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Released in 2001, the GameCube followed the N64 and brought an impressive library of titles with it. It featured one of the best controller designs of all time (which is still used by dedicated Switch players today) but faltered due to a lack of online features and a limited launch library. 

Compared to its competitors, the Xbox and the Playstation 2, many players felt the GameCube lacked a certain something. That said, the system featured a library of fantastic games that are still worth playing today—if you can get your hands on them. 

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This list of best GameCube games are not easy to emulate or find in the wild, but if you do, they are well worth it. Also, check out our YouTube channel where we made a short video with some gameplay footage too:

Animal Crossing

Published in 2001, Animal Crossing has a strange concept: you live in a town and befriend your neighbors, pay off debt to expand your home, and live an otherwise simple, idyllic life. It’s also played in real-time, with the seasons in the real world reflected in-game. Sure, you could “time travel” by changing the clock on your GameCube, but doing so detracted from the point of the game. 

If you failed to save before turning off the console, the next time you started playing, a mole named Mr. Resetti appears and begins to yell at you. It developed a cult following that is still seen today, especially with the recent release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch.

TimeSplitters 2

TimeSplitters 2 was one of the wackiest games in the GameCube’s lineup. One of a limited number of FPS titles on the console, TimeSplitters 2 had an odd single player mode whose story consisted of ten levels centered around traveling through different time periods and stopping an evil group from destroying history. 

The true value of the game lay in its multiplayer mode, however. It offered fun on par with GoldenEye on the N64, offering levels set throughout history with weapons to match. There’s just a certain charm to rampaging through early 20th century Chicago with a laser gun. The game also features a Map Maker for you to design your own level and characters that range from a fish bowl on a robot body to a Harley Quinn lookalike.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker breaks away from the traditional formula and teams Link with a sentient boat named King of Red Lions. The world of Hyrule is submerged in water, with only scattered islands remaining. The Wind Waker also departed from the previous title in favor of a more cell-shaded graphical style. 

Super Smash Bros Melee

Considered one of the greatest video games ever created – and definitely one of the best GameCube games – Super Smash Bros Melee took the phenomena that was Super Smash Bros and launched it to a new level. Melee retained all of the characters from the original games and introduced brand-new faces, including characters from Fire Emblem—a game that had never before been released outside of Japan. 

Super Smash Bros Melee introduced new single-player gameplay elements, trophies, and multiplayer modes that helped transform it from a fun mash-up fighting game to one of the most popular competitive fighting games in history.

Super Mario Sunshine

The Super Mario series has always distinguished itself with new gameplay elements and settings in each iteration of the game, and Super Mario Sunshine was no different. Forgoing the usual stomp-and-smash gameplay in favor of the F.L.U.D.D., a backpack that shot water that could clear graffiti left behind by the Shadow Mario. 

It all takes place on the Isle Delfino, a tropical resort that Mario, Peach, and Toad are vacationing on. Super Mario Sunshine isn’t as talked about as Super Mario 64 or Super Mario Galaxy, but it’s the best Mario game on the GameCube.


Pikmin is a game that blends puzzle and real-time strategy elements together for a result that’s equal parts adorable and challenging. The game is named for the plant-like creatures known as Pikmin, beings that inhabit an unknown planet the protagonist crash-lands on. 

You take the role of Captain Olimar and must befriend Pikmin and use their unique abilities to recover parts of your spaceship before your air supply runs out. There are several different colors of Pikmin, each with different abilities to utilize to help repair the ship.

Metroid Prime

The Metroid series has been a longtime favorite of fans, but until Metroid Prime, it was always a 2D side scrolling platformer. Metroid Prime re-imagined the series as a first person shooter but held on to the same feeling as the previous games. 

Metroid Prime is exploration-heavy, with many areas locked behind doors that can only be opened once you have gotten the right ability. You take on the familiar role of Samus Aran and fight your way across the planet Tallon IV, eventually encountering old fan-favorites like Ridley and a Metroid. 

While definitely a departure from Super Metroid or any of the 2D titles, Metroid Prime remains one of the best games in the series. Even now fans eagerly await the release of Metroid Prime 4 on the Nintendo Switch, years after the first three titles.

