Ever wondered what happened after Doc. Brown went away in Back to the Future – Part III? Well apparently I had a game in my backlog called Back to the Future: The Game by Telltale Games which does exactly that. It picks up after Part III and continues the adventures of Marty and Doc.
it using the extra hints turned on, since I just wanted to experience it as a
nice movie like game, sipping some juice and taking the story in. Completing
the 5 episodes will take you around 2 hours each, so a full day of gaming (or
perhaps a weekend) and you can experience what is essentially Back to the
Future – Part IV.
The game uses many of the original actors and locations, but not Michael J. Fox, whose role was filled by A.J. Locascio who – in my opinion – did an excellent job. However when I finally finished the last episode, it did put a smile on my face seeing that Michael was part of the final episode.
So if you
are looking for a nice interactive like movie game and really want to know what
happens after Part III, this game is really worth your time.
For a while I’ve been looking at a card based RPG game and stumbled upon Expedition: a roleplaying card game. Sadly I missed the Kickstarter, but they organized a contest to write a quest for the game. The winners would either receive $50 or two copies of the game.
So I thought, why not? You can always try right? So I locked myself up for a long weekend and started writing / programming.
As I’m also a Dungeon Master and hosted a couple of campaigns, my main goal was to re-write one of them for the game, though since the deadline I had to commit myself to only a few (starting) quests. I was very pleased with the result I achieved in such a short time and the judges agreed, since I’ve won the contest!
Now I’m already pondering on what campaign to re-write next… what to write next…
Got some spare time during the day and thought I’d work on one of my first amibtions and that is learning Python. Why you may ask? Well I work in the world of data and the next set of skills I need to develop / work on, are R (for statistics) and Python. Once I’ve mastered these on an intermediate level (I think?) I can begin with Machine Learning and move on from there.
To start learning, I’ve acquired the book Automate the boring stuff with Python by Al Sweigart.
Will update you lot as things progress!