PRINCESS PEACH CAKE – SUPER MARIO – NERDY NUMMIES

Hey guys, it’s a Ro.(Hi Ro!) Welcome to another Nerdy Nummies I got so many requests from you guys to make something else Mario themed and lately I’ve been playing a lot of the mobile game Super Mario Run if you play through the game you can unlock Princess Peach’s cake and it is Adorable (ikr) I fell in love with it as soon as I unlocked it with my toads I thought HMMM We have to make this on

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LGR – Car and Driver – DOS PC Game Review

[upbeat MIDI music] [typing] It’s not uncommon to see computer games based on all sorts of non-computer gamey things. Movies, TV shows, steaming piles of feces. But how many games can you think of that are based on a magazine? Well, look no further than Car and Driver, published by Electronic Arts in 1992 for MS-DOS PCs. Of course, a more well-known game with magazine ties is Road & Track Presents The Need for Speed, also published by EA, but

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What is Magic: The Gathering?

Hi, I’m Jimmy. And if you’ve ever wondered What is Magic: The Gathering, then I’m here to answer that. In Magic: The Gathering, you take on the role of a Planeswalker. A powerful mage that collects the magical energy from the land around you and uses that mana to summon mighty creatures. Creatures that fly. Creatures that breathe fire. Creatures that kill anything they touch. And cast devastating spells. Spells that destroy your opponent’s creatures Spells that make your creatures

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Blade Runner – In RETROspect (1997 PC Game Retrospective)

Hello everyone and welcome to the first episode of Suggestive Gaming’s ‘In RETRO-spect’, where we examine a game or franchise that you may have missed, and take a deeper look at it’s development, key individuals involved, and its impact on the video game landscape. Today, we’re going to look at the 1997 PC game Blade Runner, but to do that, we have to take a step or two back… In 1968, science fiction writer Phillip K Dick released his novel

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LGR – Isle of the Dead – DOS PC Game Review

[MIDI music plays] [typing] More often than not, a lame game will make a fuss and then disappear into the shadows. But then there are some games that are of another caliber entirely. Games like Isle of the Dead, developed by Rainmaker Software, Inc., and published by Merit Software in 1993. Yes, I’ve seen this one show up on several “Worst Games of All Time” lists, but does it really deserve that distinction? Well, it does have some exceptionally tawdry

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Won A Pocket Game Computer at the Arcade – Not A Gameboy – Toreba Wins

Wasn’t humanly possible, but now you can have all the power and excitement of *NOT Nintendo* right in the palm of your hand Introducing Pocket Game Computer It’s portable. It’s in stereo. And its games are interchangeable. And for head-to-head competition use a standard USB cable and blow your opponent away Pocket game computer. Definitely not Nintendo. Now, you’re enjoying un-trademarked power! Portable power!

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Top 10 Best Survival-Horror PC Games

10: Resident Evil VII: Biohazard CAPCOM has successfully blended tropes of modern survival horror while cleverly injecting their own formula in an outbreak so appealing, it brought back the franchise from the dead. We’ll have to thank The Bakers for that, then? Welcome yourself to the Baker Family and experience horror like never before. This is the first Resident Evil game to deviate from their regular Third-Person perspective. This time, it evolves into a terrifying and visceral first-person approach. Control

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LGR – The Elder Scrolls Arena – DOS PC Game Review

[typing] After years of waiting, Skyrim, the fifth game in the Elder Scrolls series of FPS RPGs is here in all its nerdy glory. But you can go to a hundred other people if you want a review of Skyrim. So, here on Lazy Game Reviews we’re taking a look at the very first Elder Scrolls game, Arena. Released in 1994 by Bethesda Softworks, Arena was a bit of a shaky start for the now-revered Elder Scrolls series. Just looking

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GWENT: The Witcher Card Game | This Week in GWENT 19.04.2019

Hey everyone, Paweł Burza here! I’m the Community Manager for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game and this is TWIG, or This Week in GWENT — a weekly show in which we talk everything GWENT! On Tuesday we had Crimson Curse Leader Challenge end with Dana and Scoia’tael taking the win! This means that till April 23rd you can stock up on the faction kegs in the shop and gain 50% more exp when you play with Dana as your leader.

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