Randy Sarafan hacked his Lunchtime Clock to automatically speed up by 20% at 11 am every day, then slow down by another 20% at 11:48, extending the lunch hour by 12 delicious minutes.
Currently in development, this unofficial mod for the PC version of Fallout: New Vegas adds a ton of features to the game, including helmet visors, sprinting and tackling, and better weapon zoom.
We’ve decided that we’re willing to trade leg strength and stamina for fireproof bike shorts and ear plugs (once) to ride on this AMT Micro Turbine engine-powered mountain bike. (Thanks Ugo!)
Ben Heck is giving this Xbox 360 Slim portable to promote his new show. It has a 17″ LCD monitor, speakers and hard drive. If you’ve got the money, you may be able to snag the other two units left.
An awesome mod that pits the Red Team against the Mann Co. CEO himself. His fists can kill with one blow and he has thousands of hit points. If you think that’s unfair, you can take it up with him.
Cummins has creatively crammed a 3500 hp, V18 diesel engine (you know, the kind they put in dump trucks) into an original Mini; it has more than 10,000lb/ft of torque and uses 12 turbochargers.
We are digging the split window the folks over at Rossi have included in their stylish SixtySix, a kit fusing C6 Corvettes with retro Stingray style. The cost for all those second glances? A cool $130K.
Check out this muscled up 07 FXSTB Softail Night Train with a Suzuki 750 front end, Fat Bob slotted aluminum front wheel, V-Rod front fender, chopped and recontoured rear fender and custom fuel tank.
Perfect for taking prom dates Back to the Future, this stretch DeLorean DMC-12 probably can’t reach the 88mph to jump through time. Still, Dr. Emmett Brown would be proud of this insane build.
Tuner GTHaus has given the BMW M3 some serious junk in the trunk with carbon fiber, Brembo brakes and coilover suspension. Besides killer rear arches and wing, it makes quite the demonic sound.
The Hellfire flat tracker conversion for the Triumph Street Triple 675 from Germany’s Motorcorner includes new thermoformed plastic body parts, 17â€ wheels and a BOS Performance exhaust system.
Created by BCC1â€™s Bang Goes The Theory tv show, the Car-puccino is the worldâ€™s first coffee powered car. The converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco has a caffeine buzz top speed of 60 mph.
Last seen at the recent Anime L.A. show, this Star Wars CR-X mod is every bit as awesome as it looks. From Yoda in the passenger seat to R2-D2 riding in the trunk, it’s the ultimate geek ride.
This tricked out BMW X6 comes to us courtesy of Moscow, Russia’s Met-R and Zaoor Design. The Interceptor body kit gives the dull old X6 an infusion of much-needed aggression.
Handmade from Pennsylvania cherry wood and aluminum, Level Eleven’s ultra-compact Pico-ITX computer build is a thing of beauty. Be jealous. You can’t buy one for yourself.
What do you get when you take Buzz Lightyear, rip him from his suit, and a T-800 Terminator took his place? The Buzzinator, that’s what. Peter Clute’s toy mashup is truly deviant – and awesome.
The case customizers over at Computer Choppers are at it again. This time, they’ve managed to dip an entire Xbox 360 in shiny 24-karat gold. For truly conspicuous consumers only.
OS X goes old school with this Victorian iMac mod; available for 20″ and 24″ Core 2 Duo iMacs, it’s sold as a set that includes an oak cover, faux-marble base, and keyboard trim.
You’ll need to hit 88 MPH and FPS to actually go back to the future, but we promise the effects in this DeLorean mod for Crysis/Crysis Wars will leave you like a slack-jawed Doc Brown.
Due out 2010 as a full game, Dino-D-Day is available as a prototype Half Life 2 mod; it envisions an alternate WW2 with the Allies fighting Nazis literally armed to the teeth. Thanks, Chris!
We’ve seen what Blade Runner might look like using CryEngine 2, but our pirate hats off to Hannes Appel for using it to create this glorious, grog-filled 5 min. video of Monkey Island 2.
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