I found a little quiz on the net were you have to guess if the persons in it are programming language inventors or Serial Killers. I got a score of 6/10 on it, you can take the test here.
BMW M3 Challenge takes the thrill of driving to new heights. BMW M3 Challenge, which is the official game to BMW´s all-new M3 Coupé, features the original high detailed BMW M3 in all its available exterior colours and the original Nurburgring GP-track in a hyper realistic racing world. BMW M3 Challenge will allow you to experience the new BMW M3 Coupé right there where it was born and developed – on the race track.
- Stunning simulation of the all new BMW M3 Coupé
- Choose from 4 different driving perspectives: Cockpit, Bonnet, Bumper and Chase-Cam
- Configure your own M3 Coupé by selecting the colour and the rims.
- 4 game modes, including:
- Test Drive
- Time Trial including ghost car
- Race Weekend with up to 15 AI-drivers and three difficulty levels
- Multiplayer Race with up to 15 human opponents via internet and LAN
- Original Nurburgring Grand-Prix track and “Sprint” short-bound.
BMW is offering this game to promote the new M3 model, the game looks nice and it’s available for free so I am currently downloading it. I don’t have any course tomorrow so I’ll test it and let you know if it’s good!
Link: BMW M3 Challenge
On Fridays we have a weird schedule at university. We start at 8 in the morning and finish at 8:15 PM, but we only have 3 classes in between so we have 6 free hours to fill. Some of us go home but that means you’ll spend your day on the road if you do not live near the university so a lot of people stay at university.
Last week we decided to test something, everyone agreed to get his laptop to try and play Counter Strike. At 9:30 when the first class was over we installed the game on all the laptops and tried to create an ad-hoc network between them, the network worked but we couldn’t play against each others so we decided to connect to the wireless router of the university and try again and this time it worked perfectly! everyone could connect and the game started, we played for hours and the time passed quickly, it was like we went 5 years back to the time when CS was so popular in Lebanon you couldn’t enter an internet cafe and not find 10 peoples in it playing the game.
The new Google earth has a hidden feature! if you press Ctrl+Alt+A you get a flight simulator, it is still a basic one, you only get two planes and a few airports to take of from but this has the potential to become the most realistic flight simulator out there!
Here’s the list of controls available, and some screenshots I took:
Today Naharnet is reporting that the police launched an investigation about a game in which the player is supposed to storm the Serail and kill Sanioura and all his ministers. I googled a little for the game but found nothing, I remembered seeing a game about the battle of Nahr L Bared on an anti 14 March blog so I guessed he could have also made the other game and tried to find the blog but it was unavailable! I first thought I reached the wrong page so I reggogled and this time I used >anti 14 march blogspot< as search words. I was right the first time,the blog was correct and it is now closed but Google has a nice feature called “Google Cache” so I checked the site using it and found the original page.
The guy that made this game is really weird! People are allowed to have different political opinions! but wanting the opponent dead is just crazy!!