By Mark Frauenfelder at 1:59 pm Thu, Jun 17, 2010
It's not real, at least not yet. (Via Neatorama)
We’ve had these things in Sydney for years.
First encountered them New Years Eve 1983, down by Sydney Harbour. Every you went thousands of idiots were hooting their brains out.
That’s because Australia is full of South Africans ;)
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Last level: Flight of the Bumblebee
It would be even funnier if it showed every instrument being played continuously all at once.
You deserve several medals for your comment.
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Oh yeah, this one is much better.
this is a working game : http://www.longestvuvuzela.com
I was thinking the exact same thing.
Wow, that’s really annoying.
Wow. That’s amazing. That’s going to become the next rickrolled. At least for the next few weeks.
I’m expecting someone to do the LoLoLoLo YouTube video to a VuVuZela any moment now.
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Now with 16 new tracks! Play in Beginner, Pro or World Cup mode! Disclaimer: no responsibility taken for respiratory or hearing problems.
It’s too bad this isn’t a real thing that South Africans and tourists could have used to learn and practice actual songs. I really want to hear some American fans bust out a version of “Louie, louie” at tomorrow’s game.
@SamSam Exactly my thought. Too bad.
I’d like to see Kora Hero!! A 21 string interface would be way more fun than actual Guitar Hero…plus the music would be way, way better…
The goal of the game is to drown out the music the band tries to play.
Er, yes, and as of yet no Ukulele Hero has arisen from the ashes to reclaim its rightful place as king of all that is melodic personal entertainment on the American Hearth.
as of yet no Ukulele Hero has arisen
But there’s always Accordion Hero!
(My other half was disconsolate when she realized it was a joke).
These are sold in Boston for New Year’s Eve too. Never thought a cheap plastic horn would be marketed as a traditional instrument…
I’ve never considered “Coming Soon” a threat, but this time…
I love the sound of these…they are better than a Nickleback song :).
I found this shirt that I like.
If Australia wins its bid to host the World Cup, everybody should bring didgeridoos to the stadiums.
http://vuvuzelabutton.com is sort of like this, but you always win.
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