The project PW Hex Gen is coming to a completed state, where things I add after that will be after the official v1 release. So, yay for that! I’m pre-allocating space for it to be linked here. Project: NRG’s Perfect World Hex Generator Language: C#.NET 2.0 Project Members: Nicholas Grant “Goodlookinguy” Version: 1.0 ETA: 2/9/2011, […]
I noticed a huge amount of queries (or searches) that are bringing people here are for Game Maker. I’ve never used, supported the use of, or even talked about game maker. Hopefully this will immediately turn you back so you don’t waste your time here.
Well, it’s not quite the New Year for me yet. It’s still New Years Eve. But I might as well post this, even if no one responds. I still see all of the people wandering onto my site who silently go around and/or leech my files. I watch my site logs you know… anyways, my […]
Well, Merry Christmas or whatever holiday you’re celebrating. I’ll be busy for a bit until the new year. Then I’ll be back on track, working on projects.
Update 9/6/2013: Well, since I’m so busy, no new version yet…still… Also, people keep asking where to get it. Go to my projects page in the links above. Update 1/22/2013: A new version is on the way. So expect it. It’s not just updated from the old version, it’s rewritten entirely. The source will be […]
I uh, hmm, I’ve had this program up for quite some time. Never posted anything about it except on this one particular forum. So here, the binary converter tool version 2.2.1. http://nrgs.org/bit.html NOTE: I uh, somehow managed to write the ASCII to Unicode and Unicode to ASCII string conversion backwards. So…I’ll fix it […]
I was originally unsure about altering a Japanese character recognition helper I had made to make it so that people could use it online. But, its come to my attention that I could up my site’s rank. So…in a few days, it’s likely it’ll suddenly appear available for use online here. The screenshot here is […]
I just wanted to write a little something here about my first experience going out very early in the morning to a store. The store was Bestbuy, the weather, thirty-two degrees. I stood in a line that was stretching long past the stores front entrance with my brother. The people, standing, freezing, breathing each others […]