This interactive game installed on traffic lights makes it fun to wait for the green man to appear

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in New Trends on Monday 8 December 2014

What do you do when you’re waiting for the green man to cross the street? Do you fidget with your smart phone, let your mind wander or plot revenge on that wailing baby living one floor below you? Well, the lucky folks in the city of Hildesheim, Germany have a better option. They can play […]

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Fontspotting: a challenge for typography nerds

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Products on Friday 27 September 2013

So you claim to be a typography nerd, do you? Well, we have just the challenge for you. Australian-based creatives, Dustin de Souza and Jessica Witt, have come up with a game that may be your undoing… or your making. FontSpotting is a flashcard game which tests players’ knowledge about the names of different typefaces. […]

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Decoherence: a point and click adventure game

Erin Emocling Contributor

By Erin Emocling in Cool Websites on Tuesday 20 August 2013

Decoherence¬†is a first person point and click adventure game which features both analogue photography and digital technology. It is created by associate producer/script advisor Rosemarie Short, head of wardrobe/stylist Emilia Pelech, lead coder/developer Janelle Vladimir, writer/designer Tobias Warwick Jones, and cinematographer/director Ellen Rogers. The game’s demo is still a work in progress so you better […]

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The Betting Bad Game: predict the end, earn points, beat your friends

Erin Emocling Contributor

By Erin Emocling in Video on Tuesday 20 August 2013

The most anticipated second half of Breaking Bad’s last season started airing last week and every fan of the show is breathing heavily as the story breaks even more badly. This amusing website, which is cleverly called Betting Bad, intensifies the show’s madness. The interactive website allows users to predict the end, earn points, and […]

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Play an immigration official in this new game by Lucas Pope

Nathan Marsh Reader Find

By Nathan Marsh in New Trends on Wednesday 14 August 2013

After a six year war, Arstotzka has reopened its border with Kolechia, and you are an immigration official inside a crossing checkpoint. This unenviable job is the basis for Lucas Pope’s new game, where you check visas and stamp passports. A growing influx of people are trying to resume their lives, but the political climate […]

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Colour game that freaks your eyes

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By James Crawley in Cool Websites on Saturday 29 December 2012

Most kids like crayons, pens, wrapping paper, cartoons and those shiny things that go on the end of shoe laces. Who am I kidding? Kids like colourful stuff that makes their face happy. This beautifully designed colour tester is a game for kids trapped in bigger bodies. It starts easy. The later levels made my […]

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Interactive Mad Men game

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By Samantha Dalrymple in Video on Tuesday 17 April 2012

Created for all you die-hard Mad Men fans, this interactive game on Youtube is super entertaining, from the graphics to the gameplay itself. With three different endings, it’s a sure way to kill some time.

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META Assassins: an experimental online game

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By Iceduster in Cool Websites on Friday 13 May 2011

A new experimental online game is taking the Facebook experience to a whole new level. META Assassins, a tournament-based assassination game, makes use of a downloadable plugin to detect browser activity and, in turn, triggers shootouts when your assigned ‘target’ lands on the same page. This concept game also features real jobs, like Streetview Surveillance […]

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Futurama for the NES

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in Video on Tuesday 19 April 2011

Oh man, I see they now have Futurama as an NES game. An NES GAME! Woohoo. Finally.

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