It’s not Seven Deadly Sins over at Humble Bundle, not yet. We’re only at the Seven Deadly Sims and they’re full of temptation.
Supplement Timing has crossed the line and come to the geek side with a simply remarkable collection of shoe designs.
Fivesquid.com looks to be a river to Fivver. In other words; people will do mini projects for you for £5. Who might use such services? Busy geeks, that’s who. What might geeks be interested in? How about a family tree mapping characters to the talent behind the voices? Let’s not be too cynical; let’s enjoy […]
Photographer John Jiao did a great job with this snap. The cosplayer is Lainey Cat, who sells prints via Etsy, and has captured a perfect human-style GLaDOS. Isn’t that exactly the sort of smile that you shouldn’t trust?
A clever idea from Lisa Rye. She calls this helpful fellow “The Gentlemanly Escort Cube” and notes how the Cube will hold down buttons for Victorian ladies as they proceed along their way.
If you’ve seen the original Dumb Ways to Die then you’ll recognise the song. You don’t need to have the award winning safety video that was ultimately trying to persuade people not to be stupid around trains to enjoy this remake. You just need to like Portal. At the time of writing nearly 2,500,000 people […]
The Happy Little Gaming books by Joey Spiotto are an imaginary line with some great covers. Right now you can pop over to G1988 and check out his work and buy some of the new prints. The designs shown here are less exclusive on on sale from his Etsy Store. I think the Happy Little […]
As it turned out there was some interest in the Ska version of Game of Thrones‘ iconic opening theme. So; could it get any stranger? There’s Game of Turrets. The vocals here are by the video’s creator Harry Callaghan and if you’re a true fan you can download the tune at Bandcamp. If you’re musically […]
This Companion Cube wedding cake sends a good message. We’ll be together for ever and ever. Just like a companion cube and friend. It also reminds us that there will be cake. Via Geek Art Gallery.
Joe Penna, aka Mystery Guitar Man invited Peter Hollens over to his YouTube channel to cover the ending track from Portal 2. The result is a mashup of Hollens’ vocals, Penna’s guitar and some Portal gun effects mucking around with the grid screen video you tend to get with cappellas.