Keen

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Commander Keen: Keen Dreams
... Keen Dreams is a 1992 video game by id Software which was originally released for PCs running MS-DOS, and was ported to Android in 2013 ...
Linda Keen - Books
... Complex Dynamics with Robert I ... Devaney Hyperbolic Geometry from a Local Viewpoint with Nikola Lakic The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya} Proceedings of a Symposium held at Radcliffe College and 3 AMS special sessions ...
Commander Keen (2001 Video Game) - Gameplay
... In Commander Keen on the Game Boy Color, gameplay is somewhat different from the rest of the series ... Keen uses a Neural Ray Blaster with unlimited ammo, although the game only allows for one bullet on the screen ... To achieve points, Keen collects candy as well as other items somewhat related to the level they are in ...
KEEN, Inc. - History
... The first KEEN shoes were invented to develop a sandal that could also protect the toes—they feature a signature thick black bumper covering the toes ... KEEN Footwear now offers shoes for many outdoor activities as well as casual shoes ... KEEN has been a fast-growing company since its inception ...
Commander Keen: Keen Dreams - Gameplay
... In this game Keen does not have his pogo stick, so he cannot jump as high anymore ... Instead of the ray gun, Keen is armed with "Flower Power", small pellets he can collect and throw left, right, straight up, or, when falling, straight down ... The pellets are used up if they hit an enemy, but if Keen does not hit anything, he can retrieve and re-use the pellet if he is quick enough ...

Famous quotes containing the word keen:

    When you’re not used to comfort and good things to eat, you’re intoxicated by them in no time. Truth’s only too pleased to leave you. Very little’s ever needed for Truth to let go of you. And after all, you’re not really very keen to keep hold of it.
    Louis-Ferdinand Céline (1894–1961)

    There’s keen delight in what we have:
    The rattle of pebbles on the shore
    Under the receding wave.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    To the man-in-the-street, who, I’m sorry to say,
    Is a keen observer of life,
    The word “Intellectual” suggests straight away
    A man who’s untrue to his wife.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)