We tried to survive World War I in the trenches in The Grizzled, the next game in our A-Z game shelf play-through.
We dug up bones, constructed dinosaurs, and sabotaged our fellow paleontologists in The Great Dinosaur Rush, the next game in our A-Z game shelf play-through. […]
Constellations have long been associated with astronomy – understandably, because constellations are found in the night sky, and astronomers study objects found in the night sky. However, one thing I’d like to straighten out – astronomers don’t study the constellations themselves.
We mined gold and tried to stake the best claims in Gold Digger, the next game in our A-Z game shelf play-through.
A team of scientists with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope recently released a set of gamma-ray constellations. While these constellations are not visible to our eyes, they do continue the long tradition of telling stories about groups of bright lights in the night sky. I, this video, I discuss these new (unofficial) constellations and connect them to the game Gloom.