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Erichermit

Erichermit

Member Since 16 May 2007
Offline Last Active Apr 12 2014 08:01 PM

Does this count?

12 April 2014 - 08:04 PM

Hey guys!

 

Many, many years ago I was very active in Runescape and I liked this community a lot. I was pretty always in the (unofficial) friend chat, for example. While I don't play Runescape anymore, and probably will never play again seriously (I might dabble in some permadeath questing here and there? I guess?) I remember a lot of the relationships I made here with various people to be very enjoyable.

 

If you remember me and would like to stay kept up with me or whatever, I'd definitely like to stay connected. Ideally you should add me on Twitter (@Erichermit) or Skype (erichermit).

 

I never made a farewell, so I guess this is technically a farewell. But also not really, because I left years ago.

 

I hope everything is going well for all of you.


Doing something weird

28 December 2013 - 04:40 AM

Hey! 

 

I'd like to announce that I am back, but only kind of sorta. 

 

I've lately been fiddling around with a character named "Mortal Eric." The premise is to aim for a Quest Cape while being totally DIY AND also being Permadeath. When I die for the first time on Mortal Eric, I will quit him forever.

 

I wont be online too terribly much, I'm quite busy with a lot of things. But you can probably find me on the HYT friends chat pretty easily, and I might make a couple posts here and there.

 

Wish me luck!


Luminux: Light Fusion

21 December 2013 - 02:42 AM


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Luminux is a frantic action puzzle game for Mobile and PC. We have set out to create a game that has extremely simple base mechanics while also giving the game a capacity for depth. The game is meant to reward quick thinking and quick reactions. Slow players will find that their opportunity for a well placed move has already passed if they take too long to act or decide upon it.
 
The very basic mechanics of the game involve setting up lines of 3 or more blocks ("Lums") of the same color, which will cause them to explode an award points. Points gained is exponential based on the number of blocks, however, so it is best to try to perform combinations of many blocks. It is even possible to explode multiple different colors at the same time through intelligent play.
 
By pushing for simplicity on the surface but depth behind the scenes, we hope to create a truly unique and interesting action/puzzle game.
 
Game Trailer: Luminux Trailer
 

Screenshots

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History
 
I (Eric Hornby) and my friend Joey Caero went to a Microsoft-sponsored hackathon competition at our university. After cooking up a very rough prototype of Luminux, which we then called "Project Tetra", inside of a 24-hour timespan we were fortunate enough to win first place in the competition. This victory inspired us to take on the monumental task of tackling Luminux for a true commercial release. I quickly grabbed an other friend who was a graphical designer, Cory Kocurek, and we began development.
 
While we all have a history of hobbyist game development, this is our first project together as a team and for each of us, a return to game design from a lengthy hiatus.
 
Contact
Please contact either via hornbyeric@gmail.com or support@pelagicgames.com
 

Erichermit's list of Sidequests and other Diversions

28 August 2009 - 08:37 PM

So you've got 99 in every skill and you don't know what to do? Or maybe you're just sick of training skills. Maybe you think that runescape is nothing but camping boss monsters, training skills, and pking? Or maybe youre just bored.



Or you're like me! A completionist! You see something you can max out and you go "Well hell I have to max that out!"



Either way, here's my personal giant list of things to do.



[ ] = denotes I haven't done it yet

[X] = denotes I have done it!



[X] Full Lumberjack

[X] 4000 Chompy Hat

[X] All of the Champion's Challenge

[X] Black Knight KC

[X] All God Spells

[X] Adze

[X] All Songs

[X] Full Kudos

[X] Full Rogue Clothing

[X] All Slayer Points Learning

[X] Wizard Burial

[X] Goblin Burial

[X] Rogue Trader

[X] Fire Cape

[X] Unlock Bones to Peaches

[X] Tarn's Lair

[X] Vampyre Killcount

[X] Scabarite Notebook

[X] Barbarian Notebook

[X] All God Books completed

[X] Return the Unfinished Astral Rune

[ ] All Circus Rewards

[X] Earned Rune Defender

[X] Earned Ghostly Robes

[X] Earned Shadow Sword

[X] Piety Unlocked

[X] Abyss Unlocked

[X] All Balloon Routes Unlocked

[X] Complete Barcrawl

[X] Unlock Mogres

[X] Defeat Bork

[ ] Unlock all Eagle Routes

[ ] All Slayer Trophies

[X] KBD Heads

[ ] KQ Head

[X] War Cheif Rank in Mobilising Armies

[ ] Full Void Ranger, Melee, and Mage

[ ] Void Mace

[ ] A full set of Naval Regalia

[ ] A full set of Runecrafting Robes

[ ] Earned full Agile



Now, when you're posting on my guide, I don't want to only just hear the regular opinions on this (as it isn't really a guide but I had no idea where else to put it.) Of course, I do want to hear that. But I'm more interesting in hearing what else you think fits here, and what you have done, and the best ways to do them. In your post, I think it'd be cool if you would include your own progress on this check list!

Star Ocean games

17 June 2009 - 08:10 PM

I'm interested in playing a Star Ocean game and Star Ocean 3 looks better than Star Ocean 2. Is it important to play 2 before 3, or are they all stand alone? Because if not I'll play 2 before 3 easily, unless 2 really sucks (which I doubt it does.)



Sorry if this post is a little small but I guess I don't have a lot to articulate here. simplified, if I go buy one Star Ocean game right now, should I buy Till the End of Time (3) or The Second Story (2)?