Gaming

Tresling: Tetris With A Physical Edge

How do geeks solve a quarrel that can only be fixed with a physical encounter? By fist fighting? Oh, no, no. Their asthma just wouldn’t allow for that. Drastic times call for drastic measures, and we all know there is only one way to prove who has the metaphorical thickest glasses, and that’s through gaming of course. Tresling mashes Tetris ...

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MacBook Pro Beautifully Laser-Etched With WoW Dark Portal Design

What lies just beyond the Dark Portal? And to think, for the last few years I thought it was Outland which dwells within the stars. All of this time, it has been nothing but an Apple logo. Ok, but in all seriousness, this laser-etching job on a MacBook Pro is a gorgeous depiction of the Dark Portal from World of ...

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Elementeo: The Chemistry Card Game That Blinds You With Science

Every single object in our universe is composed of an infrastructure of elements, yet many children are not retaining the information which tells us the building blocks of the universe. Elementeo is a card game created by a 14-year old whiz kid, hell bent on teaching chemistry in an effective and fun fashion. Much like games such as Magic: The ...

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WoW Shaman Cake: Does William Shatner Like Chocolate?

Back in November, Blizzard released a slew of celebrity World Of Warcraft commercials, one of which starred William Shatner as the nature grasping Shaman. Oh sure, we’ve seen our share of gamer themed cakes, but this super-chocolaty cake showcases the Shaman symbol from the popular MMO. I don’t think Star Trek ever had a sweets-themed episode, but Shatner’s slight belly ...

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Blizzard Takes Pranking To A New Level, Thinks You’re An April Fool

Blizzard went all out this year for their April Fool’s day festivities, and I am loving it! Blizzard has released four April Fools’ themed pranks on their official website. Have you heard about the new face-melting Bard hero class in World of Warcraft which integrates Guitar Hero-like gameplay to the MMO? Or how about that Blizzard will be giving WoW ...

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Everybody Loves Chalkboard Fighting

These cats are fast as lightning! And a little bit frightening. Watch as these two go head-to-head-to-chalkboard, reinventing games such as Street Fighter and Mortal Combat on the iconic items in most school jail cells classrooms. Hit the jump to see a few more images of Chalkboard Fighting, including a special flying phallus attack and crafty decapitation!

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C Jump: Brainwash Your Kids Into Being Programmers

If you want your children to grow up to be big and strong nerds just like you, you’ve got to start teaching them young. And let’s face it, 11 year olds aren’t going to sit there and listen to you read from a C++ book. That’s where C Jump comes in for the win. Made for children 11 and up, ...

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The Doctor’s Won’t Like Him When He’s Angry

Everyone has played the game of Operation at least once. You know, the game of human dissection, where you have to remove foreign objects from a man without waking him up mid-procedure. Hasbro has been working on a new Hulk edition of the classic board game, which we guess has something to do with the newest Incredible Hulk movie. Hasbro ...

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Tetris Mirror Fragments Your Self Image

Some people rely on what’s in their wallet to determine their self-worth, while many still think their own reflection is the one thing holding them back. Maybe if my nose was just a little smaller I’d get that job. The Tetris Mirror mixes gaming goodness with self-image in an ultimate testament to retro bit design. Using thirteen interlocking mirrored acrylic ...

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Creator Of Pong Working On An MMO: Probably Has Nothing To Do With Pong

We thought the idea of Nolan Bushnell, creator of Pong, one of the first and most well-known video games worldwide, was a really interesting idea. If he could think of something with the lasting power of Pong, what could he offer the world of MMOs? Bushnell comments that he is indeed working on an MMO, but than mysteriously added “as ...

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