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Month: February 2018

LIHO is all things serene on “Fly Away With Me”

Belgian producer LIHO strikes a mellow note on “Fly Away With Me,” his latest future bass dazzler. Calming samples of birds chirping add an organic element to sweeping cinematic synths and a soulful bass line. “When making ‘Fly Away With Me’ I wanted to create something emotional, but playful,” explains Lionel Floriani aka LIHO. That duality […] The post LIHO is all things serene on “Fly Away With Me” appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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Chrono Trigger for Android gets update, is a little less awful

Droid Gamers Chrono Trigger, one of the greatest games of all time, got a very flawed port to Android back in 2012. Slightly updated in 2014, the game just recently got a complete set of updates that fixed a lot of issues. Many flaws remain, and reviewers are longing for a true, 1-to-1 port of the original. Chrono Trigger is one of the greatest video games of all time, for any console, of any genre, in any decade. This isn’t just us saying that.It’s practically set in stone by the gaming community. You can imagine if the game got messed with in any capacity, there would be a lot of angry nerds. It would be like the Special Editions of the original Star Wars trilogy all over again. That’s exactly what publisher Square Enix did in 2012, when it released a port of Chrono Trigger to Android phones via the Google Play Store. It was, shall we say, not too well received. Editor’s Pick 5 best Nintendo DS emulators for Android The Nintendo DS is among the most popular handheld consoles of all time. Its iconic value is right up there with that of the Game Boy and the PSP. There were some amazing games for … Poor sound, forced aspect ratios, a hard-to-read font, and little-to-no support for gamepads were the chief complaints from reviewers when the 2012 port popped up...

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ZAXX pushes sonic boundaries, debuts own vocals on “Belong”

20-year-old production luminary ZAXX presents his first single of 2018, the multifaceted “Belong.” The single marks Greg Zaccagnino (ZAXX)’s first foray into incorporating his own vocals, and it’s a strong stylistic move.  Kicking off on a wistfully serene downtempo note, “Belong” demonstrates a myriad of tempos and moods in under four minutes. ZAXX wastes little time before […] The post ZAXX pushes sonic boundaries, debuts own vocals on “Belong” appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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'Part Time UFO' Review – It Works Hard for Its Money

For many years, mobile gamers dreamed the impossible dream of having Nintendo games on their platform of choice. When that dream finally, improbably, came true, it didn’t come in the form that many of those players had hoped for. There are a lot of factors to consider when thinking about why Nintendo’s mobile efforts are what they are, but regardless of the why, the fact remains that they’re not quite the same as what the company puts out on its own hardware. Well, HAL Laboratory isn’t Nintendo, but they’re quite close in a lot of ways. If you were one of those people looking for a Nintendo-like experience on your mobile device, you may find that HAL’s latest release, Part Time UFO [$3.99], scratches the itch nicely. HAL Laboratory did have a life before Nintendo, primarily making games for computers such as the Commodore VIC-20 and the MSX. But it’s best known for its work that came out of its partnership with the console giant. Games like Kirby’s Dream Land, EarthBound, Super Smash Bros., and Pokemon Snap were all developed hand-in-hand with Nintendo, and wunderkind programmer and once-head of HAL Laboratory, Satoru Iwata, eventually became Nintendo’s president. It’s a little strange to see HAL doing work on non-Nintendo platforms again, but I suppose if even Nintendo itself is doing it, it’s not that strange. Most of HAL’s games since...

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Improve Your Online Sales Strategy with Sellfy Pro

If you’ve come up with a winning digital product then congratulations, you’re already more of a creative than most of us. No sarcasm implied, and only a touch of jealousy. Now it’s time to start watching the money roll in, but how are you going to sell your product? Here are some ideas: Stick it on eBay with 90% of the worlds tat; Pay a techy-type half your profits to build and manage an online store for you; or Spend dozens of hours learning to build your own online store, then panic when it starts quoting prices in gold coins (return to idea no.2). Here’s a better idea: Sellfy Pro. Sellfy is a personalised online storefront for your digital wares which can be up and running in just minutes. We’re throwing some light on it today because right now you can sign up for a fixed fee as low as $29.99. ‘An affordable and beautiful storefront for selling digital products to an established audience.‘ 4.6/5 Stars – Ecommerce Platforms Ok full disclosure, there’s also a transaction charge of 2% when you make a sale. Mind you, that’s peanuts compared to the costs of having your own store set up. And while you may be paying peanuts, you’re not getting monkeys. Sellfy Pro do everything for you, and we mean everything. Here are the highlights: Showcase your product from all the...

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