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What’s love got to do with it?

hands“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage” – Lao Tzu

One may argue that I’m phoning it in today, and to that person, I will totally change the subject with no warning. 

I’m rolling out another set of e-crushes today, because well, there’s a lot of love to spread. 

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Healthy Gamer

Healthy Gamer – O, Captain, My Captain

It feels questionably good to be a gangsta.
It feels questionably good to be a gangsta.

“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say” – Bryant H. McGill

The Captain Hammer Project has taken a few interesting turns lately.

I guess before I go any further, I should mention that this will not be one of those posts where I turn on the lights and send the cockroaches of my insecurities scattering. I’ve got many more of those to go, and each one is a serious emotional drain. I find that making myself talk about those subjects requires a very specific frame of  mind, and not one given to splits from other topics.

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Word Morph: The cure for what ails ya.

“Games lubricate the body and the mind” – Benjamin Franklin

Chances are, if you’re one of the three people reading this, you’re interested in games. You like to play them, you like to discover new ones, you like to talk about them, you even like to design them.

We’ve got a bunch of ideas in various stages of completion, I’ve made mention here and there of the process, but today, one of them left the nest to fly on its own.

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Video Games

Oh yeah, this too.

GenCon reports still forthcoming, but I almost forgot to post this here of all places.

Did you know that some of the people behind Pretty Sneaky, Sis make games? True story. And we released our first game app “Numerologist” to the Android app store this week. So if you like Pretty Sneaky, Sis and have an Android, you should go here and buy it.

Here’s the rub. In the upper left hand corner of the screen is a target number. Below that are the numbers 1-9, 3 numbers at random and the 4 basic math functions. You have 90 seconds to come up with that target number as many ways as you can. The more complex the equation the more points it will score. You score bonus points for using every function, you score more for using every function twice, and you score more for using all 12 numbers, but beware, each number can only be used once per equation string.

Create a profile and you can compete for the top scores worldwide. Think you’re good at speed math? Put your money where your mouth is. (It’s only a dollar).

Numerologist: the math sensation that’s sweeping the nation.  

Stay tuned for future updates from Clever Monkey Games.