If you need replacement screws for the bottom panel – the original ones are quite soft – I used Sheet Metal Screw #4 x 3/8″ (Type A) You can find this at Home Depot. The head doesn’t really matter. Top – original screw, Bottom – one from Home Depot. Some modders will try to sell you… Continue reading Hori Real Arcade Pro (R.A.P.) VX SA (Xbox 360) – Bottom panel screws
My second WinJS app is now in the store.
This one’s for 8.1 only!
Before I begin, it’s probably worth mentioning while I’m a Microsoft employee, this is a personal blog. You might have noticed that OneNote notebooks stored on SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro tends to sync down to your computer as “Internet Shortcut”. It’s basically a short cut to the URL somewhere on skydrive.com. You’re probably asking why –… Continue reading Do a local backup of OneNote notebooks on SkyDrive
http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/app/dominion-shuffler/2c95e635-bd65-4878-9e8c-ab2db19ab16f This was actually released to the store about a month ago, I just forgot to put up an entry for it. It was yet another weekend project that took slightly longer than a weekend. This was written in WinJS. I used my Surface RT and my desktop computer as test platform, but I’m sure… Continue reading Release of Dominion Shuffler, Dominion deck randomizer app for Windows 8 / RT
I saw a few videos on YouTube of people playing Tetris Grand Master 2 and Pop’n Music at Full Tilt Ice Cream in Ballard, WA. So I decided to go there to check it out today. When I walked in, I saw a Ms. Pac Man cabinet, and the two machines pictured above. Walk in… Continue reading A trip to: Full Tilt Ice Cream in Ballard
Here’s some useless trivia for Pump It Up. Pump It Up, a DDR clone by Korean company Andamiro, was released in October 1999. Couple months later in December, Andamiro released a 2nd version, Pump It Up: The 2nd Dance Floor. The sequel contained a hidden song called Extravaganza. Here’s how to access it: On the… Continue reading Completely Useless Rhythm Game Trivia: Extravaganza
After several months in Canada, I’m back in Seattle. I searched a lot to find out how Gameworks has changed since last year, but I found nothing, so here’s a post after a visit so people can find their way through search engines. This post is about Gameworks in downtown Seattle, WA. Gameworks has DJMAX… Continue reading State of Rhythm Games in Seattle Gameworks