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Happy Halloween, everybody! I hope that you will have a great time trick-or-treating, and dressing up in costume, and eating candy!  Google has made a new Google logo for this occasion, as usual. It is not just a picture, its a game! The logo shows a wizard cat and ghosts about to attack him. The play button and the window inside the house are animated.  When you click the play button, you are taken to the first level of the game. You should see this on your Google homepage today. If you want to play this on a day that isn't today, go to this link: The game is very simple: when you see a ghost approaching the cat, draw the ghost's symbols in order to defeat the ghost. If a ghost touches you before you draw all the symbols, you lose a life. The normal symbols that you can draw are a horizontal line, a vertical line, an up arrow, and a down arrow. If you see a lightning bolt symbol, draw it to make most of the


Halloween is just around the corner. I decided to let you guys all know what costume me and Onur will wear this year! Big surprise: we're both from Star Wars. Remember how last year I was Darth Vader and Onur was a stormtrooper? Well, this year, I am dressing up as Darth Vader's grandson-in-law. Can you guess who? It was Kylo Ren! This year, my little brother, Onur will dress up as a wise and old alien Jedi who lives in a swamp and has long green ears (no, I'm not talking about you, Shrek). Yep, it's Yoda! Last year, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released so it would have made more sense for me to be Kylo Ren, the movie's villain. So instead I'm doing it this year! I have seen commercials for costumes from the upcoming Star Wars movie "Rogue One". This included an Imperial Death trooper and Jyn Erso, which can be seen in the background of a Party City Halloween ad. Maybe I will be a Death Trooper next year. Who knows? I also could have

Star Wars: Skywalker Strikes Volume 1 by Marvel- Comic Review

Hello, guys! Last week was the book fair at my school. One of the books I got was a Marvel Star Wars comic and I decided to do a review about it after reading it. The book, titled Skywalker Strikes , was volume one in the series. So, without further ado, let's get started! My Rating: (Out of 5 Stars) I rated it 4.7 our of 5 stars because overall, it is a great book overall. However, some parts don't have a nice flow to them, and it keeps jumping from one place to another. For example, one chapter focuses on Luke and his friends, but another one is about Jabba and another one is on Darth Vader. This can get a bit confusing. If I were the person who made this book, I would put some captions like "meanwhile", or "shortly after" that way we know how much time has passed. But on the bright side, it features amazing drawings that look just like the characters from the actual film, as well as a satisfying and action-packed plot. It even has a sho

Maker Faire 2016 New York + New AABO Show Vlog

This weekend was 4 day weekend for my school. So on Sunday, we decided to do something special with our friends. In case you didn't know already, I have created a new YouTube channel with my Turkish friends Ali and Burak. We have decided to call it the AABO Show, because that is the initials of the first letters of all our names (Arca, Ali, Burak, Onur). Be sure to subscribe to it, since we usually upload every weekend! Here it is: 2 days ago, we went to the 2016 World Maker Faire in New York. The Maker Faire has existed for 7 years so far, and it is a gathering of inventors, engineers, artists, sellers, musicians, and more. They showcase awesome machines and you get to see them up close and try them out for yourself! There was also an exhibit where you can make your own Makey the Robot pin with a LED light on it. They had a 3D printer that made crazy looking pancakes, actual floating hoverboards, strange bikes, wor