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Your daily dose of sudoku

It wouldn’t be a nice Sunday night without a little sudoku. Today, Simon tackles a puzzle (not quite a sudoku) on the theme of a chessboard! The rules are a bit long, but from what I understand it should recreate a chess game using the numbers shown in the cells.

Use a small gun to ignite a large bullet (ger)

This little gun fires a little bullet. The Slow Mo guys see if they can use said small ball to slam into the bag of a bigger ball, causing it to explode. What I liked here was the macro shot showing the small bullet denting the back casing of the other cartridge.

Tips from the Pros of GeoGuessing

I’ve seen this guy a lot. How quickly it knows exactly (more or less) where the image was taken amazes me. I wasn’t sure if there was some sort of shenanigans going on, but the man knows his stuff.

And now… More Internet stuff!

“They’ll try to Thundercrash me…”

“…but I’m better than them.”

Disco Elysium fan art

How good is Disco Elysium? Man, I wish I had more time to replay it.

Halo 2’s proximity chat was a game-changer

Try to keep quiet so the enemy doesn’t know where you were.

No laughing

Guys, this is serious. No laughing.

weekend mood

What I listen to…

Here are some Shacknews articles from this week

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Guide Editor

Hailing from the Downlands, Sam Chandler brings a bit of Southern Hemisphere flair to his work. After touring a few universities, earning a bachelor’s degree, and entering the gaming industry, he found his new family here at Shacknews as a guidebook editor. There’s nothing he loves more than creating a guide that will help someone. If you need help with a guide, or notice something wrong, you can tweet it: @SamuelChandler