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Impossiball: it’s got a mind of its own

Impossiball: it’s got a mind of its own

Anyone else remember this? The ball that moved in an ‘unpredicta-ball’ way. It was like it was alive. Obviously I now know it just has a big steel ball inside, slightly off-centre to make it move strangely, but at the time it was awesome. There’s…

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Impossiball

Name: Impossiball Manufacturer: Action GT Year: Early 80s Country of origin: UK Category: Toys & Games Tags: Action GT Notes: This was so exciting to me as a child. A ball that moved in an unpredictable way. It was like it was alive. Obviously I…

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5 Vintage Movies that Predicted the Future of Technology Accurately

5 Vintage Movies that Predicted the Future of Technology Accurately

Sci-fi is undoubtedly one of the most popular movie genres out there. It’s loved widely by moviegoers from all across the world. There is nothing like watching a sci-fi movie on a big screen that opens your mind to the endless technological possibilities and is…

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Lord of the Rings locations in New Zealand I would love to visit

Lord of the Rings locations in New Zealand I would love to visit

New Zealand is a country that I have been to twice and I fell in love with it a little bit more each time. I worked there for several weeks and travelled around. I could easily live there. I would happily retire there. I want…

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Movies That Changed the Film Industry

Movies That Changed the Film Industry

Film has been around for over one hundred and forty years. It began with the first movie ever made in 1988 – albeit one that lasted about 2 seconds – and the first feature-length film in 1906. Of course, cinema has changed dramatically since then….

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Timeless arcades to build and enjoy

Timeless arcades to build and enjoy

The classics are back with a passion. We see generations of gamers fully immersed in retro titles on old Sega and Atari devices, as well as smartphones. What makes 8-bit entertainment so interesting today? Simplicity. Funky tunes. Nostalgia. The nerve-racking challenge. Pac-Man and Space Invaders…

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eSports Champions Now Make More Money Than Top Sports Names

eSports Champions Now Make More Money Than Top Sports Names

Here’s something crazy: eSports top tournaments pay their champions more money than most conventional sports personalities earn in a given competition! The earnings top tournaments pay for top teams will make you wonder why you are still breaking a sweat in the field instead of getting in…

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Fantastic Renault advert gives Dungeons & Dragons cartoon the ending it deserved

Fantastic Renault advert gives Dungeons & Dragons cartoon the ending it deserved

We’ve had some fun 80s-inspired adverts lately. The MoneySupermarket.com ones involving He-Man and Skeletor, were… interesting. The Walmart movie car ones were great. But this latest effort from Renault Brazil is superb. The Dungeons & Dragons cartoon from the 80s was awesome, and it was…

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My thoughts on Captain Marvel

My thoughts on Captain Marvel

I saw Captain Marvel a few days ago and I just wanted to get my thoughts down on the blog while they were still fresh. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought it had tonnes of charm, was extremely well made, great characters, great time…

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My thoughts on Bohemian Rhapsody viewed on Screen X technology

My thoughts on Bohemian Rhapsody viewed on Screen X technology

Queen were a big part of my childhood. I’m going to be doing a Top Ten list of my most nostalgic songs soon and I can reveal that Radio Ga Ga is very high up on that list. I had that song on vinyl single…

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