A Years’ PC Gaming : By The Numbers!

A while ago I wrote a script to record the running times of processes on a system (see here).  It was pretty useful for work but I also thought I could use it to answer one of life’s big, unanswered questions;

Just how much PC gaming do I do?  And what games do I play the most?  When?  Can I Top>really justify buying a decent HOTAS just for Elite:Dangerous?

So I ran the script for a year, with it recording all the processes started from my games folder and how long I played them for.  So…

Numbers!  Graphs!  A documented analysis of how to waste time on the PC! Continue reading “A Years’ PC Gaming : By The Numbers!”

The End of 2015! More Stats!

Have a great New Year everyone!  Here’s the stats that WordPress sent me about my blog this year…

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,200 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

A LAN Party : By The Numbers

I’ve just a great LAN party with my friends.  And while playing games, eating food and mucking about is all well and good, what we really need to perfect the weekend is some data.

Graphs!  We need more graphs!  Luckily, thanks to my Process Time Monitoring script I could record which games we played, when we played them and for how long. Continue reading “A LAN Party : By The Numbers”