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We are migrating.

April 29, 2010

Or so my network savvy friend tells me.

On Saturday, the plan is to move the blog from WordPress onto a new URL that I registered a while back, and never got around to completing the website on. Because I’m a lazy bastard. The new location will most likely be the currently fictional and fantastical http://themachination.net/blog.html. Or something to that effect. Because we’re professional like that.

Anyway, expect an update tomorrow. Yep, it’s that adventure game thing that I promised from many moons ago. See, we do get around to this stuff. It just takes time, and sweet, sweet procrastination.

Anyway, to the morrow ladies and lads of the internet. Keep out of trouble, or whatever you kids are up to these days.

Miles

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The Machination is now website-equipped

October 22, 2009

It’s been a long week slaving over a hot computer in the thick of the school term, but I’ve managed to find the time to do something I’ve intended to do for a long time, publish my own website. Obviously this is only the beginning since I hardly think one title page constitutes a website, so expect plenty of more dazzling content in the future including a page on our current project, Silhouette and much more.

Be astounded, Our website damnit

Miles Newton – The Machination, creative director

News on Machinarium

October 19, 2009

Machinarium
I’ve just started playing a charming little adventure game called Machinarium by Czech developer Amanita Design , and I intend to write up a collaborative review on this when a friend of mine and myself can make time to complete the game around our hectic playboy lifestyles.
Until then you can tide yourself over with the demo that can be downloaded off Amanita’s website, or off Steam.

Happy gaming

Miles – The Machination, Creative director

Modern Warfare 2 on the PC postponed

October 8, 2009

The release of modern Warfare 2 has been delayed for the PC, and as can be assumed this contentious issue has been met with much vitriol from the PC gaming crowd. Now from what I can see, one of three things is happening here, Activision are either (more…)