Hark! A Flash game I cannot stop playing! I’m pathetically addicted to simple click games (Robot Unicorn Attack 4 eva), and “Treadmillasaurus Rex” hits that dangerous sweet spot of easy, goofy, and impossible to play once. Come for the wheel of awesome, stay for the dinosaur in the top hat. Seriously, I can’t stop playing this: READ FULL STORY »
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Robot Unicorn Attack, one of the most addictive, adorable Flash games in living memory [makes noise], is coming to the iPhone. Uh-oh — now I’ll be “chasing my dreams” (a.k.a. playing this game obsessively) pretty much at all times. The app launches June 1 and will be $2.99.
RUA is absurdly simple: it’s a side-scrolling two-button game set to a hypnotic Erasure soundtrack. And yet it’s completely mesmerizing, as if Canabalt [makes noise] mated with every Lisa Frank folder you ever had.
What’s your top RUA score, PopWatchers? And will you be playing on your iPhone come June?
Apparently, Jimmy Kimmel was just as puzzled as the rest of us by Justin Bieber’s recent BET nod for Best New Artist. But unlike those of us who simply trolled the blogosphere for commentary, Kimmel actually hit the streets, sending a camera crew to L.A.’s South Central to find out what real people think about the news. The results? Some pretty hilarious reactions. Check out the video after the jump, and then sound off in the comments: What do you think of Bieber as a BET nominee?
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