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New website server

2008-09-05 16:12:04 by AcidSoldier

I just got BioAcid.co.uk transfered to a more powerful hosting package. This time, I get 3 domains (2 are used) 300 subdomains, 2GB of space, 20GB of visitor cache space and alot of hard work to do.

I get my site from 1and1.co.uk


Back to school.

2008-09-02 13:34:08 by AcidSoldier

I'm actually looking forward to it.


Hawlyday in Greece

2008-08-29 15:27:04 by AcidSoldier

2 days till I'm back. I haven't said much about it other than that "Lol Greece" topic. It's been a great one and I'm on the island of Kefalonia. I've also took a day trip with my mother and her boyfriend to Ithika today, another small island about 1 hour from Kefalonia by ferry.

So far, I've been to: Zantee, Samos, Kefalonia x3, and Ithika.
Whar shuld i go noe, in teh greeck icelands.?


Systems CS3

2008-08-16 10:54:17 by AcidSoldier

It's doing good.
I've finished off the general UI and I'm adding music and the picture viewer.

Things I've Done:
Intro
Menu
About Page
Start Menu

Things I'm stuck on:
Administrator Menu (I know what I'm adding to it, but I'm trying to work out how)

Things I'm adding later:
Music
Video
Pictures
and a small web browser, with just flash content.

If you want a small animation or anything of yours to be added to the Videos part, email it to "acidsoldier@bioacid.co.uk" or simply upload it somewhere and post a link here.

Thanks for reading.


BioAcid Forums

2008-08-11 13:10:43 by AcidSoldier
Updated

Let's ressurect the old place. I'm suprised it hasn't been shut down yet!

z6.invisionfree.com/bio_acid



I made a hairball, what about you?

<Newgrounds won't let me upload .PNGs, probably because it's too high quality, so here's a link:
http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d109 /boomman123/myhairball.png
(Paint won't let me open it to convert it, for some reason.)


My Opinion on GRID

2008-08-02 19:20:53 by AcidSoldier

Brilliant, I love the physics but the engine isn't important, the important thing is that you have fun, and enjoy yourself. This game does that, and more. I mean, drifting, on most games, is unrealistically easy. Sure, the easy way is fun, but I perfer the way that GRID does it. Quite hard and alot more rewarding.

Now, let me break this into # sections..

1) Physics/Engine
Absolutely amazing. Hit a piece of debri from another car and you'll find about 3 of your tires go POP just for driving over it. Smash into a wall and find half your car 2 metres away. Awesome replay system for if you die during a race or if you just want to take it again. Press enter, or if you died it's automatic, and press the right Function keys to rewind, fast forward, play, pause, start from there, change the camera and more.

2) Fun/Enjoyment
Sky high. I play this game like twice a day and never get bored of it. Skidding round corners in the most intense drifting battles ever made in a game, yeah, A LOT OF FUCKING FUN. Who doesn't enjoy slamming the fuck out of your competetor's car without a penalty, I mean, if he's doing perfect drifts and you're not so good, just go full force at him, kill him or wreck his car, and continue to drift away.

3) Value for the price
Honestly, it's fucking worth the £20/$40 to play this masterpiece. Just download steam and pop off to the store or buy a retail version and off you go. NOTE: If you're using steam, god hope you have a good internet, because you'll be downloading 12.5 GB of pure awesome racing material.

Thanks for reading, hope you like the game.

My Opinion on GRID


GRID

2008-07-28 20:55:44 by AcidSoldier
Updated

HOLY MOTHERFUCKING WOW

Go pop a link here and check out this new game, NOTE: The trailer IS actual gameplay and NOT prerendered. If you've got an awesome PC like mine, you'd love this game.

About the game.

Discover a stunning world of motor sport brought to life, from racing muscle cars through the iconic streets of San Francisco and competing in the legendary 24 hours of Le Mans to drifting around the docks of Yokohama. Jump behind the wheel of exhilarating racing cars in the most aggressive, spectacular wheel-to-wheel races you've ever experienced - then prove yourself online.

* Incredible persistent world of racing encompassing Muscle car racing, Drift racing, and Circuit racing in Detroit, San Francisco, Milan, Tokyo, Yokohama, Spa, Le Mans and many more
* Mind-blowing soft-body damage to vehicles and environments to the most aspirational and incredible vehicles and tracks - all fully licensed
* Stunning visual treatment and accessible handling system
* Evolution of the physics system used in Colin McRae%u2122 DiRT%u2122 - EGO surpasses all previous engines in terms of AI, effects and packed grids

Requirements:

o OS: Windows Vista/XP
o Processor: Athlon-64, Pentium 4 3.0GHz
o Memory: 1GB RAM
o Graphics: ATI Radeon X1300, NVIDIA GeForce 6800
o DirectX Version: 9
o Hard Drive: 12.5GB Hard drive space

I suggest you download Steam even if you're not getting Grid, it honestly is the BEST chat program for gaming, as you can just press shift + tab in a game to chat with anyone else who has it. Steam is growing daily and already has over 500 games. Steam is owned by VALVe Corperations who made Half Life, Team Fortress and Counter Strike.

GRID


£7.25

2008-07-20 06:45:16 by AcidSoldier

WHAT THE FUCK CAN I SPEND IT ON MOTHERFUCKING DICKWIPES?

Well, what? :3



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