Celebrating 20 Years

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The 2017 DICE Awards anchored with an iconic 20 years of winning. Watch it here.

Yes, many of our projects fall into the “never seen that before” category, and this one is a perfect example.

In this case, the client asked NoodleHaus to memorialize their 20 years of game awards.  “After 8 years of shows there’s a great short-hand between NoodleHaus and the Academy that allows us to take projects into new and interesting directions, it’s a blessing.” Says Matthew Stainner of NoodleHaus.

We created a reverent game-world sculpture inspired by fine art you’d expect in a more spiritual context. What better way to celebrate a rock-solid history of accomplishments.

Take a look, and let us know what you think!

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Border Patrol, post wall.

Wednesday Captions: Where we pick a random image and write whatever we want!

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Other submissions include:

“Mario is having a hard time adapting to every day life.”

“How NOT to be a Ninja Rule #1.”

“Where Jim goes during the finance meeting.”

“The Treachery of images”

And now, some really fun random clips!
Thanks for playing.

LONG THOUGHFUL CAPTION

We don’t normally use really long captions, their captions right? But this guy has been playing for years and he really deserves this win for digging so deep to bring light to our dim world. … Here’s it is.

Word of the day: “Frown” frown

Caption(s): “You cannot have negative without positive, nor positive without negative.
You cannot have dark without light, it’s the absence of light that gives dark its meaning.
You cannot have the peak of a wave, without the trough of a wave.
You cannot have some thing without no thing
One extremity gives the other extremity it’s existence.”

As promised: Gifs!!

Watch me whip, watch me neigh neigh.

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WEDNESDAY STOCK PICS: Where NoodleHaus conducts a random stock photo search, then writes the best copy possible. Play along if you like!

Our Caption: “Watch me whip, watch me neigh neigh.”

And now…. 9 out of 10 of NoodleHauses agree, gifs may contribute to happiness in special cases.