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Play Minecraft, raise money for charity

Anyone who visits Later Levels regularly will know I like to do my bit for charity. I’ve backed SpecialEffect since meeting their team at the EGX event in 2013 and have been involved in all sorts of activities for the organisation over the years: pub quizzes, presentations, 10K runs and volunteering days on their stand at expos. We’re currently gearing up for our 24-hour GameBlast18 … Continue reading Play Minecraft, raise money for charity

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Question of the Month: April 2018 edition

It’s time for a new Question of the Month, one which will see us attempt to answer a quandary that has been puzzling the gaming community since they first realised that Samus wasn’t a man. But first let’s find out who won March’s challenge! The winner Last month, Luke from Hundstrasse asked: I’d like to know what the best gaming crossover is, and most importantly … Continue reading Question of the Month: April 2018 edition

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Egg-cellent video games for Easter

Easter is here and we know all what the best thing about this time of year is: eggs. Cute, fluffy little chicks hatch from them; they’re used to make all sorts of cake (the ultimate food group); and the sweet variety provide chocolate for us to munch on while we’re gaming throughout the bank holidays this weekend. And not only that, they feature in some … Continue reading Egg-cellent video games for Easter

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Finding your ‘thing’: blogging motivation

Blogging can be a wonderful thing. It gives a person the opportunity to express themselves and share their opinions; it can open the door to a network of people with similar passions and interests; and it’s a great way to learn from others and refine your writing skills. No wonder it’s estimated that more than two-million posts are published every day on over 156 million … Continue reading Finding your ‘thing’: blogging motivation