So, what is Hellion? What is this bad child? Well, Hellion is an open world space survival game where you are one of the hopeful colonists that trying to survive an aftermath of system wide destruction or war or whatever it is. It entered Early Access recently on 24th March 2017.
If you plan to play alone or with your friend or create a private dedicated server, you came to the right place. I will try my best to explain on how to setup a private/public server for Hellion.
Hellion is a space survival game which was released last Friday, 24th Feb 2017. More details here: Hellion Steam Store Page
Have you ever heard of a game called Magicka? How about DOTA? League of Legends? The Magicka itself is an interesting RPG game where you can play coop or single player following a storyline. You control a faceless wizard which can combines elements to create spell for battle. Interesting right? One thing that makes the Magicka unique is it’s battle system where you have to combine elements to cast spell. The spells that can be casted range from a defensive shield, defensive wall, armor, projectile weapon/meteor shot, beam weapon/lazor, mines, bombs, storms, arc lightning, power circles, wards.Whew, imagine that.
Given that the house price is increasing very fast, you will be lucky to be able to get a small apartment. A 3 bedroom or 2 bedroom apartment in the Kuala Lumpur area can reach up to RM100,000. And the size of the average apartment is about 500to 700 sq/ft. So you’ll need to maximize the living space.
In fact, I found two video on youtube which shows brilliant idea on maximizing the living space. It is called modular home furniture where you can hide your furniture into the wall seamlessly or use the same thing for other purpose.
Ahh, what a melancholy day. Well, I’m sure this would be a good time to reminiscence old memories. The day the first time I’ve encountered this thing called anime. If I’m not mistaken, the first anime I’ve watched is DNA2 which is introduced by a friend. He gave me a CD which contain these videos in forgotten format. Is it tivo/vivo? Can’t remember.That was 13 years ago in 1998.
Back then in 90s, the only source of anime are imported CD from Japan, US and HK. During that time, we didn’t know about fansubs. In addition, being on dial up doesn’t allow me to explore the net during that time and look for anime. Imagine downloading 400MB will takes days!!.
And then I was accepted into university. From there I begin to download anime from direct download site and IRC. I downloaded this: