Resource – Web Link http://web-link.biz/ Mon, 03 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://web-link.biz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Resource – Web Link http://web-link.biz/ 32 32 Tulikivi mineral resources in Suomussalmi increase by 10 https://web-link.biz/tulikivi-mineral-resources-in-suomussalmi-increase-by-10/ Mon, 03 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/tulikivi-mineral-resources-in-suomussalmi-increase-by-10/ PRESS RELEASE OF THE TULIKIVI CORPORATION STOCK EXCHANGE ON OCTOBER 3, 2022 AT 10:00 AM Tulikivi mineral resources at Suomussalmi increase by 10 million tonnes Tulikivi has completed additional drilling and surveying and updated the JORC Mineral Resource estimate for the Haaponen talc deposit in the mining district of its Suomussalmi plant. According to the […]]]>

PRESS RELEASE OF THE TULIKIVI CORPORATION STOCK EXCHANGE ON OCTOBER 3, 2022 AT 10:00 AM

Tulikivi mineral resources at Suomussalmi increase by 10 million tonnes

Tulikivi has completed additional drilling and surveying and updated the JORC Mineral Resource estimate for the Haaponen talc deposit in the mining district of its Suomussalmi plant.

According to the report, the indicated mineral resources of the Haaponen deposit are 22.3 million tonnes and their average talc grade is 44.4%. The update of the mineral resources takes into account the results of the new drillings, the drillings carried out for the extraction of the samples for the enrichment tests and the analyzes carried out on these. The new drill holes penetrate the adjacent rock and deep extension of the ore contacts and confirm that the deposit extends deeper than previously estimated. According to the samples, the sulfur content of the rock adjacent to the deposit is very low, which considerably reduces the environmental impact of mining operations. The mechanical properties of the rock were also determined from the samples. The information will be used for risk management in the quarry exploitation plan.

Mineral resources were previously estimated at 12.3 million tonnes. According to the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK), the Kivikangas, Sivusuvanto and Kivisuvanto deposits, which are located in the same mining district, have a total mineral resource potential of over 10 million tonnes. Fortification tests conducted by GTK show that talc is suitable for most commercial products.

The Mineral Resource estimate was prepared by Markku Meriläinen, MAusIMM JORC (2012), and Pekka Loven, MAusIMM (CP) JORC (2012), as competent persons.

“The modeling demonstrates that the Haaponen talc deposit is very uniform in quality and has a clear shape. Together with the much larger mineral resource, this forms a solid basis to develop the deposit for responsible, energetic and profitable use. I am very satisfied with the good work that has been done. We are in a good position to continue,” says Erkki Kuronen, who will soon take over as Managing Director of Nordic Talc.

It is too early to assess whether the project will be carried out or to estimate its financial impacts.

TULIKIVI CORPORATION
board of directors

Further information: Heikki Vauhkonen, Managing Director, tel. +358 (0)207 636 555

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Canada launches new resource kit in support of the 50 – 30 Challenge https://web-link.biz/canada-launches-new-resource-kit-in-support-of-the-50-30-challenge/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 18:04:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/canada-launches-new-resource-kit-in-support-of-the-50-30-challenge/ Ottawa, Ontario Equity, diversity and inclusion are fundamental to Canada’s economy, today and tomorrow. When senior executives reflect Canada’s diversity, businesses and organizations of all sizes benefit. The Government of Canada believes that Canadian businesses should look like Canada and that bringing broader perspectives and talent to decision-making bodies is essential to building a stronger […]]]>

Ottawa, Ontario

Equity, diversity and inclusion are fundamental to Canada’s economy, today and tomorrow. When senior executives reflect Canada’s diversity, businesses and organizations of all sizes benefit. The Government of Canada believes that Canadian businesses should look like Canada and that bringing broader perspectives and talent to decision-making bodies is essential to building a stronger and more resilient economy.

