As with any first person shooter game there come some individuals who excel in experimenting and using game engine to their advantage. This little tricks can sometimes become useful in multi-player game sessions where they give excelling player the advantage needed to show n00b players how it is done.
Defend the House actually loves the Mythbusters series and they made it their business to know the game engine. First they busted the game called Halo. Now they are proving and busting myths in new installment of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Be advised. There are no perky girls in short tops with ammunition running around and looking all pretty and smart. But there are some goofy guys with guns and explosives. You do the math:
Guy + gun + explosive + virtual word = ????
Prepare to be amazed by killing mirrors, exploding cars, head colliding missiles, old mattresses, inhuman speed, bursting hydrants, hitting a target by curving bullets and many more. Just some of the tricks of trade all Call of Duty masters need to know.
If you are experiencing UPnP problems with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 then you should read this post. If you don’t understand what ping bars mean and you want to tweak them and gain some advantage in network play then check this post. Otherwise if you are looking for just plain fun check this unboxing video.
This post is intended for all the readers who are good at heart. Kind to fellow living beings weather they are animals or pets, friends or foes, relatives or neighbors, humans or aliens. To all of you who are interested …
The “Three Wise Men” team would like to announce that this blog has been up and running for about a year now. If we travel back we can discover that the first post was posted on the November 18th 2008. Well over a year now.
Slowly evolving from cooking, games and movies we have embraced this web site and transformed it into a geek blog trying to cover everything that we think is interesting for you. From a merely 10 daily visits we have grown to a steady 400 visits per day. And this is the biggest present – you our readers have given us through the year. Thank you!
I could go on and on about how rough was this year and what we are going to improve in the next year but instead we would like to wish you all the best in this holiday season. Albert Einstein could not said it better:
“I feel that you are justified in looking into the future with true assurance, because you have a mode of living in which we find the joy of life and the joy of work harmoniously combined. Added to this is the spirit of ambition which pervades your very being, and seems to make the day’s work like a happy child at play.”
Be marry and at peace, love and respect one another and keep coming back for more.
Previously I already unboxed stuff, remember? This now is unboxing taken to the new level. Most of the people unbox things by taking them out of the box, removing the wrapping and packaging material. I decided to go deeper than that. Take a look at the video if you want to see how deep …
Disclaimer: twm-kd.com is not responsible for any damage to your hardware if you decide to repeat the unboxing. We are doing this knowing that warranty will be void after the procedure.
You tried everything, booting from CD, DVD, USB, and in your desperate attempts you already started to look if there is a floppy drive laying around the house, just to get the damned thing to boot. The very same thing happened to me today. Computer, simply, would not boot. The only thing left to do is booting your computer from the network. Sounds scary, I know, but in reality this can be a trivial thing to acomplish. I have a Linksys WRT54 router that is running DD-WRT and it serves me as a DHCP server. DD-WRT is using dnsmasq which can provides DNS, DHCP and TFTP services! Great news, since this is all that you need for network boot. Unfortunately TFTP server is disabled and not really usable if you don’t have any extra storage where you could put the tftp files. You will have to use an alternative tftp server, in my case Ubuntu Workstation. Continue reading for the whole recipe …