You might recall the Maverick, a buggy-style car that could fly with the help of a fan and a parachute. After years of testing, the FAA has certified it, and we’ve got video of the car in flight.
If you don’t know what costume you’ll wear or you’re too lazy to come up with one for Halloween, Urban Outfitters has got your back. Just get any of these acrylic ski masks and you’re good to go.
Lomography’s Sprocket Rocket is a new analog camera which includes the holes of 35mm film in each exposure. 2 knobs wind film in both directions to allow the creation of multiple exposure imagery.
We first thought this was a joke or a parody, so imagine our surprise when we found out that this is a real (and rare) children’s book, written by Kerry Milliron and wonderfully illustrated by Bob Eggleton.
Thule’s hybrid carry-on doubles as a backpack, with hidden straps, aluminum hardware, oversized wheels and a special heat-molded, crushproof compartment to protect fragile gear.
Woody, Buzz, Barbie and Ken hit disc next week (11/2). The deluxe edition offers two Blu-rays and two DVDs chockful of bonus footage and behind-the-scenes goodies, plus a digital copy for your PC.
The guys at Lionhead show off the improved Co-Op mode in Fable 3, which includes new player interactions, partnerships, shared homesteads and even the ability for couples to wed and have kids.
Pro bowler Chris Barnes takes on EARL (Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher) capable of rolling an identical shot nearly every time. But its precision is its downfall. The score stands: humans 1, robots 0.
While you may think you’re over the age limit for a game rated “E” for everyone, but we’re still looking forward to making our own personal minifigs and taking over the world, brick by plastic brick.
Simpsons World: The Ultimate Episode Guide has synopses of all episodes from seasons 1 to 20. Also lists things like Bart’s chalkboard phrases, the family couch gags and celebrity guests.
With a name like Super Meat Boy would you expect anything less than a game loaded with spinning saws, flaming pits, killer spikes, a heroine named Bandage Girl and a villain called Doctor Fetus?
Besides being aesthetically pleasing, the handles on Wenger’s Evowood pocketknife collection are made of sustainable Swiss walnut wood which would otherwise be scrapped as waste material.
Bioware’s way of thanking loyal fans. It includes codes for an extra playable character, extra missions and weapons plus the soundtrack, for no extra charge. Pre-order until Jan. 11, 2011 only.
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