Thor shouldn’t have problems with basic furniture from Ikea. But, instead of using his hammer, he’s sitting there in silence, completely confused.
While browsing his local Ikea for functional furniture at reasonable prices, Redditor voodoocode snapped a shot of some of the company's upcoming lineup of fake placeholder video games. I would pay $100 for Grand-ma's Auto.
It's one of life's toughest challenges. Now it's one of video games' toughest challenges.
Swedish furniture behemoth IKEA has very nice, very large catalogues that I had thought contained hundreds of very staged, very nice photos. Turns out that assumption was only half right.
You know who digs Ikea? Japan, that's who. Ikea stores are popular destinations for shoppers. And what better way to go to Ikea than in Tokyo's Ikea monorail? No, make that, the Ikea "Party Train."
"Finally a beautiful, fun, frustratingly rewarding trampoline game for the iOS!" began the email from developer Joel Blanco Berg, at which point I stopped and thought about how the use of finally suggests someone was desperately waiting for a trampoline game to come out. Then I watched the trailer for Bouncy!, and…
A visit to IKEA usually means house moving, renovating, and too much fun spent with LEGO for grown-ups. But is there an element of videogame design hidden away within the Swedish minimalism?
Finally a solution for gamers who want to game but just don't have the upper body strength to support their own arms.
This hits close to home, because home is a shithole (that's what $1500 rents you in Silicon Valley) and I'll soon be paying IKEA plenty to make it look less so, because it's right around the corner in the East P.A. and I can't afford Ethan Allen. And if you want to trick out your Sims pad with BJARNUM or HENSVIK or…