Yes, you did read that right – one player has rebuilt an entire Game Boy Advance in the game, on which you can go all Inception and play a game within it.
It’s pretty basic at the moment, missing key elements like dialog and combat, as well as the Pokémon themselves, but this is still a brilliant demonstration of just what is capable within this insane game.
Built over three weeks using Spritecraft, Requag has created this whole concept using layers of structure blocks that represent the moving tiles in the game as you move your character. It even contains a level editor with options to replace map textures!
This developer is quick to emphasise that his work will “always be in progress,” as this is simply a great test of just what Minecraft can do. Open to anyone, so long as you’re using at least version 1.10, you’re good to go.
Sex toys have taken another step forward with the Flashlight Launch - a masturbation machine that takes all the manual arm work out of reaching climax.
Snapchat story clones are cropping up everywhere in Facebook-owned apps and it’s not necessary. Would you ever want to post the same story across four different platforms? Or course not.
What is the future of wearables? I went to The Wearable Technology Show and found out - writing for BBC Science Focus magazine.
Forget everything you knew about smart homes and the Legend of Zelda… One particular fan has managed to create a home automation system that is controlled by playing the Ocarina.
Following the instant success of Pokémon GO in summer 2016, rumours began that developer Niantic was working on another game – simply named Harry Potter GO. This is fake news, so please stop sharing it.
A team of researchers have done something incredible yet terrifying - using sound waves to hack a smartphone, using a method that could be used to theoretically control any technology with an accelerometer.
I get it - the headline sounds terrifying. But Switzerland’s EPFL has just invented a medical masterpiece that could help to reinvent robotic healthcare. These gelatinous machines could soon be crawling around your insides and performing operations.
A study has found that violent video games have zero long-term effects on a person’s empathy, no matter how little or how much they play.
The media has had a field day, following the IPO of Snap Inc. The camera company is either “running on old ideas” by reportedly working on a drone, or at the worst, you and “all your friends” are leaving Snapchat.
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