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    That seasoned woe had pelleted in tears,<p>Some people say 2016 is the year of virtual reality. Those people aren't wrong, but we've already had the golden age of VR - the early 1990s.</p><p>Crouched ominously in the corners of cinemas, arcades, and other places you might find a battered arcade machine begging for your quarters, was the coolest VR device we've seen thus far.</p><p>A huge circular pod that could hold a single person wearing a gigantic yellow and black headset, they clutched a plastic gun at head height in a way dangerous to everyone around them, turning haphazardly to shoot at enemies only they could see.</p><p>Sure, they looked like a jerk, but they looked like they were having fun too, so you decided you wanted a go.</p><p>That was the promise of Virtuality, a company on the frontlines of the battle to get virtual reality machines into arcades in the early '90s. Founded by Dr Jonathan Waldern, the company’s machines started bringing the future to arcades in 1991.</p><p>The games actually weren't really the draw here, and to be honest most of them were awful. It was how the machines looked that got us dropping quarters, and whatever it was we used in the UK instead of quarters, into those slots.</p><p>Virtuality's pods looked incredible, the machines themselves part of the theatre and spectacle of the whole thing. Get past that and there was the promise: a virtual reality arcade machine that could take you to a magical world far far away - as long as you could ignore the noise of the crowds and the smell of stale sweat.</p><p>That stale sweat whiff is on the headset the attendant lowered over your head unfortunately. A headset that managed to be way too large for your cranium whilst also being totally unbalanced.</p><p>Turning too rapidly could give you whiplash or pull your neck muscles as you struggled to compensate.</p><p>But it still felt like the future, so you persevered. Locked into the pod, you find yourself trapped, with limited room for movement. You persevere. It's time for your five minutes of future - it’s Tron-o’clock.</p><p>A few minutes later you staggered from the pod wearily. This wasn't Tron, it wasn't even Lawnmower Man. You felt sick, and you weren’t sure whether you needed to lay down or have a quick blast on Captain America And The Avengers.</p><p>Virtuality had transported you to a magical world, but all you could do there was walk slowly around the woods while poorly animated skeletons attacked you.</p><p>You're done with VR for now.</p><p>This was a story that played out a hundred thousand times. By the mid '90s Virtuality was tanking hard, expecting the high-tech gear to distract consumers from the fact its games often lacked story, graphical power or, somewhat tellingly, gameplay.</p><p>This brings me to my point - you knew i'd make one eventually, right? As an industry we’ve learned the lessons that Viruality had to teach us.</p><p>We've even cracked movement. The pod now, could be the size of the room. The skeletons attacking you could have the full budget of a AAA blockbuster behind them.</p><p>It's time not for Virtuality, but for what Virtuality represented, to come back to life. Put a virtual reality room in the concourse of every mall, every arcade, the corner of every particularly spacious pub. Let us fly planes, float through space, or even just play our friends at pretend table tennis.</p><p>Unlike the efforts of the VR pods in the '90s, we no longer need to hide terrible games behind flashy hardware - we can deliver an intense and exciting five minute experience in virtual reality.</p><p>And that experience could, and indeed should, be delivered to anyone that's got a fiver and a bit of time to kill in Westfields on a Saturday morning.</p><p>Although you’ll probably still have to deal with the smell of stale sweat.</p>�

    �"You are entirely and wholeheartedly welcome to the loan of any book on them."<p>Brothers Ryan and Chris Campbell are nearing the end of a year-long game dev competition and experiment.</p><p>In April 2014, the two siblings set aside the same budget of $25,000 and committed to making their own separate games.</p><p>They would get a year to make their games and then six months afterwards to market it.</p><p>The most profitable game will then be deemed the "winner."</p><p>As far as I'm concerned, they're both winners.</p><p>The games look gorgeous and even if they don't play or sell as well, the two still got to spend a year learning game development.</p><p>That's something most people don't get a chance to do.</p><p>While both games are still untitled, Chris' project is a turn-based strategy for mobile based on Final Fantasy Tactics and The Banner Saga.</p><p>Ryan's game is a real-time strategy iOS game set in medieval times, with elements of tower defense.</p><p>If you're wondering how the Campbells were able to take on this endeavor, the two previously co-founded a site that SurveyMonkey.com later acquired.</p><p>You can find out more about the competition on the Battle of Brothers website.</p>

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    �&#;<p>Reckless Racing 3's intense top-down arcade racing is currently having its first sale since 2015, dropping to free for a limited time on the App Store.Reckless Racing's gameplay lives up to its namesake, as you rush through varied locales and crowded tracks, drifting around corners and along steep cliff-side roads. Aside from standard circuits, you can also test your skills on Drift tracks and during stunt-focused Gymkhana events.</p><p>Reckless Racing 3 is "a shiny and sharp racer that gets the meat of the genre right", and you can find the game on iPad and iPhone.</p>

