Check out Reflecteur issue #61, where you’ll find the latest in our favorite photo blogs, like the one featuring a picture of the alarm clock your kids watered because “it looked like it needed it,” and other horrors of kids ruining things you own. Also, find out how easily it is for things to get lost in translation… when you translate it up to 56 times, see how “You and me put on a bad romance” becomes “I love you,” and, finally, robots. ‘Nuff said.
Did you miss us? We sure missed you. Most of all, we missed bringing you the latest gaming industry news and trends in this excited-for-E3 issue of PLAYED. This month, we consider the celebrity of developers and how it may shape the industry in years to come. We also check out Apple’s latest step into the gaming space with their Game Center mobile network and proprietary approach to the mobile space, along with the industry’s “green” efforts towards an improved environment. Finally, with achievements and rewards an integral part of gaming, we look at how high scores and in-game bonuses are influencing real-life programs and activities.
Issue #57 features Darth Vader’s best Jay-Z impression, how the film Alien would look were it cast with the Winnie the Pooh characters, the world’s first one-woman iPhone band, and digital Peeps. Plus, Matt Story shares a perspective on the opportunities and challenges of marketing via sports games.
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Issue 53 is a fun issue. We start by looking at a number of sites that are all about social commentary via cartoons. Then there are the Tweenbots – little robots that can only travel in one direction and therefore need help to find their way through New York’s Washington Square Park… and got it!
We move on to 5 Second Films, which is exactly what it sounds like. A good, quick distraction for a long day. And finally, Panoramas.dk will show you breath-taking panoramic images from around the world – hundred of them.
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Did you know that there is an artist using eBay as part of one of his works? Or that this piece is called ‘A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter’? You’re going to want to read about that one. And since you’ve already clicked through, take a little time and learn about Mystery Google, the infographic community (talk about geek chic), and some insane awesome fan theories.
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