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Tixov 0.1
Wednesday, 18th January 2017 — 2:51 PM GMT by Ali
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This is a cleaned up version of the software I wrote to help develop Fontimus Prime. It displays the texture (.TXTR) files within Metroid Prime games that are associated with .FONT files, with proper support for these files' non-standard use of layers.

tixov-1

A Windows build is provided, as is the source. Mac OS and Linux users will have to build Tixov themselves.

Download:

https://chexum.co.uk/uploads/tixov-0.1.zip

Checksums:
MD5: 8f6bfdfa9d1865dc769e7363a08ab12d
SHA1: 31c7d0315bd431518d011a1014583b8ae6102e96
SHA-384: 4b950a2d6aa965913e2e1a3a4e26477ed9e65d95b220ea6e7562789253c9bf40161a3b77a2785fdb60e12038e121ebf5
SHA3-384: 7443534dd6e89bf217a401078ac910e5674fec0d4ea621c513c855f3502e752c1c647596006d4cdf97f6427002f9a90f


On 21st Century Politics
Tuesday, 17th January 2017 — 5:21 PM GMT by Ali
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You know, if folk spent as much time and energy being politically engaged as they do complaining about things on the Internet, the world would likely be a better place.

(I am aware of the irony in this missive.)
Communication in 2017
Sunday, 8th January 2017 — 10:26 PM GMT by Ali
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I loathe how in order to get in touch with just about anyone on the Internet nowadays I am obliged to sell my soul to some scumbag social media company.

Of course, a huge part of the blame for this must be borne by spammers, who a decade ago began to make publicising one's e-mail address a losing battle.

Being isolated may eventually kill me, but that's still infinitely superior to the alternative.
The History Lesson That No Man's Sky Failed To Learn
Monday, 3rd October 2016 — 6:13 PM GMT by Ali
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There is little that has not been said or written about the enigmatic No Man's Sky at this point, but 8-bit history holds an interesting lesson about the scope of procedural space games — a reference I have so far not seen anybody else mention.

A decade or so ago I enjoyed this piece reprinted in the Guardian about the development of Bell and Braben's 1984 8-bit procedural space magnum opus Elite. This title clearly influenced NMS's development a great deal, and this article contains one very telling passage of particular relevance to Hello Games' controversial offering. Click through for more.

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Swift, Taylor
Tuesday, 3rd May 2016 — 7:35 PM GMT by Ali
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If I ever write a well-optimised Taylor series implementation, remind me to call it taylor_swift().
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