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7 Of The Best Metaverse Games You Can Play Right Now

The term metaverse was doing the rounds long before Facebook and Microsoft entered the fray. But the gaming industry working in the blockchain and crypto space is leading the forefront. Before we begin with some cool metaverse games, let’s understand what metaverse is, how it is different, and what to expect.

What Is Metaverse?

In the metaverse you can own lands, shop, play to earn, watch concerts, and even work. The possibilities seem to be endless with creators, dreamers, and corporate behemoths trying to build an entire world from scratch. And that’s the appeal. It unlocks, literally, an entire world full of potential with a focus on new ways to play, earn, work, and do so much more.

Let’s take a look at some examples of metaverse games that are changing the way we go about our daily lives.

1. Decentraland

It has an events page where you can find and participate in ongoing events that include art exhibitions, DJ parties, and so on. You can explore as a guest or use one of the crypto wallets like Meta Mask to sign in.

Fun fact: the world’s oldest auction house, Sotheby, has opened a digital version of its London gallery in Decentraland.

2. Axie Infinity

While Decentraland wants to create a virtual city that mimics aspects of the real world, Axie Infinity takes the play-to-earn approach. Inspired by Pokemon, players collect, raise, and breed creatures called Axies and take part in PvP (player vs. player) battles with them.

Like any game, there is a point system to level up. Run by its own governance token called Axie Infinity Shards or AXS, Axie Infinity is changing the way gamers interact with the game. Players own the creatures they collect and breed and can sell them for native tokens on the marketplace to make real profit.

3. The Sandbox

Another metaverse game with a play-to-earn format, Sandbox allows users to buy land, build on top of it, then sell it on NFT marketplaces like Open Sea. You can be a creator who is building the metaverse or a player who is participating in the games created by other players or builders.

As is the norm in the blockchain gaming world, creators own digital rights to their creations, which are tradable. Their native cryptocurrency is SAND, which powers the economy, facilitating transactions like buy/sell land parcels, characters, etc.

4. Yield Guild Games

Yield Guild Games or YGG makes it possible for a group of players to participate in blockchain games remotely. The benefit is not being required to be at the same place like in the old days. They can compete for prizes, cash/tokens, and in-game assets.

You can think of YGG as the Steam (from Valve) of blockchain gaming where you can play different games like The Sandbox, Axie Infinity, and more.

YGG’s objective is to bring players together from different parts of the world so that they can win together. Because YGG is a DAO, players get to vote on important decisions, like where money is invested, which NFTs to purchase, and which games they want to play to earn rewards.

5. Mines of Dalarnia

While the graphics are nothing to write home about, and the game is in 2D, it does look promising. Maybe adding a couple of new maps and 3D worlds would spice things up.

6. Chromia

Chromia is not a game but an entire gaming studio that has created several games, including Mines of Dalarnia discussed above. Other metaverse games include My Neighbor Alice, Krystopia, and Chain of Alliance. They are also involved in some other side projects and probably won’t stop there. Expect more game launches in the future as the tech improves.

7. Gala

Gala is a blockchain gaming studio just like Chromia. The dev team has already developed and released a bunch of games like Townstar, a simulation game, and SpiderTanks, a PvP game, with few others in development. There is a store where you can buy and sell in-games items with the native token, Gala.

Gala Games was co-founded by Eric Schiermeyer, who also founded Zynga. They are currently working on creating more games and launching a mainnet of their own blockchain, GalaChain. Currently, they are deployed on Ethereum.

Look for more from some of the big name gaming studios like Roblox, Epic Games, and Tencent.

Gaurav Bidasaria

A C.A. by profession and a tech enthusiast by passion, Gaurav loves tinkering with new tech and gadgets. He dropped out of CA in the final year to follow his passion. He has over seven years of experience as a writer covering consumer tech and writes how-to guides, comparisons, listicles, and explainers for B2B and B2C apps and services. He recently started working out but mostly, you will find him either gaming or streaming.

