A new tool dodges censorship by converting text-based messages into automated game commands. Zerg rush! The post An App That Hides Secret Messages in Starcraft-Style Games appeared first on WIRED.
Tutorial Central got me with his third tip of his recent video, which is about losing gloriously in StarCraft II and other competitive games. I'd be stunned if someone paused the game during a carefully planned zerg rush to start talking about a broccoli accident in the kitchen. Read more...
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I knew about some of these Google tricks already… Atari Breakout, the Zerg Rush, "Do a barrel roll!" But I didn't know about all of them. Read more...
Talk about a zerg rush...
In music theory, there's a series of notes called a tritone interval. (I'm a writer and a Rock Band player, not a musician, so bear with me, band members.) The tritone consists of three different whole tones: The first sets the stage, marks the spot on the musical scale that our ear can attune itself to. Show More Summary
Zerg Rush! StarCraft ® II: Heart of the Swarm ™ Now Live New expansion follows Kerrigan through vengeance-fueled campaign, adds deadly new multiplayer units, and introduces several new features for players of all skill levels IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Hail to the Queen of Blades! Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. Show More Summary
Let the zerg rushing begin. StarCraft II's first expansion comes out tomorrow, and to celebrate, Blizzard is streaming StarCrafty things all day. More »
It's a good day to be a human! Not only are we at the top of the food chain here on Earth, but according to a recent study by researchers at the Royal Observatory of Edinburgh, we Terrans would totally run the show in the StarCraft universe if it were to actually play out in real life.
The Zerg will rush onto PC and Mac in StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm on March 12, 2013, Blizzard announced this morning. The expansion will come in three editions, ranging from $40 to $80 depending on how much extra gubbins you want with your sci-fi RTS. Show More Summary
Editor's note: Our guy at Thwacke, a Canadian outfit that advises game developers in all things science, writes to us and says he's got an expert who can explain how the Zerg in Starcraft have a whole lot in common with real insects. Are we interested? Of course we are! Read on, unless you're squeamish... More »
Almost as a dare, Shoryuken challenged its fans to produce a fighting game-style controller for Starcraft II. Mauricio Romano took them up on that contest and won with a surprisingly polished arcade stick of his own. Its cornerstone is a heavily modified Ultrastik joystick that's turned into an on-controller, two-button mouse. Show More Summary
I have the feeling this might be a bit old, so apologies if you’ve already seen this, but how could I not post this Australian Dance crew busting out some StarCraft-inspired dance moves (apparently) to a bizarre hip hop track loaded with Starcraft II references. Not being the biggest fan of the game, a few of the references sailed right over my head, but still, I enjoyed it!
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Google Easter egg eats away search results
Go to Google and perform a search for 'Zerg Rush.' It will start off as an innocent search result listing but you will soon realise each result is part of a game and you have to stop the Google 'zeros' from eating through them. All you have to do is shoot at the zeros, aiming them in your crosshairs. Show More Summary
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Did you do it it yet? If not, you're missing out. For some unknown reason the fine folks over at Google today have added a hilarious little feature for anyone who searches "zerg rush." We don't want to spoil it for anyone, but suffice it to say that if you do, you better be prepared to do a whole lot of clicking to protect your search results...
Google’s latest Easter egg turns your search results into a shootout against red and yellow zeroes, plunking down and around the page to devour the user’s search results. Your job is to protect your search results and sidebar from these mini zergs.
Quick, get your trigger finger ready. Head over to Google.com and type “zerg rush” (without the quotes) into the search field. Clicking on the search icon or hitting return on your keyboard will cause the Google logo to drop tons …