• ThumbnailSteven Oberman
    2/14/2012
     
    Best: Half-Life 2
    Half Life 2 is the sequel to Half Life, which is a FPS. It was developed with the Source Engine and through Steam.
    The games physics, animations, AI's, and […]

  • Steven Oberman
    2/9/2012
    Game Proposal- "One Shot"
    "One Shot" is the current title for my flash game for User Interface Design. The gameplay is designed around the style of Cops'n Robbers, but with a story […]

  • *new Idea for 3rd game: Catch the SOPA.

    *Critique leaned towards idea 2 and 3.

    For #3
    *make sure to include some commentary in it. Perhaps in the beginning, you interrogate the SOPA that either turns […]

  • 1. Zombie Style Game. You start out as a guy who gets biten by the 1st zombie, but somehow after the bit, you find a weapon and kill the zombie . You now have 24 hours to decide if you want to lead as the zombie ho […]

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    Guitar

    Aside from the immense electrical components that lay inside my guitar, the exterior interface is relatively simple. My guitar was designed for the easiest and most efficient way to […]

  • Thumbnail One casual game that I really enjoy to play is fl0w. Fl0w was orignally created as a part of a thesis research project at USC developed for the PS3. The basis of fl0w is you control a single cell organism (pictured above) around the endless vast sea, feeding on other odd-loooking creatures while fighting for your survival.This […]

  • Guide to make a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwhich *Note, Peanut Butter may contain but is not limited to having Peanuts in the product. People with peanut allergies are extremely advised not to go anywhere near, nor make this product. Key Ingredients You WIll Need: 1: 2 slices of pre-sliced Bread or Loaf of Bread 2: Peanut Butter 3: Jelly *** (Optional […]

  • PC vs Console For the longestest time, if anyone wanted to play online games, the only choice a gamer had was to use the PC. It wasn’t until the first modem that was included in a console was the Sega Dreamcast, launched in Japan in 1998. This wasn’t nearly as big of a hit compared to Playstation […]

  • Oberman Steven wrote a new post, From 4 to 1, on the site History of Games 9 years ago

    ThumbnailFrom 4 to 1 2-4 players   I have always been a fan of class-based games. Similar to chess, I love the idea of how each piece (or in my case class) contributes something different to the game. For my game, I wanted to make a strategy based game with race elements, all under a class based system. I […]

  • Oberman Steven wrote a new post, From 4 to 1, on the site History of Games 9 years ago

      From 4 to 1 Rules *rules are subject to change   Board Game Pieces : One square board with a castle in the center, individual class dice, power-up cards, class pieces, guards, King   Set up: Pick between 4 different classes, and start on the designated section on the board based on your class. Divide the power up cards evenly between the […]

  •   Modern Vs. Early Games When I looked in to comparing modern games vs. earlier games, I noticed that many of the earlier games were predecessors to the modern games we play today. The difference between the two generations of game is due to the commercialization of games and technological advancements that shaped the way games were developed […]

  •   Hearts vs. Rummy Hearts is a trick-taking game which involves the play of multiple rounds, or tricks, in where each player plays a single card from their hand and based on the values of the played cards, one player wins or “takes” the trick. The object of this card game, similar to golf, is to have the […]

  • Oberman Steven wrote a new post, From 4 to 1, on the site History of Games 9 years ago

    Thumbnail  From 4 to 1 2-4 players I have always been a fan of class-based games. Similar to chess, I love the idea of how each piece (or in my case class) contributes something different to the game. For my game, I wanted to make a strategy based game with race elements, all under a class based system. I […]

  •   After reviewing both Chess and Backgammon, I noticed a lot of similarities and differences in the rules of both games. One of the main differences between Chess and backgammon is that backgammon uses dice to move his/her pieces. With the presence of dice, this allows for constant calculations and the account of probabilities (luck can be a […]

  •   Games are a universal part of our human experience and are often shared and present in all cultures. When it comes to the topic of games, there are multiple explanations and classifications.   All the various definitions of what is classified as a "game" generally involve all games having goals, rules, challenges, and interaction. The main reason why […]

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