Normally miniguns just sound like regular guns. With this mod, they can sound like Top Gun(s). Yes, I went there, and I'm not sorry. Not even a little bit.
Ralph Savelsberg wanted to build a LEGO fighter jet, so he figured he may as well build one of the most iconic out there: not just an F-14 Tomcat, but Maverick's F-14 Tomcat from 1986's Top Gun.
If you've got, I don't know,
a couple months nine years to kill with nothing else to do, start following @555uhz on Twitter. That person will let you watch Top Gun for free, just as long as you don't mind watching it without sound — and about a frame at a time.
There are two things to know about the new Top Gun jet combat game: 1) Its creators have changed lines from its '80s Tom Cruise inspiration for the worse and 2) it'd be better if it wasn't about Top Gun.
About two years ago, a guy posted a how-to for turning old NES cartridges into a harmonica. If you lack the tools, know-how, or NES carts to make one yourself, someone's now selling them, for $24.99.
Last year, Days of Thunder quickly asserted itself as a serious arcade racer on the iPhone. Paramount's back with Top Gun, looking to do the same for combat flyers.
I mentioned earlier this week the CBC's misguided attempts at laying the blame of Brandon Crisps' death at the feet of pro-gaming, and not society, his parents or Crisp himself.