Tell Me Why – How To Fix The Fuse Box

As a primarily narrative-focused game, the puzzles in Tell Me Why generally don’t impose a large enough hurdle that your progress is halted for more than a minute or two. In chapter two, however, there is one puzzle that is a bit more difficult than any of the others the game will throw at you, and you won’t be able to […]

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Tabletop Gift Guide 2020: Best Gifts For Board Game Lovers

There’s nothing quite like sitting at a table with friends or family to play a new board game, and these days, there are so many fantastic board games out there that offer complex and interesting gameplay to engross you. Gone are the days when Monopoly and Scrabble were the main options; now, we’ve got huge legacy games like Gloomhaven and […]

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Apple’s ‘privacy’ changes undermine international advertising best practices

Apple’s decision to require users to opt-in to its IDFA tracking has understandably disrupted the ad tech ecosystem. Its new measures, albeit now delayed until “early” 2021, ignore current initiatives from the IAB around transparency and privacy-first best practices. The IAB-led initiatives I’m referring to include ads.txt, app-ads.txt, sellers.json, the GDPR Transparency and Consent Framework (TCF), and the Open Measurement SDK. […]

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October 2020’s Games With Gold Lineup Is Halloween Themed

With October mere days away, Microsoft has unveiled the lineup of “Games with Gold” titles for next month and there’s an obvious Halloween theme here. Not everything immediately makes sense with that theming, but you can tell the company went to decent lengths to pick “spooky” games to Live Gold subscribers. The biggest draw here is Sphinx and the Cursed […]

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