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    "I never fancied cats much till I found the First Mate," he remarked, to the accompaniment of the Mate's tremendous purrs. "I saved his life, and when you've saved a creature's life you're bound to love it. It's next thing to giving life. There's some turrible thoughtless people in the world, Mistress Blythe. Some of them city folks who have summer homes over the harbor are so thoughtless that they're cruel. It's the worst kind of cruelty--the thoughtless kind. You can't cope with it. They keep cats there in the summer, and feed and pet 'em, and doll 'em up with ribbons and collars. And then in the fall they go off and leave 'em to starve or freeze. It makes my blood boil, Mistress Blythe. One day last winter I found a poor old mother cat dead on the shore, lying against the skin-and-bone bodies of her three little kittens. She'd died trying to shelter 'em. She had her poor stiff paws around 'em. Master, I cried. Then I swore. Then I carried them poor little kittens home and fed 'em up and found good homes for 'em. I knew the woman who left the cat and when she come back this summer I jest went over the harbor and told her my opinion of her. It was rank meddling, but I do love meddling in a good cause."These often bathed she in her fluxive eyes,�

    That is, to you, my origin and ender;<p>Tiny Archers by 1Der Entertainment is now available on iOS for 79p/99c and on Android for free.</p><p>Playing as one of three friends – a human, a dwarf, and a fairy – you have to fight against a goblin invasion. The game does as it says on the tin. You control a tiny archer and have to defend your tiny castle from tiny little goblins and trolls using tiny arrows. With 70 different levels you can use different arrows and characters to complete the increasing hordes of bad guys.</p><p>Using a mechanic similar to Angry Birds the controls are as simple as pulling the bowstring back and releasing it at the correct moment. As the enemies move toward you, timing is essential for you to take on the enemies.</p><p>Tiny Archers is out now on the App Store for 79p/99c or on Google Play for free.</p><p>Wallets will be emptied. Regrets will be had. It's the new Steam sale, and we're here with five recommendations a day to stop you wasting your money on tat you'll never actually play.</p>The Vanishing of Ethan Carter By The Astronauts - buy on PC (&pound;5.09)<p>A weird, macabre, and breath-takingly beautiful game about the disappearance of a boy in the picturesque Red Creek Valley.</p><p>The game's non linear, so you go wherever you want. And it doesn't hold your hand, so you're free to solve puzzles without big hints and tutorials. And there are no gunfights and explosions, too.</p><p>All in all, it's a much appreciated breath of fresh air.</p>Westerado: Double Barreled By Ostrich Banditos - buy on PC and Mac (&pound;7.69)<p>We recommended this game back when it came out. It's a barmy whodunit detective story set in the Wild West, where the story bends and flexes so you can progress in any way you see fit.</p><p>It doesn't matter if you kill a quest giver. Or kill everyone in town. Or just rob a bank or pull out your gun in the middle of a conversation. The story will go on.</p><p>All you need to care about is hunting down the man who killed your family, by finishing quests and getting clues about his appearance. And then shooting the hats off loads of bandits in feisty firefights.</p>LUFTRAUSERS By Vlambeer - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (&pound;1.74)<p>Ridiculous Fishing and Super Crate Box developer Vlambeer is the king of making games feel good to play. And this seven-colour shooter is no exception.</p><p>As you zip through the air, spinning around to take out baddies and dive-bombing into the ocean to kamikaze kill submarines, you'll feel like a ballet dancer. With guns. And wings. This metaphor has broken down.</p><p>Equip different ship parts - like a laser beam or an engine that's propelled by bullets or a hull that's designed to punch through enemy crafts - and the game feels completely different. Even the music changes to match your rauser make-up..</p>Sid Meier's Civilization V: Complete Edition By Firaxis Games - buy on PC, Mac, and Linux (&pound;8.47)<p>There's no better time to finally play the epic, globe-trotting, centuries-spanning turn-based strategy game Civilization V. All the content has come out (we assume) and you can get the lot for less than a tenner.</p><p>&pound;8.47 buys you the base game, the huge religion-focused Gods and Kings pack, the monstrous Brave New World expansion, loads of new nations, a bunch of map packs, and some scenarios.</p>Red Faction Guerrilla By Volition - buy on PC (&pound;2.99)<p>Did you play Red Faction Guerrilla? Because if you didn't, now would be the time to right a terrible wrong.</p><p>It's this silly, slightly nonsense game about shooting dudes on Mars. Nothing special there. But it had a crazy physics destruction system, where you could blow up every building on the planet, that no other game has matched.</p><p>Load of bad guys in a building? Lob a grenade at one of its structural walls and watch it topple to the ground. Truck full of baddies coming to get you? Drop a tower on them. It's devilishly good fun.</p>

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