Today, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, launched the What Works Toolkit, an extensive online resource designed for Canadian organizations looking to adopt equity and diversity best practices. The toolkit was created in partnership with KPMG in Canada and is hosted online by the Diversity Institute, one of five ecosystem partners supporting the 50 – 30 Challenge.

The What Works Toolkit provides actionable actions, best practices and evidence-based strategic workplace approaches for recruiting, mentoring, promoting and retaining diverse staff. It also includes anti-racism and anti-harassment activities and initiatives and provides examples of successful diversity plans that can be replicated to help organizations achieve their diversity goals.

In addition to supporting this new resource, the five challenge ecosystem partners are actively developing various materials to help participants achieve the goals of the challenge, such as awareness and events, diversity programs, trainings, plans of action and general advice. These additional resources will become available over the coming months.

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Resource Increase at Globex Labyrinth Royalty Property https://web-link.biz/resource-increase-at-globex-labyrinth-royalty-property/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:22:18 +0000 https://web-link.biz/resource-increase-at-globex-labyrinth-royalty-property/ ROUYN-NORANDA, Quebec, Sept. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GLOBEX MINING ENTERPRISES INC. (GMX – Toronto Stock Exchange, G1MN – Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Berlin, Munich, Tradegate, Lang & Schwarz, LS Exchange, TTMzero, Düsseldorf and Quotrix Düsseldorf Stock Exchangeangels and GLBXF – OTCQX International in the United States) is pleased to inform shareholders that Labyrinth Resources today announced […]]]>

ROUYN-NORANDA, Quebec, Sept. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GLOBEX MINING ENTERPRISES INC. (GMX – Toronto Stock Exchange, G1MN – Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Berlin, Munich, Tradegate, Lang & Schwarz, LS Exchange, TTMzero, Düsseldorf and Quotrix Düsseldorf Stock Exchangeangels and GLBXF – OTCQX International in the United States) is pleased to inform shareholders that Labyrinth Resources today announced a increase to 500,000 ounces of gold inasmuch as Inferred resource at the Labyrinth Gold Project (formerly called Russian Kid Mine). The project is located in the township of Dasserat, Quebec, west of Rouyn-Noranda. Globex retains a 5% gross metal royalty on the first 25,000 ounces of gold produced and a 3% gross metal royalty on all subsequent production.

The resource would be “open in all directions, supporting substantial mineral resource growth potential through near-mine and regional drilling.” Inferred Mineral Resources are reported as “3 mt at 5.0 g/t Au for 500,000 oz Au at a cut-off of 3 g/t Au.

Shareholders can access the lengthy Labyrinth press release by clicking here.

Globex is pleased with Labyrinth’s reported progress and looks forward to their continued success in increasing the resource base.

(Note: Production royalties are only payable upon production.)

This press release was prepared by Jack Stoch, P. Geo., President and Chief Executive Officer of Globex in his capacity as a Qualified Person (QP) under NI 43-101.

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Forward-looking statements: Except for historical information, this press release may contain certain “forward-looking statements”. These statements may involve a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results, level of activity and performance to differ materially from Globex Mining’s expectations and projections. Enterprises Inc. (“Globex”). No assurance can be given that the events anticipated by the forward-looking information will or will occur, or if any of them occur, what benefits Globex will derive therefrom. A more detailed discussion of the risks is available in the “Annual Information Form” filed by Globex on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

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Continental Resources: Projected Cash Flow of $2 Billion in H2 2022 (NYSE: CLR) https://web-link.biz/continental-resources-projected-cash-flow-of-2-billion-in-h2-2022-nyse-clr/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 08:06:00 +0000 https://web-link.biz/continental-resources-projected-cash-flow-of-2-billion-in-h2-2022-nyse-clr/ Imaginima The estimated value of continental resources’ (NYSE: CLR) the stock fell slightly due to lower oil prices. I haven’t changed my outlook on long-term oil prices (which I hold at around $70 WTI oil). However, Continental has no oil hedges, so lower oil prices in the shorter term (like 2H 2022 and 2023) reduce […]]]>

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The estimated value of continental resources’ (NYSE: CLR) the stock fell slightly due to lower oil prices. I haven’t changed my outlook on long-term oil prices (which I hold at around $70 WTI oil). However, Continental has no oil hedges, so lower oil prices in the shorter term (like 2H 2022 and 2023) reduce the additional cash flow it could generate at the strip compared to $70 oil.

