Free Indie Video Games

I like playing good video games. I like them even more when they’re free. I recently stumbled across the Free Bundle it is a site that offers free indie video games. Most of the games are for Windows, but a few indie developers offer a Mac or Linux version. Who knows the developers maybe interested in making a Mac or Linux version if  there is enough of a demand. The current bundle is listed for a certain amount of time but not to worry the site has links to old bundles. The download links are still active for games in the old bundles. Check out the games and support indie developers. The team at the Free Bundle welcomes suggestions if you know about a great game to be added to future bundles drop them a line.

The Amazing Art Of Wakfu

Wakfu

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WAKFU Character Sheet by xa-xa-xa

Wakfu is a French strategic MMORPG/cartoon/comic book/manga worldwide multimedia experience and brand by Ankama Games. The cartoon, comics, and manga are in French, but the art speaks the universal language of color, beauty, and creativity. The art style for Wakfu and its predecessor Dofus is original and vivid. Here are 10 great examples of Wakfu art by several artists that have worked for Ankama: Continue reading

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The Old Republic Cinematic Trailer

Star Wars Old Republic

Finally a trailer with the force behind it.  This trailer was made with the Star Wars fanboy/fangirl in mind as well as the video game geek. Video game geeks and sci fi geeks don’t always run in the same circles, but The Old Republic Cinematic Trailer appeals to both fractions. It also appeals to anyone that enjoyed the Star Wars series.  There is a little something for everyone in this trailer. Continue reading

Free 70-480 Voucher

70-480

You still have time to take the 70-480 HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3
exam for free. Use this link to sign up for the free Microsoft Course and you’ll get a free voucher for the 70-480 (or Academic 72-480 and Academic IT Academy 73-480). The 70-480 exam is the first exam for the MCSD: Windows Store Apps and MCSD: Web Applications certifications.

The exam covers:

Implement and Manipulate Document Structures and Objects (24%)
Implement Program Flow (25%)
Access and Secure Data (26%)
Access and Secure Data (26%)

Sites to help you study:

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