A little bit over-hyped, but still a huge boon to PC gamers, LucasArts is releasing a slew of their classic games on Steam Wednesday; look you’ll see The Dig, Indiana Jones and more.
Ben Harper and Sean Mullen’s short animated 3D film, Blip, has a relatively simple story: peace for two laser-toting warmongers just means twice the war for everyone else.
ArmA II is a war simulator, but this Military Tactics Montage gives a better idea of the sheer number of things you can do; still, it’s not without its bugs (check out the tank at the end).
Ortlieb’s D-Fender looks like an unassuming biking backpack, but actually sports a foam pad with air channels, waterproof shell and a system of straps and threads to distribute weight.
Fans of live-action roleplaying (LARP) can proceed to wet their pants now: 300 Fallout fans hit an abandoned Russian air-defense base with some serious post-apocalyptic hi-jinx.
Factron’s Quattro iPhone Case is designed for shutterbug aesthetes; the aluminum and stainless steel case can accommodate a multitude of wide-angle, close-up and fish-eye lenses.
If mixing Top Gear’s James May and Gymkhana’s Ken Block sounds like a recipe for awesome, you’d be 100% correct: two of the three objects above really shouldn’t be flying.
Now available in the US, Red Wing’s Wabasha Boat Shoes are upscale yet casual; made in Minnesota, they feature a leather upper, leather insole and moisture-wicking leather lining.
Say what you will about Michael Jackson, but this guy was an uber-geek: take a virtual tour of his arcade cabinets and full-size sci-fi and action movie figures. Thanks, everyone!
The Trace of Time Clock ensures you’ll never run late again: it’s a dry-erase board with a single hand that wipes out tasks as they happen, leaving the tardy with no idea of what’s transpired.
Holy Mother of God, Ian Leino’s Chariots Retired is a must-wear for kids of the 80s: Transformers, the A-Team, Knight Rider, Ghostbusters, Air Wolf and more — today only at TeeFury.
Designed by an MIT student, iDoor is the ultimate iPhone app: it opens a hydraulically actuated dorm room door which also responds to knocks thanks to vibration sensors. Thanks, Jacob!
If you’ve ever wondered why T-800 Terminators look like Arnold, this deleted scene from Terminator 3 explains it all; it’s a terrible scene that needed to be cut, but still hilarious.
Adidas and Def Jam celebrate their respective birthdays (60 for the triple stripes, 25 for the recording studio) with this special edition DJ Bag decked out with logos; it’ll hold up to 30 LPs.
After a one-year absence, Chris Cardinal’s Threadcakes is back for 2009 with a new contest; you’ll have until August 3, 2009 to submit a 2D or 3D cake based on a Threadless tee.
The iPhone 3GS’ new abilities create their first music video courtesy of Steve Ellington: Technologic Overkill follows a little robot outside an Apple store, with an Autobot cameo.
If you want to Get Zombified, artist Joel Harris will do it for free; UPDATE: due to extreme popularity, the promotion is over but you can still get zombified for a discounted rate of $15.
Dante’s Inferno finally reveals its gameplay; the trailer starts off slowly, but quickly picks up the pace with demon-rending visuals that should make God of War fans giddy.
Combining two essential items for road warriors, Brando’s USB Hub and Mouse Pad is an interesting mix: you’ll get a 4-port USB 2.0 hub and a retractable mouse pad with LED backlight.
Designed by Academy Award-winning FX artists, this PredAlien concept bust isn’t for the squeamish; it merges two of sci-fi’s ugliest nasties and is individually painted and finished.
An allegory for modern life if there ever was one, this No Exit t-shirt by shows not one but three Pac-Men, doomed to roam their maze in perpetuity; note that the site is Chinese.
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