I now estimate the value of Continental at around $76 to $77 per share in a scenario where commodity prices follow the current strip until the end of 2023 and then find themselves at long-term prices of $70 of WTI oil and $4.00 of NYMEX gas.

Harold Hamm’s non-binding offer to take Continental private at $70 per share will likely keep Continental’s price from falling much further, unless the outlook for oil prices collapses (which increases the odds that Hamm will withdraw the offer). A situation where oil prices drift moderately lower would likely cause the special committee to back the $70 offer or attempt to negotiate a modest increase in that offer.

Hedges

Continental is not hedged on crude oil (with the exception of NYMEX roll swaps). It has the majority of its 2H 2022 natural gas production hedged, as well as approximately 43% of its 2023 natural gas production and 31% of its 2024 natural gas production hedged (based on production levels from 2H 2022 at least).

Continental’s 2H 2022 hedges are worth approximately $325 million negative at the current strip, while its 2023-2025 hedges are worth approximately $441 million negative at the current strip.

Continental hedges

Continental’s Hedges (Continental Resources – Q2 2022 – 10Q)

Outlook 2H 2022

The strip for the second half of 2022 has dropped significantly, to around $84 for WTI oil (including actuals to date) and $7.50 for Henry Hub gas. At these prices, Continental is expected to generate $4.92 billion in oil and gas revenue for the second half of 2022 before hedging. It expects production to increase in the second half, with oil production around 213,500 barrels per day.

As noted above, Continental’s 2H 2022 natural gas hedges have a negative estimated value of approximately $325 million.

Units Price per unit Revenue (millions of dollars)
Oil (Barrels) 39,284,000 $81.50 $3,202
Natural gas [MCF] 212,888,000 $8.00 $1,703
Network service operations $15
Coverage value -325$
Total $4,595

Continental has approximately $1.48 billion for its capital budget for 2022, leading to a projection that it could generate $1.945 billion of positive cash flow in the second half of 2022 before dividends (approximately $203 million). to $0.28 per share per quarter).

millions of dollars
Operating costs $310
Production tax $380
Cash SG&A $95
Cash interest $135
Cash taxes $250
Capital expenditure $1,480
Dividend $203
Total expenses $2,853

Continental is now expected to end 2022 with net debt of $4.034 billion, assuming no more share buybacks or acquisitions.

Notes on assessment

In a scenario where oil and gas prices follow the current band through the end of 2022 and then return to long-term prices of $70 WTI Oil and $4.00 Henry Hub Natural Gas, i I would estimate Continental’s value at around $74 to $75 per share. I raised my outlook for long-term gas prices to $4, which helps Continental’s value, although lower near-term cash flow (with lower oil prices) offsets that benefit. .

If oil and gas prices also follow the current 2023 band (about $74 WTI oil and $5.55 Henry Hub gas), then Continental’s value would increase to about $76 to $77 per share long term (after 2023) $70 WTI oil and $4 gas scenario.

Conclusion

Continental Resources is not hedged on its oil production, so it is fully affected by short-term oil price fluctuations. So, while my outlook for long-term oil prices is unchanged (at $70 WTI oil), Continental’s short-term cash flow projections reduce its value a bit.

I still believe Continental is worth more than Harold Hamm’s $70 per share offer, although the gap has closed due to lower oil prices. With WTI oil at $70 long-term and Henry Hub gas at $4, I estimate Continental’s value at around $70 per share.

