Has there been a good racing video game that allows you to build your own tracks? [more inside]
When I was in high school my friends would play this game that involved the following: take a wooden broom; saw off the head; saw the remaining stick into two pieces, one long and one short (about 4"); whittle the short end into a spike. Then to play the "game" you would dig a small hole into the ground and position the sharp end of the stake over it, hit the tip with the longer piece of the broom and whack it on the way up. [more inside]
I'm trying to find a little Japanese flash game I found in either 08 or 09. It was a cute, quirky thing where you were a little sumo and you had to smash small things to build up your strength - eventually going to to smash very large things like temples and bits of mountain. [more inside]
Can you help me remember the name of an old Macintosh game where you played as a pre-historic Homo Sapien? [more inside]
Entering a 'friends with benefits' relationship and looking for fun and sexy ways to get to know each others kinks. [more inside]
i want to copy the starcraft 2 voice mp3s esp tychus in the odin but the sc2 file is one big file i cant open i would appreciate any help i could record it during gameplay i guess but it wouldnt b quite as good
When I was a kid I played a DOS game that involved a man running through mazes and avoiding man-eating worms to collect pieces to build a knight. The game ends with the completed knight fighting a dragon. Does anyone have any idea what this game was called?
I feel like learning how to make some simple Flash games, moving up to more complicated ideas later on. I've downloaded/installed ActonScript and Fixel's stuff for programing. Where's a good source for tutorials/guides for learning to do the basics? [more inside]
I need a video game that will allow me maximum headshot gratification while requiring minimum video game skills and money. Help me find the game I am looking for. More details follow. [more inside]
Just spent ages playing a geography game (Globetrotter XL) and my understanding of the globe is now way better. What are some other great online games I might learn something from playing?
Playing the translated Russian game 'Pathologic' on the PC. One immediate problem - I cannot for the life of me figure out how to trade items. [more inside]
I'd like to play the board game Clue either through a web browser or an iPad/iPhone app. Ideally I could play against a friend or friends where we sign in/sign up and AI fills in as the other players as needed. If the playing-against-friends part isn't possible, then playing against random people online or AI would be fine. I've seen a Clue game on the App Store, but it's "Clue" in name only, not the actual board game. Maybe there's a Clue ripoff somewhere that follows the same room/weapon/character whodunit format? Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
What are my best next actions to learning the Unreal Engine for sound design? [more inside]
Do you know of a free, online typing game that works for a kid who mostly knows the keyboard but is still very slow? [more inside]
One Hen, Two ducks, radio test/memory trick VS. alternate version - Are you a Turtle? [more inside]
What are some neat things I can do with a PlayStation 2? [more inside]
Are there any online fantasy stock market simulations that let you invest in international stocks? Or, if not, Asian stocks? I currently use Vritual Stock Exchange, which is limited to NYSE stocks.
Got a transcontinental flight in a couple of hours with two adults, two kids and two iPhone 4s. What games or apps will delight, entertain, educate and otherwise keep a 5 and a 7 boy year old occupied? [more inside]
Computer game with pumpkins and witches, ~15year old, probably Atari or Amiga? [more inside]
I have been trying to get a job in the game industry, I'm close but I need to take the next step. Thing is, I'm not sure what that is. [more inside]
Looking for a very simple flash game. [more inside]
I have an idea for a real-life game involving herding animals. Has this been done? and how should it be done? [more inside]
There's some game on the 360 that exists or was in development at some point in the past year that is a strategy game using hexagon shaped "towers" of land as a board. I think it was turnbased and used words (but not sure about the words part - but I think it involved a scrabble like setup) Somehow you would "stomp" the hexagon shaped towers and they would slowly lower until a certain point then they would fall making the play area smaller. Anybody know what I'm talking about?
