A password manager.
A password manager.
Laser things, move things, push things and find your way through semi-puzzle stuff.
Not open-world, and definitely "on rails", but it does give a lot of power to the user as to how to fart around to progress.
While overall good, the controls are wonky and cliffs are obnoxious. There should be no falling off mechanic and the game should instead dangle the player for a moment and never let them fall.
Properly titled Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers
A video hosting website.
I like it in general.
To get a basic idea of their mood: https://vid.me/9kcR
A set of exercises created by practicing psychology clinicians and academics, demonstrated to improve lives.
People who spend time writing carefully about themselves become happier, less anxious and depressed and physically healthier. They become more productive, persistent and engaged in life. This is because thinking about where you came from, who you are and where you are going helps you chart a simpler and more rewarding path through life.
A rather obvious topic that I didn't find good resources for when I was first interested in my shakuhachi. It got shelved for a long time because of that.
This topic isn't about the other necessary things:
Other shakuhachi terminology.
If you can't put the flute to your mouth and make a decent note quite quickly, you probably aren't ready for anything more than Mary Had a Little Lamb and maybe not even that, yet. This is fine; accept your limitations so you have some place to set goals from.
TODO - The mage counts, even if a star mage
Improve the Star Mage - a cleric, maybe other stuff.
TODO - the Female Cleric has the Mage and Knight under her. Consider a melee..
This is a work in progress.
Yes, it's a very old game, but I decided to make a little project out of it so I don't miss out on unlocking anything and I otherwise have an efficient path for my characters.
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A tool to make it ridiculously easy to not just find and edit broken links, but has other features to apply to them, like changing their style.
Recommended by Internet Archive, which is good enough for me.
A straightforward GUI text editor.
I really only use it because I can pipe text into it.