Greetings!

Hello everybody. Our names are Philip and Zak, and we are Two Nerds Productions.


Anyway we are here to inform you about all the nerdy stuff in the world. We play D&D, Magic the Gathering, Minecraft and read a whole host of nerdy books.


We'll be providing you with all the nerd gossip you need to know. So grab a coke and you're d20 and get nerding!


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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Trade-it Game Released

I made a new blog for the game, which you can find by clicking me.

The rules and everything are there, but there are several cool things about this game!

1. The game requires no table, so it can be played anywhere!

2. The game works with almost any number of players!

3. Gameplay is simple, but also hard to win.

4. The game is fully customisable, so you can make it your way!

5. Its FREE

6. This video, check it out for the basic rules.

Happy trading!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Zak's Tips For Adventure Maps!

Have you ever wanted to make an adventure map? I know you have. So how can you ensure that the adventure map is as fun as possible? I've played a lot of adventure maps and I think I have found all of the best tips. Sorry for any bad grammar in the video, I get really camera shy, but I am getting better.


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Guess what- New TM2 Update

TM2 is now in 1.2! This is probably getting tiresome, so I'm just going to give you the download link and then shut up. 

TM2 V.1.1!

As the Readme didn't work so well, here is version 1.1! 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

TM2

Team Minecraft 2.


Doesn't that phrase bring joy to your heart? The two most fantastic, most amazing games in the world brought together to make an amazing cocktail of epicness.


And today, you all can experience this wonder by downloading the map here.


We hope you enjoy it.


Still need persuading?


Trailer is here.



Habemus Twitter!

Finally, we have Twitter! Get ready to have awesome nerdy stuff beamed directly to you! Here is the link. Follow now!

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Saturday, September 10, 2011

On Magic in Fantasy-Philip

Most Fantasy has Magic. But then, when there is too much Magic, the book becomes hard to read and hard to take seriously. 


But if there is just a spot of Magic, (and if the rest of the story is good), then the book should be really good. Of course there are some exceptions. There are books that have such bad characters or some that just aren't written well. But that's the same in any genre.


If you're thinking about the Lord of the Rings (from now on LOTR) having magic, then you're wrong. Neither Gandalf nor anyone else use magic. All of their supernatural abilities are given by the Ainur, or Gods. Let's just say that Gandalf is a divine class not arcane. In fact, Gandalf himself is a demi-God. He came from the west to keep an eye on Sauron. 


So when you're looking for fantasy. Don't go for the book with millions of spells and powers that the arcane know. Go for something simple, but enjoyable. Happy Reading!

Monday, September 5, 2011

Other People Helping Us Out! - Zak

Many people have been helping us out! My brother Ben has been very supportive, and is even working on a mod under our name!


You can find his forum account here : Forum

Many thanks to him!






Also our good friend Maxwell has been helping us out with minecraft and stuff, he is currently not on the forums, but we hope to introduce him to you soon!

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Machinarium Review - Zak

Machinarium is an incredible new point-and-click adventure from the czech studio Amanita Designs.


Going into this game, I was reluctant. After having a bad experience with many online flash point-and-clicks, I had no idea what to expect. But believe me, this was no flash game. The outstanding visuals and logical yet fun puzzles immersed me in the oil-filled, rusting city.

The story is decent yet intriguing enough to keep you playing, granted, a lot of it is fairly humerous, with a jolly overtone and rather 'silly' (yet logical) puzzles, yet serious moments still occur, even upsetting or creepy ones.


At points however, you will be crying for a walkthrough. A majority of the puzzles involve finding objects and making things to help you, much like many text-based games, however there is nothing more annoying then struggling with a puzzle then finding out that there was something on the floor that you missed.


However Machinarium makes up for this with an incredibly helpful hint-system. And since every-little-thing that you accomplish is so satisfying, it is still fun to look-up a walkthrough and just watch the character and scenery interact.


The visuals alone are enough to make you want this game, but when you through some of the most atmospheric music (a new soundtrack for EVERY ROOM), brilliant puzzles, some hilarious comedy, and some clever 'level'-design on top, you got one big-ass oil-flavoured wedding-cake. If you enjoy text-games, puzzle games, visual games, or even RPG games, you are bound to enjoy this. Pick it up for only £6.99 on the app. store (for computer) or buy it on their website, a great deal, considering how long the game is. My final thoughts are; poor art-team.


----   Zak




Amanita Designs' Machinarium Website

Friday, September 2, 2011

First Video Up! - Zak


A new video is up on our main channel (the one you can see above), showing you how to begin making a DnD character. More videos to come up soon, be sure to be checking the channels and subscribing!