A Nintendo Game Boy explains why you should never buy a video game console when it first launches in Game Launch Rock, a School House Rock parody created by brentalfloss for Geek Week on YouTube.
See the Green Hill Zone as you've never seen it before - in first person.
Brian Anderson turns our favorite meth-cooking science teacher into the Lego video game of you dreams. Someone make this happen.
A Stop-motion coin animation. Made by Tomas Redigh and Daniel Larsson / Ninja Moped.
A small making of at the end showing how it's done.
Just start by pressing space. All the instructions are in Japanese and not of any great help. Also, if you quit the game, you'll need to make note of the six digit code (nnn-nnn) to pick up where you left off.
Arrows to move, space to jump.
Collect all the blue dots.
Green dots will turn the field upside down, orange dots and lines will electrify you so you need red dots to neutralize the orange.
But it only will last a short time.
Gray dots act like water and you must swim through them (space bar).
A very simple (and a big 5 MB load time) but fun and addicting one here.
The first level of Super Mario Bros for NES recreated in Line Rider, or a clone.
A game based on the popular "Warcraft 3: Element Tower Defense" and "Starcraft: Turret Defense" gameplay.
The object of the game is to prevent the hordes of monsters from getting to the castle by building element towers near the path.
You can choose from a number of different elements to build towers from.
The monsters will spawn every 20 seconds.
Their health will be multiplied by 1.25 with every wave.
If your towers fail to kill the monsters, and they do get the castle, a civilian of your castle will die.
When all your civilians die, the game will be over.
Spider Man or Stick Man.
Makes no difference if your swing-shot misses its mark.
What happens when Halo meets Donkey Kong? It's HaloKong.
Use your agility, speed, and jumping power to collect gold.
Shift to jump, arrows to move.
Actual game play in the fighting game "Soul Calibur" allow for equally freaky Voldos to dance with each other with choreographed moves and multiple costumes.
No programming was done.
Team America, an international police force dedicated to maintaining global stability learns that a power hungry dictator is brokering weapons of mass destruction to terrorists. The heroes embark upon a harrowing mission to save the world.