Roll The Dice

June 8th, 2008 at 8:38 pm by Sean - Filed in Gaming + Still-Life

In the 1980’s millions of teenagers world-wide would battle dragons armed with just dice, paper and pens and embark on daring adventures:


In 1974 two men in the US Midwest, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, created Dungeons and Dragons, the first ever role-playing game.

A Perfect 10

May 27th, 2008 at 10:35 am by Sean - Filed in Gaming + Still-Life

Dominoes are believed to have originated in China in the 12th century, made their way to Europe in the 18th century, and are today popular around the world.


They are played by all ages, all races, and all nationalities.

Dominoes is considered to be the national game of many Latin American countries, and is a popular club game in Europe, and a hot party game in the United States.

Chess: Game Over

May 24th, 2008 at 9:36 am by Sean - Filed in Gaming + Life + Still-Life

You think girls can’t play chess? Try playing without your Queen:

Chess Pieces

Limited Edition Gold Nintendo 64

April 6th, 2008 at 9:14 pm by Sean - Filed in Gaming + Technology

I present to you the super rare, limited edition, the “Holy Grail” of the Nintendo collecting world, The Gold Nintendo 64 N64 game console system:

Plant Close Up

Along with the matching gold controller, which I have 3 of them:

Plant Close Up

I searched high and low for this system, and now I own one… and there was much rejoicing… yay!

Photographs taken using my Sony Digital Camera – Model DSC-H1.