Welcome to another jaw-dropping edition of the Randomizer, where every day is like Christmas for me. Well, except for the fact that none of of my gifts are wrapped, and I already own all the stuff I’m getting. And that’s it’s March, not December. So, really, nothing like Christmas. But there is the element of mystery, of not knowing what you’re getting. So there’s that.
So for the last little while, I’ve been teaching myself how to use video editing software. I think I got the gist of it, as the process is relatively simple. My goal is to make this series onto YouTube. I hope it transitions well, so I really hope when it comes out, you’ll enjoy it. If you’d like to help in any way, as I still have no earthly clue what I’m doing, any bit will be very grateful.
Okay, let’s hit the button and see what we get this time. Come on, big money, and no whamies!
Welcome to another sensational edition of The Randomizer, where I answer to no man, but I do answer to a machine. This is a series where I press a button, and a video game from my personal collection is randomly selected. Once chosen, I must play it and give my opinion on it.
I have to admit, I’m loving this concept more and more. The burden of having to choose a game to review is lifted like a weight off my shoulders. The mystery of what game is next gets exciting for me. With so many games to choose from, it literally could be anything. And with the first two games, Rollergames and P.N.03 being hidden gems of games that I enjoyed, let’s hope that this winning streak continues.
I really hope you’re enjoying this too. Don’t be afraid to let me know if you are, or what you’d like to see improved. Constructive criticism is always welcomed. Believe me, I know I’m not perfect, and can only get better with some good advice. Just be gentle with your words. Behind this rough and tough exterior, lies a guy who still cries when watching An American Tail.
So let’s slam that button again, and see what gets selected here. Oh, I hope it’s another fun game. I like those games, because they are fun.
Welcome to another exciting edition of The Randomizer, where the games that I play are chosen by the metaphorical roll of the dice. Fun fact of the day: I had to Google search the word “Sophomore” to make sure I was spelling it right in this article, and the first recommended search came up “Sophomore Slump”, so now I’m nervous that this article may not be as good as the first one.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of my new series, The Randomizer. (Copyright 2015. All rights reserved. Do not read Randomizer if you are prone to dizzy spells or operating heavy machinery. No cash value. Void where prohibited. Offer not valid in Utah and Idaho. If not completely satisfied, return the unused portion with receipt for a full refund.)
You like my fancy banner? I made it myself? You don’t? Well then, if you can do better, then I would like to see it, thank you very much. No, seriously, if you want to make a better banner for my series, I would eternally grateful for it. Art was not exactly my best class in grade school.
So, what the hell is the Randomizer? Basically, it goes like this. I placed every game I own into a simple MySql database. My collections is over 600 games and constantly growing. Some of these games, I’ve beaten, some I’ve played very little, and some I have never played. Then I created a simple script using PHP. (Perl works too, but had issues connecting to the database.) I press a simple button, and it spits out a random game in my collection. Then, I must play it and review it. It’s just that easy