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Chris Carlson is one of those 3D artists that draws holes in the street. You know what I mean. Here he's turned his incredible grasp of perspective to a hand-drawn animated version of Snake, drawn entirely in chalk. The illusion's impressively strong.
Here's Lost Alpha, a modded update of the game using leaked code of an early version. A team's spent years adding content back into the final product, in the process also modernising some stuff like the visuals as well.
Auto-piloted Titans aren't the most intelligent of AI, but you have to admire their commitment. What happens when they go up against a domed Titan? Find out in the latest episode of Titanfall Mythbusters
Earlier this month, I got a chance to fly up to Washington and try upcoming sci-fi shooter Destiny at the Bungie offices. Here, a giant, life-sized statue of Master Chief stands tall, casting a shadow.
The constraints of fitting Salvaged's two-screen shtick on camera means I'm not actually in this video, just my hand. It's a good hand though and it presses buttons well so I think you'll get on. Here it is guiding a four man team through an alien infested ship in search of loot and a black box.
It takes a little over two hours according to YouTuber 8-Bit Bastard, but fortunately the powers of time lapse means you can skip through it all in two and a half minutes. The team describe it as, "quite possibly the stupidest thing we've ever done".
Terry Cavanagh's posted an update on his website saying the Android and iOS versions of VVVVVV are "almost done" while the PS Vita port is "imminent". He's also posted a video showing it, and the new control scheme in action.