Protocol have an interesting article on Netflix’s gaming ambitions, which have hardly been a success to date. Devoid of any blockbuster title, the service has
Flash juggernaut Alisdair Mills, the world’s leading authority on unfinished iPhone games, is working on a cricket simulator. Judging by the video it looks like
Now this is a terribly good idea. A merry-go-round hooked up to a water pump, allowing children to pummel the obesity fairy in the face
Today is a very sad day. The Include dartboard is being retired. As you can see from the above photo, the 20 has been punished
No, not that Beck. Hans Beck, the inventor of Playmobil, has died at the age of 79. Despite inauspicious beginnings at the Nuremberg Toy Fair,
Hey kids, can you tell what it is yet?
Lively, currently in beta, is Google’s answer to Second Life. The downloadable application allows you to create rooms, decorate them to your liking, then make
Everyone has owned an Etch A Sketch at some point. If, like me, you managed to draw little more than a misshapen stick man, you’re
A great new promotional video/game for Nokia’s new N-Gage store.
A group of rather talented russian flash developers have been working hard on version 5 of the Alernativa3D engine and have now reached their first
Swedish – it’s all Greek to me, but this viral piece for Tele2 is outstanding.
The Korg DS-10 is a software version of the legendary MS-10 synth for the Nintendo DS, currently slated for release in Japan only this July.
Poo: love it or hate it, you’re sure to release it now and then. If you’re a big fan of poo you’re sure to enjoy
Kotaku’s Crecente has had some custom Space Invaders footwear made-to-order. More photos here.
Monkey Kick Off features both a monkey and a football – genius! Try and use your primate soccer skills to beat the Include Digital personal
Feeling short on festive spirit? Why not play our new viral game Santa Sorter at santasorter.com!
Nintendo have confirmed that the forthcoming Wii console will support Flash via its embedded Opera Browser. There’s no news yet on which version of the
Goggles is a fun flight simulator game that uses graphical data from Google Maps. A great idea from Mark Caswell-Daniels.