Bring a little bit of that carnival feel to your cubicle with this mini Whac-a-Mole desktop game.
The dreadfully named “Whack It” game connects to your USB port and lets you play with yourself at your desk.
The gaming world is full of MMORPGs, games that feature interaction of hundreds or thousands of players. However, these games usually don’t put them all in the same place at the same time, and don’t have hundreds battling each other at the same time.
I’ve seen all sorts of variations on the original Rubik’s Cube puzzle, but never one quite like this.
EastsheenCubes take multiple mini-cubes and join them together to form one crazy looking version of the classic mindbender.
Just in time for the new Transformers movie to hit screens, Hasbro has released a new series of the classic toys, this time based on today’s most popular high-tech gadgets.
The Real Gear Transformers series conceals little toy robots disguised as cell phones, digital cameras, portable video game systems among other things.
This goofy digital music player from Bandai isn’t really an MP3 player in the traditional sense.
Released for the 10-year anniversary of the popular electronic pet franchise, the $115 Tamagotchi Music Fever player doesn’t connect to your computer.
Here’s an interesting phone out of China that steals a page out of the Samsung F520 book with an interesting dual-slider design that conceals both phone and gaming controls.
When oriented in portrait mode, the slider reveals a dialing and menu navigation buttons, but when turned to landscape mode, out pops a dual joypad design for playing games.
Remember the old Whac-a-Mole games from the carnival when you were a kid? Now you can have your own mini-version of the game wherever you go.
This pint-sized version of the stress-inducing game comes to us from Japan’s Epoch Games.
I’ve been wondering why the old Rubik’s Cube has been making appearances all over the place lately, with a significant amount of screen time dedicated to it in Will Smith’s craptacular The Pursuit of Happyness. Now we know it was all product placement geared towards the upcoming release of the new Rubik’s Revolution, a modern update to the classic brainteaser.
If you’re into platformers and you think you can beat them all, you’ve gotta check out this Flash-based game from Japan, Jineseiowata no Daibouken.
This game will kick you in the ass (twice), then serve it to you for dinner.
We all thought Nokia had finally given up on their abysmal N-Gage portable gaming console / mobile phone combo, but apparently they’re not quite ready to throw in the towel just yet.
Nokia has recently launched an updated N-Gage website touting that “In mid-2007, the N-Gage experience will evolve.”
Ever wanted to be a gunslinger, but were afraid you’d wind up doing some bodily harm? Well don’t despair, because now you can play everyone’s favorite trailer trash game, shooting crap off of a log with a gun, with no risk of injury.
Microsoft Games has posted the demo for its much anticipated Flight Simulator X.
This version contains major upgrades from past releases including massively improved visuals, a dynamic world with insane amounts of detail, multiplayer skies with real-time online traffic from other flyers and many new planes to fly.