Biju Brijesh Punalor

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Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 is the game for true football fans

As FIFA errs ever more towards arcade thrills, PES delivers realism in spades.<p>Some might say that <i>Pro Evolution Soccer</i>'s continued inclusion of the …

You Should Play This Procedural Detective Game

My enjoyment of Black Closet [official site] is an easy case to crack. There are red herrings, for sure: the anime art, the brief sugestion that it …

These 14+ Stores In Bangalore Are A Treasure Trove Of Quirky Finds

Having trouble finding just the right gift for someone or are you looking for home decor that is off-beat and stylish? Well, worry no more! Polka …

Artist manipulates photos into surreal and dreamlike scenes

Typically, when we feature Sarah DeRemer's artwork, we're weirded out by her animal mashups. But this time, we're going to peek into her dream …

Art

The crazy economics of inflight Wi-Fi

It’s summer time, and that means millions of Americans will soon make their way to airports across the country. An amenity featured on more and more …

Why Twenty is my latest mobile gaming obsession

Number-matching tile games get a refreshing jolt of time pressure.<p>Last year, I wrote about why the tile-sliding number-matching puzzles of <i>Threes</i> had …

Google's latest Cardboard app is a how-to guide for good VR design

Cardboard Design Lab explains what works, and what doesn't, in virtual reality<p>There's one very simple rule in virtual reality development: don't make people sick. But when it comes to making suggestions instead of prohibitions, we're still formulating the guidelines for <i>everything</i> — sound, motion, …

Wot I Think: Telepath Tactics

I should say right off the bat that I haven’t ever played Fire Emblem, which seems to be the first thing off anyone’s lips whenever Telepath Tactics …

Is Deus Ex Still The Best Game Ever? The Conclusion

This took rather longer than we thought. But after five entries, and two weeks, I’ve come to my conclusions. You can read the whole saga here, if …

Oooh – Circa Infinity Has A Devilish Free Demo

Oh hey, remember how I was telling you about Circa Infinity [official site] last week? That demo of the first few levels is out now so in the …

On Not Being Defeated

Almost the first thing I did when our family bought a PC was to break it. I can’t remember quite what I did, but I was probably attempting to …

Bearded B’s Beak Blasts Bugs In Metamorphabet Demo

I don’t know why John’s Wot I Think of Metamorphabet [official site] talks so much about babies and other varieties of child. Sure, I suppose …

A Real Sneaky Bastard: Stealth Inc. 2 Released

Stealth Bastard, Curve Digital called it, and then it became Stealth Bastard Deluxe: Tactical Espionage Arsehole. Ian Nintendo and Ian Sony were less …

(Not Our) Lo-Fi Let’s Play: Life & Death

You may have noticed Leigh Alexander’s Lo-Fi Let’s Play series, with its curious and gentle examination of weird old games, hasn’t graced our pages …

The brain-tingling world of ASMR collides with science fiction

Creating visual stories from a first-person perspective has posed some interesting creative challenges for Maque, especially when it comes to making …

Not Just Yet: Not A Hero Gets Delayed A Week

Bad news, to my fellow PC Brethren who’ve had their eyes and hearts clocked to May 7th as the release date for Not A Hero [official website], that …

Say It Fast 3 Times: Touch Pianist Is A Fun Browser Toy

I own three keyboards: one for typing, two for playing music on. The one for typing is the only one I know how to use though, so I’m pleased with …

Flute

Binding Of Isaac Double Newsblast: Eternal And Afterbirth

Who knew crying babies could generate so much news? Anyone who knows new parents, I suppose. Jokes. But here I mean The Binding of Isaac [official …

Dote Night: The Monstrous Regiment Of Mobas

<i>Part of a miscellany of serious thoughts, animal gifs, and anecdotage from the realm of MOBAs/hero brawlers/lane-pushers/ARTS/tactical wizard-em-ups.</i> …

Cops, Androids, And Murders In The Right Side Of Town

D’you remember You Were Made for Loneliness? Y’know, fab Twine game about an android reasserting her sentience? Was maid to a lonely old woman? Came …

Neural network chip built using memristors

Paired memristors act like synapses to link circuitry that acts like neurons.<p>Memristors have relatively simple behavior: they're a type of circuitry …

Bangalore cartoonist draws 'good old days'

<b>Indian cartoonist Paul Fernandes has drawn a series of watercolour cartoons depicting life in the southern city of Bangalore in the 1960s and 70s.</b><p>The series includes Bangalore's landmarks as well as the artist's ancestral home.<p>"Ten years ago, our old house was torn down to build a set of apartments …

Siblings

Workbench Projects Bengaluru

Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) is a town full of awesome hackers. So when Workbench Projects, a local maker space there, asked if I’d like to come …

A five-step guide to not being stupid

Even the smartest people can be fools. David Robson explains how to avoid the most common traps of sloppy thinking.<p>If you ever doubt the idea that the very clever can also be very silly, just remember the time the smartest man in America tried to electrocute a turkey. Benjamin Franklin had been …

Open-Mindedness

Early Benchmarks Put Retina MacBook CPU Performance in Range of 2011 MacBook Air

Though the Retina MacBook isn't officially launching until April 10, an early 64-bit Geekbench benchmark of the entry-level machine was spotted this afternoon, giving us our first glimpse at how the new ultra thin MacBook measures up to existing products in Apple's notebook line.<p>The 1.1GHz …

You Can Now Use Your Cellphone As A 3D Modeling Tool

Researchers have created a new technology that uses the camera and accelerometers in an average cellphone to measure real objects in 3D space. Created at Carnegie Mellon University, you can use the system to build “3D models of the world” just by waving your phone around an object or scene.<p>The …

Carnegie Mellon University

Wot I Think: Homeworld Remastered Collection

<i>Disclaimer: I played Relic’s space strategy game Homeworld [official site] when it first released (because of course I did), but unlike many of its</i> …