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These PUMA Mirage Tech Kicks Were Inspired By EDM Shows. Here’s How You Can Win A Pair

From the fluorescent green and cornflower blue accents, to their futuristic design, these trainers are truly a sight to behold. Its statement-making colour palette is also super reminiscent of EDM shows, making it the best accessory to complete your 'fit. Have a look at this beauty: PUMA has also launched another colourway, and will be releasing additional colourways and designs for the Mirage sneaker series, so keep your eyes peeled!

today9 April 2021

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[VIDEO] This Olympics 2014 Ad Shows You The REAL WINNERS Behind Every Great Athlete

Last year, consumer goods giant P&G saw the potential in this idea, and created the “Thank You, Mum” campaign for the 2012 London Olympics The commercial “Best Job” offered a poignant look at how the mothers of Olympic athletes assisted their children every step of the way from childhood to greatness. It became a hit among consumers and critics alike. ... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today30 September 2020


A Malaysian Woman Wearing Tudung is a Playable Character in New Sci-fi Game, ‘Hyper Scape’

French video game company, Ubisoft, is going to feature a Malaysian woman as one of the characters in its upcoming science-fiction first-person shooter (FPS) game, Hyper Scape. According to the Hyper Scape fandom page, the Malaysian woman, Noor Casulink, is interestingly a champion in the game and her real name is Noor Azimah Binti Yusof, a 23-year-old who resides in Kuala Lumpur but... Click here to read the full article. […]

today14 July 2020


This M’sian Indie Game Set in the ’90s Tackles Mental Illness & Sexual Assault

source: fires-at-midnight.comStory-based games have made a comeback in recent years due to titles like The Last of Us, Death Stranding, Until Dawn, Life is Strange and Beyond Two Souls. These games have been hailed as top-selling releases due to their ingenuous story-telling and integration of the now commonly used trope, ‘The Butterfly Effect’, which is an interactive element... Click here to read the full article. Source:

today10 July 2020