Atari fans rejoice! The Atari.com website has just gotten a facelift, and one of the great new features of the site is an arcade with a number of classic Atari game for you to play in your web browser.
It’s been quite a while since I checked out quirky, the community-powered design-build-sell platform which gave birth to the kickster and the digidudes, among other things. So I visited their website and saw the beamer, a 2-piece plastic case for the iPhone 3G & 3GS that has a built-in flash.
Some mods look deceptively simple, like this customized PSP 3000. Sure, you see a few lights, and if you check out the in-progress pictures, you can even see more of the upgrades and fitting progress. But the end result is a disco inferno of lights and sounds that you’d never expect from looking at this picture.
Alice in Wonderland kicks off with the fall down the rabbit hole, and most games based on the adventures of the iconic young heroine follow suit. Such is the case with Alice is Dead, though from the title, you may have already guessed that things take a turn for the ghastly early on in this browser-based adventure.
The aliens have landed! They’ve invaded your laptop and are reading all of your data! Or are they saving all your data and flying it off to the mothership to protect it?
These fun UFO USB flash drives come to us courtesy of crafter OrigamiMe (yeah, I know this isn’t origami).
It’s true! It may be confusing as a concept, but once you start playing the Flash-based Upgrade Complete you’ll see how straightforward it is. Meta-video games like this are more often than not bursting with humor, and Upgrade Complete is no exception.
The craymachine is a bitchin’ way to kill time. If the iPhone had a keyboard this would’ve been a cool app. So what is it? It’s a flash-based synthesizer; a sound is mapped to each letter on your keyboard, ranging from the normal but essential bass drum of b to the intergalactic croak of w.
If you’ve upgraded to Apple’s much-hyped and well-received Snow Leopard, I recommend that you update your system’s Adobe Flash player – even if you already had the latest version prior to the installation. That’s because in the process of installing Snow Leopard, your current Flash player will be replaced by version 10.0.23.1.
Now we’ve certainly seen our share of odd food-themed USB drives here at technabob, but it seems that there’s an entire cottage industry in China dedicated to creating a never-ending supply of even weirder flash memory devices, seemingly just so we can write about them.
Finally! Something for all those crystal-loving, hardcore Terminator fans with lots of extra money to throw at their data storage needs! Your wait is over, folks. The skulldrive is here to empty your wallets.
Those sinister eyes aren’t just pretty rocks–they’re Swarovski crystals, which explains the $150 (USD) price tag.
Hey there my dear dear readers. Today I’m going to tell you about the TUFF CLIP USB drives from Verbatim. Unfortunately there’s not a lot to say about them. They seem to have a rugged casing, and they have built-in clips, so you can clip it to your belt loop, attach it to your keychain, hell you can even use it as an earring if you want.
Donald Trump, now that you’ve outfitted your desktop with a gold USB hub and gold mouse for your gold MacBook Pro, why not pick up a matching gold bar flash drive?
Sure, this flash drive might say it’s 999.9 fine gold, but priced at under $20 bucks, it’s definitely not made out of anything other than cheap plated metal.
Looking for a nice little time-waster this weekend? PixelPop is a quirky little Flash game that should burn at least 5 minutes of your spare time.
The objective of PixelPop is simple. You just stand there in your hot pink Japanese super hero leotard, gyrating your hips to the music.