Planning a trip to Sheffield’s National Videogame Museum? Here’s everything you need to know! What is it? It is the UK’s only videogame museum and opened its doors in November 2018. It was previously based in Nottingham.What’s in there?It features dozens of playable consoles and arcade machines with classics such as Space Invaders and PacMan. A selection of titles made in Sheffield including Snake Pass, Monty Mole and Gang Beasts also feature. In total, there’s over a hundred different games.READ MORE: Sheffield’s newest museum to welcome 50,000 in first year What else?The museum celebrates all aspects of videogame culture and allows people of all ages to play, learn and have a go at sharing their own ideas. Bosses hope it will attract 50,000 people to the city each year.Will I be able to play the games I play at home?As well as classics, bosses want to introduce gamers to new games. “People who have bought Red Dead Redemption 2 … [Read more...] about The National Videogame Museum in Sheffield – here’s EVERYTHING you need to know
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GOOGLE is packed with hidden tricks and games – but there's one secret that the world only just found out about. The Google.com website has a secret text adventure game that's difficult to stumble across, which is probably why it's remained hidden for so long. The game was discovered by a Reddit user called /u/attempt_number_1, who posted his findings online. He wrote: "Found a crazy Easter Egg. Search for text adventure and open up the dev console. It asks if you want to play a game." One user replied: "Holy s**t I think you're the first person to find this." Another said: "It's not listed on Wikipedia so I guess you're one of the first people to find it." The game is a simple text adventure that requires you to type out responses as actions. It's one of the oldest types of games, because they're easy to make and require very little computing heft. The mission, should you choose to accept it, is to track down all of the Google letters. So how do you find it? First load up Google … [Read more...] about Google has a SECRET game nobody knew about – here’s how to find it
GOOGLE is celebrating its 20th birthday, so to celebrate we've tracked down some of the best hidden Easter Eggs on the site. Easter Eggs are secret games or tricks that aren't always easy to find, but can be accessed straight from the Google search engine. We've uncovered 38 in total – here's the full list: Type "flip a coin" – Google will flip a coin for you Type "pacman" – you'll be able to play Pac-Man Type "roll a dice" – Google will roll a dice for you Type "do a barrel roll" – the search results page will do a flip Type "zerg rush" – a game where you have to click the dots before they destroy your results Type "once in a blue moon" – shows the frequency of blue moon occurrences Type "anagram" – you'll be asked if you meant "nag a ram" Type "define anagram" – you'll be asked if you meant "nerd fame again" Type "what is the answer to life, the universe and everything" – you'll get the number 42, a reference to the … [Read more...] about Google Easter Eggs revealed – 38 secret games, tricks and hidden jokes you can find right now
When the August 21 eclipse struck over the continental US on August 21, 2017, the spectacle was dubbed “The Great American Eclipse”.The total solar eclipse was the most watched solar event in history, with millions watching it outdoors and many more watching it online.The eclipse was the first total eclipse to appear over the US in 38 years and was the first coast-to-coast eclipse in 99 years.A whole year later and another solar eclipse is brewing on the horizon next weekend on Saturday, August 11.The August partial eclipse of the Sun will peak in the Northern Hemisphere before 11am UK time but will only be visible in certain parts of the world.So how exactly do the two brilliant solar eclipses compare?The major difference is the amount of Sun the Moon will cover two weeks from now, compared to last year’s eclipse.The August 11 eclipse is only a partial eclipse of the Sun - meaning the Moon will only obscure a small portion of the Sun.Eclipse 2018: The … [Read more...] about Eclipse August 2018: How will partial eclipse compare to total eclipse in August 2017?