Scott Brromfield, CEO and Co-founder of Veeple answers VidCompare's questions about Veeple's Interactive API, interPlay, announced by Veeple on October 14, 2009.
Here is my new intro that Adminoftrance helped me with..:) and yes thats MY Voice :)
This track will also be on the latest Above and Beyond CD coming out in Feb.16th..Anjunadeep:01
And a collection of pop art images, to one of my favorite trance tunes..This was suppose to be in full screen, but not sure what happened..:(
Palo Alto, Calif., - October 14, 2009 Veeple (www.veeple****) today announced the ability to add Veeples interactivity to industry leading online video platforms and players, such as JW Player and thePlatform through a free interactive API called Veeple interPlay. For online marketers and content owners this provides an easy-to-deploy solution that can dramatically increase viewer engagement and bolster conversions through the use of interactive video.
the Gist performing Interplay at Stage 84 in Davie, FL on 01/09/10.
The crossing the Streams by individualized sentience in manifested physicality is beyond present parameters of this local paradigm. Time Travel and Spatial compression the being must have internally consistent mental emotional bodies that follow the track of multiple life patterns.
This is the first demo for the ill-fated "Of Light & Darkness" CDROM game from Interplay. The 3D artwork was all done by Gil Bruvel - but Interplay forgot to ask him to put a story to it - so this is how it could have been...
I Produced & Directed in Los Angeles. Insider notes:- One of the actors ended up in jail, another in a sanatorium - just goes to show how wonderful is the world of Hollywood;-)
maniaTV’s newest show, Arcade, jumps into their own War Room. Four Arcade panelists are in the room discussing “interplay” making a comeback. Check out maniaTV at *******maniatv****/shows/arcade
Former Interplay President Brian Fargo brings back Choplifter and remakes it for the modern gamer...with chickens.
Total Recall video game review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Classic Game Room reviews TOTAL RECALL from Interplay and Acclaim from 1990, based on the original Total Recall movie! Sadly the game isn't as good as the movie. In fact it's not as good as a botched trip to Mars where you get attacked by mutants. The original Total Recall film was directed by the awesome Paul Verhoeven (Robocop, Starship Troopers) and stars the highly quotable Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Ironside, Sharon Stone and Ronny Cox. This game is crap, but the movie is a masterpiece of late 1980's style action films packed with one liners and brilliant laughs. Totall Recall videogame is a lousy side scrolling action game where you punch and shoot enemies in boring levels loosely based on the movie. CGR Totall Recall video review features Total Recall gameplay recorded from the NES Nintendo Entertainment System
The Lost Vikings 2 Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of The Lost Vikings 2, developed by Blizzard Entertainment and published by Interplay. The sequel to the first Lost Vikings, this edition of the series provides all the fun and brain-twisting strategy that gamers crave. Arguably one of their best games pre-Diablo/Warcraft/Starcraft, The Lost Vikings 2 should be on the shelf of any Blizzard die-hard. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Lost Vikings 2 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Wild 9, developed by Shiny Entertainment and published by Interplay for the PlaysStation (PS1). It's time to hunt down your enemies and torture them with Wex, the leader of the Wild 9 group of teenage mutants that have banded together to protect each other from the evil Karn and his slimy green minions. Use your enemies as stepping stones, hurl them into a meat grinder, and ride a beast through the desert as you control Wex to save his Wild 9 allies from certain destruction. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Wild 9 for the PS1 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of ClayFighter: Tournament Edition for the Super Nintendo, from Interplay. Spoofing classic 2d fighting games like Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat, ClayFighter is a hilarious take on the genre with a wild assortment of malleable characters. Bad Mr. Frosty, The Blob, Taffy, Blue Suede Goo, and more are featured in the wackiest fighting tournament ever. This Tournament Edition fixes some bugs and adds additional multiplayer modes. This video game review features ClayFighter: Tournament Edition gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Claymates Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Claymates, a platformer developed by Visual Concepts and published in 1993 by Interplay for the SNES. Not every clay-centric game published by Interplay during the 16-bit era was a winner. Well, come to mention it, only Clay Fighter was really any good. C2: Judgment Clay was a piece of crap, and Claymates... well, try this: Grab a great platformer, like Super Mario World. Now put on a pair of gloves. Now put on another pair of gloves. Finally, put on the thickest pair of gloves you own. Try to play the game. It's like that. Mega Man this ain't, even if there are cute animals. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Claymates for the SNES and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
The Lost Vikings Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of The Lost Vikings, developed by Silicon and Synapse and published by Interplay for the Genesis. If you want to know how Blizzard Entertainment built their foundation, look no further than this game, where you control a team of three time-traveling Vikings, each with their own special ability, and escape from an evil space dictator's plans for an intergalactic zoo. Jump, defend, and attack as you defeat enemies, collect keys, and otherwise try to keep your team alive from a spaceship to prehistoric times. This video review features video gameplay footage of The Lost Vikings and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
Descent review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Descent for PC developed by Parallax Software and published by Interplay. Descent was developed by Parallax Software and published by Interplay in 1995. This was one of the first games to have 3D models for enemies and the player character. The game gave the player six axises of freedom; essentially, one can move throughout the game as though one were in a weightless environment. This video review features video gameplay footage of Descent for PC and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Jon.