Did You Know You Could Play These Hidden Games On Your Facebook Messenger?
In case you've been worrying about spending too much time on social media,
this piece of news might depress you a little because Facebook is doing its best
to keep you online for as long as they can. We've told you about how Facebook
Messenger has added some very cool updates, as it prepares itself to become the
primary choice of communication for its users.
Here are a few games you could play to waste some more of your precious time
Before everything, make sure your FB messenger is updated to the latest version.
- Access the game by typing @fbchess play in the chat window of the person you
want to play with.
- A chess board should appear. The person starting the game will automatically
be the white player. White always makes the first move.
Now begins the little annoying part.
- Even though your phone is, the game itself isn't touchscreen. Not yet at
least. So every move needs to begin with the prefix "@fbchess" followed by the
square you want to move it to.
- For example, if you want your rook to move to square E6, use the command "@fbchess
- Same for others. King is K, Queen is Q, Bishop is B, Pawn is P, Rook is R and
Knight is N.
- Typing "@fbchess resign" forfeits the game.
- Typing "@fbchess stats" gives the statistics of the players playing the game.
- You can select which player you want to play with by typing “@fbchess play
white” or “@fbchess play black”. If no colour is chosen, you get white, which is
- If at any point you need some help with the game, just type "@fbchess help".
That's it! Agree, it's not very fluid, but it's still pretty cool nevertheless.
This game will not stop you from having a conversation. You can carry on
chatting with your friend as the game goes on.
18 Precautions To Reduce Cell Phone Radiation Exposure
Scientists can't seem to make up their mind about cell phones. Do they
produce radiation? Yes. Is the radiation they produce harmful to us? They aren't
sure. However, putting all their reports together, a pattern of tips and
precautions becomes clear.
The most important thing you need to know right away is that your phone
sometimes transmits a stronger (and therefore more hazardous) signal, while at
other times it will transmit very weakly or not at all. It's a good idea to know
when that happens and when it doesn't to avoid causing yourself harm. Parents
should especially heed this advice, as children are most susceptible to
radiation damage during their tender years of growth.
Here are some important tips to minimize exposure:
1. Keep some distance – hold your cell phone as far away from your body as
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