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Comic: Switching Sides

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between.

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Best iPhone games

Hours of entertainment are just a download away! Check out these excellent iPhone games.

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imprint-X scratches that button-pushing itch

Tapping buttons is like popping bubble wrap - stress relieving. Imprint-X feels that way, but with mind-bending puzzles, too!

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How to use Puzzle Maker Mode in Deus Ex GO

The long-awaited Puzzle Maker mode is now available in Deus Ex GO. Create your own levels to share with others!

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The hidden history of educational gaming on the Mac

MECC is responsible for some of my fondest early memories of the Mac.

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CSR Racing 2 game guide

If you've always wanted to own a super rare sports car, CSR Racing 2 is the closest you will get without having to spend a few hundred grand.

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What you need to know about Apple TV and game controllers

Want to rock a game controller for your Apple TV games? Here's everything you need to know.

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Oakland video game museum opens "Women in Game Development" exhibit

The Oakland, Calif.-based Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (The MADE) opens a new playable exhibit entitled "Women in Game Development."

Despite its (sometimes well-deserved) reputation for being a boy's club, women developers have always played an important role in the creation of video games. Now they're being recognized by the MADE in a new exhibit that opens this weekend.

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The arctic adventure game Last Inua makes its way to the Mac for $7.99

Last Inua, a side-scrolling adventure game that was first released for the PC in December has now made its way to the Mac platform. It's now available on the Mac App Store for $7.99.

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Your typical mobile gamer today spends two hours every day face-down in a tablet

A new survey of mobile gamers conducted by the NPD Group says that they are playing, on average, over two hours a day on their devices. The survey, conducted in late 2014, indicates a 57% increase in the average play time for mobile gamers, compared to just 80 minutes a day in 2012.

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