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I play lots of games, develop a few. Check out my publisher's page at lumenaris.com.

New games published in 2013:

Games published in 2012:

  • Caravans of Asia: Trading on the Silk Road in the days of Marco Polo.
  • Arabian Sails: An expansion for Caravans; sailing ships on the monsoon winds of the Indian Ocean.

Dec
13
comment Did Mountbatten favour India in partition of India-Pakistan?
So fold it in to your answer. As it stands, you assert that Mountbatten favored India without any support.
Dec
13
comment Did Mountbatten favour India in partition of India-Pakistan?
Any sources for your assertion?
Dec
13
comment What went wrong with India's scientific development as a society?
When you say "our ancestors", you might want to make it clear whose ancestors you mean. Not everyone on this site is from India.
Dec
12
comment Did the civil wars of 17th century England facilitate an independent spirit in the American colonies?
With the edit, this sounds like a great answer to the question. +1 from me.
Oct
14
comment How do historians deal with Historical Bias?
Seconding user2875474's request: if you downvote this (or anything else), leave a comment why.
Sep
27
comment What was the last public school to desegregate in the US? And when?
Schools are still segregated in a number of countries. Malaysia, for example, grants a number of legal privileges to ethnic Malays, and many schools and colleges are thereby legally segregated.
Sep
12
comment Why was the water in roman fountains cold?
How is this a history question, rather than a plumbing question?
Sep
11
comment What is the most important historical theme of Bronze age society
@GerbenJacobs, it's still too broad, but I'm glad you're here asking it. Just because you're using this information to make a video game doesn't make it a less-valid inquiry.
Sep
9
comment What is the most important historical theme of Bronze age society
@GerbenJacobs, this question is far too broad. Some suggestions for questions you might ask: What's the social structure of a settlement in Bronze Age Europe (BAE)? What's the predominant religious practice of BAE? What kind of warfare was there in BAE? What was the main cause of death in BAE? What made life in BAE different from what came before? from what came after?
Sep
5
comment When did Hinduism forbid overseas travel?
@AskingStory, that would be a good question for you to ask on meta.history.se, though I would disagree with your observation.
Aug
28
comment What was wrong with Hitler's left hand?
Which encyclopedia? There are a lot of them out there.
Aug
19
comment Before 1961, what did they think would happen to people in weightlessness?
@JamesWoolfenden, since you're citing the sources for the information, there's no question of plagarism.
Aug
16
comment Before 1961, what did they think would happen to people in weightlessness?
@coleopterist, thanks for the pointer.
Aug
16
comment When did we figure out that Venus was too hot for humans?
@Vector, thanks for pointing out the discrepancy between the title and the body of the question.
Aug
15
comment Before 1961, what did they think would happen to people in weightlessness?
@JamesWoolfenden, that link you posted answers the question very well. A summary of the beliefs from it would make an excellent answer.
Aug
15
comment Before 1961, what did they think would happen to people in weightlessness?
These are some really great links, but in the future they might not last. If you fold in some of their information into your answer, it would be a very informative answer.
Aug
5
comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
@BROY, not always. Sometimes the start of a movement is just a spark, but by the end it incorporates many different causes. The US did not join WWI because of Gavrilo Princip.
Aug
3
comment How did schoolgirls dress in Japan in the 1930s/40s?
This is a very broad question. What do you want to know about their schooling? Once you've figured that out, split that into a separate question from the one about their dress.
Aug
2
comment Why and how were east Brandenburg, Pomerania and Silesia taken away from Germany after WW2?
"massive population exchanges...to ensure countries' ethnic homogeneity" What a disgusting thing to do. +1 for a good answer, though.
Jul
28
comment Are modern Greeks related to the ancient Greeks?
You don't even have to look at the indigenous Americans to get this effect -- most Americans aren't of English descent, yet speak English.