Google playstore entry: Lifeline: Whiteout
Whiteout is text-based game with you (the player) tasked of helping someone survive by guiding the character through multiple decisions points throughout the game. The story starts with the player being contacted by a person over a communications protocol and could either end with a bittersweet goodbye or a life ending situation. Either way, the game is designed to make players grow fond of the character and feel some sort of a bond while playing the game. The game is also heavy on notifications so if you don’t want to get those pesky notification alerts every now and then, you can just configure Android to hide those or configure the game to use grouped notifications (found in game settings).
Whiteout is one of the installments in the Lifeline series created by 3 Minute Games LLC. Through I haven’t played the other lifeline installments, I am confident that they will also bring the same beautiful, cohesive, and enjoyable story as what I loved and enjoyed in Lifeline: Whiteout.
Just a reminder, this is a text based game and as a player you should be ready to do lots and lots of reading and use your imagination as a graphics processor. Cheers!
My personal rating: 4/5
Comment: The story could be a little longer.
Google playstore link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.threeminutegames.lifelinewhiteoutgoog
More than 4 years ago, I published a guide to free up space in Windows. I dealt mainly with Windows 7 during those days. Now after 3 iterations of Windows OS (8, 8.1, 10), I think now is the right time to update it.
Hi there! It been a while.
Today I am going to teach you how to stream and download to your favorite YouTube videos on your mobile phones easily using an app that I found in XDA – YouTube music.
So I jumped on the Windows 10 wagon. Everything was working, fast, and great but honestly its not yet polished compared to Window 8.1 (especially the One Drive. Damn. That One Drive implementation in Windows 10 is such a big regression!). There maybe some quirks on this new Microsoft baby but I will not be discussing them in this post. So right now, let’s focus on the more important part of this post…
…how to know your previous NVIDIA driver version (specially if you upgraded your Windows previous Windows installation to Windows 10).
So I recently upgraded my Z3 Compact to Android Lollipop 5.1.1. The upgrade went fine but the process of downloading the necessary files were a pain in the ass.
Why? Because downloading the firmware files using the XperiFirm is very slow (well, sometimes)!
Anyway, this post is not for me to rant about it but to teach you on how to avoid waiting for too long for the XperiFirm to download those firmware file updates. We will discuss the following topics in this post (seriously. I feel like a teacher right now):
- How to download firmware files using a download manager
- How to unpack firmware files
- How to create custom FTF files (lets assume that you wanted a pre-rooted FTF)
- How to create a flashable .zip file