As a writer it’s important to be able to take criticism. Constructive criticism can help you improve. But what about when criticism turns into personal attacks and cruel abuse? Portsmouth writer Maddie Wallace reports. In [… read more ]
Portsmouth resident Owen Devine designed Footprint, a board game to teach people about the environment, after a family game of Monopoly went wrong. Almost ten years later, he’s successfully crowdfunded for a ‘World Edition’ of [… read more ]
Maddie Wallace has had to put restrictions on her sons’ playing of the multiplayer shoot ’em up game Fortnite. Here she explains why. In our house, Fortnite was causing excessive levels of shouting, whining, arguing, swearing, [… read more ]
Anyone can spell something correctly, but it takes real skillz to spell things in Pomponian, our mother tongue. Mike Gumbrell levels up with this unique take on a North End street.
Portsmouth gamer Toxic Buddha takes on a thrilling new animated game, INSIDE, named “Best Independent Game” in the Game Critics Awards. INSIDE follows the journey of a small boy running from a series of mysterious [… read more ]
Tom Clement gets to the bottom of the rumours and speculations surrounding one of gaming’s greatest characters. Lara Croft is one of the world’s most recognisable video game characters, and 2016 marks her twentieth birthday. [… read more ]
Chad Wilkinson explores Ingress, a global augmented reality online role playing game with a keen following in Portsmouth. A mass of hooded figures form a convoy outside Portsmouth’s Guildhall. Heads and shoulders bowled forwards, shielding [… read more ]