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Fun Sailing Simulator Game
I was recently looking at games available on the Mac App Store and my favorite discovery so far is Sailboat Championship.

The game lets you control a small sailboat using simple controls. It's fast and fun. It's also hard, which lets you appreciate your improvement, including racing against a "ghost" view of your previous run.

It's also available for iPhones, so find it in either app store.
Posted by dustin on April 26, 2011. Tagged with

 

Underwater Adventures


I've been staying up late nights this week captivated by the computer game Aquaria. It's a thoroughly enjoyable underwater adventure game, with an immersive world of different environments, delightful art, fitting musics, and a fun storyline. It reminded me of classic Zelda games in many respects, with its own unique aspects.

Highly recommended, it's available to download for Mac and PC (and maybe Linux).
Posted by dustin on March 21, 2011. Tagged with
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And I used to think Mouse Trap was cool...
Posted by registeredname on December 8, 2010. Tagged with

 

The Real Karate Kid
Posted by registeredname on August 16, 2010. Tagged with

 

My Favorite Mac OS X Games
I just updated my list of cool Mac OS X Games to Download. Mac gamers should take a look and have some fun.
Posted by dustin on April 1, 2010. Tagged with

 

Mother Flippin Hot Tub That's a Monkey Lovin Time Machine
Posted by Gbrowdy on January 16, 2010. Tagged with
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Little Bundle of Joy
Hello all you Mac lovers out there!

Macheist is offering 5 little apps free of charge. Whereas normally registering these little gems costs $15-$25 or so each, you get them all, fully registered, FREE!

Download, Install, Love.

Posted by Gbrowdy on November 7, 2009. Tagged with
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Pride
The final assignment in the class I'm teaching this semester was basically: "pick a social issue or news item and respond to it in some way using humour." One of my of students produced this.



(Inspiration here click "Watch the Video".)
Posted by goodladd on April 29, 2009. Tagged with
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F That
For the last year, I'd been hoarding my gold-pressed latinum to buy the ever-imminent new MacBooks and they were finally announced yesterday. Which turned out the be same day I bought a refurb'ed white and plastic MacBook.

I don't care about the aluminium. I don't give a hoot about the new trackpad. I'm not a fan of glossy screens. I could care less about the multi-touch (and I just did and will probably continue to do so at regular intervals). Here's what I care about: a similarly specified refurb'ed white Macbook goes for 250$ CDN less.

The only thing I liked about the upgrade and that gave me a moment's pause was the graphics chip. Diablo 3 is coming out probably next year-ish and well before our next computer upgrade is due so this purchase is going to be the laptop that will allow me to summon Zombie Wall. I'm going to have to rely on Blizzard's usual kindness to lower-end machines and play it on rock-bottom resolutions.

So I decided to get the latest old-school machine and spend the difference on a refurb'ed Time Capsule, which I've been eyeing for nearly as long. It will come in very handy with two laptops in the house. And I can recoup some of its value by selling my old Airport Express and my current USB-anchored external HD.

My reason for writing this is to offer people drooling over this new bejewelled and gilded scarab a way of getting (in my view) a little more bang for your buck.
Posted by vinny9 on October 15, 2008. Tagged with
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Smells Like Melted Plastic
MagSafe Adapter replacements

No kidding. I just had to buy a replacement due to their crappy design. I reinforced my replacement with some electrical tape. I'll be going to get my refund.
Posted by vinny9 on August 20, 2008. Tagged with

 


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