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WITH VOLUMETRIC GOD RAYS!!

Skyrim Remastered [The Verge] Nearly five years after it first came out, Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim continues to have a very impressive fan base that keeps the game pretty through HD mods. Now it's Bethesda's turn: at its E3 press conference, the company has announced a remastered version of Skyrim coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. [more inside]
posted by Fizz on Jun 26, 2016 - 56 comments

COMPUTER_

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You’re A Computer. 
Can You Pass The Turing Test?
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(Single link Clickhole game)
posted by Artw on Jun 9, 2016 - 37 comments

Nova Alea

Nova Alea is a small real-estate speculation game loosely modeled on the rent-gap theory. Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. [more inside]
posted by clorox on Jun 7, 2016 - 7 comments

<3 <3 <3 Tormund and Brienne forever <3 <3 <3

Tormund thinks Brienne is beautiful (possible spoilers for the Game of Thrones HBO series)
posted by deathpanels on May 30, 2016 - 47 comments

Idle Hands Do The Factory's Work

Kill some time building a production line with factoryidle, an idle game about factories.
posted by cortex on May 26, 2016 - 232 comments

(Oh yeah!) I heard there was a secret chord

Did you ever realize that the word "Hallelujah" has the same syllable count and stress pattern as "Waluigi?"
SO!: It's a Cold and a Broken Waluigi - And here, with adjusted lyrics (but without the voice) [more inside]
posted by JHarris on May 25, 2016 - 28 comments

Whatever it is, the music is fucking annoying

Art or junk?
posted by MoonOrb on May 15, 2016 - 11 comments

The Holy Trinity – Paddle, Ball and Blocks

"Although it will seem remedial to mention this, all Breakout-style games have at least three things in common – each contains paddles, balls, and target objects for the balls to hit." -- Lego Bricktopia level designer, Mark Nelson, shares his vast of knowledge of Breakout-style games (previously 1, 2) in Breaking Down Breakout: System And Level Design For Breakout-style Games. [more inside]
posted by Room 641-A on May 13, 2016 - 12 comments

buff anthro pokemon

buff anthro pokemon
posted by clorox on May 12, 2016 - 22 comments

Welcome. Delicious friend.

Victorian London has Fallen... into the Earth. Or perhaps it was stolen? [more inside]
posted by anotherpanacea on May 12, 2016 - 37 comments

"I started with a box and some leg sticks."

ActualDog is making a game about rectangular pink dogs. This is the development log, which is six pages of amazing gifs of rectangular pink dogs doing rectangular pink dog stuff.
posted by cortex on May 12, 2016 - 20 comments

Du luktar som en get!

How to play Skitgubbe, the "Swedish Goat Game"
posted by DoctorFedora on May 9, 2016 - 8 comments

MondriPong

A Piet Mondrian-themed version of Pong you can play in your browser.
posted by Cash4Lead on May 6, 2016 - 8 comments

The first time my ass touched porcelain I was already a married man.

Game developers must avoid the "Pay Me For My Work" attitude
posted by Harvey Kilobit on Apr 19, 2016 - 96 comments

Supper Mario Broth

Supper Mario Broth is a wonderfully obsessive blog devoted to all sorts of Super Mario Brothers minutia. Really, you are not prepared for this. Things like.... [more inside]
posted by JHarris on Apr 18, 2016 - 18 comments

A graphical programming toy for Monday

BOX-256 BOX-256 is a 8-bit fantasy computer, with 256 bytes of memory, 16 color 16x16 display. It is also a programming game, where the player tries to pass the graphics tests and optimize the code to perfection. The ultimate goal is to use as little CPU cycles as possible, by employing multithreading and other optimization tricks. A manual is available.
posted by boo_radley on Apr 18, 2016 - 19 comments

Curbing toxic game culture

League of Legends has 67 million players and grossed an estimated US$1.25 billion in revenue last year. But it also has a reputation for toxic in-game behaviour, which its parent company, Riot Games in Los Angeles, California, sees as an obstacle to attracting and retaining players. So the company has hired a team of researchers to study the social — and antisocial — interactions between its users.
posted by latkes on Apr 13, 2016 - 47 comments

Flickr Photobomber Tagged Image Game

Solve simple puzzles using tagged images from Flickr. That's it.
posted by MoonOrb on Apr 10, 2016 - 17 comments

"How to Become Famous on the Internet"

The memorable URL damn.dog hides a game where you try to guess the titles of WikiHow articles by one of their illustrations.
posted by JHarris on Apr 10, 2016 - 28 comments

Yes, zombies can swim.

Corpseburg lays a zombie survival skin over Google Maps. Punch in an address to create a map. Scavenge local schools, businesses and hospitals for food, weapons, meds and barricade materials.
posted by klangklangston on Apr 9, 2016 - 12 comments

No Spingus Pelb Only Final Destination

On April Seriousness Day, Vinny from Vinesauce streamed himself playing and watching four instalments of an obscure but beloved video game franchise. What, you've never heard of Scrimmy Bingus "and the" Crungy Spingus? [more inside]
posted by BiggerJ on Apr 6, 2016 - 7 comments

Is this Prime?

