This is a small series of children’s board games (plus Cooties) reimagined as horror movie posters by Nashville, Tennessee based merchandise designer and scary movie fan Justin Bryant (physical posters up to 24″ x 36″ available at his shop here). I thought they were all very well executed. You want
This is a video of the very talented Natalie Sideserf of Austin, Texas based Sideserf Cake Studio discussing and demonstrating how to make a realistic Dungeons & Dragons beholder cake. For those of you unfamiliar with beholders, they look like the cake above. I can’t even count how many I’ve
This is a video of the Magic: The Gathering card floor that the couple behind the Tap That MTG channel on Youtube installed in their basement, using 8,034 cards and covering 422 square feet. For reference, my basement is covered in stained carpet because it floods every time it rains.
What took so long, right? These are the Star Wars Chewbacca and The Child versions of Hasbro’s Operation game (both available on Amazon for $19, Chewbacca here, The Child here). Man, what a traumatizing game that was to play as a child with existing anxiety issues. Of course new versions
This is a vintage video from the 2007 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (which appears to have been played outdoors during a hurricane), where Isaac Haxton manages to bluff his way to a win against Ryan Daut’s shitty hand with a somehow even shittier hand. He then decides to show his garbage
These are four characters from the Dungeons & Diversity line of tabletop gaming figurines created by Strata Miniatures that feature heroes in wheelchairs. Specifically, a human druid, elf rogue, teifling cleric, and dwarf barbarian. You can get a resin or metal figurine starting at £15 (~$20), or the 3D printing
This is the officially licensed The Goonies Monopoly game made by Monopoly bastardizer USAOPOLY. It costs around $42 on Amazon and comes with properties based on movie locations, six custom sculpted tokens (little girl’s bike, copper bones, gold doubloon, statue of David, Willy’s eye patch, and skull & cross bones.
Arizonian and ‘Master Jenga Stacker’ Tai Star Valiante recently set a new Guinness World Record for most Jenga blocks stacked on a single vertical piece with a staggering 485 block inverted hollow pyramid, dropping the last piece on risky business style. The previous record? 353 pieces, also set by Valiante