I Freakin’ Love This Thing! – Touch Sudoku

Touch Sudoku nr1Ever since I learned Sudoku, I’ve had great difficulty putting it down. That is the book, the print-out, the app and now the console. I find it an awesome way to relax and really use my brain. I have noticed that my current tiredness really affects my performance in the game, that is time to completion. Anyway, I received a really awesome gift this Christmas, Touch-Sudoku. Continue reading I Freakin’ Love This Thing! – Touch Sudoku

Zeitgeist: The Movie, Part III. Opening Story, “Monopoly”

I really enjoy watching documentaries, they give me a different kind of thrill. Not related to fast moving action or cheap physical humor. But makes me think and forces me to be critical. Questioning not only directed towards my-self, but the movie it-self. What really caught my attention during the introduction of Zeitgeist: (#3) Moving Forward, was the short story about the game “Monopoly”. Continue reading Zeitgeist: The Movie, Part III. Opening Story, “Monopoly”


What we have here folks is a highly praised flash game, a game that’s close to my heart, that has made my day several times and caused some serious FRUSTRATION. The game is called “N-Game” and i have played it for years, both online and as a executable. It’s a fun yet simple game, the goal is to get to the end of the level before the time runs out and without dying. It may be simple at first, but get’s hard really quickly.

You can play the game at I Am Bored.com, Link opens a new window.

OMG, There's A Snake On YouTube

A nice cool little feature I found when watching YouTube one late evening, or kinda read it in the comments of the video. The thing is, if you hold down the right arrow key on your keyboard when the YouTube video is playing, the spheres in the loading animation will turn in to a snake, and you can play with it just like in the classic game of snake!! Just catch the nearly invisible spheres on the screen.

Pac-Man took 4,8 million working hours

Google Pacman

Rescuetime concluded that the google pac-man game caught allot of peoples interest, 36 seconds where spent on average during the day. The game showed up on googles first page to celebrate the 30th year anniversary of the game. Acording to Rescuetime, 4 819 352 working hours where lost, not to mention money.

But to some people, this is not a big problem, because we find other stuff to waste time on each day. The game also caused problems for many others, The Mozilla corporation got reports of “strange sounds” in the background that they were unable to turn off. The case was that the page were open somewhere in the background without the user knowing.

It may have caused allot of trouble, but in the end most people had a good time with the game. For those who want to waste even more time can still enjoy the game here: http://www.google.com/pacman

Reference: IDG.se