Why This Ex-'Angry Birds' Exec Wants to Build a $15B Tunnel Under the Baltic Sea
“I haven’t built tunnels before.”
fossil fuel industry
Oil Lobbyists: Thunderbird Strike Video Game 'Promotes Ecoterrorism'
The award-winning game features an Indigenous thunderbird that destroys pipelines and restores the environment.
The iPhone Changed Video Gaming Forever
As Apple’s runaway success of a mobile phone (and more) marks its 10th anniversary, let’s talk about its impact on how and what we play.
Apple Is Taking the Fight Against AIDS to Apps
The company is expanding its work with the Product (RED) initiative to in-app purchases on the collaboration’s 10th anniversary.
'Worms' Is the World's Best 'Scorched Earth' Clone
Brutal war is always better when fought with concrete donkeys and holy hand grenades.
City Birds Are Angrier Than Country Birds
A new study finds that birds in the city are more aggressive than birds in the country.
From 'Angry Birds' to 'Madagascar 2,' What's It Like to Production Design for Animation?
Production designer Pete Oswald talks to us about his role in creating the worlds of feature-length animations.
Did Obama Just Hint That He's a Secret Avicii Fan?
The incident in question took place at the US-Nordic Leaders Summit in Washington, DC on May 13.
'The Angry Birds Movie': First Trailer, and It Makes No Sense
What are they doing? What are we doing?
'Angry Birds' Maker Rovio to Cut 37% of Its Staff
‘Angry Birds 2’ is Angry Birds, Too
Games We Played
‘Desert Golfing’ and Video Gaming’s Gradual March to the Other Side
You'd never want to actually golf in a desert, but Justin Smith's <i>Desert Golfing</i> is one of my most important game experiences of 2014.