Posts Tagged ‘game’
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]
“Who pays the pizza? who does the dishes? who buys the beer?
Leave it to faith, play The Plate Roulette.
Instructions: Place the pizza (cake etc…) on the plate hiding the gun barrel. Everybody gets a slice. If you are the one who gets the bullet, you lose… or win!
Players: from 2 to 6.”
On sale here.
[via this isn't happiness]
“When you don’t know, follow what makes you happy!“. This is the jolly claim of the brand new Honda Civic campaign, which is starred by a big smiling dog. In the video below, you’ll see him enjoying his ride in the back of his owner’s car, facing the wind and feeling great.
Riding in a car in a sunny day is always funny, and most dogs love it, but do you know what makes this dog feel really comfortable? The new Honda Civic interiors, which are designed to close and disappear completely, giving the dog all the space he needs. You can actually try the new seats, and fully understand how they work, by following the link to Honda Civic’s Youtube Channel. There you can also play an online game (if you have a microphone, be sure to turn it on), see the brand new car in every detail, listen to the engineers who made the car. And meet the dog, of course! In a funny, interactive experience (great use of Youtube, btw).
So, this is the lesson the engineers learned while working on the new car model: when you’re not sure about what you should do next, just relax and follow happiness. Besides, not knowing what to do is not a sign of weakness, it’s the door to innovation: “If we never venture into the unknown how do we get anywhere new?”
Editing the Dead is an interactive re-cut of the original 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead that lets you make all the crucial decisions to move the story along. On Youtube, of course:
“The zombie apocalypse will bring a shortage of food. In order to survive people will have to eat things they are unfamiliar with. Fun fact: Pandas are delicious, but dolphins are more filling.”
Zombigotchi, a short clip for a new iphone game by Finkbom…
WHITE is the first FPS based on both the player’s violence and creativity. The score only depends on one thing: your talent!