SACRED ARMOUR OF ANTIRIAD REMAKE

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The Sacred Armour of Antiriad is an action game published by Palace Software in September 1986 for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computers. In the USA, the game was published by Epyx as Rad Warrior. The original game came with a 16-page comic book created by graphic artist Dan Malone.

In 2086, civilization destroys itself in a nuclear Armageddon, as two factions who both develop an anti-radiation battlesuit completely immune to conventional weapons go to war against each other when diplomatic peace talks break down. In the following millennia, the survivors develop into a hardy but peaceful race, living a quiet agricultural existence.

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Pirate Org

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>Creative Direction, 2D/3D Design, 2D/3D Animation: Daniel Wyatt
2D Artworking: Sophie Jones
Producer: JP Vergne (SSHRC grant for Western University / Ivey, Canada)
Script: Daniel Wyatt, Simon Thomson, JP Vergne
Voice Over: Melissa Chambers – Audio producer: Nick Flint
Sound Design: Arranged and edited by Daniel Wyatt
Music: Chevreuil, “L’Organisation Pirate”; Wikileax, remix of “L’Organisation Pirate”; and a 2 second sample from Beastie Boys, “Root Down” (1994, Grand Royal Records).

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Spy Radio

Since before the time of Sun Tzu, communications has played an important role in the collection of intelligence. With the advent of effective portable radio technology in the 1930’s, it became feasible for an operative to send and receive information quickly and independently from within enemy territory.

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The purpose of this research paper is to document facts, observations, anecdotes, and stories about clandestine radio equipment as used by the United States. The specific equipment presented here was chosen either because it had a major role in clandestine work, or because sufficient information was available to the author. Pictures and brief descriptions of additional equipment can be found in books by H. Keith Melton (see the Bibliography); and also at various sites on the World Wide Web.

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S.S. Tentacles Over XIX Century

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S.S. Tentacles Over XIX Century
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>July 13, 1793, when Carolina Corday stabbed Jacobin tribune John Paul Marat,
you can conventionally considered as the beginning of terrorism in society industrialism.
It is in this formation terrorism radiates a particularly lush.
Why? The causes are complex.
The power of the state and the complexity of its structure calls into question the chances of success of an uprising or a palace coup (were reminded of that even tirelessly Blanquists),
while the progressive breakdown of traditional ties pushes a unit (especially medium class, intellectuals and peasants) to individual action. Urban character of civilization, forced to engage in “guerrilla warfare” in the cities, which helps to technical progress.
Media, providing rapid and widespread information, create public opinion, and it allows terrorists from using “indirect strategy”.

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