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'''FSi''' is a comrade from Soviet Russia, a physicist and a game maker.<br>
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Common denominators to his creations are gore, violence, sorrow and pain; in one word things that make some people go: [http://www.bigbluecup.com/yabb/index.php?topic=33492.msg434804#msg434804 "Ew"].
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[[Image:Aliena.png|left|thumb|164px|''Alienation:'' no gore here, ''yet!'']] He collaborated in making / made himself a whole plethora of games (28 as to December 2008); most notably FSi's Collection of Most Awful Things that Could Ever Happen on St.Valentine's Day ([http://www.bigbluecup.com/games.php?action=detail&id=856 FSi's CoMATtCEHoSVD]), [http://misendeavour.com/files/awidtd.rar A Walk in da Tomb] and [http://www.bigbluecup.com/games.php?action=detail&id=947 Me Go Store II] (team effort with [[Akatosh]]).<br>
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He visits regularly [[IRC]].<br>
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==External links==
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* [http://sillyflu.wordpress.com/ (siliconflourite), his blog.]
  
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Revision as of 13:01, 6 December 2008

FSi is a comrade from Soviet Russia, a physicist and a game maker.

Common denominators to his creations are gore, violence, sorrow and pain; in one word things that make some people go: "Ew".

Alienation: no gore here, yet!

He collaborated in making / made himself a whole plethora of games (28 as to December 2008); most notably FSi's Collection of Most Awful Things that Could Ever Happen on St.Valentine's Day (FSi's CoMATtCEHoSVD), A Walk in da Tomb and Me Go Store II (team effort with Akatosh).

He visits regularly IRC.

AGS forums profile
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