Hackers play Doom on an Ikea lightbulb

When everything is a computer you can assume that everything can play Doom. The latest gadget to play Doom on modified hardware? An Ikea RF-controlled lamp with an onboard microprocessor.

It is, to be clear, really crazy.

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Two new options from SteelSeries to up your game

Whatever your favorite game may be, you sometimes get that feeling that maybe your peripherals aren’t up to the task. Or who knows, maybe your favorite mouse has worn out over the years, and it’s time for a new one. Whatever the reason, SteelSeries has two recently-announced items that could help you (or your dad, as Father’s Day is coming up) get back in the game.

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Pixel Puzzles 4K: Japan – now available on Steam

When it comes to whiling the time away, puzzles are one of the old, tried-and-true standbys. But what if you don’t want to store boxes and boxes on your shelves, or simply don’t have the space to dedicate to having a puzzle out? That’s where digital puzzles come in. One of the most recent releases is Pixel Puzzles 4K: Japan, and it’s easy to get – just head on over to Steam!

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It?s time for the ?Pimp My Ride? of phone cases with Casellio

If you?re not familiar with the show (disclaimer: I watched more than my fair share of ?Pimp My Ride?), you are likely familiar with the meme featuring the host of that show, Xzibit. If not, just do a quick search for ?Xzibit Yo Dawg meme? and you?ll be up to speed. Here, Casellio has done a similar sort of thing, except with a phone case, not a car.

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Watch this adorable father and son team try to beat SMB

A cute kid. A big beard. Super Mario Brothers. What more could you want in a video?

Jack and his Dad are a gaming duo who play through old games on YouTube. They’re just starting out and they sent us their first video which we found deeply charming. They would love for you to check it out.

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It’s retro, it’s portable, and I’m smitten with the Evercade

As a child of the 80s (technically GenX, I guess?) video games have a special place in my mindshare. I remember playing our Intellivision, then Atari 2600 (plus games my dad wrote on the Atari 800), eventually graduating to the original Nintendo. While modern games are fun in their own right, those games from the formative years just have a hold on you.

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