Where else but The Incredible Machine can you solve physics puzzles using bowling balls, guns, cats, monkeys on stationary bikes, and tiny people? Incredible!
Tired of playing with real Hot Wheels cars? Hot Wheels Stunt Track Driver puts you in the driver seat of real virtual Hot Wheels cars with absurd stunt abilities!
A relaxed, nostalgic look back at PC game system requirements labels and stickers from days past. Covering stuff from Sierra, Epic Games, EA, Maxis, Accolade, Epyx, Bethesda, and more.
Unboxing and review of the Live Gamer Portable capture device by AVerMedia.
Note: the SD card mode actually can record at 60fps, not just 30fps!
See my review of the AVerMedia Live Gamer HD:
Thanks to AVerMedia for sending me the card to review!
The final game for Edutainment Month 2013 is here: Vocabulary Quest in the Land of the Unicorn by Unicorn Software. And it’s… unique.
Time for some typing this Edutainment Month, and it’s not Mavis Beacon. Nope, it’s Mario of Super Mario Bros fame, pressuring you into higher WPMs while disregarding proper typing habits!
Edutainment Month continues with the Munchers series by MECC! Munch math, munch words, munch trivia. Om nom nom.
It’s Edutainment Month once again! And it’s time for some rabbits to get their readin’ on. Yes, it’s freaking Reader Rabbit, the classic educational game from The Learning Company.
The final chapter! Maybe. Live-streamed gameplay and commentary on the third episode of The Last Half of Darkness, with both myself and Sarah of Pushing Up Roses.
What happens when you combine a typical computer mouse and a trackball input device? You get an odd piece of hardware that never caught on.