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Lonnie Plays Snake Rewind

The makers of Snake have come out with Snake Rewind, so Lonnie decided to try it out to see if it’s any good. Watch the video above to find out for yourself. More about Snake Rewind » The post Lonnie Plays Snake Rewind is from Slide To Play via YouTube.

'Stack Heroes' is a Fun Stacking Game Releasing Next Month

Did you ever play The Blocks Cometh [$0.99] and want to control the blocks falling down? Well, Stack Heroes is kind of like that. While other games in the "stack and build a tower" quasi-genre do exist, like The Tower [Free], this one has you building towers of many blocks of different sizes as high

Auroch Digital is Bringing Games Workshop's 'Dark Future' to Mobile

Auroch Digital, the company behind the Chainsaw Warrior adaptations and responsible for the fascinating takes on warfare that was Narco Guerra and Endgame: Syria, is rebooting the Games Workshop cult classic boardgame, Dark Future, just in time for the upcoming global apocalypse. The boardgame was originally published in the 80s and has a very Mad

Levitating Objects In Paramagnetic Liquids

Two weekends ago was the Bay Area Maker Faire, and lacking a venue to talk to people who actually make things, we had a meetup at a pub. This brought out a ton of interesting people, and tons of interesting demos of what these people were building. Show More Summary

'MeatSlayer: Dash or Death' is a Game from Creators of 'theMeatly' Webcomic

The folks at theMeatly are known among game-dev circles for their webcomics about game development, especially on mobile. Now, they're making a game of their very own in their distinct art style, called MeatSlayer: Dash or Death. You'll be controlling the MeatSlayer, an eyepatch-wearing, meat-eating little chap who runs and punches stuff, like giant, meat-tossing

'Traps n' Gemstones' and Dozens of Other Games Are on Sale Right Now

While there's lots of sales that happen before any big holiday, such as Memorial Day, there's still a few stragglers and even some new sales that have popped up after the fact. The big one is Traps n Gemstones [$0.99] which is on a sale down from $4.99 to $0.99 this week. It's a top-notch

Angry Mob Games' 'Toysburg' Goes Worldwide Tomorrow

We've talked a few times about Muffin Knight [$0.99 / Free] developers Angry Mob Games' latest title, Toysburg. We have covered the game's initial trailer and soft launch in the past few months, but now we know when the game is coming out: this Wednesday, May 27th. Yep, it'll be part of the big releases

Endless Runner 'Lara Croft: Relic Run' Releases Worldwide

Run, Lara, Run! Sorry, I really couldn't resist making that joke. After being in soft launch for a while, the all-new Lara Croft: Relic Run [Free] is now out worldwide. As you can all probably guess from the title, LCRR is a Temple Run-like endless runner that pits the famous tomb raider against all kinds of enemies

Microsoft finally gets it

For a few years now, Microsoft has been an easy target for jokes and jabs. For starters, Steve Ballmer, likeable as he may be, was always adept at providing us with an endless stream of fascinating video clips. Second, because it took...Show More Summary

22 Bold predictions for Google IO 2015

if there's anything we've learned in the past 6 years of covering Google IO, it's to expect the unexpected. In that spirit we've combined our logical expectations with our deepest (and sometimes unrealistic) Android desires to formulate these 22 Bold predictions for Google IO 2015.

Multiplayer RTS 'The Ember Conflict' Goes Worldwide and Universal in June

We wrote about The Ember Conflict getting a soft launch back in January. This fast-paced RTS, designed for mobile but featuring real-time online multiplayer, has been getting tweaks and improvements ever since then, and the game is now scheduled for a worldwide launch on June 4th. The game was originally planned for April, but hey,

Android Auto puts Google Maps where they belong: Right in your dash

In-car navigation has a checkered history. Unquestionably useful, dashboard GPS systems usually have notoriously clunky interfaces. Settings and destinations can't be accessed outside of the dashboard. And since the software is rarely...Show More Summary

SMG's 'One More Dash' is the Follow-Up to 'One More Line', Releasing This Week

SMG's got a new game coming out this week, and it's One More Dash. This is a follow-up to the super-difficult grappling game One More Line [Free], which also served as a nice abstract art generator with all the line patterns that were formed. One More Dash will have you launching from circle to circle,

'Bad Dinos' Review - Yabba Dabba Defense

I, Nathan Reinauer, have a problem. Buried somewhere deep in my soul, I think I may have known it all along. I’ve tried to blame others, but I’m starting to believe it is, in fact, my fault. Yes, it’s time I face the music and finally admit it to the world: I’m bad at tower

Retrotechtacular: Hand-Synthesized Sound

When you think of early sound synthesis, what technologies come to mind? The Hammond Organ?  Or perhaps its predecessor, Thaddeus Cahill’s Telharmonium? In the early 1920s and 30s, many Bauhaus artists were using paper and film to synthesize...Show More Summary

'Pits of Death' Trailer Jingle Will Get Stuck in Your Head All Day

Pits of Death is coming out this wek from Rebisoft, and it promises to revive 80's-style handheld games. Like, pre-Game Boy. We're talking Game and Watch era LCD screens, though a bit more colorful. You'll be running around deadly labyrinths, trying to avoid the eponymous deadly pits, getting the arrow to kill the dragon. Pits

Science Fiction Is for Slackers

On Thursday, June 4, Future Tense—a partnership of Slate, Arizona State University, and New America—will host a debate in Washington, D.C., on the future of jobs. For more information and to RSVP, visit the New America website. On aShow More Summary

Robotic Cockroaches Are Perfect Tiny Aircraft Carriers for Robotic Birds

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Humanity wouldn’t be where it is today if we didn’t learn how to work together, but robots have once again demonstrated that they’re much faster at adapting than us because a robotic cockroach is now helping a robotic bird take flight without the need for a human to launch it. Read more...

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