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PUBLISHED : Monday, 06 March, 2006, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 06 March, 2006, 12:00am

Addictive but silly

If you define anything on a computer that causes addictive behaviour as 'vile and detestable', then this one will rank very highly indeed. You blow up a vehicle in such a way that it destroys the villains while it spins in the air. I got to level 38. Horribly silly and addictive.

Rubik's with a twist

Remember Rubik's Cube? The crazy Hungarian device that was a big rage a generation ago? Well, somebody with far too much time on his hands has created a super 4D version in Java. If you thought the original Rubik was a pain, this will have you climbing the walls.

Not for America's ruling class

This is a wonderful parody, but I suspect American Republicans Abroad will not find it amusing. Democrats Abroad, on the other hand, will just love it. It is presented here as another example of satire: political decisions are up to you.

Lose yourself
Well, this is one for the record books: a billion mazes. Somebody has put each in a PDF file.

More potshots at Dick
Dick Cheney's days of being the object of considerable amusement are not likely to end any time soon.

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