Here is a complete guide to the all of the 380+ possible combinations to date for the ever popular brain ^ puzzle game for your Android smartphone: Alchemy developed by Andrey ‘ZED’ Zaikin.
The objective of the game is simple yet highly addicting, you start out with the four basic elements: Fire, Water, Air and Earth. Then you can drag and drop the elements onto each other to create other “elements”. For example combining ‘air’ and ‘air’ will give you ‘wind’.
The combinations have a great humor to them as you progress with the game, here are some examples:
‘beatle’ + ‘beatle’ = ‘The Beatles’
‘chicken’ +’egg’ = ‘dilemma’
‘man’ + ‘vicodin’ = ‘House MD’
Here is the list of all 380+ element combinations available so far for the Alchemy Android game in alphabetical order, new combinations seem to be added frequently at the moment, so please to post a comment if you have found a combination not in our list:
Alchemy Android Game Complete Guide to all 380+ Combinations #-C
Alchemy Android Game Complete Guide to all 380+ Combinations D-G
Alchemy Android Game Complete Guide to all 380+ Combinations H-M
Alchemy Android Game Complete Guide to all 380+ Combinations O-S
Alchemy Android Game Complete Guide to all 380+ Combinations T-Z
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You probably have a plain black keyboard for your PC or a silver keyboard for your Apple. But why keep it boring and generic? Why not spice up your desktop with one of the keyboards from the list below?
The keyboards in the list are more or less useful, but one thing they all have in common is that they can replace your current keyboard in some situations. Granted you cannot write an essay with the Peregrine Gaming Glove, but then you can do something with that which you cannot do with your plain old keyboard.
The Kitty keyboard didn't make the list because you can't actually type on it, but wouldn't it look nice on your desktop?
17 girls, some as young as 14 yeas old and all from the same high school in Massachusetts, were recently called to the dean’s office for some shocking news: Pictures of all of them were found on a pornographic website along with their personal information such as their name and the name of their high school.
Now a federal investigation is underway looking into how the pictures of the 17 girls ended up on the pornographic website. The FBI is looking into whether any laws were broken when someone downloaded pictures from Facebook and put them on their pornographic website. According to former prosecutor Bill Fallon, there might not have been any illegal actions taking place as the pictures were freely available on the internet already. Continue reading
Whitney Houston died earlier this week, and it didn’t take more than a few days before the notorious Facebook scammers started taking advantage of the tragic news in order to lure people into clicking on their Facebook links.
The wording of this Facebook scam is as follows:
[video] – Whitney Houstons autopsy reveals a shocking secret that explains her death. – www.tmzdailynews10825.com – Breaking News: Coroners autopsy reports reveals a dark past and secret life which tragically led to Whitney Houstons death.
This is the wall post:
Marvin Potter, 60, (on the right), is in custody and is being charged with two counts of first degree murder. He is accused of having shot a couple that had both unfriended his 30-year-old daughter Jenelle on the social site Facebook, Johnson County Sheriff Mike Reece said Wednesday.
The problems began when Billy Payne Jr. and his girlfriend, Billie Jean Hayworth, unfriended Marvin Potter’s daughter Jenelle on Facebook. According to the police, Jenelle started to harass the couple in the time leading up the murders on January 31st. Continue reading
Google is about to start a new project called Screenwise, they have already set up a signup page – it’s not yet active for sign-ups though – from this page you can read about their new project where they want to get their users to agree on giving them access to their browsing and search behaviors online via a browser plugin for Google Chrome. Here is what Google says themselves:
Google is building a new panel to learn more about how everyday people use the Internet.
The new project is called Screenwise. As a panelist, you’ll add a browser extension that will share with Google the sites you visit and how you use them. What we learn from you, and others like you, will help us improve Google products and services and make a better online experience for everyone.
As you may remember from last week, Google announced a (rather large) change to their privacy policies and if you are a Google user you have probably noticed that they have tried to make you aware of the changes with arrows pointing to it and by redirecting you to their policy page once.
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed a suit in the Washington D.C. district court claiming that the upcoming privacy changes – which are planned to take effect March 1st – will cause “irreparable injury to EPIC and the public.” EPIC claims that the change violates a settlement agreement that Google and the FTC reached last march forbidding any privacy changes without consent from the user. EPIC wants the court to issue a temporary restraining order on Google, they also ask for a preliminary injunction compelling the FTC to enforce the settlement agreement from March last year.
The interior of Facebook data center in Prineville, Oregon
A $210 million monster data center in Prineville, Oregon has been built by Facebook. The data center has a capacity of 28 megawatts usage, this was revealed by Facebook earlier this week together with local economic development officials. The entire power usage of the whole county of Prineville was prior to this center being built only 30 megawatt, so the consumption will be doubled with this Facebook server center.
Facebook who according to the most recent rumors are preparing for their IPO to happen very soon, have built this 300,000 square foot monster, and apparently two more are on the way according to sources in the local community.
The newest version of Firefox is now available for the PC and Mac. Its newest features include a Forward button that remains hidden until you actually need it, support for full-screen APIs, and better extensions management.
The release of the extended support release (ESR) version marks the beginning of the end for Firefox’s 3.x branch which will be retired from support in April of this year.
During 2011 there was a breast cancer awareness campaing on causes, they petitioned to turn Facebook’s design pink, instead of the normal blue design, for 1 whole week to raise awareness to breast cancer world-wide.
Numerous Facebook scammers have tried to benefit from this topic since then, and recently there has been a new wave of “Pink Facebook Scams”.
The wall post of the one we found is as follows:
Switch To Pink Facebook (Limited Time!) – fbookaddons.info – Say goodbye to the boring blue profile and say hello to the new pink profile!!
The wall post looks like this: