''Nearing its final run on Kickstarter, Black Hive Medias Kova is a curious beast. Its influences are clear to see, but not exactly feel. The 15-minute preview build does its best to showcase the fusing of various mechanics from a number of genres, but not without issue.''
Shively Sporting Goods via eBay offers two adidas Men's Climalite Shockwave 1/4-Zip Pullovers in several colors (College Royal pictured) for $27.98. Checkout with PayPal and apply coupon code "PERFECTSTART" to cut that to $22.38. With free shipping, that's $11.19 per shirt, the lowest price per-unit price we've seen, and a low now by $38. (It's also a great deal on adidas Climalite shirts in general.) It's available in select sizes XS to XL. Deal ends May 4. Note: This coupon can be used twice per PayPal account.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement to manage its first resort in the Maldives. The planned 102-unit resort, Mӧvenpick Resort & Spa Kuredhivaru Maldives, will be situated on the remote Kuredhivaru Island in Noonu Atoll, providing a desirable sanctuary surrounded by pristine natural beauty in the undeveloped northern part of the Maldives.
Dell's XPS 15 vs. Apple's MacBook Pro 15 takes its place the same epic list of rivalries as Batman vs. Joker, Red Sox vs. Yankees, and Sheldon vs. Wil Wheaton. Both laptops are intended as workhorses for professionals on the go. And although there are many competitors out there with similar specs, the XPS 15 and MacBook Pro 15 just can't let the other have the last word. So in the spirit of competition, we pitted the latest versions of both laptops in a knock-down, drag-out fight.
Shively Sporting Goods via eBay offers the adidas Men's Climalite Shockwave 1/4-Zip Pullover in several colors (College Royal/White pictured) for $13.99 with free shipping. That's tied with last week's mention, the lowest price by $22, and a great deal for an adidas Climalite shirt in general. It's available in sizes XS to XXL, although not in all size/color combinations.
OnlySP had a chance to speak with husband-and-wife duo Blake and Mandy Lowry, the respective artist and programmer of Kova, in an exclusive interview regarding the Fermi Paradox and how it has influenced development of Kova. Read on to see what they had to say!