Funcom announces more details around the game it is publishing as part of its agreement with Bearded Dragons International LTD. The game, ‘Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden’ is set to release in 2018 on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms.
March 10th, 2018 is:
Festival of Life in the Cracks Day
Histotechnology Professionals Day
International Bagpipe Day
International Day of Awesomeness
International Fanny Pack Day
International Wig Day
Landline Telephone Day
National Blueberry Popover Day
Pack Your Lunch Day
Salvation Army Day
US Paper Money Day
It's Mario Day!
(March 10 = Mar10 = Mario)
Turn on your volume!
Google is celebrating Mario Day (March 10th, MAR10) in style this year. Nintendo and Google have partnered up to bring Mario to Google Maps on iOS or Android. Mario Time, as Google calls it, will be available in the latest Google Maps mobile apps starting today. A new yellow “?” icon will appear next to destinations, which will enable Mario to become the navigation arrow in his kart and accompany you along your commute.
There won’t be any red shell throwing or bananas along the route, so if you’re leading the pack then you don’t need to worry about a surprise spiny shell at all. Mario will be available as a simple position marker across Google Maps worldwide for a week. There’s even a hidden Easter egg: if you tap the “?” icon 100 times you’ll hear a 1-UP sound just like in Nintendo’s games.
The Creature From The Black Lagoon Pinball Machine (1992)
Creature from the Black Lagoon is a pinball machine designed by John Trudeau ("Dr. Flash") and released by Midway (under the Bally brand name). It is loosely based on the movie of the same name. The game's theme is 1950's drive-in theater. The pinball game was licensed from Universal Studios by Bally so that all backglass and cabinet artwork and creature depictions would resemble those of the original movie.
was a 1992 fighting arcade game developed and published by Sega. The name is a portmanteau of holography and
colosseum, due to it being a fighting game created exclusively for Sega's hi-tech hologram theater cabinet, and is the second and last game created for it after Time Traveler. It was one of Sega's earliest attempts at creating a competitive fighting game along with Dark Edge, after the success of Capcom's Street Fighter II.
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Evening Gothamites! Here is one of my favorite video retrospects: a brief history of Batman centric video games! In this new year, I want to create weekly Batman evolution videos for you guys. So in the comments below, please let me know what 60 second retrospects you would like to see that celebrates the Dark Knight’s mythos! Thanks for following and we’ll have more History of the Batman soon!