Saturday, 16 November 2013

Pokemon Snakewood

Hey Everybody, You a Pokemon fan? Resident Evil Fan? Well then you'll love POKEMON SNAKEWOOD!
It's a fan-made Pokemon game with a punch. The basic theme is that there has been a zombie apocalypse and you are a survivor. You have no memory of what happen but are sent on a quest to find your brother and his girlfriend. It is well worth a playthrough and is incredibly funny. I have a running gallery here https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.205425922976243.1073741838.171321573053345&type=1
but here are a few screenshots


It's available on Mediafire and lots of other places, you'll need an emulator to play and personally I recommend Mednafen

Sunday, 4 August 2013

Saturday, 3 August 2013

Things I've Made

I really like taking things off the internet, meshing them together and creating something new. I decided that every time I create something from now on I'd stick it on here like a scrap book and possibly start using my deviant art account again... yeah... well I'll try... 'deviantsaster' if anyone's interested :-)

And I might just stick a few things I like but I'll be sure to label! :-)
Also I make these poke-posts=http://miboobs.blogspot.ie/2013/08/my-pokeposts.html

Okay number 1
I saw this picture on wallpaper.com
So I decided to make it into a creepypasta and changed it to this

One I am pretty proud of was a tribute I made for my facebook page Gamer Gengar and my favorite page Indifferent Charmander. It's kinda a collage but It took a lot more effort then you'd think.

I wanted to show Gengar love Charmander, so my idea was to have a baby charmander in gengar's arms. These are the images I used.










and this is the finished product



How Pokemon Taught Me How To Read and My Double Life as Gamer Gengar

When I use Facebook I usually have only one motive in mind and that is to talk to my American friend. In fact, I probably never would have used the internet as much as I have since I met her and therefore never made this blog. Anyway she is usually my only motivation for going on the internet but then one day I decided after reading something funny off the facebook page 'Entei' that I would create a page. A Pokemon one like I'd seen so many of. Now trying to come up with a name was hard, Charmander was always my favorite starter but that name had already been taken by the very funny 'Indifferent Charmander'  (My fave admin is Violet, she's funny and charming and if I ever met her in real life I bet she'd be twice as awesome :-) ). Anyway Charmander was taken, Vulpix was taken (you can tell I like my Fire types) So I sat down found my old Pokemon Red Game and checked to see what pokemon I had used in the league:
Pokemon Red
Pokemon Red (Photo credit: moonrisen)
Charizard
Pidgeot
Gengar
Rapidash
NineTails
And
Gyarados
The player's level 5 Bulbasaur engaged in a ba...
 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I never really watched much of the anime since I never had a Tv signal for most of the time that Pokemon was my thing. I did however love the games which were nice and simple for me at the time since I couldn't read. I've always loved RPG games but Pokemon was special to me. I was given My first Gameboy colour by my half brothers and a copy of Pokemon Blue and Pokemon Red. I'd always watched them play this fantastic game outside with their friend with this mass of connection cables and had only occasionally had a chance to play. Those games were the greatest thing for me, I had been struggling to learn to read. I was a pretty intelligent kid but the stories of Sam and his dog drove me nuts. Also at the time I was being home schooled and always felt like I was in trouble if I couldn't read something so being as smart as I was I used to go out into the garden with the book I was meant to read and get the older boy from next door to read it to me. I would then memorize the story so when I was asked to read it I could almost get it word perfect. To this day I can still recite  Doctor Seuss's 'Green eggs and Ham'.
Green Eggs and Ham
Green Eggs and Ham (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Anyway to me reading was heavily associated with getting into trouble so I never really wanted to do it, that is until I got Pokemon. Now reading wasn't really a required skill, it was possible to get by on trial an error. However the titles of these Pokemon names were intriguing and fun to say. This encouraged me to read. I think most of my education about life comes from games. I suddenly had this huge enthusiasm for reading. The story was a lot more fun when I could read and see what a snot nose brat the antagonist Gary was. By the time I saw the first movie with Mewtwo I was already a huge fan. That film made me cry and I still have that song from the last scene on my mp3. That said I still never really watched the anime. I've sat down to watch it in recent times in an effort to instill a love of Pokemon into my younger brothers starting where it all began in the indigo league. Kinda a bit of a family bonding experience, especially now that I've handed down all my tech to both of them. I'm not sure if Pokemon is something I'm quite over despite the fact that I have given all my games and handheld consoles to my little brothers. It's still something I cherish which is another reason for my double life as...
GAMER GENGAR
Gengar was always one of my favorite Pokemon, it was creepy and cute and after the whole cubone thing I had a fondness of ghost Pokemon. And so Gamer Gengar was born: here's the link to the page: https://www.facebook.com/GamerGengar

So what are your childhood memories of Pokemon? Make sure to comment them. Remember Gamer Gengar is watching you
Gengar
Gengar (Photo credit: cristian muñoz :))

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

About Me

I guess you might be wondering who I am and I wasn't going to do an 'about me' until I found this piece that I wrote when I was in my fourth year of secondary school and decided that this was the one to post. Enjoy.

