Monday, December 28, 2015


Why does this always happen to me? So annoying. Anyway, in the old download, Buffy was supposed to equip Crossbows and while she could, the weapon would never level up. That's been fixed now, so if you want, here's a new download if you really wanted to equip her with a crossbow.

New Download

ETA 1/16/16

There was an issue with Matt's equipment, too. So yet another download has been added. Also, there was an annoying error that happened when you tried to scan an enemy after one's been killed. Hopefully that's also been fixed.

Luckily, you don't have to start over. Still, sorry for the inconveniences!

Sunday, December 20, 2015

100TH POST!!!!

Omg, I guess this is a milestone? Merry Christmas and happy new year!!! I have to say, 2015 has been really good to me. 2014 too, actually, in spite of all the hardships.

Anyway, here is a new Gatekeeper video for you! The quality isn't the best, but I know now not to convert videos into mp4s.

Saturday, December 19, 2015


Hey all! Today, I spent a moment this afternoon making page for Gatekeeper (finally)! Check it out. Also made a video of the new intro. What do you think???

Thursday, October 8, 2015


Unbreakable is, without question, her best album since the Velvet Rope, but dare I say it's one of her best albums altogether? Could be recency bias kicking in, so I'll need to sit with this album for a few months before I make such a claim. Then again, Control - The Velvet Rope is one of the best album runs in pop music history imo, but so far, I would put Unbreakable in that elite group. The whole album is brilliant, every track. My favorites change all the time, but right now, it's Take Me Away. Of course, tomorrow it could be 2 B Loved, or Dammmn Baby. If you like pop music even a little bit, get this album!!!


Kaskade, Call Me Wise. A bit of an oldie, but it knocks

Monday, September 14, 2015


I felt inspired to post videos of myself, mainly to 'capture' my life as a 20-something. Check it out!

You can find me on youtube as 'OnlyMeGary.' If you like what you see, subscribe!!!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


Why haven't I posted about this yet???

Anyway, Afropunk was last weekend and it's basically a festival celebrating Africa. I went last Saturday and it was AMAZING! I was there pretty much all day but it didn't feel like a drag at all. They have music there, food, and probably other stuff I should've gotten into but didn't. They were also selling clothes, art, and health insurance (lol).

I bought a ticket for Kelis. I saw her promoting Afropunk all over facebook and figured, "why not?" The festival was in Brooklyn after all, and I happen to live in Brooklyn. Kelis is one of my all-time favorites and let me tell you, she was worth EVERY PENNY of the $47 I paid for a ticket!

The festival was in Commodore Barry Park. On foot, it was a 51 minute walk from my apartment, but I could've taken a bus and a subway to get there. Well, it was such a nice day that I decided to walk it! It was an amazing walk. I love taking long walks like that because I love feeling ONE WITH THE EARTH, and seeing all of the different people and buildings. I also wanted to see if I could do it. When I started walking again after the accident, I couldn't walk five minutes without my legs getting tired. Gosh, you don't realize just how important mobility is until it's ripped away from you.

Anyway, the walk was great, and when I got to the park, I had to wait in line to show the people my ticket. The male line was QUITE a bit shorter than the female line, which, lucky me! After the security checked me and everything, I went in the park.

There were three stages, Gold, Green, and Red. Kelis, Lauryn Hill, and Grace Jones were performing on the Green Stage, which wasn't actually green. It was located close to the entrance, so I didn't want to lose sight of it. They had posters all over the park telling you who was going to perform, when and where. Unfortunately, I didn't recognize any of the acts performing on the Red and Gold stages, although I did stick around the Red Stage for a while when this band called Palaceburn was performing. I liked their song "So Gone."

I got to the park at around 1, and Kelis wasn't scheduled to perform until 5. I thought, "Oh phooney," but I decided to kill time by exploring. All of the clothes for sale were African or designed with African wear in mind, but I must say, the male clothes I saw were butt ugly, overpriced and over-sized. However, the female clothes looked nice! I also saw some jewelry for sale and thought of buying some stuff for my mother and sisters. Now that I think about it, I wish I did.

