Friday, 28 August 2020

 How to build a PC for under $1,000

If you have $1000 in your pocket burning a hole then you can build a pretty sick battle station. In this budget, you can build a complete PC with some of the latest components available in the market. Building a $1000 PC is actually quite simple and to make things easier, after extensive research, we’ve gathered a list of all the components that you’ll need in your $1000 monster PC that will easily run the latest games with decent fps on 4K resolution. Without any further ado, let’s get right into it. 

PC Build Under $1000: Components

Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 3600X - ($220)

  • Maximum Boost Clock - 4.2Ghz
  • Number of Cores: 6
  • Number of Threads: 12
  • Socket - AM4
AMD Ryzen 5 3600x with 6c/12t is one of the best processors in the market and it offers great value for money. This chip is really giving a tough time to its competitors over at Intel and it’s one of the best performers from AMD. These new-gen Ryzen chips are made for intense gaming but they’re also pretty good when it comes to multi-core performance.

You can get your hands on this CPU for about $220 and its main competitor, Intel Core i5 6600K that goes for around $200 falls really short when it comes to performance. Hands down, Ryzen 5 3600 offers the best value for money, and for 4K gaming, I’d definitely recommend this one.

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X offers a maximum boost of 4.2Ghz which means that you could easily overclock to get the maximum performance. Although you’ll get a stock cooler with this one, I’d recommend buying a couple more fans if you’re planning to overclock your PC.

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Motherboard - Asus ROG Strix B450-F ($130)

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  • Socket - AM4
  • Size - ATX
  • RAM Slots - 4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4-3200 MHz
  • USB 3.1 Compatibility 

In this build, we’ll be going forward with Asus ROG Strix B450-F which is ideal for this build because it is futureproofed. This mobo can support up to 64 gigs of DDR4 RAM along with support for NVMe, M.2, and USB 3.1. Asus ROG Strix B450-F features an ATX size factor that can easily fit in any mid-ATX and full tower cases. Mounting this one is also quite easy and you won’t have to drill any additional holes in your case.

The price is pretty reasonable as well and it can also support the 2nd and 3rd generations of Ryzen processors which means that all the Ryzen chips are compatible with this mobo. There are some RGB lights and an I/O shield pre-installed that adds to the beauty of this motherboard. For what it's worth, Asus ROG Strix B450-F is the best choice when building a $1000 machine.

The only downside of this motherboard is that you won’t be getting a Wifi technology with this one. Other than that, it’s an ideal motherboard. Similar motherboards in the same price range do not offer support for NVMe but this one is definitely an exception.

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Graphics Card - MSI GeForce RTX 2060 6GB ($330)

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  • VRAM - 6GB
  • Memory Interface - 192-bit
  • Temps - 65-75c
There’s no other graphics card as good as RTX 2060 when it comes to 4K gaming with a mid-budget PC. Even the AMD’s RX 5600XT is not as good as Nvidia’s RTX 2060 performance. This GPU features 6GB GDDR6 memory, a 192-bit memory interface, and a 1710 MHz boost clock. RTX 2060 is without any doubt, one of the best graphics cards available in the market that you can get your hands on.

The RTX series GPUs have really shown some exceptional performance since their debut and really given their competitors a run for their money. RTX 2060 is mainly focused on providing the users with the best video graphics but if you’re into designing and 3D rendering then this one will not disappoint you. RTX 2060 comes with a price tag of $330 but if you’re not planning to game much on it then you can always go from RX 580 or RX 570. 

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RAM - Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB (2x8) ($84)

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  • RAM Type - DDR4
  • Memory Clock Speed - 3200Mhz
  • RAM Sticks - 2x8GB
If you’re into RGB lights then Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB will serve you well. It features 16 gigs of DDR4 RAM that will be enough to open a few dozens Google chrome tabs. When it comes to gaming and 3d rendering, 16GB RAM is definitely an overkill for the time being but in the near future,16 gigs will be the minimum requirements for the modern games and programs. 

When backed with Ryzen and 2060, this 16GB RAM will be enough to run any games on 4K resolution with pretty decent fps. The glowing RGB lights on this thing is definitely the main selling point apart from their exceptional performance.

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Hard Drive - Seagate BarraCuda 2TB Internal Hard Drive HDD ($54)

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  • Size - 3.5’’
  • Spin Rate - 7200RPM
  • Warranty - 2 years
Seagate BarraCuda is one of the best and the quietest hard drive available in the market. This hard drive features a spin-rate of 7200RPM which offers the maximum performance. This 3.5’’ drive will be a good fit for your $1000 PC build. Seagate is quite famous for making the best hard drives in the town and this one is surely one of the best.

The most common problem that you have to face with hard drives is their annoying grinding sound but BarraCuda is designed to be quiet. At this reasonable price, you’ll get a 2TB storage and it is definitely more than enough. But.only a simple hard drive won’t be enough for a PC of this caliber and that’s you should also get an SSD.

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Solid State Drive (SSD) - Kingston 480GB ($55)

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  • Storage - 500Gb
  • R/W speed - Up to 500 MB/s
  • Warranty - N/A

There have been many SSDs in the market but not one of them was able to compete against Kingston 480GB SSD. This is one of the best SSD ever manufactured. Kingston 480GB is a very fast drive that will make the loading times disappear. Similarly, if you want a quick boot-up then this drive will surely come in handy.

This 500Gb SSD will definitely boost the performance of your PC but you’ll also pay a handsome price for just 500Gb storage. But, this SSD is worth every penny and a $1000 PC build won’t be the same without an SSD.

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Power Supply - EVGA 80+ Bronze 600W ($75)

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  • PSU - 600W 80+ Bronze
  • Quiet Power Supply
  • 120mm Fan Size
With this build, you’ll at least need a 500w but you should go ahead with a 600w modular PSU from EVGA. This 80+ Bronze power supply will be good enough to handle all the power consumption of your PC. And if you want to add some extra RGB lights to your PC or add some external devices down the line then this one will surely come in handy.

Keep this in mind that a PSU from a low-quality Chinese brand could ruin your whole rig and that’s why we always recommend buying a branded PSU from well-known brands. Modular PSUs are designed for gaming and they're a bit different from standard PSUs.

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PC Case - DeepCool MATREXX 55 V3 Case ($54)

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  • Size - ATX
  • Minimalist Design
  • Side-Tempered Glass
At this point, you’ll have at least $50 remaining in your pocket that you can spend on a PC case. In such a scenario, this DeepCool MATREXX 55 V3 Case is indeed one of the best choices. It features a minimalist matte-black design that looks really clean and there’s also an RGB strip at the front at well to give a professional touch to the rig.

This ATX-sized PC case will easily fit the motherboard and all the components and if you want to add some 3mm fans then there’s also some room for them. If you’re a cable modder then you’ll definitely enjoy the cable management with this one. 


These are all the components that you’ll need to build a perfect $1000 PC. If you enjoy gaming then this one will be able to handle extreme gaming on 4K display. If you’re not sure about something then feel free to ask us anything!

That's all folks! 

Saturday, 22 August 2020


Easiest Way to Set up your own Minecraft Server

There’s no doubt that Minecraft is surely the best crafting game where players from all over the world have the opportunity to craft on a huge number of terrains. Crafting the simplest things can be quite complicated and takes a lot of time but when you’re teaming up with your friends then the most challenging crafts will seem a lot easier.

There are a handful of ways that you can try to play with your friends but the best option is to set up your own server. Setting up a Minecraft server is no rocket science but if you have a week internet connection or low-spec PC then I’d recommend renting a hosting. If you have no idea where to find the best hosting for yourself then this guide will come in handy.

Looking to have a fun time with your friends? Set up your own server and enjoy crafting many unique things in Minecraft. The best thing about having your own server is that you could easily modify the settings and enhance your crafting experience. If you’re doing this for the first time and have no idea how to set up the server then our guide will make things quite easier for you.

First of all, go to the single-player option and start-off with a new world. You could easily customize the word settings from the first screen and the single-player world is spawn. Now to upload this world onto the server, go to the desktop and search of %appdata% in ‘Run.Exe’. There you’ll see a Minecraft folder. Now open the folder and look for the ‘Saves’ folder, there you will see a world that you’re currently playing in.

Compress the save world using Winrar and rename the folder to the ‘world’. Once you’ve followed all these steps then you will need a solid hosting that your server will be running in. There are many decent Minecraft hostings in the market but TechRadar’s and WhoIsHostingThis have some pretty good recommendations that you should probably check.

I’d recommend going forward with the most reliable one but it really depends on your budget. Once you’ve selected the desired hosting then you can go ahead and upload the .rar file on the hosting. The server will be live after that and you can invite your friends to play with you.

Inviting your friends to the server is actually quite easy. All you will need to do is search for ‘What’s my IP’ in the Google search bar and your IP will appear on the screen. Copy the IP and send it to your friends and then they can easily join the server.

When buying the hosting, make sure to have more slots for players if you’re going to invite a lot of friends but if you’re only playing with a handful of friends then a few slots will be more than enough.

Confused about something? Hit us up and we’ll come to the rescue.

That’s all folks!

Beginner’s Guide For Setting Up a Server in Terraria
Terraria is without any doubt, one of the most fun and adventurous multiplayer games that offers a very unique experience that many major AAA titles lack to offer. Terraria can be a bit difficult and less fun when you’re playing alone but if you have a couple of friends that are also into this excellent adventure game then teaming up with them will save you a lot of frustration.

Exploring the wild and finding the best resources will increase your chances of survival because you can craft some dangerous weapons to fight against the most fierce enemies. Terraria is surely more fun when you’re playing with your friends and for that, you must have your own dedicated server where all of your friends can play together.

Setting up a server in Terraria is actually quite simple. It might get complicated in the middle but our easy to access guide will make things quite easier for you. The first thing that you’ll need to is head to the directory folder of the games and run ‘TerrariaServer.Exe’. A window will pop-up where you can easily customize your server. For example, you can choose the world of your own choice.

If you don’t have any world map then you can easily create a new one by typing ‘n’ and a fresh cmd file will appear that will ask you to add the maximum number of players you want in the server. Note, the higher the number is the more data it will need to run smoothly. If you’re not sure if your PC can handle the server then I’d recommend going forward with paid hosting.

Once you’ve put in the numbers, the server will be live but you’ll need a few cmd commands to help you through the process. Type ‘Help’ in the batch file and a list of useful commands will appear on the screen.

Now that the server is live, open the game and click on the ‘Multiplayer’ option. From there, you will have to choose the ‘Join with IP’ option. After choosing your character, you will be asked to type the local IP address. Now you will have two options, you can either join the server by typing ‘localhost’ or your IP address which is Both of them will do the same thing and join you on the server.

For your friends, you will have to share your IP with them. There are many websites on Google that you could use to find our IP address or you could just type ‘what is my IP’ in the Google search bar. Once your friends have your IP, they could easily access your server within a few minutes.

Setting up a local server was the easy part but if you want a stable dedicated server then you’ll have to do a lot more work then just open a single file. Setting up a dedicated server in Terraria is a bit complicated but this guide will surely make things easier for you.

Tuesday, 21 July 2020

White Nights Summer 2020 - An Overview Of The Gaming Industry in San Francisco

July 21st, 2020 - White Nights Summer 2020 will provide an overview of the game industry in San Francisco and the US, delivered by Game World Observer.

The 2nd day of the global games industry conference counting more than 10.000 online attendees. The event will virtually move you to five different cities - London, Saint Petersburg, Berlin, Shenzhen, and San Francisco - introducing you to the local markets and regional ambassadors. The program of today (Tuesday) will include:

Chartboost - "Into the Kitchen of an Advertising Platform: the Ins and Outs of UA in 2020"
How do the advertising algorithms work? What makes a programmatic bidder different from an adnetwork? How can I apply bid multipliers successfully into my campaigns? What can I do when my conversion is not high? These are few of the questions that we frequently get from advertisers. In this session we'll uncover the way advertising platforms work internally so that UA managers can run their campaigns more effectively in the future.

Mixi - "Entertainment and Beyond: Key Strategies for Successful Games"
When trying to be successful in games, it is important to have a purpose beyond entertainment. Monster Strike, a worldwide top grossing mobile game, is more than just a game - it is an entertainment institution with a diverse media mix strategy. Langer Lee, Director of Corporate Planning & Strategy at mixi, will share their key strategies for success and how developers can adopt them.

Audience network by facebook - "3 Ways App Bidding is Transforming Businesses”
App bidding is marking a new era in ad monetisation thanks to the real-time, fair and transparent auctions. By removing the need to manage complex waterfalls, publishers can focus more energy on growing their business. Join us to hear how app bidding is transforming companies and how it can help you drive greater revenue, efficiency and more.

Snapchat - "A Destination for Games”
Snap Inc. is becoming a platform for new and immersive gaming experiences. Snap Games just turned one year old and during this first year more than 100 Million Snapchatters have played our games. Snap Kit, our SDK for social, brings identity and sharing to these experiences. And, the Bitmoji For Games SDK now enables Developers to bring 3D Bitmojis directly into their games, across mobile, PC and console. In this session, Pedro will share the different ways developers are leveraging our platform to build, engage and grow their audiences.

Game World Observer & Geogrify and Global Game Jam - "American Game Industry in a Nutshell”
Oleg Nesterenko as a field reporter of Game World Observer will provide a quick overview of the game industry in San Francisco and the US with Kate Edwads, CEO and Executive Director of Geogrify and Global Game Jam.

VK - "Games in Superapp”
This lecture is about future of the largest Russia and CIS social network - VK, and place of html5 games in this future. Alexander will talk about the VK Superapp and advantages, that html5 game developers can find at VK mobile gaming platform in the nearest future.

Zimad - "What You Should Do to Make Your Retargeting as Bad as Humanly Possible”
ZiMAD has prepared the worst retargeting advice there is. Step by step we’ll teach you the basics of bad retargeting. Who said retarget will get you more paying users? Do you really need to segment them? A fresh look at retargeting may generate some good ideas.

FIRESIDE CHAT - "Game Monetisation: The In-game Advertising Edition"
COVID-19 has highlighted the power of gaming not just as a form of entertainment but also its ability to connect. Because of this, it’s attracted a lot of premium brands and advertisers attention. So how can game publishers and developers use this new momentum to their advantage in terms of monetization of their IP? Charlotte Cook, Bidstack’s VP Gaming and Ronak Patel, tmwi’s Group Planning Director are sitting down with Vanessa Goff-Yu, Bidstack’s Marketing Director to talk about one form of game monetization: native in-game advertising. They’re going to take a deeper look into what attracted brands like MG Motor UK to the space and give the audience a couple of hints and tips around what game publishers and developers should be looking for in an in-game advertising partner.
Speakers: Charlotte Cook, VP Gaming, Bidstack / Ronak Patel, Group Planning Director, tmwi & Vanessa Goff-Yu, Marketing Director, Bidstack

Huuuge Games - "How To Create Great Publishing Pitch”
Choosing & approaching publisher with good pitch is hard. Many presentation we see at Huuuge Publishing are still missing crucial points which allows publisher to evaluate company & games fast. In this session we will show important steps in finding publisher & walk through Huuuge Publishing Pitch Template we ask developers to fill in. This session will be valuable for studios at any stage who are currently looking for Publishers & Investors.

Riot Games - "Forging Your Path: How to Stand out From the Crowd”
Leanne is head of Riot Forge at Riot Games, during this talk she will give an introduction to Riot Forge and present some key ideas for how your studio can stand out from the crowd in order to obtain partnerships and publishing support. Leanne will give examples of how a studio or developer, can position themselves to be the best possible candidates for collaboration. As well as give some insight into what Riot Forge is looking for next.

PANEL DISCUSSION - "Sound Design in AAA Games”
Join the panel discussion hosted by Dolby to learn the insights on creating the sound design for AAA games.
Speakers: Robert Ridihalgh, Sr. Technical Audio Director, Microsoft  / Jason Kanter, Principal Audio Lead, Avalanche Studio / Mark Petty, Audio Director, Gearbox Software  & Jay Weinland, Audio Director, EA Industrial Toys.
Moderator: Andy Vaughan, Sr. Developer Relations Manager, Dolby

SuperEvil MegaCorp - "From Vainglory to Catalyst Black : Journey to Build Next Generation Mobile Games”
Super Evil Megacorp has a rather unique positioning as a rare core game only development company. In 2014, they shocked the world with Vainglory by showing that mobile game's production value can be as good as PC or Console games. After six years of silence, Super Evil is getting ready to come back with their second title Catalyst Black, next generation battleground shooter. Taewon Yun, CBO of Super Evil, will be giving a behind the scene sneak peak on Catalyst Back's development and how they will evolve it for crossplatform future.

We wish you all a great day at White Nights Summer 2020!

White Nights Summer 2020 - An Overview Of The Gaming Industry in San Francisco

The White Nights Conference is a leading B2B event for the game industry in Europe. It gathers key companies from European countries, Russia & CIS, Asia, and the US - over 4,500 attendees per year offline and over 10,000 participants online. The main reason to attend the White Nights events - according to the visitors' feedback - is an opportunity to meet decision-makers face-to-face. You can have direct communication with any conference attendee with the help of the WN Hub, the game industry communication platform. 
This summer the White Nights Conference is going online unlocking new regions and opportunities for business networking. Is it possible to travel when the borders are closed? We say yes!
The White Nights Summer will help you do that. The conference will take place not in one, but in five different cities:

Berlin (20.07)
San Francisco (21.07)
London (22.07)
Shenzhen (23.07)
Saint Petersburg (24.07)

Each day of the show will be devoted to one of the cities.  What does it mean?
The conference will ‘travel’ around the world sharing the latest industry news and insights on those particular regions.

Events list: 
White Nights Summer 2020 – 20-24 July, 2020 (online)
White Nights Moscow – October 14-15, 2020
White Nights Berlin – January, 2021
White Nights CEO Summit Barcelona — Spring 2021

The White Nights events is a part of a business ecosystem powered by WN Media Group. It also includes such services as WN Hub, TalentsInGames.comPublisher Wanted, and Besides, one of the company's divisions is a game development studio called WN Games.

For more information: 
White Nights Summer’20 Online:
Ticket and register here:

Media contact: 
Eisvita Ziemelyte

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Here's how you can increase the storage for your PS4 using external HDDs and SSDs.
Although we live in the most advanced times in terms of technology, we are still dealing with one particular problem. There is just never enough storage. Whether it is your PC, smartphone, and even PS4, the problem is the same. Therefore we decided that today, we are going to help all console gamers out there and share some tips on how to increase PS4 storage.

How Much Space Your PS4 Really Has?

A standard PlayStation 4 comes with 500 GB of storage space on its internal hard drive, but is it all at your disposal? Not really. A total of 93 GB goes on OS, so you actually have 407 GB to store your apps and games. Now, 407 GB is still a lot, but if you're a gamer who likes to try every new game and explore them, you're definitely going to need more than that.  
There is also 1 TB version, perfect for those who don't want to bother with having to delete a game every time they want to install a new one. But some games require up to 100 GB, which makes it clear that even with 1 TB, your free storage space can disappear in no time. Games like RDR2, CODMW, and GTAV need almost 100GB of space and in this case, you’ll only own a handful of games and if we were to count the regular updates then it’s clear as a day that even 1TB storage is not enough.

Why Should You Upgrade Your PS4 Storage?

The obvious reason is, of course, to have more space for new games, without deleting some of the old ones. Investing in a faster hard drive or even SSD will increase the speed and overall performance of your PS4. HDDs and SSDs can be easily installed in a PS4 but if you want to increase the performance then I’d suggest buying an SSD. However, SSDs are quite expensive and if you don’t feel like spending a lot of $$$ then HDDs are the best option out there.
How to Increase Storage on PS4
When it comes to options you have for expanding the room, there is not a lot of them, but they are all worth considering. The easiest solution works just as well as the more complicated one, so you shouldn't worry about that. However, the price can be a determining factor for some gamers, so let's explore your options and compare them.

Getting an External HDD

This is by far the easiest solution you can pick. You can purchase any USB 3.0 hard drive to serve as external storage, but keep in mind that PlayStation 4 only supports drives up to 8 TB. All you have to do is to plug it in and format it so that it works as external storage where your games would be installed by default. Tbh, 8Tb is definitely a lot and you won’t be getting low on storage any time soon. This is one of the best options to increase the storage for your PS4 because all you will have to do is simply plug n play.

Getting an External SSD

Solid-state drive, known as SSD, became popular since they are a more durable, faster, and, therefore, more cost-effective solution. Portable SSD can help reduce loading time and boost the performance of your PlayStation. It is very straightforward to use, and it does not differ much from installing an external HDD. 
An SSD has been around for quite a while but they were not part of the previous-gen consoles. But after the PS4’s software update, the console was able to support external storage devices to increase the memory of the PS4. Moreover, SSDs are quite expensive when compared with normal HDDs but they twice as fast as an HDD and you won’t have to stare at loading screens for much longer. Having an SSD in your PS4 is definitely worth every penny. 

Replacing the Inner HDD With SSD or HDD

If you always wondered how things work or what's inside of a PlayStation 4, and you're not afraid to open it, this is the task for you. PS4 uses a 2.5-inch SATA HDD that can be found in laptops, so finding a new one won't be a problem. Here are the main steps you'll have to go through:

  • Back up the data from your PlayStation on a USB or external HDD, or upload them on a cloud if you're a PlayStation Plus member
  • Unplug all the wires and power down the device
  • Uncover the hard drive by removing the casing, but keep in mind that it is not the same for every type of device
  • Unscrew the frame holding the hard drive, pull out the caddy, and unscrew four screws that are connecting the frame and hard drive
  • Feel free to swap drives, screw back everything, and close it
  • Download the software and install it

What Is Better for Upgrading PS4 Storage, HDD, or SSD?

In terms of performance, longevity, and speed, SSD is hard to beat. But there is just one drawback, its price. Although the prices are slowly but surely going down, SSD is still more expensive than an HDD, which means that it is not available to all users. The higher the capacity, the higher are the prices. For the same amount of space, the difference in price between SSD and HDD can be double, depending on the brand. However, with an SSD, you're making a long-term investment, so carefully consider all the pros and cons and make the final verdict.

Tuesday, 26 May 2020

The Basics of LoL for New Players

League of Legends, also known as League or just LoL, is a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena). It is a team-oriented strategy game that was inspired from Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne mod, Defense of the Ancients.

League has been around for more than a decade, and now, since its release, the game has become a worldwide phenomenon, with 100 million active users tuning in to play it every month. League is among the most popular professional E-sport game to date and in this article, we’ll go over its basics in case you’re considering picking it up as well!

How does League Work?

The game takes place traditionally on a map called The Summoners Rift, where two teams are pitted against each other.

Each team's goal is to bring down the enemy’sNexus, which is located in the middle of their respective base.

Both teams have to defend their Nexus and attack their opponents simultaneously.

Although League of Legends seems to have a very simple premise, the way you reach your goal in this game canbe very difficult. This is also a factor to consider since it being a PvP game, things can get tense pretty quickly, so make sure you avoid being rude towards other players in order to avoid getting banned from LoL.

That being said, let's look at some of the most basic League of Legends mechanics before we proceed further.

Which types of champions can I choose in League of legends?

In League of Legends, each player has the option to choose from a number of Champions, all of which have different abilities and personalities.

Champions come in various classes. Some are ranged, preferring to attack enemies from a distance, or their opposites, brawlers who like to get up close with their opponents. Others are Arch Mages, who cast powerful spells in order to bring down their foes.

How do I level up my Champion in League of Legends?

There are two ways in which you can better your champion.

One is through leveling up, you gain experience by being in the area where your enemies die. Each level of experience grants you ability points, which you can then use to unlock special abilities and make your Champion even more powerful. At level 6, you can unlock your Champion’s Ultimate ability, which can grant you a major advantage during the faceoffs.

The second way to get stronger is to buy items. You can do this by using the gold that the enemies drop at the shop in your base.

Once you buy an item, it goes straight to your inventory and you immediately gain its ability and powerups.

When you start a League match, you and your team appear in the fountain, which is your base, and here, you can restore your health and buy items from the shop that I just mentioned above.

Once out of the base, you can go down three lanes, the one in the bottom is called Bot, the one in the middle is called Mid, and the one at the top is called Top.

In between these lanes, there is a jungle filled with vile monsters that you can kill to farm gold for items.

The lanes in the map are filled with powerful turrets, your half of the map has your turrets that defend your base, and the enemies’ half of the map has their own turrets that attack you when you get close enough.

You need to destroy these towers before you can target your opponent's Nexus. One-minute after the game begins, both bases at the opposite end of the map will start spawning minions indefinitely.

You need to use these minions as fodder to defeat your opponent towers and heroes. After you have destroyed your enemy's towers and gained enough levels to push enemy heroes off the map, you can target your opponent's base and destroy their Nexus. That, of course, is easier said than done.

These are the basics in League of Legends and, to compete with other players, you need to constantly improve, but we hope that this guide has given you a basic understanding of the game and prepared you enough to begin a League match.

Sunday, 22 March 2020


MADELA - A Master Class From Indie Game Developer

Madela - A third-person open-world with an amazingly crafted world and classic surroundings. The developer of Madela, Habib Alejalil did a pretty job with optimizing and overall gameplay of Madela.

 Madela is one of the first few projects of the talented Habib Alejalil and he is already making an impact in the gaming industry. 

In a wide world, you’ll play as Aiden who is the main character living in posh areas of Istanbul, Turkey. The developer made a statement that this game is based on real-life events where you’ll go through different scenarios to proceed in this game. 

Unlike some other indie developers, this game is very well-balanced and offers great value for money. It’s quite obvious that this game might have some bugs and errors that need fixing but keep this in mind that the whole project is managed by a 21-year old independent game developer.

Developing an open-world game at the age of 21 with a very tight budget can be a very difficult challenge for some but Habib Alejalil went above and beyond and made a pretty good looking game. This is not the first project of Habib Alejalil, he also worked on many different projects which also includes iOS apps and few other gaming-related projects.

There were some flaws in the initial game but the developer and co were able to fix most of the bugs and offer a smooth experience to the audience. The one thing that I didn’t like about this game was that it is very short. I mean you could end the whole thing within an hour and there’s really not much action or a solid story behind the characters. Then again, working on a tight budget will force you to compromise on a lot of things but still, the guys really delivered.

There are not many open-world games made by small-time developers because it needs a lot of hard work and dedication. Developing an open-world game at such a young age is definitely an amazing feat and I’m sure that this kid has what it takes to make it to the top leagues.

One thing that I liked the most about this game is that it is constantly getting regular updates and more content is being added to the game with each update. The developer is making sure that everything works smoothly and adding new content to keep the audience interested in the game.

The artists also did a great job of creating realistic 3D objects that are making things quite professional. I mean a FedEx van moving on the road with very smooth engine backing it is really something that you don’t expect from such indie games. 

Check out the Madela on Steam.

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