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The Best Apps And Games Of 2023

At the end of every year, we bring you the best of the best when it comes to apps and games. In the past, we’ve bombarded you with about 10 categories of our top favorites in different posts. This time, however, we decided to skim the top and really give you the cream of the crop.

The best app of 2023

Around here, the iDB editors get hundreds upon hundreds of emails every single day and getting through them all is no small feat. When Spark arrived in the App Store, we jumped at the chance to give it a try and then jumped for joy when we found out how good it is.

Spark features a unified inbox that categorizes your emails from all of your different accounts so you can quickly triage the ones that are most important and put a pin in ones that can be taken care of later.

It also has smart notifications, so you only get pinged when important emails come through. It has lots of other awesome features, like smart search and widgets. And, it’s compatible with Apple Watch, so you can take care of emails from your wrist with just a tap. Spark is available for free.

The best game of 2023

I may not like the cold chill of the snow, but I can’t deny that a winter wonderland looks beautiful. The guys over at Snowman really know how to make the snow look enticing. They also know how to make a game that keeps you coming back for more.

Some of us are downright addicted to the game. It is an endless runner at its core, but has a lot more under the hood than you might expect. Players race down aesthetically pleasing landscapes and tap to jump. For an added bonus, you can hold your finger while in the jump to perform sweet tricks.

The runner-up apps

It’s no secret that our favorite third-party Twitter client comes from Tapbots. It offers tons of great features, while still providing the full Twitter experience that we need. Yes, we pay for each and every new version as they come out and we aren’t ashamed of ourselves. With Tweetbot 4, you get universal support, landscape mode, better mute filter customization, third-party support for syncing services, content blocker support, and more. One of our favorite features is the statistics view. You know, because we like to know how much you are paying attention to us. And, it’s compatible with Apple Watch. This app is available for $4.99.

Apple Music

This year, Apple added its streaming music service to the Music app. While the idea isn’t exactly original, the addition of Apple Music has made things seamless for those of us with an iOS and OSX ecosystem in our household. With it, you can access your own library of tunes and listen to them on all of your iOS devices, on your Mac, and even on Apple TV. Plus, the radio stations, new music section, and curated playlists are great for discovering artists and bands you didn’t even know you would like. Storing content in iCloud makes it possible for you to access everything, anywhere without having to take up space on your mobile device, too. Apple Music is available inside the Music app for $9.99 per month for individual plans or $14.99 per month for family plans with a three-month free trial.

djay Pro

Music maker algoriddim makes, arguably, the best deejay player for iOS. This year, the company launched a brand new version, built exclusively for the iPad, and designed specifically with the iPad Pro in mind. You can access songs from your Music library, plus tracks from Spotify. It has dozens of deejay tools, like beat detection, cue points, and live sampling. Plus, if you have an iPad Pro, you get a handful of features that make your mixing life complete, like keyboard shortcuts, full HD video recording, iCloud syncing of premade performances, and more. This app is available for $19.99.

This app actually came out in 2014, but it was at the very end of the year, and we think it is so good, that we decided to make an exception to our 2023 list. With Duet Display, you can turn your iPhone or iPad into a second screen for your Mac or PC. It’s more than just a second screen though. It has no lag time when working with productivity programs. That’s because it doesn’t use a wireless connection. Instead, you must have your iOS device connected to your computer via Lightning cable. Simple and brilliant. This app is on sale for $9.99.

For the first time, this year cable channels started offering content à la carte. HBO was the first to bring such a service to iTunes. For $14.99 per month (with a one-month free trial) cord cutters can experience the joys of Game of Thrones, True Detective, Silicon Valley, and more new award-winning shows. Plus, older content from shows you’ve heard about but may not have had a chance to see without a cable subscription, like The Wire, The Sopranos, and Deadwood. If that’s not enough, HBO Now also provides hundreds of first-run movies like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Horrible Bosses 2, and The Maze Runner. New content is added regularly. The app can be downloaded for free.

There are hundreds of photo editing apps on the market. Check your “Photos” folder on your Home screen and you’ve probably got at least a half-dozen. Enlight has so many editing and filter tools that you could toss the rest of them in the garbage (or, at leas removing it from your device). You can crop, skew, and refit your picture, or rework it into a painting, sketch, or add effects. You can throw a filter on top for that Instagram look. There are dozens of options for decking out your image. You won’t even miss your old photo-editing app. This app is available for $3.99.

All of us at iDB have a wry sense of humor. That’s probably why we all love that cynical, human-hating virtual assistant, CARROT. This time, she’s got control of our weather. Although, she’d never admit that it is her fault that it rained the day after you washed your car. The more you use this app, the more secrets you will unlock. Even though it’s just a weather app (don’t let CARROT know I said that), it’s practically like a game. Plus, her insult-hurling hilarity puts a smile on our face, just before we throw our iPhones at the wall. She is compatible with Apple Watch, too. This app is available for $3.99.

There are a handful of features that Apple just didn’t think we’d want on our wrist worn device, but the developers of watch OS were just plain wrong. For example, there is no Voice Memo app. There isn’t even a way to control it on Apple Watch. Well, this app fixes that problem with an app that will record right from your wrist. It also has a Complication and Glances feature for quick access on Apple Watch. So, you can simply tap your wrist and start recording at a moment’s notice. All of your recordings are automatically saved in the cloud so you can access them from any device instantly. This app is available for $2.99.

The runner-up games

We may have all cheered when iOS drifted away from the skeuomorphic design, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a soft spot in our hearts for realistic looking graphics sometimes. Shadowmatic is a good, old-fashioned spatial reasoning puzzle game, but it has this look that makes you want to cry. Imagine a nursery that hasn’t had a child in it in decades, worn from weather and empty of life. As you put these puzzles back together, by rotating pieces until they match a shape, you’ll add some color back into this broken life. This game is available for $2.99.

Another puzzle game we love takes the realism a giant step forward by being made entirely of handcrafted materials. Sets were designed using paper, cards, miniature lights, and motors. Each scene was painstakingly detailed in scale model form before being rendered into the game. Check out the free Making Of Lumino City app to find out more. It doesn’t matter how good a game looks if it is terrible to play. Luckily, Lumino City is complex, intricate, and a great brainteaser. Players explore different areas of the city, seeking a lost grandfather and helping the town get back on their feet in the meantime. This game is available for $4.99.

This year, a number of excellent survival games found their way onto iOS. Don’t Starve is our favorite of the bunch. In this game, players must spend time building a shelter from meager materials while trying to avoid starving to death and going insane from the weirdness that surrounds them. Oh, and there are also killer bees, one-eyed deer, and overly protective spiders. The level of intricacy involved in Don’t Starve is so detailed that there is even a Wiki page dedicated to its content. If you aren’t running from vicious hounds, you are befriending Warepigs and trying to keep the shadows away in the dark. This game is available for $2.99.

We’ve loved everything that Fireproof Games has given us. First, we were literally locked in a room trying to get out. Then, we got to broaden our scope with a whole house. In this version, we are able to explore an entire island. The complex, multi-layered puzzles have gotten harder, but are still linear and make sense. The graphics have improved significantly, and you get a sense of larger things. While this game isn’t an open exploration mechanic, it provides more options for the player than its predecessors. However, it maintains the original vibe, so fans of the series won’t be let down by the changes. This game is available for $4.99.

While we were all waiting impatiently for the launch of Fallout 4 (which completely disrupted our lives, incidentally) Bethesda threw us a bone and gave us a funny little SIM style game to pass the time. In this game, players are tasked with taking care of Wasteland refugees while also trying to ensure they don’t slack off. Put your Dwellers to work in the Vault in order to maintain a useable level of power, water, and food. Grow your population by building a radio station to attract refugees, or ensure the survival of the Human Race by playing matchmaker with your Dwellers. The key to survival in this world is keeping your citizens happy while they work. This game is available for free.

The Best Games Of 2023: Civilization Vi

The Best Games of 2023: Civilization VI

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The games in the Civilization series can be notoriously difficult to judge. There are so many working parts that the intricacies become overwhelming, and every time I try to describe one of the games to my friends, my explanation tends to collapse under its own weight. It doesn’t help that all of the Civilization games thus far have been great, whether they’re great at launch or they become great later on in life through expansions and DLC.Civilization VI is no different in this regard. I know that it’s a good game, but how do you start explaining the finer points of a title as deep and time consuming as Civilization VI? Do you start small and talk about the interactions between individual cities and units, or do you zoom out and focus on the global conflicts that arise as each civilization moves through the ages?

