Everyone knows gaming mice and keyboards can make you barrel through fast-paced games with peak efficiency. But with all those buttons and macros, they can actually help you work smarter, too. Here’s why I swear by them.
Alright people, I need something “new” to watch in the evenings after the Ladies Hatrack go off to bed. I’ve been watching Stargate: Atlantis and by the midpoint of season 4 I need to take a break from it since I’m just not loving it all that much. I’ve done SG1, DS9, BSG, Daredevil and Buffy plus other stuff that… »
Remember: in Counter-Strike, as in most games, the use of sniper scopes limits your peripheral vision. »
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In this line of work, you see a lot of trailers. Almost all the trailers. So it takes a lot to make me sit up and go “wow, that’s a good video game trailer”. »
Windward is not a survival game in early access. It’s not a shooter. It’s not a roguelike. Really, it’s not much like the typical games you always see tearing up the Steam charts at all—and thank kraken for that!
Maybe it’s because they look like cheese puffs? I don’t know. But seeing this visual simulation of 1.3 million orange cheese puffy-ish particles get thrown into a bowl and the cascading physics that results because of that thought experiment basically stole my eyeballs for much longer than it should have. »
If you thought rotary tools like the Dremel were all work and no play, Make has a fun tutorial you’ll definitely want to try. You’ll need access to a 3D printer to create this flying toy disc affectionately called the Dremel Devil, and a rotary tool that you can power outside where it’s safest to try this out. »