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Caricature – Slank

19 September 2009

Caricature
By : Slank

I feel good
I feel so happy
I got you beside me
But I’m useless to you babe
And the future going sceptic

Caricature
Caricature
It’s not real
It’s not real
Caricature
Caricature
It’s fake
It’s fake
Caricature
Caricature
It’s not real
It’s not real
Caricature
Caricature
It’s somebody

You feel good
You’re grateful glad
When I envy in you may
But you forced me to be like that
And the future going sceptic

Caricature
Caricature
It’s not real
It’s not real
Caricature
Caricature
It’s fake
It’s fake
Caricature
Caricature
It’s not real
It’s not real
Caricature
Caricature
It’s somebody
Yeah!!!

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Devilinu (Devil In You) – Slank

19 September 2009

Devilinu (Devil In You)
By : Slank

The longer I hang out with you
The more my head spins round and round
Can’t keep both feet on the ground
You got the devil in you

Always sucking up to you
Only makes me look like a fool
There’s a sweet my mind
You got the devil in you

We’re different you and I
Can’t stay together forever (foooreveeer…)
We’re just so un-alike
So don’t fool around again, OK!

Being mixed-up with you
Has made my whole world gone crazy
Dries up all my thoughts
You got the devil in you
You are troubled as you
You got the devil in you

We’re so different you and I
Can’t stay together forever (foooreveeer…)
We’re just so un-alike
So don’t fool around again, OK!

Being mixed-up with you
Has made my whole world gone crazy
Dries up all my thoughts
You got the devil in you
You are troubled as you
You got the devil in you

Ice Age 3 “Dawn of the Dinosaurs” – The Game

11 July 2009

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Review
A perfectly acceptable purchase… if you’re a little kid.
by Greg Miller

Preview 1

Preview 1


July 8, 2009 – Yeah, believe it or not there’s a third Ice Age movie in theaters, and that means that there’s yet another film-inspired videogame for you to sit down with. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs lets you play as your favorite fuzzy critters from the movie and provides you with a tale that complements the movie — generally, you’re playing the parts of the film that weren’t shown in theaters.

Is it a Game of the Year contender? No, but Ice Age shouldn’t be written off as movie cash-in, either.

Time to make the dinosaurs extinct… again.

Classifying the gameplay can be a bit difficult. In the beginning, it’s pretty much a straight platformer with you taking Sid the Sloth through the paces — baby-proofing the wooly mammoth nursery, battling hedgehog-looking dudes, and collecting fruit to be used as currency. However, the deeper you get, the more there is to do. Later levels have you playing in a shooting gallery where you blast passing dinos with your plant shooter, flying pterodactyls in massive dogfights as Buck, and plowing through side-scrolling levels as Scrat.

This variety is appreciated and a nice change of pace, but in the end it won’t do much for the older players among us because the game’s pretty frickin’ easy. You have a health meter in the upper-left corner that’ll deplete when you get hit or whatever, but there are plenty of strawberries to pick up to refill that meter as well as the ability to purchase upgrades. From there, it’s just hitting bad guys, learning where to roll your egg so you don’t die, and so on.

The fact that there isn’t any challenge to the game makes the title a bit ho-hum, and that feeling isn’t helped by the fact that the story is all over the place. If you haven’t seen the latest movie, you’re not going to fully understand what’s going on here. Each level opens with the camera set on some cave drawings depicting the events of the film while Sid and Diego tell the story to the baby wooly mammoths. Usually they do a super-summary of the movie part and then pitch it to whatever videogame event was supposed to be happening at the same time. If you’ve seen the flick, that’s great; if not, you might be lost because no one’s ever really introduced that well and sometimes it’s hard to see how your videogame event fits in with the bigger picture; Diego’s pretty much a forgotten story thread, but that might be for the best because his voice-a-like is so bad.

Another stumbling block for this title is repetition. Having to roll an egg down a snowy mountain via Sid’s logrolling-like skills is fun enough, but having to do it three different times back to back to back is a bit much. Individual levels limp on like this as well — I have to shoot down 25 pterodactyls, 10 eyeballs, and fly through 10 smoke rings? How many times to I have to shoot this rock above the final boss? Let me finish the game already!

