April 22nd, 2009
I’ve updated Lunar Lander 0.5 so it works on Windows. You can get a zip file containing the binaries here. The updated source archive contains the MSVC9 project files if you want to build it yourself.
No installer yet since I built this with Visual Studio Express; if you desperately want an installer you can get the MSI for version 0.4.
Nothing new for non-Windows users except a minor version bump.
April 19th, 2009
I walked from York to Stamford Bridge today. The town is mostly famous for the battle in 1066, much like my home town Hastings, where Harold marched off to after pwning his brother here.
Have arranged my pictures into a sort of photo-blog-story-thing. Enjoy…
April 15th, 2009
In the future men will mine the moon to harvest the precious deuterium to fuel our fusion reactors. All sane-thinking people agree on this. Also, most scientists agree that there will be space elevators and a resurgence of steam trains. I’ve have produced an artist’s impression of what a moon-mining base might look like:
April 9th, 2009
Dastardly pirates have captured another cargo ship! doof.me.uk has acquired exclusive pictures of the event! Here are the pirates sneaking up and capturing the ship:
The pirates take the cargo ship captain to their cabin. The pirates have captured one motorbike and a small tractor.
Wow! It looks like the crew have recaptured the ship. The pirates are fleeing overboard!
Now the blue soldier dudes have turned up to rescue the captain and capture the pirates.
The prisoner is freed and the pirates are captured! Hooray! Everyone is happy. The soldiers are surprised to find the pirate leader is none other than the notorious Captain Sunde from the Bay of Pirates! :o
April 5th, 2009
Some photos from around Rye and Camber, East Sussex. Taken last week with my new camera.
April 4th, 2009
Went to the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex with my parents today. Was pretty awesome, although it rained to start with. Took a bunch of photos:
For some reason S. C. Ruffey is parked here and not on the Island of Sodor.