It’s that time again… time for the Geekly, PGM’s weekly report on the strange and wonderful geeky things we see around the Internet!
First up are the new shirts being featured at Shirt.woot right now. All the Foods has some great designs, like the Portal shirt This Was A Triumph. And they’ve got a bunch of their classics for sale on the Year Two page, including a favorite of mine: Press My Buttons. They’re only available for a limited time, so get them while you can!
There’s lots of great new stuff that’s happened in the last week – Krieg the Psycho was released for Borderlands 2 as a new class, and both Anamanaguchi and Daft Punk have new albums. My boyfriend Anthony and I have been playing double Kriegs whenever we have the time for it. It’s been a ridiculous amount of fun! (more…)
Another Friday, another Perpetual Geek Machine podcast!
Say you could try out any job for just one week. What would it be? Anything at all. Don’t say office drone, that job sucks.. I can attest to that. On this week’s show we run down our Top 5 choices. Other topics are also discussed as we are expected to do.
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Apocalypze is a card game in which survivors of a zombie apocalypse fight against each other to the death. Playing as one of four factions – Bikers, Civilians, Police, or Soldiers – you defend your stronghold, scavenge for supplies, and use Raiders to mercilessly attack the other survivors. The last faction standing – meaning the last faction with enough resources to still feed its people for one turn – wins.
Apocalypze is a complicated game, but once you’ve played it once or twice, it’s easy to get the hang of. The directions have a handy cheat sheet in the back that gives you the quick and dirty rules of how each turn is supposed to go. The rules themselves are long and fairly complicated, and I’m pretty certain we did most of it wrong the first time.
Welcome, friends, to another installation of the Geekly! I’ve found some interesting stuff around the Internet in the last week, and I hope you enjoy it!
Now that I’ve finally beaten Dead Space 3 (it took me long enough!), I can especially appreciate this crazy, fan-made working Plasma Cutter. This amazing replica “weighs about 4.4 pounds, took about 200 hours to build, and features 1,500-milliwatt burning blue lasers.” How long until I can own that myself?
So, in my excitement to see the new Iron Man movie… I decide my desktop needed a bit of sprucing up. In the process I found a few choice Iron Man images on my harddrives, and figured I’d share them up here to spread the Tony Stark love. Enjoy.
More after the cut!