Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Crossy Road Review

I can't say that I was a huge fan of Frogger when I was a kid. To me, it was just Crazy Climber with prettier graphics and less personality. If Frogger were to get a re-imagining for today's gaming market, it would look a lot like Crossy Road.


The controls are pretty intuitive: A simple tap to hop forward one space, swipe left to go left, swipe right to go right, and swipe down to hop back one space. Unlike Frogger, Crossy Road presents the player with randomly-generated obstacles along the way, thus making it pretty easy to get flattened or snatched by an eagle.

The best part of Crossy Road is that you can play as a number of different characters. They all have the same functional abilities, but the way they interact with their environments can be worth a laugh or two. There's something inherently funny about crossing the infinite streets of Hell as a blocky Grim Reaper.

As part of this Crossy Road review, I made a video of myself playing CrossyRoad as Bobby who seems to be some sort of British police officer. 

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Bison Cooler Review And Coupon Code

What do you look for in a five day cooler? For me, personally, I wanted one that could be used for a variety of outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, camping and hunting After doing a lot of research into the which cooler is the best outdoor cooler, I went with the 50 quart cooler from Bison coolers (formerly known as Brute Box) and have not been disappointed.

Bison coolers (also known as Brute Outdoors) offer five different roto molded coolers, and have recently introduced a 12 can and a 24 can soft cooler. I use my 50 quart Bison cooler in the outdoors all the time, especially when I'm out on a long camping trip with the family. The ice retention is far superior to any other high-end cooler that I have ever used and it sure cut down on the need for ice runs during our camping trips. Bison coolers are built true to size which means, when they say it's a 50 quart cooler, that's an honest assessment of the amount of available space. The latches on the lid of a Bison cooler ensures that you'll get a closed seal to keep the inside very cold. Some other 5 day coolers on the market have a hard vacuum suction on them which makes them very hard to open.  But, not Bison coolers. They have dual drain plugs on each side of the cooler so you can open the cooler anytime you want.

Best of all, Bison Coolers are made in the USA, so you know that when you buy a Bison cooler, you can do so with pride. Need an extra incentive? Use the following Bison Coolers coupon code to get $15 off your next purchase:  http://bisoncoolers.refr.cc/ZFHRC4K