Intelligent games with mature themes can be great. But do they work as games? dracosummoner wants to hear your proposals.
What do you mean we're not taking the occupy protests seriously enough? Some folks have even interrupted their weekly Dungeons & Dragons sessions to show their support. And some haven't.
In the latest mash-up of the Pepper Spray Cop image that came out of the Ocupy UC Davis protests, Lt. John Pike finds himself on Mars on the cover of id Software's classic first-person shooter DOOM.
Maybe you don't quite know what all the Occupy Wall Street fuss is about. May you don't care. The MK12 creative collective does, though, and they've used the Atari classic Pong to illustrate the basic philosophy of the social protest movement. The changes happen slowly at first in the video. Things seem evenly…
As the Occupy Gotham demonstration continues, Batman attempts to explain to a group of protesters how the world needs Apple, Wayne Enterprises, Google, and Wayne Enterprises.
The hardest lesson taught by Tetris is that success isn't infinitely sustainable. Those blocks are going to get unmanageable at some point.
Would you shoot someone responsible for America's horrible housing market? Would you like to? What if you met his wife and kid first?
The Occupy Wall Street movement has gone global, and Taiwan is as upset about the division of power and wealth as the demonstrators in New York. To underline their anger, well, what better universal symbol than the Angry Birds, seen in posters throughout this Taiwanese news broadcast.