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Free Gaming: A New Wave of Fun

Gone are the days when gamers were expected to spend thousands of pounds each year to fund their hobby. These days, players can get hundreds of hours of entertainment without spending a single penny, and while they couldn't expect something like The Last of Us at that sweetest of price points, what is lost in quality is more than made up in value.

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Free Casino Apps for Your Mobile

Mobile app developers constantly work on coming up with new and exciting applications, which users will be able to download for free. These free apps are installed within several minutes and they provide hours of free fun to players. Sometimes, they come with in-app purchases and sometimes they offer players the chance to scoop massive prizes if they make a real money deposit. Luckily for fans of casino games, the selection of such free casino apps counts ...

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What are Progressive Slot Machines?

All gamblers dream of that day when they might hit it big. That massive jackpot is what keeps them coming back for more - it's part of the thrill of the whole thing.

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Should You Play Minecraft on a Private Server?

With millions of players worldwide, Minecraft is undoubtedly one of the most popular and successful games of the last decade. The simple sandbox experience it offers has enthralled players since it's release in 2009, and the ongoing updates (including the cross platform play in the most recent version) means it's set to continue to offer new experiences to players.

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Did Mobile Gaming Destroy the Portable Handheld?

If you were looking forward to an update for Sony's portable gaming device, you may not want to hold your breath. Word has come down that Sony currently has no plans for a follow-up device to its popular PlayStation Vita handheld system—and it looks like we only have our phones to blame.

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Virtual reality gaming can transform learning

As technology continues to transform the way in which we live our lives and how we deal with many aspects of our health, fitness and well-being why shouldn’t we also utilise these innovations to improve the way in which many of us learn? Education is a fundamental part of our society and if there are tools and facilities out there that can assist in helping students gain a better comprehension of subjects then what are we waiting for?

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The History of Online Casinos

There have been millions of pounds spent on online casinos over the years, and now betting adverts and web gambling are as common as the regular kind - if not more so.

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What big video game studios and Hollywood have in common

When the first commercial video games were released back in the early 1970s, a brand new, billion dollar industry was created. With the development of computer hardware, games have become more colorful, more visually appealing, and much more entertaining (although I must say I still enjoy a game of Pong from time to time). In the decades that followed major game developers have grown into huge conglomerates, led by businessmen rather than enthusiastic ...

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A Few Unasked-for Words about Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

I was born at a time when personal computers were just a dream. When I was a child I had to ride my bike for three miles in the rain to reach the closest arcade, and was forced to use quarters to play Mortal Kombat with a broken joystick and a set of shabby buttons on a TV screen built into a wooden cabinet and painted in neon colors. Imagine my excitement when I got my first PC, and had the chance to lay my hands on the first FPS of my life - Wolfenstein 3D.

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Hello Games Shows a Glimpse of the No Man’s Sky Universe at E3 2015

I think many of you have been waiting for this day for a long time - the 2015 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) - to see what new additions to the gaming world we can spot. One of the games I was expecting the most was No Man's Sky - a virtually infinite universe filled with billions of worlds waiting to be explored.

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