There are plenty of iPhone cases, but this has got to be one of the most distinctive that I’ve ever seen. The iFoolish iPhone case is inspired by the Magna Doodle drawing board that almost everyone has used as a kid. They’re kind of like the analog precursors to modern-day tablets.
When the Parrot AR.Drone was released, it was supposed to be piloted from an iPhone or Android smartphone. However, that didn’t gel with some users since it’s not as precise as they’d like. Serious AR.Drone geeks have thought about using a game controller from their favorite video game, or even better, a flight-simulator joystick, and have put together various hacks to make this happen.
Yes, I have to admit that one of the only games that I have installed on my MacBook Pro is Angry Birds. When I first started playing it, I immediately understood why the game was so addictive. It’s even addictive to people watching it. The Angry Birds playable birthday cake brings up a whole new meaning to the word messy if you start throwing around some angry birds.
Ah, The Legend of Zelda. I played that game for hours and hours and I wasn’t the only one. The game also hooked my sister, who no longer plays any video games, but still loves Zelda. An early build of the first Zelda has surfaced that wasn’t as hard as the one we all played on our NES.
Anyone who’s played games on any modern console knows that your gameplay can be ranked via these Internet connected systems. I remember the first time I plugged in an old Xbox and saw how I ranked in the U.S. Now Nissan is taking a page out of the Xbox Live book with their new car, the Nissan Leaf.
Today, a new downloadable expansion was released for Bethesda’s Fallout 3. It’s called Operation Anchorage and you will be able to experience the Chinese invasion of Alaska. Sounds pretty cool. It’s available through the Xbox 360 Marketplace for about $10.