My 16-month old loves when I sing "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" and he will mimic the hand movements. What are some other songs or activities I can do that involves this kind of interaction? [more inside]
[Askingforafriendfilter]: I played a text adventure game on the Apple IIc (Apple //c, Apple ][c) years and years ago that my father probably got off the bbs at work or something. It may or may not have been on the same disk as the text adventure "Planet of the Robots", a text adventure which I was actually able to complete at age 10 or so. [more inside]
How to organize a Mario Cart tournament? [more inside]
What are the best multiplayer Wii games, especially for a family that loves causing havoc in co-op mode (be it in an FPS, or in a third-person hack-n-slash RPG)? We already have the Wii Sports/Resort games and aren't really interested in Super Smash Bros or Super Mario.
xbox 360-filter: looking for games that either a) have good 3 (or 4) player co-op or b) have good multiplayer (versus) mode for 3-4 players all on the same xbox [more inside]
What was the British game show that aired on BBCA ... [more inside]
After reading this answer, I tried playing the programming-esque game Manufactoria. I loved it immediately. The first two levels were perfectly simple and didn't require a second of thought, but I keep futzing with level three (Robolamps). I seem to get very close to success over and over, but after 2 days I can't get a proper solution. I have no programming experience at all, but I seem to have an unnatural amount of patience for trying to figure this out, and think the basic concepts aren't challenging at all yet, at this completely basic level-- I just think I might be missing a crucial concept or two. [more inside]
I am restoring/customizing an old table hockey (rods that slide players around) game. Lots of questions inside! Bring your imagination. [more inside]
MeFi, Help me name that game I played over 10 years ago! [more inside]
Looking for a mid-90s PC puzzle game based on a cube. Holo or Light or something -- New age/tribal music... I don't remember exactly how it worked, but you try to get the marked side of the cube to land face down on a specific square on a grid (I think the location kept moving, though I'm not sure). Anyways, it might have come with my old IBM Pentium as a prepackaged thing. Any ideas?
Can you help me remember this early computer game about Viking raiding, pillaging and edutainment? Maybe its even online somewhere? [more inside]
Are there any online multiplayer web/PC racing games in the style of Mario Kart? I remember reading about such a game a couple of years ago, but I can't seem to locate it now.
Do you remember an old Mac game where you play as a wizard's apprentice who goes to a magic store? [more inside]
Is there a board game that relies on building sentences for game play, but not in a "teach people how to construct sentences" way and is not Mad Libs? [more inside]
How do I cook an ostrich, or should I even bother? [more inside]
Help me identify two beats from The Game - 400 Bars (Skeemix), in which The Game raps 400 bars over 50 beats. [more inside]
I need to figure out the best format/logistics for a “summer fun challenge” for my friends. What's the best way to do this, probably on Facebook? [more inside]
I'm planning on going to a Washington Nationals game on Thursday with a group of about 10 people. Should we buy tickets ahead of time? We just want the cheap $10 seats. [more inside]
Which is the version of Warcraft 2(?) where I can play different maps against computer opponents? [more inside]
Looking for a flash game about a robot assembly line... [more inside]
One of the favorite games of all time is Sky Odyssey, which was (if memory serves) a launch title for the Playstation 2. It was what could best be described as an "adventure flight simulator", in that the player piloted his aircraft (the default, and first in an eventual large roster of craft, was a bi-wing prop) through somewhat fantastic environments such as canyons and caves, and performed improbable tasks like refueling from a moving railroad, or piloting a plane with floats along an incredibly rapid, treacherous river. Can anybody suggest a flight sim (non-combat is preferred) for Windows PC with a similar focus as that?
Recommend a farm-themed simulation game. NOT THAT ONE. [more inside]
How can I bring a virtual team together socially? [more inside]
Do you know of any schools in Montreal that offer programs in Game/3D Art? So far my results only show character-animation based schools, and I'm looking for something less specialized in the field. (The Game Art & Design program at the Art Institute is sort of my reference point.)
Help me find some decent, recent space combat sims! I've played the classics (wing commander, freespace) and wondered if there are any other decent ones that were released within the last 4-6 years.