Posts by tag: games

Free Software December 1, 2015 posted by

MolCraft – the mod that turns Minecraft into a classroom

Minecraft is beloved of fans around the world. The simple game has captured the hearts of children and adults alike. You can build whatever you want in the open environment and people have fallen in love with it. If you happen to play on the computer now you use it to learn about the world of chemistry as well with MolCraft, the add on that teaches you science.

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MolCraft – the mod that turns Minecraft into a classroom
Fun & Games November 13, 2015 posted by

Air Hockey Set – bring the fun out of the arcade

Air Hockey is one of the most fun games that you can play on a table. The problem with it though is that outside of an arcade, your chances to take on all challengers are few and far between. Enjoy defending your title as champ anywhere with the Air Hockey Set, the set that turns any flat surface into a battle ground.

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Air Hockey Set – bring the fun out of the arcade
Fun & Games November 17, 2014 posted by

OzoBot – your personal fun maze runner

Robots are awesome. Mostly when we see them now they’re just bumbling around the house, helping us pick up crumbs from the floor, not exactly the future that was promised to us in The Jetsons. But with the OzoBot, you can pretend we’re just a little bit closer to that shining future.

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OzoBot – your personal fun maze runner
Gadgets September 12, 2013 posted by

Game Capture HD II – the quick and easy way to record, edit, and upload your console gameplay

There are countless numbers of YouTube channels dedicated to gaming. Some offer great tips, walkthroughs, while some just provide entertaining commentary on your favorite games. One thing common behind all gaming channels, however, is a high-quality gameplay capture device. If you’re a PC gamer then you are in luck because you can record, edit and upload your gameplay videos directly from the PC. However, a console gamer will have to perform twice the work, as he/she needs to record the…

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Game Capture HD II – the quick and easy way to record, edit, and upload your console gameplay
Bookmark This! July 12, 2012 posted by

The Wiki Game is like Trivial Pursuit on steroids

If you’ve ever fancied yourself as a bit of a bright spark – you know the type, can’t stop answering obscure questions down the local bar – then you’ll be right at home with the latest generation of games which use technology to exercise the mind in interesting ways. We’re thinking specifically about fun activities such as online quizzes, or even Geo-Caching games with your mobile phone.

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Bookmark This! May 18, 2012 posted by

0 A.D. is an absolutely gorgeous open source civilisation game [Freeware]

There’s something about civilisation games, where you pit your wits against the computer and see who can create the mightiest empire, that strikes a chord with us. Up till now though, the two main choices for this type of game has been either the excellent Civilisation, which has great gameplay but not much in the way of immersive real time graphics, or Microsoft’s Age of Empires, both of which are commercial products which cost money. Not any more.

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Bookmark This! March 23, 2012 posted by

Brass Monkey is like a cloud based Nintendo Wii on your smartphone [Daily Freeware]

The Internet is changing everything, and especially in the world of entertainment. Nowadays you can watch television, listen to music, watch movies and play games using the ubiquitous network connection we call the Web. It’s astonishing how fast it’s advanced in just a few years. All of which means it’s great to see innovative new applications hit the scene, especially ones which really make a bold move into uncharted territory.

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Bookmark This! March 9, 2012 posted by

The Red Ferret Top 21 HTML5 Free Games [Daily Freeware]

Flash is dead, long live Flash. Well it may not be dead yet, but the writing’s on the wall, and the replacement has started to stretch its wings. HTML5 is an interactive global web standard which aims to deliver Flash type functionality in the browser without installing plugins, and the first games based around the technology are already appearing on the Web. One of the key advantages of moving to HTML5 for game development is the fact that each game…

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The Red Ferret Top 21 HTML5 Free Games [Daily Freeware]