I’ve had Senua’s Sacrifice for almost two year and just never gotten round to playing it. Part of the reason is that it’s quite an intense game. I don’t mean that it’s physically intense, or that it’s scary, just that it puts you in the role of someone with psychosis and it’s not really suitedContinue reading “Senua’s Saga”
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A while back I contributed to the Sphero RVR Kickstarter project. It arrived in time for Christmas allowing me to gift it to my daughter. Ostensibly this was a fun educational present for her, but it also doubled up as a present to myself. Everyone’s a winner. The RVR itself is an incredibly solid deviceContinue reading “Control a Sphero RVR with bluetooth joypad”
Following on the space theme, I’ve been enjoying the 13 Minutes To The Moon podcast from the BBC. It focuses on the last 13 minutes of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and takes you through what was going on, and how everything came about. As someone who grew up after the moon landing it’s somethingContinue reading “13 Minutes To The Moon”
I find this kind of stuff fascinating. It’s amazing to think a piece of technology is travelling through space and still sending information, 42 years after launch. The visual story is particularly interesting.