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Revisiting the Game Boy Camera


Back when we were younger my brother received a Game Boy Camera and Game Boy Printer for a birthday or Christmas. It was always fascinating how we could capture and print our own photos, especially due to how uncommon and expensive digital cameras were back then. It’s now 2017 and everyone has a device capable of taking

Picross: My Recent Obsession


I adore puzzle games. From classics such as Tetris to more recent games like Pushmo and Professor Layton; I just can’t get enough. Whether it be games with simple mechanics or ones with involved, complicated rules that really make you think, there is nothing more satisfying as finally working out a puzzle after working on it

10 years and 150,000 Scrobbles Later


I signed up for Last.fm in 2006 and have just hit 150,000 scrobbles (track plays). This works out to just about 40 songs played per day, which seems like a lot to me.  During the 10 years I have been on Last.fm my music taste has changed a fair amount and I have discovered heaps of

Google Fixes Chromecast 22062 Update


An issue that has affected many Chromecast users has been fixed with the latest update (26653). The error caused the device to display a ‘brain freeze’ error, meaning that the device has more or less crashed and has to restart itself. The bug that was present since the previous 22062 update has resulted in many users

State of the Backlog – 2014


It’s the end of 2014 and what a year it has been. Not only did we get another fantastic platformer by Retro Studios in the form of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze but we also got the long awaited and highly critically acclaimed Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. Just as in the

The TottonCraft Story


A lot of time has passed since we started TottonCraft and it has now been a few months since our closure. Now is a good time as any to take a step back and reflect on the origins of the server and why we decided to keep it up for 3 years.