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1. Jonathan Boakes of adventure video games
Jonathan Boakes (born 7 November 1973, in Kent, England) is an English game designer. He majors in writing adventure/psychological horror games such as the Dark Fall series and The Lost Crown. He is the CEO and founder of Darkling Room.
The games of Jonathan Boakes are usually designed based on real scenery, then the place is given a fictional name instead of using the real name in the game. One of his works, The Lost Crown, was based on the Polperro harbour, which was renamed as Saxton in the game.
2. Equestrian at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games Team dressage of element 67
Team dressage equestrian at the 2013 Southeast Asian Games in Wunna Theikdi Equestrian Field, Naypyidaw, Myanmar on December 13, 2014.
Each horse and rider pair performed an FEI Grand Prix Test. The Grand Prix Test consists of a battery of required movements that each rider and horse pair performs. Five judges evaluate the pair, giving marks between 0 and 10 for each element. The judges' scores were averaged to give a final score for the pair. The best three scores from each team's four members were summed to give a team score. The results from this event also served as a qualifier for the individual dressage event.
3. Baseball career of exhibition games
Garia played for the Texas Rangers organization.
Garia was also selected for the Netherlands national baseball team for the 2016 France International Baseball TournamentÂ fr, the 2016 European Baseball Championship, the exhibition games against Japan in 2016 and the training camp in the United States in 2017
On August 25, 2016, he was selected for the 2016 France International Baseball Tournament.
On September 7, 2016, he was selected for the 2016 European Baseball Championship.
On October 26, 2016, he was selected for the exhibition games against Japan.
On February 7, 2017, he was selected for the training camp in the United States.
On February 9, 2017, he was selected for the 2017 World Baseball Classic. But on February 26, 2017, he canceled for paticipate.
4. BAFTA Interactive Awards of adventure video games
The BAFTA Interactive Awards and BAFTA Games Awards were created in 2003 by splitting the original BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards into two separate ceremonies.
While the previous ceremonies had been annually hosted each October since 1998, the 2003 Interactive Awards weren't held until 19 February of the following year, while the 2004 event took place on 2 March 2005.
In March 2006, BAFTA issued a press release announcing that "Video Games are as Important as Film and Television", and reinstated the Games Awards to the traditional October slot. No mention of Interactive Awards was made, and all traces of the ceremony vanished shortly afterwards when BAFTA's website was reorganised, making it the shortest running event in BAFTA's history.
5. Georgios Panagiotopoulos of sega games
Georgios Panagiotopoulos (Greek: ; born 12 August 1969) is a retired Greek sprinter who specialized in the 200 metres.
He won the bronze medal at the 1994 European Indoor Championships, finished seventh at the 1994 European Championships, won the silver medal at the 1997 Mediterranean Games, and finished fifth at the 1997 World Championships.
His personal best time was 20.32 seconds, achieved at the World Championships in Athens. This ranks him fifth among Greek 200 metres sprinters, behind Konstantinos Kenteris, Anastassios Gousis, Thomas Sbokos and Lykourgos-Stefanos Tsakonas. In the 100 metres, his personal best was 10.19 seconds, achieved in August 1998 in Patras. This ranks him eleventh among Greek 100 metres sprinters.
6. Edouard Oum Ndeki of kids games
Joseph Edouard Oum Ndeki (8 May 1976 7 March 2009 in Rhodes) was a Cameroonian footballer who last played for Rodos.He started his career in high school where he played for Lyce de New bell soccer team and quickly captioned the attention of national league recruiters.He was forced to quit high school and his first contract with Union Sportive De Douala, a division one team based in Douala. His professional career in Cameroon led him to play for Mount Cameroon FC and Coton Sport de Garoua where he was discover by Cameroon National Team Coach Pierre Le Chantre who granted him his first selection with the National Team
7. Club of kids games
Inverness City B.C. was established as a youth focused club, with training and games for kids aged 6 to 18. In its short history the club has developed several players who have gone on to represent Scotland at age-grade international level.
As the club grew, a senior team was added, providing a full pathway to progress through the Club. The Lions name was then adopted, and in 2015, the club became part of the Inverness Community Sport Hub.
