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Absolutely amazing charity auction for all military enthusiasts! World War 3 game + goodie bag and Shooting Training with Special Forces operator!

Well this is something exciting, The Farm 51 Studio has prepared a special auction for all fans of World War 3 game and military enthusiasts. It is all for a good cause – to help raise money for The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. Details of the auction can be found here. At the time of the article price is 2700PLN which would be around 628Euro or 716$. If your would be interesed in supporting this cause and need any…

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How to earn money through online gaming and gambling sites?

It’s not hard to find people, who spend hours, playing online games on the Internet. It’s also quite easy to track people, who are addicted to online gambling. If you often wonder, what is that makes people spend hours on online gaming and gambling sites, then we invite you to read this article and find out what exactly people do on these sites and even more interestingly , how  you could actually earn some decent money while doing these activities!…

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A Post-Modern Review of YIIK for the Nintendo Switch

I was going to do a normal review of YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG. Then, a thought popped into my head: why? Why should a review of YIIK be normal? The game is not normal. Its a weird, weird, weird, very weird game. Its also a very raw game. So it deserves a weird, raw review. A Post-Modern review. Whatever that means. So, as Mario would say, here we goooooo! YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG has bugs. And I don’t mean in…

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Who remeber Clasic Windows Solitaire?

If you’ve ever owned a Windows PC, you’ve likely played Windows Solitaire before. For myself, Windows Solitaire was one of the things I would do day after day to pass the time, perhaps between classes at University, or waiting for something to heat up on the stove. The game has probably been played by more people than any other game in existence, and that’s a pretty big feat! When I moved away from Microsoft towards and Apple interface, and even…

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3 Grim Lessons from the Original Deus Ex Game That Are Still Relevant Today

The original Deus Ex game was an absolute tour de force of storytelling, in addition to its innovative gameplay mechanics and cutting edge (for the time) graphics. Image via Pixabay Even now, a full gaming generation later, JC Denton is an iconic figure that veteran gamers reminisce about like they’re remembering adventures with an old friend, and which writers study when trying to craft the best possible characters for future outings. The world of the original Deus Ex is dark,…

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Tips and Tricks in Playing Slot Machines

Have you ever visited some site claiming that they know the secrets in playing a slot machine? Did their secret work? If you are looking for a way to basically defeat every single slot machine, don’t expect anything like that in this article. For those who do not know, slots cannot be defeated in the long run. The actual useful slot tricks are really about finding the balance among playing time, thrill, cost, size of winnings, and chance to win.…

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Giving Credit to Bethesda for Fallout 76 Support

The launch of Fallout 76 was a disaster, no matter how you choose to look at it. Even those who have spent dozens, if not hundreds, of hours exploring the games vast open world even agree: the launch of this game was as bad as it has ever been for Bethesda. And media outlets around the globe let the company have it when writing their reviews. Here are just a few excerpts:

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CozyPhones Review

When I was originally pitched the idea to review CozyPhones, I assumed it had something to do with phones, and more likely yet, cell phones. Well, I suppose there was some truth to that thought, but ultimately, what arrived at my door was more of a headphone device than a phone device. Lost yet? So was I, until I unleashed these products on my kids. Then things got interesting.

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More Thoughts From Me #154: Still A Happy Home

I’ve been playing Animal Crossing since the first game on the Gamecube. I even got amiibo Festival and Happy Home Designer. I did eventually get rid of amiibo Festival and Happy Home Designer. I don’t regret getting rid amiibo Festival, but I did regret letting go of Happy Home Designer. And so recently I got the game back as a digital download. I’m so glad I did. Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer isn’t like the other Animal Crossing games. Its…

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Three 3DS Games Joining The Nintendo Selects Lineup In February

Nintendo will be adding to the Nintendo Select 3DS lineup in February. Three games will be joining the $19 (US)/$29.99 (CA) price range. Which games are they and when can you buy these games for this price? We have the details below! The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Star Fox 64 3D, and Super Mario Maker are joining the 3DS Nintendo Select lineup on February 4th. The games will cost $19 (US)/$29.99 (CA) each. I’m not a fan of…

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