Category: gaming

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Wordfeud: A better, seemingly safer alternative to WordWise

Several months back, I wrote about how I thought WordWise was the best Scrabble-like Android app available. Well that was then, and this is now.
As that post notes at the top, several changes were made to WordWise over the last many updates. Sure, frequent updates and feature additions are generally welcome, but not always.
While …




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WordWise: The best Scrabble-like app in the Android Market

Update: In light of recent changes to WordWise, my new favorite Scrabble-like app is definitely Wordfeud.
It’s no secret that the Android Market isn’t quite as well stocked as Apple’s App Store, for the time being. Nonetheless, the Market continues to grow at an exciting clip. And perhaps more importantly for the platform as a whole, …




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Super Mario Bros. Leftovers [video]




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Retro remix: Super Mario Bros. – Classical Edition [video]




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The 80’s Are In: Give Friends And Family Retro Nintendo Gifts

The Winter Holiday Shopping Season has officially arrived. If you didn’t manage (or if you were smart enough to avoid the whole scene) to grab any amazing deals on Black Friday have no fear, ThinkGeek has got your hi-tech friends and family members covered.
Among the online retailer’s plethora of novelty / utilitarian goods, you …




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New Super Mario Bros. Wii offers perfect mix of old and new

Whether you are a member of the Nintendo Generation or simply love timeless video games, the New Super Mario Bros. Wii does not disappoint.
This new take on an old classic is a fabulous mash-up of many of the best and most nostalgic elements of Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, and 3 with some new, …




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8-Bit Oven Mitt: Now You’re Cooking With Power!

ThinkGeek never ceases to amaze me with its never-ending selection of novelty geekeries. Take this 8-bit oven mitt, for example…how rad is that?! Not since the original NES has 8-bit looked so good. For the somewhat absurd price of $24.99, you can get yourself an oven mitt just like Mario used to wear.


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These ARE the Wii accessories you are looking for

Looking for an excuse to add more (Star Wars) accessories to your Wii arsenal? Than you’ll be happy to hear that the Darth Vader Nintendo Wii Sensor Bar Holder (above), Light-Up Lightsabers for Nintendo Wii Dueling 2-Pack (below), and Clone Trooper Blaster for Nintendo Wii (below) are now all available for pre-order, each for the …




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Retro Gaming Furniture: The Pac-Man Chair

This fantastic furniture homage to the world’s favorite dot-eating, ghost-killing maze navigator – Pac-Man – brings back a lot of fun memories.
Add a bow to his head and, voila…Ms. Pac-Man Chair! Or, for those looking to go the extra mile, paint the thing green and, poof…Kermit (the Head) Chair!
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In a shocking twist, Toadstool turns to a life of crime

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