The Burntwire Brothers rolled the dice by converting their attic into the Ultimate D&D room, but it’s paid off: it sports a strobe and fog machine, D&D movie props, and a portcullis closet.
Porsche’s not the only luxury automaker showing off in Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz has unloaded 100 new photos of its collection of 1,500 exhibits and 160 cars, some dating back to 1886.
With recent financial troubles Dubai World’s Marvel Theme Park may be a flight of fancy, but it’s still a super heroic idea: it’ll feature attractions for Spiderman, the X-Men, and more.
The men’s club gets a classy reboot at John Allan’s, which has 5 locations in NYC and Chicago; amenities include flat screen TVs, pool tables, an on-site cafe/bar, and full-service grooming.
Galactic Suites plans to open the first space hotel in 2012; $4.4 million buys you a 3-day stay (with 15 sunrises/day), a velcro-covered suit, and 8 weeks of training on a tropical island.
Pittsburgh-based ScareHouse flips the steampunk genre on its head with their latest haunted house, Rampage; think mad scientists, machine guns, and a bit of George Orwell’s 1984.
Wayne Eyre’s Submarine room is a crush depth-worthy man cave: it sports a working periscope, plutonium torpedoes, an island bar, and of course, a big screen TV with surround sound.
After their awesome Fallout reenactment, Russian live-action fans hit much closer to home with this STALKER LARP; over 200 players were involved, albeit in Vyborg instead of Chernobyl.
Good news for Muggles and magicians alike: The Wizarding World will open in Spring 2010 at the Universal Studios Orlando theme park; Flight of the Hippogriff to Hogwarts Castle, anyone?
Switzerland is renowned for finances, but this Swiss DNA Bank is for files and genetic code: it’ll store your data and a DNA sample in a nuke-proof vault in the Swiss Alps.
You’ll need to bring your own Zat guns, but this Stargate-themed Airsoft Field based near Coventry, UK lets you take on the Goa’uld with replica Stargate and dialer. Thanks, Aaron!
Staffed with Shaun of the Dead lookalike bartenders, Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den is a decidedly undead unfriendly bar: it’s got a chainsaw in the corner for those special outbreaks.
Running from July 2nd-5th, ToorCamp 2009 is the first US full-scale hacker camp and will take place in a Titan-1 Missile Silo in Washington State; no starting WW3 or anything, okay?
Amsterdam’s MiNiBAR‘ is a self-serve, bartender-less concept; guests are provided a key to one of 45 pre-stocked fridges, essentially giving you your own private bar with no wait times.
America’s economy may be tanking, but South Korea is going ahead with Robotland, a $559 million theme park scheduled to be open in 2012; check out the giant, 50 story Taekwon V!
Mannerspielplatz is a German theme park that literally translates to “men’s playground,” with everything from Hummers and ATVs to earthmovers and helicopters.
Like Build-A-Bear for geeks, Robot Galaxy lets you build your own ‘bots from a variety of bodies, arms and legs; you can even go online to get new sound effects, eye colors and voices.
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