Pay What You Want for the Humble “Tabletop” Digital Board Games Bundle (And Support a Charity at The Same Time!)

The latest Humble Bundle offers up to 7 digital tabletop board games worth a total value of $105 for a fraction of the price!

Some of the games included are Terraforming Mars, Slay the Spire, Armello, For The King, and more! If you want all the games featured in the bundle, you’ll have to pay $13, but for just $1.50, you’ll also get a few!

And as usual with Humble Bundles, you’ll choose where your money goes between the developers, and, if you’d like, a charity of your choice!

[The Humble “Tabletop” Digital Board Games Bundle #2]

Patrick Stewart Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions About Himself [VIdeo]

As you’ll see while watching this interview, Patrick Steward is an absolutely delighful human being, but you all already knew that, right?

“Star Trek: Picard” star Patrick Stewart takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself. How did Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen meet? Was Patrick in Harry Potter? How many awards has he won? Does he own a vineyard? Sir Patrick answers all these questions and much, much more.

[Wired]

The 2020 Mobile App Developers 7-Course Bundle (91% Off)

Take over 20 hours of beginner-friendly training to help you make bank and unleash your mobile app development and programming skills with the 2020 Mobile App Developers 7-Course Bundle. Just $29.99 instead of the suggest MSRP of $350.

What’s included in the bundle:

-iOS Application Development for Beginners
-Intro to Java for Android Development
-Kotlin for Beginners
-Android SQL Databases for Beginners
-The Complete RESTful APIs for Android Course
-The Complete Firebase Course with Kotlin
-The Complete Mobile App Development Course with Flutter

The 2020 Mobile App Developers 7-Course Bundle$350 $29.99 (91% off)

Nostalgia Overload: Visiting The World’s Oldest Surviving Video Rental Store

20th Century Flicks is the oldest video rental store in the World (It’s been running since 1982!) Its small, close-knit crew has unwittingly become custodians of the largest collection of DVDs and VHS tapes in the UK (20,000 titles,) and faces a constant struggle to adapt and survive in the age of streaming and downloading.

Directed by Arthur Cauty.

[Arthur Cauty | Via BoingBoing]