VideoSift shared an over 1.5 minutes YouTube video showing "Pumpktris is a fully playable version of Tetris built into a pumpkin, with 128 Light Emitting Diode (LEDs) for the display and the stem serving as a game controller.
Dorkly showed six/6 pages of "The 30 Best Fanmade Videogame Movie Posters".
VideoSift shares a funny nine minutes and 42 seconds YouTube video showing a funny video showing both sides of kung fu fightings -- "As a martial artist, I find I am often asked the same questions over and over. I hear questions like... 'Can you fly?', 'How many bad guys could you take on?', 'What's the best defense against an attack?', and so on... So I thought that I would create an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) video for everyone. This way the next time you hear these frequently asked questions you know where to direct them..."
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Blue's News shared an addicting side-scrolling hack-and-slash game Flash game titled "Double Edged" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Nitrome -- "Co-op beat-em-up set in ancient Greece with huge mythical bosses." and "... Fight your way through ancient Greece with everything from swords to chickens. Pick up coins from fallen baddies and destroyed treasure chests to increase your score. The game can be played with one player or two players on the same computer. The controls for both players can be customized prior to starting a game." The game also has humor.