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The Neverwinter Nights Game-Author, Birger, loves fantasy and horror and has a large creativity ranging from directing, drawing, actingt and last but not least; mod-making. He's known for having created the Surviving Horror series for Bioware's Roleplaying-Game Neverwinter Nigths 1 and for directing Original Horror movies on YouTube.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

Chorus!

Did you know, that one of Bioware's leadwriters for Dragon Age, David Gaider, no longer works at Bioware? Do you know why, this necessarily isn't a bad thing anymore? Because he and some collegues of his, has formed a new studio called Summarfall Studios, that recently released a crowdfunding campaign for their first game (the name which you can guess from the titel of this post) -- Chorus! I love Gaider's work, so I just decided to become a backer, myself. 😊

Can you guess the genre for this game? Well, since it's Gaider, you can start by checking RPG, that's a given. Awesomely written dialog and dialog choices? Check. Romance? Check. But can you giess  what the main genre is? They've actually invented a completely new genre --- adventure musical.


Check out Chorus, watch the trailer and read more on Fig (and maybe become a Backer, just like I did?)

Birger out. πŸ‘Š

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Arrr!


I finished the NWN Premium Module "Pirates of the Swordcoast", last night. I gotta say... this is actually one of my favorites, so far. 😏


A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far --- no, wait πŸ˜• -- just a long time ago suffices πŸ˜‰, I completed the NWN Premium Modules Witch's Wake, Kingmaker, and Shadow Guard (all three of these are included in Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition, in case you didn't know), but I never finished Pirates of the Swordcoast when it first came out. Mostly because you had to pay with a credit card (I didn't own one, at the time) in order to download it.

I warmly recommend Pirates of the Swordcoast, in case you want something to rekindle your old love (or start your love, for the first time) for Neverwinter Nights. You can buy and download Pirates, here.

The next NWN stop for me will be the newly released premium module Tyrants of the Moonsea. After that, I'm looking forward to playing Darkness over Daggerford and Wyvern Crown of Cormyr (yeah, this post ended up being a Premium Module galore, for sure πŸ˜‰).

Speaking of Darkness over Daggerford... that module was originally released in 2006, the same year as my Surviving Horror 2 module. Both Daggerford and SH2 were actually nominated in same category (Replayability) for the Golden Dragon Awards. Imagine my happiness when SH2 actually WON! πŸ˜„

Take care now!

Birger out. πŸ‘Š

Friday, September 20, 2019

A Better World & The Lonely Wolf

Here's a TED-Talk that I stumbled upon during my current education -- I highly recommend it! The title speaks for itself, I think... ;)

Gaming can make a better world



Ever heard of the Lone Wolf gamebooks, created by Joe Dever? I'd like to recommend you the Lone Wolf Nintendo DS games (the first five gamebooks have DS games so far) created by FrΓ©dΓ©ric Calendini. These are homebrews, so you'll need a modded DS (you'll find instructions on the website).



Have a nice weekend, guys and gals! πŸ˜„

Birger out. πŸ‘Š

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

A Completely New Detective!

5 years ago, I became a backer of the mystery-adventure game Jenny LeClue and this thursday -- is the game's RELEASE DATE! 

Here's some links if you'd like to check out the game yourself:


Birger out. πŸ‘Š


Monday, September 16, 2019

What is "Solasta"?

You like Baldur's Gate, or any similar RPG? Would you like to have those same feelings again but at the same time, feel something new? Maybe you'd like to be able to... jump? Would you like to... create your own party? With full VOICE ACTING?

I was just thinking about you πŸ˜‰, so lets share this Kickstarter game, then:

Solasta: Crown of the Magister


Do you know what the best part is? There's a DEMO (you'll find it in the link above πŸ‘†)! 😎

Birger out. πŸ‘Š

Friday, September 6, 2019

A Revelation...

Hey there, guys and gals! Guess who's baaack?! πŸ˜„ ...no, not Arnold. 😡

Anyway... 😏

I just had an epiphany this week, that I'd like to share with you all. I'll be honest... I've been quite addicted to both Youtube- and Facebook browsing, for quite a long time. Maybe you recognize the feeling? Yeah, dopamine. For me, this kind of spinned out of hand.


While I'm studying Digital Design, I have a pretty tight schedule during the week, and the longer I linger, the longer I need to study. I study from home, which is great... and at the same time, it takes a lot of discipline. As soon as I've gotten a couple of minutes of break, or when I've taken a longer break... I've immediatly started browsing. Either Youtube, or Facebook. Or both (not at the same time though, thank god!). The problem has been, that I haven't had any time left for doing the things that I REALLY, feel like doing (except for in the evenings). Eventually, I kind of got this empty feeling inside of me. I ignored it for awhile, but the feeling just wouldn't go away. Then I decided... I need to do something to constrain myself.


That's when I decided to completely delete the Youtube-app from my phone (Facebook had been deleted about a year earlier). And you know what? Once I got to those breaks in my studies, without the app... at first, I felt kind of "What should I do now?". But then... relief. Bliss. Complete... relaxation. I felt great. I couldn't keep up with my addiction anymore! I had CONSTRAINED myself! AWESOME! πŸ˜„

Then I got this thought... what should I do instead? I thought on it for awhile. I ransacked my deepest feelings and thoughts... is there something I've been wanting to do, all this time... that I just haven't simply gotten too, because of my app addiction? What do I really want to do, the most? Then it hit me... I want to continue reading my Resident Evil book. Last time I read some pages in it, was like, in 2015. 😡

Since then, I've done just that. I've started reading during my breaks, instead of maintaining my past dopamine addiction. And you know what? I'd highly recommend this, to anyone. I feel like, a part of me, that has been lost, for a long time... is finally back. I feel whole again. And it's awesome.

Birger out. πŸ‘Š