After-Moo Delight…

Okay, I feel like crap. On Thursday, May 3, the brethren moo and I sat down and recorded a great Atomic Moocast. I was determined to get it edited and online in under a week and last Thursday night (the 10th) I had just finished putting the closing music on the moocast recording and started to compress the whole thing when I realized half the audio was missing. Somewhere in my haste to get the recording done I had accidentally deleted one of the audio tracks containing half the conversation. So, I’m back to square one and working very hard to get that Moocast online before the end of this weekend. Until then, I wanted to hop on the website and do a quick post about some cool stuff the Internet sneezed out this last week. Stuff like…

Wolfenstein 3D in Browser Form!

Via G4TV, One of the best damn video games ever is now coming back and you’ll be able to play it on your browser. According to the article on G4TV, the game makers want to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Wolfenstein 3D by make it available online through www.wolfenstein.bethsoft.com or through their Facebook Page. I just spent about half an hour playing this game again! I loved playing Wolfenstein as a teenager and I’m glad it’s back to eat up what little spare time I have left!

The Eagleman Stag Stop Motion Animation

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Via Laughing Squid, artist Mikey Please created this wonderful stop motion animation about an entomologist who thinks way too much about time.

New Prometheus TV Spot!

Grarrrk! This is going to be so cool!

Okay El Moochadores, I’ve got to go back to work on the Moocast!

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2 Comments

  1. Buttery Wholesomeness

    05/12/2012 at 4:53 pm

    Guten tag! Bwahahaha. *chaingun*

  2. My favorite thing about Wolfenstein was the map editor. Some genius did the floor plan of our high school and filled the classrooms with Nazis, then we played during study hall.

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