Nick Chase: A Detective Story Game Review and Discount


Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed

Matthew was lucky enough to receive a copy of the new game Nick Chase: A Detective Story to review for us.

Nick Chase, a hard-boiled Private Investigator, is in need of a job. Lucky for him, one arrives from a man known only as The Collector. Solve a variety of puzzles and find hidden clues to uncover the mystery behind the missing manuscript penned by Leonardo Di Vinci. Explore gorgeous hand drawn scenes with a gritty film noir style in this one of a kind Adventure game where everyone is a suspect!

Until November 20th, 2010 at midnight you can buy this game for yourself for only $2.49 instead of the normal $9.99 using coupon code NICK249.

Thanks, Matt, for this excellent screencast look at a fun new game!

Want to embed this video on your own site, blog, or forum? Use this code or download the video.

Save on Holiday Shopping with Griffin

Yes, it’s nearly that time of year. Heck, I know people who are already finished with their holiday shopping! . I’ve long been a fan of (and supporter for) Griffin Technology. Not only do they have a wide array of products for most of your mobile devices, the products look great and work well. I use a Griffin case and screen protector much of the time on my devices. I have excellent news for those of you who tend to buy gifts late in December. Griffin has graciously extended an excellent coupon offer to everyone in our community!

Use coupon code PIRILLO1510 when ordering from Griffin, and you will save 15% off of your entire order – AND you will receive free standard shipping! This offer runs October 1st, 2010 through December 31st 2010.

Griffin offers a wide array of products, ranging from cases and stands to power solutions and cables. One of the coolest things I have ever seen may be of great interest to you this holiday season: the Woogie. A Woogie is an adorable (and durable) solution when letting your toddler or youngster handle your mobile device.

Woogie is 50% stuffed animal (for your kids) and 50% protective case (for your iPhone or iPod touch), and 100% fun! A protective pocket velcroes shut to hold your iPhone or iPod touch secure, while a touch-through screen protector lets you choose movies, apps, or music for your child. Woogie’s built-in speaker is powered by 2 (included) AAA batteries, or you can plug in headphones (we prefer MyPhones of course). And Woogie’s six arms (or are they legs?) tuck under to prop it up for viewing, or to sit comfortably in your child’s lap.

What an awesome way to let your kids enjoy the content they want to interact with while you have the peace of mind to know your device is safe!

Don’t forget to take advantage of the great Griffin offer before the end of the year.

CA Offers Savings to Stay Safe Online

Malware is everywhere. You don’t have to download torrents or visit adult sites in order to have your computer infected. Seemingly innocent sites aimed at kids have been known to have drive-by malicious content embedded within their pages. These drive-bys install themselves silenty onto your machine to do their dirty work. There is no warning. There are no popups. You usually never even know they are there. This is why it is crucial to have a solid security foundation. CA Anti-Virus Plus Anti-Spyware is one program which can help you stay safe.

In order to help you keep your information and data safe, CA is offering a fantastic deal on their software until October 5th. If you use coupon code FGS7156 during checkout, you will save 40% off of the normal retail price on CA Anti-Virus Plus Anti-Spyware 2-Year protection for up to 3 PCs.

If that offer doesn’t suit your needs, CA has graciously offered up a few others:

CA has something for everyone, and now is the time to make sure that your information and identity stays safe.

How to Save Money Online with Group Coupon Sites – Tippr


Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed

Saving money is always a good thing, and the new group coupon sites are all the rage right now. The one I’m using is Tippr. It won’t cost you anything to sign up, and you’ll get five dollars’ credit when you join. Using this site will help you save one hell of a lot of money.

I just paid $20.00 for four movie tickets which saved me about 64% off of the normal ticket cost. That’s just insane! Yes, I will get referral credit if you sign up (in the interest of full disclosure), but YOU do, as well. That’s the beauty of it.

If we have enough people interested, I may be able to create a group coupon site for savings on software and hardware. Shoot me an email and let me know your thoughts, and we’ll see what we can do!

Want to embed this video on your own site, blog, or forum? Use this code: