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Quadropus Rampage Video Game Review

Quadropus Rampage Video Game Review

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.

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Space Alert Board Game Review
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Space Alert Board Game Review

Space Alert unfolds in real-time, but the mechanics are unusual and stressful enough that we’ve stopped playing it. Purchase at your own risk.

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Using Google Forms to Keep Track of Ascension Scores

Using Google Forms to Keep Track of Ascension Scores

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 […]

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Organ Trail Android Game Review

Organ Trail Android Game Review

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, […]

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DCI Plug Out Cord Management Organizer Review

DCI Plug Out Cord Management Organizer Review

I have a ton of cords near my nightstand. This is partly because I’m a geek and partly because of my job. I have four Android devices on the nightstand plus my lamp. When I was helping out the iOS team I had an iPhone and an iPad charger as well. It looked like a […]

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Ascension: Online Kickstarter Has Three Days to Go

Ascension: Online Kickstarter Has Three Days to Go

I was going to write about this last week, but I had so many posts going on this fell off the calendar until today. Deck building card game Ascension is a wonderful game. I’ve been playing it since the first set and it’s definitely one of our top 10 games. However, are two big problems […]

Hey That’s My Fish Android Game Review

Hey That’s My Fish Android Game Review

We play a ton of games here — board games, card games, video games. In the last three months, we’ve spent an increasing amount of time playing board games on our mobile devices. I play the iPad version of Ascension several times a week, and we also play Elder Sign on our Android tablets. I […]

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How to Turn Off “Close Friends” Notifications on Facebook

How to Turn Off “Close Friends” Notifications on Facebook

Facebook is known for two things: being one of the most popular Web sites in the world, and rolling out changes with little to no warning and explanation. Such is the latest “Close Friends” list functionality. Basically, Facebook automatically made a list of all the people you interact with most. This is creepy, but okay […]

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What Will It Take to Get Draw Something Back On Track?

What Will It Take to Get Draw Something Back On Track?

About six weeks ago, I wrote about Draw Something, a collaborative drawing game for the Android and iOS operating systems. At that point, Draw Something had just exploded in popularity. Users were creating 3000 drawings per second, there were over 36 million players, and the makers of the game, OMGPOP, was just purchased by online […]

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