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Worm Land -- A Flash action game with a giant worm.

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Blue's News shares a Flash action game titled "Worm Land" where the player is a giant worm, looks like a giant Dune sandworm, who must travel around in its planet and destroy humans and their stuff. Also, the player can get upgrades.

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Balantris = Balancing + Tetris -- A Flash Puzzle Game

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Blue's News share an addicting Flash puzzle game titled "Balantris" -- "Balance Tetris shapes on the beam. Don't let the beam tip as you stay under the red line."

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Neonblox -- A Flash game like Breakout and Tempest, but in circular format.

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Blue's News share a Flash game titled "Neonblox -- "Destroy all the blocks in each tunnel using the yellow disk. Like a cross between Tempest and Breakout." Its control is weird due to circular format.

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Pac/Puck-Man Versus/Vs. Mario

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VideoSift shares a weird one minute and 24 seconds drawing animation, on YouTube

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Mr. Bounce -- A Flash Game

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Boing Boing shares a Flash game titled "Mr. Bounce" -- "Neon colors, ball physics, crazy music and highly enjoyable game play -- what else do you need? Mr. Bounce adds new ingredients to the classic formula 'Avoid missing ball for high score': Would you like some trajectory projection and slow motion for a satisfying sense of control? Add a serious amount of bouncing elements, plus blockers, pipes and wind. Let's bounce! ..."

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Medieval Tron

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Neatorama shares a funny comic strip titled "Medieval Tron"

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IGN's Ultimate Games-to-Film Guide

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Digg shares a six pages IGN article that shares "the latest word on every videogame adaptation brewing in Hollywood. Movie studios have been mining the videogame industry for creative ideas since the early 1990s. Given nearly 20 years to crack the formula, you'd think that Hollywood would have a better track record. Sadly, many game-to-film adaptations haven't lived up to expectations... But there is a bright side... We've seen more than a few successes...

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Tetris'D = Tetris + Platformer With A Cool Theme Music Remix

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Digg shares a Flash game titled "Tetris'D: The Game" -- "... Avoid the deadly tetrominoes and stay alive as long as you possibly can. The game goes on for as long as you can stay alive. The goal is to get the highest score possible..."

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Mythbusters: The Truth Behind 10 Great Videogame Myths

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Digg shares a two pages Crispy Gamer article on ten truths behind ten great videogame myths -- "We look at some of the most enduring myths surrounding games and the industry to see if there's any truth to these legends..."

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10 Fan-Made Trailers (Embedded YouTube Videos) to Video Game Movies

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Digg shares an Unreality article on ten fan-made trailers, with their embedded YouTube videos to video game movies

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As a current video and/or computer gamer, how old are you?

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The evolution of Japanese's Television/TV/Telly game spots/commercials/advertisements (ads.).

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Digg shares a four pages GameRadar article, with embedded short YouTube videos, on "the evolution of Japanese game commercials. 30 years of daft, brilliant and disturbingly odd television/TV/telly skits. Japan has a well-earned reputation for daft, brilliant and disturbingly odd TV game commercials, but it took a long (sometimes painful) evolution along a course signposted by geeky TV celebs in bad jumpers during the 1980s and PlayStation-sophistication in the 1990s, for that rep to be won and maintained.

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Stumbling Towards Greatness: A Batman Retrospective

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Digg shares a 27 pictorial Web pages Joystiq article on the history of Batman video games: "Batman has had a long and (mostly) horrendous career as a video game crime fighter. While his big screen adventures have evolved into masterpieces, most of Batman's video game outings have made players want to poke out their eyes with a Batarang. To celebrate the arrival of Batman's latest and (we assure you) greatest adventure – Batman: Arkham Asylum – Joystiq looks back at the rest of the Caped Crusader's games.

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Did you know pinballs used to be illegal back in the old days before reading the article?

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11 Things You Didn't Know About Pinball History

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Neatorama shares a two pages PopularMechanics article on the eleven (11) things one probably didn't know about pinball history -- "Today, pinball may seem like a harmless, all-American pastime. But the game's history--from its rebellious roots to its nerdy present--is more bizarre than most people would imagine..."

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Have you ever watched someone playing the whole computer/video game(s)?

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Robot Chicken's Space Invaders and Mr. & Mrs. Brady (Bunch) Funny Spoofs/Parodies/Skits

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Robot Chicken has two funny skits/parodies/spoofs titled "Mr. & Mrs. Brady" (two minutes) and "Alien Front Line" (based on Space Invaders video game; one minute and three seconds).

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