Never Alone blends clever platforming with cultural insight

by on September 2, 2014

I like to think of Never Alone as a less depressing version of 2011′s indie hit, Limbo. It features similar environment-based puzzle-platforming in an unforgiving world, but its buddy-system mechanics give an encouraging sense of optimism… See The Story at the original source – Joystiq (Right Click – New Tab) Powered by WPeMatico Related Posts:

14 of the best quotes from a U.S. president known most for his silence

by on September 2, 2014

In a recent article, economist and political commentator Thomas Sowell, writing on potential presidential candidates for 2016, invokes “The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge,” which upon review appears to be a slender volume full of wisdom and wit. Written with his characteristic substantive brevity, humility, and a rye sense of humor, Coolidge’s autobiography is an enjoyable […]

Dance Central Spotlight, Warframe out today for Xbox One

by on September 2, 2014

The stylish twosome of Warframe’s sleek ninjas and Dance Central Spotlight’s hip-hop curves are both available now on Xbox One. For those who’ve yet to try Warframe on PC or PS4, the free-to-play multiplayer co-op shooter is best experienced with a… See The Story at the original source – Joystiq (Right Click – New Tab) […]

Government plotting again to get school kids to eat fruits and vegetables

by on September 2, 2014

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is trying once again to get kids to eat fruits and vegetables in school. USDA announced Tuesday that it will soon launch a new pilot program that will allow as many as eight states use USDA funding to buy local, unprocessed fruits and vegetables. Kindergartners Ayden Williams-Parker and Ellie Nicholas […]