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Wednesday, May 26, 2010


When I made the page of other ragdoll games I said I didnt really get used to Toribash.Well I spent a little time on it and,even though I'm terrible at it,I understand how to play it.Once you spend a little time on it you will get the basics at least and then the more time you put in obviously the better you get at it.It is actually pretty fun and as I said before,it is free.Youtube has many tutorials on how to play and do certain moves.Also there are different mods that come with the game.Download it at

Monday, May 24, 2010


Thursday, May 20, 2010

My second Pivot animation.This is slightly smoother and better than my last one.I made this one around the same time as my last one.

A short Pivot animation i made a long time ago.Its pretty bad because i just started Pivot when i made this.I havn't made a Pivot video in a long time so i dunno if i am any better now.Leave a comment on what u think.

What is Pivot?

Pivot Stickfigure Animator is a Windows freeware application that allows users to create stick-figure animations, and save them in the animated GIF (Graphics Interchangeable Format) format used on web pages and, which can also be converted into videos using other software, such as Windows Movie Maker.Pivot provides a simple, easy to use interface with a few features. It uses fixed length 'sticks' to ensure size consistency during animation.Animations created within Pivot are uploaded frequently to the well known video forum, YouTube but there are also other sites that allow the sharing of Pivot Project Files (.piv) or (.stk).
Although Pivot was compiled only for the Windows environment, many have found success running Pivot in Linux and Mac using WINE. Because Pivot doesn't utilise many other DLL experienced users have been able to run Pivot in very stripped down or older Windows environments.

You can download pivot from the following sites: