Itror (standing for In The Right Order) is a new memory game that’s been released by Markus Bodner. Players will be looking to memorize and replicate the order in which they were shown a a list of various irons, overlaying colored tiles. The game is played in rounds, with each round demanding one more icon than its predecessor, and will culminate in the final round of 35.
Day: October 15, 2015
The lack of consumer ownership of digital content has long been a precarious condition that gamers have had to accept if they wished to purchase and play their favorite software titles. Be it an unfavorable end-user license agreement (EULA) or digital rights management (DRM), corporate entities have endeavored to convey that consumers do not own digital content, but rather license the content for an indeterminate period of time, during which the rights holder can terminate said license with impunity. Don’t believe me? Here is a snippet of Rockstar Games’ lengthy EULA.