Youtuber Spumwack has created what he hopes to be the most useless Minecraft creation ever made: a door that, aided by an intricate clock system, will only open in 1 googol years (a googol being one followed by 100 zeroes), after the universe will have likely ended.
Wherever there’s a fad, there’s sperm – and that’s just why the Flappy Bird game-making jam has already brought us two spermy alternatives to the sweeping fad.
Team17 have announced a brand new addition to the Worms franchise is due to come out on the PS4/Xbox One later this year.
There’s really no better sign of a game becoming a cultural phenomenon than by a crop of indie games based on it popping up – and that’s exactly what’s been happening with Flappy Bird.
The story of Flappy Birds has been a strange one, and now that its creator has announced he plans on taking the game down, it’s also been a short one. So, let us cover its short-lived journey for you.
With an image of the PS4/Xbox One game cases doing rounds on the internet last week, we thought it may be noteworthy to show one minor unnoticed difference the two have: one is thinner.