While underwater, both the players and monsters have different skills and weapons compared to when they’re on land. Players don’t have to worry about breathing unless their health goes to zero.
Emile Cohl school of animation student Mathias Lacal captured the sensation of falling from the sky in his Aeon Flux-like graduation film. Turn up your speakers and watch in HD.
Patrick Warburton prepares us for a safe ride on Zero Gravity Gulch, the rootinest, tootinest, gosh-darn good time of a roller coaster East (or is it West?) of the Mississippi.
In 1963, Aerojet-General built a rocket factory in the middle of the Everglades. They even made an Apollo rocket and fired it, but never won the NASA bid, and it now sits abandoned, rocket and all.
We’ve seen plenty of first pitches thrown out at baseball games, but never with the style and grace of Cirque du Soleil KÃ performer Gabryel Nogueira da Silva, at a recent Padres-Royals matchup.
Before he became a super soldier, before he became the First Avenger, before he had the body, Steve Rogers already had what it takes to save his country: a steely resolve and a good heart.
Designer Ed Chew created these intricate lighting fixtures using old Tetra Pak cartons, otherwise headed for the recycling bin (or worse yet, the trash). Nothing like a little ingenuity, right folks?
After watching this ten second clip of this sleepy feline, we can’t help but wonder if anyone else besides us out there is envious of how easy this furry guy makes it seem to fall asleep?
(NSFW) Yes, that’s a man in a spacesuit about to go in a VTOL plane in the middle of a city. Even if you’re not into video games, this gameplay demo of the Saints Row The Third is a hoot to watch.
In case you didn’t notice, this cool cat is quite different from the one in the fairy tale. He has different adventures, different friends and a different personality. But he is still a cat.
This severe flooding may have brought traffic to a standstill, but that didn’t stop this bus driver and his balls of steel from continuing to run his route on time. Hope the passengers had swim trunks.
A fan film that pays homage to the late Dave Stevens, who, in creating The Rocketeer gave form to the childhood dream of little boys around the world: find a rocket-pack and become a superhero.
(NSFW: Language) The appropriate thought process when watching this vid goes a little something like this: “Oh man. Why would you ever willingly do that? ::Teeth clenching:: Whoa! Well done.”
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