With so many games coming out on Steam each week and the service’s fondness for focusing on “popular” and “recommended” new releases, it’s easier for smaller games to fall through the cracks. What’s On Steam is a website that gives every new game on Steam equal treatment.
iFixit, the people that rip apart brand new electronics
for your amusement to show you how to fix them, makes its own toolkit, and you can get it for $15 today.
It takes a lot of candies to evolve a pokémon in Pokémon Go, so you need to make sure you’re not wasting them. If you’re not sure if a pokémon you caught is worth evolving, this calculator can give you a fairly accurate estimate how strong they can get.
Tired of the same old, boring laminated pattern that's in all of your 3D printed stuff? Industrial design student Vimal Patel was, and so he decided to fashion himself a 3D doodler, out of a hot glue gun which he modded with a custom Lego extruder. You know, obviously.
Just when you think you're done with a game, along comes something that shows you're far from done: you just need to step outside your comfort zone.
Often unsung heroes of the gaming world, physics simulation, content development, and digital media service provider Havok celebrates 10 years of their logo showing up all over the damn place.
One thing about us here at Kotaku, we love a 3D Games Design Tool with a happy Atmosphere. Or an Atmosphir - as in the case of this 3D platform game maker from Minor Studios. It's a closed beta at the moment (you can sign up through their site) but from the video (see below the jump) it looks like a cross between a…