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Samorost 2 arrives on Android as a surprise release to celebrate the game's 15th anniversary

Samorost 2 arrives on Android as a surprise release to celebrate the game's 15th anniversary

Amanita Design is probably best known for its point and click adventure game Machinarium, though Botanicula and CHUCHEL are also highly-regarded titles that offer similar gameplay. Of course, the studio started with a game called Samorost, and it has received two sequels since its 2003 browser-based release. Sadly only the third title in this quirky series has been available on Android. That is, until today. Amanita Design has just released Samorost 2 on the Play Store, and it sports improved graphics, a new save system, as well as fullscreen support, all to celebrate the game's fifteenth anniversary.

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Google celebrates Earth's 15-year anniversary

Google celebrates Earth's 15-year anniversary

Google Earth has a long and storied history — though not quite as long as the planet it depicts. The product we all know as Google earth was released on June 28th, 2005. Though we're a few weeks separated from that, Google has taken today to celebrate its formal 15th anniversary. But, in fact, Google Earth's history stretches back a little further than that.

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Google Improves Search For Its 15th Anniversary, Introduces New Comparisons, Reminder Syncing, And Cards UI For Search Results

Google Improves Search For Its 15th Anniversary, Introduces New Comparisons, Reminder Syncing, And Cards UI For Search Results

Google is 15 years old. Lets think about that for a moment: the company that has grown to have not one but two operating systems, develop self-driving cars, map much of the globe, manage most of our mail, offer an online collaborative office suite, and have a name ubiquitous enough to enter the dictionary, is younger than most of our readers. Google has only recently gone through puberty and is currently studying up for its driving exam. In the meantime, the company is also rolling out new search features that again improve the way we search online.

The first is the ability to compare and filter answers from Google's Knowledge Graph.

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