Pop a cap off on your favorite beverage with MadeByAmmo’s stainless steel Bullet Bottle Opener. Bonus: you can carry this symbol of manliness around, since it doubles as a keychain.
Created by Xi3 Corporation, this 4-inch aluminum cube contains a fully-upgradeable modular PC. Runs an Athlon 64 X2 CPU, up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, and offers plentiful ports.
This brilliantly illustrated, thoroughly entertaining tale of a hungry mutt’s trip through Chinatown combines hand-drawn animation from Shanghai with 3D effects and backgrounds from Australia.
You know you want to go out and stand in line for all those big deals this coming Friday, right? Here’s what you can expect at Mega Mart’s upcoming 12-Minute Madness Black Friday sale.
What kind of house will $500,000 buy you? In Tokyo, you could get a three-story house. On a 30 sq.m. lot, that is. Fuyuhito Moriya’s house was built on what used to be parking space for a single car.
Designed by Thanva Tivawong, the Sand Glass concept for traffic lights imitates an hourglass, providing an intuitive and less ambiguous way of indicating when the lights will change.
The shirt’s chest and belt boxes blink on and off, just like Vader’s suit, but without the life-sustaining capabilities. Electronics detach easily for washing. Limited supplies available.
Originally for the Wii only, EA Sports’ classic arcade basketball game is now available for the Xbox 360 and the PS3. Play online, beat the legends and unlock hundreds of secret teams.
A man wakes up in the body of a stranger, and it turns out he’s actually in a program which lets him live the final minutes of a person’s life, and is there to figure out who blew up the train he is on.
Former university instructor Dave Rankin has a goal to create the best art decks in the skateboard industry with a superior ride; judging from the talent we see here, he’s well on his way.
This Mortal Kombat video only goes to show how bad-ass Sub-Zero truly is, showcasing his signature attacks and ability to link special moves together to create more lethal combos. (Thanks Dungey!)
Based on the specs of a 1930s postal sorting desk from France, this all-in-one office has a built-in leather seat that pivots underneath, and 25 assorted cubbies for holding your assorted stuff.
More from Awesomer Media