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In the distant future, air is sometimes free. SpaceTrader is a simple strategy game based on trading. To win, you simply buy low, and sell high. Retire early by making 1m credits.

If anything shoots at you, you are welcome to shoot back at it. Because you gatta do what you gatta do.

SpaceTrader is a chill-out strategy game based on the trading of commodities in a fictional universe. Navigate your space ship between space ports, avoid the dangers of space, and generally get rich quick.

Web Demo (12MB)

You can play the free version of this game in your web browser. Installation of the Unity3D plugin is required, which is free and easy to install. Click on this link to play the game.

Download Demo (22MB)

You can download the free version of this game to play on your PC. No plugin is required.

For comments and suggestions, please email Shannon Ware

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Kokorozashi is a memory game.

Turn wooden tiles over one at a time to reveal the pattern on the other side.

Match all of the pairs of tiles to win.

Web Demo (2MB)

You can play the free version of this game in your web browser. Installation of the Unity3D plugin is required, which is free and easy to install. Click on this link to play the game.

Download Demo (9MB)

You can download the free version of this game to play on your PC. No plugin is required.

For comments and suggestions, please email Shannon Ware

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One of the benefits of not being famous is not being called to account for what you say. I write this blog not in the expectation of it being read by thousands, or hundreds, or even tens. I write it first as a writing exercise, and second to keep track of this information for my own purposes. Lastly, I suppose I am vain, and I pretend that I am beautiful by looking into a decorated mirror.

This post is coming to you via TextPattern, which I am hereby recommending for anyone in the ‘adapt open source technologies to your client’s needs’ category of web designers and developers. In brief, TextPattern is the best of both worlds: out of the box it does everything that you need in a website, especially considering the scenario where you will set up a website for an SME or non-profit organization which will want to make major or minor updates in the near or far future. Once you are up and running, it can be changed in any way that you require on the front end (visitor facing), while still retaining all the site-administration functions required on the back end (administrator facing).

TextPattern (wisely) does not aim to be all things to all people right out of the box, but as the kids are doing it these days relies on its community of designers and developers to extend the look and the functionality of TextPattern to meet any need. And for most of us this active community of contributors means that we will never have to write a line of code.

Leveraging this robust plug-in architecture is one developer in particular that I feel inclined to share with you: adi. Their plug-ins are tremendously useful, are bug free, and come with an unbeatable price tag. The unbeatable price tag, that is to say.

adi_mobile – Mobile browser detection
http://forum.textpattern.com/viewtopic.php?id=35811

adi_menu
http://textpattern.org/plugins/996/adi_menu
adi_menu also offers breadcrumb (top bar site navigation).

So, yeah. Now that’s out of my system.

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