This is something I continue to struggle with, even as I write this. I suppose the best way to start is with a claim that might spark a debate: Civilization VI proves once again that the turn-based strategy series is the best in its class. If you’ve never played a Civilization game but you like the strategy genre, you owe it to yourself to check it out, and Civilization VI is the perfect place to start.

Some will tell you that Civilization V in its current form – expansions and all – is better than Civilization VI. They’re right in some sense. There are currently more civilizations to pick from in Civ V, along with more maps. Civilization VI also changes a lot of mechanics in a way that those who enjoyed Civilization V may not be comfortable with.

I would argue, on the other hand, that many of those changes are for the best. Your cities can no longer be these monolithic constructs that only take up a single tile on the world map. In Civilization VI, districts and wonders that give special bonuses need to built on the tiles surrounding your settlements, and since many of them have adjacency requirements, you’ll need to actually put a fair amount of thought into how your expand your cities.

You now also have two “technology” trees to fill in, one for science and one for culture. Of course, the Civilization series has always offered a scientific technology tree, but this is the first time we’ve seen one for culture. Civilization V took the first step in this direction with its social policies, but in Civilization VI we see the idea become fully realized. It works out wonderfully too, because it means that science and culture share a similar structure that makes it easy to plot your plan of action.

I was also pleased to see that religion was given more importance in Civilization VI. Players can now pursue a religious victory in their games, converting the world to their founded religion before anyone else can pull out a win. It was a welcome addition to a religion mechanic that felt rather tacked on in Civilization V (mostly because it was, as Civ V didn’t have religion until its Gods and Kings expansion).

One of the things that makes Civilization VI so great is that I feel it’s the most complete Civilization game we’ve received in years. Civilization V may be good now, but it’s important to remember that it felt like a relatively bare-bones game at launch. Beyond Earth had some decent ideas, but it didn’t take them far enough, and weird decisions with resource mechanics limited the number of options you had in each game.

Civilization VI suffers from neither of those problems. The base Civ VI experience has much of what was added to Civ V through expansions, which is a great thing indeed. You have much more freedom to choose your path to victory in Civilization VI than you did in Beyond Earth, which makes Civ VI a more fulfilling experience. Of the three Civilization games to come out in the last 10 years, Civilization VI is easily the most well-rounded of the bunch at launch.

That makes me excited for the future. If the majority of Civ V’s expansion content is present in Civilization VI from the start, then I can’t wait to see what developer Firaxis has in store for this game’s expansions. Assuming they’re as well-made as the base game is, then Civilization VI stands to become one of the best games ever created.

It’s true that there are some flaws present in Civilization VI. It’s not a perfect game and it never will be. However, an important question to ask is whether or not Civilization VI evokes the same “just five more minutes,” feeling that its predecessors and other greats in the strategy genre do. For me, at least, Civilization VI absolutely does, and that’s what makes it one of the best games of the year.

Throughout the month of December, we’ll be highlighting some of the best games of the year here at SlashGear. The idea is not to eventually crown one as the best of them all, but rather to really dig into what makes these games so great. You can see previous articles in the series in the timeline below, and more are on the way, so stay tuned for the rest! If Civilization VI sounds like your kind of game, you can buy it now for PC.SlashGear uses Amazon affiliate links, and if you buy something we may get a small share of the sale.

Games Not Blocked By School: 7 Best Games That Aren’t Blocked

Games Not Blocked by School: 7 Best Games That Aren’t Blocked All suggested websites were tried and tested by our gamers








We have got you covered if you’re looking for the best gaming websites that aren’t blocked by filters, be it at school or work.

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School restrictions will differ depending on various factors, some game websites might not work for you, but they are worth a try.

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There are many Flash and HTML5 gaming websites, but schools block them. Thus, kids can’t open many browser game sites at school.

Try out the best browser to open blocked sites if you want an easy and user-friendly solution to this annoying problem. If you want to know what are the best game websites that aren’t blocked by schools, then keep on reading.

What games are not blocked at school?

Armorgames – Extensive game library

Unblocked Games 66 – Incredibly simple to use

Unblocked Games 77 – Has all the gaming classics

Unblocked Games 24h – Simple user interface

Unblocked Games Pod – Has all your favorite games

Mills Eagles – Offers great arcade games

Friday Night Funkin – Highly popular

Now let’s find out more about each of these awesome unblocked game sites.

Amorgames is an excellent website to play online games without being blocked by your school’s online restrictions.

You can find a wide range of games here, which include shooters, strategy, fast-thinking tasks, and even racing.

⇒ Visit Armorgames

Unblocked Games 66 is a Google HTTP:// site for browser gaming frolics that gets regular updates. The creator established this site specifically for playing

Unblocked Games 66 is a Google HTTP:// site for browser gaming frolics that gets regular updates. The creator established this site specifically for playing Flash games at school.

Unblocked Games 66 includes an expansive list of Flash games within its gaming index, making it capable of playing unblocked games even with the Smoothwall firewall activated. This website also consists of a form with which players can request that new games be added, including online games that are not blocked.

⇒ Visit Unblocked Games 66

Unblocked Games 77 is another Google Sites website with a similar layout to Unblocked Games 66. There are also plenty of games to play on this website.

It’s opening this website to play Pac-Man, the highest-grossing arcade game in gaming history. Tetris Unblocked is another classic game this website includes.

This website is also part of the list of games that GoGuardian can’t block.

⇒ Visit Unblocked Games 77

Unblocked Games 24h is another Google Sites-powered website crammed with plenty of fun browser games.

Unblocked Games 24h is another Google Sites-powered website crammed with plenty of fun browser games.

The good thing about this website is that it includes more 3D browser games. It consists of a lot of Mario spinoff games for Mario fans. Pac-Man fans can play Ms. Pac-Man, and there’s also a 3D Doom shoot them up on Unblocked Games 24h.

This website also is categorized as a game that GoGuardian can’t block.

⇒ Visit Unblocked Games 77

Unblocked Games Pod is one of the best-presented browser game sites that includes both Flash and HTML5 games, which is just as well given that Adobe will discontinue Flash in 2023.

Unblocked Games Pod is one of the best-presented browser game sites that includes both Flash and HTML5 games, which is just as well given that Adobe will discontinue Flash in 2023.

The graphical quality of its games surpasses most other browser gaming sites. Another good thing about this site is that it enables players to play the games in full-screen mode.

Fans of the Cut the Rope series can play a Japanese version of the original Cut the Rope Android game. In addition, players can play a Cut the Rope Experiments spinoff game.

Candy Crush and Fruit Ninja are two other big mobile games you can play here, but they aren’t exact emulations of the mobile versions. Thus, Unblocked Games Pod is a good website for Android game fans.

⇒ Visit Unblocked Games Pod

Mills Eagles is a well-organized website for unblocked browser gaming. Unlike some sites above, the games are organized into different genres that players can select from the Unblocked Games menu.

Mills Eagles is a well-organized website for unblocked browser gaming. Unlike some sites above, the games are organized into different genres that players can select from themenu.

This site includes a good selection of retro arcade games, such as Space Invaders, Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man, Asteroids, Tetris, and Donkey Kong.

⇒ Visit Mills Eagles

Friday Night Funkin, or FNF, is just a game and not a website, but users have been enjoying it, and sometimes it’s hard to find it online, so we decided to include this in our list.

Finding an FNF website that’s not blocked is tricky, but we’re confident that we covered this topic.

⇒ Play Friday Night Funkin

How can I play Blocked games at school?

Expert tip:

Bypassing blocked sites will allow you to take control over the way you spend your time online, but please ensure that you have a good VPN.

➡ Use a VPN service

A good VPN installed on your device will provide you with the tools you need to access any geo-restricted content online or even the range your school has blocked.

That being said, not all VPNs are the same, and we can break them down into two main categories:

Stand-alone VPN services – this type of VPN will not depend on running another software to be able to access its features, and it usually involves a paid subscription

➡ Try a smart DNS setup: Using a smart DNS will ensure that you can bypass any restrictions on your network, but it won’t protect you from data collection and phishing attacks.

➡ Use a free online proxy: Using an online proxy will allow you to bypass some restrictions, but it is worth mentioning that the traffic is not encrypted; choosing to use a VPN is a better option.

➡ Browse the web using a hotspot or mobile data: Even though creating a hotspot from a mobile device will differ from user to user and device to device, using a hotspot will effectively bypass any network restrictions and will allow you to access content usually.

➡ Use the Google Translate trick

Even though it might be surprising to some, Google Translate can be used as a proxy server, allowing you to bypass your firewall restrictions.

To do this, you will need to use the Translate Page feature, which will translate the respective page and sends the results to you.

This makes this method very useful when dealing with situations in which

➡ Use the IP of the website instead of the link

Instead of typing in the letters that make up the domain address, you should try using the IP of the respective website instead.

This will ensure that your school computer’s firewall cannot identify from which location the request to access the website was carried out and thus allow you to visit the page without blocking it.

Whether you’re trying to find games that bypass school filters or you’re interested in this topic for work or military, this article will prove helpful.

What sites do schools block?

To respect the child protection laws, schools are obligated to refuse access to some types of online content, and this, of course, makes sense for our children’s protection, but only if it’s implemented correctly.

Understandably, any adult websites are by default banned from access in schools, but the same principles apply to YouTube, Facebook, and other social networking websites and platforms.

Of course, not all content on Youtube is child-oriented, but millions of educational and science-based videos are also available.

The goal should be to create a program capable of intelligent filtering of the content and thus allow kids to explore their online environment safely while not being refused access to their topics of interest.

What are some game websites that are not blocked by work?

Even though the exact configuration of the blocking feature at your workplace will vary considerably from company to company, we found some gaming websites which might not be blocked at work:

What are some game websites not blocked by the military?

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any game websites not blocked by the military, as there seems to be a concerted effort to stop any similar activities from being accessed by military personnel.

Besides blocking all game websites, we can find information in The New York Times about a decision to secure another 15 websites to ensure that the networks are maintained while controlling the information that leaves and comes onto the battlefield.

The Army has been flooded with young soldiers who have laptops, iPods, digital cameras, recorders, and that has put the fear of god into some of the generals

Matthew Burden for The New York Times

We hope that these measures will be reconsidered by the Pentagon, as it is unclear how soldiers would be affected in the long term.

This is our selection of the best websites that allow you to play games online even though they are blocked by school, work, or the military.

We’ve also compiled a valuable list of methods to avoid geo-blocked or restricted content and why some options are better than others.

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Tuesday’s Best Deals: Apple Watch Series 7 All

All of Tuesday’s best deals are up for the taking with new all-time lows on Apple Watch Series 7 leading the way. That’s alongside the Black Friday price on AirPods Pro at $159 and this Anker Thanksgiving week iPhone accessory sale from $12. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Apple Watch Series 7 styles fall to new all-time lows

Amazon is now discounting a selection of all-new Apple Watch Series 7 models, delivering some of the very first price cuts on the standard GPS aluminum styles. Starting at $380 for the 41mm sizes, these are new all-time lows at $19 off the going rate, and in most cases, the very first markdowns to begin with. Several different colors are available, as well. 

As the latest fitness tracker to join the lineup, Apple Watch Series 7 arrives with some notable improvements over its predecessors. Headlined by the noticeably larger screen, there’s now added IP6X dust-resistance to pair with the usual fitness tracking features. There’s also a new fast charging mode that can deliver enough charge to wear overnight in just 8 minutes. Here’s how it compares to the previous-generation models as well.

Hyper Black Friday Sale 

It’s time to start checking off your friends’ or family’s Holiday wish list and Hyper’s got you covered with 30% OFF sitewide deals, and doorbusters. And to kick the season off right, you can get 35% off on Monday and Tuesday only. Just use code HYPER35 at checkout. 

Apple’s AirPods Pro with MagSafe case down to Black Friday price

Black Friday pricing has now arrived on the all-new Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe charging case. Dropping down to $159 at Walmart, you’re looking at the best price to date and quite the holiday-worthy price cut at $90 off the usual $249 price tag.

Delivering everything the original pair of Apple’s flagship earbuds did, the recently refreshed AirPods Pro pack ANC alongside a companion transparency mode, Spatial Audio support, and Hey Siri. Packed into the same form factor as before, the refreshed charging case will yield 24 hours of playback, but now supports MagSafe on top of its original Qi and Lightning options. Get all of the details in our launch coverage and then head below for more.

Simply Mac – up to $350 off Macs + 50% off HomePod mini, more 

The Simply Mac Black Friday sale is on, offering savings of up to 50% on a whole range of Apple products and accessories – with child and adult Segway scooters thrown into the mix! If you’re looking for a new MacBook, the company not only saves you money on both low-end and high-end models, but it’s also offering a half-price HomePod mini with any Mac purchase.

13″ MacBook Air $879.99 (Reg $999)

13″ MacBook Pro $1149 (Reg $1,299)

14” MacBook Pro $1799 (Reg. $1,999)

16” MacBook Pro $2199 (Reg $2,499)

24″ iMac $1149 (Reg $1,299)

27″ iMac $1599 (Reg $1,799)

Anker Thanksgiving week sale goes live

Thanksgiving week has arrived, and Anker is celebrating by rolling out the largest collection of discounts across its lineup of chargers, power strips, projectors, and much more from $12. Via its official Amazon storefront, you’ll find the best prices of the year across several pages of discounts. A particular standout is the Anker PowerWave MagSafe Car Mount at $25. Normally fetching $36, you’re looking at the best price in several months only beaten once before. 

Save $199 on Apple’s latest M1 MacBook Air

Amazon is now offering Apple’s latest 13-inch M1 MacBook Air 256GB for $800. Typically fetching $999, you’re looking at the best discount in several months with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $49 with a total of $199 in savings overall. The elevated 512GB model is also seeing the a $149 discount, dropping to $1,100.

Apple’s latest MacBook Air delivers all of the performance gains of the M1 chip in its most portable form-factor with a lightweight build that’s centered around a 13-inch Retina display. Ideal for taking to class, the office, or just working from the couch, you’re looking at all-day battery life that pairs with two Thunderbolt ports, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, and up to 512GB of storage that’s supplemented by 8GB of RAM. Get a better idea of its performance in our hands-on review.

Twelve South’s Black Friday sale is now live

Twelve South is launching its annual Black Friday sale today, taking as much as 58% off a collection of its in-house Apple accessories. Ranging from some of its most recent releases that just hit the scene this fall to some of its most popular cases, chargers, and other gear, our top pick is the Twelve South Leather MagSafe BookBook Case for iPhone 13 series handsets at $65. Marking the first discounts we’ve seen, this $5 discount arrives with some stylish leather detailing in tow alongside an all-time low. 

Twelve South’s BookBook Case covers your iPhone 13 series device in full-grain leather with an overall appearance that turns your handset into a vintage book. The wallet folio can hold four IDs or cards and magnetically snaps onto the case that attached to your device. 

Roborock deals up to 42% off

This Black Friday, you don’t have to break your budget to get an excellent robot vacuum and mop to keep your floors clean all year round. For a limited time, Roborock is offering as much as 42% off its best vacuums, with options perfect for all budgets and homes.

Roborock S7+ robot vacuum and mop with auto-empty $720 (Reg. $950)

Roborock S7 robot vacuum and mop $455 (Reg. $650)

Roborock S4 MAX LiDAR Robot Vacuum $280 (Reg. $430)

Roborock E4 Robot Vacuum and Mop $220 (Reg. $380)

Roborock S6 Pure Robot Vacuum and Mop $360 (Reg. $600)

Roborock S6 MaxV Robot Vacuum Cleaner $460 (Reg. $750)

Roborock H7 Cordless Stick Vacuum Cleaner $360 (Reg. $500)

S5 MAX Robot Vacuum and Mop $380 (Reg. $550)

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!

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