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How To Make Mud In Infinite Craft - screenrant.com

How To Make Mud In Infinite Craft

is a browser game that allows players to achieve an infinite number of results by combining four basic elements. Sometimes, the simplest things, like mud, can be the most difficult to uncover. Starting with just Earth, Fire, Wind, and Water, players will have to figure out a way to continue combining elements and reaching their desired goal.

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Andy Chalk - SteamDB's browser extension now lets you claim Steam discovery queue rewards without actually looking at your Steam discovery queue - pcgamer.com

SteamDB's browser extension now lets you claim Steam discovery queue rewards without actually looking at your Steam discovery queue

If you like collecting Steam trading cards but aren't really interested in bashing through your Steam discovery queue on a daily basis to pick them up during Steam sales, the SteamDB browser extension now makes it easy to score the reward without doing the work.

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Today's Connections Hints & Answers For July 4, 2024 (Puzzle #388) - screenrant.com

Today's Connections Hints & Answers For July 4, 2024 (Puzzle #388)

In any puzzle, there is a lot of data to go through and make use of as you attempt to solve the logic puzzle. While most of the time the puzzles involve single words, it is finding the logical thread between them that will help you solve it. With that in mind, we have some tips and tricks to help you figure out what that connection is.

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Stardew Valley Gets The Ultimate Cheat Sheet Mod To Turn You Into A Farming God - screenrant.com

Stardew Valley Gets The Ultimate Cheat Sheet Mod To Turn You Into A Farming God

It's understandable that so many players rely on guides and Wikis to navigate the massive farming RPG but with the assistance of this slick mod, leaving the game to open a browser window will be a thing of the past. Thanks to the copious amount of content added to ConcernedApe's game over the last eight years, picking it up can feel like an intimidating prospect even with its abundantly wholesome energy. While discovering its various secrets and Easter eggs can be a joy, remembering all the different interactions can be extremely difficult.

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Jeremy Laird - Chrome beats all comers in web browser drag race, never mind the memory footprint and privacy problems - pcgamer.com

Chrome beats all comers in web browser drag race, never mind the memory footprint and privacy problems

All hail Google's Chrome browser, the fastest browsing in the land. So says PC World, who just drag-raced Chrome against Firefox, Edge, Opera, Vivaldi, and Brave, with Google's uber-popular browser crossing the line first. So, Chrome is quick. But is it sleek? Hold that thought, we'll come back to it.

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Fox - Ian Evenden - TP-Link Archer AXE75 review - pcgamer.com

TP-Link Archer AXE75 review

It is the dawning of the age of Wi-Fi 7, but it's taking time to become popular and buying a Wi-Fi 6E router can be a good—and more cost-effective—way to boost your Wi-Fi speeds from Wi-Fi 5 or, heaven forbid, Wi-Fi 4. 

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Carli Velocci - ‘Hardcore’ Stardew Valley mod deletes your save if you open up guides - digitaltrends.com

‘Hardcore’ Stardew Valley mod deletes your save if you open up guides

Stardew Valley is already as challenging as you make it. But have you ever wanted it to be even worse? Well, a new mod that’s been making the rounds online could help with that.

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Jonathan Bolding - Mad with power, researcher and Minecraft fan creates a way to voxelize the whole world - pcgamer.com - New York

Mad with power, researcher and Minecraft fan creates a way to voxelize the whole world

A researcher has built a pipeline of tools to turn one of Google Maps' 3D tiles into a world of voxels in Minecraft, with the result being a surprisingly good looking and just deeply impressive process that spits out voxelized versions of the earth. Created by graduate student Ryan Hardesty Lewis at Cornell Tech in New York, the Voxel Earth technique spits out voxels that can be exported to Minecraft, a browser, or whatever it is you want to see a bit of voxelized Earth.

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Carli Velocci - iPhones and iPads are about to get their first retro game streaming service - digitaltrends.com - Eu

iPhones and iPads are about to get their first retro game streaming service

Playing retro games on iPhone and iPad is about to get even easier. As reported by Cult of Mac, Antstream Arcade, a subscription service that gives you access to over 1,300 licensed games, is making its way to iOS and iPadOS on June 27.

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