AOW is a wiki dedicated to Atlantica Online
, a free Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game(MMORPG) with a turn based strategy fighting system. Atlantica Online Wiki was setup on 12th November 2008 with the goal of trying to provide the players with as much information as possible. AOW is currently the largest AO Wiki.
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Game Requirements is a website dedicated to giving users game requirements. Users can browse through the games listed as well as browsing via which games should run on the users graphics card. The website was launched on 16th January 2010.
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Minecraft Basics is a website designed to give beginners everything they need to know to start playing Minecraft
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Minecraft Info is a website designed to give players all the information they need to begin there journey in Minecraft
. It contains Articles, Crafting Patterns, Item information and More. Its also home to my Minecraft Screensaver.
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OWS was setup when I recieved the source code a game called Original War
so that i could maintain it. Its purpose was to provide support to the Original War community as well as a place for beta tests to be held.
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StarMade Crafting is a website designed to give players the information they need to craft items in StarMade as well as information on each item/block.
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In June 2009 I asked Quazar Studio if i could maintain Tarr Chronicles
for them, they agreed(They also allowed me to maintain Dark Horizon
, the sequal). At the end of July Tarr Support was setup and an open beta test was created so users could help report bugs and download beta fixes.
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UFO Support is a website that hosts the tools I made for Altar Games UFO range. It also hosts a Wiki that never rearly took off.
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Project Unity was an engine that i was working on in 2004 and 2005. It was based on studying Harry Paintner`s
Q3MapView, a Quake 3 Map Viewer built in Delphi. Project Unity was an attempt to make an actual Game Engine rather than a map viewer.
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