In 2019, the Lions' men's team entered the Scottish Men's National League for the first time. They are the first senior men's team from the Highlands to play at this level.
8. Critical reception of adventure video games
Jason D. Taylor of AllMusic commended the band for sticking with the nu-metal formula to create tracks that are recognizable and contain elements of pop punk but was unsure of their career long-term when compared to similar acts like Linkin Park, concluding that "This is a shame, because those willing to give this album a chance will find one of the most infectious alternative metal albums of 2002." Rolling Stone's Barry Walters was adamant of the instrumentation throughout the album, saying that it follows "modern-rock-radio conventions" but said that "the singing's understatement and harmonic sophistication help the band transcend overblown corporate rock and embrace sensitive emo pop."
9. Sarah Hamilton (voice actress) of adventure games
Sarah Hamilton is an American actress. She was the voice of April Ryan in the videogame The Longest Journey, and its sequel, Dreamfall. She is on the Board of Statement Arts, a New York non-profit organization.
Hamilton attended the Tisch School of the Arts of New York University. She was cast as the English voice of April Ryan, protagonist of The Longest Journey, a PC adventure game by Ragnar Tornquist. The dialogue was recorded in studio over ten consecutive days.
In 2013 it was confirmed that Hamilton would work on the sequel to The Longest Journey and Dreamfall, Dreamfall Chapters.
10. List of Miami Hurricanes bowl games of miami 7
The Miami Hurricanes football program has played in 41 bowl games, going 1922 for a .463 winning percentage. Its most common bowl destination has been the Orange Bowl, where the 'Canes have appeared nine times and compiled a 63 record. Miami's most common opponent in bowl play has been Nebraska. The schools have met six times in bowl play, with the Hurricanes having a 42 record against the Cornhuskers. Miami's second most common opponent in bowl play has been Wisconsin who have been a thorn in Miami's side. The schools have met 3 times in bowl play with the Badgers winning all three of them.
11. List of Stanford Cardinal bowl games of indian football team
The Stanford Cardinal football team competes as part of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), representing Stanford University in the North Division of the Pac-12 Conference. Prior to 1930, the team had no official nickname. From 1930 to 1972, the team was known as the Indians; from 1972 to 1981, the team was known as the Cardinals; since 1982, the team has competed as the Cardinal.
Since the establishment of the team in 1892, Stanford has appeared in 30 bowl games. Included in these games are 15 appearances in the Rose Bowl Game and six Bowl Championship Series (BCS)/New Year's Six game appearances with an overall record of 15 wins, 14 losses, and one tie.
12. Amazon Luna of upcoming video games
Amazon Luna is an upcoming cloud gaming service developed and operated by Amazon. Announced on September 24, 2020, Amazon Luna will have 100 different games at launch in October 2020, will have an introductory price of $5.99 a month, and will be powered by AWS. The streaming service will have integration with Twitch and will be available on PC, Mac, Amazon Fire TV, and iOS. Amazon has partnered with Ubisoft to create a gaming channel exclusive to Luna, which will give Luna subscribers access to Ubisoft's titles the same day they release.
It is set to launch as a competitor to Google Stadia, Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation Now, Apple Arcade and GeForce Now.
13. Senior career of 2010 video games
Fabrice started his professional career along with his brother Fabien for Savanne SC in the Mauritian League in 2003, at the age of 16. In 2010, he moved on to play for Curepipe Starlight SC, while his brother stayed behind. After the 2011 Indian Ocean Island Games, in which Fabrice was leading scorer and one of the tournament's best players, he received interest from clubs both domestically and abroad, and has stated he is open to playing abroad. Cypriot First Division club AC Omonia showed interest in signing Fabrice, along with his brother Fabien and fellow Mauritian international Gurty Calamb, but nothing came of it.
14. DexCon of upcoming video games
DEXCON is a five-day gaming convention, held annually every July in Morristown, New Jersey, run by Double Exposure, Inc. It has a reputation for attracting leading game industry talent to participate, and hosts several national and world gaming championships.
