Web Find of the Day


#724

Drive your dog nuts with this traditional Moldavian folk “music”.


#725

Similar effect on the guy in the next office.


#726

If you can ignore the Australian accent, this is fascinating


#727

Oi. :stuck_out_tongue:

Deane Hutton was actually my dad’s high school science teacher in the 60s (before he and Rob Morrison started hosting the Curiosity Show).

As a kid I thoroughly enjoyed watching that show.


#728

I knew we had some Australians, but I couldn’t remember who :wink:


#729

AH! SORCERY! KILL THE WITCH!


#730

Burn the heritic. Exterminatus!


#731

Heretic_game_cover


#732

Heretic was just Doom with a fantasy theme. :slight_smile:


#733

Still nice to play - but if you play it DOOM style, you got your a$$ whupped :slight_smile:


#734

Also had a lot of melee and quasi-RPG elements, didn’t it?

I think it was still a Doom-style simple plot and scenario design, though.


#735

There was definitely some melee.


#736

Thinking about it, I think I played some Hexen but not Heretic. Apparently Hexen is a sequel, but then there was Heretic II, so it’s confusing.


#737

Especially for the BigDinosaur Disco …

Dinosaurs with magnets! They’re adorable!


#738

Christmas with the inimitable musical styling of William Shatner. The only saving grace is the presence of Billy Gibbons.


#739

The other morning, on a local radio show, they mentioned Billy’s album and played part of Shatner’s nightmare of a song. Oh the horror.


#740

Shatner should go back to the Enterprise :slight_smile:


#741

This is… just… abhorrent. Whew.


#742

Ryan Reynolds being Ryan Reynolds.


#743

The classic 1977 version of the Traveller RPG is now available for free. The link below gives you some details and a link to the page at DriveThru RPG. On that site, there’s an “others also purchased” link to “Guide to Classic Traveller” that’s also free.