Gaming

Danganronpa 2 Goodbye Despair

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair does not have so many new concepts, but the game knows how to use it as an advantage. It’s a Dejavu of …

Gaming

Games are proven to help students study well by scientist

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Some people said that games limit the ability of the brain, video games can change the brains of children, video games strengthen brain power, etc. The …

Gaming

DarkSoul 3 cheat engine

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In April 2016, Bandai Namco introduced to the world one of their fastest – selling game of their history: Dark Soul III, with over 3 million …

Science

When does the breaking of chemical bonds release energy?

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In chemistry, the chemical bond is the force, keeping the atoms together in molecules or crystals. The formation of chemical bonds between elements to form molecules …

Gaming

Top greatest science fiction games ever

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For decades video games have offered fantastic escapes into detailed and memorable science fiction (sci-fi) worlds. But which stand out in our memories? Which sci-fi universes …

Gaming

How to start a new game in Pokemon alpha sapphire

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It is certainly that after the third version (Ruby / Sapphire / Emerald), the quality of this legendary game gradually fall out. The game does not …

Science

How I became a programmer!

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In this article, I will share my story, from a gamer to a game developer. The process of finding knowledge on the internet to learn how …

Science

Building a Fluid One Chunk At A Time

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I went to the Sharcnet GPU and Cell Computing Symposium at my university last week. One of the keynote speakers, Dr. Paul Woodward, pretty much blew …

Gaming

Making an Endless Runner game by Unity3D (Step by Step)

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Maybe you know that nowadays all the endless runner games like Run 3 are really attractive because of highly addictive gameplay and challenges. In this article, …

Science

Making Errors Work For You

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The trials and tribulations of uncertainty run deep in the hearts of experimentalists. From our biased human minds, to the imprecision of our measurement devices, to …