Hello again everyone! Some of you may or may not have already heard about the new game 2048. If you haven’t yet, my sincere apologies for drawing it to your attention. It has been noted that there is a large incidence of addiction found with those who play this game. There is also a large correlation of damaged computers, iPads and iPhones among those who play.
The term “rage quit” may be an apt description for those of us who have yet to obtain the coveted 2048 tile even though you’ve reached 1024 about a thousand times and have even had a couple of the larger numbers lined up and ready to go right before everything fell apart and that mocking “try again” popped up for the 50th time today! *ahem..* Article Continues…
Every year, people go through the same routine during spring-cleaning: Empty the house of all of the stuff they accumulated during the winter … and then fill up the garage with all of the stuff they accumulated during the winter.
Our “garage” is also full this spring, but luckily for our readers, a full OWC garage only means more great deals to be passed along!
Here are just a few of the great deals we have in storage for our April Garage Sale:
- Over 60 Air, Retina, 2.5”, 3.5” HDD & SSD Enclosures from $0.65
- Video Cables-Adapters from $9.75 and Mac Pro Video Cards from $89!
- Great Selection of Memory Modules & Matched Set Kits up to 32GB
- SSDs 120GB to 480GB that will make your Mac Fast from $69!
- Thunderbolt Cables, Docks, Enclosures, SSD Externals & More
- Plug & Play Desktop Drives 1TB to 8TB starting from $59.50!
- Cases, Stands, More for iPad, iPad Air & mini, up to 61% off
- Cases, Stands, and More for iPhone 4/4S/5/5S up to 61% off
- Data Doublers, Trays, 2.5 Adapters, Mount Kits, More from $2.50
- Selection of 2.5” Drives 5400RPM, 7200RPM, Hybrid up to 1.0TB!
- Over 20 3.5” Drives up to 640GB to 4TB from $37.50; 2TB from $69
- Nice Keyboard, Mouse, TrackPad Selection at nice prices Article Continues…
Sorry folks, no review this week. Sadly my iPad came down with a severe case of “child-itus”, and the screen looked like a gorgeous spider web. Luckily, OWC just happens to offer a fantastic Turnkey Repair Program for the iPad 2. So while our wondrous team of install technicians make my device all pretty again and resurrect it from taking a critical hit from my level 2.5 Human Child, I figured I’d put some thoughts out there until I can get back to my regularly scheduled reviewing.
This is an article I’ve wanted to write for a long time. And, frankly, I expect a lot of pushback on this article in terms of conflicts of opinion, so here’s the disclaimer: I am by no means doing anything but representing my own personal opinion and this piece is nothing but entertainment and me stirring the proverbial pot in hopes of making some developers cringe and say “yeah… he’s got a point.”
I’m a sucker for pixel art. But, I think I’ve discussed that a few times on the OWC Blog already. And I think it’s also pretty apparent that I love me a good RPG. Great, got that established and out of the way.
Growing up I had a Sega Genesis and later in life I picked up a Super Nintendo (SNES). But sadly, today’s title eluded me until later in life. I had instantly fell in love with its unique combat system and fairly good story. But I have got to say, Namco/Bandai’s title was absolutely destroyed in this iOS port. Get ready to dual-wield shields in order to defend yourself from this onslaught of fail with Tales of Phantasia.
I think at about four or five points during this play through I nearly gave up. This wonderful tale of a young swordsman was dragged through the muck, stepped on, run out, and then beaten with a baseball bat. The amount of awful that slapped me around through the screen of my iPad blew my mind. Article Continues…
“You Don’t Know Jack!” Actually that’s a lie, more likely than not, you know quite a bit. But all that becomes rather relative in Jellyvision’s/Jackbox Games’ multiplayer trivia game.
YDKJ for the iPad is the next game in a very long line of games that have been living on the consoles of my generation for a long time. To see a free version of YDKJ for the iPad is amazing. So get ready to be slapped around with some sarcasm, because well… You Don’t Know Jack!
What can I say? I love tongue-in-cheek humor and sarcasm. And Cookie, the game’s host, is never shy about dishing out shovels of it at you. Every answer in the game, right or wrong, has a snarky response that will have you laughing. Article Continues…