KESIEV

Tu costruisci robot / belli geniali 

NORIMAKI

pero' / tutti senza qualche rotella

10, 10, 10!

Tighty Deadline

A puzzle/arcade about level design. Easy is hard to design.

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Wright! Magazine

A thoughtful full-stack reimplementation of gaming in 80's and 90's.

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Atwenture

An open-sourced surreal social-collaborative Twitter-based text adventure that changes unpredictably.

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The Last Of At

A Fanfictional Tribute Survival Roguelike in 1K of JS.

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Gamecora TV

A HTML5/JS/CSS3 TV about gaming that goes to the sources. Nobody in the middle.

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JSTV Suite

Make your own TV Channel with HTML5/JS/CSS3. The Gamecora TV heart.

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HotGun

You don't have any index. Pick a weapon and hunt data by yourself. Introducing the First Person Search Engine.

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KWGN

KesieWoolf Gaming Network is just a personal catalogue of my and my GF's videogames. Except for his look, behaviour and contents that are like a real gaming site. (Italian only)

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Magaka

Magaka is an opensource javascript engine that allows to create modern digital magazines using open web technologies.

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VanillaOS

Do you think that scrollviews are the vanilla of mobile apps? Taste this javascript implementation.

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Meltingbot

Meltingbot is a magazine about. REST calls, rectangle packing and CSS transformations mixed together.

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Akihabara

Pixelated indie-style videogames for your browsers and touch devices using HTML5, Javascript and nothing more!

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StripThis!

Web. Comic. For real. Create simple webcomics actually made with web and write them like blogging.

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Kesiev Chiefs

A Ruby media player in 300 lines of code

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About me

About me and my life.

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WTF?

A (unfinished) manga about... well... videogames!

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Ichigo

A strawberry flavoured package manager for linux. Your tiny Gentoo.

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Something White

Un libro di Bianca Brenna

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Grow

You feed. It grows. An unfinished project store/blog. And a full featured JS blog.

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Kitty

A podcast (DTV, Yahoo! Podcast and more) client for KDE written in C++!

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Noribasic

A basic simulator for Firefox! A real tribute to the old Commodore 64!

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Kemail

A GMail clone in PHP/MySQL! - DEAD -

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Kiobashin

A kioslave that creates virtual filesystems using bashscripts under KDE!

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Norifeeder

An RSS Aggregator written in Javascript that simply works. For some technical limit, a PHP proxy with time-limited cache was added.

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Nori Nori Block

Nori Nori Block is online multiplayer tetris with statistics, custom game modes and more!

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JJogle

A search engine for real good words - by JJ!

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Kaffepot

A (old and unfinished) manga by KesieV. (Storyboard by Posixe/Lucio)

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Jubble Bobble

A full featured clone of Bubble Bobble for Siemens Java phones.

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Nori Nori Revolution

A DDR style game from the old kesiev.com site.

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Kesievaders

A Space Invaders clone from the old kesiev.com site.

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Io, Io, Io!

GTV is like Git-TV

2013-04-03 21:38:58

Gamecora TV (Link) and the whole JSTV Suite (Link) is now on GitHub (Link) in order to make patch publishing faster - especially for Aggro.
Now you can checkout Aggro and use it for testing via a custom not-committable configuration file. It should make easier to work on it and commit everything blindly without committing the whole cache directory and personal Twitter keys, hash salt values etc.
Yesterday evening I've also improved z-index handling in title screen and textstreams and RSS feed parsing due to bug reports - RSS from gaming scene are using any type of standard and not-so-standard :)

Anyway, everything is there now. Have fun!

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Gamecora TV and JSTV Suite

2013-04-01 16:40:30

After a month and something, another project reached the bottom.
Well... it took quite a long time but with a reason: this time is a two-men triple-project.
After days talking about gaming and internet information, after reading this (Link) we came out with our personal solution: Gamecora TV (Link).
It picks a lot of stuff from direct sources of gaming scene, mix them and fill Javascript/CSS3 based TV shows. Yeah, I like nonsense.
How it works? JSTV (Link), a JSON-driven opensourced Javascript/CSS3 scene player.
And how it mixes? Aggro and JSTVC, a server-side newsfeed/Twitter aggregator and a client-side content-to-show converter that's opensource too.

I'm forgetting anything? TECHNOBABBLE! HTML5 video playback and workers, CSS3
styles and transitions, touchscreen support bla bla.

The happy Gamecora TV, JSTV, JSTVC and Aggro family has suprisingly father and mother: this time a good part of the project (data collecting, design, TV programs planning) is here thanks to Bianca Brenna. No hope to reach the end without her work.

That's all. Just point your browser to the real thing. Happy watching! (Link)

Notes: we're using it for making cyclette better.

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Akihabara and Magaka commits

2013-02-03 11:04:17

...but nothing groundbreaking. :)
After a clever suggestion of a Njy, a friend who is working on Magaka (Link), I decided to refresh a bit the page loading code which was sadly synchronous.
Meanwhile, since I've refreshed a bit my (little) knowledge of GIT and his command line, I checked out Akihabara too (Link) and improved WiiU support, which is testable on the demo pages - just have a look to the settings page before playing.

ATM GIT versions of Akihabara/Magaka are different from their stable versions since I haven't enough time to test them again everywhere so let me know if you've done some tests, whenever were OK or wrong :)

Thanks!

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About me

I'm Francesco and I should be 39 years old now. Should be because this age is calculated by three lines of code and I could be dead now and this code can run forever. Never mind. I love computers and computer programming. I play videogames since the first day of the Atari age in Italy and I love them when are made by people. And this happens quite often, since there isn't - when I'm writing these lines - a machine which programs itself at this level of complexity - however should be interesting. How can be a self-programmed videogame? Something like Nethack? I love drawing manga, opensource and everything else is indie and made with love. Oh, I also love alive things. Bianca. But, seriously, we are in a world where machines sings that are Still Alive, so we can love everything. I also love friends. I've just a few of these little things and most of them are just chat contatcts. Who cares? Computers are made by people, used by people and transfer data made by people (eventually formatted to justified text by machines) so I'm (we're - as human) everywhere. And I love writing fuzzy things about technology, friends and me, if is alive. And I just love things? No. I hate the half of the things I've not listed here. If this was a classic personal blog of some frustrated teenager I should put you in the bad half. Cheese. You probably are in the good one - according my site stats.

Contacts

Mail: kesiev

AIM: kesiev

ICQ: 107199617

Skype: mrkesiev

Twitter: kesiev

RSS/Content: here

RSS/Comments: here

RSS/Shoutbox: here

Links

The Joseph Marquis Hut
The south side of the nerdness!

Something White
Bianca's website.

SyslogIZE
Ize/LordZe and his hypertech blog!

Weow
Azim, re-re-re-re-reloaded.

Stairbros
Remakes, freeware games and developer's stuff!

Shoutbox

Shoutbox is now closed! :(

KesieV at 2011-06-26 10:18:15

Thank you very much, Eduardo!

Eduardo Gonçalves, M at 2011-06-26 02:50:34

I loved the concept of VanillaOS, and HTML/CSS/JS stuffs

Steveo at 2011-06-21 20:28:21

How do you add links with Magaka pages?

KesieV at 2011-06-07 13:01:19

I sadly discovered this sad sad truth this morning. Fiddled with parameters but with very poor results. I want my Opera back! :)

masnguyen at 2011-06-07 12:35:44

Your Akibahara run slow like 5fps on 3DS, but... its run :D