Quest for Gaming

Slackware on Raspberry Pi

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ which I so far have not really done much with. I did install Retropie (link opens in a new tab) on it, which lets you emulate old game systems. However, I ended up not having any interest in actually using it for that purpose, probably since I can do that same on my regular computer. So I'm going for somehing else, something that interests me to a …

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Categories: Linux, Open Source

Shenzhen I/O

Shenzhen I/O is a programming game, released in November 2016. You take on the role of an electronics engineer, designing curcuits and coding them.

Designing an electrical component

Of course, there is a lot more to the game. There is a story in the game, although I have to admit that I never really took the time to learn the story. I just wanted to work on the programming challenges because that's what the game is all about. You …

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Categories: Programming, Puzzle

Batman: Arkham Knight

Arkham Knight was released in 2015 and is the finale to the Batman Arkham series. It was released for consoles as well as PC, however the PC version suffered from performance issues and other bugs. It was even pulled from online sales for a while until they could fix it up.

The Arkham Knight logo

I am a big fan of the Arkham series, and have been since the first game, Arkham Asylum. When this game was announced, I …

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Categories: Adventure Games, Action

My Setup

I did previously do an article on Linux, and I figure there might be some people who are interested in seeing the setup I use for myself. As I probably have mentioned a few times before, I only use Linux. The server that this website is served from is running Debian (link opens in a new tab), one of the oldest Linux distributions that is still under active development. It is not THE oldest still …

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Categories: Linux


In 1997, the game Carmageddon was released to great controversy. I'm old enough that I still remember the release of the game. In Norway, where I live, it was released without any great hassle. Sure, it was rated 18+, but there were no further restrictions or censorship. However, it was censored in some countries, and even outright banned in certain countries.

Carmageddon title screen

Let's sum up the basic premise of the game. You control your car through …

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Categories: Racing, Action

Dawn of War - Soulstorm

In 2008, we got the third and final expansion for Dawn of War, Soulstorm.

Soulstorm title image

Soulstorm was not developed by Relic, the developer of all previous installments for Dawn of War. Instead, it was developed by Iron Lore. The expansion adds another two factions, making it a total of 9 factions. However, you will need to own the original Dawn of War, as well as the other two expansions if you want to play all …

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Categories: Strategy, Real Time Strategy, Science Fiction, Warhammer 40,000

Dawn of War - Dark Crusade

Dark Crusade is the second expansion for Dawn of War, and this is where the series definitely took a turn for the better. Not that Dawn of War was not good before Dark Crusade, it's just so much better after Dark Crusade.

Dark Crusade title screen

Released in 2006, this expansion added two new factions, as well as a completely new campaign with a unique mechanic. Let's talk about the campaign first, because it really is what makes …

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Categories: Strategy, Real Time Strategy, Science Fiction, Warhammer 40,000

The importance of HTML

I just came across an article on HTML, and it was a surprising read for me. First of all I feel like I should say that I am not a professional web developer. I am not employed in the field and I've never worked on any large projects except my own website. Because of this, I probably am not following the current trends in web development. I learned some basic web development through a course …

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Categories: Web Development

Master of Magic

Among the many games that I played growing up, I still play some of those games to this day. Master of Magic, originally released in 1994, is a timeless classic.

Master of Magic title screen

You take the role of a wizard, seeking to become the master of all magic. You start out as the ruler of a small village and must expand for your power to grow. You are not alone as other rival wizards are on the same …

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Categories: Turn Based, Strategy, Fantasy

Dawn of War - Winter Assault

In 2005 we got the first expansion for Dawn of War, the expansion is Winter Assault and it added a new faction as well as multiple campaigns. There were also changes made to the existing factions, some changes seemed a bit odd in that they limit some choices regarding weapon upgrades to your units.

Winter Assault title screen

The new faction is the Imperial Guard consisting of weak infantry, but powerful vehicles. They also have multiple commander units …

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Categories: Strategy, Real Time Strategy, Science Fiction, Warhammer 40,000

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