Adventure Mode is derogatory slang for an interface which is text-based, and where you have to type repeated, syntax-pedantic commands, in order to move forwards. It is called adventure mode after the game adventure in the 60s, which required the exact words it was looking for, in the right order, in order to understand the action you intended.
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World Review: Adventure Quest
This short conclusion to the three-part series builds on the prior two to explain just how you can easily integrate myths, folklore, and legend into your world.
The Games Innovation Database is a repository of all original innovations in computer gaming. This article looks at Rogue, the first adventure game to ever use procedurally generated content, to create its levels, and why this worked so well.
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(Press Release) Sony Online Entertainment Inc. a worldwide leader in massively multiplayer online gaming, today announced that The Splitpaw Saga is now available for pre-order at www.splitpawsaga.com. The Splitpaw Saga is the second Adventu...
To properly display X-rays and other medical imagery, DICOM compliant monitors are able to output grayscale with a greater precision than consumer screens. Last week Canon has released two new projector models that feature a DICOM output mo...
Ecological and economic factors are prompting telecommunications companies to deploy energy-saving systems. The broadband DSL access network consumes about 20 billion kilowatt-hours of energy per year worldwide ? equivalent to four percent ...
A low-power microchip developed at the University of Michigan uses 30,000 times less power in sleep mode and 10 times less in active mode than comparable chips now on the market.
The Phoenix Processor, which sets a low-power...
Researchers from the University of Limerick in Ireland have used haptic technology and 3D visualization to create a training tool for surgeons performing spinal injections.
The haptic simulator recreates the skin tension felt...