All you need is a chess clock. With that simple addition to the game, you can turn Jenga into a thrilling duel where time is your worst enemy. Which is to say, with a chess clock, you can make Jenga way, way better.
Some of you might have migrated to Kotaku UK from our predecessor Kotaku US, and may have wondered how the American website runs. Others amongst you may not have even been to Kotaku US, but are curious to find out more. Check out the Pax East 2014 panel that looks at what makes Kotaku US so well-loved.
This Tuesday, Mojang decided to drop a bombshell on fans of the legendary PC game in the form of a quiet little YouTube video announcing how players will soon be able "to create their own wild and crazy terrain!"
Having played Wolfenstein: The New Order it's definitely got something of an old school shooter feel about it. Mainly thanks to the loud guns and cavalier attitude to sensible plotting that captures some of the original's silliness. Here's Bethesda streaming the opening half hour.
Yep, Infamous: Second Son looks really nice. Last week when Sucker Punch released that super cool Photo Mode for their game, I had a feeling videos like this one would start turning up. And lo and behold, here we are. Video within.
Pfft. Who needs athletic records when you can watch a speed run? Having to rely on something as fickle as technology makes it a very special sort of impressive. Check out the latest speed-run-record, an 18:40 run through of Ocarina of Time