Rejected by Apple for “encouraging behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device”, Carrot Pop's Send Me To Heaven arrives on Google Play, because no one cares if your Android device shatters on the pavement.
There has got to be a better way to obtain snake juice in order to produce antivenom than poking at them with your finger until they get angry enough to bite your face off. It's right there in the name of this free frightening iPad game—Killer Snake. Not Fluffy Snake. Not Mr. Cuddly McTouch-Hims. Killer Snake.
Really, EA, do you have to make the first gameplay footage for the next Medal of Honor game so damn dark, huh? We know the Frostbite 2 engine that the game's being built on can do all sorts of wonderful, amazing-looking things but we need to be able to see said things.
Three hours sleep plus recording with my iPhone 4 while driving on a dark and rainy night equals one mildly dangerous StarCraft II midnight launch video.
A group of three men in Stafford County, Virginia attempting to rob people responding to ads advertising a PlayStation 3 and an iPhone have authorities warning residents about the dangers of buying electronics through Craigslist.
Aion developer NCsoft and Rooster Teeth have teamed up to educate massively-multiplayer online game players about the dangers of mafia-run power-leveling operations that probably don't exist.
I'm not sure when there's so much interest here on Kotaku regarding Hello Kitty Online, and I'm not sure I really want to know, if only so I can maintain plausible deniability for whatever comes next. For whatever twisted reasons, the excitement is there, so I thought I'd let you in on the chance to gain prestige far…