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Awesomely cool Batman jewelry

I love it when I find a cool new shop. Introducing SuperHeroStuff which seems to have a whole host of awesomely cool stuff. Er, superhero stuff. Of course, you probably know about these guys already and I’m just playing catch up. Here’s a little collection of Batman jewelry as an example. It’s all neat. Batman […]

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Battlefield Press’s Double Spiral War to use the 12°

Battlefield Press, the company responsible for the Open Anime RPG system and Gaslight, has struck a deal with Rouge Games to make use of 12° rule system. 12° was created by Richard Iorio II and James Maliszewski, aka Rouge Games, and is used in games like Colonial Gothic, Thousand Suns and Shadow, Sword & Spell. […]

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Lazy Teenage Superheroes

Here’s a video going viral that deserves to be famous. It’s called Lazy Teenage Superheroes and they say it had a budget of $300. If that’s right then the effects they achieve are pretty awesome. Michael Ashton also gets mega cook points for creating this, directing, editting and making the special effects. Ashton doesn’t star […]

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Project Space Planes: 200 paper planes launched from space!

Geek Native first wrote about Project Space Planes back in October 2010. Back then Samsung had the plan of collecting messages on to SD cards, sticking them on paper planes and then dropping those planes from space. The goal? Show how robust the Samsung memory cards are by letting people find the planes and cards […]

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LittleBigPlanet 2 in real life

Something to distract you this lunch time. This isn’t about Sack Boy escaping Little Big Planet to invade our life and jump on our cows. No. This is about Little Big Planet being made real and manifest by the talented team at Escapist Magazine. It’s never wise to check out YouTube comments. This is one […]

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Camera attached to an arrow

Late last year we had a cool video from a camera attached to a sword. Where could we go from that? What about a camera attached to an arrow? That’s exactly what Jeremiah Warren has given us. It combines both technical mastery – fixing the camera so it didn’t make firing the arrow impossible – […]

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Turn your home into a Mega Man game

I like this. You can get a pair of sheets (made from Re-Stik™ vinyl, oh yeah) that contain dozens of Mega Man wall decorations. The whole re-stick thing mean you can stick them up, remove them and leave no residue. As a result these decals might be safe for office walls… at least, that’s what […]

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Al Seeger and Point of Insanity Game Studio interview

Al Seeger is the mastermind behind Point of Insanity Games Studio. The studio, which Al modestly describes as a ‘one man band’, is responsible for some innovative RPG work. Point of Insanity Game Studio’s “MADS” or Mental, Attack, Defense, Skill system began life as a character conversion system but evolved significantly over the years, even […]

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Are Wizards of the Coast about to announce D&D 5e?

Update: A year after this post was written, Wizards of the Coast announced D&D 5e. It will be, in part, crowd sourced.  There’s some speculation out there in interwebyland that Wizards of the Coast are working on the 5th edition of Dungeons and Dragons. Speculation kicked off with Bill Slavicsek‘s Ampersand article called Icy Winds […]

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Optimus Prime amigurumi

Some geeky mashups are just unexpected. I’d suggest that an Optimus Prime amigurumi is one such treat. Crochet robots in disguise? It’s Voxmortuum’s who now a worldwide geek hero and I can only imagine their Flickr account is enjoying a healthy dose of visitors.

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