See the Stars and Galaxy on your Wall with LaView Star Projector

Vibe – the atmosphere of a place as felt by others – can decide everything for you. It expresses how you feel about yourself. Vibe also drives people behavior toward you. Vibe is also an important factor for you to make influence on other people. Lastly, it guides your behavior toward hardships and rough situations. When you tell a bed time stories, it is more engaging for kids to immerse with the right  vibe. Or … Read more

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Relive the Renaissance: A Beginner’s Guide to Convincing Cosplay

Do you sometimes feel as though you were born in the wrong era? Or do you just want to escape the dreariness of modern life for a little while? Then Renaissance faires are the perfect events for you. They’re a great way to travel back in time and immerse yourself in a completely different world. And if you are planning to attend one anytime soon, you also have to dress the part! Renaissance faires originated … Read more

Showcasing Bloodborne The Board Game by CMON

General introduction: In Bloodborne: The Board Game, players take on the role of Hunters. They will fight together to uncover the hidden mysteries of Yharnam city and beyond. With unique trick weapons, each with different forms and powers, Hunters must quickly think and adjust their tactics. They have to overcome the multitude of enemies that stand in their way. Learn its behavior, exploit its weakness and defeat it! Featuring unique card-based combat, with few luck … Read more

Cape May – Queen of Seaside resorts

In the early 19th century, Cape May – a city at the southern tip of Cape May County, New Jersey – emerged as one of the famous coastal tourist areas of the East Coast of the United States. During the 19th century, the city experienced various fires, especially the Great Fire of 1878. During the rebuilding of the city, the council decided to keep the Victorian architecture intact. That has helped Cape May become one … Read more

How to Reverse Search with Google

Welcome back to the How-To series! Google has become so popular on the internet for the last decades. It reaches the point where we start using it as a verb. However, do you know that you can do a search with Google by using an image? Let’s check it out in today’s how-to: reverse image search. What does it even mean ? Normally, when you want to look up something, you will give Google an … Read more

The Art Of Expanding Railroad Network – Imperial Steam

“The industrial age is beginning to explode. You need more workers for your factories, and you need more workers to build tracks to expand your rail network.” – Capstone Games When I first heard about Imperial Steam, the first impression was still just “Oh, another route building game with pickup-&-deliver? Railways to .. series again?”. After learning that the designer is Huemer (the designer of the Lignum series), I decided to give this one a … Read more

Roxie Reacts: The Case Study of Vanitas – Episode 2, “In the City of Flowers” [Spoilers; Dubbed Version; Critical Analysis]

Welcome back to another episode of Roxie Reacts. I’m looking forward to seeing what will happen with Vanitas and Noe. The thought of Noe having to take down Vanitas makes me intrigued, and the knowledge of Vanitas being a straight-up anti-villain makes me giddy as heck. As always, timestamps will be below. 0:12 – This boy be peelin’. Or… rather, etching wood. And from the looks of this, it’s a flashback. 0:28 – It’s Noe’s … Read more

Roxie Reacts: The Case Study of Vanitas – Episode 1, “In the Event of Rusty Hopes” [Spoilers; Dubbed Version; Critical Analysis]

Hello and welcome to the first edition of Roxie Reacts. It’s great to meet you. I’m Roxie, and I’m going to be giving a live reaction to every single episode of a series I choose, beginning with Funimation’s The Case Study of Vanitas. I enjoy hosting roleplays, writing narrative fiction, and of course working on these articles. So I thought, “Why not give a critical analysis of an anime series, episode-by-episode, reaction-by-reaction, for the lovely … Read more

Tabannusi – Builders of UR

Ur was an important Sumerian city-state in ancient Mesopotamia, located in what is now Tell el-Muqayyar (Arabic: تل المقير) in the Dhi Qar province of southern Iraq. The city dates back to the Ubaid period (about 3800 BC), and has a recorded history dating back to the 26th century BC. OVERVIEW There are 5 different ares on the game board. There are 3 areas focus on city building, one harbor construction area and 1 Ziggurat … Read more

CoderMarz – The Coding game to the planet Red

The Red Planet has been a trendy topic worldwide for the last couple of years. Space X even launched project Mars & Beyond. They portray how ambitious, adventurous we are; especially in finding a new home. Speaking of terraforming Mars, board game is also not an exception. There have been so many games on the market that are related to this topic. However, most of them have one minor problems: a huge learning curve for … Read more