The Is this prime? game tests you as you sort numbers into prime and non-prime. Click Yes or No or type Y or N on the keyboard. Uses JavaScript. [more inside]
posted by Clinging to the Wreckage on Mar 18, 2016 - 47 comments

Katamari Damacy is pretty much the same.

Game Box Art Recreated With Cute Japanese Stock Art
posted by curious nu on Mar 9, 2016 - 6 comments

You have one hour. Good luck.

The team that brought you the Real Life First Person Shooter has struck again with Real Life Hitman which is even more impressive. Behind the scenes.
posted by Rhomboid on Mar 9, 2016 - 31 comments

Is the Competitive Bridge World Rife with Cheaters?

Billionaires, partying until the early morning, and Internet sleuthing: A recent scandal that rocked the world of high stakes contract bridge has it all.
posted by reenum on Mar 9, 2016 - 68 comments

The most heroic word in all languages is PASTRAMI ON RYE

So on the night of the New Hampshire primary, MSNBC's Chris Hayes accidentally referred to the democratic socialist senator running for President as "Bernie Sandwiches". There was much guffawing, punnery and memeing. And now it's a game, for iOS and Android. The staff from All In w/ Chris Hayes is reportedly entranced. (Note: the Bernie Sanders caricature in the game comes from DonkeyHotey, though it's used without attribution.)
posted by Cash4Lead on Mar 7, 2016 - 23 comments

League 1 America: The Soccer Revolution That Never Was

As the US searched for a new league after the 1994 World Cup, a rival to MLS emerged – complete with four goalmouths and striped pitches. [slGuardian]
posted by ellieBOA on Mar 2, 2016 - 26 comments

GOLDEN GLOBE COMBO!

LEO'S RED CARPET RAMPAGE
posted by fearfulsymmetry on Feb 16, 2016 - 21 comments

“There are a lot of pieces in this puzzle.”

In the Fractal Jigsaw Puzzle, each piece of the jigsaw (subsequent to the first) is made of a smaller, constituent puzzle. Confused? Watch the video, or just give it a whirl. Don’t worry about finishing it all in one go: the game saves your progress. [via mefi projects]
posted by Going To Maine on Feb 8, 2016 - 37 comments

“...we shed light on the scale of the role we play in killing...”

Hard Numbers Reveal Scale of America’s Trophy-Hunting Habit by Rachael Bale [National Geographic]
Sport hunters, those who kill animals for recreation rather than out of necessity, imported more than 1.26 million trophies to the U.S. in the decade from 2005 through 2014, according to a new analysis of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s import data by Humane Society International and the Humane Society of United States. That’s an average of 126,000 trophy imports a year, or 345 a day.
[more inside] posted by Fizz on Feb 8, 2016 - 67 comments

Even the title of the game was plagiarized.

ProbablyRichard spends an hour discussing the PC adventure game Limbo of the Lost. A game so bad and so terribly produced that "when the plagiarism was first discovered, many were incredulous that the developers could actually get away with such blatant copyright violation. Some posited that it may be an ARG (Alternate Reality Game)." and was eventually disowned by every person associated with it.
posted by boo_radley on Feb 5, 2016 - 7 comments

Quick+Regen+Slow

Colin Hanson, aka Active_ate, goes through the original (fan-translated) version of Final Fantasy V with only a single Time Mage character, and provides complete, exhaustive details of how this feat was achieved: Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3. From retrogaming enthusiast site Skirmishfrogs. [more inside]
posted by JHarris on Feb 2, 2016 - 16 comments

What can change the nature of a man?

Often considered to have the best writing of any game, 1999's Planescape Torment (as can be seen in this short video) is getting a spiritual successor. Torment: Tides of Numenera, now in early beta (the first 30 minutes of which can be seen in this Let's Play), features many of the same writers (plus other favorites). To see what made the first game so great, fans have turned the original Planescape game into surprisingly readable novels. One version just contains mostly the dialogue for one particular path through the game with just a little linking text (457 pages worth), the other features an expanded version with more original material (1,219 pages). Both are available in a variety of formats, and you can buy the original game as well.
posted by blahblahblah on Feb 1, 2016 - 53 comments

Your P-value is in another castle

Guess the Correlation: The aim of the game is simple. Try to guess how correlated the two variables in a scatter plot are. The closer your guess is to the true correlation, the better.
posted by Cash4Lead on Feb 1, 2016 - 25 comments

Make sure your friends never want to play Monopoly again

How to Win at Monopoly and Lose All Your Friends [via]
posted by figurant on Jan 27, 2016 - 109 comments

Ridealong: The Flotilla That Will Cross The Galaxy

~900 players will spend 3 months crossing the galaxy in Elite: Dangerous.
posted by curious nu on Jan 26, 2016 - 30 comments

"Pinball Palace was a small, almost hidden place...

