Thursday, 27 December 2012

Cat Scared Of Mario Jump Sound

Now, I normally wouldn't stoop down to such a low level where this blog's content is purely cats (yes, yes I would) but this is too much fun not to post.  The YouTube user Ignoramusky's cat is literally terrified of the Mario jump sound, every time it hears it, it jumps up in fear.

Well, that's pretty much it.  Interesting I know, and since this will be the last post of 2012, gtfo have a happy new years.

Saturday, 8 December 2012

The Humble THQ Bundle

The Humble Bundle (for those of you who don't know - shame on you) is a collection of games which you can buy for an extremely low price and by doing so, you can support charity and the developers.  Usually this collection of games is made up of indie games such as The Binding of Isaac, Braid, Blocks That Matter, Super Meat Boy and Bastion (the list goes on..) but this bundle includes eight "legendary" titles which can be redeemed on Steam for just a dollar, if you pay over the average of $5.62 (as of writing) you get Saints Row The Third and Titian Quest.  The full list of games includes:

  • Saints Row The Third
  • Titan Quest
  • Red Faction
  • Darksiders
  • Metro 2033
  • Company of Heroes
  • Company of Heroes - Opposing Fronts
  • Company of Heroes - Tales of Valor

If you was to buy each game separately it would cost over $210, but you can get them all from as cheap as $5.62, just bare in mind that you only have 4 days, 53 minutes and 22 seconds left to do so (precision is everything according to my girlfriend girls on the internet. I'm not even going to explain that story.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012

The Suitcase That Automatically Follows You

Everyone knows there's nothing better than a suspicious looking device following you around in an airport, this is where Hop comes in. Hop is a bomb suitcase which communicates with your smartphone and follows you around because lets face it, pulling a suitcase around is a pain in the ass and we wouldn't want to you strain your little arms.

"The Hop is designed to follow behind the user at a constant distance, but if the signal is lost the suitcase locks itself and a vibration is sent via the phone to alert the user. The bags can be programmed to follow one another or to be controlled jointly by any staff that may handle your luggage."

In other deadly important news, I haven't made a news post in almost a year! I'm back lol jk. Also, dear god the Blogger interface is beautiful.