The sales figures for Super Mario Run’s first few days are available and it is not looking great for the plumber. iOS gamers are not flocking to the game like everyone thought they would.
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The weekend is a time to wind down. A time to reflect on all the happenings in the retrogaming scene. At time to revisit the week’s main news, previews, reviews, retrospectives, and updates. This week, we looked at news on an upcoming one-on-one Super Nintendo fighting game, a 3D printer Zelda map, checked out Super […]
When Sony dropped their mobile strategy last Summer it was mostly an “eh” moment, at least for me. I am a true retrogaming fan: I have physical copies of most of the games they offered, although nothing staggeringly expensive from eBay. Now Sony is apparently making a return to the mobile gaming market with select […]
Nintendo announced back in September that Mario would be making his debut on Apple’s iOS platform and now we know when that will happen: Super Mario Run will debut on iOS on December 15, 2016. Super Mario Run is a side-scrolling platform game much in the same mold as the classic Mario plaformers. However, here, […]
Text adventure games are hard to come by nowadays. Gamers have evolved beyond reading a lot, preferring better graphics and audio to assist their imaginations. For some of use though, the imagination is still the best graphics. Anyhow, Space Rangers Quest is one such new text adventure developed by SNK Games and published by 1C […]
Disclaimer. I received a free copy of this game to review. The following views are my own and not those of SNK Games. Space Rangers: Quest is a new text adventure game from SNK Games. The game takes place in the Space Ranger’s universe. It is unlike the other games in the series like Space […]
Nintendo is a company we know and love for their innovation. From the beloved power glove, to the failed VR experiment virtual boy, to the legendary Wii they have never ceased to stop pushing the boundaries between player and game, between virtual reality and us. This time things are a little different. Miyamoto and the […]
Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you are doing great. For today, I bring you a review about one great text-based game for iOS and Android: Creatures such as we.
How do you port a successful book series that is based in the rich world of a pen and paper game to computer? Simple. You don’t. That is what Black Isle Studios did with Icewind Dale when they ported it to PC’s in 2000 for Interplay. The game is based in another century from the […]
Updates to classic titles are not all that popular for some reason. Sure, we get the original re-released for a premium price, but “new” takes on those classics are less popular for some reason. Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary has just received its 2.0 update which adds new levels and new features. Sad that we are […]
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