Category: Toys

If Nintendo made Legos

Is this what games would have looked like if Lego made them or is it what Legos would have looked like if created by Nintendo? Hard to say but this is a wonderful and creative way to bring me back to my childhood.

In honor of the new LOGO movie…

In honor of the new LOGO movie let’s take a look at the OLD and the NEW. Some of the best childhood memories I have are the hours, days, weekends spent lost in a world that I built by have and in my mind… and my bedroom. Now with a son of my own I love building with him but fear that the time spent today creating is just too virtual.

Remember Metroplex?

I can remember back to when I had the massive Metroplex Transformer when I was a child. He might not have looked this cool back then but through imagination we had some fantastic adventures.

The Best Products of 2012

Source: PCWorld.com 1. Windows 8 Professional (operating system)     With its biggest OS rollout since Windows 95, Microsoft seeks to embrace all things computing with a one-size-fits-all operating system. Love or hate the new Start screen and app storefront, look beyond those polarizing elements, and you’ll find substantial performance improvements, numerous updates to critical features, and a largely successful effort to retain compatibility with desktop applications while also fulfilling the needs of mobile apps. Windows 8 has already spawned new designs and all sorts of hardware experiments. This bold step forward won’t appeal to old-schoolers, but its sleek, modern look just might win over a new generation of users that Microsoft must attract to remain relevant. 2. Apple iPad, 3rd Generation (tablet)     We’ve listed the third-gen iPad here because it had the biggest impact on the tablet market—it was the first to feature Apple’s high-resolution Retina display....

What if the iPhone Was Responsible for the Evolution of Man?

Source: Gizmodo If the iPhone was the catalyst for human evolution, it probably would have looked something like this 2001-inspired iPhone dock, which combines Lego, Apple and Stanley Kubrick in a single, glorious entity. Consider it your alpha and omega, [Reddit via Wired Design]