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<p>If you think E3 is rough now just imagine what it would have been like 100 years ago. For a start, there wouldn't even be any videogames to report on.</p><p>Alexander Shen's new puzzle game E3 1915 celebrates this year's E3 by taking us back a century in time. Why? Why the hell not?</p><p>It's a grid based puzzle game in which you play a reporter sent off to E3 to collect the hottest scoops.</p><p>All this involves is grabbing the three newspaper icons in each level and reaching the exit. The catch is that each square you move consume one food item. If you run out of food then you die.</p><p>Later levels also add crates to push, ladders to climb, and clouds of tuberculosis to avoid.</p><p>So, yeah, not much has changed from the E3 back then to the E3 now - you still have to push your way through people and avoid unpleasant odors in the air.</p><p>Oh, and for the record, E3 didn't start until 1995. Yes, this game is entirely fictional, unsurprisingly.</p><p>You can download E3 1915 for free on Google Play right now.</p>IndieGames.com
The dreams unto dust(beta)"This has been a purty nice day all through, Mistress Blythe, and now, right at the last, it's brought its best. Would you like to sit down here outside a bit, while the light lasts? I've just finished this bit of a plaything for my little grand nephew, Joe, up at the Glen. After I promised to make it for him I was kinder sorry, for his mother was vexed. She's afraid he'll be wanting to go to sea later on and she doesn't want the notion encouraged in him. But what could I do, Mistress Blythe? I'd PROMISED him, and I think it's sorter real dastardly to break a promise you make to a child. Come, sit down. It won't take long to stay an hour."
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<p>You know gaming is more fun when you’re playing with fellow gamers or when you share the experience with other fans. There’s a reason why video game streaming on Twitch and even on YouTube and social media is such a hit. Arcade video gaming during the 80s and 90s was an early demonstration of how gaming becomes more engaging when enjoyed as a community.</p><p>Thanks to the internet, it’s now possible to share the experiences and joy of gaming. By live-streaming a game or posting clips of it, other players can check out your game strategies and the thrill of facing various challenges. Twitch, Mixer, and YouTube are excellent platforms for this way of enjoying video games. However, they may not be the best for newcomers. Newbies in video game streaming may struggle to find an audience in these video streaming services.</p><p>Good thing there’s an alternative video game streaming platform worth trying—Clutch. This social gaming community aims to create equal opportunities for everyone who wants to share or subtly brag about their accomplishments. It’s a fun place where gamers of all types and interests can get together and enjoy a wide variety of game clips.</p><p>Clutch is the brainchild of a group of video gamer friends who happen to have regular Xbox gaming sessions after work. Yes, they have day jobs, but they love gaming so much that they want to create an accommodating place for everyone who is into gaming. It’s not just a site for geeks or those who spend almost all of their day playing. No one is left behind, especially the newbies. It’s an avenue where hardcore and longtime gamers don’t make newcomers feel out of place.</p><p>With more than 2.2 million streamers, it’s not an exaggeration to say that Twitch is already a crowded place for video game streamers. An alternative platform is definitely not a bad idea.</p><p> </p>The Driving Force Behind Clutch<p>Clutch aims to provide opportunities for gamers of all types and experiences receive exposure. It is built to be the antithesis to the tendency of popular streaming sites to favor established streamers. Even better, it seeks to address the toxic atmosphere that has been allowed to propagate in most game streaming platforms.</p><p>One of the reasons why sites like Twitch and YouTube appear to favor established content creators is the fact that it’s just how they started and progressed. Over time, these sites made streamers who play for long hours and share lengthy videos of their games the top channels or content creators. Hence, they are the ones who appear in the recommended videos or suggestions.</p><p>Clutch distinguishes itself as an exciting place for the casual and anonymous enjoyment of shared video game clips. Almost all of the big names on Twitch and YouTube are gamers who have exposed their identities. Not everyone is willing to do the same, though. Some just want to share some gaming feats that make them proud without broadcasting their faces—and this is what Clutch is intended for.