Killzone 3




The had Killzone 3 Helghast Edition on sale on Gamestop, since it’s so big I just “had” to buy it. Looks good in my home made shelf next to Driver. Tested the game today and it felt like an okey shooter. Didnt quite understand the story, but maybe iill get a grasp about it later. We’ll see.

I also bought some new shoes. They are nice! Finally a pair a shoes with no holes in them.

It’s Friday


A small post about what I’m up to. Other then university work, I’m working on another heroclix app. launched it earlier this week and got some great feedback on it. Which feels great. I bet, if I got that good feedback on my university task my grades would be higher. Other than that I don’t have time to much else. Played some xbox last weekend. Completed Driver San Fransisco and did all the single player achievements. I also tried the new Bloodrayne, not as good as the two first games. They should had stayed with third person view and not go for the silly side scrolling. A good xbla game I did try was Toy Soldiers Cold War. I even ended up buying it. It combine toys with tower defence and some fps/third person view.

I also added a rainbow image. Its even a double rainbow, but not sure how easy it is to see.

So, whats up?

I feel like I mostly start a post being sorry that I don’t post so often, not anymore. I’m not sorry, life just busy. You might wonder what I’ve been up to. The last thing you heard is that I’ve got my tablet. So, I’ve started my Master in Design, Use and Interaction. It’s looking good and I’m taking two course in modeling and system process improvement, plus one in experimental it design. I have also applied for a master thesis about ThingML and Android. Hoping to get that, cause that would be a blast.

I’ve also worked on two more Android apps. One for something called Idéfestivalen, which was a treasure hunt (read: geocaching) app, taking you around campus both on Blindern and in Oslo center. The other was yet another Heroclix app, but this one is focuing on hosting a tournament. So you don’t need to use pen and paper. I also participated at Idefestivalen with Loopy Tangible, the sound machine I’ve mention earlier. Looked like people had fun playing on it. Now we just need to make another one, as it’s getting worn out. People are rough with it. Especially children.

There is also some new photos on my Flickr stream.  Some graffiti/stickers, one of a cute robot and one of a strange street art. You should really check the last one out.