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Entries from February 2010

More about Civ V

February 19th, 2010 · No Comments

There already is a website for Civ V and some neat screenshots (twitter is great!).

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Tags: Civilization

More Will Wright talk

February 19th, 2010 · No Comments

Simprograms has a list of web snippets about another presentation Will Wright did recently for the Games for Learning Institute. It is always worth reading about the talk and the reaction of the writers.

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Tags: Spore

Civ V announced for this fall!

February 18th, 2010 · No Comments

Gamasutra has exiting news for all us Civilization fans out there: Firaxis annouced Civ V for PC today. One of the surprising new elements are hexagonal tiles on the maps. Keep checking back here for screenshots, I’ll be posting them as soon as they pop up on the ‘net.

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Tags: Civilization

Will Wright keynote videos

February 17th, 2010 · No Comments

Yesterday Will Wright presented a keynote at the Engage! Expo aka Toy Fair 2010. Gearlog was so kind not only to write about it, but to add a few videos as well. The sound is not too good, but when you listen carefully you can still pick up some of what he’s talking about.
edit: Kotaku […]

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Tags: Maxoids · Video

New Spore PC title in the works?!

February 9th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Terminal Gamer has browsed through EA’s list for new games in the fiscal year 2011 and saw a listing of “Spore Title TBA” for the PC and for consoles. As always I’ll keep you posted on any news I find.

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Tags: Spore

Microbial Art

February 6th, 2010 · No Comments

Pictures of small life can be very beautiful, even those of bacteria. Eshel Ben-Jacob uses petri dishes as his canvas. His site is full of interesting examples like the one below. If you’re interested in this form of art, be sure to visit Microbial Art as well for many more beautiful pictures in different styles.

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Tags: Art · Science

Mind reading

February 3rd, 2010 · No Comments

Surfing the web I found the following amazing article: mind readers. It describes scientific research that will ultimately make it possible to decode neural activity, or in other words view what someone is seeing!
Japanese Mind Reading Technologyby NTDWorldNews

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Tags: Science