...tucked between the Jerry Lewis Movie theater and a specialty bra shop. From the outside, it looked forbidden and dangerous, two things that combined to point a beckoning finger at me.
Gina opened the door and I followed, knowing that this was exactly the kind of place my parents warned me about."
-- Michele Catalano, on the lost age of pinball.
posted by JHarris on Jan 26, 2016 - 18 comments

Hyper Speed Walking to Parallel Universes via Scuttlebug Raising

Scott Buchanan is a Super Mario 64 challenge runner who can do amazing things in the game while pressing buttons as little as possible. Here's a 25 minute long video of him collecting the Watch for Rolling Rocks in Hazy Maze Cave star while only pressing the A button one half of a time.
posted by Small Dollar on Jan 25, 2016 - 39 comments

You go to war with the app you have, not the app that you might want.

Have you ever wished there was a way to play solitaire while still viewing inspirational wartime content of Winston Churchill? Do you have an iPhone? Well, has Donald Rumsfeld (best known for such previous non-mobile hits as the admittedly buggy Iraq War) got the game for you! [more inside]
posted by corb on Jan 23, 2016 - 19 comments

HOP | SING | EAT

Your frog's name is Gugget. They are a Orange-Banded Tree Frog. Cherish this frog. Begin Frog.
posted by Solon and Thanks on Jan 22, 2016 - 30 comments

Game Music's New Canon

Jeremy Parish writes about video game(-ish) music label Brave Wave and has interviews with Ninja Gaiden composer Keiji Yamagishi and Mega Man composer Manami Matsumae, both artists on the label. (Brave Wave previously)
posted by curious nu on Jan 20, 2016 - 3 comments

Complete, with a breakdown rap, even.

Video game composer (and longtime video game remixer) jake has composed an album on behalf of a boy band. A boy band composed of established video game villains, including Ganon(dorf) and brooding bad boy Sephiroth. He and a group of video game YouTubers have finished recording, and now there's a video! [via mefi projects]
posted by ignignokt on Jan 1, 2016 - 10 comments

Where is 2016?

After completing the ten-year-long Submachine storyline (previously), browser game developer Mateusz Skutnik is looking to the futu-- wait crap where is it. Dammit it was right here WHERE IS IT (goddammit this just keeps happening)
posted by BiggerJ on Dec 30, 2015 - 3 comments

Secret Hitler, the party game!(?)

At The Awl, Rob Dubbin describes a sincere unease about a new Kickstarter card game smash hit, "Secret Hitler". [more inside]
posted by Glinn on Dec 27, 2015 - 100 comments

Happy Zelda Day!

Zelda Day 2015:
  • If you love the NES original but are sad you know where everything is, try the Zelda Randomizer! (Windows EXE, requires ROM). Tries to guarantee solvable games! YouTube play.
  • Did you know that, in the original releases of N64 Ocarina of Time, if you hold the R button down when you get a certain item, you get a different one instead? Info with more OoT glitches.
  • From Double Fine! Devs Play The Legend of Zelda, four parts: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
  • Fan animation, "Racing For Rupees".

posted by JHarris on Dec 26, 2015 - 32 comments

It is finished.

It began in September 2005. Nobody could have foreseen that a story would unfold at all, let alone the one that did. Today, it ends: Mateusz Skutnik's Submachine 10: The Exit. (Don't play until you've finished 1 through 9 first.) [more inside]
posted by BiggerJ on Dec 21, 2015 - 9 comments

familiar to cat-owners

Christmas Cat [more inside]
posted by the man of twists and turns on Dec 18, 2015 - 60 comments

"The simplest answer is: More gaming choices."

The 2015 People's Choice Top 100 Solo Tabletop Games: a list produced by BoardGameGeek's 1 Player Guild in connection with the 1 Player Podcast. Over 200 voters today put the Mage Knight Board Game in the top spot once more, but a number of smaller/shorter games made the top 10 too. The group's FAQ "Why do some people play solitaire board games?" explains how solo tabletop gaming complements multiplayer and digital board gaming. This week, incidentally, the iOS Board Games blog is synopsizing the latter in its annual Digital Board Games Gift Guide. [more inside]
posted by Wobbuffet on Dec 17, 2015 - 23 comments

You broke my videogames and I like it. -- not_on_display

To avoid spoilers by quoting JHarris from here, "Retro Sabotage is a collection of recreations of classic video games. Or is it?" And they have just released their first content in almost six years to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Space Harrier: To War. Oh, and here's JHarris's hint about Retro Sabotage in general: "If a button needs to be pressed, it's the space bar unless it's explained otherwise." [more inside]
posted by BiggerJ on Dec 17, 2015 - 7 comments

"Here is a fascinating game of wits for a party of any size."

Minute Mysteries (1932) by H. A. Ripley is a recent addition to Project Gutenberg: "In these accounts every fact, every clue necessary to the solution is given ... Each problem has only one possible solution. Written in less than two hundred and sixty words, these little stories can be read in a minute. Here is your chance to work on an absolute equality with the Professor; to match your wits with his and the criminal's. You know as much as the Professor does. Now you have an opportunity of proving just how good a detective you are and what poor detectives your friends are." [more inside]
posted by Wobbuffet on Dec 16, 2015 - 30 comments

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