Let’s bow our heads for six seconds of silence: Vine is closing down. The video looping service doesn’t fit in with Twitter’s plans for the future, which means you’re going to have to go elsewhere for your micro-movie-making exploits. In the announcement of its closure, Vine said it plans on “keeping the website online
When Pokémon Go players see a good Pokémon spawn on the map, everyone will start running toward it, even if it’s not particularly rare. It was only a matter of time before someone took advantage of this phenomenon.
Yeah that seems familiar. Happens with everyone, especially if it’s some open world game, with mixed up controls.
Lots of countries are good at Vine. It should be no surprise that Japan is one of them.
Cavern Kings, as it's called, is an infinite action-platformer for PC that gets harder the longer you play. It's a very leaderboardsy game, and it's actually quite a bit deeper than it looks.
Vines may only be about six seconds long, but that's all Zach King needs to to pull an awesome trick, illusion or silly stunt. And before you can react or wonder how he did it, boom, he hits you with another neat parlor trick.
That's one way to ease the hangover after New Years Eve, whether it was about playing games all night, or doing something else.
Thank you for the Vine, Neat Dude and reminding us the worst moments of online gaming. This could be any game, really. Lag has no boundaries!
There should really be a QWOP mini-game in GTA V; sometimes the physics are just as hilarious. And if you ever wondered what these failed parkour attempts would look like in real life, well, thanks to Vine your wish is now granted.
What an age we live in! A treadmill and some snacks are enough to make your own rhythm game—or at least something similar, as this short Vine, posted by Savannah, shows.
It really seems like Vine is taking off as a medium—this compilation video by VineCompilations is just the cream of the crop for the month of August. Which is to say, a single month gives us all of this! Amazing.
This is the one we've all been waiting for, friends. Grumpy Cat and Lil Bub, two of the biggest celebrities in the feline world, have finally met.
Kotaku head honcho Stephen Totilo is absolutely in love with Vine, and he shares his love with you in the form of a trio of bite-sized booth tours of the big three at E3.
And they're doing so adorably. D'aww. As captured by Kotaku's Kirk Hamilton, at Nintendo's E3 demo area in Los Angeles.
Twitter's new video service—Vine, which lets you create six second looping videos—launched recently and has exploded in popularity. Some gamers seized on it as a chance to express their love of the hobby. Here are just a few of the best posts we found on Vine so far.
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