I took a while to look at some art I knew I wasn't going to buy, but I did get a free bookmark! Anyway, I bought lunch, chicken tenders and french fries and sat on a bench by the gold stage, just taking in everything going on around me. When I heard music from the gold stage, I threw my fries away (I only had a taste for them; I didn't want the whole thing), and made my way to the Green Stage. I guess all of the R&B acts were designated to the green stage. Two people performed before Kelis, and in between every act was a 30-min set by a DJ, who would start playing some bangin' music. The first performer I saw had a interesting voice, but her music didn't excite me much; I actually slept through most of her set. lol Whoops?

The second act had an amazing voice. She commanded my attention better than the first act did, but I wasn't crazy about her music either. The crowd was here for her though, so she must be big in the indie world, but I don't really care all that much about indie music (lol clearly), so...

Then Kelis comes on stage, a little plump but that was okay with me! I was too far from her to see that she was actually pregnant, I just thought she gained some weight with age and living the good life. Anyway, her voice was AMAZING. I've been obsessed with her ever since her performance. I cannot say enough good things about her performance. She was that good. She has this song called Cobbler off her album Food which I always loved, HOWEVER, I did NOT know the high notes reached toward the end was actually her. I just thought she did what Janet did in her song "This Time" and got an opera singer to do those notes. Kelis hit those notes with perfection! I always thought she had a unique, interesting voice, that's why I'm such a big fan, but I did not her vocal range was that big! I was such a happy fan.

I should have left after Kelis, because the act who was up after her surprised me and definitely not in a good way. When she finally got there, her performance started off perfectly. Her voice was amazing. But then her voice started to get huskier, and at a certain point, it was like she stopped singing and started hollering. Then the sound cut off. The crowd cried to have the sound turned up, and that seemed to do it, but then the sound went off again. People shouted to turn up the sound, but nothing happened. The act was still doing her thing, but no one could hear a thing, not even the band. Needless to say, I was pretty disappointed, and I'm not even a huge fan. The only songs (I could hear) she performed that I recognized were performed at the "end" (right before the sound went off). It was like her entire set was covers. Maybe she gets sick of performing the same stuff over and over again. Oh, well. I guess that's what happens when you've released only one album 20 years ago. :\

Grace Jones performed last, and I wish I stayed because it sounds like she killed it, but I wanted to see a movie (which turned out to be so lame), so I ended up leaving around 9 pm.

Anyway, I had an amazing time and wanted to document it somewhere so I'd never forget it! If Afropunk comes back next year, I definitely want to go again!! The event reminded me of Artscape, an event in Baltimore celebrating Baltimore's art scene. Only Afropunk is (obviously, this being NYC) higher scale and so not free lol. My one disappointment was (besides the act who followed Kelis) the total lack of funnel cake stands!!! I was hunting for a funnel cake; I just SWORE they had a funnel cake stand somewhere. They didn't. I will give Artscape that at least, they have funnel cake stands!

Saturday, August 22, 2015


...And I already like it better than Windows 8.1! The best thing is that I can play my RPGM2k3 games again, which means I can work on MMZ again! Yay!

Apparently, reception to Windows 10 has been mixed, but like, I don't see how? It is literally perfect. In my opinion, anyway.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The new Hilary Duff album is a bop

Okay, anyone who knows me knows I have the music taste of a 15 y/o girl, so with that in mind, the new Hilary Duff album is pretty much amazing, if you're into pop music like I am heehee. Anyway, the album was apparently released on iTunes this week, so I had a listen today while I was at work. My favorite song is One in a Million, but on first listen, I like everything. I would describe it as her previous album, Dignity (which is also amazing), on speed.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015


The BET awards aired this past Sunday, and they did a tribute the one and only Mrs. Jackson <3 p="">

Ciara slayed, btw.

Also posting her new song, No Sleeep because why not?

