Whether your office is your second home or actually located in your home, decorating the space can make you feel more comfortable, experience greater job satisfaction, and encourage you to look forward to your workday. [Read more…]
You’ll have a lot of energy after eating these sugar-loaded cakes for sure. They’re awesome creations, but your waistline won’t be invincible. Unless you do what Mario does and run and jump as if your life depended on it.
But who cares about your waistline if you can have your cake and gobble it up, too?
Remember one of our awesome giveaways with a Laser-etched Wood Hyrule Map up for grabs? Zelda fans went crazy over that, and rightly so.
This time, while we aren’t giving away anything, we’d like to give something back to Neutral Ground, who has just released their second item in their Woodland series. And it’s just as awesome as the Hyrule map. Maybe even more.
Meet the Super Mario Dinosaur Land map, also etched in wood.
Just like the Wood Hyrule Map, the second map in the Woodland series uses laser technology to etch the details – and how fine they are – onto hand-selected maple ply.
Each map measures in at 18-1/2″ wide by 14″ tall, with a keyhole slot in the back so you can easily hang it in your man/woman cave. Or in your living room so that all your friends will envy you.
There is no doubt that the finished product is nothing short of amazing, this hyperlapse video of its making will impress you even more.
The map costs the same as the first in the series – $150. If you want the ultimate Super Mario decor in your home, then this shouldn’t be much of an issue. If it is, just save up and stop buying too much coffee at Starbucks – or energy drinks.
Get the map here.
Your favorite Nintendo characters will soon be available very close to home — in your own pocket or in the palm of your hand.
Nintendo Co., Ltd., headquartered in Japan, recently announced its intent to enter the smartphone gaming market via a partnership with Internet business company DeNA Co., Ltd., also based in Japan. The alliance will jointly develop games that feature Nintendo’s familiar — and wildly popular — gaming personalities.
The games haven’t hit the market yet but one can only assume that a new game vividly featuring Mario, Luigi, and the gang on phones like the Samsung Galaxy s6 looks great. [Read more…]
Beat Boxing has never really been able to hold my interest, but it’s hard to deny true talent when I see it and this Super Mario Brothers beat boxer takes a beloved classic and peppers it with some pretty cool beats.
It’s one thing to go “do do..do do do do do..do do do do do…do do do do” it’s a whole other beast when you take that beat, mix it over the rest of the games sound effects and you do it all at the same time with only one instrument…your body!
Check out the video:
Do you know how Tetris, Arkanoid, Pong, Super Mario and Sonic were created?
Amusement Magazine has the answer, it seems, with some stunning high resolution imagery of the fixtures and fittings required for each game.
Super Mario fans, rejoice! You can now have your very own 1UP mushroom right on your desk. No need to play the game anymore hoping and wishing that the powers that be in Marioland will send a 1UP mushroom right down your way. With this officially licensed Nintendo collectible, you can grow your own 1UP mushroom and power up yourself.
Smash Bros is probably the only famous Nintendo video-game franchise I’ve never had the pleasure of owning. I’ve played it a couple of times before, the action is “crazy” and it takes little more than random button mashing to achieve good, or decent, results. In that aspect Smash Bros is no different from most other beat-em-ups.
This week Yatzee, who is possibly the world’s funniest game reviewer, decided to pick up the latest version of Brawl and review it, giving a lot of focus to the multiplayer part, which, should be the most important part of this game, but ends up being not as fun when they realize they had to previously unlock a lot of the game content.
Personally I don’t think that the game is bad, but there are some really wrong aspects about some multiplayer games, like this one, which Yatzee bluntly put out. Still, I think he could have mentioned the soundtrack, which is probably the most varied one yet (in terms of different musicians) and is what I was looking to forward to hear, or hear about.
No, this isn’t the new Super Mario Bros game for the DS. But a group of crazy programmers decided remake the original game engine and give you the ability to change the 3D perspective of it.
The maps aren’t the same as the original, but the gameplay is all there. So if you’re a fan of Mario, or just feel like re-living some of that memorable gameplay you experienced on the Nes give this a quick download by clicking here.