Tweet Another offering from MEDL Mobile, Thundersword Across the Sky will have you soaring through the sky with the one Viking sword that avoids violence. A quirky little game, Thundersword is brought to you by the same people to deliver Boxhead- The Zombie Wars and Fruit Blast. While all the MEDL Mobiles games I’ve played […]
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Tweet iHeroes is available from the App Store for a deceptively low investment of $2.99. This app is the remake/relaunch of Heroes of Might and Magic 2, originally released for the PC in 1996. The Heroes of Might and Magic franchise reaches back to 1995 and its sixth installation will supposedly drop sometime this fall. […]
Tweet Purveyor of absurd and off color media, [adult swim] has delivered many wonderful games such as Robot Unicorn Attack, Hemp Tycoon and Amateur Surgeon. Now, teaming up with the developer Pik Pok, they’ve released Monsters Ate My Condo (M.A.M.C.). For a measly $0.99, this App Store ‘Game of the Week’ (9/16/11) is a wise […]
Tweet If I was asked, “what is the one genre of games that I have a secret addiction for?” it would have to be tower-defense games. I have been known to spend hours on end playing free flash games at my PC, trying to get past the next wave of enemies. When Signal Studios put […]
Tweet Rewind to 1992 for a moment, three games thunder onto the arcade scene- Street Fighter II: Championship Edition, Mortal Kombat, and X-Men. Joining the likes of The Simpsons and TMNT: Turtles in Time, arcade cabinets were still the kings of gaming.
Tweet A big fear gamers had when Ubisoft so quickly announced the sequel to Assassin’s Creed II was that the story will not be as strong and compelling. The cause for this fear was the developer’s strong focus on multiplayer. The previous Assassin’s Creed games had only a single player mode which often translates to […]
Tweet I hope our readers don’t feel deceived by the information in the follow paragraphs. Last week i managed to complete the Halo: Reach campaign on the Heroic difficulty.
Tweet Hello again!?Today Hamu-chan would like to talk about another DS game “Ja-Pan”. In Japanese they call bread “Pan”. So Ja-Pan is a play on words. This is a board game similar to monopoly, but with recipes instead of properties. You select your character, make bread and become a Master Baker.
When I first heard about Brutal Legend I was very excited because it was a combination of my two favorite things, videogames and heavy metal music. So basically the game is a big beat um up/slash fest! Wrong! apparently the developer Double Fine decided to dabble in the RTS realm.
Tweet When I first started AC2 I wasn’t sure what to expect. For those of you who have already stepped into the Animus you know what I mean.