Fire Makes It Better

Fire Makes It Better


Of course, most of these concerns won’t be an issue for this game’s target audience (see: short attention span-packing kids). Chances are, the wee ones will be so excited to have control of Manny and the gang that they’ll ignore the fact that the characters are prone to float over surfaces, some of the voice-a-likes are pretty bad (although John Leguizamo, Ray Romano, and Queen Latifah are here), and that fighting a medium-sized dinosaur boils down to circling and shooting ad nauseam. Still, I wouldn’t be surprised if some kids were a bit put off by the default keyboard and mouse controls at first. Rather than tell you to hit a certain button in the tutorial, Ice Age uses symbols such as a fist for attack or an exclamation for interact. That’s fine, but there’s no easy to see key for what the symbols mean. When I first started playing, I though the game had frozen because it was showing the exclamation mark and telling me to do “that” to talk to a character. When I hit the exclamation mark on the keyboard, nothing happened. Eventually, I stumbled into it by hitting random keys. The instruction manual tells you what buttons do what, but who want to read? Why not just show me the correct keys? Luckily, the game supports the Xbox 360 controller and that tutorial tells you the actual buttons to press.

Even if the game’s disjointedness gets you down, you can take the gameplay elsewhere. There are a number of challenges for you to tackle, which are races to see how fast you can get through a level with just one life to live. On top of that, there’s actually a healthy sampling of multiplayer modes for you and your kiddie friends to try out. These eight modes — Sloth Barge (knock your ball-rolling opponent off the platform), Dino Stomp (have colored the most tiles by the end of a game), etc. — each have a bunch of different variations and are available for between two and four players but you’ll need the appropriate number of controllers to play. Again, a game of Sloth Says isn’t the most difficult thing in the world, but if your child is all about Ice Age, this is definitely a good way for him or her to kill some time with their friends. Plus, it keeps them from doing drugs and dropping out of elementary school… probably.

Closing Comments
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is a game that should satisfy the franchise’s young fan base. It’s got the characters they know and love, it’s got a bunch of different gameplay types bundled together to keep hold of short attention spans, and it shouldn’t be too difficult. Still, the game probably won’t appeal to players outside of that limited demographic — it’s way too easy, characters float on top of stuff, some of the voices are annoying, and so on. I personally enjoyed the variety of gameplay and chasing the the best times in the challenge modes, but I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone but an Ice Age super-fan under the age of 10.

DoTA Map 6.61 6vs6 Downloads

11 July 2009

This is a new map before the AI map from BuffMePlease coming. This is a cool map, 12 player slots available!!! check this out!!! DoTA Map 6.61 6vs6

DoTA Map 6.61 6vs6

DoTA Map 6.61 6vs6

The One Who Fall

3 July 2009
I am the Superman…
Help other who needed…
Saving lives…
And not telling lies…

I am the Superman…
Tender and gentle to those who cries…
Rigid and strong a fighter of crimes…
The one and only, I’m the Superman…

The strongest, the fastest, the best…
With none knows my true self…
I cry only before the only sun in sky…
I cogged only in the embrace of morning fog…
No one hear my madness…
No one care for my sadness…

The Strongest Man On Earth, but dying in solitude…

Why Do They Call It LIFE

3 July 2009
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Why do they called it life
If it is so painfull

Why do they called it life
If what exist tomorrow is a mistery

Why do they called it life
If full with sorrows

the y called it life so u can learn
to overcome your pain so u r stronger
to solve the misteries so u can evolve
to feel the sorrows so you can feel happyness

Life is cruel u know… but it worth fighting for… just like love…

Wanita Tua

3 July 2009

Hey wanita,
Kau bodoh atau apa…
Kenapa kau nikahi si duda?
Hey wanita,
Kenapa kau tetap setia, meski sering kau disakiti anak2nya,
Dan diasingkan oleh cucu-cucunya,
Entah apakah kau bodoh atau memang setia…
Entah apakah kau masokis atau memang pencinta…

Hey wanita
Sekarang kau jadi janda,
Tapi kenapa tetap kau jaga anak-anaknya?
Dan pelihara cucu-cucunya.
Tanpa satupun kaudapatkan keturunan darinya.

Jelang subuh, saat para ustadz belum terjaga,
Kau tarikan lengan keriputmu tuk sambal petis dan sayur selada.
Apakah yang ada dikepalamu, sering coba kuterka,
Dan kini kau hanya hadir dalam kenangan transenden saja.
Karena memang hidup terbatas masa,
Semoga, kau tersenyum disana.

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