Likely one of the final Fortnite challenges you’ll tackle during season 5 week 6 is the one that requires you to blow up fishing holes at Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and near Steamy Stacks. It’s different from the quest given to you by Turk, in that you must destroy one fishing hole at each location — not three fishing holes at any location. Because of this, it will take you some time to visit all three spots. The other important thing to keep in mind is that you must first complete the challenge for destroying three motorboats before being able to start this one. You can do that by shooting the motorboats found by Sharky Shell. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be ready to blow up some more fishing holes. Here’s everything you’ll need to know about blowing up fishing holes at Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and near Steamy Stacks in Fortnite. Recommended reading: Fortnite season 5 week 5 challenge: Bury gnomes in Pleasant Park or Retail Row … [Read more...] about Fortnite fishing hole locations: Blow up fishing holes at Lazy Lake Island, Lake Canoe, and Steamy Stacks
The best thing about podcasts is that they cover everything under the sun. You can find hours of music, history, amazing science, or delightful fiction podcasts. The same is true of the best podcasts for kids. We gathered some of our favorites and broke them down by age, but you might find your elementary school-aged child enjoys the tunes in the preschool list, and teens will definitely enjoy a lot of the content in the other categories as well. While you’re here, why not also check out our pick of the best podcasts of 2021? The best podcasts for kids ages 3 and up Peace Out The perfect bedtime podcast, Peace Out features short stories designed to help kids calm down and relax. They’re guided through breathing and visualization exercises, but for younger kids, just the soothing sound of the narrator’s voice will be enough to lull them off to sleep. For older kids, this is a great introduction to meditation and mindfulness. Apple Podcasts Stitcher Planet … [Read more...] about The best podcasts for kids of any age
Following months of swirling rumors, EA has officially announced Burnout Paradise Remastered. The remaster will launch soon, too — on March 16 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Developed by Criterion Games, Burnout Paradise originally launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2008. While the game kept the high-speed, crash-fueled mechanics of its predecessors, Paradise took series to the open world. Burnout Paradise Remastered includes the base game and seven add-on packs that released post-launch in 2009: Cops and Robbers: Online game mode, redesigned police-themed cars Burnout Bikes: Roughly 10 hours of additional content and four bikes Burnout Paradise Party: Introduces group party play with controller passing mechanic Burnout Paradise Toys: Turns 10 vehicles into toy versions Legendary Cars: Four new cars Boost Specials: Two special boost-equipped vehicles Cagney: Two vehicles and new finishes, new game modes Additionally, the remastered … [Read more...] about ‘Burnout Paradise Remastered’ crashes onto consoles March 16
Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Nintendo Switch’s golden goose. It’s not surprising that the game is still attracting new players to Nintendo Switch after three years. The release of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has also kept fans interested in Breath of the Wild as it’s the closest thing to a sequel they’ve gotten. Whispers of Breath of the Wild 2 have been confirmed; however, fans have not gotten anything resembling a release date. There aren’t too many details available right now, so all we can do sit back and wonder what the next leg of Link’s journey will bring us — and what we’d like to see in a sequel. Here’s everything we want from Breath of the Wild 2. Everything we know about Breath of the Wild 2 What to do when you feel lost in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 8 games like Breath of the Wild that you should play We want the Majora’s Mask treatment After the teaser trailer was released back at E3 in … [Read more...] about 10 things we want in Breath of the Wild 2
The use of wind and water as sources of renewable energy is well-documented. But an innovative project, taking place off the coast of a remote Tasmanian island, aims to showcase a new approach that combines the best of both worlds. Created by an organization called Wave Swell Energy, it’s an experimental means of generating renewable power by harvesting wave energy pushed through an oscillating water column (OWC), or artificial “blowhole.” The movement of the air created during this process spins a turbine that produces electricity. Should the test on King Island go as planned, this approach could be used to produce energy along Australia’s southern coastline — and maybe even the United States. “An OWC is a form of artificial blowhole: A chamber with an underwater opening to the waves, an air cavern above the water in the chamber, and a small opening to [the] atmosphere,” Wave Swell Energy co-founder Tom Denniss told Digital Trends. … [Read more...] about Experimental ‘blowhole’ renewable energy could be on its way to the U.S.