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Andrew Edney

I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

Melissa & Doug Wooden Ice Cream Counter

Christmas is almost here, and we take a look at the Melissa & Doug Wooden Ice Cream Counter.

EPOCH Games Super Mario Blow Up! Shaky Tower

Christmas is almost here, and we take a look at the EPOCH Games Super Mario Blow Up! Shaky Tower.

Sylvanian Families Adventure Tree House

With Christmas just around the corner, you might want to take a look at the Sylvanian Families Adventure Tree House.

Review: Garmin vívofit jr. 3 Kids Fitness Tracker

Here we review the Garmin vívofit jr. 3 Kids Fitness Tracker - Black Panther edition.

Review: realme 7 5G

Here is our review of the realme 7 5G smartphone.

Liven up Your Online Festive Fun With NEW Zoom Arcade

The saviour of the season is here to brighten up everyone’s virtual festivities.

Linkee and Friends Go Live on Alexa Just in Time for Christmas

Linkee, the ultimate shout-out-the answer guessing game, is now available to play as a voice game on Alexa, along with three other fun and shouty board games.

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Review: Stories Untold

A delightfully weird horror and science fiction puzzle game.

Review: Adventures of Pip

There ain't no Pip like an 8-bit Pip. While a lot of games try to do a lot of things relatively well, it's my opinion...

Review: Biped

It’s an odd feeling, learning to walk for the first time again. Every step is clumsy, wild and unsure; with each leg flailing about...

Review: The Pathless

Some games are all about engaging the player in action, others are about immersion in the story, and a small but growing number focus much more on creating an experience based on atmosphere and unique gameplay.

Review: Projection: First Light

Greta's wild side leads her on an adventure she won't forget.

Review: Here Be Dragons

So it turns out the age of misinformation isn't quite a recent as we once thought... according to Red Zero Games at least. In...