The Ship: Full Steam Ahead Kickstarter

Hey, who likes awesome things?? Well, I’ve got a good one for ya! Presenting The Ship: Full Steam Ahead - a sequel to the 2006 ground-breaking game, now with 100% more steampunk!

     This sequel, called The Ship: Full Steam Ahead, will continue in the same vein as its revolutionary predecessor, creating a richly detailed, uniquely engaging FPS, in which stealth and subterfuge are as important as gung-ho action.

And if you donate $16 or more, you will not only receive Full Steam Ahead, but also not one, not two, not even three, but FIVE, I repeat, FIVE copies of the original The Ship for you and your friends!

The Kickstater link is in the description: spread the word and the love!

malformalady:

This impressive chunk of the cosmos is part of the Brahin meteorite, a meteorite pallasite found in Russia in 1807.
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malformalady:

This impressive chunk of the cosmos is part of the Brahin meteorite, a meteorite pallasite found in Russia in 1807.

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geeksngamers:

Revisiting Video Game Symbols - by David Goh

OH MY GOD.

I need … ALL OF THESE

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lafemmeluna:

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dragonloafs:

ouyangdan:

OH MY GOD IS THAT THE NAVY?

BRAVO ZULU, SHIPMATES.

NAVY WHAT ARE YOU DOING

AMERICA, BITCHES

I NEED THIS BECAUSE OF REASONS

THIS.IS.FREEDOOOOOOOOOOM.

Well, isn’t this full of freakin’ AWESOME.

thisistheverge:

The life and death of France’s 1950s ‘beetle’ aircraft
In the 1950s Austrian engineer Helmut von Zborowski wanted to create a plane that could take off vertically in order to eliminate the need for a runway, so he designed an aircraft with a radical wing design — in addition to standard wings that jut out from the side, the design would utilize a round wing that surrounded the plane. Built by the French, the Coléoptère (french for beetle) struggled during initial tests — one engineer said that the initial controls were akin to “a bicyclist trying to keep his balance while he’s stopped” — but eventually managed to both take off and hover in the air, though horizontal flight proved a challenge.
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thisistheverge:

The life and death of France’s 1950s ‘beetle’ aircraft

In the 1950s Austrian engineer Helmut von Zborowski wanted to create a plane that could take off vertically in order to eliminate the need for a runway, so he designed an aircraft with a radical wing design — in addition to standard wings that jut out from the side, the design would utilize a round wing that surrounded the plane. Built by the French, the Coléoptère (french for beetle) struggled during initial tests — one engineer said that the initial controls were akin to “a bicyclist trying to keep his balance while he’s stopped” — but eventually managed to both take off and hover in the air, though horizontal flight proved a challenge.

supergreat:

The ‘Alien Brain Hemorrhage’ shot  画
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supergreat:

The ‘Alien Brain Hemorrhage’ shot 

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videohall:

Somewhere in a little town in Belgium

I loved the ginger kid’s reaction face to pretty much everything.

I want this button in my life.

That escalated rather quickly.


I was hyperventilating throughout the whole thing, it was so awesome.

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ithinkimadorable:

Beauty and The Beat

(A live action ghetto version of the opening song to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast)