TWO SANDY BALLS – Dan and Phil Play: Golf With Friends #2

Phil: Hello, DanandPhilGAMES caddy-lads! Phil: I liked it so much Dan: Oh, that’s sticking Phil: That is sticking! Dan:Thank you very much. Phil: and welcome back to Golf With Friends! Dan I can just- You loved it! Phil: *golf club noise* Dan You were like, “Yes, the golf-lifestyle!” Phil: Yeah Dan: I’m wearing expensive polo-shirts, […]

THE TWILIGHT ZONE – Dan and Phil Play: Golf With Friends #3

P: Hello, Dan and Phil Games hole-in-ones! *SWING* and unfortunately Dan couldn’t be here today, so it’s just me (rip) D: BOOM! PSYCH! P: Who would have thought you were (D: Punk’d) actually here! D: Got ya P: Such a good disguise D: Can’t see me cause I’m wearing this P: We’ve totally used that […]

Solving Nintendo Game Boy cartridge storage / display (+ many others) – Game Room Ideas

One of my favorite things about being a part of the video game collection community is seeing that even though we are all presented with the same logistical problems, we’ve each invented different fun and interesting solutions. That’s why I started this series, to share what I’ve discovered and devised from my own experiences, and […]

Mini Simon Game

Some things from the ’80s are best left in the ’80s. [MUSIC – RICK ASTLEY, “NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP”] But some things deserve to be revived. Simon, the addictive electronic memory game, is now portable. The Mini Simon is just like it’s ’80s ancestor, complete with authentic sounds. Press the center button to activate […]

The Greatest R/C Car Chase Ever

*Engines Reving* *action intensified* *police sirens* *car crash* *car crash* *helicopter sounds* *heicopter sounds* *driving towards the Heli* *crashes *Cars trying to start*

Train Mountain – The World’s Longest Miniature Railroad Layout

In July, during my summer vacation, I visited train Mountain… The longest miniature railroad in the world… With over 23 miles of mainline track on a huge 2,200 acre property. Train Mountain sits at an elevation of about 4,300 feet in a forest in Southern Oregon. Not too far away from Crater Lake National Park. […]