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SCASD Board of Directors renews agreements for school resource officers https://web-link.biz/scasd-board-of-directors-renews-agreements-for-school-resource-officers/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 20:44:05 +0000 https://web-link.biz/scasd-board-of-directors-renews-agreements-for-school-resource-officers/ State College Area High School. Photo of Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com The State College Area School Board voted Monday to approve agreements that will continue to provide three school resource officers from local police departments. As in the past, a State College police officer will be assigned full-time to the high school and another to […]]]>

State College Area High School. Photo of Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com

The State College Area School Board voted Monday to approve agreements that will continue to provide three school resource officers from local police departments.

As in the past, a State College police officer will be assigned full-time to the high school and another to the Delta Building and Mount Nittany Middle School. A Patton Township police officer will be assigned 20 hours per week to Park Forest Middle School. All three will also check with elementary schools and extracurricular activities.

According to the memorandums of understanding with the municipalities, the school district will pay 75% of State College officer salaries and 50% of the Patton Township officer salary.

SROs “hold an important place in school and campus safety,” but are not involved in student discipline, Acting Superintendent Curtis Johnson wrote in a memo to the board. District officials have previously said the SROs can help with criminal cases involving students, but do not make arrests or determine charges.

“…[I]Importantly, SROs serve multiple functions, all of which are grounded in student and employee safety,” Johnson wrote. “In addition, the SROs provide our district with specific emergency response training, conduct safety audits of our campuses, and serve as a liaison between the district and our community’s first responders.”

The board voted 8-0 to approve the agreements, which are renewed on an annual basis. Carline Crevecoeur abstained, saying she felt the issue needed more community input.

“I really wish we were lucky enough to get a lot of community input into this discussion because of all the emails we’ve received and all the discussion this has had,” Crevecoeur said. “So that’s what really bothers me with this vote today, because I don’t think people really understood what we’re doing and I don’t think we got enough feedback from the community.”

Crevecoeur noted that among members of the public who spoke about the issue at a climate, culture and learning committee meeting in August, “not everyone sees SROs in the same light. Not everyone has had the same experience. »

Some community members urged the district to maintain or increase the number of SROs, citing the lack of officers in elementary schools. (The district also employs two internal security professionals at the high school and contracts with Standing Stone Consulting Inc. up to 10 security guards in high school and one in each of the two middle schools.)

But others questioned whether police should be in schools and asked the district to consider to research which found that students of color tend to feel less safe with a police presence at school and have a disproportionate number of negative interactions.

Cynthia Young, a member of the district’s race and marginalized population task force, said the outlook is often not simply for or against ORS. At an open house organized by the task force two years ago, this was the number one issue, she said.

“I was surprised it was the number one issue, because it’s not like there was an ORS incident in our district that caused it,” Young said. “But I think it speaks to the fact that this issue is complicated and actually it’s not just kind of a pro or con. It’s very multi-layered. I’m saying as someone who knows Well these questions and what I think is missing from the discussion is that the question of an ORS in school is not just whether we like the person doing it. actually about the national climate and the regional climate and the state climate and how police violence is constantly in the news.

For this reason, Young said there was a need to raise public awareness of the role of SROs.

“If we had more public education about what an SRO does, we could also have substantive, evidence-based discussions and also based on the research that exists on the impact of SROs,” Young said. “But I guess the most important thing is that we would have a clear idea of ​​the impact of having an ORS on our students, which seems to me to be the most important point.”

SCASD uses the Pennsylvania Schools Climate Survey to help collect data on safety and security, including the perception of ORS in our schools and how best to use them in our district,” said Johnson, adding that the survey and specific questions on ORS will be discussed at the next meeting of the Culture, Climate and Learning Committee.

Board member Peter Buck suggested the district host a public issues forum “a very well-led, publicized and focused conversation” about SROs. He also said the district should liaise with the State College Community Oversight Board for the police department.

Young, who also chairs the Community Oversight Council, agreed.

“The COB can absolutely work with the school district to get feedback, to think about what kinds of problems an SRO presents,” she said.

