I am back from a wonderful, relaxing trip to Mexico with Rick and his family. Which was only marred by the horrific, violent illness that struck us as soon as we were back in Montreal. Blurgh. Sadly, this put a bit of a dent in our plans to be 100 percent back on track productivity wise after baking to a golden brown, but now that the barfing has pretty much subsided we are keen to get back to business.
To that end I have officially joined the Cardboard Utopia team in the office and we already have some exciting news that we can’t announce quite yet. I’m also trying to get caught up enough so that I can finally launch the Geek Girl Brunch Montreal page and start work on my rather ambitious cosplays for 2015.
This weekend will likely involve cleaning and consoling Rick over the giant TV he bought that arrived broken.
I would have added “visual” before design in this list, but there’s still a bunch of super cool stuff on offer.
Can we stop talking about this now?
Super. Useful. Turn an Android tablet into a portable video game emulator.
The best totally glitched out monkey fortune telling simulator you will see today.
Yet more retro games you can play in your browser, including Aladdin, Oregon Trail and a whole bunch of weird porn games.
A brief, visual history of the video game.
Only 32% of Dragon Age Inquisition players play as female, but I think it’s because they know you can only romance Dorian as a dude. Am I right, ladies?
They made an Emmanuelle game, and I kinda really want to play it.
And finally, how video games got into our living rooms.