Gaming

iPhone gets a Dungeons and Dragons dice roller online app

How could it possibly get any geeky than this? The iPhone is pretty geeky all on its own, but more so in a trendy geek kind of way. But now it’s time to mix some nerdiness into the pot as well. D&D Roller is an online app for the iPhone which allows you to roll virtual dice. To be quite ...

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DIY: NES controller meets Motorola SLVR

The hustle and bustle over the iPhone has left news about any other phones in the dust. With a gadget like the iPhone around, what else matters?! DIY’s we say! This gaming modder took the innards of a Motorola SLVR and stuffed them into a stripped NES controller. As you can see, holding up a NES controller to your ear ...

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Wall of Pong uses fricken laser beams

It doesn’t get much more classic than Pong. We’ve seen the game immortalized in the form of a watch, and of course the game that inspired it, Ping Pong, is one of the most popular home played games, but this is just so damn cool. This self-made “Wall Of Pong” was made by a senior at Cornell University for an ...

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World of Warcraft to integrate voice chat

Guess what Vent users. Your beloved Ventrillo server my not have a place anymore. Blizzard has announced that voice chat will be integrated into popular MMO World of Warcraft. What was originally done on private Vent servers will now be able to be done with an in-game add on. Chatting with your guild members is one thing, but when it ...

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The multi-console wedding cake

When GameDaily contributor Carol Orsini decided to get hitched to a non-gamer, there was bound to be a few kinks along the chain. But one thing’s for sure. She was not going to have a non-gaming themed wedding. The multi-consoled cake features 4 different consoles, the Xbox, the Xbox 360, PS2, and topped with the limited edition gold Zelda Gamecube. ...

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Atari Flashback Portable prototype gets spyed on

While Atari might have been even a little before our time in gaming glory, we appreciate it as much as other geeks. The prototype for the Atari Flashback Portable, which is now a confirmed product rather than a conceptual piece, looks like one really functional handheld console. The handheld itself looks not much bigger than the game cartridges themselves, and ...

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Transformers: The Cake

Only so many men are manly enough to put in this much time into a baked good. The Optimus Prime Transformers cake was painstakingly detailed over a period of 26 hours, 4 for the planning, and 22 for the baking and icing. With a total cost of supplies equaling about $85, if you don’t include the mental anguish, the Optimus ...

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Experts say gaming is no addiction

A proposal this past Sunday that would have made gaming addiction an actual disorder was shut down at the American Medical Associations annual meeting. “There is nothing here to suggest that this is a complex physiological disease state akin to alcoholism or other substance abuse disorders, and it doesn’t get to have the word addiction attached to it,” said Dr. ...

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Mario’s lady friend gambles: Peach’s Castle of cards

How could you be a true gamer and not know what Peach’s Castle looks like from Super Mario Bros? It happens to be one of the most prominent landmarks of Mushroomland, thank you very much. Here it is immortalized through the wonders of playing card architecture. And to our knowledge, Goomba free. This build happens to be a rendition of ...

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StarCraft II to be available to play at BlizzCon

You’re going to hate us for telling you now. Especially if you missed out on getting tickets to BlizzCon. Sources at Blizzard are saying that Starcraft II will be playable at designated Demo areas on August 3-4 at the 2007 annual BlizzCon at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. So, what are we to suppose from this news? Blizzard might ...

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