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La Crosse Charger is a Must-have For Gamers

I actually found this in an article from This Old House about saving money during the recession.  It’s a charger for rechargeable batteries, but it’s not like the kind you see sold in the battery aisle at most stores.  It’s the AlphaPower Battery Charger from La Crosse Technology, and it is amazing. First off, this […]

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Imbacore

I got a message from Shazbot over at Imbacore – it’s another cool blog about gaming generic cialis online.  His focus is on freeware strategy games, multiplayer shooters, and PC tweaks.  If you’re into that kind of thing, give it a shot.

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Eyezmaze Amazes

It’s been more than four years since I first saw Eyezmaze‘s Grow and the flash games on that site have only gotten better.  Some of them, like Grow, are sequential puzzles, where you must see which items affect other items in order to figure out the order to place them in.  Others are reaction games, acheter […]

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My Addiction to TapDefense

It’s time to talk about my addiction to TapDefense, the free iPhone tower defense game.  It’s quick, it’s fun, it’s simple.  And unlike many, many iPhone games, it’s stable. I first heard about TapDefense when my brother-in-law, Jeff, mentioned it.  I downloaded it (free, right?) and I don’t think I’ve been able to stop playing since. […]

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Paranoid Emdroid

I got a message on BlogCatalog from a fellow blogger, Paranoid Emdroid.  Her blog is about games, from a girl’s perspective.  It’s pretty good, and a great perspective, so I wanted to write a short post about it tadalafil generique.  Go, check out her blog.  I added a link to it on the left.

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iMac Woes

I love my 24-inch iMac (2.8 GHz Intel Core 2 duo), but it sure hates me. When I bought it in December of 2007, it was because I wanted a new gaming machine (I have Windows Vista installed on it, too, which is maybe why it hates me). And for the most part, it has […]

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Repo! The Genetic Opera

Repo! The Genetic Opera is truly the definition of ridiculous.  Anthony Stewart Head (from Buffy), Alexa Vega (Spy Kids), Sarah Brightman (Phantom of the Opera), Paul Sorvino (Mira’s father) and Paris Hilton (tabloids) star in this futuristic musical where repo men take back replacement organs from people who can’t pay. I’m not sure how better […]

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Put the Force Back on its Leash

Finished Star Wars: the Force Unleashed on Friday.  I guess I thought it was going somewhere bigger than this.  Let me start with the non-spoiler comments, and then I’ll get into the details behind spoiler tags. I need to return for a second to the complaint I had about cutscenes last time.  Worse than just […]

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Loading Unleashed

Post 2 on Star Wars: the Force Unleashed.  I want to emphasize my earlier post in saying that this game is much better than its demo.  In general, I’m going to continue to praise it, but with three notable gripes: 1. Loading screens are too often.  They’re not too long, at least the first twenty […]

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The Force Unleashed, Better Than Expected

When I played the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed demo, back when it was released for free, I was completely unimpressed.  Now that I’ve rented the full game and played through the first couple of missions, I think the problem is that they wrote a bad demo.  See, games like this need time to get […]

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