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Become The Overseer In Fallout: Shelter
Become The Overseer In Fallout: Shelter

If you were anxiously waiting for the E3 Bethesda press conference this year for Fallout 4 news, then you were not disappointed. Not only did Bethesda unveil tons upon tons of news, plus a few minutes of gameplay and concept art, but they also unveiled Fallout: Shelter, an IOS only mobile game (FREE) in which you are the overseer and you must built up your vault by assigning jobs and managing resources.

As overseer your job is to make your vault thrive, by increasing its population and keeping all the vault dwellers hap

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Humble Bundle PC And Android 11
Humble Bundle PC And Android 11

The Humble Bundle PC and Android 11 has just hit the interwebs, and I am surprisingly excited. If you read the previous post about the Humble Bundle Indie Bundle then you will know that I am a noob in the HumbleBundle department. And for those that are also noobs, the Humble Bundle is a group of games sold at a "name your own price" value with a minimum of 1$. By giving the minimum you will receive a subset of the bundles games all DRM free and also accessible on Steam and ready for your playing pleasure. If you donate a few bucks more, passing the average donation, you will

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Humble Indie Bundle 12
Humble Indie Bundle 12

I've been hearing alot about Humble Indie Bundle from friends for a while so I decided to check it out. I'm not a huge fan of Indie games in general, but it seems that as of late, I'm not really a fan of non-indie games anymore either, so this deal comes at a perfect time for me to try out new things. For those new to the Humble Bundle, it is essentially a group of Indie games at a ridiculous set your own price price, who's proceeds go to charity and/or the developer split. They usually run for a set time frame, usually about two weeks. You can pay as much as you want for the games, and if you pay more than the average donated,

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"Console Wars" Brings Back Retro Memories: Review

Console Wars is an entertaining and very thorough look at one of the greatest gaming rivalries of all time. Every console generation we see it rear it's head. Two companies going head to head in a bid to win over the holiday season with new awesome ways to procrastinate. Back in the day you were either a Nintendo guy or a Sega guy. I was a Sega guy. It just looked sleeker and the games were a bit faster and a tad more colorful. And you got one of the awesomest games ever made right off the bat. Of course, now thinking back on it I missed out on games like Super Mario RPG, Killer Instinct, The Legend of Zelda series and Final Fantasy games. That's..alot of games thinking

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The Best Parts of E3 This Year
The Best Parts of E3 This Year

Maybe it's just me, but E3 left me a tad bit disappointed this year. There were a few highlights of course, but just nothing with a large WOW factor. Back in the day e3 was the one time a year developers had to show off what they've been spending sleepless nights on for the past year. The Kinect, PS Move, other stuff. It seemed a bit like this year was just for longer trailers and older games coming to new consoles. But regardless, there was some pretty cool content to drool over, particularly from Nintendo this year.

Nintendo

Nintendo unveiled some pretty big things this year. Not just game-wise, but hardware too. Standing out the mos

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My Tomodachi Life Got Out Of Hand
My Tomodachi Life Got Out Of Hand
My Tomodachi Life Got Out Of Hand

Tomodachi Life just came out for the Nintendo 3DS and my curiosity took the best of me and I picked it up on release day. Very q

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Why I'm Going Back To Old Skool Video Games
Why I'm Going Back To Old Skool Video Games

The first console I ever played as a kid was the Atari "something or other", and it was not fun..like by alot. I was just a kid, but I knew that couldn't possibly be any fun for anyone. Lucky for me it was not mine, just a neighbor whom I would frequent when bored. But I was a huge fan of those handheld Tiger handhelds and other off brand game systems from the late 80's and early 90's. I played until the highest possible score on those devices, and

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Fireproof Games
Fireproof Games "The Room Two" Finally Out For Android

It's finally here and lucky for me I didn't have to wait long as I just finished the original one not but a month ago. So "The Room Two" by Fireproof Games is out now on the Google Play Market and Kindle Fire Store and I for one couldn't be more excited. I almost did