</p><p> </p>Clutching Communities<p>Clutch focuses on creating engaging communities. If you are looking for a place where you feel everyone is welcome, this is the platform for you. Nurturing gamer celebrity statuses is the least of the site’s priorities. It’s more inclined towards providing an easy to use and accommodating space.</p><p>Clutch organizes its collections of content according to the platform (PlayStation, Xbox, or PC) and specific games. This scheme makes it easy for users to find the videos they prefer and interact with like-minded users. One of the most popular categories is Fortnite, which already has nearly 2 million clips. This part of Clutch is a good example of how Clutch makes everyone feel accepted. If there are unpleasant interactions, they are rather minimal and benign. Don’t expect to find users harassing each other.</p><p>Through its proprietary algorithm, Clutch tries to bring together the most suitable pairs of content creators and audiences. Instead of showing the most popular videos to most users, the site matches viewers and streamers who share the most similarities or interests. It strives to be a place where every streamer can find an audience and every viewer finds clips that suit their preferences.</p><p> </p>Limelight for the Ordinary but Exciting Gamers<p>The e-sports industry reportedly took in around $1 billion in revenues in 2019. This relatively new entertainment industry is expected to be worth a whopping $300 billion by 2025. It’s not wrong to feel slightly jealous of gamers who gain fame and wealth in this field. However, these celebrity gamers can’t take all of the attention and renown. You, that avid gamer friend of yours, or the new DOTA 2 streamer you met yesterday deserve to have a shot at getting viewers and followers.</p><p>As long as you produce interesting content, you deserve the opportunity to have the attention and fans. That’s the purpose of the existence of Clutch. It’s for everyone who loves gaming, from the casual clip watcher to the hardcore fanatic who feels like becoming a shadow commentator for the streamed games.</p>"Yes, the eighth baby arrived a fortnight ago," said Miss Cornelia, from a rocker before the fire of the little house one chilly October afternoon. "It's a girl. Fred was ranting mad--said he wanted a boy--when the truth is he didn't want it at all. If it had been a boy he'd have ranted because it wasn't a girl. They had four girls and three boys before, so I can't see that it made much difference what this one was, but of course he'd have to be cantankerous, just like a man. The baby is real pretty, dressed up in its nice little clothes. It has black eyes and the dearest, tiny hands."
<p>We learned at E3 this year that Nintendo aims to bring the GameCube controller back in a big way for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The new controller boasts a stylish Super Smash Bros. logo, but other than that, it’s the same old GameCube controller you know and love.</p><p>The controllers will release on December 31 according to Amazon, although that date could move up a bit. If you’re in the United States, you can pre-order the controller for $29.99.</p><p>Folks in Europe are out of luck for now until more news arrives on when the Ultimate controller could be coming to other parts of the world. However, you can use the existing Wii U GameCube controller adapter (it’s a USB adapter) to use any old GameCube controllers you might have lying around.</p><p>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives on December 6.</p>
Captain Jim was silent for a space, gazing into the glowing fire in a quest of the bygones. Then, with a sigh, he resumed his story.
<p>During the first LaunchPad, Thunderbox Entertainment announced that their digital adaptation of The Captain is Dead would be heading to mobile. Today we can exclusively reveal that it will be arriving on 1st February alongside the PC and console versions of the game.</p><p>As mentioned, it's a digital adaptation of the board game it shares a name with and will see players put in charge of their crew members on board a besieged ship. They must work together to repair the critical systems whilst also having to fend off alien hostiles or they'll end up like the captain, who is dead, as you've probably inferred from the title of the game.</p>
"You have won it, Mistress Blythe. Don't you go cherishing any foolish notion that Leslie don't like you. If she didn't she wouldn't have anything to do with you, much less chumming with you as she does. I know Leslie Moore too well not to be sure of that."
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