Okay, so like many other people out there, I don’t always stick to reading and writing for entertainment.  I also watch T.V. shows, movies and occasionally play video games.

When I was younger(Before I started reading and writing 2 years ago rolfmao) I used to spend lots and lots of time playing video games.  Especially when I was really young.

Now, I’m not sure when exactly it was that I bought “Total Annihilation” and “Total Annihilation Kingdoms“, because it was like… forever ago.  The two games came out in 1997 and 1999 respectively, but I remember finding them in a bin for old games back when I  bought my very first, super-terribad computer about 10 years ago.(The one that died earlier this year was a really good computer from 10 years ago, which I bought after the first one stopped working.)

If you’re wondering why I’m talking about these things, it’s because a few days ago I suddenly discovered this website called “GoG.com“.  It’s having some kind of summer sale at the moment and loads of ancient games are super-cheap :P.

For those of you who have played games like TA and TA: K, you should know already that they come with map editors.  Making maps for these 2-dimensional games is kind of like painting a picture, except you can actually do something with it afterwards.

Anyway, here’s a link to a map I made the other day for Total Annihilation: Kingdoms… Because why not?  If I’m gonna make something, I might as well let other people play with it lol.  It’s not particularly amazing or impressive, but it is rather big compared to most of the normal maps.  Player 1 starts in a fort and has a huge advantage over everyone else, so it isn’t really meant to be used for multiplayer… Although, if you have the game, you can load it and edit it however you want lol.

Abaddon’s Keep