Update 4: Now on the mend but not 100%. Nevertheless, we're going to be ready to move on Saturday 23rd of October. I've modified the list below because my in-laws have kindly moved a load of stuff to the house already. We're pretty well organised (having had weeks to prepare and think about stuff).
We've been saving for ages. Saving included paying off student debts (not the loan, other debts I accrued) and actually building a deposit. About 2 years ago, the plan was to live cheaply in the inlaw's house while they were in Cambodia and then buy a house when they got back and house prices were lower.
I often read RPG and Bit-Tech for reviews on things. My PC is pretty much a Bit Tech build. I have been looking forward to APB (even though I couldn't get the beta to work) and am a bit shocked that the reviewers are hammering it!
RPS Comments not favourable
Here's an idea. Chom Isis is now set in the real world we live in. The operatives are people in suits. More accurately, people we know in suits. The pawns are... people. The only thing we're actually missing is the plush insides of a gentleman's club.
Could it be made into a film? A film we could make?
Now nearly 8 months old, Felix is doing new things on a pretty much weekly basis. He's becoming a child with a sense of humour who is extremely active. Perhaps about normal for baby boys - who tend to be more active. He's very social although has proven to 'go off' some of the recurring people - like Uncle Hat (Tristan).
A day late but you still get the dancing cake.
Just Cause 2 will be winging its way to you tonight!
Felix, although still technically a baby is now more of a little boy. He has a personality, desires, needs wants and is more than just a reactive system. Before now you put milk in, he processed it into something ungodly which you collected in a soft hopper mechanism attached to his rump. He's just passed 6 months old now, so it's a good time for an update.
I'm comparatively frugal with ammo when I play computer games. In most games playing on 'normal' level, I come to the end with a hamper chock full of grenades, pistol rounds and rockets. Worrying about ammo has never been a concern.
"I can't play online Risk anymore." said a new Chom Isis player "I just assume everyone is not trustworthy - which makes winning really hard. Chom Isis has ruined my enjoyment of Risk."