Last night I played some Super Video Poker for Windows. It’s an old shareware game based on the popular video poker machines found in many casinos. Here’s what the gameplay of Super Video Poker looks like:
In this game, you start off with the default number of credits which is 200 and the objective is to win more credits by getting the best hands possible. I’d say this game is fun to play, and what I like about this game are the features in it such as animations and sound effects, game save/restore, video poker game variations, etc.
10 stars out of 10! 🙂
Meh, I’m still too sleepy to come up with something…
I’m sorry that I haven’t posted these last few days. To make up for it, here’s a cute pic of this little handsome orange dude taken from yesterday:
I got back to doing Adobe Illustrator after playing some Pokémon Diamond, and I thought I’d turn one of my Pokémon Diamond screenshots into something special on Mother’s Day:
I’ve been playing around with some Adobe Illustrator lately, and I thought I’d image trace my old hand drawn artwork of the Darth Vader worm.
I’ve been playing an old Windows 3.1 game under DOSBox called Smoke ’em Poker. It’s a card game where you play against up to 5 opponents simulated by the computer. This is what the actual gameplay looks like:
The main objective in this card game is to defeat all of your opponents in order to win the game:
I’d say this is a really fun card game to play, and what I like about this are the quotes from old-school movies and TV shows as sound files corresponding to current situations. What I also like about this game is there’s a feature that you can save your game during your progress. Awesome!
Anyways, I’ll play this some more and then off to something new (old). 😛
I had my camera out the other day and took two nice pictures of Chuckie resting on a cat blanket at the top of the stairs: