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Create a film of up to five minutes and enter the Sony PROduction Awards 2014. More infos.
A short promotional film for an upcoming rollerblade competition at the oldest indoor skatepark in the UK. Shot in one continuous take to show off the unique flow of the park. Featuring Jake Ricketts, Brandon Young, Lew Neale, Fin Vardy-White, Grant Major and Andrew Lawrence.
TRE339 presents the BladeDice app for Blading/ Aggressive-inline/ Freestyle Rollerblading/ Rollerblading. The app sets the trick combined from three different variables (spin, side, trickname).
Each player (1-5) tries to do the trick. If a player fails the trick, he gets a letter.
If a player gets five letters (BLADE), he drops out of the game. The last player without 5 letters wins. A great way to learn new tricks or mix up the normal sessions.
If you are running an older iOS version or Android on your phones, you might be interested by Trickit (iOS 3+), King of the Spot (Android 2.2+), Art of Rolling Skate Dice (Android 1.5+) or Freestyle Generator (Android 2.1+)
Thanks a lot for your support. Here’s an exclusive sneak peak of the game for you! It’s a work in progress so it doesn’t represent the final quality. – On a Roll Studio.
- Larger Picture | Visit Onarollstudios.tumblr.com.
- Previously: On a Roll Studio (Blading Game), the rumors are true.
Thanks Jelle (forums).
Invader. Vocals: Austin Barrett. Drums: Billy O’Neill. Bass: Jon Jon Bolino. Guitar: Nico Magellan.
Invader’s debut EP ‘From the Chronochasm’ is a raw collection of sonic artifacts retrieved from the void of time, warning the blue planetoid of it’s impending doom. Support the band and get it for $3 on Bandcamp.
Anonymous comments are back!
(for the moment). Thanks for your inputs.
Maximus: “At my signal, unleash hell“.
Anonymous comments or comments via Facebook? Time to vote.
Jeff Dalnas wrote on the subject on his blog:
Okay, so I’m not sure how I feel about this. Seeing that I frequently have content posted on Rollernews and have been a victim of the hatred comments from fellow bladers.
But I don’t think I agree with this, I mean are we really “gay” like you guys really can’t handle a little online bullying from an anonymous dweeb or who knows, maybe even another “professional” blader (I’ve heard certain ones regularly post on Rollernews anonymously).
I think that was the best part of Rollernews and was just quality entertainment. I mean I normally decide whether or not I’m gonna watch an edit based strictly on the number of comments. And normally the best edits are the ones with the most hate. I don’t know but did Rollernews just get a little more boring?
Anyways just my two cents. What y’all think? – Jeff Dalnas.