Videogame maker Moneyhorse Games has posted this trailer for their upcoming PC/smartphone release Glorious Leader, a Nintendo-like side-scroller starring North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Though the game’s plot, which involves you playing as Kim to “defeat waves of imperialists, combat over-the-top bosses, and ride unicorns!” is laced with cartoon violence and will likely be somewhat controversial, it’s clearly meant to satirize the cult of personality the regime has built around the brutal ruler. Moneyhorse CEO Jeff Miller told The Guardian that their goal was to get people talking about the reclusive country. Of course, Kim BFF Dennis Rodman manages to get a cameo ... Discuss

Warning to any gamers out there: As this video shows, if Super Mario were to ever come to life, jump out of your TV screen, and begin a real-life rampage, he could cause some serious damage to your home. We just feel you should be aware of the risks ... Discuss

According to a new study, playing a quick game of Tetris can help fight cravings among smokers, people attempting to stop drinking and those avoiding junk food. The study from Plymouth University in the UK, tested the “Elaborated Intrusion Theory” which is based on the idea that cravings are largely associated with mental imagery. The concept suggests that if you give the brain something visual to do—like stacking Tetris blocks—the cravings will subside. During the research, people experiencing actual cravings observed a 24% drop in the desire for the thing they wanted after playing the classic video game for three minutes. One of the researchers explained to Medicalxpress, “By playing Tetris, just in short bursts, you are preventing your brain creating those enticing images and without them the craving fades.” It’s just further evidence that old school videos are awesome ... Discuss

Back in 1983, home video game companies were still trying to figure the market out. That may explain why an Atari game called Red Sea Crossing, which featured a pixilated Moses dodging snakes and clams while attempting to escape Egypt, was only available directly from the manufacturer through advertisements in Christian magazines. Unsurprisingly, the independent Bible-based game did not sell well. Today, it’s so rare that some collectors consider it one of the “holy grails” of the industry: In 2012, a version found at a garage sale was auctioned off for more than $10,000. The blog Dangerous Minds has a brief write-up about the ill-fated concept and even a video of the game being played. After seeing Red Sea Crossing in action, let’s just say you can see why it wasn’t exactly a hit ... Discuss