Play the ‘2020 Game’ in 12 Glorious Minutes Instead of 12 Excruciating Months

Max Garkavyy 2020 was a lot. It started bad, got worse, and kind of just kept on going from there. 2021 is looking up, for a variety of reasons, but perhaps you haven’t properly processed the grief from the last calendar year? And if you haven’t, perhaps five minutes playing a web game will fill…Continue Reading

Pac-12 to play 7-game schedule starting in Nov.

6:57 PM ETKyle BonaguraCloseESPN Staff WriterCovers the Pac-12.Joined ESPN in 2014.Attended Washington State University.Heather DinichCloseESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined in 2007 Graduate of Indiana UniversityThe Pac-12 will play a seven-game conference football season beginning Nov. 6, the league announced Thursday.The decision, voted on by the Pac-12’s CEO group on Thursday, represents an…Continue Reading

Nationals Snap 3-Game Losing Streak with Extra Innings Win vs. Rays

Chris O’Meara/Associated PressThe Washington Nationals snapped a three-game skid with a 4-2 defeat of the Tampa Bay Rays, who still sit comfortably atop the American League East standings, in 10 innings.  After falling 6-1 to Tampa on Tuesday, the Nationals turned it around to improve to 18-29 on the season. The Rays, who at 31-18 are 3.5 games…Continue Reading

Earlier this month we told you about a cool looking upcoming game called Gun Rounds from developer Blabberf that looked to answer the question of “What if Downwell was turn-based?” Well, that’s not totally true, as by nature Downwell is a frantic shooter that probably wouldn’t work too well turn-based. However, many of the main…Continue Reading

In a moving letter on Twitter, top British gymnasts have reported that abuse in their sport is “completely normalised”. These athletes, including current Olympians and senior competitors, are uniting to speak out about the physical and psychological abuse they have experienced and witnessed in their sport. Under the hashtag #GymnastAlliance, athletes haveContinue Reading

‘Game of Thrones’ Producer Bernie Caulfield Establishes Hollywood Hills Winterfell

It’s no Dragonstone Castle or Casterly Rock, but “Game of Thrones” linchpin Bernie Caulfield has paid $3.2 million for an still-impressively fortified estate tucked into L.A.’s celebrified Outpost Estates neighborhood, property records reveal. Surrounded by tall walls and equipped with a security system, the veteran TV producer’s estate is built to easily withstand any Daenerys-led…Continue Reading