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Collectible Editions of Retro Comics Hunted Worldwide

Collectible Editions of Retro Comics Hunted Worldwide

Many know comic books only as a form of entertainment. However, some comic books can be great items for increasing in value. Let’s have a quick look at what some of those comic books are.  This should come as no surprise that some comic books…

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How to Dominate the Game of Scrabble: 9 Tips

How to Dominate the Game of Scrabble: 9 Tips

For anyone not familiar with it, Scrabble is a crossword-style game in which two or four players put tiles, each bearing a number, onto a scoreboard with 15 by 15 square grids. In the gameplay, each of the four players gets a rack of seven…

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How to create a retro gaming man cave

How to create a retro gaming man cave

For many of us, old school gaming is not just nostalgic, it’s more than that. It brings back emotions that have been tucked away since our childhood. So, now you’ve got your own house or apartment to fill, and at some points you must be…

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What movie house would I most like to buy?

What movie house would I most like to buy?

I’m one of those people, like a lot of us I’m sure, that likes to daydream about things, such as what I would like to get if I was rich. If money was no object and you could get whatever you want. Pretty unlikely I…

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Fantasy Football is scratching my football management itch

Fantasy Football is scratching my football management itch

Football management sims is a video game genre that we could write a whole book about. It’s a hugely interesting topic and there have been dozens of games over the years that would fit into the category. My history with them is fairly brief, but…

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Modern Takes on Retrogaming Classics

Modern Takes on Retrogaming Classics

Throughout the years gaming as a whole has gone through huge changes, in terms of the genres and styles that have been most popular. But one thing has remained true. Familiarity has often been the key for the success of many titles. Gaming developers often…

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Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

And so it begins. At the start of the year, I gave myself a James Bond challenge. I wanted to rewatch all the Bond movies in order, and rank them. But I then added in reading all the original Ian Fleming novels for the first…

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5 Homework Struggles That Only 90s Kids Understand

5 Homework Struggles That Only 90s Kids Understand

The education system has dramatically transformed over the past couple of decades. It’s hard to believe how different it was before, in the 90s and early 2000s. Today, students can’t even imagine what challenges were imposed on learners 20-30 years ago. Let’s dig deeper and…

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The Deadliest Game of Blackjack Ever- Resident Evil 7: 21 DLC

The Deadliest Game of Blackjack Ever- Resident Evil 7: 21 DLC

Our last article was all about James Bond being an old school casino gambler and touched upon how it was great to Timothy Dalton’s Bond playing my favourite casino game, Blackjack. But for this article we thought we’d go for a more modern variation of…

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James Bond really was an old school Casino gambler

James Bond really was an old school Casino gambler

After a recent resurgence of my interest in all things Bond, I’ve started to read all the original Ian Fleming Bond novels and rewatch all the movies. I’m only early into this challenge, having just read the Casino Royale novel and watching the 1954 TV…

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