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  • Blog Post: The Coolest And Most Ineffective Way To Play Tetris On The Go

    A Tetris lover and apparent poking enthusiast has combined his two loves into a shirt. By pushing buttons on the shirt, you can play Tetris in all its glory. Watch as Marc Kerger demonstrates the power of 128 LEDs, a few batteries, and an Arduino processor in the video below. Sadly, the t-shirt isn't... More
  • Blog Post: Pick A Side In This Final Fantasy T-Shirt Contest

    Two beautiful Final Fantasy inspired designs are facing off right now on TeeFury, where they're competing to see which can sell the most t-shirts in 24 hours. The first is based on Final Fantasy IX and features the silhouettes of the main party inside a Moogle outline, as seen on the left in the... More
  • Blog Post: Enter Our Trapt And Overblood T-Shirt Design Contests

    We recently wrapped up our Super Replay of Trapt , and fans know what that means . It's time once again for a contest to determine our favorite t-shirt design that pays tribute to our time in the castle of whatever-her-name-is. But that's not all! In past years, we've also heard from many... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are The Mega Man And Cyberia T-Shirt Design Contest Winners

    UPDATE : You can buy these shirts (and other Super Replay shirts) for cheap right now! Click here . Viewers of Super Replay are constantly bombarded with weird references and in-jokes, and they're also familiar with the fact that many of these eventually find their way onto t-shirts. We've been... More
  • Blog Post: Mysterious Shirt Points To Bungie's Future Project

    Saturday was Bungie Day and a mysterious shirt appeared in Bungie's online store calling itself, "an enigma from our future release." Bungie has been quiet about what it is working on since leaving Microsoft and teaming up with Activision. We now know that the letters FWC serve some kind... More
  • Blog Post: Half-Life 3 Exists...In Shirt Form

    Half-Life 3 remains one of gaming's biggest teases, and it seems that Valve is more than happy to rub it in our faces. A Seattle-based game developer spied a Half-Life 3 shirt at a local event and snapped a pic. It's almost certainly a troll in shirt form, but hey, Half-Life 3. The picture was... More
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