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When it comes to mobile gaming, sacrifices need to be made, or at least when you’re talking about smartphones. Sometimes, touchscreen controls just don’t work as well as an actual gamepad, and that’s where Tundra comes in. Simply put, it consists of two halves, with each one magnetically attaching to a smartphone. Once secured, you’ll only have to pair it with your device, and it’s ready to go. One size fits most smartphones, so you won’t have to do any tinkering.
Gengar first appeared in Pokémon Red and Blue before showing up in subsequent sequels, spin-off games, related merchandise, and animated as well as print versions of the franchise. Most of the merchandise is your standard action figure or plush, but Premium Bandai’s Gengar “Sleeping Companion” plush actually has a tongue large enough for you to sleep on. In the game, Gengar can lick victims with its tongue and paralyze them, although that ability won’t quite work with this plush.
What happens when you cross a Rubik’s Cube with a game console? You get WOWCube, the first game console that you can can twist, shake, and even turn. The device itself consists of eight autonomous modules combined together in a way that can be rotated (four square segments on each face of the cube), just like a Rubik’s Cube. Every single one of the autonomous modules boasts three sub-display panels mounted to its outer faces.
Always wanted a Windows 10-powered gaming PC in handheld form? If so, then the GPD Win 3 should do the trick. A top-of-the-line model features a 5.5-inch IPS (720p) display with Gorilla Glass, an Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, a 96 EU Intel Xe GPU, 16GB of LPDDR4-4266 RAM, a 1TB PCIe 3.0 SSD and support for PCIe 4.0 drives for faster read / write speeds. This means that you’ll be able to enjoy most of your favorite PC games on-the-go, even the multiplayer model if Wi-Fi is available.
The Simpsons fans rejoice! Here’s one game you’ve most certainly never seen or heard of, especially since it was originally supposed to be released for the SEGA Dreamcast. The Simpsons: Bug Squad! was discovered by a user over at the Dreamcast-Talk forums, who just so happened to stumble upon a broken Dreamcast dev kit hard drive with this game on it. User Megavolt85 didn’t just find the files, but also managed to get it running for everyone to see.