Finished playing the Arc Squadron game for iOS on my mobile phone. Good for a shooter game.
Erno Rubik, the Hungarian professor who created the Rubik’s Cube, has created the successor to the Cube. The new toy called Rubik’s 360 is set to be unveiled at a toy fair in Germany on Feb 5. The new game hopes to once more entertain the public this time featuring six balls trapped within three transparent plastic spheres. The objective is simple and has only one solution but requires skill, dexterity and patience.
Players must get the coloured balls from an inner sphere into matching slots on the outer sphere by shaking them through a middle sphere that has only two holes. Two-time British Cube-solving champion Dan Harris from Norfolk has a review of the Rubik’s 360.
If you’re a computer gamer, you’ve probably come across a lot of gadgets to make life more blissful while playing those PC games. Logitech, known for its keyboards and game pads, has decided to come up with yet another of those gadgets in the hope of making us all happy aside from the G13.
Just came across a pic at Engadget of what seems to be the Logitech G18 gamer’s keyboard. Those keys will surely be programmable. There’s also a tiny display on the gadget — I wonder if that is also programmable.
Of course, you’ll have to be ready to open up your wallet to get hold of those beauties.
How does being able to create/design the specifications of your next notebook, netbook or gamer’s notebook PC sound to you? I’m sure every notebook or netbook owner would want to voice out their opinion on how the next netbook or notebook will come out of production.
Well, here’s an exciting idea introduced by Intel and ASUS.
… consumers can collaborate with each other and with Intel and ASUS to design innovative new products. The plan is for the two companies to deliver to market what could be the world’s first community-designed PCs.