We are LOVING the bunchies, Bubbles. Via The Warp Zone.
Say what? Yep, it's true, two Reddit members are building a functional version of the Legend of Zelda game within Minecraft. Basically, they've used interconnected command blocks to 'build a computer that tracks the player's position within the Zelda world...This makes it easier for the computer to crunch the program that generates the game simulation.'
Yes, it really is as complicated as it sounds. So complicated in fact that we're going to link to a full and handy explanation here.
Happy Valentine's Day! To celebrate, here are 23 dating truths demonstrated by Parks and Recreation GIFS. Obviously.
1. You always seem to meet someone when you're not really looking
Rawwwrrrr! If you're a Jurassic Park fan there's no better way to tuck yourself in at night than by sealing yourself into a raptor transport cage. Unfortunately, this bunk bed isn't actually real and was dreamed up by Dave's Geeky Ideas. Of course, if you want to go ahead and actually build one, we won't stop you. In fact, you can put us first on the waiting list. We bagsy bottom bunk.
Valentine's Day is coming up (afraid so), and that means the annual tradition of buying your favourite person jewelry, flowers or chocolates will commence. Or you could just forget all that and get them an awesomely geeky card. Here are 10 of our favourites!
Where's Waldo (or Where's Wally) is a bobble-hatted man who's notorious for being difficult to find. Or at least he was until a fourth year Computer Science graduate created an algorithm for specifically locating him.
Randal S. Olsen, who we can only assume was deeply scarred in childhood by those occasions when he couldn't find Waldo, wanted to see if he could improve on a previous 'foolproof strategy' by Ben Blatt. Blatt, who analysed seven Waldo books, believed that the figure was likely to be found between 'one of two 1.5 inch tall bands - one starting three inches from the bottom of the page and another one starting seven inches from the bottom, stretching across the spread.'
Looking for a way to let the geek in your life know how you feel this Valentine's Day? Then check out these ten perfectly geeky gifts...
C3PO and R2D2 Cufflinks, £20
Ellie from The Last Of Us is a great character from a great game. She's feisty, tough and doesn't put up with crap, despite the fact that the whole world has almost literally gone to hell. Here are 13 moments from the game where she really shines (and kicks ass). Beware of spoilers.
1. Her fearlessness (and resourcefulness) in the face of enemies
The Walking Dead comic? Brilliant. The Walking Dead show? Awesome. The Walking Dead inspired fandom tattoos? Hmm, the jury's still out...Here are ten crazy TWD pieces of ink to help you decide.
1. Dead Bike Girl
Picture the scene: you're just getting down to sexy times, everything's going smoothly and then OH! THERE'S A ZOMBIE ON YOUR BELLY! Instant mood-killer. Source: Paul Acker.
Game: The Last Of Us Remastered
Publisher: Naughty Dog
Extras: Includes the Abandoned Territories Map Pack, Reclaimed Territories Map Pack, and The Last Of Us: Left Behind single player campaign
Buy it: £34.99 from Amazon
First off, let's address the elephant in the room: no, before this review I had never played The Last Of Us. Yep, 2013's 'game of the year' managed to pass me by, though not without creating a fair amount of tortured yearning on my part as an XBox 360 owner. But in my defense, as soon as I got my sticky little hands on a PS4, it became priority number one on my To Play list. So, here's my review, better late than never, covering first impressions, feelings and thoughts. Oh, and while I've deliberately avoided sharing big spoilers, I do delve into various aspects of the plot and features. Let's play!
Game of Thrones returns with season 5 in April, and now we have the full two minute trailer to drool over.
Here’s a Pogoism of sounds and voices from Harry Potter, with video by Jeesh (Joshua Kershaw) and in musical collaboration with P.SUS.