Go to Google to Play With a Rubik's Cube

By Yannick LeJacq on at

The Rubik's cube was first invented by Hungarian architect Ernő Rubik in 1974. Google is commemorating this achievement with one of its trademark Doodles that lets you play with the legendary toy in the comfort of your own web browser.

By Leon Hurley on at

Photographer David Friedman recently dug out his old Game Boy camera full of pictures from 2000. I seem to remember that thing being the absolute pinnacle of man's achievement at the time. I might have got carried away.

By Gergo Vas on at

Before the Oculus Rift and the Kinect, there was a time when the three-button wheel mouse and NES Zappers ruled the earth. It was a much simpler time. These paintings by artist Heather Martinez are just perfect to take us back a few decades.

God Makes Crappy Video Games

By Leon Hurley on at

Over at Cracked there's a bizarre look at the world of religious gaming which covers everything from a text adventure to a Farmville clone and Final Fantasy styled RPG, although the winner has to be Jesus In Space. Christ indeed.

By Eric Jou on at

As if taking a page out of the classic movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a Chinese graduate student has thrown himself into the world of cartoons.