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CLARC lite by Hahn Film AG / GoldenTricycle
CLARC lite by Hahn Film AG / GoldenTricycle
Lovely graphics and fluid movement. The 3D element adds a little. But for pure puzzle enjoyment not much better than many sokoban clones. In fact the 3D element can get in the way and you will unintentionally move in the wrong direction and 'die' which means you start the level again. That's fine but nothing to do with puzzling as much as making you grind through the same steps you just did before the finger slipped.
Typography Workbook: A Real-world Guide to Using T&hellip by Timothy Samara
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars argh my eyes!, 9 Jun 2012
I have a few 'Typographic' books on my shelves and this one isn't up there, no matter the other reviews. While technically it is about Typography, it is more concerned with Graphic Design and Page Layout than just being a pure Typography book. Nothing particularly wrong in that, but I think it is a slightly disingenuous title because of that. You could easily have put 'how to layout objects on a page that happened to be made up of letters' and you'd still be correct.

The book is nice and glossy but like a lot of 'design' books suffers the usual fundamental failing of being more style over content. On face value (i.e. cursory flicking through) the book is very colourful, full of… Read more
Lomography Horizon Perfekt by Lomography
At first glance this camera seems to not have a lot going for it.

1. It's bulky (weighs about the same as your average DSLR)

2. It's not digital (takes 35mm film)

3. It has a manual wind on.

4. It's fiddly to load (and you expose more film than you would normally in a 35mm camera)

5. It takes shots that are non-standard size (you get about 12 'exposures' on a 36 roll including the waste for loading) so you need to get the negatives developed manually.

6. There is no zoom.

7. There is no light metering.

8. The focal length is fixed (anything closer than about 10 inches is blurry)

9. The… Read more

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