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Video games are a popular pastime among kids and adults alike. But do they really only harm eyesight, or is there a practical benefit? Video games can be called a great option for recreation. Furthermore, it is an opportunity to spend time together with friends and also to find new teammates from every corner of the planet. Gameplay unites and promotes communication outside university.


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About a third of the world's population regularly plays games on computers, mobile devices, and game consoles. Video games provide an escape from everyday reality, so people spend a lot of money and time looking for new experiences. Through a large demand in the gaming market segment, a huge turnover of money is concentrated. In this article, we will consider how to participate in this cycle of opportunities through the development of a personal brand.


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Welcome to the Roundup 49 with three games! As mentioned in the previous roundups, only odd-numbered episodes are featured since even-numbered are for Robin Vencel's patrons. More information you find on his site.

Note: If the games don't load in your browser try Chrome.


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In the past, mobile games were mainly for entertainment purposes. They did not have any educational value and were not able to help students learn. Today, however, several companies have developed augmented educational phone games that can assist people learn while they play them. They are very popular with adults as well because they can be used as a way of improving their memory or even just to pass time when waiting in line at the grocery store or during lunch break at work. They are a great way to help children learn and develop. They are not just for fun but can be used to teach them about math and reading, as well as other subjects. Most games have an educational component to them and are designed to help young people learn about their world in a fun way.

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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!

As every second week, we've got a new tomoLaSiDo with rather tough puzzles followed by a short point'n'click game by patrickgh3, atmospheric with dark undertones and beautiful art.

Then come puzzle games - interesting puzzlers by muratsubo and by EPICPIKAGUY, both about magical hats, and a simple maze by Archaru.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Welcome to Mobile Monday!

We start with Nicolet's game and again you end up in a small house and can't leave until you help its inhabitants. Then you get with Jammsworks (Jammsworks Inc.) to Phuket in Thailand and will spend a lot of time there, it's a long game. From Katsushi Takeuchi (NAZO CUBE) we've got a solid escape from an apartment, and the last is a short game by Kana Yamamoto (SBK Man).

All games are free and available in Google Play and in Apple Store.

The first game is medium-sized, the second long, and the third and the fourth are short.

Notice, that Mobile Monday is not posted regularly due to low availability of free good games.


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Masa is back, yay! We've got a long escape with lots of complex puzzles and it does take a while to figure them out. This game is hard - but there are always sufficient hints for solutions. A pleasure to play!


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Educational video games are a great tool for learning these days. No matter what skeptics may say about the use of technology in younger and older ages, there is no denying that new generations are notable for their dexterity and skill with technological equipment and devices.


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It used to be that gaming was limited to PC, console, or handheld devices like the Nintendo Gameboy and its modern counterpart, the Switch. Games had to be bought, ripped out of the carton, and installed.

However, there's a new category of gaming today: browsers. That's right. Unlike the Netscape Navigator and (shudder) Internet Explorer of old, modern browsers are powerful enough to actually run full-fledged games.


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NVIDIA's 3090ti has just leaked a few weeks back. And even before it launches, there are already rumors of the next-gen 4000 series coming at year end.

And yet, the current 3000 series remains hard to find for the average gamer.

We discuss the factors behind the GPU shortage, and what you can do to get your hands on one without paying outrageous scalper prices.

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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!

Selfdefiant wants you to escape South Carolina and South Dakota, and to do that, you need to get some money. Coconuts Park's latest episode is about getting a fresh coconut juice, and in LanderLima's escape you try to get out of a prison.

This week's puzzlers are all adorable - in the first one by Torcado you are supposed to help a snake to get home, and in the one by patrickgh3 to feed a hare. In the third one by beekie you again need to feed a rabbit with all the carrots you find.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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The term "gamification" is not only a catchphrase. There are many advantages to gaming in management training, and HR and Learning & development practitioners must not overlook them. It's a win-win situation for you and your learners if you include games and competition in your business training. Why would 22 individuals gather to bounce a ball onto a muddy, frigid field on a chilly, wet day in February? Soccer is among the world's most popular pastimes for several reasons, including the following: Firstly, it's easy to learn, and second, it does have a powerful motivation at its core: the desire to succeed. Take away that goal, and the whole game loses its novelty value. Football, cricket, tennis, baseball, or any other professional sport depends on the competitive drive to garner a large following. And it's ultimately the same with virtual activities. Without further ado, let's jump to the core and see how gamification in schools' functions.


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Welcome to the Roundup 48 with three games! As mentioned in the previous roundups, only odd-numbered episodes are featured since even-numbered are for Robin Vencel's patrons. More information you find on his site.

Note: If the games don't load in your browser try Chrome.

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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!


Amajeto is back with a new game and it's a good one! Then tomoLaSiDo wants you to make a cheesecake - a device for producing cheesecakes is in the apartment, you just need to get ingrediences. Primera/Cabeza remade another colorful game from 2011 and the next is point'n'click adventure by Emily Rook (Péťa Emmerová) in a style of Grounhog Day. Amélie, a witch, creates a time loop and you repeat one day many times until you get to one of the three ends. Notice, that the game can be played directly in a browser or downloaded, but can be saved only in download version. If the game played in a browser crashes, your progress is lost.

Beautiful puzzler by JCodina and ArcaCrema is a dreamy and relaxing game - a demo only, but has 28 levels. The last comes FeatureKreep's play on words - you are supposed to make a dictionary and infer the meaning of words from the context.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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There is one thing that bothers me equally as a person who writes texts about games, and simply as a gamer - the insignificance or even irrelevance of text-based video game reviews.

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