One of the latest projects to join Lego Cuusoo is the Jules Verne Train that Doc Brown uses on Back to the Future III. Lego Cuusoo is a place where people can upload their own Lego creations and if they get enough votes, Lego decides if it will build the project in to a real kit and put it out for sale.
Have you ever wondered what goes on at home when you’re not around?? Rovio (as the title suggests) is a wireless robot. This means that however you get online, Rovio will be your new friend. So whether you use your iphone, games console or PC, you can literally be anywhere in the world and Rovio can stay at home. But that’s not all…
You are probably aware that there are a ton of wiimote attachments to make your Wii controller in to various sports items like tennis rackets, golf clubs, steering wheels etc… A new kit has come out that now includes 38 of these attachments. [Read more...]
The Bandai pedometer moves beyond your normal pedometer in that it’s also a calorie calculator too. It doesn’t stop there though as it also has a mini game included which is kind of Samurai style. The more you walk, run etc… the more you achieve on the game. [Read more...]
Next time you want to give a gift card to someone as a birthday present but feel guilty doing so, you should instead, grab one of these puzzle vaults. The puzzle vault is a contraption that you slide a gift card in to and the only way the receiver can get the gift card out is by rolling a ball bearing around a maze to the end so that the door can be opened. [Read more...]
For those of you who have a short attention span, this study ball could be ideal for you. It’s an old ball and chain mixed with modern technology that keeps you attached to it till the timer has got to zero. The ball weighs a hefty 20.95 pounds which isn’t too heavy but still wouldn’t be easy to carry around for long periods of time if you had to crouch a little.
What you do is set the amount of study time that you have to do, attach it to your ankle and watch the clock count down. When it hits zero the shackle opens and you are free to go out. [Read more...]
Sega have launched Storm-G which is a Wipeout style game but without the missiles and such. You are put in the ride and navigate down a futuristic bob-sleigh track.
The game is quite simple in that you need to get from start to finish without crashing. When you go around corners the whole ride rotates around an axis which when you go through tunnels you even find yourself upside down at points. Unfortunately only 2 courses are available at the moment which will hopefully be increased at a later date.
I had quite a laugh playing with Storm-G, but you may not spend days playing with it simply due to its lack of courses available (only 2), and also because this game is quite tiresome, after just 3 races (Hard Level) I was exhausted¦
If you want to play the game now then head on over to Joypolis in Odaiba. If you don’t want to go there which we assume most wont then check out the video below of it in action.
Thomas Grassman and his son Sebastian have created a fantastic looking Lego Watchmen Nite Owlship replica. [Read more...]
CarCade is a prototype gaming system that uses a natural landscape as the gaming area. By using a webcam with tracking software the system can track images of the landscape you drive past in a car and use it to create a game from. [Read more...]
RC toys are great and especially when you get to use them from the comfort of your arm chair. Normally it’s RC helicopters that we write about here, but this time the RC mini hovercraft is getting a mention. [Read more...]
This train set pictured is worth about $10M USD and measures 9600 square foot. So… it’s fairly large. The set includes various parts of the world such as Hamburg, the US (with Area 51), Austria and Scandinavia. Each part is built with precision making it look as realistic as possible. [Read more...]