Jason Schrier at Kotaku reports EA's latest effort to get SimCity working involves removing "non-critical" features of the always-online game: "Hey, remember when video games came out and then you could actually play them?"
Super Punch-Out is a very old-school boxing game released for the Super NES in 1994. Coming late in the system's life cycle, it was overshadowed by its Mike Tyson-branded predecessor and by a new generation of fighting games such as Street Fighter II. Now, 28 years on, a hidden two-player versus mode has been discovered.… READ THE REST
Minecraft's developers announced there would be no NFT shenanigans in the game or its official environments, saying such applications of crypto do "not align with Minecraft values of creative inclusion and playing together" and promote "scarcity and exclusion". Due to Minecraft's broad popularity, the game has been the target for third-party NFT world files and… READ THE REST
In Chessguessr you have to guess the next five moves from a selected master game, and are informed each time which moves you got right—like wordle, but with chess. As with the original word game, there are many possibilities and only five chances to pick the right sequence. There are far more possibilities to worry… READ THE REST
With around a million people using American Sign Language in the U.S. these days, there's a chance you'll encounter someone who uses this way of communication, even if you don't personally know anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing. That's why more folks are becoming interested in learning ASL, understanding the importance of being able… READ THE REST
Whether it's Jimmy Page, Slash, or Jimi Hendrix, watching your favorite rocker can make those fantastic guitar riffs sound easy. But if you've ever picked up a guitar before, you know that acquiring those skills is easier said than done. It takes a lot of practice, a few calluses, and serious dedication to sound the way… READ THE REST
As summer comes to an end, getting your kids excited about their education can be as hard as convincing them to eat some broccoli along with their pizza. But with helpful — and dare we say fun — e-learning programs, your kids can fully immerse themselves in their creativity, critical thinking skills, and more, and they can… READ THE REST