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Description GNOG is a wondrous journey through a universe of playfully interactive monster heads. Explore a myriad of unique interconnected heads and the worlds they carry within, as you try to decipher each one's quirks and advance to the next. Interact with the outside to change the inside and vice versa to reveal the exit! History GNOG is the brainchild of illustrator and toy enthusiast Samuel Boucher. Originally conceiving a 2D puzzle game, Sam teamed up with Montreal's KO-OP collective, and began full-time work experimenting with wild ideas and puzzles. Since collaborating, the game has morphed into a 3D puzzle adventure, where each head contains a unique universe with its own set of rules and puzzles inside of it. Combining natural, physically-based controls with dynamic soundscapes and a mysterious narrative, GNOG is the synthesis of stunning art direction and joyful interaction design. GNOG is funded through the Sony PubFund Program and is supported by Double Fine Productions. Features Each Gnoggin is a unique and fully realized micro world of puzzles A beautifully twisted style that keeps you wanting to play to find out what the next Gnoggin will look like  Puzzles ranging from spatial Rubik's Cube mind benders all the way to time manipulation Worms
8 Mar 2018
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REPLICADE AMUSEMENTS is a collection of fully playable arcade art masterpieces by New Wave Toys. Collect all your favorite classic arcade machines to recreate authentic arcade ambience in your own home or office. These premium collectables share all the features of the original vintage full sized cabinet but are miniaturized in sixth scale with modern technology. Atari Collection / About Atari: A logical place to start, our first collaboration is with none other than Atari, the company that started it all back in the early 70’s. Our plan is to work with Atari to recreate the most legendry arcade games ever, starting with uber classic, 1981’s Centipede. Original Centipede Info Style: Upright Manufacture: ATARI Released: 1980 Quantity Produced: 46,062 (uprights) Genre: Shooter Controls: Trackball and Fire Button Designed by: Ed Logg and Dona Bailey
8 Mar 2018
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Be on a 12' ladder and throw a Black paper airplane. Crows can see food from a mile away, but they cannot discern a black paper airplane from one of their own. I unfolded it but they did not care, they just kept up the riot before vacating the neighborhood for a day. After counting their tribe, they returned, having not lost a single bird.
8 Jan 2007
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This video was made by me, especially for Down Low. Both Joe and Rick was very happy after seing the result. This is the video to their single "Start The Riot". For more information about Down Low, go to www.euro-rap****
12 Feb 2007
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riot in football
20 Apr 2007
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The best G8 Scenes from g8 riots in Rostock...
12 Jun 2007
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Here is a collection of the fun stuff I've been doing with Video Copilot's Riot Gear. Special thanks to Andrew Kramer. The tutorials were awesome.
26 Jun 2007
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Bulletproof panels can be traded for ice cream. Backpacks protect only backpack-sized areas. Protect your child with My First Riot Gear!
15 Aug 2007
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Engaged in combat in the narrows I go on a running riot using every weapon in my arsenal.
29 Oct 2007
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13 Jan 2008
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Fight now Die Never Playing Riot Tonight
18 Jan 2008
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an amv tribute to the chapter black saga of yu yu hakusho episodes used 67-93 anime- yu yu hakusho music- riot by three days grace If you feel so empty So used up, so let down If you feel so angry So ripped off so stepped on You're not the only one Refusing to back down You're not the only one So get up Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot If you feel so filthy So dirty so m**f up If you feel so walked on So painful so pissed off You're not the only one Refusing to go down You're not the only one So get up Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot If you feel so empty So used up, so let down If you feel so angry Just get up Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot Let's start a riot, a riot Let's start a riot Yusuke Urameshi is a street-brawling delinquent with a tough guy approach to everything. Yusuke's mother Atsuko, an alcoholic, had him at the age of 14 and shows little interest in raising her son. He has a reserved seat in the guidance counselor's office, and numerous other delinquents in the city are trying to take him on. Yusuke is pretty fed up with life. However, no one expects a sudden act of heroism on his part: he dies trying to save a little boy from a speeding car. In fact, when he arrives in the afterlife, he is informed that no one was expecting him to die that way, and were not prepared for his arrival. After numerous tests to gauge his worth, Yusuke is eventually revived, and is assigned to work for the Spirit Realm as a detective investigating demonic cases in the human world. He comes into spiritual abilities of his own, and enlists the help of numerous friends from Reikai (spirit world), Makai (demon world, translated in the English manga as the Demon Plane) and Ningenkai (human world) to aid him in his cases as they fight off demons and humans seeking to rule over all three worlds. The ranking of demons and apparitions is done by grade letters. E-class is the weakest class of demons, only slightly stronger than ordinary humans. Meanwhile, the S-class is the strongest demon classification. Each class also has sub-divisions of lower (or -), middle, and upper (or +). For example, the S-class has three subclasses: S-, S, and S+. They are not used to classify humans, and when judging the power of a human, they will say that the characters power is equivalent to a certain demon class. "S+" indicates that the particular character is at the highest level of that rank. In the Three Kings Saga, it seems that many demons surpass the low S-class ranking, so YuYu Hakusho adopts a numerical system. 80,000 on this system is equivalent to a middle B-class, 120,000 to a middle A-class, and 200,000 to a middle S-class. Middle E-class 100 Middle D-class 2,000 Middle C-class 24,000 Middle B-class 80,000 Middle A-class 120,000 Low S-class 150,000 Middle S-class 200,000 High S-class 1,000,000 and Beyond Interestingly, Yusuke and his friends' power levels climbed very fast throughout the series. At the beginning of the series, Yusuke and Kuwabara had only E-class power levels. By the Saga of the Three Kings, Kuwabara possesses middle A-class power and Yusuke possesses high S-class power. It took Sensui six years (a split between 7 personalities) to develop low S-class power where as Yusuke went from E to high S-class in a little less than two years (albeit due to extreme circumstances and experiences). By the time of the Saga of the Three Kings, all of Yusuke's friends and allies that fought were stronger than the Toguro brothers, including the dark tournament qualifiers.
16 May 2008
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