The World Wide Waves, a weekly article
Surfing the World Wide Web, a weekly article
[ The importance of a good title ] [ Increase your surfing speed ] [ Hotmail using an e-mail client ] [ Surfing The World Wide Waves, a weekly article, problems with e-mail security ] [ Which E-mail Account Should I Take ] [ Spam: Advertising Without Polluting ] [ Geocities: A Web Portal ] [ Dangers of Relying on one Website for all your Information ] [ ICQ (I seek you) ] [About Video Compression] [Ancient Worlds, an online community about ancient civilizations ][Seti At Home][1st page 2000][Computers playing with our emotions] [Nainwak] [The Flipside] [Nochicktrix] [Exploring discussion forums] [External capture devices] [Euro Datagrid project] [Telecom 2003] [High speed data transfer] [Telecom 2003 summary] [Peer to peer mobile telephony] [Nokia 7250i] [WIFI] [Earth Station 5] [Tim Berners Lee Knighted] [Link Validator] [Bittorrent technology] [WebCamFirst] [Yeti Sports] [Rate Me] [Nokia 3220] [Dancing Badgers] [pacific Nainwak] [Redbull Flash website] [KOrganiser] [Bittorrent] [Mercora] [Avid Free DV] [Warzabidul pour Kaland version 4.0] [WiFI] [Rumantsch on the web] [Being a student in 2004] [Make Love Not Spam] [Skype] [Orkut and internationalism] [The future of television watching] [Picasa 2 and Hello from Google] [mapping London] [An RSS aggregated world] [Distributed proofreading][The Myspace documentary ][Discussion Forum]
Surfing the World Wide Waves (WWW)
Pretending to be garden gnomes.
Nainwak, a game designed by University students is based around Garden Gnomes. They are divided into three camps, brave gnomes who are the goodies, rempant (rampant) which are the undecided and Sadiks. Every one has his own gnome and the aim of the game is to kill all the gnomes on the other side. Each time you kill a garden gnome you gain experience points (xp). As time continues you will rise to higher and higher levels and as this happens you will be able to improve four qualities, your life, strength, precision and intelligence.
What makes this game interesting is the humour of the names and the weapons. At biblionainwak you may see how many different versions of weapons and objects in general there are.
Another interesting feature of this game is the Météonainwak which gives a map of each world and shows where the most brave, sadik and Rampant gnomes there are. At the moment for example there are two wars being thought, one at Puit sans Squat and Arena where I can be found. Another interesting link is Spy Club, le village where by copying and pasting the code which appears at the top of your window in nainwak you are able to view the location of all the other players in the game.
Hope to add more with time, if you'd like to share your own mis fortunes then don't hesitate to contact me
Articles by Richard Azia unless otherwise indicated.
Other sections[My CV] [My calendar] [Video compression] Cinema studies [Video compression] [Surfing the World Wide Waves] [Environmental Systems] [Browse through this DVD collection] [What's new to the site] [The previous main page] [About this website]