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This Is The Best Time For Mobile Games And The Worst
This Is The Best Time For Mobile Games And The Worst

The Best Of Times

I can now play GTA: San Andreas on my tablet and or my phone. A decade ago, this was the most technologically advanced thing I remember seeing. This massive interactive open world where you could do pretty much whatever you wanted now runs..on my phone. Busting caps with CJ and the Grove Street Family has never been so fun. I currently carry a 2gh, 32gb storage, 2gb RAM phone and its pretty damn awesome. The power is there to create high res, immersive (why is Chrome telling me that's misspelled -_- ), multiplayer games for mobile
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"A Dark Room" Text Game Review
a dark room

"A Dark Room" is text only game made by doublespeak games written in Javascript. It's a single player adventure/RPG type of game reminiscent of games back before I was born, so I can't exactly say when. But a long time ago for sure. I played this game to completion while waiting for my code to "compile" at my last job, and this is what I thought. No spoilers. I will try my hardest, because it definitely needs to be experienced.

The Story

Because every good game needs one. Except in this ca

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Guest Posts
exciting ways to improve your software knowledge
exciting ways to improve your software knowledge

You might be keen to learn more about software and different advanced technologies, improving your knowledge. This is certainly worth doing as it will provide you with a fantastic advantage if you want to gain a position in the IT industry. This is one of the fastest growing industries in the world today and it doesn’t look like things will be slowing down anytime soon. On top of this, discovering more about software and technology will provide you with the option to gain higher positions in IT for larger levels of pay. So, there are certainly various benefits to doing this. But, how can you improve your knowledge? Well, there are a few paths that you may want to consider taking.

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there's a smarter way to make money
there's a smarter way to make money
There's a Smarter Way to Make Money

There’s a smarter way to make money than swapping time for money, and most programmers already understand the power of financial leverage in the sense that rather than earning $100 as an hourly wage, it is much better to develop an app, be that an SAS app or paid iPhone app that can then be downloaded or subscribed to multiple times without you having to do any extra work - particularly if the revenue is recurring.

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pain waves: can data hurt?
pain waves: can data hurt?
Pain Waves: Can Data Hurt?

If you live in a modern city or town, like most of the world’s population, your body is no stranger to the bombardment of data which objects in these areas have to endure. With the vast majority of people’s internet signals being wireless, radio and telephone services constantly active, and all of the other radiation-based transfer methods being used, it’s hard to avoid it. Over the last few years, this has raised a lot of questions about safety, leaving people worried that data could be damaging their body. To help you to understand this area, this post will be exploring wireless communications and transfers, all while answering the big question; can data hurt?

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app inspiration: gaining valuable insight from non-competing brands
app inspiration: gaining valuable insight from non-competing brands
App Inspiration: Gaining Valuable Insight From Non-Competing Brands

When creating an App for your business (or a client), there are many different factors to consider. First and foremost, it is imperative to build a unique piece of software. Still, there’s nothing wrong with gaining inspiration from products that are already on the market.

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traps not to fall into when selling your hard drive
traps not to fall into when selling your hard drive

If you have a few old hard drives lying around, you might be thinking about selling them to make some extra cash. However, there are a few traps you can end up falling into when you decide to sell your hard drive that you’re going to want to avoid. A study has recently shown that people who sell their old used hard drives and SSDs aren't taking the steps they need to take to wipe data from them. This is dangerous for obvious reasons; one of the biggest ones being that the buyer can access personal information, and even corporate data in some cases.

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development mistakes that will ruin your app
development mistakes that will ruin your app

When developing an app, whether for business or an entirely different purpose, there are a few mistakes that will ruin your app completely. Read on for some common mistakes that you should do your best to avoid:

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Walter Guevara
Walter G.
Walter G. is a software engineer with over 10 years of professional experience. When he isn't blogging or being a CTO he enjoys coding randomly complex things that he hopes many people will get a chance to use one day.
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