Let’s play a game! More specifically, how about a riddle?
It’s no ordinary day, that’s for sure,
for when you arrive, there’s an airy lure
After a while, it can feel mundane, just another routine,
been there, done that: The same old scene
Our imagination springs to life, where else?
‘Wait, do I still have my belt?’
You’ve dreamt about it, thought about it, realize time is running fast,
oh, here and there would be a blast in this world so vast
My seat is comfortable, everyone around me focused and calm,
all before I sink into reality, yet my mind is stuck on Guam
The final clue is all that awaits, for it’s up to you to cope,
with that board staring back, winking at you with some entertaining hope…
Where am I?
The answer will be revealed tomorrow!
Kids, teenagers, college kids, adults Everybody rejoice!
“An app called Mario Kart Tour is set to be released in the next financial year, meaning anywhere between April 2018 and March 2019.”
–-“Nintendo is bringing Mario Kart to smartphones,” Sam Byford (The Verge)
The eternal gaming favorite Mario Kart that knows no age limit is finally expanding into the mobile space. Given Nintendo’s delayed entry into the smartphone sector for users around the world with this specific game, it begs an important question:
Will the Mario Kart experience seamlessly translate on an iPhone and/or Android phone?
That’s really the pivotal inquiry Nintendo should be concerned with answering pre-launch. Can Mario Kart be played successfully on a mobile device without gaming hiccups? Certainly, the cloud-based gaming prospects are exciting. Yes. However, again, will the quality transfer and/or even improve on our handheld supercomputers that are occasionally used as phones? What about the lack of physical buttons on smartphones? Will the size of a phone screen correctly scale the Mario Kart experience in a satisfying manner?
As a lifelong Mario Kart fan, I hope the answer to these questions is yes. Either way, I know my nephew is already planning my gaming demise in our next round of Mario Kart races and challenges.
He’s no Luigi…he’s a Mario.
Who knew that the 1987 movie Mannequin would inspire a craze in November 2016?
The latest video trend that’s spreading across the country is a freeze-framing act called the “Mannequin Challenge.” The object of this activity is to create a scene and for the participants to stand or pose perfectly still while a video camera pans the scene to capture the moment.
One thing is certain: The “Mannequin Challenge” is substantially better than planking.
While freezing time may seem like a strange diversion from productive activities, there are elements of unity and creativity between the participants. The “Mannequin Challenge,” like social media, is proving to be a fun bridge for bringing people together in entertaining and bonding fashion. There is a feeling of being a part of something bigger through the lens of something positive and lighthearted.
Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall (Mannequin stars) have to think this is pretty co-
(Sorry, I did the “Mannequin Challenge” as I was writing the last sentence)
P.S. Let’s flashback to the original mannequin and that unforgettable song…