Archive

September 7, 2020

Pixel Sift Plays: Coffee Talk Part Three

You'd better hold on tight, spidermonkey...

September 1, 2020

Episode 153: Paul Kopetko (Boomerang Fu)

It's a food fight to the death in Boomerang Fu a local multiplayer brawler for six players on Switch, Xbox One and Steam.

August 26, 2020

Pixel Sift Plays: Coffee Talk Part Two

Join Daniel, Fiona and Mitch as they continue learning about the customers who enter Coffee Talk!

August 21, 2020

Aussie scientists use Minecraft to build a replica gravitational wave observatory for National Science Week

And you can visit LIGO in Minecraft yourself to learn about the physics of gravitational waves.

August 20, 2020

Pixel Sift Plays: Coffee Talk Part One

DAAAAAVE BARISTA!

August 17, 2020

Episode 152: Ashleigh Starmer-Lee (Crossy Road Castle)

Crossy Road Castle is the sequel to one of the biggest Australian games ever made and Lead Artist Ashleigh Starmer-Lee brought the colourful characters from the first game to the new multiplayer platformer.

August 13, 2020

Pixel Sift Plays: Wildfire Part Four

After all was said and done, we sure burned a lot of things in the part four of our Wildfire playthrough.

August 8, 2020

Episode 151: Julian Ball (Len's Island)

Build, fight, farm and explore in Len's Island by Flow Studio

August 4, 2020

Mainstream Episode 16: Ghost of Tsushima & Ooblets

Spring stealthily from rooftops in Ghost of Tsushima, and make pals with heaps of cute dancing critters in Ooblets

July 30, 2020

Pixel Sift Plays: Wildfire Part Three

Here kitty kitty kitty....nice kitty kitty kitty

July 27, 2020

Study of 21,000 participants finds violent video games have no significant effect on behaviour

A new study from Massey University in New Zealand that collects and combines the work of previous studies shows there is no reason to believe violent video games cause violent behaviour.

July 23, 2020

Daniel Harrison has found balance and a strong support network

Learning to externalise worries and seeking support is how you survive online according to YouTuber Daniel Harrison.