It seems to me that we Splatters are a fairly social bunch. We love to meet up and get to know each other. It seems now that this has extended to games.
I have a couple of matches of Words With Friends happening with lovely people I know from this very blog, and of course . . . → Read More: Monday’s Merry Matches
Googlewhacking. No, it is not when you smack your monitor after searching for cute kittens and are given a link to lecherous_old_man_seeks_dominatrix dot com.
A Googlewhack is a search term containing a combination of two or more words that will produce only one single search result in the Google search engine. This means finding only . . . → Read More: Googlewhacking
I was thinking some more about D@m0′s post about R ratings for video games. And whilst I agree that there is a case for having this classification, I do believe there is one game whose sheer unadulterated violence is beyond any redeeming quality. Some parents even let their children play this, unsupervised and seemingly ignorant . . . → Read More: MMM – Malevolent Magpies on Monday
I am an adult Who are you to tell me what Games I can not play?
It all started when the toughest space marine ever to suck vacuum took on everything the moons of Mars could throw at him, and the Augers crashed the Martin Family’s slumber party.
Another game has been refused classification in . . . → Read More: Gamer Nanny State
Scientists at DARPA have shown that running an electrical current through the scalp of games players improves their games skills. It’s always nice to see research funding put to good use. As this article says, don’t try this at home.
This is yet another example of scientific discoveries finding new applications, albeit somewhat tardily; the . . . → Read More: Wired to Win