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It's a familiar routine for gamers: a developer announces a title or peripheral that requires an Internet connection to function. Gamers react with ire. They backpedal without understanding what they've done wrong - online is the future, isn't it?
Yes. It is. But that future hasn't arrived yet.
It's a shame that Nintendo seems to be one of the only studios that remembers the meaning of the term 'party game.' These games demanded in-person interaction: the Internet was irrelevant. Today, it's time for a bit of nostalgia - time to pay homage to some of the best party games of ages past.
Recently, Facebook has been making a concerted push to bring more Android developers into the fold, in addition to making its mobile game stronger overall. To that end, it's announced several updates to bring the Android SDK in-line with iOS, and added 3D capabilities to both.
Brian Munroe is a member of the Las Vegas hackerspace SYN Shop, and a home owner in the dry Las Vegas Valley. And like everyone with a home in the desert Southwest he knows the frustration of keeping his landscaping watered properly while following guidelines from the local water authority.His solution? The Hydrogadget.