Sorry, I mean the “Inflatable Outdoor Color Dot Game.” This Twister-like game by Hammacher Schlemmer can hold up to 1,500 pounds — meaning you and your posse can all play together. Want it? Prepare to cough up a mere $2000.
This is the inflatable outdoor game that challenges up to 10 players to touch different colored dots on a playing surface using only their hands and feet. Based on the popular game that originated in the 1960s, and built by a company that only manufactures products for the amusement industry, the inflatable 18 oz., double-stitched vinyl 15′ x 15′ playing mat is comprised of 64 colored dots arranged in eight rows of eight dots each. An included 24″ diameter, 3′-high wheel spun at the beginning of each turn indicates which hand or foot players are to use and what color dot to touch. Contortions and human pretzel poses aside, no other part of the body may touch the playing surface; the last player to remain “standing” wins.
Our friend Attaboy’s got a fun(gi) art happening in the works called “Game of Shrooms.” You can play, no matter where you are, and, no, it’s not a drug-related activity. You can make mushroom art, find mushroom art, or both! Artists from all over the world have already signed up. Here are the details on […]
NUTCASE is a deceptively simple cast metal puzzle by legendary puzzlemaker Hanayama. If you’re not planning to try it yourself, here’s how to solve it.
In this video, a 27-year-old Korean woman is playing an odd dating game, kind of like a live-action Tinder. She first chooses her ideal type of guy using options on her phone (e.g. “isn’t cocky,” “funny,” “buff”) and then 10 men (in masks) who meet her qualifications are seated in front of her. Communicating with […]
You already take your games and movies on the go. Why not share them? Thanks to the PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector, you can have that communal, drive-in movie experience anywhere on your own massive screen. This gadget packs a lot of functionality into a roughly 2″ square package. First and foremost, it’s got a […]
Want to build your own website? Even for a modest personal site, it was once assumed you might wait for days or weeks while a web designer hammered through arcane code on your behalf. That all sounds a little ridiculous today. And if you had to thank one company for that, it would probably be […]
It’s a long road from a song in your head to a song on the charts – especially if you’re just learning to play. The good news is, anyone who’s willing to practice can make music. These online classes can make that process painless, with methods that can teach anyone guitar, piano or even the […]