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SIU School of Medicine Program Focused on Farmer Health https://web-link.biz/siu-school-of-medicine-program-focused-on-farmer-health/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 05:32:44 +0000 https://web-link.biz/siu-school-of-medicine-program-focused-on-farmer-health/ With food and daily needs dependent on the work of farmers, the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine has created a program that will focus on providing resources to improve the mental and physical health of farmers and their families. The Farm Family Resource Initiative brings together resources dedicated to farmers and their lives. Illinois […]]]>

With food and daily needs dependent on the work of farmers, the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine has created a program that will focus on providing resources to improve the mental and physical health of farmers and their families.

The Farm Family Resource Initiative brings together resources dedicated to farmers and their lives.

Illinois has a large agricultural sector and farmers have a unique set of circumstances surrounding work and daily life, Karen Stallman, agricultural resource specialist at the Center for Rural Health and Human Services Development at the SIU School of Medical.

“Farmers face a lot of stress,” Stallman said. “There are a lot of variables that farmers cannot control.”

Stallman said a farmer’s livelihood depends on the weather, his equipment, commodity prices and many other variables that impact his yield or his ability to do his job.

The program aims to help farmers cope with these stressors and find resources to help them, whether it’s support groups, mental health professionals, doctors or other programs.

“The various factors can be difficult to manage, and farmers and farm families struggle because of them,” Stallman said.

With the spring planting season and fall harvest, Stallman said this can be one of the toughest times for farmers and the initiative presents them with an opportunity to gain support.

The Farm Family Resource Initiative site includes blogs, webinars and videos on topics that impact farmers, including the impact of climate change on farmers and their mental health.

The program was piloted in 2019 in six counties, including Morgan and Sangamon, before rolling out to all counties in the state.

In addition to connecting farmers and their families with resources, Stallman said their program also received funding to help cover six free sessions — individual, couple or group — with a mental health professional.

“That means a farmer doesn’t have to travel, they can do it from home,” Stallman said. It also allows them to do it at their own pace, which is necessary when juggling busy schedules depending on the weather.

They will help you identify problems and find resources.

The Farm Family Resource Initiative has also partnered with the state hotline to provide a place for farmers or their families to call for help. The hotline is available at 1-833-FARM-SOS (833-327-6767).

Those wishing to connect with resources can visit the Farm Family Resource Initiative website. They can also email FarmFamilyResourceHelpline@mhsil.com.

“We rely on farmers for our food, so we have to take care of them,” Stallman said. “We always say a farmer takes care of his crop, his livestock, but he doesn’t take care of themselves. We want to do that.”

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Etz Chaim Congregation honors Cobb Schools Resource Officers https://web-link.biz/etz-chaim-congregation-honors-cobb-schools-resource-officers/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 17:58:51 +0000 https://web-link.biz/etz-chaim-congregation-honors-cobb-schools-resource-officers/ Cobb County School District Resource Officers Kevin Brunson, William Duling and Jerry Quan hold plaques given to them by teenagers from Etz Chaim Congregation. Photos: Jewish National Fund-US. Etz Chaim Congregation of East Cobb celebrated the anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks this week by honoring Cobb County School District Resource Officers. Their presentation […]]]>
Cobb County School District Resource Officers Kevin Brunson, William Duling and Jerry Quan hold plaques given to them by teenagers from Etz Chaim Congregation. Photos: Jewish National Fund-US.

Etz Chaim Congregation of East Cobb celebrated the anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks this week by honoring Cobb County School District Resource Officers.

Their presentation on Wednesday to Resource Officers Jerry Quan, William Marshall Duling and Kevin Brunson, thanking them for their service, was done in partnership with the Jewish National Fund-USA.

Teenagers from the synagogue’s youth group presented plaques to the officers.

“I felt inspired to see the people who keep me safe in the synagogue I grew up in,” said Mia Kleinman, a teenager from Etz Chaim.

Said Tamar Oren, a senior at Sprayberry High School: “Officers are like our fathers in school. They talk to us in the lobby and are people we go to for absolutely everything. I know they risked their lives and I will be eternally grateful to them.

