Microsoft has a little hidden web game available called Escape from XP.
Stratolith is a game coming in Winter 2014 for PC, Mac, and iPad.
‘Terms and Conditions May Apply’ is an award winning documentary about EULAs, Terms and Conditions, and Privacy Policies.
Data Dealer is a web game where you strive to climb the market dealing and profiting from private information. Think Farmville for personal data.
April Fools is upon us once again. Google has had a pretty good presence at making jokes in previous years but this year it seems visitors are receiving the jokes with a little disdain. I have seen a handful of comment threads today filled with grumbling where people mention that Google has put more work […]
If you have your nose buried in spreadsheets all day at the office, you might enjoy a little change of pace even with Excel open. Cary Walkin, a chartered accountant up in the great white north, has created an RPG using just Excel’s macro system. It works on the Windows versions of Excel 2007 – 2013. […]
The last Chrome Experiment called Super Sync Sports had you sync your phone with your computer for multiplayer racing, biking, and swimming. This new experiment utilizes your phone’s accelerometer to control a ball as it rolls over a website you specify turned into a maze.
Google announced on the official Google Blog about a new Chrome Experiment called Super Sync Sports. The concept is to use Chrome on both your desktop and mobile devices to play a single player or multiplayer game with your device as a controller. In the title game, you run, swim, or bike against the computer or […]
Usenet is an Internet classic for newsgroups established back in 1980. While the majority of the world might have moved on to websites, Napster, then peer-to-peer connections, Usenet persevered. In recent years, Usenet and seedboxes have been growing in popularity for sake of secure connections, bandwidth caps, and higher-quality, reputable files to download. In addition […]
Amazon.com published a press release yesterday that announced the arrival of an app for Amazon Instant Video on Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U console. Since my previous articles on how to install the Netflix app on the Nintendo Wii and on the Sony PlayStation 3 continue to be popular articles, I presumed that an article […]
Malbolge, the programming language, was named after the eighth circle of hell in Dante’s Inferno when it was created in 1998 by Ben Olmstead. The language was designed specifically to be impossible to program with. It has been relinquished to the public domain by its creator, who also created Dis. The esoteric language made a cameo […]