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Adam Lambert’s VH1: Behind the Music sneak peak!

July 27, 2011 Leave a comment


Yay, something new/old about Adam Lambert! He’s currently writing/recording for his sophomore album, so there really hasn’t been anything to post about him. Hopefully, his fans haven’t forgotten about him (AI fans are notorious for their forgetfulness). Anyway, this is a good way of re-acquainting oneself with Adam – he gets his own VH1: Behind the Music show! (it airs on VH1 at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2011)

VH1 has released a sneak peak of the show, you can watch it online on VH1.Com (but it’s blocked internationally, so I’ve embedded a YouTube rip here for international fans! Or if you want a DL, the always dependable @terra_zephead has a HQ MP4 rip) The sneak peak is a bit too melodramatic for me (gay!gay!gay! etc), but it does feature a bonus! Kris Allen (who BTW is also currently working on his 2nd album)! 🙂

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New Game App for the Kindle – KenKen Vol. 1 Presented by Will Shortz (A Logic Puzzle for Kindle)

July 27, 2011 Leave a comment

Here’s a new game app for the Kindle!

KenKen Vol. 1 Presented by Will Shortz (A Logic Puzzle for Kindle)‘ by Gameblend Studios (the developer of the games Slingo (A Game for Kindle) and Letter Landers (An Early Reader Game for Kindle)) is available on the Amazon Kindle site for $1.99! Just click here to download!

Game Description

KenKen is a puzzle in which you combine simple math and logic to fill in a grid of numbers.

Presented by New York Times puzzle editor Will Shortz, KenKen is a challenging follow-up to Sudoku. As in Sudoku, KenKen requires that you fill in a grid with numbers without repeating a number in any row or column. In KenKen, you are also shown heavily outlined sets of squares called cages, each of which has a target number and a mathematic operator (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division). The numbers in each cage must combine to produce the target number in the cage using the mathematical operation indicated. Easy cages are made up of one or two squares and are in just one column or row. More difficult cages can cross multiple columns and rows and are made up of many squares, requiring creative thought as you figure out how many different ways you can create the target number with one operator!

KenKen Volume 1 contains 50 puzzles ranging from Easy to Expert, with grid sizes between 3×3 and 9×9. You can use the inline notes feature to help you jot down potential solutions, and if you get stuck, you can always get a hint.

Give your brain a workout and have fun with KenKen!


P.S. For those who missed getting it for free before, Hidden Expedition: Amazon (A Hidden Object Game for Kindle) by Big Fish Games, Inc. is now back, but priced at $4.99!

Be sure to check out Amazon’s Popular Kindle Games & Active Content page for a review of all the games available! And if you want to see the apps as a bestseller list, check out the Bestsellers in Kindle Games & Active Content!

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