A short clip recorded on my Android phone (no audio*) of a gameplay where I destroy Dr. T’s based at stage 6 (the max) and its level is 60. My level is 56. The battle time-limit is 4m and I finish this with 45 seconds left. The game is Boom Beach. Enjoy! For more topics […]
Pay attention to the trade-offs: How the AI cornered me and I eventually tricked it to give up its Queen while it predicted it’d get a new one anyway…which I prevented. Also, the timing of my castling was vital in order to get the upper hand and do the checkmate.
With apologies to myself 😉
With Excel’s toolbox of thousands of formulas and VBA support, it’s not out of question to be able to create games although it’s not designed for that purpose. However, not for the sake of playing, rather for experimentation and learning, I decided to present a simple form of a spin game. Game Rules Have 2 […]
In this blog, I share how to use simple data, and create some meaningful charts, even with animation and custom graphics. Along the way, I’ll demonstrate techniques to rank and spark some ideas on PowerPoint<->Excel interaction. Let’s start with the dataset. Following are the responses from a survey of 1,002 consumers from a couple of […]
In a “noisy” all-out attack by the AI, backed up into my own back line, I saw the opportunity with 1 move, but had to prepare for that final move by keeping the AI busy while fending off its checks. But I found it and it was soon over 🙂
An interesting game video between me and the AI where we had a blood bath early in the game and it had recouped its Queen, lost it again, and then betted on getting another one, but alas, it didn’t and it came down to one pawn advantage…finally only the kings remained.
Light and colors can really twist how we perceive things. Looking at the picture, most of us with normal vision will see the block#1 is darker than the block#2. However, they are actually the same exact shade of gray. The dividing horizontal shading and background colors just “incorrectly” accentuates one over the other. What happens […]
Which messaging worked better you think in each of the following situations? And why? Carwash Punchcard: Hotel Towel Reuse: