Uriel's avatar


  • Warsaw, Poland
  • Joined Feb 14, 2004
  • 39 / M

Im game programmer/designer. Also im assistant professor at Polish-Japaneese Intitiute of Information Technology. And i teach game programming there (duh).

Our latest game is In Search for Lost Warsaw. Point & Click adventure game using orginal photos of old Warsaw. Polish language users only im affraid, due to licencing issues with city gov: www.poszukiwacze.waw.pl

Our other game is Cpt. Binary, grab it here - binarny.pjwstk.edu.pl/en and let me know what do you think. Its a tribute to Metal Slug.

I love good SF books (I dont like Fantasy since fantasy has no mechanics, everyone can write fantasy - yes i know it's not true but i love seeing fantasy maniacs boil) and decent action movies (or just any action movie with Arnie in it).

Computer games are my other hobby (now since its also my profession i can call it "overnight gameplay research" when i play whole night). I play TF2, Hearts of Iron, L4D (great game!) at the moment. Games that have warm spot in my heart are UFO: Earth defence (aka Enemy Unknown) and Fallout series (1 & 2, there are no other Fallout games). First game i ever played on computer was Gods. Second was Toki and thrid was Genghis Khan. Since then i prefer strategy games ;-). First game i ever bought for my own money was Civilization.

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phoniefly Jun 30, 2014

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VivisQueen Nov 24, 2010

PS to your PS. Jean Luc Picard is king. I will tolerate no less than absolute worship of Picard.

Also, Voyager is the one with the female captain. So I have no idea who you're talking about looking like Bush. Maybe you mean the newest series... can't remember what it was called it was so shit.

VivisQueen Nov 24, 2010

Germany has been fun so far, mainly because I've had a super suppportive family giving me a place to stay, helping me settle, showing me the surroundings etc. It's a gorgeously quiet area that looks almost exactly like where I come from in the UK. No problems yet except that public transport is extortionate. And the Germans eat a fuckload of bread. I mean it, bread for breakfast, bread for lunch, bread for dinner... luckily, their bread is AWESOME. Not cheapo stuff sucked of all its nutrients but thick, heavy, grainy bread or soft, snow-white fruity bread, or brown toasty olive bread. I mean, this shit is like gold. I'm eating a lot more meat as well. Sausages, bread, beer. That's Germany. Well, substitute the beer with fruit juice for me, because I'm a wimpy drinker. I drank like twice all the while I was in Ghana. I understand and speak German much better than Fante (the native language I could work with in Ghana). I actually understand German 95% but my speaking is still at 60% or so. Should be at 100% within a few months easy.

And thanks for the link! That is exactly the kind of thing I want to do. Walk around, see pretty sights, read lots, enjoy the sun, the beach, and then cycle on. I'm not the kind of holidayer who likes to get sun-burned and then destroy my eardrums in nightclubs. You know, like the skanky, overweight fugly tourists that Britain usually exports on a yearly basis to other unfortunate European countries.

VivisQueen Nov 24, 2010

Hey, by the way, I forgot to mention I'm now living in northern Germany! Been chatting to the family I live with and apparently it's really easy to march - er, I mean travel into Poland along the coast. I was thinking of cycling there at some point with a friend, visit your beautiful country. He's been before, to Warsaw, but I don't think he'd have done the cycling thing. I looked at a map and there's this big island along the border... Usedom. You know if it's got great sights or attractions?