Who am I?

Is it possible that such a fundamental question could possibly be answered? Quite often simple questions (especially those about the self) have very long complicated answers, akin to offering a handful of pieces of a million part jigsaw puzzle; you end up giving more and more to give a clearer and better picture. Simply put, ‘I’ is far too broad a topic to ever be accurately defined, however, there are a couple of signposts along the way.

I could tell you how other people see me in the hope of answering this impossible question, unfortunately this would be undeniably pointless since an outward appearance is as about as informative as a beer mat advertising the beer in the glass. Anyone can put on a façade, anyone can smile for a camera or laugh at a joke… anyone can put on a brave face and just because they are smiling doesn’t mean they are happy. So in this instance appearances tell us little. Like Mark Twain once said, ‘everyone is a moon and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.’

I could tell you my aspirations, my fears, my likes and dislikes but still all these details are constantly changing and sometime contradicting themselves. They battle for dominance and despite being an important part of my life they all share one thing in common… they are not me, just aspects of me. I do believe however, that if this ‘self’ character can be defined then hopes and dreams must play a large part in the defining.

Speaking of beliefs; another thing we use to define ourselves (God knows why) maybe I am an immortal being, full of infinite possibilities. I would be part of something greater and complete with an undying soul, created by God. Maybe I am the product of some freak accident in nature, involving apes and thousands of years of evolution that has created a creature capable of dominating the world. Then I would be nothing more then a collection of atoms that have been assembled just right, a cocktail of chemicals and genes or a bag of bones. A body set to travel a predestined road or someone trying to create a new path. True, and yet it does not truly define who I am.

I could tell you about all my achievements to date, my material possessions and where I come from, what music I’m into but it wouldn’t answer the question. I could tell you everything on my birth certificate but you still wouldn’t know one iota about who I am. The name on my birth certificate was conceived by my parents, I had no say in the matter. When I was registered this name became a legal document which identifies me but actually it only identifies this person who was registered, it doesn’t actually identify me. I think there is a reason why ‘I am’ is the shortest sentence in the English language. It’s because there are infinite possibilities to add to it and there are so many things one person can be. I am a freethinker. I am the perfect example of imperfection and contented to be so. I am the end result of everything that has happened in my life; every tear, every mistake, every bruised knuckle, the happy times and the hard times. They all went in to creating me. I was forged from my experiences and shaped by the people in my life. I am a white canvas waiting for a brush stroke or a book waiting to be written. I am a pawn in a greater game with the chance of becoming the most powerful piece on the board if I can survive all other attacks and reach my goal. I am complex and ever changing and as Natasha Bedingfield once sung, ‘I am undefined’.

Some people spend their whole life searching for who they are; they travel to faraway lands in hopes of finding themselves. Some people go through their entire life without knowing who they are. Some people think they know but sooner then later find out that they don’t know. I would be surprised if anyone actually knew exactly who they were. One thing I can say with the utmost certainty is… I am me. That’s all I need to know because as long as I am me I will always be changing and no matter what other people say or do, it will never change that. In essence I could tell you everything about my life down to the finest detail and still… you would know little if anything about who I am.


So why ask? Just accept me for who I am, a child of the universe just passing through, just like you. Enjoy the ride.

The Goat Remixes

Goat remixes... You're listening to a song when suddenly a goats screaming at you... I have no idea how this idea was conceived, but I'm guessing it was something like they were listening to 'baby' and casually joked that it would sound better if a goat screamed over it and then their friend was like: 0.0 we must do this.
It's like rule 35! only pg!

(Just a thought: according to rule 34 somewhere out there is a porno about Justin Bieber and a goat... just putting that out there to ruin your day)

 I couldn't understand why it was popular until I saw Bon Jovi Goat Remix. I think they are funny but here: Ultimate Top 15 Goat Remixes
Make up your own mind

Sunday, 14 July 2013

When I Discovered AlphaOmegaSin

TITAA #1

(Things I Think Are Awesome)

Okay when I discovered AlphaOmegaSin that is when youtube became a thing for me. Before I would only go on youtube when my friends were begging me to go watch the dancing baby or sneezing panda or cute things explode. That was youtube to me... Until I see this rant video... Now I'm a huge Final Fantasy VII fan and to see this metal head guy emanating awesomeness and charisma as he ranted about why we didn’t have a remake... I was like...
 It was literally like someone had loaded my brain with TNT. So at the time I had no internet connection so I had this 500gb hardrive and I'm downloading all his youtube clips and watching them, even when he's talking about games I’ve never even heard of! There were also games that never made it to Europe but I was too enthralled to stop watching. everything he said was amazing and then when I noticed his Vincent Valentine figurine I knew I would never be able to stop watching his channel again.

So Todays Brief Respectable Analysis declares: Any gamer with half a brain should go to Alphaomegasin's youtube channel right now and subscribe and soak up his awesomeness. I'll make it real easy just click here>>>>>>>http://www.youtube.com/user/AlphaOmegaSin