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The Basement's Masoct - Spotlight on 3D Pony Creator by PonyLumen

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Hello Dwellers and Welcome To The Basement...

So I've been looking at different things to create a 'mascot' for the basement... and then I stumbled across the 3D Pony Creator (found at http://ponylumen.net/games/3d-pony-creator/) which was made by PonyLumen. It's an awesome little tool to create model of a Pony, with quite a lot of customization. If you are a brony, or just looking to see what you can create, be sure to check it out.

And so here's the mascot... a Mech Pony which has no name as of yet...














The Dark Knight Returns - Comics From The Basement

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Hello and Welcome to Comics From The Basement…

Today my cousin Elissa is getting married and of course I’m going to be in attendance… not wearing this mind you, this episode was recorded yesterday (hence the date at the start of the video)

But on this joyous day… a comic book is being put through the grinder that is my biased  point of view, and even though I’ve been called a corporate sell out, no one has paid me any anything… except attention when it comes to the occasional ‘like’, ‘dislike’, ‘subscriber’ or comments on my videos.


This week’s comic… is one that I consider the biggest burden on the Batman franchise… the one that basically made it ‘Batman is the most over-powered, over-rated superhero of all time’… I am of course talking about Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns…

Now here me out, I am no fan of Frank Miller, but I like some of his stuff, particularly with Daredevil… but this story, which was a four-issue mini-series released in 1986, has been like a noose around th…

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle - Lets Play & Review

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Hello Dwellers & Welcome To The Basement!

Last week, I did the 'retro-look' at four Sonic The Hedgehog Games released for the Genesis back in the 1990s, and I figured why look at my classic games, after all, Steam has 5 packs of Sega Mega-Drive & Genesis Classics, and so it could be fun to look back at what-once-was. And for the sake of simplicity, why not do the games in Alphabetical order? Sounds like a plan to me! At least it did when I got the sudden idea for a 'Sega Saturday Night'... or a 'Sega-Day Night?'... yeah that's a terrible name... which I might call this series

Anyway, this weeks game is Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle, which was released in February of 1989... my brother wasn't even born yet when this game came out, and I will admit, I did not play this game until tonight. So for me, it was a totally new experience. The game (via a PC), looks pretty good, and the sound quality is decent, and there is a slight learning curve wi…