April 2014

In the Rough

Posted: April 16, 2014 at 3:51 pm   /   Vee-Ai-Yi-Yi

By Ben Chessor The game of golf has been played for centuries, back to the days when the Scots knocked balls of sheep skin around with sticks. Today, it has changed greatly. Golfers now use finely made varieties of metal and steel clubs to hit multilayered balls around perfectly manicured courses. On Vancouver Island, however, […]

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Gaming Goes Indie

Posted: April 5, 2014 at 3:27 am   /   North V.I.

By Drew McLachlan Thirty years ago, if you wanted to create a video game, you started by clearing space in your garage. You had to make some room — for a couple Apple II’s, a BBC Microcomputer (if you were lucky), or a Tandy TRS-80 (if you weren’t). You also needed a guy who could […]

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