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Firefly Clue ThinkGeek has Firefly-themed Clue! The ship is quiet... too quiet. Something is off. Something is wrong. Someone is missing. It's River! Everyone checks again, but River is nowhere to be found on Serenity. She's not in the Cargo Bay; she's not in the Kitchen. Everyone gathers together to figure out what in tarnation is going on. Fingers point, accusations fly, and clues are searched for. That's right, you're looking at Firefly Clue. River has been betrayed and handed over to the Alliance! Now with Firefly Clue, help the Serenity crew discover who is working with the Alliance, what they used to betray River, and where on Serenity the kidnapping took place. Was it Inara with the Med Kit in the Engine Room? Or Mal with the Leather Necklace in the passenger dorm? Solve the mystery and save River! Amygdala not included. Theremin Mini Kit This mini version is a lot of bang for your buck considering how amazing theremins are. Go ahead, try to make music just by waving your hand around without one. Now you look pretty silly, huh? To those who study it, music is the perfect combination of science and art. So much science goes into getting a tone and so much art goes into getting that tone to move our hearts and dreams. And then some instruments add magic to the mix, like the Theremin. Ain't no science there, it's all magic. Silliness aside, if you've ever wanted to play the Theremin, have we got an entry-level kit for you. We call it, simply, the Theremin Mini Kit. The Theremin Mini Kit is super easy to assemble (the electronics arrive already soldered together), but takes practice to master. The gorgeous (and totally in Japanese) magazine included has tons of pictures and articles. You'll be enjoying the outer space sounds of your Theremin Mini Kit in less than half an hour, and your coworkers will love it, too. Especially when you practice with your Theremin on loud during your lunch breaks. Trust us. Get a Theremin Mini Kit today and maybe 2013 will be your year of making space music, just like Léon would want you to. Borg Cube Fridge The Borg cube mini fridge is the perfect way to assimilate cold beverages into your home entertainment setup. 4 of 5 has one. So does 7 of 10. 3 of 6 wouldn't use any other type. Yes, it's true: 9 out of 10 Borg would only keep their drinks in a Collective-approved cooling device. Since Borg adapt and combine technology, their fridges would also be able to warm. And, of course, they'd be cubes. Just like this Borg Cube Fridge! The Borg Cube Fridge looks, well, like a Borg Cube. It's small, so it won't take up a lot of space in your alcove, as you plug it into a standard 120V AC outlet. Plus, it can be powered by 12V DC power source, so when you pop off in a Borg Sphere for some cruising, you can bring your snacks with you. And yes, it does have a setting for cool and a setting for heat. With the Borg Cube Fridge, your great food will be contained until it can be assimilated... into your face! Alien: Isolation Alien: Isolation ( Xbox One or PS4) lets you spend your holiday season in close quarters with an alien Xenomorph. Just what you always wanted! We highly recommend it. Star Trek Phaser Remote Set your TV to awesome with a phaser replica/universal remote. And if your budget won't allow you to make it so, there's a phaser without all the fancy remote functions for you, too. Sometimes after a long week filled with landing parties and surprise Klingons, you just want to prop your boots up and watch a little mindless television. Or maybe you're ready to catch the weekly adventures of those wacky kids onboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. What sort of mischief will Captain Kirk get into this week? Aim that phaser at the TV and.... pew pew pew! This ST:TOS Phaser Remote lets you harmlessly blast your home entertainment system into submission. Recreated from 3D laser scans of the last known screen-used hero prop, it looks good, but it's also a fully-functioning programmable infrared remote control. And when we say "phaser" we aren't getting away with just giving you the Phaser I. Nope. It does include the Phaser I which functions as a standalone gesture-based universal remote control but also slots into its Phaser II pistol-grip base, which provides additional controls. You can store up to 36 programmable gestures: plenty to control all of your Earth-based entertainment equipment. The combined unit (Type I and Type II together) features a wide range of settings and beam strengths, including different Phaser firing sounds (including Phaser Overload sequence) and authentic Starship Enterprise sounds. 3DS XL NES Edition If you were going to get someone with some retro gaming nostalgia a 3DS anyway, the special NES version is the way to go. It comes in a special box that looks like the old school console and everything. Dragon Age: Inquisition You can't miss with Dragon Age: Inquisition on Playstation 4 or Xbox One. Become the Inquisitor: Wield the power of the Inquisition over the course of an epic character-driven story, and lead a perilous journey of discovery through the Dragon Age. Play Your Way: Completely control the appearance and abilities of your Inquisitor, party of followers, outposts, and strongholds. Decide the makeup of your Inquisition forces and your own style of combat. Ninja Turtles Headphones We'll forgive these Turtle headphones the missed opportunity of using Raph for right and Leo for left, because their retro turtle design is just too great. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Headphones are lightweight and feature an over-the-ear design. Listen to your music with your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle! Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire Updated Pokémon remakes and Omega Ruby are great for fans of the series or younger gamers who might have missed them the first time around. Alpha Sapphire DIY Gramophone Kit Get all Bioshock by assembling your own gramophone and then playing eerily cheery music on it to juxtapose the horrifying, unspeakable things happening in your house. That describes what goes on in your house during the holidays, too, right? Game of Thrones Dragon Egg USB Drive The dragon egg flash drive isn't as great at storing dragons as a real dragon egg, but much better at storing practical, real-world things like computer data. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U If you know someone who owns a Wii U and does not already own this game, it's a safe bet that they want it. You can also pick up the 3DS version for a little less cash. Light Up Mega Man Helmet Get equipped with a light up Mega Man helmet for your desk or any area that needs to rock a little harder, really. Every time Mega Man takes out an evil robot, he gains that the use of that robot's weapon. Unfortunately, Mega Man had just beaten Shrinking Man and then used his shrink ray on Mirror Man. The ray bounced back, and Mega Man was made smaller. Now, his name is Mega Mini Man. BUT, he's just the size to wear this Mega Man Helmet! Ok, so the Mega Man Helmet is not really made to be worn; it's all for show. But what a show! The base features USB-powered LEDs, which shine up to illuminate the removable helmet. But the cool thing is, when you place the Mega Man Helmet on its base, the side lights will light up - even if the base is turned off. Made of chrome resin, the Mega Man Helmet isn't just a cheap feeling, plastic helmet; it's pretty heavy. Alas, too heavy for our heads. Also, our heads are too big to fit into the Mega Man Helmet. Dang. Hohokum Enter the whimsical, colorful universe of Hohokum. Take on the role of a curious flying kite-like being and travel to unique worlds full of eclectic characters and interactions. While there are goals, activities, and secrets to uncover, at its heart, Hohokum is a playground - a place to wander about and get lost in. Halo: The Master Chief Collection For the Halo fan who has everything, it's contains remastered versions of... everything. The Master Chief Collection For the first time ever, The Master Chief’s entire story is on one console. Featuring a re-mastered Halo 2: Anniversary, along with Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4, new digital series, Halo: Nightfall, and access to the Halo 5: Guardians Beta, this is the definitive Halo experience. Monty Pyton's The Ministry of Silly Walks is a fairly simple mobile game, but the personality it brings is well worth the price of admission for some mindless, time-killing gameplay. The Ministry of Silly Walks Plus, they already updated it with a Halloween theme, so there's a chance it could wind up being a very seasonal holiday gift with another update.
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