I got an email today from Butterscotch Shenanigans, the bad ass team of brothers who made my favorite Android game Quadropus Rampage (see my review). My excitement quickly turned to sorrow. When I got my cancer diagnosis What the fuck?? Turns out that Sam, age 23, was diagnosed with Stage 4 lymphoma. There are different […]
In February of this year I backed the Ascension Online Kickstarter project, which sought to bring the card game Ascension to Windows and Android devices. The product was supposed to ship before the end of this year: By backing this project, you can finally answer the question that has confounded scholars for ages—“When is Ascension […]
I review Quadropus Rampage, a fun game for Android and iOS. The game is free but you can accelerate your progress via in-app purchases.
I play a ton of Ascension, a card-based deck building game. I own the first core set and expansion and while I enjoy it, the digital experience is a lot easier to manage. Unfortunately as of this writing the Ascension app is only available for iOS. I backed the Android and Windows Kickstarter project, and […]
Here are my first impressions with Google’s latest Nexus 7 tablet.
Less than three weeks after I wrote about our Jawbone UP biometric bands, Sedagive?’s UP gave up the ghost. Her UP wrist band wouldn’t sync today. The band would stop at 2%, and then eventually stopped being recognized altogether. Here’s what we did to troubleshoot, and eventually gave up and wrote to Jawbone: Tags: android, […]
We love playing Zombicide with our friends. The game supports up to six players (we’ve played with nine players after modifying things a bit). The game is a big hit. One of the things we don’t like about the game is managing the character cards. There are two big reasons to interact with your character’s […]
Clack clack whunk There I was, playing another round of Oregon Trail. I was about six years old, typing away on my school’s amazing Apple ][ computer. My time spent in the library trying to get my band of settlers from Missouri to Oregon was pivotal and shaped my future life experience with computers, Apple, […]
“When will you be over?” “Uh … anywhere between 1PM and 5:45PM.” “…” This is the kind of conversation I had with my friends for the last twenty years. I am terrible with directions, and not very good at estimating time or distances. Coupled with my fear of being late this means that I usually […]
I used Dropbox to keep some of my files in sync. One of the problems with the Dropbox Android client is that it doesn’t sync from the device back to Dropbox. : rewind sound : Say wha? Dropbox doesn’t sync? Isn’t that the point of Dropbox? Yep. It’s true — you can sync from Dropbox […]