Stadia needs more games like ‘Super Bomberman R Online’

Angelena Iglesia

The game’s complexity increases when you consider the various Bomberman characters. The base game comes with eight basic Bombers — White, Black, Blue, Pink and so forth — that have slightly different attributes. Black starts with level five movement speed, for instance, that can be upgraded mid-match to level eight. He can only lay a single bomb at the start of the game, though, and his maximum bomb-laying capacity is two. Red, meanwhile, starts at fire level five and can reach level eight by picking up fireball items throughout the game. On the flip-side, his movement speed starts at zero and tops out at two.

The Premium Edition, meanwhile, adds 14 characters that are loosely categorized as Attack, Speed and Unique types. They’re inspired by classic Konami properties and have unique abilities that drastically change how you should approach each match. Castlevania hero Simon Belmont, for instance, has a whip

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1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Headed To Auction

Angelena Iglesia

The majority of resto-modded classic cars we come across these days are based on muscle cars that already had performance credentials, like the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette, for example. We here at GM Authority can appreciate originality, however, which is exactly why this 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster caught our eye while recently perusing Barrett-Jackson’s website.

The custom 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster, which is heading to auction at Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming 2020 Fall Auction, is the culmination of three years of hard work by Southern California-based shop Denny’s Bowtie Restorations. The shop started out by pulling the Fleetmaster coupe body off of the chassis and giving the ladder frame underpinnings a complete overhaul, welding in new crossmembers and throwing on tubular A-arms, Wilwood lower spindles, power rack-and-pinion steering and QA1 two-way adjustable coil-overs. Out back, this rust-free Fleetmaster’s chassis also received a set of parabolic lowering springs with custom-made shackles and shocks.

Why did

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Pair these two grill gadgets for perfect results every time

Angelena Iglesia



a cellphone on a wooden surface: Pair these two grill gadgets for perfect results every time


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Pair these two grill gadgets for perfect results every time


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If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of testing grills, it’s that charcoal is the way to go. Of course, there are always exceptions to the rule. I love my electric Traeger pellet grill for set-it-and-forget-it smoking, and a propane portable grill is unarguably convenient. But when I really want to infuse food with unforgettable flavor, I use my charcoal-fueled Big Green Egg.

The biggest problem with charcoal grills is they’re not necessarily easy to use. They come with a bit of a learning curve, from lighting the briquettes or lump charcoal to setting the vents for temperature control. There are no dials or settings, so you have to adjust the amount of

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Export Maker Space will feature a blend of old-school, modern technology

Angelena Iglesia

If someone in Export has a good idea for a project, Tom Spears wants to give them the tools to make it happen.

“We want to hit all the ‘maker’ markets,” said Spears, who will open the Export Maker Space on Kennedy Avenue in the fall.

Spears has taken the former home of International Motorcars of Pittsburgh and replaced the BMWs and Mercedes with table saws and tool benches.

“My day job is a lot of staring at computers and sending emails,” said Spears, who works as an electrical engineering manager for Westinghouse. “But I work on projects all the time, and I’ve been steadily collecting equipment.”

When W.A. Hoy Construction put the space up for rental, Spears knew he’d found a spot.

“It’s perfect,” he said. “We have the bike

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A city of many parts: smart cities and ecosystems – Opinion, Orange Business Services, Smart Cities, ENTERPRISE

Angelena Iglesia

A smart city is a huge initiative. It takes massive planning, a network of the right skills and expertise, and careful execution. You can’t succeed without the right ecosystem of vendors, partners, suppliers and other stakeholders in place.

Urbanisation is a fact of modern life. Around half of the world’s population already lives in cities, generating more than 80per cent of global GDP, and urbanisation looks set to continue shaping the trajectory of global growth in unique ways.

Smart cities, with their technology-powered enhanced living and working environments, will be at the forefront of this transformation. Urban environments that leverage data and digital to create efficiencies, improve sustainability, drive economic development, and improve quality of life will become the new normal.

A smart region committed to the future

The Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) is recognised at a global level for being a hotbed of smart city projects.

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