Bellyfeel Weekly RoundupIt’s been a while since we reported on Minecraft… so lets fix that with a heart-warming story.

While on the subject of games – this article breaks down “Never Alone” and describes the importance of indigenous cultural stories in video games.

Mobile games are only growing in popularity – and  this article breaks down what could well be the future of gameplay for millions of people.

Ever wondered what your life would be like as a game, or earning rewards just for getting through the day? Enter HabitRPG.

Ah, virtual reality, is there any industry that it won’t dominate?… probably not – check out what it is doing for the game industry.

And finally check out this very exciting announcement from Valve regarding VR.

So, another season down and another year of waiting to endure… House of Cards season 3 was epic… but so too was this ‘House of Cards leak tweet’. (He’s watched them already? – K)

The war is heating up between Netflix and HBO as both compete for audience dominance… two enter, only one will leave.

Of course in the war of binge viewing there is only one winner… the audience!

Yet again, SnapChat makes it onto this week’s BRU. It’s really starting to be contender for the likes of Facebook and Twitter… and with SnapChat Stories like these, it’s easy to see why.

Factical time! And sticking to the social media theme, let’s take a look at a somewhat underrated social network.

It’s the show that cannot be stopped… Empire’s ratings are up again AND its beating Scandal’s live tweet average… is that even possible?

Is there a new kid on the block in Social TV? Maybe Twitter should watch it’s back… “Beamly” was out and about last week.

There are two things we love here at Bellyfeel… Infographics and Frank Rose… Needless to say we quite enjoyed this.

This has been a roller coaster of a story! Power Rangers to the max!

Calling all sci-fi and fantasy writers out there, this workshop is just the thing for you – if you can hack it.

And for all of you who love a good quote, here are 31 of the best about analytics and data!

And finally, ending on a similar (but brighter) note to last week, check out this fantastic tribute to Leonard Nimoy. I can’t think of any better way to live long and prosper…


“Data! Data! Data! I can’t make bricks without clay!” – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


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