Death Vs. Monstars

Here’s another perfect complement to the death-related Flash game we posted last week. In Death Vs. Monstars, you get to play Death and, unsurprisingly, you like to kill stuff. And in this frantic arena shooter, you’ll be using your guns to down swarms of monsters. As you move, you fire constantly in the opposite direction of your movement, unless you hold the mouse to lock it down. Top up your anger meter and and release an almighty wave of destruction, and collect the coins to upgrade your gats.

Play Death Vs. Monstars at Kongregate.


“There are two kinds of secret: those we keep from others, and the ones we hide from ourselves” – Frank Warren.

PostSecret is an interesting (and ongoing) social experiment started by Frank Warren in 2005 where he invited people to send him their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard. There were no restrictions on the content of the secret, only that it must be completely truthful and must never have been spoken before. Since its inception, PostSecret has collected over 200 000 soulful, funny, shocking, and sexual secrets from people in the US and around the world. Select secrets are posted on the PostSecret website and used in PostSecret books. See some images in the gallery below.

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Find more images at PostSecret, visit the PostSecret Community, and follow PostSecret on Twitter.

Quick Challenge: Sit, Rotate, Write

A Zoomdoggle reader sent them a little challenge. If you can’t read the handwriting, it says:

While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles. Now, while doing this, draw the number “6” in the air with your right hand. You foot will change direction and there’s nothing you can do about it.

I’m a complete statistic – my foot switched directions. Give it a try and let us know how it went for you.

Not Quite The Movies You Know

Another classic Worth1000 contest. This time it’s a collection of movies that are just one letter off.

See more at Worth1000 – via Buzzfeed.

Link Loving – March 16, 2009

Link Loving

Has anyone had a “back, crack, and sack” wax? On that rather painful thought here are some links.

Wondermark: An Illustrated Jocularity

Wondermark is a comic created by David Malki !. That punctuation mark is not a mistake on my part – David insists that one space be left between the exclamation point and the ā€œiā€ in his last name for aesthetic reasons. Wondermark features 19th-century illustrations that have been recontextualized to create humorous juxtapositions.

See a small gallery below.

More at Wondermark – via Space Ghetto [NSFW].

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