Tag Archives: video games
By Thea | Published: November 14, 2009
Despite being unfortunately described as "the America’s Army of STEM education", I have high hopes for NASA's upcoming moon base MMOG.
By Thea | Published: November 13, 2009
The Give Me More augmented reality showcase at swissnex. We checked it out, got wasted and took some crappy cell phone pictures for you. You're welcome.
By Thea | Published: November 6, 2009
When it was just teenagers and fat people playing games, America complained nonstop about gore, hookers, and questionable ethics promoted by the industry for the sake of what some would call “fun”. But now, with casual games reaching every asshole with an internet connection, where are these supposed moral voices? The moms? The feminists? The [...]
By Thea | Published: November 2, 2009
We now have technology that will let gamers virtually log in to real race tracks, during real races, and compete against pros from the comfort of their crumb-scattered couches. Gamers will pay (and probably well) for this privilege.
By Thea | Published: October 30, 2009
What do viral marketing, social gaming and biology have in common?
By Thea | Published: October 17, 2009
I don't know if you've heard of this game called Oregon Trail, but its kind of a big deal. I hadn't played Oregon trail in 15 years until last Tuesday when I came across the original Apple ][ version AND TOTALLY PWNED IT.
By Thea | Published: October 11, 2009
How could this technology be used to make games (and maybe other things) better?