G@me 0n!

1. L, a bi-monthly, has the following sections:

  • we’ve got incoming
  • phurstluk
  • reevus
  • pheachurs
  • haadwear
  • doo it urcelph
  • poynt off vu

L was started in 2003 by Jasubhai Digital Media(JDM) Pvt Ltd

ID L.

2.

  • A medical device used to immobilize cervical neck (spinal) fractures
  • A DC Comics superheroine, a gestalt of a newly-dead human body and an “Aurakle”, an energy-being resembling a sphere of iridescent color, discovered by Batman who recruits her for the Outsiders.
  • A computer interface technique that uses arcs to point users to off-screen locations
  • A gay bar in Washington, D.C.
  • A form of parachute jump
  • Mil Mi-26 or X, a heavy transport helicopter
  • A song by Machinehead album The Blackening
  • A fictional witness protection program in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
  • A film by Peter Jackson
  • Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, a pro baseball team
  • A BAE stealth aircraft under development for the RAF

All these share the name of a series of games for Windows, Xbox, Mac OS/X and Xbox 360. ID.

3. ID the game released by capcom:

Gamers play as the female protagonist Alice. Based on the game series, a movie trilogy was made (written by Paul W.S Anderson and produced by Sony), the heroine played by Milla Jovovich.

4. The original W is a robot forced to work at a B factory. He is the best B maker there. W starts growing bored of making Bs in a factory day in and day out. He hears a rumor that any W that makes it from the underground factory gets a wish. W, desperate to escape his job, sets out on a journey to the surface and to turn W’s into human W’s, using his wish. The only thing standing in his way is the factory security guards who will do anything to keep the factory working. He must go through level after level, finding the hidden door to the next while avoiding / destroying the security guards. All of us must have played this game (which is also named W) at least once, or seen it played. Which game?

5. P is depicted as a short, pudgy, Italian plumber who lives in the M Kingdom, where he is regarded as a hero; he is best known for constantly thwarting the plans of the evil King Bowser to kidnap Princess Peach and subjugate the M Kingdom. He is well known for his plucky personality, enthusiasm and spirit in the face of enemies, unexpected physical agility, cooperation with his brother, Q, and his close relationship with Princess Peach whom he has repeatedly saved. He has an evil doppelgänger by the name of R (If P is Anirudh, then R is Onirudh, ie. only the first letter differs in the two names). Another cult classic game. ID the game and also ID P and Q.

6.
Agence France-Presse – 1/18/2008 9:38 PM

Brazil bans popular video games seen to incite violence

Brazil this week imposed a ban on popular role-playing computer games “X” and “EverQuest,” claiming they incited violence and were “harmful to consumers’ health.” The federal prohibition on the sale of the games was being applied across the country, the official consumer protection agency in the central state of Goias said on its website Thursday. Both games allow players, typically teenage boys, to connect online to fantasy worlds where they interact with other players, form groups and carry out joint missions usually involving combat.

(Descriptive line of “X” in original article, deleted by the quizmaster)

An adapted version in Brazil permitted players to take on the perspective of either a police officer or a narcotrafficker in Rio de Janeiro’s infamously crime-ridden slums.

“EverQuest” is a swords-and-spells game in the mold of “Lord of the Rings” in which human or elvish or other imaginary characters go on joint adventures to gain treasure and increase their avatar’s abilities. Both began in 1999 and have since developed huge worldwide followings. Some psychologists have described them as addictive as drugs. A few players have turned professional, earning money from powerful characters they sell, or from the auction of hard-to-win virtual items. The ban was ordered in October 2007 by a Brazilian federal court, but was not immediately implemented. The judge, Carlos Alberto Simoes, ruled that the games encouraged “the subversion of public order, were an attack against the democratic state and the law and against public security.”

ID “X”.

ANSWERS

1. skoar!
2. halo, bungie studios
3. resident evil
4. bomberman
5. mario
6. counter-strike

CRACKINGS

1 vijayaraghavan
2 bhargava
3 vijayaraghavan, bhargava, sotti
4 bhargava
5 vijayaraghavan, bhargava, sotti
6 nobody

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6 thoughts on “G@me 0n!

  1. dojo says:

    The Gleiwitz incident….

    The fake attack on this Polish radio tower/station (engineered by the Germans to look like Polish Anti-German rabble rousers were behind the attack) was used as one of many reasons by Hitler and his crew to invade Poland in 1939.

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