Music release: Mandroid
Played a little bit with my moog mother + TC flashback, added some piano and strings. The title has nothing to do with Marvel.Play Mandroid
Music release: Arrival
A nice new song i started on last year, but for some reason i can't finish it. So i decided to release it now. Used alot of synthmaster on this one. Synthmaster is a new synth i bought, and i really like the sound of it.Play Arrival
Alpha: Heroes of Anothermud(TM)I'm currently working on a new game.
The game will be a mix of an idle game and anotherMUD which i had a small part of building in the 90's. It will reuse the world of that game but in a totally different type of game.
The Hero will have to fight through the wilderness to find areas full of loot and adventure.
This will start out as a "idle" game, but i hope i'll be able to add some of the features that made anotherMUD such fun to play so that it will be possible to play it semi-active to speedup the progress of your character.
Cancelled i'll not finish it, was fun for starters but is too much work to finish.
Play Heroes of Anothermud(tm)
Music release: Quantum Leap
My first try at doing some goa/trance, recommended for coding! Made with Reaper/Diva/Kontakt 10Play Quantum Leap
Music release: The Last V8 (On the road to fury)
The latest Mad Max movie inspired me to remix the old classic.Play The last V8
Algorithm: Langton's AntThere rules for Langton's Ant is simple:
To handle multiple ants the following rules has been added:
At a white square, turn 90° right, flip the color of the square, move forward one unit
At a black square, turn 90° left, flip the color of the square, move forward one unit
- the board is updated after all ants has moved
- the ants don't count as obstacles
Algorithm: Conway's Game of LifeA zero player game, start a new population clicking on the canvas
Survivor cells are rendered grey, newborn cells are green
Any live cell with fewer than two live neighbours dies, as if caused by under-population.
Any live cell with two or three live neighbours lives on to the next generation.
Any live cell with more than three live neighbours dies, as if by overcrowding.
Any dead cell with exactly three live neighbours becomes a live cell