Rubik’s has produced the world’s first official app that uses high tech phone camera and artificial intelligence processing to track a real 3D Rubik’s Cube and enhance the on-screen video in real-time, with arrows ‘painted’ on the Cube’s tiles to help teach how to solve it. The app also has audio and visual clues to help solve the real-life popular puzzle and help improve and record solve times. Read more
King, a leading interactive entertainment company for the mobile world, today announced that everyone’s favorite marsupial is getting ready to run, jump and spin onto mobile in Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!™. Running faster, fearlessly and further than ever before, this brand-new mobile adventure brings the best of the Crash Bandicoot franchise from the last 20 years with fan-favorite characters, bosses, moves, mischief and mayhem. Read more
Dr. Steven Quay, MD, PhD, author and physician-scientist, announces the availability of his 158-page book, “Your COVID-19 Survival Manual: A Physician’s Guide to Keep You and Your Family Healthy During the Pandemic and Beyond,” in paperback and eBook format on his website, www.DrQuay.com, beginning Monday, June 8, 2020. Proceeds from the book will go to military veterans performing COVID-19 relief work in their communities. Read more
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Monopoly gives iconic pieces the boot as the thimble, wheelbarrow and boot pieces are kicked out of the popular board game. Continue reading
A robot has successfully mastered the famous Rubik’s cube puzzle in less than a second, at a German trade fair.
Pokemon GO Master Nick Johnson is hoping the game will go on even after capturing all the Pokemons.
Authorities at a Florida zoo and a Pennsylvania cemetery warn Pokemon Go enthusiasts to play by the rules of the real world.
Three-time English scrabble world champion wins French language championship after memorizing most of the French dictionary.
(Reuters) – Faster than you can say 2015 Rubik’s Cube World Championship….
Australian Feliks Zemdegs is the winner of this year’s competition in Sao Paulo, Brazil after solving the famous block puzzle in a mere 5.695 seconds.