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Who’s Playing? A By-the-Numbers Look at EverQuest II’s Players

June 23, 2014

Who is playing Everquest II? This infographic breaks the statistics down by educational level, gender, health and other factors. Are you an Everquest II player? Read more to find out to see where you fit in. Source

Analytics Adventure

Analytics Adventure

July 7, 2013

For social game developers, analyzing user behavioral data is a crucial process for optimizing the performance of their games. But what if the analytic process was itself a game? What if we took the twists and turns that analytics often leads developers down and created a game board out of it? Analytics, after all, is […]

Business Buzzword Game

Business Buzzword Game

June 28, 2013

Business buzzwords, play at work or play along whilst watching the Apprentice. Source

Everything You Wanted to Know About the Rubiks Cube

Everything You Wanted to Know About the Rubiks Cube

May 31, 2013

In 1974 Hungarian architect Erno Rubik invented the ‘magic cube.’ Decades later and numerous frustrated and happy puzzler solvers later there have been more than 300 million Rubik’s cubes sold worldwide. With Rubik’s cube competitions and numerous fans it seems that the 1980 ‘toy of the year’ is a toy for all time. Source

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Replacing Runs

March 5, 2013

The race itself is as freakish as the horses. At 10 furlongs (1.25 miles), the distance is much further than what most of the horses have been asked to run before (most preparatory races top-out at about a mile- racing young colts farther can be dangerous.) If that’s not tough enough, the Derby is also […]

Dota History In Graphics

Dota History In Graphics

September 30, 2012

The Story within. Source

Which are the Greatest Sports Fans in America

Which are the Greatest Sports Fans in America

September 3, 2012

With less than a month away to Super Bowl XLVI, BlueKai decided give you a look at who the typical Super Bowl fanatic is! Source

Greenhill zone size

Greenhill zone size

July 15, 2012

Two images showing the sizes of the Greenhill Zone wall game and the Sonic graphic. The Greenhill Zone game will be low enough for a 6-12 year old can easily reach the top and bottom of the game. Source

Rubiks Cube

Rubiks Cube

July 15, 2012

The Rubik’s Cube has been frustrating people all over the world since 1974 when Erno Rubik introduced it to the masses. Since then people have been trying to find ways to cheat the Rubik’s system or impress family members with their fast Rubik’s reflexes. With this infographic you might be on the path to better […]

24 hrs Call of Duty: Black Ops

24 hrs Call of Duty: Black Ops

July 12, 2012

Have you heard about this game, Call of Duty: Black Ops? Apparently it is quite popular amongst gamers. But what’s even more fascinating to us, is that developer Treyarch is counting what we’re doing. The result is a counter in every multiplayerlobby, displaying a selection of those figures. And boy, those numbers are huge. Black […]

Addicted to Video Games

Addicted to Video Games

June 27, 2012

Gaming is a big business! In Korea, there are about 300 professional gamers, who play in 11 teams. Corporations pay as much as $ 20 million per year to sponsor team. Matches in Starcraft, the most popular game in Korea, are played in an olympic stadium, with 30,000 fans watching. Source

The Origin Story of Oregon Trail

The Origin Story of Oregon Trail

June 9, 2012

There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that Oregon Trail is the most popular game to have survived for 3 decades. As far as I’m concerned, the oldest game in the entire world (excluding that game where you try to hang yourself so you can cut off blood to your brain and get a bit […]