Friday, February 28, 2014

Map of Azeroth in Minecraft

 

Keeping up with WoW posts, this is something I found a while ago, is the complete map of Azeroth made in a huge Minecraft map. You can browse the map from the top, just as you would do using Google Maps, but without Street View,

Azeroth

The map is huge, and I mean huge. If you’re a WoW player you already know how big the world is and how amazing this map is. Also, there is an Outland version too.

World of Warcraft First Official Infographic

WoW Infographic

We’ve seen tons of WoW inforgraphics online, from reddit to any gaming site, but actually, most data is old or based on estimations (from official data)... not anymore! Blizzard released an official Infographic of World of Warcraft.

I split the post so the main page won’t take too long to load, so just open it to see the full image.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

South Park: The Stick of Truth official gameplay

South Park: The Stick of Truth

One of the most anticipated games for me this year, South Park: The Stick of Truth, which will be released on March 4, finally has a gameplay preview, and it’s awesome. We can clearly see what the game will be like, apparently an RPG, and some information about the storyline; you need to retrieve the Stick of Truth from the elves.

The game looks great and feels great, combine that with the animations and dialogues from South Park (the series) and you get gold, GOLD.

You can pre-order this game on steam and get amazing unique content, so go do it now.

Here’s the gameplay, BTW.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Disable spell check in Chrome and Firefox

Speel Check

When using any browser, you should notice that these check your spelling as you type, just as Word did at the beginning. To some people this is useful (me), to others it not. For those who don’t like this, here’s how to disable it on Firefox and Chrome.

Firefox

This is simple, go to Options > Advanced.

Firefox options

Now uncheck the “Check my spelling as I type” and you’re free to make mistakes again.

Firefox options.

Chrome

To deactivate the spell checker, go to a text field (a field where you type), right click > Spell-checker options > Check the spelling of text fields.

Chrome

This way, you can make as many mistakes as you want, no one will judge, except maybe the NSA, but they were judging you since that video you watch a while ago.

/r/takeonestepforward: Google Street View time machine

Google Maps

Google Street is awesome, not only there is some weird stuff in there, there are also pretty cool places where you can see an enormous change in the environment by just taking a step forward. I won’t link each place, if you click the image above you can see a clear example.

At the beginning I was going to talk about that image in particular, but after a quick search I found out that there’s a complete subreddit about them! So go and check them out at /r/takeonestepforward.