Been playing a bit of an old DOS game that I’ve never tried out under DOSBox earlier this evening. It’s called Arcade Pool, a game where you can compete a Pool competition against other computer players and/or human players. Here’s a screenshot of what this game would look like:
All you got to do is use the left mouse button to line up the cue ball and then right click to fire away to see if any balls would go down the sinker holes, but if you sink an 8 ball then you lose the game and your opponent gets the win.
This here is a screenshot of the results made in the game of Pool that has numbers of shots made, fouls made and balls sunk down. This game is fun to play but hard to score some shots when it comes to making fouls and misses. It will now be added to my private collection of old DOS games.
Gentlemen, behold! My own version of Batman in his fairy princess outfit, and he’s dancing around with his melons and jugs:
The reason why I made that is because my friends Overlord Tomala and Yutram came up with that kind of idea. 😛
I finally came up something for my next project in SFM. Here’s what I’ve been working on lately:
It was a BLU Heavy doing the Conga and Kazotsky Kick taunt animations at the same time while dressed in a fairy princess outfit, boxing gloves and a Tomb Raider badge. He even has a really derpy look on his face while he’s dancing. 😛
I have uploaded my very first Scribblenauts Unmasked collection to the Steam workshop on a clean install of Windows 10 because of my items that I made a few years ago have turned invisible. It was a collection of my own versions of superheroes and supervillains with funny-looking faces and serious issues, but they can still fight against each other. Click on the link here to check out them out in the collection.
I’ll be planning on getting back to SFM tomorrow, but I have to come up with something good that should I make for my next project.
Been toying around some SFM lately, and I guess what my next project for today is?
This one is called Dirty Dancing, where the Demoman wearing a Bill’s Hat and a Croft’s Crest badge doing a crazy dance with Mr. Happy showing up while holding the Scottish Resistance on his right hand. The reason why is because my father Ivan_Fookinov and sister Overlord Tomala came with that idea for my next project. I even updated my SFM poster from my Scout main to the Demoman doing a funny dance. 😛
WUAAAAGGGH!!!! I’m being surrounded by tourists who really like me. BAAAAAMAAAAAAANNN!!!
I didn’t get to do any SFM for the last couple days ago, but I did re-upload a few of my creations from Scribblenauts Unmasked to the Steam workshop since most of the stuff that I made awhile back became invisible due to the clean install of Windows 10. So I had no choice but to delete all my object data and start making them all over from scratch.
I will be planning on screwing around with SFM once my weekend begins, so stick around until I come back to my headquarters.
Made a few more Minecraft skins lately so that I can test them out for the Alex and Steve player models in GMod, and they seem to be working just by putting the proper Minecraft skin URL but I still couldn’t get the one Minecraft skin that looks like the one made by Yutram to work because every time I try that skin it throws an error in the chat log saying it failed to fetch the skin which the URL for it is invalid even though it’s a fully valid URL and then my Minecraft player model became invisible like a chameleon afterwards. 😛 Either way, here’s my piece of artwork of what I’ve been doing:
This is me in the middle spot along with my friends from left to right are Bluanna, Big Ash, Roxanne and Agatha. I also made a pixel art of a tree that I’ve uploaded on Steam, but unfortunately I don’t have a screenshot of my latest pixel art but if anyone would like to check it out along with the rest of my pixel art in the collection then feel free to do so.
Been making some of my own Minecraft skins lately for the Steve and Alex player models in Garry’s Mod, and so far I got them to work except the one that looks like the one skin made years ago by my Canadian friend Yutram. Either way, here’s my latest GMod artwork for that I made earlier this morning:
It’s me as a Minecraft character with my own skin along with my two female Minecraft alter ego characters named Agatha, the one on the left with yellow hair and a pink dress with a happy face on it, and Alexa, the other on the right with red clothing and dark red hair. We have formed a friendly group known as the Minecraft Gang of Three.
Been playing around some TF2 lately, and guess what I got as a random item drop?
This Medic cosmetic consists of dark brown wavy hair with a large beige headband and a small team-colored headband that was worn around it. Now I just need to figure out what paint tool I should use for it. Probably gonna paint it Aged Moustache Grey if my PayPal account is all set up so that I can purchase the paint tool in the Steam market.