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Build Your City One Card at a Time – Concrete Jungle

November 16, 2016

Are you looking for a game that has city building, deck building, and some puzzle/thinking aspects involved? If so you need to take a look at Concrete Jungle from ColePowered Games. Now this game is fun but will take a little bit of time to “get” but once you get going, you will want to see how far you can go. So what is it? From the developer: “You have a deck of selected cards which you can use to place buildings. Each building will affect it’s surroundings in different ways. The aim of the game is to clear city blocks by gathering the required number of points from your residents, giving more room to build. As the city grows, bigger and better new buildings can be added to your deck. As you get opportunities to hone and refine your deck, residents will demand more from you. You’ll find yourself inadvertently creating zoning puzzles- playing against your own past planning decisions.” Key Features: – Over 200 cards available – 8…

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‘NBA 2K17’ players can step up their game by tracking daily activity with a Fitbit

November 15, 2016

NBA 2K17 fanatics have a new incentive to exercise on a regular basis, as their use of Fitbit activity trackers will soon unlock in-game bonuses and boosted character stats for the latest entry in 2K’s popular basketball simulation series.

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Home on App [App Review]

November 15, 2016

When I was house hunting over 20 years ago, there was no Internet, nor smartphones, so we had to use the newspaper. Today it is a totally different story. In this review, I am taking a quick look at a new, free app available for both Android and iOS users called Home On App. The app is new and does not seem to have a ton of listings yet, but shows potential. Before I go any further, I need to mention two key pieces of information. Within the app there is not a lot of information regarding the developer. When I wrote this review the developer’s website was non-existent so I could not get any additional information. Also all monetary values are listed in the British Pound and there is no way to change (that I could see). Also all the current listings are in the UK. I am in the US, so this does not help me. (I thought it was important to let you know this.) Overall the…

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