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Monday, September 17, 2007

From the Bit Blot web site:

"Playing around with some of Aquaria's side quests for seven minutes.

In this video I hang out in Naija's cave, take a nap with a freaky dream, and fight 'Nautilus Prime' to find a new friend.

I also play around with ingredients a little bit... ingredients are part of the Recipe System, and it's starting to feel pretty good. Naija can cook stuff at home or on the go. At home she'll have access to one extra wok. The items she creates can do all sorts of things, like heal her, protect her, speed her up."

Watch the video


Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/17/2007 06:33:00 PM:  

However, I'd still prefer if you embedded the videos on the page instead of linking to them. =)
Blogger Tim said at 9/17/2007 06:38:00 PM:  
Yeah, I'm still trying to find a solution for that. Embedded flash videos have a tendency to crash my browser spectacularly; does it help if I make the videos open in a new browser window?
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/17/2007 07:42:00 PM:  
Embedded flash videos have a tendency to crash my browser spectacularly

Strange - Firefox?

Well - the new window option would be more convenient for sure since I am (and not only me, I suppose) SO used to embedded videos that I automatically click on the "fake" pictures with the LMB instead of the MMB and thus navigate away from the site which obviously isn't my intention.
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/17/2007 07:45:00 PM:  
Ah - on a side note:

I'm experiencing the crashing-browser syndrome when playing back files with the QuickTime browser-plugin so I guess everybody has his or her Achilles' heel. =)
Blogger Tim said at 9/17/2007 08:04:00 PM:  
Alright then, I've made changes to all videos on the front page and will remind myself to do the same for future postings. :)
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/17/2007 09:39:00 PM:  
Much better! They even open in a new tab for me because of my sophisticated browser settings.

Me luv you long time! =)