Posts Tagged ‘Gaming’

Posted by tiki god at 7 March 2012

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portal bookends

These officially licensed Portal Bookends not only feature test subjects going through orange and blue portals, but they also really, actually, pretty much keep your books in order! The left side features half of a test subject going through an orange portal while the right side features the other half of the test subject coming out the blue portal. Bookends make for a great conversation starter! Imagine all the great conversations this piece will inspire! Don’t be the guy or gal that misses out on this slick pair of Portal bookends. If you happen to be a test subject at Aperture Science, you’re probably going to need these anyway. Bookends measure 5-inches tall x 4-inches wide x 2 1/4-inches long.

via Entertainment Earth.

Posted by tiki god at 7 March 2012

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Posted by tiki god at 1 March 2012

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Have a spare 200 hours of your life laying around and “hundreds of dollars”? You can build your own Portal Turret!

www.instructables.com/id/Life-Sized-Portal-Turret/

Posted by tiki god at 29 February 2012

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Posted by tiki god at 29 February 2012

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Posted by tiki god at 22 February 2012

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I just thought of a hilariously awesome Portal 2 tie in item: Space Core x-mas lights. with bonus mini turrets!

Posted by tiki god at 22 February 2012

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You too can get armor for your horse for only 500 msp!

Posted by tiki god at 7 February 2012

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Congratulations on being accepted as a test candidate for the Aperture Science Computer-Aided Enrichment Center. Please keep your hoodie on you at all times as the results of prolonged exposure of test subjects to the outside world are as yet unknown.

Gawd dawmmit, I’m not in ThinkGeek’s affiliate program yet.  also, they’re sold out right now, I’d love to have one of these.  In black and blue, not white and blue, that’s just weird.

via ThinkGeek

Posted by tiki god at 7 February 2012

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Posted by tiki god at 2 February 2012

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In Star Trek Catan, players start the game with two small space stations at the intersection of three planets, with each planet supplying resources based on the result of a dice roll. Players collect and trade these resources – Dilithium, Tritanium, food, oxygen and water – in order to build spaceships that connect regions in the galaxy, establish small and large space stations at new intersection points in order to increase resource acquisition, and acquire development cards that provide victory points (VPs) or special abilities.

On a dice roll of 7, a Klingon ship swoops in to prevent resource production on one planet, while taxing spacegoers who hold too many resources.

The one new element in Star Trek Catan compared to the Settlers version is a set of character cards, each featuring one of Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Sulu, Scott, Uhura, Chekov, Chapel, Rand or Sarek. Each character card has two special powers that the holder can use on his turn, such as a forced trade.

via Topless Robot.