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I know I haven't been on in awhile, but there are a couple of things changing.

  • Premium memberships, http://sugarbombed.com/forums/account/upgrades, are changing to be a simple recurring monthly donation. The new amount is a dollar. The premium membership is retained (which will eventually be renamed to 'Donor', or something similar. You can always donate more, or less, at the bottom 'Buy Us A Beer' button.
  • There is a possible Windows applications for SugarBombed being developed. I'm not quite sure if I feel comfortable doing it (mainly for security reasons, and making your information secure). Any updates will be released as I have more concrete information.

Not much else is able to change at the moment. I haven't been as available as I used to be and we don't even make enough money to support the server anymore (from ads, donations, etc.).

In fact, we haven't since probably May or June, maybe earlier. This contributed to my long absence for the most part, because SugarBombed was on the verge of closing (for good) due to funding.

We are now on a much smaller server and I've decided that SugarBombed will stay open as long as there are funds somewhere for it to utilize.


  • Premium memberships are now directly attached...
Kid A
A guide by Adam

Band: Radiohead
Album: Kid A
Release Date: 2 October 2000
Label: Parlophone and Capitol
Genre: Electronica, electronic rock
Producer: Nigel Godrich

After OK Computer exploded on the scene and was a critical and commercial success, Radiohead were exhausted and stressed. Thom Yorke suffered a mental breakdown and struggled with writers block, here he explains "Every time I picked up a guitar I just got the horrors. I would start writing a song, stop after 16 bars, hide it away in a drawer, look at it again, tear it up, destroy it" He'd become fed up of the rock scene that he was a part of and started listening to more electronic musicians such as Aphex Twin and Autechre. The band were collectively worried that they'd be labelled as 'one trick ponies' C.Greenwood said "We felt we had to change everything. There were other guitar bands out there trying to do similar things. We had to move on" That is a pretty fucking...
Elements Of Elder Scrolls - Player Agency
By PipBoyofSteel155

The Elder Scrolls games are treasured by a lot of people, mostly for the same elements. In this article, I will be discussing one of those elements that binds together these wonderful games as a series, Player Agency - often defined as how much the game lets your choices directly affect the world. Think of nuking Megaton in Fallout. While this is true, I often like to think of Player Agency as how much the game allows you to control your own experience, and not necessarily the world around you. And, in my opinion, there isn't a better game to introduce and explain this idea, than The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

There were a couple aspects of this game that I had to overcome. The slow starting walk speed. The floaty combat. But I bashed through all of that. The moment I decided that I wanted to keep playing, was with one single conversation that I had.

If you don't know, Morrowind's conversation system is topic based. You would pick a topic to talk about with an NPC, and they would give you a response, so...
Deus Ex GO iOS Review
The third Square Enix GO title, centered on the sci-fi shooter Deus Ex

Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix Montreal
Release Date: Out Now
Genre: Turn Based, Puzzle
Platform: iOS, Android

Don't worry, Adam Jensen still gets his fair share of stabbings and beat downs in this game.

When compared to the realm of gaming within computers and consoles, I think it is safe to say that gaming on mobile devices has easily the worst reputation at the moment. With many games released by major players treated as an opportunity to capitalise on brand names. They just shove: boring, dull titles, with intentions of serving as a gateway for micro transactions. It feels like most decent games on the platform are either made by smaller unknown companies or are ports of older games, it can be hard to find genuinely great titles in a sea of mediocrity and transparent cash grabs.

Enter Square Enix's GO...
OK Computer
A guide by Adam

Release Date: 21 May 1997
Label: Parlophone, Capitol
Singles: "Paranoid Android", "Karma Police", "Lucky", "No Surprises" and "Airbag"

This is the album review I've been waiting for. OK Computer was Radiohead's third studio album, and perhaps their most successful. It began in 1996 when the band started working on their follow-up to The Bends. They'd decided to self-produce it, which caused several problems for them along with issues surrounding the studio facilities. At the labels request the band took a break and toured with Alanis Morissette and performed several early versions of songs including a 14-minute long version of "Paranoid Android". During the tour Baz Luhrman asked Radiohead to write a song for his film Romeo+Juliet, the song was "Exit Music(For A Film)". Radiohead resumed recording the new album in a mansion owned by the actress Jane Seymour in September of 1996. By March of 1997 the album was recorded and mixed. Then in May it was released to the world....
HunieCam Studio


Editor Note: Due to the sexual nature of the game: reader discretion is advised. Although most NSFW imagery has been avoided in the review, some content may be deemed offensive.
General Information:
Publisher: HuniePot
Developer: HuniePot
Release Date: 4 April 2016
Genre: Indie, Simulation
Platform: PC

Bonsoir my dirty little chums and welcome to this rather filthy £10 Treasure! Today I'll be reviewing the smutty "HunieCam Studio". All the info is up there so I won't repeat myself. The price is a rather sweet: £4.99/$6.53. Enough beating about the bush, let's dive in!

HunieCam Studio is a game where you are put in charge of a cam girl company. Your mission is to get 100,000 subscribers within 21 days or 3 weeks if you are an American. To do this firstly you have to pick your starter girl. I went with Nikki. Blue hair, glasses, big tits. Phwoar.