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Facebook Adds Unit 2 Games To Its Growing Gaming Company Collection

June 6, 2021

Crayta, free-to-play game creation, and sharing tool was developed by Unit 2 Games, which Facebook acquired today.
According to the social network, the addition will increase the number of gaming content creators.
This will make the Facebook Gaming platform more accessible to people who create, publish, and share games and experiences.
Vivek Sharma, vice president of Facebook Gaming, said, “We can now make content creation easier than ever by bringing together our team and Unit 2 Games’ technology.”
Future Facebook users will be able to create experiences in a matter of minutes without having to learn to code, and advanced creators will be limited only by their imagination.
Unit 2 Games stated that there would be no layoffs since the company is staying together.
Unit 2 Games’ vision with Crayta was to democratize game creation, empowering more people than ever before to make, play and share games, regardless of experience or background.

58 More Cases of COVID-19 in Thailand

April 3, 2021

Thailand reported 58 COVID-19 cases on April 2nd, 2021. These include 13 imported cases and 45 local infections. Since last year’s outbreak, the total is 29,947.
The spokesperson for the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration, Taweeslip Visanuyothi, announced that 42 new cases were confirmed at hospitals, and three more found through mass testing. Two cases were found at entertainment venues.
There were 20 new cases reported in Bangkok, 44 percent of the daily increase. Nineteen were Thais that were detected in hospitals, a Myanmar national was also found to be a new pandemic.
According to Taweeslip, one Bangkok infection is a Mahidol University student from the Salaya campus. This student acquired the pandemic by visiting a nightclub in the province Nakhon Pathom.
Six Thais and eight Myanmar nationals have been reported among the new cases at hospitals in Samut Sakhon, a suburb south of Bangkok.
The province of Samut Prakan, another Bangkok suburb, reported five new cases. All were Thai, three in the provincial hospitals, two in communities.
Hospital tests revealed three new cases in Nonathburi, another suburb of Bangkok. Another two Myanmar cases were found in Tak, a province near the Thai-Myanmar border. A 29-year-old Thai woman in Loei, a province that borders Laos, contracted the pandemic from a place in Bangkok that provides entertainment.
Taweeslip is concerned that all the cases have to do with entertainment places.
The 13 overseas cases came from Madagascar, Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, Finland, India, and the United States.
The 58 new classes mean that the government will continue to monitor people who are infected.
Western countries lowered their guard because vaccines were readily available.

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Xbox Games Streaming Service Goes Retro

April 3, 2021

The Xbox Cloud Gaming service adds 16 classic games to its service, following a retro gaming trend.
The Xbox Cloud Gaming service lets you stream and play certain games on your Android device.
There will be more Xbox and Xbox 360 games added to this service in the future.
These are the games that are going to be added:

  1. Viva Piñata: TIP (touch controls enabled)
  2. Viva Piñata (touch controls enabled)
  3. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  4. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  5. Perfect Dark Zero
  6. Kameo
    7, Jetpac Refueled
  7. Gears of War: Judgment
  8. Gear of War 2
  9. Gears of War 3
  10. Fallout: New Vegas
  11. Fable II
  12. Double Dragon Noon
  13. Banjo-Tooie
  14. Banjo-Kazooie
  15. Perfect Dark

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Thai Reporter Banned From Thai Parliament Building

April 1, 2021

A Thai reporter for a Japanese news agency has been banned from the Government House, the seat of the Thai parliament, for her supposed bad attitude towards the working environment.
The temporary ban resulted from an incident during a press conference conducted by Prayut Chan-o-cha. He pointed out to the reporter that her leg was towards the podium.
In Thailand, it is considered impolite to point your foot at someone.
Mrs. Natthareeya Thaveevonga, the director of the PM’s office spokesman’s office, pointed out that the reporter’s posture was abnormal. Her upper leg was elevated, leaving her foot pointing towards the podium.
According to Nathareeya, the female reporter was not temporarily banned because of her cultural faux pas. It also had nothing to do with her tough questions to the PM.
The ban actually had to do with a post that the reporter had made on social media. This post had allegedly distorted what was happening with the work environment at the Government House.
Banyong Suwapong, the chairman of the Ethics Committee of the Thai Journalists Association, pointed out that times have changed and that women can sit cross-legged with their feet pointed at somebody. However, you have to still conduct yourself properly when dealing with senior Thai officials by wearing proper attire and conducting yourself properly.
After the press conference, the Thai female reporter posted on social media that the reporters had been waiting outside the building way too long before the press conference actually began.

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