Oldschool Awesome — Sword and Sworcery brings it!

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 […]

My most anticipated game of 2011 [Video]

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 […]

Finally. The must-have app for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

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 […]

Free Virtual PC from Microsoft — ArsTechnica

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 […]

Freelancer Trial Version

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 […]