Man Pays $17500 For A Game Cartridge

JJ Hendricks paid a huge sum of $17500 to get his hands on a gold Nintendo World Championships cartridge. In case you are wondering, it is not really gold, only gold paint. The cartridge is however, a rare one. Only 26 of these were produced, and clearly each one would be worth more than its …

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Combat Pack For The WiiMote Adds Weapons To Gaming

And obviously not real weapons, but it does get you sort of more immersed into gameplay, with real-world fake weapons working for your virtual in-game weapons. On offer is a kit for Zelda, which includes a set of 3 Sword Knife Shield Combat Pack for the WiiMote and the nunchuks. There’s another pack for players …

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Fatality In 8-Bits

Lot of games nowadays are full of gore, but back in the days of 8-bit games, the graphics wouldn’t allow the display of blood. A flickr user going by the name of tastypaints.com has created the bloodshed that would have been visible, if those games had better graphics. Clearly, the devil resides in the details.Geekologie

Minesweeper: The Most Successful Game Ever

Even though it turns out as a surprize, a little thinking and you know Minesweeper has earned its title. It is the oldest and most frequently installed game to have ever been on a computer. CrunchGear says: This game has been around since Windows 3.1, requires less concentration then solitaire, is small enough to hide …

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