Briefly: Jiggle Physics, Robot Tomato Dispenser, Apple Car Ad

How Video Game Breasts Are Made (And Why They Can Go Wrong)

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: How video game breasts are made (and why they can go wrong), Apple Car "leaked" ad, Japan shows off wearable robot that dispenses tomatoes while you run.

  • There is a Japanese robot that feeds you tomatoes while you run. Here is a video of it.
  • This week Microsoft is running a digital store sale for both the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One. You can get up to 80 per cent off a bunch of great titles including Alien: Isolation, Destiny, Limbo, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, NBA Live 15, Batman: Arkham City, Halo 4 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. For more online bargains, head to our Hump Day Deals page.
  • Maps that take you off a bridge and into a river. No windows. Bad battery life. This is everything that could go wrong with the so-called Apple Car in one "leaked" ad.
  • Killing Floor: Uncovered 12-minute film adaptation of the video game of the same name. It takes us on a first-person, Blair Witch-style journey inside a secret biotech facility where everything goes horribly, horribly wrong. Dim the lights and watch.
  • Breasts swing. They sag. They flop. They can move. Over the years, many games have tried to emulate the way breasts behave. There‚Äôs even a term for it: "Breast physics".


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