Dynamite Dan, 8 sticks of dynamite will do it…

There I was completely wasting, out of work and down... It's 1985, the month not really sure? Let's say July. Why July, well it was probably sunny in parts of the UK, like the south, you Irresistible Cockney Rebel. In London, Queen and a host of music megastars performed at Live Aid, Wembley Stadium and … Continue reading Dynamite Dan, 8 sticks of dynamite will do it…

Nabisco World, gaming, snack information and a whole lot of product placment…

Chips Ahoy! Hi kids, when you see "Ad Break" it means you are viewing a commercial message designed to sell you something. Remember, if you are under 18 years old, you should get a parent's permission before you submit any information about yourself or try to buy anything online. That's the Nabrisco disclaimer out the … Continue reading Nabisco World, gaming, snack information and a whole lot of product placment…

Blocking the imagination…

$2.5 billion dollars, enough money to buy or build a Caribbean island and live like a king/queen for the rest of your days... First written by Eliko and published back in January 2011 before Microsoft paid $2.5 billion dollars to Markus "Notch" Persson and his associates. Minecraft! In theory, Minecraft isn’t a full game. In fact, … Continue reading Blocking the imagination…

Pain! Possibly the next level…

Fun with explosives... The year was 2007 and Sony's black, glossy (George Forman) size PlayStation 3 was on the market. It was competing with Nintendo's Wii Sport's (everybody and their grandma plays) console and Microsoft's (Red Ring of Death) Xbox 360, if there really was a competition? Blu-ray versus HD DVD. Remember the Xbox 360 … Continue reading Pain! Possibly the next level…

A trip to the seaside to go and play in the arcades…

Insert coin to play... Fish and chips, candy floss, doughnuts, spelt (donuts), sticks of spearmint rock. The hustle and bustle of the promenade, the smell of salt air and cheeky seagulls. The entrances to the arcades illuminated with thousands of coloured lightbulbs, some blown. Street and shop traders selling beach balls, buckets and spades, kites, … Continue reading A trip to the seaside to go and play in the arcades…