Tag Archives | Stealth

…It’s TGI Friday: Final Ninja Zero?


Nitrome is a DYH favorite, and one of their newest games, called Final Ninja Zero, is an instant classic.

Final Ninja Zero

The goal is to make your way through various levels by throwing ninja stars, swinging and climbing from a rope, and using stealth when necessary, though as always, it’s much harder than it sounds.

Do you have what it takes to be a Final Ninja?

[Nitrome – Final Ninja Zero]

…It’s Things Thursday: Black Stealth 3-Channel R/C Helicopter?

Black Stealth RC Copter

I’ve played with one of these small R/C copters before, so I can vouch for the fun that can be had with one of them, but ThinkGeek’s Black Stealth 3-Channel R/C Helicopter looks like it opens up a whole new world of possibilities with full 3-channel control.

Unlike most small R/C copters (like the one that I played with) which can only be controlled on two channels (up and down and rotate right and left), the ThinkGeek copter gives you full 3 channel control over up and down, rotate right and left, and move forwards and backwards.

In addition to the extra channel of control, the ThinkGeek copter features a dial trim adjuster (rather than the buttons that you find on most copter controls) for precise trim adjustments, and counter-rotating blades for amazing hover ability and stability.

The copter charges in just 10 minutes, and you get a full 7 minutes of play time out of a single charge, so you’ll never be left empty handed, and you can even change channels and fly with a friend, since each features two different channels that you can program it to.

All that fun for just $29.99?

I’ll take two.

[ThinkGeek – Black Stealth 3-Channel R/C Helicopter]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: Mid-Engine Integra?


This might not look like an Acura NSX (which is good, ‘cause it’s not), but for Dave, it’s even better (and I hope it is, since Dave sold his NSX to build this). What is it, you ask?

It is a 1994 Acura Integra GSR that has been converted into a mid-engined, rear wheel drive concoction via a transplanted 1997 Honda Prelude VTEC engine (and a ‘few’ other parts).

Designed to fly in stealth mode, both on the track and in the parking lot, Dave’s creation cost him only $10K, weighs only 2,700 lbs, and has an almost ideal 45/55 weight distribution. NSX it’s not, but who needs flashy, when you’ve got fast?

[Mid-Engine Integra]

[Via: Autoblog]