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  1. Someone from the production company got in touch with me to ask if they could use my footage of when Hamilton crashed and came close (ish) to where Leclerc was walking off. Hope it made the final cut!
  2. I’d second Heave Ho Also found Don’t Die Mr Robot DX to be surprisingly good passing the controller round and taking it in turns to complete each stage.
  3. I've been playing this for a couple of months and think it's great too. I do loads of cycling and walking, so being made to do different exercises has been good for me, and I've definitely noticed an improvement. My biggest issue is that the plank has been added as a move now and it absolutely destroys me! Also bought Fitness Boxing in the recent sale and enjoying that as well - tend to use that early morning for a quick 15/20 workout, then Ring Fit for a longer 40 min ish session at the weekend. Oh, and some of the mini games are great and my kids love them. I can't beat some of my 6 year olds scores in some of them!
  4. I taught my 6 year old how to play this over the weekend using the Lycanroc / Raichu trainer kit he got for Christmas. Massive success! Whats the best next step in terms of moving to a proper 60 card deck? I’ve had a quick look on amazon and am a bit overwhelmed with the variety of sets etc. We’re in London.... any recommendations for a good shop to take him to for picking up some more cards, maybe watching a few games?
  5. It’s taken a while, but I’ve finally achieved my 2015 new year resolution to read at least 52 books in a year! My final tally for 2019 was 58 books (I’ll put the list in a spoiler tag below), with highlights including the Alexander Hamilton biography (what a guy!); Pride and Prejudice (I cant believe it’s taken me so long to read this); Circe; Battle Mage (brilliant fantasy novel, awful cover); The First 15 Lives of Harry August (I love time travel books); and my wife’s first novel (as yet unpublished). This place has been great for picking up recommendations so thanks to everyone who posts them. I’m going to try to post more frequently in the 2020 thread this year, as I’ve only tended to do one or two big updates previously. 2019 list....
  6. Nope. I have a Kindle Voyage which I carry pretty much everywhere with me (it’s the narrowest/smallest width Kindle so fits in my back/coat pocket) and use that. Much nicer to read on that than a phone or tablet screen.
  7. I’m currently on book number 57 for the year..... all time record for me, and result of a concerted effort to read instead of browse on my phone. Have read some excellent books and must do an update before the end of year in this thread, as I always love reading what other people have been reading (and often pick up recommendations from this thread too).
  8. Highly recommend this sci fi series - particularly the first and last books.
  9. I fancied another play through of Dead Space. Started it last night. My god it’s more terrifying than I remember! Or maybe I’m just going soft in my old age.
  10. The Switch is a revelation in that all the updates I've ever had to perform take minutes - usually no more than 2 or 3 - and can be skipped if you wish. It's brilliant in that respect.
  11. I did this and it’s fine. Set your Lite to the primary account and then easy to use out and about. If your regular Switch is a secondary console then it needs to go online to check you can play each game (except for cartridge games) so not a problem if you’re at home with WiFi. You may need to manually download the latest save file if you’re moving between devices but that’s relatively quick and painless.
  12. The Lite is definitely more comfortable.
  13. Ah, my fault. I must have clicked through yesterday’s game but never pressed the final ‘confirm purchase’ button. Fell at the first hurdle! I bought it today given it was only 89p and now have Puzzle Book showing for free.
  14. Is it meant to be Puzzle Book today? Still showing as £3.59 for me.
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