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How Image Resizing Works And How To Magnify Images Without Significant Quality Loss
by Gary Oldwood on 31 May 2017 · 514 views
How many times have you tried enlarging an image only to produce a desperate result? Perhaps if you knew how resizing works, and kept some tips in mind, you'd get better results. ... Read more
Game Review: Save the school from bullies in Bambosher
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 29 May 2017 · 390 views
Bombasher is a new endless runner by Saurus Productions, in which you must be the hero and rescue students from being bullied by the 3 school bullies and become the hero your classmates deserve. All that in a chalkboard setting that will amaze you. ... Read more
10 Interesting Websites That You Probably Didn't Know About
by Gary Oldwood on 29 May 2017 · 530 views
Whether you wish to create a new fake identity, hack a high-security system in seconds, or simply find an interesting movie to watch, these websites got you covered. ... Read more
10 Failed Programs That Noone Wants To Remember
by Gary Oldwood on 28 May 2017 · 344 views
In the history of software there are various products that failed to succeed- they failed miserably. These are the worst programs that you (and noone else) never want to see again. ... Read more
12 Hidden Features In Your Mobile Phone Using USSD Codes
by Gary Oldwood on 28 May 2017 · 395 views
Most people are not aware of these secret codes that can unlock or lock various features in your mobile phone due to the service providers' policies, but here is what they are and what they can do. ... Read more
Game Review: Solve the mysteries and murders in Danganronpa 1 & 2
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 27 May 2017 · 324 views
Danganronpa is a VN full of mystery, chaos and amazing plot. The player controls a student who attends one of the most successful academies, Hope Peak's Academy. But what happens when murders begin and you have to solve them if you want to live? ... Read more
Game Review: What Remains of Edith Finch
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 24 May 2017 · 366 views
What Remains of Edith Finch is a walking simulator brought to us by Giant Sparrow. Edith is a young woman who tries to find the answers behind her family's curse that causes every member to die tragically at an early age. A sad but beautiful journey. ... Read more
Game Review: Face players around the globe in Cube Critters
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 22 May 2017 · 337 views
Navigate challenging worlds full of traps and props against other players in this exciting competitive multiplayer game by RedFish Game Studio, Cube Critters. Full of funny characters, beautiful environments and exciting gameplay made for all. ... Read more
How And Why Computer Components "Age"
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2017 · 448 views
As you might have observed, computers can just stop working some day, leaving you curious as to what happened that resulted in this disaster. Here are some underlying factors that play an important role in computer "aging". ... Read more
How To Clone Installed Apps For Using Multiple Accounts On Android
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2017 · 457 views
If want to use multiple accounts in your social network or messaging apps, then you don't have to switch accounts anymore- simply clone your apps. ... Read more
World Wide Web: How And When The Internet As We Know It Was Formed
by Gary Oldwood on 20 May 2017 · 414 views
The web did not always exist of course, and it certainly didn't have the form and properties it has now. Here is its history, from the time it was conceived as an idea until today. ... Read more
Game Review: Experience the atmospherical game that is Inside
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 18 May 2017 · 392 views
After Limbo, Playdead returned with another title that will captivate you with its minimalistic look & intriguing plot. Inside is a little gem that takes you in a future devoid of human will, where a little boy needs our guidance to achieve his goal. ... Read more
Game Review: Androids fight for humanity's survival in Nier: Automata
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 18 May 2017 · 464 views
In a dystoian future where machines have taken over, humanity's only hope to reclaim Earth is Androids who will fight to purge the world. This is Nier: Automata, the new game by Square Enix that captivated players from the moment of its release. ... Read more
The Best Ways For Organizing Your Games Collection
by Gary Oldwood on 17 May 2017 · 386 views
Being a gamer nowadays requires using multiple game clients (e.g. Steam, Origin), which results into a lack of organization regarding installed games. So, here is how you can keep all your games in a single collection, regardless of their platform. ... Read more
Game Review: Enter a train of feels in Blackwood Crossing
by Chrisanna Lazaridou on 17 May 2017 · 335 views
Blackwood Crossing is a tale that deals with issues of loss, regret, abandonment and hope. British VisionSeven takes us on a melancholic yet beautiful journey inside the heart of young Scarlett, in a game that will leave noone untouched. ... Read more
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