Nice one, you beat the next highest civilizations list (over on Facebook) by TWELVE!!! :D Enjoy your ingots!
Karen and Lucas Talk The Time Tribe in a... →
Review Fix chats with Karen Bellinger Wehner (Founder and CEO, ThunderSnow Media, The Time Tribe Producer, Creative Director, Writer) and Lucas JW Johnson (Founder and CEO, Silverstring Media Inc, …
A CROSS IN THE SKY AND A SWORD IN THE STONE:...
The ruins of this religious house are perhaps most remarkable for the sword trapped in stone on the site. The abbey was built to honor 12th-century Tuscan nobleman Galgano Guidotti, who renounced his life of riches and retreated to this area to dedicate himself to a hermetic life of prayer. Legend holds that he smashed his sword against the rock as a symbol of breaking from old ways, but...
A length of rope, and a sponge on a stick (aka...
NEWS FROM THE FIELD - Read about these and more, in the latest update from the Walbrook site, where astonishing finds from the earliest days of Roman London just keep on coming! http://walbrookdiscovery.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/money-for-old-rope/
Neil Gaiman: kat-howard: “Our revels now are... →
kat-howard: “Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air; And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capped towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which…
MONDAY QUIZ - IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY
To mark Earth Day, this week’s MONDAY QUIZ takes us back to the first recorded human civilization, in Sumer, and gives us a glimpse into how its people reacted to a bona fide environmental crisis in their time. Sumerian civilization arose in the so-called “Fertile Crescent,” a wedge of land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, in modern Iraq, about 6,000 years ago. If you’re thinking that’s...
mytimemachinewaits asked: I'm doing the quest for medicine and Hester said it might be in the dining room but I've never seen the dining room before.. Can you tell me where it is?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BUDDHA!
On this day practitioners of the “Mahayana” (literally “the Greater Ox-Cart”) tradition of Buddhism celebrate the birth of the Buddha, who lived in India sometime between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. Mahayana Buddhism is particularly prominent across North Asia, including China, Mongolia, Tibet, Korea, and Japan. Marking a split from the more stringent...
thedoorstooblivion asked: Help! I've refused Wolfram's offer to take the money to pay the staircase repair guy, and now I can't find anyone else to take it! What do I do?
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive...– Martin Luther King, Jr. ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: DR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR, ASSASSINATED IN MEMPHIS, TN. Baptist minister and social activist King led the African-American Civil Rights movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until he was assassinated by James Earl Ray on April 4, 1968. He...
Gate to Hell, anyone? →
A poisonous portal to the underworld referenced in Greco-Roman mythology has been uncovered at the ancient site of Hierapolis (present-day Pamukkale) in Turkey. Carbon dioxide fumes continue to rise from this ”Plutonium,” and archaeologists observed birds dropping dead upon venturing too close to the opening. The digs also revealed a temple dedicated to the gods of the underworld...
This week, show off your deep knowledge of the Time Tribe story world by telling us Kate Starling’s hobby. As always, correct answers enter a drawing for 5 ingots. Cutoff 6 pm EST on Tues, April 2. Good luck!!
Monday Quiz results....
…. A few days late - with apologies to all the contestants here on tumblr! This week, the winner posted on our Facebook page, and notification over here slipped through the cracks. *wristslap* It was, indeed, Wolfram’s marvelous mop of hair! Please play again next week! We’re actually going to try and get everyone to post in one place, because we also got some replies on...
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Wherein Cooper McHatton does us proud in his review of The Time Tribe, over at the ”Out With the Kids” blog. Thanks again, Cooper!
The challenge today is to figure out the common, in-game object and/or person from the zoomed-in image. The winner will be chosen at random from all of the correct entries. The contest ends at the end of the day today, 3/18. The correct answer will be rewarded with 5 ingots!! So, without further delay, here is today’s image:
ERIN GO BRAGH (Ireland Forever)...
and Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Time Tribers! And be sure to watch out for those snakes… There are no snakes in Ireland or, at least, there haven’t been since the Ice Age. So what exactly did St. Patrick do? This sheds some light on the topic:http://www.patheos.com/blogs/wildhunt/2012/03/saint-patrick-druids-snakes-and-popular-myths.html
"Beware the Ides of March!" ~ William Shakespeare,...
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY… The Ides of March (Latin: Idus Martii or Idus Martiae) is a day in the Roman calendar that corresponds to March 15. It was marked by several religious observances, and became notorious as the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BCE. In the original Roman calendar, March was the first month of the year. The holidays observed by the Romans from the...
On this day...
…in 1794 Eli Whitney received a patent for his cotton gin. While this innovation finally made cotton production economically viable (by automating the tedious removal of cotton seeds from the plant fibers), unfortunately it also increased the number of slaves needed to pick cotton to fuel the burgeoning industry, thereby strengthening arguments for continuing enslavement of African...
ONCE AND FUTURE THINGS...
This is a gold medallion from Arras, depicting the emperor Constantius Chlorus being greeted by the city of Londinium in AD 296 after his forces crushed the rebel regime of Carausius (AD 286–293).
Technology in Education: Is Teaching Media... →
techedblog: The public Internet now houses over 630 million sites, a number that is growing each month. And each of those sites can have thousands or millions of individual pages (CNN.com, for example, has over 47 million pages indexed on Google, and adds thousands each day). Free access to all… Absolutely. The ”digital divide” increasingly will define poverty just as...
The challenge today is to figure out the common, in-game object from the zoomed-in image. The winner will be chosen at random from all of the correct entries. The contest ends at the end of the day today, 3/11. The correct answer will be rewarded with 10 ingots!! So, without further delay, here is today’s image:
This one goes out to all the ladies in the... →
Today is INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY...
International Women’s Day has been observed since in the early 1900’s, a time of great expansion and turbulence in the industrialized world that saw booming population growth and the rise of radical ideologies.
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GAME DEV THURSDAY...
We have some great Time Tribe reviews to post from Emmanuel, Tünde and Chantale. Thanks for the kind words guys!
…to yesterday’s question, BTW. We’re very glad you are all enjoying the game (and characters) so far. Stay tuned….there is definitely more to come!
ON THIS DATE...
…in 1770 “The Boston Massacre” took place when British troops fired on a crowd in Boston killing five people. Two British troops were later convicted of manslaughter.
imagine-that-onedirection asked: Thank you very much!
wishfulnostalgia1 asked: Hiya me and my sister were just playing the game and we found that the compass was nowhere to be found... I mean we did all the quests so that we're currently doing the daily quests but theres no compass on the bottom right... just a glitch.. right?
booksaremadeofawesome asked: yes, i tried it all! well, i hope new things will be coming soon. I'm doing all the daily quests but I really can't wait to unravel the rest of the mystery
Who is your favorite Time Tribe character so far? Lewis, Kate, Iris or Will? Why is that character your favorite?
hullokaty asked: It worked! Thanks soo much!
jyzavi asked: Hey I just discovered your game and got ridiculously excited about it being set in upstate ny! What inspired you to set it there?