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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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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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5 Best Educational-Tech Tools of the 90s

5 Best Educational-Tech Tools of the 90s

Have you ever wondered about the technological tools that students used back in the 90s to learn effectively and get good grades? If yes, then today’s the day for you. Thanks to rapid technological advancement, today’s students have access to 3D printing, educational apps, robots,…

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Retro toys and video arcades in Japan

Retro toys and video arcades in Japan

Japan has long since been a country I would love to visit. I’ve always been fascinated by the culture, the tradition and the creative and technical output of the country. Incredible samurai history, powerful martial arts, impressive electronic industries, beautiful manga and anime, and last…

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Book Review: Acorn – A World in Pixels

Book Review: Acorn – A World in Pixels

I was recently sent a review copy of ‘Acorn – A World in Pixels‘ by Idesine. As a rule I only like reviewing stuff that I am genuinely interested in myself, but this one really did peak my interest. As ever with review copies of…

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My James Bond book and film challenge – and a Bond timeline

My James Bond book and film challenge – and a Bond timeline

James Bond, and the movies in particular, are a lot of things to different people, depending on which version of Bond you prefer. Exciting action movies, thrilling spy adventures, fantasy sci-fi, gritty dark thrillers, even fun campy pseudo-comedies at times. It’s all of those things…

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Learning to Skateboard in my 40s – Part 3

Learning to Skateboard in my 40s – Part 3

My original plan was to write a blog post every month to document my skateboard progression, but real life has gotten in the way of that. Gotten in the way of writing the blog posts, not in the way of skateboarding. So instead, here is…

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Retrogaming – Where to begin

Retrogaming – Where to begin

In an age where many people are discovering video games through their children, or the younger generations are wanting to learn more about video game history, let’s take a back to basics look at the history video game industry. Video Games have come a long…

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This Travel Yahtzee was my first fidget device

This Travel Yahtzee was my first fidget device

I recently picked up something from eBay that I had as a kid. Travel Yahtzee. Perhaps not a thing that screams ‘kids toy’, but it was fun to play with back in the day nonetheless. And this was back in the day when every kid…

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