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Growing up I used to watch a show on Nickelodeon called You Can’t do That on Television. People were always getting slimed on that show if they said “I don’t know.” I always wondered exactly what that green slime was made of.
Have you ever seen what happens when you mix slime with dry ice? If not, you are about to see for yourself. Spoiler alert: It’s awesome.
Halloween is right around the corner, and this is a great trick to go with all of the treats this year.
Perhaps one of the most iconic creatures in the history of video games is Dragon Quest’s bulbous, smiley-faced Slime. I always thought he looked like a giant blue Hershey’s Kiss, or one half of an hourglass.
In Tucson, Arizona, locals have discovered a strange collection of purple spheres in the middle of the desert. It’s not yet certain what these spheres are, but analyses are being made to ascertain their exact nature.
I think we can all agree that biggest problem with retro video game characters is all of those jagged edges. I mean really, you could cut your hands on those sharp pixel corners. So what’s the solution?
Square Enix just had a big day in Japan, with details on the new Dragon Quest X announcement for the Nintendo Wii, and more on the slightly-older (and still unreleased) Dragon Quest IX, which is slated for the DS.