Codey IV: Tundra Terror

 

Want to create your own animated game? You can create a game as beautiful as Tundra Terror with our Learn Game Development with Phaser course. We just released two new lessons this week that hone in on programming animation and camera effects into your games.

Animating game characters (also known as “sprites”) are key to adding an extra layer of visual vibrance to your game. Our new lesson on camera effects will teach you visual tricks like fadeout, camera shake, and much more. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to design and program an equally delightful game like Codey IV: Tundra Terror.

Credits: Codecademy via GMail

Lord Hanuman flying

 

 

Hanuman endows us with the atma-shakti or self-power through which we can realise our higher potential and accomplish what is magical. He grants us fearlessness, self-confidence, daring and boldness to attempt the impossible and succeed. – Dr David Frawley

Credits: visoka123 via GifCities and Internet Archive, Bharata Bharati, Echoes in the Mist and WordPress

That’s a long way down in Shaanxi

 

 

If you’re an adventurous tourist with a very good head for heights and preferably a small pair of feet, come say ‘ni hao’ to the Chang Kong Cliff Road in China’s Shaanxi Province. It’s thousands of feet up Mt. Huashan and is popular among hikers of a steely disposition.

Credits: Wolf Rick via B- Felipe .l., Reaction Gifs and Google+

My telly’s going smart

 

Tomorrow I’ll be taking delivery of a Toshiba 32W3863DB 32″ Smart TV. It is a flatscreen telly with Smart technology, meaning I can access the internet on it, watch YouTube videos and even use my SMARTPHONE (lol) as a remote for it. I’m getting it courtesy of AO Retail Ltd. I had bought it as a treat for myself from ao.com as my old set has a missing part lost while I moved to Ilford, so therefore it doesn’t work anymore.

Credits: amazon.co.uk via Shopping OffersTelevisions and Pinterest

Independent Mauritius at 50 – 3

 

Celebrating the beauty of our wonderful island republic. I may be an Anglo-Mauritian with roots in three countries, but I’m very proud of my Mauritian heritage, not just today, but every day.

Credits: Manoel Andreis Fernandes and Dribbble