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For centuries (and possibly longer) humans have written about, fantasized about, and even studied time travel. Time travel appears in many different types of media like books, movies, tv shows, games, and more. There have been many methods used throughout history for characters to time travel ranging from small devices like wrist bands to full […] Continue reading
By: Thomas Adams Since the dawn of games, there have been bugs, glitches, and exploits riddled throughout each game — especially with today’s more complicated games like Destiny or Assassin’s Creed. Many of these bugs are harmless, only resulting in visual and auditory game defects. For example, in League of Legends, your character can use emotes like dance, laugh, taunt, […] Continue reading
By: Thomas C Adams Super Meat Boy (2010) is an indie platformer developed by Team Meat. This game is commonly considered one of the most frustrating games to play much less actually complete. In fact, I still haven’t beaten it myself (I’m on the last level). Being a very frustrating and challenging game, you would think […] Continue reading