1. Meanwhile - Seen and Unforeseen | 2. Lumos Flies - ALL CAPS | 3. Hermione’s Song (You & Me) - Oliver Boyd and The Remembralls | 4. Accio Love! - Ministry of Magic | 5. Maybe Tomorrow - The Remus Lupins | 6. Kiss Me (Hermione’s Lament) - The Brothers Black | 7. Hey Hey Ron - The Hermione Crookshanks Experience | 8. Accompany Me - Seen and Unforeseen | 9. The Meaning of Lonely - Oliver Boyd and The Remembralls | 10. So This Is It (Taking off that locket) - The Hermione Crookshanks Experience | 11. Conversations and Realizations - Starfish and Stick | 12. 625 - Zoe Louk | 13. The Ballad of Ron and Hermione - RiddleTM | 14. Sonorus Love - Ministry of Magic
Ancient Egyptian Creation Myths: Lords of the Earth and Sky, Scarab God Khepera, and Lady of Slaughter
For Ancient Egypt, in the beginning there was no land, only a vast watery chaos. The gods changed this with their infinite powers, but there is no single creation myth for Ancient Egypt as each region owed allegiance to a different god. Guest Author Ted Loukes breaks down many Egyptian deities and their role in the creation of the universe.
Eternum is a wonderful retro platformer in which you play Sir Arthur (from Ghosts’ n Goblins), with fast, fun arcade gameplay, charming retro pixel art, and an authentic recreation the 80’s arcade CRT experience.
You control Sir Arthur from the Ghosts’ n Goblinsseries, who has grown old and lost everything he loved, so has set out in search of adventure and five magical orbs that can grant him eternal youth. Inspired by arcade classics such as Bomb Jack, Baluba-louk Densetsu, Psychic 5and of courseGhosts’ n Goblins, it’s an addictive game that sees you going from level to level slaying enemies and collecting treasure. You must collect all the treasure from the level and escape via the portal to succeed.
Gameplay takes place over 25 levels, with each level hiding a secret bonus for you to find, with boss fights and special levels to spice up proceedings. It’s a fun game, with challenging retro platforming gameplay, authentic looking 80’s arcade visuals and an excellent soundtrack. A perfect homage to the golden age of arcade gaming. Sir Arthur would be proud.