This post is part 2 of the #YourTurnChallenge based on Seth Godin’s book What to Do When It’s Your Turn
Previous Posts: Day 1
What would you quest for? What is more important to you?
It’s one thing to be willing to die for a cause, but there an entirely different level of commitment required to be willing to live for something.
It’s easy to stand … Continue reading
Tetris is a timeless classic.
Millions have indulged an obsession with dropping blocks to form an unbroken line. Even before Angry Birds and Candy Crush, non-gamers and gamers alike knew Tetris. Over 125,000 Million copies of the game have been sold.
Tetris is pretty amazing. It’s applications are near endless.
For example, did you know that Tetris can:
Help you stick to your diet?
Help overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
Help strengthen, and even grow grey matter in your brain? … Continue reading
For this edition of my Game Shelf I’ll be taking a look at Mortal Kombat II (MK2) for the Game Boy. Yes, the tiny black-and-white (well, greenish yellow) handheld wonder.
The short version of this is: It’s surprisingly good.
It’s rather ambitious to think that it’s a high-quality fast-paced five button arcade fighting game like MK2 could be successfully translated to the Nintendo Game Boy – a monochrome two button (Ok, technically, four button) handheld system, but that is exactly what we are dealing with.
Frankly, … Continue reading