Bizarre $375 Collector's Edition Announced By Inside Dev And Sex Doll Company

"And then the final news story the day this comes from ign and avoid themes earth weird limbo an inside developer play dead partner with a sex doll manufacturer why not play dead has announced that they're partnering up with iron eight bit and real doll for mystery collector's edition of inside the collaboration was in unveiled on i am a bit and includes a playstation fourgame disc for inside stinky for both inside in limbo they'll be email afterpurchase and quote other stuff i am a bit cross pleaded cross real though all collaborate or collaborating on a mysterious collector's edition for inside we will not tell you what it is maybe it's what you're thinking maybe nuts we can confirm there are several items included one of which is the playstation fourgame disc the rest is up for speculation reads the description the special this will ship or what is done with customers advised not to order it if the vague nature of the shipping day will make them quote anxious the contents won't be revealed once the product ships which is estimated to be in quarter one of 2019 preorder is we'll go live on thursday march eight at seven am pacific time you can order yourself a sexy box of bits turkey for three hundred seventy five dollars if that kind of thing floats uboat its limited run and won't be available after june 8th quote this edition ways the surprising about reach the site hence associated shipping fees and tariffs.

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"eight bit" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Game it would i would i got i got a thirty one one eight eight bit where and here's why i don't believe i don't believe or i thought if minnesota i played a better game against though it yeah i think you would have seen the point spread larger subsequent that i think give jacksonville didn't give the paid big bunch of a hard time they did i think that also played into the small point spread you're talking about a backup quarterback and i know nick polls as having a great postseason and he's a decent quarterback but it's getting to the day he's a secondstring quarterback against the fivetime champion that one thirteen game against significantly better competition the philadelphia had and played against all year or not the stake in philadelphia had what three maybe four win against teams that finished over five hundred or a couple of ones against playoff in i'm not seeing the fourpoint spread i'm not being a post game i don't care for guys did a bit about a million dollars on really to win this is a thirty wants twenty eight freeze game at the only reason it back close as because build out get spoils late on garbage time very interesting break down good thoughts on get my friend i do have one thing that i would like to clarify for joe sure sure we discussed before the championship games on the outcome of the filly minnesota game did not and likely would have never had any impact unless someone like nick folz had been injured those lines the information they used to set betting lines goes back as far as they can go back so that didn't that didn't impact the line in terms of the betting game but i do like his breakdown otherwise i just want to clarify that i didn't want to wa not mean to disparage him but in terms out if that game had been fifty two nothing philly or thirteen to twelve philly we'd be looking at a foreign four and a half points spread 'cause we sought to weeks ago so it's not like i'm making this up we talked about the lines before those championship games even have here are the regular season wins for.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Oh cool all right but if the latter take but i'll go with it i mean it's kinda ducked world i mean i don't love it but all right so there is a world that is rep chilean i mean there's even a theory right like all the bound for people in the world a reptiles or something i mean you could play with that you could have an adult movie in which we have the idea that some people are actually lizards in disguise it's a strange extrapolation to take from the fact that there is a little dinosaur looking thing called yoshi and some of the games to create that as an entire plot point for this movie but you're right stewart fine that's where you're going all go with it show me what she got one of the things that i've read in defence of this movie one person said the worst thing about this movie is that it's named super mario brothers because of this have been sold is an original concept and it was just an action film with this alternate dimension and no connection to video games people would accept it a lot more but i would because i wouldn't have to watch it we're watch because the the movie and i would love to accept the fact that i could turn it off at this point the eight bit opening though man it was aviator level again i'm like wait i this is a new television is this breaking on me and i had the international discs swords in a region free blu ray player i'm like is my bluray player showing it wrong why does it look like crap i didn't get that they were trying to make get pixellated and all eat bit for that opening yeah morton and janko they made a lot of music videos they didn't do aha which is i think the most famous music video with animation they did one earlier than that with elvis costello and tomtom clubs genius of love this is their animation style this is actually how a lot of their work looks this idea of the crew dinosaur graphics if the style i guess again i'm i'm just trying to swallow the premise and say okay two different worlds probably connected by a pipe and we're going to get some energy.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That came out for the msx in any us and it really got bogged down by a lot of the the story that it tried to fulfill in a lot of these kind of longterm plot arch that a tried to pay off in later series you know in later it rations of the game and i couldn't help but think at the time that metal gear solid five was coming out that if they were able two oh solidly reboot that franchise after five that i would love to be able to go back and and and reexplore outer heaven with modern metal gear solid mechanics as opposed to eight bits sprite s the most definitely in i i would love that but it does lend itself to be even if it was just remastered you know it doesn't necessarily have to be a full blown remake even if it was this remastered too you know a thirty to be type a deal where you have just see knows injury poly gaza and stuff like that i even would've appreciate it that but again now we're getting into the aesthetics of a remake there are a lot of games i have all mechanics that are now up you know remade and says you know different right and i think that that game could have even deserved us full story reboot at that point because you know you've got the and i don't even know i like i haven't heard anything about the metal gear solid movie in a long time but you know at that time like if you kind of rewind about a year year and a half maybe two years ago back to you know just before metal gear solid five around the time that it was that it was coming out you know it had there was so much baggage leg this story and all of those plot points were baggage on that game that you know is so many fans had so much expectation on those paying off and you know some of them got that and some of them didn't by if they were able to reboot that franchise around the time of the movie i think that they would have found an entirely new fan base do you think that.