Sweet Dreams with Sheepy Time Game

One of the most effective ways to fall asleep is counting sheep jumping over a fence. Today, I’ll bring you Sheepy Time from AEG publisher. In the game, players will be the Dream Sheep, the one that people often count to drift into the land of dreams. Each time the sheep jumps over the fence, the player will fall asleep more easily. But somewhere in that dark corner, there is still the ghost of Nightmare … Read more

Overview of Tekhenu- Obelisk of the Sun Board Game

Overview The game is set in ancient Egypt. In the game, there is an obelisk, and an area to trigger the action. These 6 areas represent the 6 Ancient Egyptian Gods. In their turn,  players will take the dice of any area to do the action of that God. Otherwise, they can use the dice to produce the corresponding resource. Each area has 3 lands, Forbidden Land, Contaminated Land, and Pure Land. There are 5 … Read more

Merchants Cove – Merchants of The Five Realms

Since 2016, Final Frontier Game has hatched a bold plan of its own, building a universe in it with many different titles and different gameplay. More than just a collection of games with the same theme like the ALEA collection, Final Frontier Game simply wants to create a connection between games, like how Ryan Laukat did with the world of Arzium 2021 welcomes the newest game in the Five Realms universe – Merchants Cove. In … Read more

Corrosion – The Race Against Rusted Machines

Corrosion Overview Smiling, you stand in the center of your factory: the sweet sounds of metal clattering and engines rattling are warming your entrepreneurial heart. Your goal is to build diversified scoring and production engines in order to outrival the other factory owners. However, in the steam-filled air, your biggest enemy is time, because most machines and gears rust away quickly. So you are well advised to also produce rustproof chrome gears and invest in … Read more

World of Warcraft: Wrath of Lich King – The King is Back in a Pandemic Style 

In today’s article, I will make a small comparison between the newest Pandemic Game System, World Of Warcraft – Wrath of Lich King and the classic Pandemic. What are the differences ? Which one will suit you more? Themes: In Pandemic, the Earth suffers from not one but four different diseases represented by four colors (blue, black, red and yellow). Players must take on the role of one of the essential professions to save humanity. … Read more

Expedition to NewDale – The Story Continues in the Kingdom of Longdale

Introduction to Newdale When mentioning Alexander Pfister, many people will think of the Western cowboys in the Great Western Trail, or economicizing Africa with Mombasa, or controlling chaos in Blackout: Hong Kong. But it is impossible to not to mention lighter games like Port Royal or especially Oh My Goods! ***Oh My Goods*** brings an extremely excited feelings to players. The feeling that players try their luck in drawing cards, until they find cards that … Read more

Shadow Kingdoms of Valeria – Welcome to the Dark Side

Daily Magic Games welcomes players back to Valeria Kingdoms. In this game, the player will enter one of the different Monster clans in the kingdom of Valeria. The player’s goal is to flaunt his power against other Monster Clans to claim the kingdom of Valeria’s Shadow Realm. How to play – The main mechanism of the game is Worker Placement. However, it’s slightly different that the player has only one worker in the whole game. … Read more

7 Tips To Live Stream Like A Pro

Live Stream Like a Pro Live streaming is an art that can be perfected over time through constant practice. It takes many failed attempts and video glitches to learn this art. However, you can use Livestreaming Tools to grow your audience by streaming to one or multiple destinations and avoid any glitch while streaming. It requires the use of the right video tools to have smooth, easy, and fun live streaming experiences. What matters is … Read more

Olan Rogers “Barely Holding it Together” Show Review

      I had the pleasure of once again heading back to Helium Comedy Club in Downtown Indianapolis to cover yet another comedy show and this time someone whose career I have had the pleasure of following for well over a decade and that person being Olan Rogers as he made his stop in Indy as part of his “Barely Holding it Together” Tour. For those that might not know who Olan Rogers is, … Read more

A Quick Look at AI Generated Art from Wombo

Wombo is an application and site available on PC, Mac, IOS, and Android, that generates art using nothing but keywords, an optional genre of art selection, and its AI produces some rather interesting-looking results before spitting them out in you in a trading card format. Despite my initial guess that this would be something on par with the NFT art you currently see, it’s quite interesting to look at. So as a little experiment both … Read more