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Clay Jam: Zynga goes claymation, with help from new partner

Fat Pebble, one of five developers teaming up with the struggling social-gaming company on the mobile front, releases a quirky claymation game.

By November 29, 2012


What if 'Ghostbusters III' was directed by Quentin Tarantino?

This claymation version of "Ghostbusters III" brings Tarantino's neo-noir stylings to the supernatural world of Ghostbusters.

By June 20, 2014


Jack Houston and the Necronauts: point-and-click goes claymation

What do you get when you cross point-and-click adventure gaming with pulp sci-fi and stop-motion animation? The answer is Jack Houston and the Necronauts, a Kickstarter-funded masterpiece.

By August 5, 2012


New Super Smash Bros., open-world Zelda game highlight Nintendo's Wii U lineup at E3

Nintendo needs to make the Wii U compelling again. Here's the list of games hitting this year, in 2015, and beyond.

By June 10, 2014


Social media: The biggest stories of 2012

Here are the top five ways we embraced social media this year.

By December 28, 2012


New Xbox this time next year?

Microsoft could be readying the next Xbox for this time next year, 3D printing comes to Staples, and we say goodbye to Nintendo Power.

By November 30, 2012


When Kickstarter goes wrong

Ever wondered what happens when someone doesn't come through on a Kickstarter pledge? Warbird Games has found out the hard way.

By September 4, 2012


Best Spectrum games ever

Forget apps -- growing up in the 80s was all about platformers, puzzlers, text adventures and isometric 3D.

By April 24, 2012


Art Clokey and Gumby celebrated by Google

Animation pioneer Art Clokey would have been 90 today, so Google is celebrating his claymation creation Gumby.

By October 12, 2011


Buzz Out Loud 1553: Facebook is now following Twitter (Podcast)

The Buzz Crew feels like Facebook is losing its identity after adding the Subscribe button a day after Smart Lists. You guys really don't have to be like Twitter and Google+. Windows 8 embraces HTML5 in their Metro UI, while Flash takes another punch to the gut. And there's a reason why you don't tell Apple internal secrets. You'll be scared for the rest of your life. Just like Donald.

By September 15, 2011