Tag Archives | Target

…It’s TGI Friday: Ragdoll Cannon: Remake?

Ragdoll Canon

Ragdoll Cannon: Remake is a short, fun game from the same person that created Contrast Cannon, and the goal this time is to shoot a ragdoll out of a canon and hit the target in as few shots as possible.

The online version has 25 different levels, and each one gets progressively harder, or you can download the full game for Windows that features 170 levels of ragdoll firing fun.

[Kongregate – Ragdoll Canon]

[Ragdoll Canon]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…Gift Cards get high tech?

Target Best Buy Gift Cards

This year, gift cards go beyond just plastic as companies add features to lure you into buying the profit-filled gifts.

New card ideas include Target, which has added a small digital camera to their card, and Best Buy, which chose to go with a speaker that can connect to any MP3 player and play music through the included mini headphone jack.

While the Target card makes sense, because you can use it to capture holiday memories, send thank you pics to the gift giver, and even use it as a camera stand-in on your way to buying a real digital camera of your choice, the Best Buy one seems a little strange, since I can’t imagine the tiny speaker sounding any good as it attempts to keep up with the enthusiastic gift recipient.

Either way though, it’s an interesting idea, and it will be interesting to see what gets attached to a gift card next.

[Target Gift Card, Best Buy Gift Card]

…EGPApparel is a new way to play?

EGPApparelIf you happen to be shopping for shirts inside of a Target, then be sure to stop by the EGPApparel section, because they’re selling shirts that not only feature artwork from Experimental Gameplay Project games, they actually feature the games themselves on a CD that comes with each one.

Supporting indie game developers and getting a unique looking shirt out of the deal; all at the same time?

I’ll take two.


[Experimental Gameplay Project]

[Via: Tcritic Via: Kevin Allen Jr.]

…Lenovo thinks the MacBook Air is just hot air?

The Art Of Thin

I love when companies directly target other companies with their advertising (unless I’m caught in the middle of it) so this “Art of Thin” advertisement for the new Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is a fantastic shot directly at Apple’s MacBook Air (Or, according to the ad, “hot air”.)

Will Apple return fire?

[Lenovo ThinkPad X300]

[Via: CrunchGear]

…Target targets pricing?

Target Dollar Sign

Apparently Target has a neat way of keeping track of how many times they’ve discounted a product. Normally their prices end in 9 (14.99 or 19.99 for example), but each time Targets discounts the product, they drop the final digit of the price by one, with the lowest being a 4 (14.94 or 19.94 for example). If you see something you want, and the price ends in something lower than an 8, chances are, you should probably buy it before Target stops selling it all together.


[Via: Boing Boing]