Infinity Blade 2 looks to build upon the great graphics and gameplay of the original iOS game, with more upgrades, dual-wielding of weapons and bigger and non-linear environments. More here.
Part of Thomas Pavitte’s Transformation Series, a complex two-part connect the dots that to gradually form both a portrait of the King of Pop as a child and as an adult. Printed on A2 or A3 art paper.
A lightweight, durable and water-resistant case with enough room for a folded shirt. There are raised pads on the inner side of either half of the case to secure the shirt and minimize creases.
The Boy Wonder returns to video games… as a pre-order bonus… only at Best Buy. We hate this gimmick as much as anyone else, but at least he’ll arrive as DLC soon after Arkham City is released.
If you only need a pair of portable scissors, save yourself the hassle of popping out and wrestling with the tiny cutting tools in most Swiss Army knives and just get a pair of these instead.
A limited-edition series featuring NES cartridges with retro pixel art of modern video games. Each cartridge contains a random NES game, not an 8-bit version of the game on the cover, though.
A documentary about the effect of today’s advanced technology on artists and our culture, a development that can empower creators, but also swamp consumers in mediocrity. More here.
We’re well aware that you can fold a shirt with your bare hands – in fact you can do it in 2 seconds flat. But if you just can’t master foldjutsu, you might want to get a folding aid like this one.
Play as Jackie Estacado and use quad-wielding – a weapon in each hand while his Demon Arms grab, smash or impale foes. True to its name, the power of The Darkness grows stronger in the dark.
If you considered Operation Smile a success, then you’ll probably like this video Sloan Churman shot of his wife Sarah, born deaf, hearing her own voice the first time thanks to a cochlear implant.
Until The Walking Dead returns later this month, we need to rely on these fun little webisodes to get our zombie on. Here, Hannah awakens to find her kids missing after a violent car accident. (Thanks M!)
There’s plenty of buzz about the new iPhone 4S, but we’re giving some love to the newly-enhanced Nano, with built-in fitness tracking, bigger home screen icons, and a ton of cool watch faces.
Whether you’re on a budget, eager to learn something new or just plain bored, here’s a quick way to make mayo. Don’t know what “neutral oil” means? Check out Serious Eats for more info.
A clever ad for Forza Motorsport 4, which has Top Gear‘s Jeremy Clarkson waxing poetic about the ostracism of car lovers. Gearheads will start with tongue in cheek and end with tears on cheeks.
A 6-part series written by and starring Felicia Day (The Guild), about an Elvish assassin named Tallis who is sent to capture a Qunari mage. Premieres on Machinima on 10/11/11. More here and here.
We’re not exactly fans of her wooden acting either, but Optimus the Malamute seems to be completely freaked out by Ms. Roberts and her horse-like appearance. Or is it the music in the background?
A dog collar with a retractable 36″ leash built in, so you don’t have to do the let’s-put-the-leash-on-the-dog dance every time you take your pet for a walk. Also has 3M Scotchlite reflective accents.
A tumblr that posts nothing but scanned cross-sections of – you guessed it – candy bars. We’d like to volunteer to dispose of the samples. Like sandwiches more? The Internet’s got your back.
The world has lost a great innovator and a man who brought joy, insight, and knowledge to millions. This fitting video is for the man who taught us all to Think Differently. R.I.P., Steve Jobs.
Not content with getting beat up by anime characters, Yung Lee is back for more (pretend) pain. This time around he duked it out with Western and video game characters at the FanExpo 2011.
What happens when you carefully interlace 1,000 wooden popsicle sticks, then flick just one of them? If you know what you’re doing – something pretty spectacular, as is evidenced by this video clip.
Check out this supercool functional Gears of War Lancer MK2 built by the Plumbrothers; it can shoot rubberbands and has a motorized chainsaw. The action in the vid begins at 1:30. (Thanks David!)
Good artists copy, great artists steal. We learn that yet again in this examination of the Wachowski’s 1999 classic The Matrix, which clearly found plenty of inspiration in many earlier films.
From YouTuber NinjaZ3R0 comes a Grand Theft Auto machinima featuring two detectives who go by their own one of the detectives’ own rules, resulting in either bad-ass stunts or bad-ass injuries.
Two Ninjas battle to the death in this awesomely tight bit of stop-motion animation by Olivier Trudeau. It’s short, but sweet, and ends with style (and a splash of blood).
G-Power tunes the M3’s V8 with a supercharger, custom crankshaft and other mods, resulting in 720 horses and 516 pound-feet of torque. 0-to-62 speed is 3.7secs, and a top speed of 205mph.
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