By Philip Durham
Author: Heather Poole
Date of Publication: March 6, 2012
Genre: Autobiography, Humor
Within the past four years I’ve started flying back and forth to the Middle East quite frequently. These long flights on various airlines have acquainted me with business air travel. Second only to fellow passengers, the group of people I’ve come to interact with most are the flight attendants. “Cruising Attitude” seemed to be an interesting way to learn more about the flight experience from their point-of-view. Continue reading
Cara Harding (Julianne Moore) finds herself embroiled in another of her father’s “interesting” cases. But soon realizes that her diagnosis isn’t nearly as interesting as the truth that is haunting her patient David (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Continue reading
By: Jestin Kimmet
Requires: iOS 5.0
Size: 92.7 mb
What it is: You are given a ninja to train. Unfortunately, your ninja starts out rather clumsy. Continue reading
By Philip Durham
Platforms: Nintendo DS, PS3, Xbox 360, Windows, iOS, Android
Developer: Capybara Games, Tag Games (iOS)
Publisher: Ubisoft, Capybara Games (iOS)
Genres: Puzzle, Turn-Based Strategy RPG
Typical Game Length: I haven’t beaten it, but you can do a single battle/puzzle in 2-10 minutes depending on complexity.
Age Range: ESRB says 10+ but I’d say you could go a few years younger; I’d be comfortable letting my 8-year-old play.
Difficulty level of game concepts: The basics are pretty simple, but depending on how deep you want to dive it can get moderately complex.
NOTE: This review is based on the Windows/Steam version.
“Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes” is a puzzle game imported into the world of Might and Magic. As a fan of some of the “Heroes of Might and Magic” series games, I gave the demo a try and liked it enough to ask for the game as a gift, which I later received. I won’t dive into the Might and Magic universe in this review but will mention it is elves, humans, orcs, demons, etc. Continue reading
By: Shirley Niedzwiecki
Release Date: 7 July 2004
Directors: Antoine Fuqua
MPAA Rating: R
Cast: Keira Knightley, Clive Owen, Stephen Dillane, Stellen Skargard, Ioan Gruffudd
Running Time: 126
In efforts to bring the legend that is King Arthur from the misty realms of fantasy to a possible reality the writers for this film create soldiers that are slaves to the Roman Empire.