E-mail Racing? and MORE DONGs!!

E-mail Racing? and MORE DONGs!!


Hey Vsauce, I’m Jake
and I have 19 DONGs for you, things that you can
Do Online Now, Guys. More than 294 billion emails are sent every day, but to send one
to the company Dark Igloo, you have to race your message to the finish line. If your message is a secret,
hide it in a photo with Encrypt. Encrypt uses a process called steganography to conceal the bits
that make up the text and puts them into the image’s code making it impossible
to see with the naked eye. Or you could be like Snazzell Films
and make your photos move with Cinemagraph. You take a video clip, select which part of it
you want to continue moving, and the rest of the image goes still. If it goes well, you should get
a Cinemagraph like this. And stay creative with Silk,
a beautiful interactive art tool. You can change the color and symmetry
of what you draw and it also has an incredibly
relaxing soundtrack. But instead of coloring your screen,
why not Colour My World? In this fantastic Flash game,
you travel through the Grey Mountains, leaving bits of color behind and solving puzzles
all in the quest to be reunited with your love. If you don’t have a love, then you should
probably just Spank Your Monkey. The harder you hit it, the better score you’ll get. And if it’s size that matters,
then play Super Resize Me, a game where you have to scale
your browser window to fit the colored box. If you don’t make it in time,
let off some steam by slapping this guy in the face with an eel. If it was an electric eel, then he might be
in for a shock. Instant CSI button. Still upset?
Then look at these cute animals on gruntled.me for an endless stream of preciousness. Then save the land and the game
in Skrillex Quest, a Zelda-style adventure game
where a piece of dust has not only corrupted the cartridge but also the world within. You have to slash your way
through the glitch-filled kingdom on a mission to rescue the princess
with the Skrillex song Summit as the soundtrack. Or you can make your own dubstep
with Button Beats Dub Step Cube. Drop the beat! If dub step isn’t your jam,
MACLINUX100 showed me multiplayerpiano.com. It lets you play those ivory keys
with random people online. Then take a look at how music distribution
has changed with this informative GIF or “JIF” which was the way the creator
intended it to be pronounced similar to how you say “gin” and not “gen” but the delivery won’t matter much
when it’s been translated into Mayan glyphs. You can transform over twenty languages into Mayan so you can write in your favorite phrases
or YouTube channels, right guys? Or you could confuse your friends
with WriteUpsideDown.com. For more of a challenge, try Orbox C, a puzzle that has you bouncing
from block to block in order to complete each level. If you end up missing your mark,
it will show you the path you took last round so you can learn from your mistake. As the game progresses,
more obstacles appear like bombs, angles that bounce you in different directions,
and teleports. With thirty levels, the game is pretty big
but not as massive as Westerado, an incredible and gorgeous game
that was created with the help of Vsaucer Sam von Lonkhuyzen. In this open world western,
you are on the hunt for the man responsible
for slaughtering your family. You have to go from town to town
investigating the locals, finding jobs, and of course,
using your six shooter when things get hairy. This game is really amazing as is the music, and it is hard to believe
that you can play this for free right now. After spending all night playing Westerado, find out when it’s best to go to sleep
with the bedtime calculator. Then interpret your dreams with DreamForth.com and subscribe to Vsauce 3 for more DONGs. I’m Jake, and as always, thanks for watching.

98 Replies to “E-mail Racing? and MORE DONGs!!”

  1. Dong
    Plague inc. u have to infect the entire world with sickness before the cure is discovered using upgrades. It is a mobile app, but you NEED to see it. Thx!

  2. ʇɟɐɹɔǝuıɯ 'ɹǝʌǝ ǝɯɐb ʇsǝq ǝɥʇ ɟo ǝʞɐɯǝɹ ןooɔ ɐ ¡sʞɔoןq ǝuıɯ ʇno ʎɹʇ 'ʇɐǝu ʎʇʇǝɹd

  3. I remember the monkey one from years ago, basically my entire afterschool program childhood flashed before my eyes when i saw that monkey.

  4. I found out that in spank the monkey if the hand laggs enough you can get insane amounts of speed. My highest one was over 2000 mph…
    and I got a sweet song to go with it.

  5. ¡sobıɯɐ 'soıpɐ ˙ʍoןǝq ʎןdǝɹ ɐ ǝʌɐǝן puɐ ǝɟıן ɐ ʇǝb ob 'ʍou ˙sıɥʇ pɐǝɹ puɐ ʎɹʇ oʇ ǝɯıʇ ǝɥʇ ʇuǝds ʎןןɐnʇɔɐ noʎ ʎɥʍ ʇnoqɐ 'ǝuo pǝsnɟuoɔ ǝɥʇ ɯ,ı ʍou ˙sʇǝɹɔǝs sıɥ sןɐǝʌǝɹ ɹǝʌǝu uɐıɔıbɐɯ ɐ 'ʇnq 'ʇɐɥʇ ʇnoqɐ pǝsnɟuoɔ ʎʇʇǝɹd ǝɹ,noʎ ǝɹns ɯ,ı ˙uʍop ǝpısdn buıʇıɹʍ ɯɐ ı puɐ uoʎן ǝʞɐظ sı ǝɯɐu ʎɯ ˙oןןǝɥ

  6. That face he makes after he says "I have 19 DONGs for you". Looks like Jake wants a new name for this series! LOL!

  7. ǝɟıן noʎ ɟo spuoɔǝs 03 pǝʇsɐʍ ʇsnظ noʎ uǝɥʇ sıɥʇ pɐǝɹ oʇ buıʎɹʇ ɹnoʎ ɟı

  8. Skrillex Quest, more like shitty music that idiots listen to quest. And there a dupstep..err I mean shitstep beatbox in there? Just how much can a cancer be a cancer?

  9. What's that song that's playing in the background of a lot of these videos? Sounds like a modernized version of some 8-bit music, but I don't recognize it. It's cool though 🙂

  10. Is Ni-no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch really your background? I had o idea any other people knew about that game…

  11. I opened the piano and a got an alert from "Microsoft" that my computer has a "Virus".
    The URL was not microsoft.com
    So… be careful.

  12. In the beginning the Universe was created. This angered lots of people and is regarded as a bad move says:

    CSI button exploded my ears.
    why is it so damn loud D:

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