Rabbi Etz Chaim Daniel Dorsch said, “We continue to be grateful for our community’s partnership with the Jewish National Fund-USA which has allowed us to honor our law enforcement personnel in such a way. special and meaningful.

According to a JNF statement, the plaque features the JNF’s Living 9/11 Memorial in Jerusalem, which is “the only such memorial site outside the United States that lists all the names of those killed on September 11.” September 11th.

“It represents the firefighters, paramedics and police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice and worked tirelessly to save countless lives on that infamous day, and honors the first responders who risk everything to protect and serve. Established in 2009, the monument reflects the deep bond between the State of Israel and the United States, and our countries’ shared values ​​of peace, religious tolerance, democracy and counterterrorism.

Etz Chaim Congregation honors Cobb Schools Resource Officers

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Commercial Fisheries Resource Funding Committees to Meet September 29 https://web-link.biz/media-advisory-commercial-fisheries-resource-funding-committees-to-meet-september-29/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 22:05:16 +0000 https://web-link.biz/media-advisory-commercial-fisheries-resource-funding-committees-to-meet-september-29/ MORE HEAD Sep 15, 2022 The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission Commercial Resource Fund Committee and the North Carolina Commercial Fisheries Resource Fund Fund Committee will meet jointly via web conference on September 29 at 6 p.m. Members of the public can listen to the meeting by telephone or listen to and view the presentations […]]]>

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The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission Commercial Resource Fund Committee and the North Carolina Commercial Fisheries Resource Fund Fund Committee will meet jointly via web conference on September 29 at 6 p.m.

Members of the public can listen to the meeting by telephone or listen to and view the presentations online. A meeting agenda and WebEx link can be found here. A listening station will be established at the headquarters of the NC Division of Marine Fisheries at 3441 Arendell Street, Morehead City.

Public comments will not be accepted during the meeting. Members of the public can submit written comments to the panel in three ways:

  1. Online reviews – Public comments will be accepted via an online format accessible by clicking here.
  2. Comments sent by post – Written comments may be mailed to: September 29, 2022 CFRF Meeting Comments, PO Box 769, Morehead City, NC 28557.
  3. Delivered by hand – Written comments can be dropped off at the Marine Fisheries Division Headquarters Office, 3441 Arendell St., Morehead City, 28447, NC

Comments must be posted online or received at the Division office by 4 p.m. on September 27, 2022. Public comments will not be accepted by email.

For more information, please contact William.Brantley@ncdenr.gov or call 252-808-8015.

WHO: North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission Commercial Resource Fund Committee
and NC Commercial Fishing Resource Fund Funding Committee
WHAT: Joint meeting
WHEN: Sept. 29 at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Meeting by Web Conference
Click here for the meeting link

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Why You Should Play Resource Wars https://web-link.biz/why-you-should-play-resource-wars/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:27:43 +0000 https://web-link.biz/why-you-should-play-resource-wars/ The first thing you need to know about Resource War is that it is part of a series. And not just any series. This fabulous multiplayer RPG from Creauctopus is the latest game in the famous sci-fi franchise that debuted in 2019 with Ailment. For the uninitiated, Ailment is a roguelike action RPG that sees […]]]>

The first thing you need to know about Resource War is that it is part of a series.

And not just any series. This fabulous multiplayer RPG from Creauctopus is the latest game in the famous sci-fi franchise that debuted in 2019 with Ailment.

For the uninitiated, Ailment is a roguelike action RPG that sees you play as a crew member on a spaceship.

After an aborted rescue mission on another ship, you wake up from a three-day coma to find your friends and co-workers have turned into zombies out to kill you. Needless to say, your only immediate course of action is to kill them first.

Your longer term goal is to figure out what’s going on.

Ailment was followed in 2020 by Endurance, a prequel storyline set on the ship you were exploring before you find yourself embroiled in an interstellar zombie disaster.

Like Ailment, Endurance is a perfect pixel art indie game with addictive roguelike gameplay, a fantastic story, and spectacular space violence.

