In this update, we explore the continent and creatures of North Prova. And now you can read the Prova World e-book on the wiki!
PROCEDUMONS – itch.io
Procedumons is an HTML web toy. Set in the AXE235 universe.
The randomly generated creatures of Procedumons are waiting for you! With each click, you can generate a new monster, each with a typing, name, and personality issues! The more you click, the more creatures with terrible problems you generate!
On the planet of Sisibi, filled with wild monsters, there is a mysterious stone that when touched spawns a new kind of monster… a Procedumon! Each Procedumon is different with its own unique personality, appearance, and powers – and its own desire to be your friend! How many Procedumons are there to generate? Keep touching the stone’s interface and find out!
Can you generate all [UNDEFINED] of them? All this awaits your mouse’s cursor! (Please do not smother the world under Procedumons.)
Developed and written by @brilokuloj
With contributions by @palabomeno
This is a tie-in with the webcomic Cat Catastrophe Byproduct, set in the Sisibi setting!
All the articles we had lined up for Frequently Modulated, guest-starring some articles tangentially related to Location City!
We blogged about the Nintendo Play Station back in July when it was first discovered, and now a new development has occurred in its mysterious appearance. Now, on November 6, 2015 a new development has occurred courtesy of Engadget: the console is definitely real, and still in partially working condition!
For those who are not aware of the history of the Nintendo Play Station, it was a prototype-only console made by a partnership with Sony and Nintendo to bring CD-ROM based gaming to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
This story also details new information with regards to the Play Station’s discovery. The console was first owned by Olaf Olafsson, a former CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, who came to work at the Advanta banking corporation after leaving Sony. When Advanta went bankrupt 2009, a large amount of its physical assets were boxed up and auctioned off to liquidate. A Mr. Terry Diebold had attended this auction and, having packed some of the boxes himself, bid on items that he wanted. What he hadn’t expected, however, was to find one of Olafsson’s personal items in that box: the Play Station itself.
From there, the Play Station found itself in an attic for some time as Terry was not able to find any information on just what his new boon was. It wasn’t until his son Dan Diebold found a post on the website Reddit about the Play Station that the Diebolds got out the message about their find.
Now, four months after the discovery was spread to the internet, we have unequivocal proof that the Play Station is the real deal. It’s even in working order, although the acclaimed CD drive was not function for reasons unknown. For what it’s worth, this Play Station is the real deal.
Just last night (July 2, 2015), a practical unicorn has been discovered in the world of retrogaming. Nintendo’s Play Station, once thought to be long lost in the famous squabble between Sony and Nintendo, has been discovered in a box of junk.
Originally posted on Reddit, this massive discovery was presented as a mere accident: Dan Diebold (Reddit user analogueboy) claimed that his father was given a box of items intended to be thrown away. Amongst computers and PA systems was the legendary console, in surprisingly good quality despite its yellowed plastic.
What exactly does this mean for gaming history? Read On…