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! 🙂
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 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). 😛
My mother was kind and decided to knit a pair of Mortal Kombat slippers for me:
I tried them on and they both fit comfortably well, and they also keep my feet warm. 🙂
I’ve been playing around some more TF2 recently after selling a few pieces of junk from the Steam market including my unpainted disco ball eyes to purchase the ones with purple paint:
The reason why is because I wanted to complete my Pyro loadout with three cosmetics that are painted purple.
My Robot Chicken hat would also go along with that loadout very nicely.
Yep, I have now become the Deep Purple Pyro. 🙂
Last night I’ve been having fun with some MS-DOS games such as Poker Galore and Blackjack Plus, and I thought I’d rip two sprite sheets of playing cards that I’ve taken from both games:
These playing cards are from Poker Galore.
And these ones are from Blackjack Plus.
Now I’m at the point where I must take a break from sprite sheeting… for now.
I’ve been working on another game sprite sheet after playing a little bit of the Game Boy Color version of Scrabble:
I also submitted a sprite sheet of the game’s intros and title screen. If anyone is interested in checking it out from TSR then feel free to click on the link right here.
Since nobody has created the Game Boy sprite sheets of the Slot Machines and their payout tables from Caesars Palace, I decided to create them myself:
I’ve been playing a little bit of TF2 this afternoon, and I have managed to sell enough junk to purchase a couple of TF2 cosmetics from the Steam Market:
As a result, I’m satisfied with these towering piles of holiday-themed hats. 😛