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Qualities to Look For in an Internet Provider

Qualities to Look For in an Internet Provider

In this digital age, a stable internet connection has become a necessity since nothing can happen without using the World Wide Web. The internet binds almost all facets of life together, from shopping, work, and entertainment to communication, education, and many...

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The 4-Step Guide to Properly Cleaning Your Gaming Keyboard

The 4-Step Guide to Properly Cleaning Your Gaming Keyboard

So, you’re a gamer. That probably means that you spend countless hours sitting in front of your desktop or laptop clicking away heads and winning that bread for your team! That said, whatever it is the game you play, the last thing you ever want to deal with is a...

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Find Your Super-You

Find Your Super-You

Hi I’m Aaron, co-host of the LIFT Fitness Podcast. Following our recent episode (episode 18) with Shabna Rajah, I’ve thought a lot about who “Super-Aaron” would be. That is, the version of me that draws on elements of superheroes to be the best, super-est,...

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Element by Whirlwind FX – Review

Element by Whirlwind FX – Review

At PAX East 2020, a small company called Whirlwind FX launched their newest creation – the Element keyboard. Advertised as the first ever content reactive, full-sized, RGB mechanical keyboard. It boasts “industry-first extensions to detect, recognize, and synchronize...

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3 gamer tips for hacking your gaming health – our guide

3 gamer tips for hacking your gaming health – our guide

Contrary to popular belief, gamers can experience injuries and health conditions too. After all, too many hand movements and extremely long hours of gameplay can cause different ailments from wrist injuries to mental health issues. As a gamer, it’s important to watch...

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Review: PONG Quest

Review: PONG Quest

PONG Quest tries to bring dunegon delving RPG elements to Pong, but lacks the charm, wit, and fun to pull it off.

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A-Z of Vitamin Deficiency

A-Z of Vitamin Deficiency

Welcome back to the Health Bar. Today we’re going to try something a little bit different. We're going to stroll through the alphabet and look at those vitamins and minerals your body needs, and what happens when you either don't get enough, or your body can't use...

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Review: Kana Quest

Review: Kana Quest

A cute, educational puzzler that wholeheartedly embraces a pixel-art aesthetic Learning Japanese is not, it must be said, the easiest thing in the world for a native English speaker. Getting to grips with up to three new character sets - Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji -...

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Review: Totally Reliable Delivery Service

Review: Totally Reliable Delivery Service

An incredibly hilarious physics based game that forces you to deliver parcels in the most preposterous way with your friends. Like Death Stranding, if it was written by Monty Python. TOTALLY Reliable. Totes. Let's be completely honest here, Totally Reliable Delivery...

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Review: One Finger Death Punch 2

Review: One Finger Death Punch 2

Warning; this game is addictive. One Finger Death Punch 2 is just as simple yet complex in gameplay, as it is in title. Created by Silver Dollar Games and following on the coattails of its older sibling (familiarly dubbed One Finger Death Punch) from 2014, One Finger...

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Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Energy Levels

Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Energy Levels

The daily grind of work, home, and social life can very easily become a source of frustration when - despite your best efforts - your workload grows bigger, friends are nagging, and family needs more time with you.  We’re constantly rushing to give more time and...

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The 6 Best Apps for Introverts Looking for Friends

The 6 Best Apps for Introverts Looking for Friends

As an introvert, you probably cherish the time where you get to unwind alone. Other times, though, you may want to reach out to a friend to talk. Luckily, with today's modern apps, you have the resources to easily meet like-minded people.  If you find making...

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CfG at EGX – Gaming and Violence

EGX can be a surreal experience, where like-minded geeks gather and unite through one common interest: gaming. It is one of the many meccas for gamers along with Insomnia, E3 and PAX, and brings disparate gaming communities together under one roof. Sure, EGX Rezzed...

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What the hell is Pixel Puzzle Makeout League?

What the hell is Pixel Puzzle Makeout League?

Life is full of problems. It’s how you solve them that counts. For superhero-in-training, Pixel Girl, it’s simply a matter of turning her problems into picross puzzles (‘pixel puzzles’ in her own words) and solving them that way. Locked door barring the way? No...

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A Trip to the Pokemon Centre

A Trip to the Pokemon Centre

I was one of the lucky 30,000+ people that managed to get into the Official Pokemon Centre Pop-Up shop that was located, right here in good ol’ London, and here's my review of the shop a little while later. The First Attempt My first visit was on Monday October 28th....

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The Role-Playing Game of Epic Fails -Hero Master Review

The Role-Playing Game of Epic Fails -Hero Master Review

Hero Master, the game of epic fails, has finally been released after a long-anticipated wait. This game is special within the Coaching For Geeks community because it’s from one of our very own, the noble artist, Jamie Noble Friar. Jamie has not only designed the game,...

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“Food With Some Thought” – Role Play Gourmet Review

“Food With Some Thought” – Role Play Gourmet Review

Saturday 15 February, The Forge, Vaults Festival Food and theatre are two of my favourite things in life and to have them combined is like a dream come true. So when I first heard about Role Play Gourmet at The Vaults Festival, in the underbelly of Waterloo, London –...

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Why you should read The Expanse

Why you should read The Expanse

Or why you should read (and watch) The Expanse. The Expanse is a series that spans the solar system, 8 books, 5 novellas and four seasons of TV. While this may sound overwhelming, the books are all easy reads of manageable size, and if you give the series the chance...

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