With an allusion to a massive psychological experiment, the new Superbrothers Role Playing Game release, Sword & Sworcery, brings a new / old 8bit look to iPad gaming. Oh, and the game can integrate with your Twitter account, extending the gameplay into the Social Media world. While I download the app and start playing (for […]
I loved Portal. It was a challenging, entertaining and darkly humourous puzzle game in a First Person Shooter style. And later this month, Valve will release Portal 2. Yes, it’s more Fun, with Science! Basically, you have a gun that creates a portable hole that is a gateway to another portable hole. The Blue-ringed hole […]
Yeah, after playing Portal through a few times, both on the Xbox and the PC, I was happy to see that Portal 2 will be arriving on shelves in the new year. If this video is any indication, it’s going to be quite fun — especially with co-op mode.
I’ve been in love with Dropbox for a while now, so much so I’m promoting it in my adspace in my sidebar. Dropbox has made it much much easier to transfer files between computers. Sure, I could email them, but that’s not at all elegant. All I do with Dropbox is copy a file to […]
Interesting read. ArsTechnica has an article/review about Microsoft’s Virtual PC, now available free. Why would you want to set up another PC on your existing PC? Check out new operating systems, experiment, play…who knows. I run a Ubuntu server for the home, on a stand-alone box. The article talks about installing Ubuntu desktop on a […]
a snapshot review by Brad Grier FreeLancer hails from a very rich lineage of games. Élite, the old Atari/Apple/Amiga classic, is probably the closest and earliest example of a game of this type — being a fairly rich space-combat-trading-ship-building-RPG style of game. Élite was one of the first that offered a 3d experience, albeit wire […]