Today, Gizmodo UK brings us the week's best Android, iOS and WinPho app releases, seven Siri tips you might not know, and shows us these cool close-ups of war planes in flight. Meanwhile, Lifehacker UK has a neat source code tweak for bypassing annoying website barriers, tips on how to get into airport lounges for free, and an OS X download for managing and sharing your GIF collection.
Not only does this Doom 2 mod put eye patches and pirate hats on everything and replace guns with things like flintlocks and cannons, but it's actual piracy - using sprites, music and textures from games like Monkey Island, Rayman and Heretic.
Getting stuck is on a completely different - and realistic - level in the off-road truck simulator Spintires, where your biggest enemy is not other huge vehicles, or time, but mud.
Autobirds wage their battles to destroy the evil forces of the Deceptihogs. It's not bad comedy — Rovio and Hasbro have combined forces to form Angry Birds Transformers.
One police department in East China may have gone a little too far with their publicity shots.
A cute, but unorthodox way to show Valve's presser with Tomodachi Life and Nintendo Miis.
Modder TheWorse has created a mod for Watch Dogs on PC that brings it closer to the original E3 demo, following talk of a visual downgrade. This tweaks a range of values for cameras, lighting, reflections, LoD and more.
Seems only fitting following David Braben's recent OBE to point you towards this Raspberry Pi Game Boy emulator. It also runs NES, Sega Master System, Game Gear and Linux stuff as well because why stop when you're on a good thing.
Finally a Portal Turret You Can Make Yourself. And when I say 'make yourself' I'm assuming you have access to a 3D printer and a pretty robust understanding of circuit construction and programming? All set?
Hot off the heels of the previous fun run, the folks over in Taiwan have held another hero run.
Frontier CEO, Raspberry Pi founder and Elite creator David Braben has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Not sure why, what has he done really?
I'm surprised it took this long to unearth it to be honest. Guns, modes, maps and more have all been found by people poking around Hardline's files. Here's what's been discovered so far.
Hikaru Cho is a young Japanese artist with a knack for creating interesting and memorable works painted directly on the body. Works like this.
If you only watch one beat 'em up video where famous soap stars fight each other it should probably be this one. It's a collaboration between YouTuber Mashed and Jim'll Paint it, and it's excellent. Watching Peggy's GETOUTAMAPUB Hadoken is worth it alone.