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My first entry for 2021 is a bit unusual, it's a Tabletop Simulator workshop mod to help you play the awesome new cooperative card game "The Crew" (Die Crew in german).
Get it here:
As many of you know, I'm a big boardgamer and this pandemic has really but a dent in my real life gaming.
Recently I've been playing a bit with friends on Tabletop Simulator. It's clunky and a far cry from playing in real life, but on the other hand it's better than nothing..
Anyway I've spent the last couple of days learning how to code/script for it, making custom behaviors and invents, etc. It uses Lua and the Unity engine. It's pretty terrible but it works and I'm having fun.
Anyone else done any Tabletop Simulator coding?
A pizza shop discovers that a 3rd party delivery service has hijacked their google listing to offer deliveries for their pizza, and reselling their pizza at a loss... How is this a business model?
Another mystery of capitalism.
But he brought up another problem - the prices were off. He was frustrated that customers were seeing incorrectly low prices. A pizza that he charged $24 for was listed as $16 by Doordash...
Absolutely compelling 25 minute live solution of a sodoku puzzle:
The Making of Prince of Persia by Jordan Mechner
"Prince of Persia" was a pretty influential computer game for the Apple II and original IBM PC that game out in 1989 or so..
This book collects the journals and notes of the 19 year old kid who made the game. Filled with little anecdotes of the time, etc.
Prince of Persia video: