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Angry Birds Epic Tipped to Be a Turn-Based Strategy RPG

Angry Birds Epic Tipped to Be a Turn-Based Strategy RPG
Angry Birds is one of the most popular mobile game franchises of all time. There have been several games launched in the series and until the Angry Birds Go racing game landed, most of the apps had the same basic game play.

Missing Flappy Bird? Play a Game of Flappy Bert Instead

Missing Flappy Bird? Play a Game of Flappy Bert Instead
So Dong Nguyen has pulled Flappy Bird from app stores. If you weren’t able to download the highly addictive but simplistic game that has caused thousands of users to throw their phone against the wall in frustration, then you might want to check out the myriad of alternatives and rip-offs that it has inspired, starting with Flappy Bert.

Talk to Strangers, Meet New People, and Get Social with Sneaky Cards

Talk to Strangers, Meet New People, and Get Social with Sneaky Cards
Sneaky isn’t your ordinary card game. While most will pit you against friends, family, and acquaintances, Sneaky will challenge you to interact with others outside of your usual circle instead.

Sabertron Swords Keep Players Honest By Keeping Score

Sabertron Swords Keep Players Honest By Keeping Score
I have always thought swords were pretty cool. In fact, I used to take fencing, if only because no one taught kendō in my area. If you have ever picked up a stick and started a mock sword fight with someone, you know that your foes tend to become liars quickly.

Ozobot Toy Robots Follow Lines, Not the Yellow Brick Road

Ozobot Toy Robots Follow Lines, Not the Yellow Brick Road
Ozobot gaming robots are basically spherical robots that follow lines. They also see color and interpret flashes of light to respond accordingly. The robots have five sensors on the underside that help them stay on the tracks, while the colors and flashes cue them for behavioral changes.

Vintage Arcade Skee-Ball Machine: Quarters Not Required

Vintage Arcade Skee-Ball Machine: Quarters Not Required
Back before your fancy video games and Oculus Rift goggles, there was Skee-Ball. Old-timey? Yes. But a very fun game of skill (and luck). Now you can prove that you are the ultimate old timey gamer with your very own vintage arcade Skee-Ball machine.

Artist Turns a Building into a Giant Rubik’s Cube

Artist Turns a Building into a Giant Rubik’s Cube
How good are you at solving Rubik’s cubes? I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m particularly bad at it. In fact, I have yet to successfully solve a 3×3 cube and I’ve been trying for five years and counting already.

Doctor Who Tumbling TARDIS Tower Game is TARDIS Jenga

Doctor Who Tumbling TARDIS Tower Game is TARDIS Jenga
Lots of people love Jenga. You know, that game with the wood blocks, where you have to remove blocks and not let the tower collapse. Well, now there is even more reason to love the game as there’s nowa Doctor Who inspired version called the Tumbling TARDIS Tower Game.

Anchorman 2: Scotchy Scotch Toss Mobile Game Keeps It Classy

Anchorman 2: Scotchy Scotch Toss Mobile Game Keeps It Classy
Paramount Digital Entertainment has launched the classiest mobile game ever conceived. The game is called Anchorman 2: Scotchy Scotch Toss and it’s the “greatest app n the history of western civilization.” The point of the game is to toss ice cubes into Ron’s glass of scotch.

PlayStation 4’s Killzone: Shadow Fall Was Originally 290GB of Data

PlayStation 4’s Killzone: Shadow Fall Was Originally 290GB of Data
There are many areas around the US that have speedy broadband Internet service, but some of us still labor behind incredibly slow connections that take forever to download large files. With the impending launch of the PS4, the premier launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall is getting a lot of press.

Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force Hits Consoles and Smartphones

Star Wars Pinball: Balance of the Force Hits Consoles and Smartphones
I can remember growing up back in the 80s, there were plenty of pinball machines in arcades alongside the video games. I was always more interested in video games, but there’s no denying that a noisy pinball machine with flippers and giant ball bearings rolling around is tons of fun.

LEGO Minifig MMO Coming Soon. Make That LMMO

LEGO Minifig MMO Coming Soon. Make That LMMO
MMOs, everyone is playing them. And now fans of the LEGO video games will soon have their own. A massively-multiplayer online game that’s all LEGO.

Pixelate Wants You to Play with Your Food

Pixelate Wants You to Play with Your Food
Games make life a whole lot more fun, and mealtimes are no exception. The latest food-related game is Pixelate, and it’s unlike most eating games you’ve played before.

Hasbro Launches Short Attention Span Version of Monopoly

Hasbro Launches Short Attention Span Version of Monopoly
Because kids have such short attention spans these days, Hasbro has decided that Monopoly is too much for them. They are now releasing a half-hour version of the game, hoping that it can compete with texting, the internet, and their own 500 million versions of regular Monopoly.

Students to Pilot Robotic Spheres on the International Space Station

Students to Pilot Robotic Spheres on the International Space Station
Robotic sports were bound to involve balls in space at some point. Students from the U.S. and Europe can now sign up for what is described as “the ultimate robot game” in which they will navigate floating spheres through the International Space Station for the Zero Robotics programming competition.

Lady Finds Nintendo Game Worth $15,000 at Thrift Shop

Lady Finds Nintendo Game Worth $15,000 at Thrift Shop
It pays to hunt for treasure at thrift stores sometimes. Here’s proof. A North Carolina woman spent $7.99 on an old Nintendo game at a Goodwill store. Nothing unusual there. The unusual part – the game was Stadium Events, one of the rarest titles ever sold, and worth a cool $15,000.

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