Death’s Gambit is effectively a beautifully animated 2D mix of Shadow Of The Colossus and Dark Souls. Just let that just sink in a minute….
In the game you play an agent of death, on a medieval alien planet, full of beasts, knights and massive SoTC-Style bosses. As is Dark Souls, there are no easy kills in this game, with each enemy you encounter being a unique hack-and-slash puzzle to solve. You’ll need intelligence and quick reflexes to bring down your enemies in Death’s Gambit.
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Architects CMA and SeARCH were focusing on the question if it would be possible to conceal a house in an Alpine slope while still exploiting the wonderful views and allowing light to enter the building when planing the Villa Vals. They decided to build a central patio into the steep incline to create a large facade with considerable potential for window openings. The viewing angle from the building is slightly inclined, giving a dramatic view of the beautiful mountains on the opposite side of the narrow valley.
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The marine eels and other members of the superorder Elopomorpha have a leptocephalus larval stage, which are flat and transparent. This group is quite diverse, containing 801 species in 24 orders, 24 families and 156 genera (super diverse).
Leptocephali have compressed bodies that contain jelly-like substances on the inside, with a thin layer of muscle with visible myomeres on the outside, a simple tube as a gut, dorsal and anal fins, but they lack pelvic fins. They also don’t have any red blood cells (most likely is respiration by passive diffusion), which they only begin produce when the change into the juvenile glass eel stage. Appears to feed on marine snow, tiny free-floating particles in the ocean.
This large size leptocephalus must be a species of Muraenidae (moray eels), and probably the larva of a long thin ribbon eel, which is metamorphosing, and is entering shallow water to finish metamorphosis into a young eel, in Bali, Indonesia.
Is it just me or does he look REALLY excited about where ever (s)he’s going?