Hat shaped like a headcrab from Half-Life 2. By Thinkgeek…
“In an effort to save the country from certain disaster, the heatmap has been devised to help monitor the spread of infection across the UK. The map is driven by three years’ worth of sales data from the wonderful allfancydress.com which sells a raft of zombie related paraphernalia for Halloween.
The map includes a risk level key with the green areas the quietest towns and cities, while the red areas highlight the regions where the zombies are uncontrollably on the loose!
The microsite also offers some useful tips to Halloween revellers looking to survive the zombie ‘apocalypse’. Good running trainers are essential to outrun those ghastly subhumans and a baseball or cricket bat may too be useful to deal with one-on-one zombie combat!”
“Mario’s done playing Mr. Nice Plumber.”
Buy a stake in Moe Green’s Casino or take over the Corleone Lake Tahoe Estate as you work your way to the top in the “family business.” And as you wheel and deal around the board, from the Woltz Mansion to the legitimate Genco Import Company, remember to “make them an offer they can’t refuse.”
(via The Awesomer)
Battle the zombie menace in an abandoned shopping mall! Wish.co.uk offers 3-hour battles in an abandoned UK shopping mall using Airsoft guns.
Angry Birds is the game of the moment, no doubt about it. Everyone loves it, regardless of the age. Its amazing success is due to an incredible combination of addictive gameplay, amazing graphics and hilarious sound effects.
Recently Angry Birds, developed by the Finnish game company Rovio, had teamed up with the world’s largest electronics manufacturer, Samsung, enabling members of the public to play a specially designed crowd game on Samsung’s iconic Piccadilly Circus screen.
In the video above you can see what happened in London on Good Friday (6th April 2012), during a special Easter event. People had the chance to play a very special version of the game, using only their voice to activate the slingshot and kill the annoying little green pigs. The game could be played by shouting into the Samsung Galaxy Note, that was connected wirelessly to the big Samsung Piccadilly Circus screen. An innovative, fun, and highly social way to play Angry Birds, and also, to discover the features of the Samsung’s new device. The system has been designed in such a way that the louder the crowds shouted, the further the Angry Birds fly across the screen and the higher the score. Isn’t it fun?
Also, the members of the Samsung team, wearing giant Angry Birds masks, invited the public to try out all the many functionalities of the handset and took pictures with the Samsung Galaxy Note that were sent to the big screen and later posted to the Samsung Mobile UK Facebook page.
[This post has been sponsored by Samsung]
“Zombie Dash is a light strategy game for fans of zombie apocalypse action. The board features a city street and your goal is to keep your Human token ahead of the Zombie token that’s hot on your heels. The deck features Human Run cards and Zombie Chase cards, which move the humans and zombies down the street. The winner is the last human standing or the first one to reach the safe zone. Great for parties, game nights, or any time you want to pretend you’re doing cardio.”