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October 26 2010

the Casual Geek City Pants - Garmz.com

Help in making them reality and please take a minute to vote for them! :)

if you like the pants, would like to buy them or if you want to support the idea without voting, pls repost this. thx! :)
Reposted fromnewq newq

December 06 2009

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Anamaton – Full Version released (Update #2)
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YouTube - Fight! MSD (Early Demo)

December 03 2009

November 26 2009

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Creating Mario levels that play music may be old by now, but this is the first one that made me smile.
Reposted fromphilippe philippe

November 25 2009

Call of Duty: Secret Spielberg Level Unlocked
via Boing Boing
i lolled!

November 23 2009

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii review: impressive, and then some

November 22 2009

[CPF: CAPTFOREVER.BAT     ]

awesome interesting flash game

November 18 2009

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Classicvania – Harmony of Dissonance
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pixelProject
l4d & mw2 ... i gotta get ca$h (& time) for games!!!
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November 17 2009

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the evolution of legends
Reposted fromnintendoseth nintendoseth

November 12 2009

Ninja Senki

November 09 2009

cool! looks like someone was doing a cannonfodder remake. 
via Undisclosed Project - Game Art - Art Portfolio for Eric Testroete

October 25 2009

The fifth-generation era (more commonly known as the 32 bit era and occasionally, after the release of the Nintendo 64, the 64 bit era and more rarely the 3D era) refers to the computer and video games, video game consoles, and video game handhelds available at the close of the 20th century.
History of video game consoles (fifth generation)
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