Here’s a trick that’s been around for a while but may have passed you by: secret category codes added by Netflix engineers that can help you narrow down your on-demand video choices. From classic war movies to Brazilian dramas, here’s how to dig deeper into the Netflix library.
This weekend, the Neopets forums got very active. Perhaps, the most active in a long time.
I've never been a big fan of sharks in massively-multiplayer online role-playing games, something to do with the giant, deadly bastard that used to swim in the harbor outside Freeport in EverQuest. I've never really warmed to pirates either, falling on the ninja side of that age-old debate. Combine the two and you've…
While I love LEGO in general, the Hero Factory lines and Bionicle before it never appealed to me. I'm a brick man. Still, a new LEGO game coming in January to mobile devices and web platform is a wonderful thing, even if it isn't as square as I'd like.
When I first loaded up Michael P. Consoli's Against the Wall I felt the early onset of panic. In front of me, stretching out in all four directions was a vertical wall made of blocks of varying sizes.
The colorful, imaginative online game from the team behind Flickr and the man behind Katamari Damacy goes live today at 1 p.m. eastern.
If you ever wanted to control where your tax dollars go, now's your chance. American Public Media, known mostly for their expansive public radio work, recently updated Budget Hero, a free web-based game where the player has the future of the nation's budget in their hands.
Star Trek - Infinite Space gets its first trailer today, giving us a glimpse of what the free-to-play game hopes to deliver.
After a little over four months on the job, Google's "game developer advocate" is no longer with the company. The development follows his discussion at GDC-Europe of Google's revenue plans for games sold over its Chrome Web Store
The maker of Farmville, shedding users by the millions, got a jolt of good news on Tuesday when the game's parent company reached an agreement with Facebook, settling a standoff over the handling of virtual currency transactions.
Caught in an apparent pissing match with Facebook, Farmville creators Zynga seems to be losing. Two weeks ago Zynga lost 3.1 million monthly active users. Last week they lost 4.2 million of them.
Fans of pre-graphical RPGs like Nethack and Rogue might occasionally wander out from their UNIX labs and find themselves confronted with a modern web browser.
As if poor Amy Winehouse hasn't got enough problems. What with the incessant hounding by tabloid journalists, wobbly live performances, a jailbird husband and — of course — the ever-rising price of crack.[via ]