It includes a number of different departments hosting multiple types of gaming, including board gaming, Larping, video gaming, and wargaming. It also hosts a number of special events and new game releases.
DEXCONs 1 through 6 were held yearly from 1992 to 1997. After a seven-year hiatus, the convention returned to an annual schedule in 2004. The next DEXCON 21 will be held July 48, 2018.
15. People of erotic video games
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Juri Tatsumi (born 1979), Japanese synchronised swimmer
Naofumi Tatsumi (18451907), Japanese general of the Imperial Army
Noriko Tatsumi (born 1947), Japanese erotic actress
Shingo Tatsumi (born 1987), Japanese baseball player
Takayuki Tatsumi (born 1955), Japanese literature professor
Yoshihiro Tatsumi (19352015 ), Japanese manga artist
Yoshika Tatsumi (born 1982), birthname of Japanese runner Yoshika Arai
Yuiko Tatsumi (born 1987), Japanese voice actressGiven nameTatsumi Fujinami (born 1953), Japanese professional wrestler
Tatsumi Hijikata (19281986), Japanese choreographer
Tatsumi Iida (born 1985), Japanese soccer player
Tatsumi Kimishima, Japanese businessman for Nintendo
Tatsumi Kumashiro (19271995), Japanese film director
Tatsumi Nikamoto (born 1953), Japanese actor
Tatsumi Yoda (born 1940), Japanese businessman
16. Juli Guillamon of exhibition games
Juli Guillamon is a Catalan writer and literary critic. He was born in Barcelona in 1962.
Guillamon studied Catalan philology at the University of Barcelona. Since 1994, he has been publishing weekly reviews in the newspaper La Vanguardia. His essays have dealt with the image of Barcelona in literature from the period between the 1970s and the 1992 Summer Olympic Games. He has been the curator of several literary exhibitions. One of his projects, The literature of exile, was staged in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Mexico City and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. He won the 2002 Serra d'Or Critics' Award for essays and the 2006 Octavi Pellissa Award.
17. List of games of stars & constellations
December 1, 1994: 3-4 loss vs Detroit Vipers (IHL)
Steve Yzerman, Sergei Fedorov, and Paul Coffey, all from the Detroit Red Wings, did not appear in this game. Future NHL star Miroslav Satan scored the winning goal for the Vipers.
December 3, 1994: 7-1 win vs Jokerit (Finland)
December 4, 1994: 3-4 OT loss vs Ilves Tampere (Finland)
December 6, 1994: 6-3 win vs Norwegian Spectrum All Stars (Norway)
December 9, 1994: 8-3 win vs Djurgrdens IF (Sweden)
December 10, 1994: 5-2 win vs Vstra Frlunda HC (Sweden)
December 12, 1994: 5-6 OT loss vs Malm IF (Sweden)
December 14, 1994: 8-5 win vs German All Stars in Freiburg (Germany)
18. Landmarks of adventure games
Kinsley Greyhound Stadium is at the centre of the village on Wakefield Road.
To the south of the greyhound stadium and Hoyle Mill Road, is Hemsworth Water Park & Playworld, which has two lakes: the larger lake is used for pedalo rides and has sandy beaches; the smaller lake is in a more secluded area which attracts wildlife. Both lakes are stocked for fishing. Grassed areas provide for picnics and games, contain an outdoor adventure playground for children, and a miniature railway.
At the south of the Water Park is Vale Head Park, with 9-hole golf course, tennis court, crazy golf and play park facilities.
19. 199091 NCAA football bowl games
The 199091 NCAA football bowl games featured 19 games, starting early in December 1990 and ending on New Year's Day 1991. They followed the 1990 regular season and ended in controversy. Going into the postseason, Colorado had a 1011 record and was ranked #1 in both Coaches' and AP polls. After a relatively unimpressive (and controversial) 109 victory over #5 Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl and an impressive victory by the undefeated (1001) #2 Georgia Tech in the Citrus Bowl, the Buffaloes lost their #1 ranking to the Yellow Jackets in the Coaches' Poll, creating a split championship. This controversial ending, along with the dual undefeated champions of the following year, led to the creation of the Bowl Coalition