Trailblazer The Secret Sharer

nsaxio

Trailblazer The Secret Sharer

SOURCE.

>While most of the N.S.A. was reeling on September 11th, inside SARC the horror unfolded “almost like an ‘I-told-you-so’ moment,” according to J. Kirk Wiebe, an intelligence analyst who worked there. “We knew we weren’t keeping up.” SARC was led by a crypto-mathematician named Bill Binney, whom Wiebe describes as “one of the best analysts in history.” Binney and a team of some twenty others believed that they had pinpointed the N.S.A.’s biggest problem—data overload—and then solved it. But the agency’s management hadn’t agreed.

Continue reading “Trailblazer The Secret Sharer”

TrailBlazer Remake

blazing

>Trailblazer is a video game that requires the player to direct a ball along a series of suspended passages. Released originally by Gremlin Graphics for the Commodore 16/Commodore Plus/4, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit and Amstrad CPC in 1986 (there was also an enhanced version on Amstrad CPC 3″ disc) it was subsequently ported in its original form to the Amiga and Atari ST.

It returned again in 2005 on the Gizmondo handheld games console.[1]

The game can be played either in time trial or arcade mode. The music in the background matches the gameplay with its electronica genre. Races are quite brief and usually last between 15 and 45 seconds. Special fields on the track let the ball jump, slow down, speed up or warp speed the ball, invert the controls or are holes.

>SOURCE.

>Blazing Trails II is a reimagining of an 8-bit game TrailBlazer. You must guide your quantum space ball across a series of drifting tracks whilst battling against meager time limits and limited jumps. Blazing Trails II uses modern graphics techniques and a realistic physics engine to bring a fresh feel to an old game!

Continue reading “TrailBlazer Remake”

%d bloggers like this: