Hello and welcome to another truly tremendous edition of the Carnival of Video Game Bloggers, hosted right here at the Carnival’s spiritual home, the Collected Writings of James Newton. Normally I devote more time here, but at the moment I’m going through a period of upheaval as I’ve recently moved to a new flat, so there’s no regular Internet access! Hopefully it won’t be too long until I can come back and update regularly, but still, there’s more than enough good content in these websites to sustain you!
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I’ve not enough time for the usual witty intro, but the posts speak for themselves. Enjoy them and come back in a month!
James Nicholls presents Another attack on Sequels and Clones | Gaming Legends posted at Gaming Legends.
Chris presents How I (Gradually) Became Less Obsessive About Playing Video Games posted at How to have more social success.
Alvaro Fernandez presents Working Memory Training from a pediatrician perspective, focused on attention deficits posted at SharpBrains, saying, “A new application of videogames: training worming memory, which usually is a key deficit in people with attention deficit.”
Once again, another top-notch Carnival from you all. Thank you for your submissions! You can enter the next carnival of video game bloggers by using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Thanks again for coming, and come by next month for another cracking Carnival of Video Game Bloggers!