Blue's News share an addicting playable game demonstration/demo. (randomized too each time you play it!) titled "The Binding of Isaac" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Newgrounds -- "... The Binding of Isaac is a randomly generated action role playing game (RPG) shooter with heavy Rogue-like elements. Following Isaac on his journey players will find bizarre treasures that change Isaac's form giving him super human abilities and enabling him to fight off droves of mysterious creatures, discover secrets and fight his way to safety."
It8bit has a collection of wallpapers, images, merchandises, artworks, etc.
Blue's News share a two pages Cracked article, with cussings like in the title, on the "five (5) classic games you didn't know had what the f**k (WTF) backstories" -- "A lot of classic arcade games have straight-forward, logical plots that drive them: Turtle dragon stole your woman, stomp mushrooms until he gives her back.
Blue's News share a cute Flash puzzle game titled "Catch the Candy" on Games For Work and its official web site, Bored.com. Also, Bored.com has the sequel game titled "Catch the Candy Mech" -- "Get to the candy by grappling the environment or pushing objects away. Touch the candy to move on." and "Catching candy has never been so much fun! Use your extendable sticky arm to grab candy ..."
Kotaku shares the first four episodes (more to come too) to Japanese's Retro Game Master/GameCenter CX -- "... television series where Shinya Arino, a member of comedy duo Yoiko, plays Japan's most popular video games (a majority of which are Family Computer games) and records his progress as he works through a time limit, usually lasting up to one day. He is supported by his Assistant Directors (herein referred to as ADs) and Staff, both via moral support and actual gameplay. The Retro Game Master host in figurine form.
Dorkly shows a funny comic strip showing "Videogame Fantasy Versus/Vs. Reality".
Walyou shares "17 of the Greatest Super Mario Bros Jokes and Parodies -- Super Mario with his chubby figure, iconic mustache and ever smiling face has always been a source of entertainment since we were kids/children. And now, when our definition of fun has evolved to be much more complicated than just sitting in front of the computer trying to save the princess, Internet community feels the need to borrow his image to joke around..."