Here we are again with another round of web links. I know you'd prefer high-protein sausage links, but these have slightly fewer preservatives.
Yes, a Cat-Food Brand Really Has Created Three iPad Games For Cats. "The game-play has been researched and tested for maximum feline fun," and unlike game testing for humans, actually seems to work. Unfortunately for Friskies, the cats aren't purchasing the DLC.
Here's some jokes to brighten up your Thursday. Why get your tech and gaming news anywhere else? What, are you sane or something?
Apple Causes Religious Reaction in Brains of Fans. Skeptics point out that there's no way to prove the existence of their brains.
I've just posted the third and final installment of my interview with CRPG master Tim Cain. The subject line pretty much says it all.
Well, here it is, folks: Chris Avellone on Planescape: Torment. This is pretty much a must-view for any serious CRPG fan; it's the senior designer of one of the best games ever made talking about its development. You don't want to miss it.
There's an interview up at Gnome's Lair called Ten Gnomish Questions, an interview with Matt Barton. I had a great time answering these questions; enjoy. I've posted a few additional thoughts below.
This week's episode features Ocarina of Time, a masterpiece for the Nintendo 64.