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Bubble Blaster RC Toy Helicopter

The RC Bubble Blaster is a cool remote control helicopter from Bladez. It is a 3 channel rc helicopter that blows out bubbles from its backside!! We tested the Bubble Blaster rc helicopter out at The London Toy Fair back in January. It has a stylish controller that is very similar to a well known games control pad (can...

Are We Ready To Look Into The Black Mirror Once Again?

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With still no release date announced fans are getting excited?......no not excited ....prepared, that's the word I was after. Fans are getting prepared for season four of Black Mirror. The massively acclaimed hit series by Charlie Brooker is due to return to our screens via Netflix at some point this year. Now considering Season 3 arrived in October last year...

Autumn Fair 2015

Autumn Fair 2015

  Autumn Fair 2015 At the expo there were traders from around the world showcasing their latest products to buyers who have also traveled to the Autumn Fair from all over the UK, Europe and other parts of the globe. Around 30,000 buyers attend the show over the 4 days including those from key retailers such as Argos, Hamleys, Harrods, Debenhams, John...

We interviewed Sigtrap games about their new title Sublevel Zero

Clubit interview with Sublevel Zero at EGX 2015

We managed to catch up with Gary Lloyd of Sigtrap Games at EGX 2015. He chatted to us about the fantastic 6-degrees-of-freedom game 'Sublevel Zero' published by Mastertronic Games.  The gameplay is enhanced by the lovely 6DOF concept, allowing really complex battles with the players enemies! Another great feature is that of the level random generation. Due to the permadeath,...

Next Generation Sony Playstation 4 Console Announcement 20.02.2013

Sony will announce its next generation video games console tonight ( Wednesday 20th February 2013 / 20.02.2013) . Details of the 4th Playstation console will be unveiled at 11pm UK time / 6pm Eastern time / 3pm Pacific time. To watch a live video stream of the Playstation 4 (PS4) announcement click the link  www.playstation.com/meeting2013 More details and images of the...

Massive Crowds at the First Newcastle Film & Comic Con

Bumble Bee Camaro from Transformers

Last weekend we attended the first ever Film and Comic Con event in Newcastle. The 2 day Comic Con festival organised by Showmasters Ltd was held at the Metro Radio Arena and was attended by thousands of film enthusiasts and collectors. If you speak to anyone who attended Newcastles comic convention they will no doubt mention the rediculous queues to...

Great News for Meningitis Vaccine

Buy Spot it Meningitis Research Foundation Wristbands

Great news for #Meningitis – As reported in the news over the weekend all babies in the UK will soon have access to a vaccine against Meningitis B. Supporters of the MRF Meningitis Research Foundation are celebrating the good news after a long battle and campaign to get the vaccine offered to babies for free under the NHS. Meningitis is...

Android Wear & Apple iOS

iOS & Android wear photo, Google

For the first time it seems a user will be able to pair Android Wear with an iPhone. The move greatly increases the potential market for the watches and, it seems may pose a challenge to the Apple Watch. Google announced the news in a blog prior to the Ifa tech show in Berlin, where several new smartwatches will be unveiled.  "Today, Android Wear for...

Amazing Hand Carved Ice Sculptures

Amazing Ice Sculptures

On a recent trip to York in mid December we were treated to some amazing and beautifully hand carved ice sculptures as part of Yorks Ice Trail #iceart weekend. All in all there were around 30 different ice carvings scattered around famous landmarks and streets in the city as part of Yorks Ice Trail 2015. The awesome iceart ice...

Happy Day of the Dead!

Calaveritas Day of the Dead

Mexican Day of The Dead! For those of you who don't know The Day Of The Dead celebrations are a traditional Mexican holiday on the 1st and 2nd November. The focus is on praying for deceased friends and family members and to support their spiritual journey. Prior to the Spanish colonisation of Mexico during the 16th Century it is largely acknowledged...

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