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Are The 9th Annual IMGA Winning Games On Your Mobile Device?

Ever since 2004, IMGA has picked out the year’s most innovative and worthwhile videogames made for mobile phones. With all of the fantastically inventive games in the running, it was a huge competition for gifted game developers who specialize in mobile gaming devices.

Remote Control "Sugoi Mop" From Japan Turns Gamers Into Cleaners

The remote control “Sugoi Mop” from Japan's Kyosho Egg combines the best features of an old-fashioned floor sweeper and an r/c racing car. It might not be the best mop around but at least it'll help lazy gamers get with the program.

ESAF Seeks Minority, Women Developers For Video Games

The Entertainment Software Association (ESAF) is currently accepting applications for its 2013-2014 scholarship program for video game-related degrees. The program is targeting women and minority developers.

Create Your Own Digital Board Games With DICE+

Ever wanted to create your own version of “Clue” or “Monopoly,” but for the digital age? DICE+ wants your best ideas.

Goodbye Harlem Shake, Hello...Hadouken-ing?

It seems as though a new internet phenomenon sweeps the web every few weeks, sparking global obsession along with a fresh generation of internet trolls and blogger backlash. The new "Hadouken-ing" photography craze out of Japan has just broken onto the "meme scene", but the battles and discussions have already begun, mainly about the name, where the original idea actually came from, and of course, the age-old question: Which is better, Street Fighter or Dragon Ball Z?

Meet Kickstarter's Most Successful Project

The Ouya may not have been the most funded project at $8.5 million, but it certainly was the most over-hyped. Now however, the small console that aims to compete with the likes of Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo has started shipping.

LoL Quickfind Tells You Everything You Want To Know About Your League Of Legends Account

Have you ever wondered how long you've been playing League of Legends? What about how many influence points you've accrued? Sadly, Riot doesn't really seem all that keen on providing access to this information (since, cool as it is, it doesn't really help you manage your account better). Thankfully, there's a utility that does - it's called LoL Quickfind.

ROBLOX.com's BLOXCON Branches Out To New Heights

I'm sure there are at least a few of you out there who've heard of ROBLOX. After all, as one of the largest user-generated game sites on the 'net; it's kind of a big deal, and getting bigger with each passing day. With this rapid growth in mind, the organization behind it is planning on branching out by expanding BLOXCON - ROBLOX's annual user conference. On Friday, I got the chance to speak to a few of the fine folks running the show.

Strut your Geek Chic with these Game Controller Cufflinks

The arena of geek fashion has evolved far beyond the domain of pretentious, pabst-sipping sods. Geek Chic is no longer a self-referential term used by people who are trying to sound like intellectuals. Rather, it's a wide, all-ecompassing term which incorporates a wide array of fashion and design choices. Far from being something ironic, it's a celebration of all things geeky. Today, I'd like to hit you with a dose of that geeky fashion: video game controller cufflinks.

Deep Sea Turns Virtual Reality Into Virtual Terror

Human beings have a primal, unshakable fear of the unknown. It's something that's been hard-coded into us by evolution: back when we were all living in the treetops, the dark places of the world held a whole host of predators ready to tear us limb from limb; the deep night was one of the most dangerous times of day. The most skilled, masterful horror artists use this fear to great effect: the human imagination is, after all, an incredibly powerful tool. In other words, the less you see of something, the more frightening it is.

That's the whole basis of the virtual reality game "Deep Sea."