Game of Thrones fans will recognize this diorama straight away. It’s the Wall and Castle Black from the popular HBO series. The massive snow and ice construct from the series was recreated here with lots of white bricks.
Remember the days of Game Genie and Gameshark? It was so awesome to be able to cheat and have superpowers or extra lives. Just add the adapter onto the cartridge and enter some codes and just like that you hacked the game.
This street legal Batmobile was built by 29-year-old Zac Mihajlovic of Camden, Australia. It took him two years to complete. It’s based on the Batmobile driven by Michael Keaton in the 1989 Tim Burton Batman movie.
You can easily play digital copies of your SNES and Sega Genesis games on your computer, but if you prefer to play on the actual consoles you might want to keep an eye on HD Retrovision’s upcoming products.
When you are stalking down the halls of an abandoned space station during the day, killing acid bleeding aliens and trying to relax at night, you’re going to need a beer at some point. You could open the beer with your teeth like some sort of dentally-challenged frat boy, but you will need those choppers for steak at some point.
Guardians of the Galaxy fans, you better have a spacious shelf, because this limited edition Rocket Raccoon figure is nearly 3ft. tall. Made by NECA, the figure was based on “the actual digital files used in making the movie.”
Bob Alexander wanted to be notified of new mail from his mailbox, but he didn’t want to buy a device for that purpose. He says that many commercially available mail alert gadgets can’t tell the difference between incoming mail that the postman left inside, and outgoing mail that you placed inside.
The occasional Games Workshop-licensed game is spectacular, but the vast majority of them look more like hastily assembled student projects than professional releases. It’s a huge shame, since the evocative setting is tons of fun, but I’m scared to buy most games until I’ve seen reviews telling me that the game is a Dawn of War or a Dark Omen rather than one of the awkward Space Hulk adaptations.
LEGO Ideas member LuisPG pays homage to one of mankind’s greatest accomplishments with this well made concept. His Apollo 11 set consists of the Eagle Lunar Module, the Apollo spacecraft and minifigs of astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin.
Artist Jason McKittrick runs the Cryptocurium, an online shop of highly detailed horror and occult figurines. One of his newest offerings is about the birds and the bees. Or should I say the facehuggers and the chestbursters.
Smartwatches are cool, mostly because they fulfill our sci-fi fantasies, instead of for any practical reasons, but they’re not without flaws. Most of them, as far as watches go, are pretty bloody ugly. The Motorola Moto 360 isn’t bad, and Apple’s entry into the field is beautiful, even if it is made by a pretentious company that designs its products to be near-impossible to repair.