Five Games, Five Generations

So before I get started, where the crap have I been? Well, after that last post on 11/16/18 I ran out of pictures and time to post anything more. The joys of helping run a family during the holidays. It’s been a rough couple of months.

I mean, it’s taking me almost a month to get to looking at this tweet we’ll get to into a moment.

Now, if you don’t follow this guy’s blog about gaming yet, I’d highly recommend heading his way. You can find him over at Adventure Rules.

So this challenge was to pull five games from five different generations (and challenge five people, which I’ll leave alone).

A tweet wouldn’t do my response justice, hence why I’m here.

You want generations of gaming? I’ve got generations of gaming.

Let’s get started!

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Sharing Stellaris Races (Plantoids and Vulcans)

So one of the neat things about Stellaris are the custom races that you can create.

Well, if you’re going to use what I’ve created, then I need to share what I have DLC wise.

So if you have all these checkboxes checked, you can make what I’ve created exactly.

There unfortunately isn’t a very nuanced way of exporting your races in Stellaris.

The first choice, if you have multiple computers or you’re entering the galaxy at large for the first time with friends, is to simply go to one of the following place (Mac or PC) and sharing this file:

Documents/Paradox Interactive/Stellaris/user_empire_designs.txt

The problem is, what happens if your friends are also making custom races too?

Annoyingly, you’re going to be relegated to sharing screenshots of the setup screens, or a video.

To that end, enjoy my two custom races!

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Ready for Civ VI (Beyond Earth Achievements)

After doing all the yard work today I was exhausted. Probably because I stayed up late in Overwatch and got rank 43… and quickly dropped to 39. :p

Anyway, I usually show off my WoW achievements on twitter so I thought for all these Steam Achievements from Civilization: Beyond Earth (Rising Tide) I’d offer a quick gallery.

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