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Pixel Noir: 16-Bit RPG Investigation Throwback

We definitely don’t see enough 16-bit RPG these days, so when something as good as Pixel Noir comes along, it makes us stand up and take notice. The game features numerous battles, investigation scenes, and classic RPG styling with cut scene motion comics for a beautifully hand-drawn experience that will provide hours of entertainment. Pixel Noir will be available for PC, Mac, iOS, PS4, Android, and Vita. Here’s the story breakdown from the Kickstarter page:  “Pixel Noir follows the story of a Private Eye, dismissed from the police force when he blew up a hospital, killing hundreds of innocent people. Read More

BrewJacket Immersion: The Smallest Fermentation Device, Ever

From the mind of genius brewmeister/inventor Aaron Walls, the BrewJacket Immersion comes, intent on making your brewing life easier with its heat-sucking abilities that draw heat from the brew without the need for a refrigerator. Simply plug the hard anodized rod down into the concoction, wrap in the insulated jacket, and set the temp at the desired setting. Walls claims that the Immersion is the smallest fermentation device on the market today, and that it “can bring your beer down to 35º F below ambient in a matter of days and hold it there for as long as it is Read More

Blue Mountain State: The Movie Directed By Thad Castle! (Not Really)

Eric Falconer and Romanski have their work cut out for them to reach the $1.5 million target goal for shooting Blue Mountain State: The Movie, but we think they can do it. As of this writing, they’re looking at more than $543,000 in funding with 23 days to go. That’s less than $1 million remaining, but the hilarious college football comedy was abruptly canceled after just three seasons — which are now available for free on Crackle — so it could go either way. If you’ve never seen this series, you really need to stream it. While I admittedly haven’t Read More

Palcohol: Powdered Alcohol For Every Occasion

If you’ve ever flavored your beverages with Splenda or Sweet-N-Low and couldn’t help feeling a little sad that it wasn’t alcohol in those little packets, then have we got good news for you. Meet Palcohol, which derives its name for being powdered alcohol that you can spritz in your water (or other beverage), instantly creating hard liquor. Think of the possibilities! You can now sneak alcohol into a movie theater or a family reunion or a blind date — any of the places and situations where you might need to get blitzed in a fix. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Read More

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7 Cable-Killing Qualities Of The Set-Top Box

The death of net neutrality was a kick in the proverbial Planters bag, but we’re still not worried about the future of the set-top box (aka media player). Big industries like cable and publishing and the music industry have a knack for moving really slow and protecting today’s profits rather than worrying about the future. While it keeps the bills paid for now, it’s not a good long-term plan, and it usually means the eventual death of the old guard. In short, cable is far, far behind the set-top box — any STB, whether it’s FireTV, Apple TV, Roku, or Read More

Cups App Gets You Deals From The Best Indie Coffee Shops

Are you sick of doing nothing but supporting the big-name coffee chains like Starbucks? Would you rather give some of that business to an independent coffee shop that makes a great cup of Joe? Cups, a new mobile application, will connect you to several indie shops throughout the New York area, offering some pretty deep discounts in the process. Cups members enjoy special deals each day, and they also get acquainted with some of the local favorites for a truly unique experience. According to the website, the company purpose is to “make it easier for thirsty New Yorkers to find Read More

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Full Metal Jacket Diary: A Memoir From Private Joker Himself

I was eight years old when my dad took me to see Full Metal Jacket in theaters. The experience was one of the most memorable of my filmgoing life. It opened with about 45 minutes of the most hilarious standup material I’ve ever heard — thank you, R. Lee Ermey — before taking an extremely dark (and expected) turn into war movie. It was like watching two great films in one, and to this day remains one of my all-time favorites. Most of its success can be attributed to director Kubrick, who seemed more at home with this material than Read More

Distiller Will Make You A Whiskey Expert In Seconds

If you are a whiskey drinker, an aspiring whiskey drinker, or simply new to the game of whiskey drinking, then you really need to get yourself to the Distiller website and/or mobile application. Other than the deep knowledge for whiskey drinking that the folks at Distiller clearly possess, they will also hook you up with a bottle that suits your fancy. As you can see from the image above, I was in the mood for an Irish whiskey with an off the charts “adventurous” rating, a party dynamic, and a moderate price of between $50 and $80. Those stipulations resulted Read More

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