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  • Poking and Prodding Wild Water Adrenaline

    This isn’t going to be the most in-depth piece I’ve ever written, as my interest only went so far with this one (I’m sure you can understand if you’re familiar with the title in question), but I thought I’d throw some of my findings out there just on the off-chance it’s useful.

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  • Welcome to the Library!

    If you’re on our Discord server, you’re probably already aware of this, but we’re happy to reveal a new section of The Data Dungeon, creatively dubbed the “Library”.

    For the library, we’ll be making various pieces of documentation and more, easily accessible for anyone to read and search online. Right now, you can find copies of earlier DirectX and MSDN documentation available, and we’ll aim to add and expand on it over time.

    You can find the new section here. We haven’t yet updated the homepage of The Data Dungeon to link to the library yet but will be doing so soon.

    As usual, if you have any feedback, you can submit it in the dedicated channel in our server.

  • Black9 Lives!

    Yesterday, Dink, a user on the Hidden Palace Discord, posted a link to a build of Black9 which had seemingly been uploaded to anonymously just some days prior. If you didn’t know already, I’d written a short piece about Black9 back in 2018 (yikes, time flies), so it was really exciting to finally have an opportunity to see what the game actually looked and played like.

    But nothing is ever quite that simple, is it?

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  • An Odd World; Oddworld Stranger's Wrath Prototype

    In April, in the Hidden Palace Discord server, a user with the handle ‘Sgabbit’ asked about the Oddworld Stranger’s Wrath prototype that had been shown on the YouTube channel PtoPOnline. Unfortunately, many years later, it still wasn’t publicly available.

    Aiming to change that, we decided to make an offer to the individual behind the channel, and after acquiring some better capture equipment and sending our Xbox off to have more RAM soldered onto the motherboard, here we are today!

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  • A look at our data storage methods

    Hey there, Daniel here. Among other things, I help out with some of the sysadmin type stuff around here.

    This article is a bit different to what we usually post - its a behind-the-scenes look at how we handle our data storage needs, ensuring our collection is backed up and nothing is ever lost or corrupted.

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