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Ok, it took some digging to find out where this one came from, but I got it for you guys. This was a still taken from a YouTube video called “Zelda breath of the wild stupid way to kill guardians!” by Brandon … Continue reading
Karl M. Kapp is the author of the book The Gamification of Learning and Instruction. This quote was taken from an interview he gave to The Learning Circle.
Since I got my copy of Broken Age in the mail, I thought I’d share with you some of the artwork that’s been uploaded from the game so you can see its wonderful art style. Broken Age is a point … Continue reading
This is probably a little bit more for the collector in your life, but I have to share. I just got my copy of Broken Age in the mail. An actual hard copy of the game! That’s what Limited Run … Continue reading
The word nerd in me loves this. What a hilarious gap between the Haiku form and the words.
This week’s Craft Saturday features an item you make, but don’t make: Video Game Puzzles. I have a few that I’ve received as Christmas presents, and with the kid’s cleaning up the playroom this week, I took advantage of the … Continue reading
The Husband loves Godzilla. I love Yoshi. This is a pretty brilliant. Artist signature in lower right is unfortunately indecipherable in all uploads.
It’s dinner time and you’ve just told your kid to turn off the game they are playing, and instead of saying “OK” and shutting off the game, they say, “Give me a minute” and then take another five or more. … Continue reading
I have a love hate relationship with the Jak and Daxter series. As in love the first game, hate the 180 it took for the rest of the series. One of the things they did right from the first game, … Continue reading
I love this story so much.