There is also multiplayer, and this is the feature that Creauctopus has decided to unveil in Resource War.

Set 50 years after the events of Endurance, Resource War is a straight forward multiplayer RPG. There’s no big narrative setup and no zombie-based mystery to solve.

Instead, it’s just a lot of fun to shoot.

The action is team-based, with squads of four taking on countless other teams in massive randomly generated levels. Between rounds, you can upgrade your skills, change your armor, experiment with different weapons, and customize your look.

This is a simple yet highly polished RPG shooter set in a richly detailed universe.

Here are four reasons why you need to play Resource War right now.

It has a serious vintage

Anyone who’s ever watched a movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe knows the power of worldbuilding. Placing multiple games in the same universe feels like you’re coming into contact with a whole fictional dimension.

While Resource War doesn’t explicitly continue the story of Ailment and Endurance, it absolutely benefits from belonging to the same fantasy timeline.

It has genre straddling gameplay

Like Ailment and Endurance, Resource War refuses to stick to one genre. On the surface, it has a lot in common with other top-down shooters like Enter the Gungeon and Nuclear Throne. But it augments those influences with some innovative roguelike features.

Additionally, Resource War takes some cues from the RPG genre, allowing you to upgrade your character around your own personal playstyle.

It’s rich but accessible

Aside from what we’ve already told you about Resource War, one look at the trailer above will tell you just how in-depth its gameplay goes.

There’s all sorts of stuff going on, with weapons galore, teleporters, fantastic gear, and tons of customization options. But it all comes in a simple, cartoony package that you can enjoy right off the bat.

His presentation is stellar

Another perk of being part of an established sci-fi franchise is that Resource War comes with its own distinctive, fully realized aesthetic.

The graphics are detailed enough to make the world feel real. But at the same time, they’re simple enough to ensure there’s no visual clutter to distract you from your mission (i.e. kill everyone). Additionally, the characters all have their own unique and customizable appearance.

Resource War has language support for Ukrainian, Polish, English, Italian, Portuguese, French, Turkish, German, Spanish, Dutch, and Norwegian. This means a virtually unlimited supply of human opponents and teammates.

To get started, download Resource War for free right now from the Google Play Store.

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Delray Beach Hosts Tree Giveaway and Resource Fair at Pompey Park https://web-link.biz/delray-beach-hosts-tree-giveaway-and-resource-fair-at-pompey-park/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 14:33:50 +0000 https://web-link.biz/delray-beach-hosts-tree-giveaway-and-resource-fair-at-pompey-park/ DELRAY BEACH — City resident Dara Charson was all smiles Saturday morning as she wore her new splash pin in the Pompey Park parking lot. Charson was one of many Delray Beach residents who came to the park Saturday for a resource fair and tree giveaway hosted by the city and some of its community […]]]>

DELRAY BEACH — City resident Dara Charson was all smiles Saturday morning as she wore her new splash pin in the Pompey Park parking lot.

Charson was one of many Delray Beach residents who came to the park Saturday for a resource fair and tree giveaway hosted by the city and some of its community partners.

The 250 native and fruit trees provided by Community Greening were all claimed by noon on a first-come, first-served basis.

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“We loved the opportunity to help spruce up our neighborhood,” Charson said. “Community Greening is a wonderful organization…I’ve been to a few events they’ve hosted over the years and I’m always thrilled to see the work they do for all of our local communities.”

Planting instructions hang from a slash pine during a tree giveaway at Pompey Park in Delray Beach, Florida on September 10, 2022.

Residents of the event were allowed to take home two trees each. The selection included limbo okra, guava, mango, live oak, Simpson’s cap, soursop, splash pine and loquat.

Charson left with an oak and pine tree to add to the landscape of her rental property.

“[The] owner is very open to improving the landscaping of the property, so we plan to plant them here and add to the greenery of the neighborhood,” Charson said. “We are always excited to support [Community Greening] while continuing to give back and support our local communities. »

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