More i-spot goodness. We asked the internet, “What was your fave toy when you were a kid?”
A triumphant return for the e4 i-spot guides! Here’s a collection of games to play while walking around bored. Well, it keeps you off the streets.
An i-spot journey through the decades of computer and console gaming. Is your favourite in our top 30 list of gaming heroes?
I’ll admit, I hadn’t heard of half of them until we did the project.
In fact, e4 commissioned another many and several i-Spot books. There are *counts on fingers* another three to come after this; 30 most embarrassing things about school, ranked via internet-based poll!
Unsurprising fact: Nobody was at all embarrassed to have skived lessons at school.
e4 was pleased with the internet book so they commissioned another.
30 of the worst films ever committed to celluloids await your assessment.
BTW: Having watched so much crap to do this project, I have to say the phrase “So bad it’s good” is nonsense. They are just bad, and the enjoyment is in seeing why they fail.
Genuinely lovely to do: The top 50 internet memes collected together in the form of a 70s-style I-Spy book. What’s your score out of 500? I was rather distressed to find I only got 490 – and I thought I was so leet.
I was on artwork duty here. Rob ran a diary on the e4 site, fielding ideas from the creative community and developing a game.
It shaped up to be a ‘warehouse keeper’-style puzzler that allowed anybody to design levels with a wiki. Unfortunately, and possibly ironically, the laptop caught fire and made it all academic. Our cautious diagnosis: plasticine poisoning from various animation projects laid out around it.
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