Friday, June 19, 2015


I finished A Nightmare in Sunnydale! Yay! And here's the download! =D My miracle game. It survived TWO computer crashes. Given how much money it cost me to keep this game alive, you bet I worked to finish it! =D Enjoy!!!! If you don't, that's totally fine, too. Any comments/questions/complaints/rants you have, feel free to leave them here or email me at

Saturday, June 13, 2015


Hi all. Just when I feel like I've (finally) gotten (back) into the groove as far as MMZ is concerned, I can't play the game. I mean, test play works just fine, but the game crashes when I try to play it in the game's folder. So I tried to search the web for how to play RPGM2K3 games in windowed mode, but haven't had any luck. If you know anything, help a brother out! =(

Tuesday, June 9, 2015


Sierra DeMulder, "When the Apocalypse Comes," from her first book of poems.

Friday, May 8, 2015


...Is bright! I just got my data back from Best Buy, and everything is as I left it. So glad! Maybe MMZ will come out after all! heehee We'll see.

Thursday, May 7, 2015


Best Buy called me this evening, saying that (most of) my files have been recovered. They mentioned that while the ANISC folder was saved, the files may be unreadable, so I'm hoping that's just because RPGM VX itself wasn't retrieved, for it would be BEYOND crappy if the folder was saved, but the files can't be accessed. But I must keep hope alive! I'll pick up my files tomorrow evening, so I'll post then about the FUTURE of 'Sunnydale.'


Jessica Sutta :) (Apparently, this video is too sexual for some people, but I haven't actually watched it in full yet, so I have no clue of the video's quality, but I'm posting it anyway so dwi =P)

So, the story on her is that she was 1/6 of the Pussycat Dolls, but she was kind of overlooked, esp during the PCD era, but I always had my eye on her. She was just so c00t, and I was really impressed by her dancing. Plus, I guess I always kind of root for the underdogs.

The songs Jessica is featured in are sublime, if you're into dance music and all that. I absolutely love this one. "Make It Last" is another really good one.

So then Doll Dominionation rolls around and the group basically emplodes. The token ginger (red hair<3333), Carmit, had left the group by this time and Jessica dyed her hair red, but I'm pretty sure nobody noticed. XD

Anyway, Jessica is still out there doing her thing. She's been working on her debut album since the beginning of time, which I will be the first to buy, even if I'm the only one. I'm not convinced it will ever see the light of day, but in the mean time, I'll just enjoy the random song by (or featuring) Sutta that should surface. Like this one. :)


It would be my luck if Best Buy is able to retrieve everything on my hard-drive except 'Sunnydale' and MMZ. XD I just called them. They're still trying to save my files from my damaged hard-drive, but will call me when they have a significant update.

Well, you know what they say, hope for the best but expect the worst! I still have the beta version of Sunnydale on mediafire, so if need be, I can download it again and play through it a fourth (!!!) time and make all the changes I made again. Either way, the game WILL come out. I put way too much time in it.

As for MMZ, if that game isn't saved, it's probably gone forever. =(

Monday, May 4, 2015


Not hard, when my other games cost all of $0 to produce. =P

Basically, 'Sunnydale' has endured two computer crashes, the first which almost took 'Sunnydale' (and everything else I've done ever) out with it, but the game was saved by Gillware Inc, for a truckload of $800. My, I guess, now old computer randomly crashed last Thursday. I mean, at least the other time this happened, my computer fell, but this time, my computer just stopped working randomly. That morning, it was working fine, but when I came home from work, it wouldn't let me sign in. The DELL screen was on loop. And then eventually the automatic repair screen was on loop. What a drag.

Hopefully, best buy is extracting the data from my hard drive as we speak. Luckily, I had my writings up to date, but my games, including Mystery Man Zero, hadn't been updated (on my flash) for well over a year. Last year was hard enough without the few actual good things to come out of it being rendered obsolete via a computer crash. >.<

Anywho, gillware's services and best buy's geek quad combined has cost me over $1,000. Or close to. I still have Sunnydale's script done, but I've made soooooooooooooo many changes to the actual game, even after I gave the game to testers, so if Best Buy calls me tomorrow or Wednesday and says they were unsuccessful in retrieving my data, I'll be really, really disappointed. Crushed. And then I'll demand a refund.

PS: Omg, the weather lately has been a-mazing. Does this mean Spring is finally here??? 'Bout time!