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Best Entertaining Computer Games for Youth During The COVID-19
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Gaming
Parents now have to keep their kids indoors to prevent them from contracting the COVID-19 virus. To defeat their boredom, parents must find ways to entertain young students. Luckily, these days, there are computer games that entertain the students while educating them.  With some wonderful games, parents rest assured that their kids are learni
One Beat Angel FFVII
Cheryl Gress
Music
Thank you Materia Collective for sending us this album to review! My husband and I are fans of the Final Fantasy games and music. We have attended multiple live orchestral performances and own several Distant World and Black Mages/Earthbound Papas CDs. When I played and beat Final Fantasy VII on PC, I swapped out many of the original game songs to
Great Tips to Improve Web Search Results
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Internet
  Image source: Pexels.com To most, web search does not seem like a complicated matter. You enter a phrase or keyword and look at the results. However, there are times when you need to find very specific information, and the default search does not always give you the desired results. Searching the web more efficiently is not that difficult once yo
Top Six Ways to Nail CompTIA A+ Exams
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Internet
If you wish to have a promising career in the IT industry which is already overcrowded, having a general degree and work experience is not enough. It pays a lot to become a top tier IT veteran and the most popular question among newbies is how to start right so as to create a strong foundation for becoming an expert. There may be a lot of answers b
Field of Hopes and Strings
Cheryl Gress
Gaming
Thank you Materia Collective for sending this digital album to review! Deltarune Chapter 1 is a free spiritual successor to Undertale. Toby Fox has worked his magic again by producing a fun game with good humor and an excellent soundtrack. In turn, String Player Gamer did an awesome job sprucing up the soundtrack in a fourteen-song collection calle
Think Like a Dog
Cheryl Gress
Movies
Thank you Lionsgate for sending us a screener to review! Oliver is a twelve-year-old genius whose parents are considering separating. To comfort him in these difficult times is his dog, Henry. Oliver also has a friend Xiao, in China, who plays online VR games with him. Xiao is also quite smart and is an accomplished hacker. At this year’s science f
Monitor online activities of your kids using the Best Android Parental Control Apps.
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Internet
Parents are often worried about their kids when they are using some adult content on the website. You can use parental control apps if you want to protect your kids from harmful sites that can spoil their minds. These applications are easy to install and monitor online activities easily. Many Android parental control apps are available for both iPh
Canmixs Smart Watch
Cheryl Gress
Hardware
Thank you Canmixs for sending us this product to review! I’ve been using a Garmin Vivofit 2 for the past few years. I like the step counting and prodding to get moving when I’ve been sitting still for too long. The Vivofit 2 also monitors my sleep, calorie burning, and menstrual cycle through the accompanying Android app. The Canmixs Smart Watch ca
Can Business Schools Help Amend the Public View on Capitalism?
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Internet
Faith in corporations and our modern economic system at an all-time low. Only a third of Americans indicated that they believe and trust in big enterprises. At the same time, over half of the polled people said that the corporations have too much power and influence over public life – is what indicates a relevant study. Of course, the demographic o
The Road to Edmond
Cheryl Gress
Movies
Thank you Tripp Fuller for sending us a screener link to review! The Road to Edmond was released in 2018, but now it’s available to watch on Amazon Prime for free. The movie begins with a young youth pastor named Cleo who is forced to take a 2-week sabbatical for telling one of his students that God loves her just as she is when she came out as gay
Learn Python Quickly: A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Learning Python, Even If You’re New to Programming
Kaitlyn Gress
Books
Thank you CodeQuickly for sending us this book to review! Learn Python Quickly: A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Learning Python, Even If You’re New to Programming is designed to be a fast read and teaching tool, clocking in at about 150 pages. The book has twelve chapters and an index of references used in it. It covers a wide range of programming c
7 Key Steps of Game Localization
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Gaming
    If you are reading this article, you may have already thought about the localization of your videogame. This is a critical step that opens broad opportunities and brings your game a new audience. Localization is not a mere translation of some of the game’s parts. It is a complex process that has multiple steps like the translation of code, cut
Top languages that are the highest in demand for video game translations
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Gaming
    If you develop games for Steam, browser games, console, or mobile games, there is one question that surely came to your mind. This question is about localization and languages. If you want to make more sales by reaching more gamers, you naturally need localization to more cultures. Before the start, every developer thinks about the ROI of the l
What languages to learn if you want to be a game localizator
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Gaming
  A dream of many people is to enter the videogame localization industry. This sphere is famous for its creativity, talent-seeking contests, and competitive, stimulating environment. Although it may seem easy to translate a game, this does not mean to localize it. Localization implies such skills as diving into culture, searching for informati
Popular Languages for Game Localization
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Gaming
The game industry is truly global. Nowadays, it encompasses a variety of countries across the globe. Apart from the obvious English, there exist many options that you should consider to make your game successful. Game developers around the world often feel it difficult to decide what localization languages do they need to maximize their profits and
The Best Hacking Strategies: Aimbots and ESP
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Gaming
Game hacking is a very old practice of editing and modifying the game in order to win, change the characters and rulers of the game or just simply to make the game more challenging to play. Game hacking is done by either simply changing the codes of the game or by adopting a software which will search and download available modification from the in
5 Online Games You Can Play At Home
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Gaming
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s advised that everyone stays home or at the very least stays away from others. While this isn’t to judge you based on your decision to listen or not, there are options as to what you can do if you do choose to stay home. Either way, this will still apply regardless if there’s a scary virus on the loose or not. Ther
Financial Uncertainty From COVID-19 and How You Can Help!
Cheryl Gress
Finances
Many jobs and companies are being impacted by this pandemic. Lord knows how many businesses will be able to re-open after COVID-19! Though we have seen some drops in Patreon and donations, we’re still doing okay financially. Since many large audience venues are canceled, we don’t anticipate doing any more conventions this year. Considering tha
Top 5 Free Coding Programs for Kids
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Internet
Coding Programs have become a trend in the field of education. Today, children ages 8 to 16 are now involved in the art of technology through an integrated user experience in software applications. The current technology offers coding programs as a portal to children’s innovation in transforming ideas into simple websites and games like Minecraft M
I Still Believe
Cheryl Gress
Movies
Thank you Lionsgate for sending us a digital screener to review! I Still Believe is based on the true story of Jeremy Camp’s college days before he became a popular Christian artist who sold five million CDs. This film was supposed to be released in theaters on March 13, 2020, but those plans were halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, Chris

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