Video game titles created by a neural network trained on 146,000 games:

  • Conquestress (1981, Data East) (Arcade)
  • Deep Golf (1985, Siny Computer Entertainment) (MS-DOS)
  • Brain Robot Slam (1984, Gremlin Graphics) (Apple IIe)
  • King of Death 2: The Search of the Dog Space (2010, Capcom;Br�derbund Studios) (Windows)
  • Babble Imperium (1984, Paradox Interactive) (ZX Spectrum)
  • High Episode 2: Ghost Band (1984, Melbourne Team) (Apple IIe)
  • Spork Demo (?, ?) (VIC-20)
  • Alien Pro Baseball (1989, Square Enix) (Arcade)
  • Black Mario (1983, Softsice) (Linux/Unix)
  • Jort: The Shorching (1991, Destomat) (NES)
  • Battle for the Art of the Coast (1997, Jaleco) (GBC)
  • Soccer Dragon (1987, Ange Software) (Amstrad CPC)
  • Mutant Tycoon (2000, Konami) (GBC)
  • Bishoujo no Manager (2003, author) (Linux/Unix)
  • Macross Army (Defenders Ball House 2: League Alien) (1991, Bandai) (NES)
  • The Lost of the Sand Trades 2000 (1990, Sega) (SNES)
  • Pal Defense (1987, author) (Mac)

(part one, part two)

A second batch of video games from the neural network:

  • Simulator (1989, Spigi) (ZX Spectrum)
  • Dance Castle (1987, Activision) (Atari 2600)
  • Shark Mast II (2009, Asurep Tang) (PS2)
  • Penny Computer (1990, Mattel) (NES)
  • Spork Race (Universe) (1990, Atlus) (Arcade)
  • Galactic Family 3: A Tanky Crawl (2009, Great) (Windows)
  • Virtual Mat (1990, Sierra On-Line) (Atari ST)
  • Shipeball (2009, Sega) (3DS)
  • Dick of the King (2007, Activision) (PC-9801)
  • Don the Manager (1988, Alice Software) (Amstrad CPC)
  • Adventures of the Rock (1987, Coconuts) (Atari ST)
  • Christ (2008, Sega) (Arcade)
  • Dank Dragon (2004, Konami) (VIC-20)
  • The Apple of the Conspiracy (1997, Microsoft) (MS-DOS)
  • Total Thort Spirits (1995, Sega) (Saturn)
  • Detective Rally (1988, Activision) (Amstrad CPC)
  • Ball Arm (2006, Square;Atari) (PS1)
  • Ghowl Fantasy (1988, Neo Comlagin and Software) (Amstrad CPC)

Tomorrow, California will vote on a bill that would require crisis pregnancy centers to tell women the truth about their reproductive health options. One politician asked why a lawmaker cared so much about the bill, and her response is PERFECT.

I’ve said it before and will say it again

All of these weird anti-choice tactics (crisis pregnancy centers making a client miss an appointment because the client went to the wrong place or a sidewalk counselor causing someone to break their fast and they can’t have the procedure that day) backfire. 

Mainly, because people don’t like being lied to.  People don’t like being tricked, fooled, deceived, etc. 

Clients 9 out of 10 times WILL reschedule and will come back to have the abortion, and they are WAY more resolved to do so. 

We won’t get fooled again. 

Another set of video games from the mind of a recurrent neural network:

  • Kimaramu (Rage Planets) (2001, Interactive Martech) (Windows)
  • Circus Vampires: Soul Brain Machine (2008, Vivendi) (Windows)
  • Fun Trim World Wail World Risk! (Tetris Deluxe II) (1981, Hewles DF) (WinC5)
  • Barrow Legend (Tom Clancy’s Ghost Heaven) (1983, Project Software) (C64)
  • New Driver: Forbidden Nightmare (2009, New Syscom) (iOS)
  • Super Cautou Bear Tournament (1997, Niogame) (Mac)
  • Resident Evil 3D: Void Edition (1984, Hewson) (Amstrad CPC)
  • Broken Man Simulation (1986, Elite) (MS-DOS)
  • The Wibble Championship (?, ?) (C16/Plus4)
  • Guns 2 (Love and Kids) (1988, SSI) (Apple IIe)
  • One Universal Simulator (2005, Renegade Software) (Windows)
  • Football EXE (1990, ASCII) (Amiga)
  • Pocket Madden Encounter (The Antica Research Space) (2003, -) (Windows)
  • SpongeBob Street Revolution (2012, Telltale Games) (iOS)
  • Space Kinkette (1987, Infocom) (Amiga)
  • Final Fantasy Drivin’ (1992, MC Works) (Game Boy)
  • Shadow Fishing Black (Falline Sword) (1992, Infogrames) (MS-DOS)
  • Cosmic Beat: End Engineer (2000, Interactive Box Games) (Linux/Unix)
  • Pocket Guide to the Missing Forever (2003, ?) (BeOS)

I’m working on a Tumblr/Twitter bot that automatically generates and posts these, so if I generate any further titles I’ll probably fold them into the bot rather than posting them here.