June 30, 2009
A puzzle game and a platformer all in one. Each time you step on a block, it disappears. But the only way to get to the next room is to get rid of all the blocks. The whole thing is kind of Sisyphean and depressing.
Classic '80s arcade games recreated using LEGO and stop-motion animation.
Click through to see the embellishment that really makes this shortsuit special.
New York Times journalist David Rohde was kidnapped by the Taliban 7 months ago, but the story's only just seeing the light of day, following Rohde's daring escape from his captors.
A site that reconstructs typical fast food meals into delectable gourmet dishes.
A squirrel popped out of a woman's cleavage while she was being interrogated about a murder at a local police station.
A collection of very nicely designed baseball infographics.
A guy who has Progeria and sings rap songs.
Some students at Wroclaw University of Technology came up with this college dorm light show.
Jack is starting a support group for BuzzFeed vegans if anyone needs a shoulder to cry on.
I want to hear you sing, but I don't want to press there.
Torrent-sharing pioneers and Internet cause celebre The Pirate Bay have officially been acquired by a Swedish software company called Global Gaming Factory for $7.8 million. Not a hell of a lot of money to pay for one of the world's top 100 sites, but given its legal troubles, it's somewhat surprising that it was sold at all.