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zombie cats are coming

The zombie uprising is here and it is infecting cats

Most of us believed that when the zombie uprising happened it would infect humans and bring about the end of the world, as we know it. However, why does it have to infect the human race? What would the world be like if the zombie uprising hit the cat population of the world? Yes, this is Cat Zombies and luckily for us, it is a game, we hope! The game will become available for iOS powered devices once its released later on in the year, but this is a game that is ideal for humans too so long as you make sure that the cat is not looking over shoulder. The game begins with a rage disease attacking cats and turning them into zombies, but not all cats are infected and this is where you come in, it is your job to play an uninfected cat and defend the city from the zombie cats.

The good news is that as a cat you have nine lives. The game play consists of swatting the cat zombies as they appear on the screen and because it is that easy you and your cat can play, once you reach a cool enough level you can even share your score on Facebook. Just remember though, someone’s cat is going to have a higher score than you do! We are expecting the cat zombie outbreak to happen later on in the year, pre order yours before it is too late.

Source: Cat Videos

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Gaming coins might not be the first thing that you think of when planning a game off at home, at work or even a special event. Yet a gaming coin can be just as good as real currency in the right situation. In this collection there are nine different collections each with three different designs; these sets are; earth, Egyptian, Greek, dragon, fire, magic, Viking, roman and finally pirate! Each set comes with a cool design that matches the name, they are made to a high standard and are finished off by being plated in either antique gold, silver and copper finishes, with unique designs on both sides related to each theme chosen.

It makes no difference what you use these coins for, for gamers this is an ideal opportunity to start a new gaming coin collection. Each theme will mean something to different gamers, win or lose, these coins will feel like either winning or losing real money, to the victors goes the spoils. You can get started from $20, this gives you fifteen small coins, five medium coins and five large coins, there are other sets available to buy with various amounts of coins, designs and prices, which one will you choose play with or collect?

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Metal gaming coins with nine interesting designs!

Source: Coins For Anything

 

Transform any table for table tennis fast with the CorkNet!

Transform any table for table tennis fast with the CorkNet!

Playing table tennis in the home or the office, used to mean that somebody has to clear the table, then set up the net by screwing to the edges and that nearly always seems to be crooked or loose in the middle. However, CorkNet will change all of that, because all you need to do now is clear the table and place the CorkNet in position to get started. When it is not in use the CorkNet makes a brilliant heat proof stand for pans in the kitchen. It has been designed to conform to the International Table Tennis Federations regulations at six inches or 15.25 cm and for convenience it comes in two equal parts of just 15.75 inches or 40 cm, which when place together make a flat heat proof stand.

Cork is an amazing material, it’s tough, heat proof and light weighing in at just 2.9 pounds or 1.3 kilos together. To make the whole thing complete it comes with a couple of rackets and a ball, you have no excuses now let the table tennis fun begin. The CorkNet will be launching soon, but if you are looking for a deal then, it can be pre ordered from just £25 and that is not a massive price to pay for this kind of equipment.

Transform any table for table tennis fast with the CorkNet!

Transform any table for table tennis fast with the CorkNet!

Transform any table for table tennis fast with the CorkNet!

Source: Julian Bond

 

New Bingo Game That Uses YouTube Videos

New Bingo Game That Uses YouTube Videos

There is nothing new about Bingo, it has been around for many years and yet Bingo is one of the most popular games online, why is this? Well, it could be the fact that it is fast and there are small prizes that can be picked up now and then. But that sounds like old school Bingo, we are interested in the next generation of Bingo, times have changed and so has this game, it’s fun, fast and exciting, it fits right into the modern lifestyles and best of all its online!

New Bingo Game That Uses YouTube Videos

To that end we are going to be looking at Costa Bingo, they have come up with a brilliant new game that incorporates YouTube videos that can be found on the specially created Costa Bingo YouTube channel. These videos are short and sweet, so it is not going to take you all day to get involved. In fact, this is ideal for those spare moments when waiting for the train, coffee or for England to score in the World Cup 2014!

According to a Costa Bingo blog post, they explain just how this is going to work;

We’ll be publishing new videos each week for you to watch, laugh at and enjoy with your bingo buddies!

This is a fantastic chance for all bingo fans to really get excited with this game by literally getting involved in the bingo fun by learning the language of bingo, we all have our favourites and some might not even be political correct anymore, but this is bingo.

Costa Bingo says that they will be releasing a brand new video on their channel every week. The players will then have the chance to vote for favourite video and join in with all of the bingo fun! So, what is your favourite bingo number? 88 is quite amusing for some reason or other!

EA Releases Official Star Wars Battlefront Video!

EA Releases Official Star Wars Battlefront Video!

EA Releases Official Star Wars Battlefront Video!

Waiting for a the latest edition of a game to come out can be a nightmare, in fact it can be unbearable in many cases and yet this is all part of the cause that gamers have to go through in order to achieve high levels of entertainment and play against their online friends too.

One of the games be waited for is Star Wars Battlefront by EA, so to keep those gaming and sci-fi fans sitting on the edge of their seats they have released a video with the title “Star Wars Battlefront | Official Trailer |E3 2014″ sounds exciting, but just how much excitement does this video offer the viewer.

EA Releases Official Star Wars Battlefront Video!

However, if you are expecting to see game play then you might be disappointed because there is hardly a glimpse at what to expect. Moreover, the shock treatment comes from the revelation that the new Star Wars game is being built by the same team who are behind that other game, Battlefront!

EA Releases Official Star Wars Battlefront Video!

Should we be worried about this? After all, there is no doubt that Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront are completely different games in so many ways. So the worry might be, will the new Star Wars Battlefront game actually be the Battlefield game but in this case, with Star Wars Battlefront being overlaid onto it, or alternatively the good news could be that it will follow the existing Battlefront format and everyone will be happy, shouldn’t they?

Source: EA Star Wars

 

What If Watchdogs Was On The Commodore 64?

What If Watchdogs Was On The Commodore 64?

What If Watchdogs Was On The Commodore 64?

By now most of those serious gamers will already have their copy of Watchdogs and have probably completed it. However, what would it have been like if it had come out in the 80’s on the cool Commodore 64 games console. Well, let’s take a look because thanks to the Hungarian animator Balazs Kalocsai, enjoy!

What If Watchdogs Was On The Commodore 64?

Source: Majami Hiroz: Welcome to the ’80s