Two college kids, who I imagine are sixth year juniors, started their own company (The Founding Collegians) and created The Rack, which is a device you put the cups in when playing beer pong. It's designed to keep a perfect rack, allow re-racks, and prevent spills. I've actually played with these things before and they work (the ball holders are a nice touch). It stops those jerks who think the object of the game is to just knock cups over. They cost $15 for two. Oh, and speaking of perfect racks, the Geekologie Perfect Rack Competition is now in full swing ladies, so keep those pictures coming via the tip line. The winner gets a free me staring at their hooters.
A video of trick beer pong shots for your mindless enjoyment after the jump.
I remember the days in college when we'd play Power Hour. Except it's not so much a game as it is drinking a shot of beer every minute for an hour. Ah, fond memories. Well if you still play now you can buy the Shot Caller device, which flashes a light and makes an audible an... / Continue →
This is a completely customizable LEGO marble maze designed by Jason A. that features interchangeable playfields (including a medieval themed one!). It's currently a LEGO CUUSOO project, so if it gets over 10,000 votes LEGO will consider making the set a reality. Honestly, of... / Continue →
Dino Dig Challenge plays like Battleship, but instead of a bunch of stupid boats, you're hunting for raptor bones. I LOOOVE RAPTOR BONES!
2 player competition to see who can excavate their opponent's dinosuar bones first.
Includes 2 player dig base unit, 8 excavation site ... / Continue →