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"eight bit" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

Computer Talk with TAB

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB

"You should zero directories you listed the documents and what have you ever heard for west rectory uh one pile five hundred twenty eight bite one directory two million nine hundred forty nine aren't 28 fights free oh really do to have some space for it but no the rectors were listed no documents directory that you mentioned earlier um it says that one eighteen 2017 at one thirty five p m um directory barbara hp and then um it says pipe and in 28 media id dot been and are all get basics opposition tone than what i told you before and that's all the okay you raymond the seven now ten players we have an answer for low displays windows seven for each bees but we do you stuck something they're barbara by accident uh and we gotta find the file you put their that's causing his era i was hoping we could disable the error for you mean it's not a smart thing to do to disable the warning that space but i doubt your see dr is full at all correct you see jet progressed houses not even close yeah so we turn off the air message if it's possible though to solve the issue um because it's never going to stop warning you of logistics base on this dry because you do have low dispaced on the strived right because he stuck centenary think but we don't know what you stuck there um it but in your family i can help you look at drive of a dry files um not really about honor i can play a part and try to find somebody yet because we were looking for here is a file that you put there by accident um we have something called winter stat.

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"eight bit" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

The Global Travel Conspiracy

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"eight bit" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

"This is uh eight bits of place away alleged benches as has significant volume that business can be profitable is quite amazingly within just 300 whole bumped so a case in coins is a restaurant lee helps our community sets up a cold the paul while restaurants in the sacred valley in peru everybody goes through the sacred valley the wants to go to match you peachy weather but train all all all by the inca trial little old the alternative loris track this communities just two kilometers off of the main highway that everybody goes down to get that and he had no tourism whatsoever two years ago by the police to help them set up this this restaurants it's completely owned and managed by the community and within four months of of launching a they were a profitable enterprise lost yet ig had ventures alone took six sixteen thousand travellers that for lunch yeah yeah i think this this concept of social enterprises something that uh it it's a great idea because it's not just helping the people wherever you're you're setting up an enterprise let's say for example this restaurant but it's also making the product that the g ventures is trying to deliver a better product i think absolutely i any aid so i am in you know who it said jim bonds would did the whole wedin waiting thing uh these days but you know this really is actually a win win win needs it's a win the for the community because they get a a sustainable income and livelihood on what what often happens with these businesses is they create direct employment they create indirect employment of people that a cinema seeing that business so in the case of paul wa.

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