In App Purchases: Why I Have No Problem With Them

We live in a different gaming industry compared to what we had ┬ámany, many years ago. Back in the day, there was no such thing as "downloadable content," there were expansion packs that you bought at the store. There also was nothing that you could buy to supplement your gameplay experience, but there were cheat codes. Nowadays, extra content and supplements are usually found in the form of in app purchases in games. Many developers, notably Zygna, noticed the power of IAP's early on with their Facebook and mobile games, and many other developers have followed suit and have added them in their games. While they typically are a huge success for developers, many gamers find them insulting and have thoughts against the in app purchases. Personally, I have no problems with them. However, I am not everyone. As one person, I do not represent the entire gaming community. I…

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WhatPulse – The Only Keylogger You Ever Want

Keyloggers. What a scary term in the current day of computers and the internet. Commonly used by ┬áhackers to figure out what keys you are entering to log into say... your PayPal and ripping your password right out of it to make their own transactions with your money. Yup scary. You wouldn't ever consider downloading one for yourself though, would you?! I did. WhatPulse is an interesting piece of software that securely logs your keypresses, mouse clicks, etc. all for your personal enjoyment. Curious how many times you've hit your spacebar throughout today, last week, or even your entire life? What Pulse will tell you just that! I've been using WhatPulse for over 5 years now as a fun little way to just see what I do when I'm on the computer. Back then, the software is in its infancy, only tracking basic statistics such as key presses. Nowadays, it…

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Welcome to my new blog & website!

Hello everyone! Welcome to Mudry.Me, which will take place as my new website, blog, portfolio, etc. Unlike my Tumblr blog, which is a lot more general and contains a lot of various content, this will focus primarily on anything new I create and am working on. I'll be sure to keep it as up to date as I can and also attempt to put some blog posts up about developing games, running websites, and my general life. Until then, I hope everyone has a great day while I update this website! -Nick

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