“Ye cannae change the laws of physics, Jim!” Well that may be so, but in this game, it’s all about the electrons. Push ones of the same colour together and they disappear; different colours clashing creates new electrons of another shade. There’s a bit more to it than this, but that’s the basic idea. And […]
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Superman, Spiderman, Batman. Comic book legends and serious heroes that you can count on to save the day…. Well thanks to Mad magazine, they created a comic strip that has become legend for quite the opposite reason and its popularity is huge. The Spy vs. Spy concept is simple. For those not in the know, […]
What would you do if you discovered a strange castle on top of a hill in the distance? If you are Anya, star of Illusion Castle, you would obviously make your way to said mysterious castle and explore. As with most things in life, that is not exactly the best idea you could probably have […]
Out of all of the games that we see receive fan homages regularly one genre seems to be forgotten just as often. That is the Arkanoid style brick breaker game, also known as Breakout. Well, the developers behind Retroid for the Nintendo Game Boy certainly remember those two classics. Sure, the Game Boy already received […]
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 update a classic like Snake? I mean, this is one of those iconic games that is hard to expand on without losing the charm of its simplicity. Wambo Ing. have done a fine job in expanding on the classic and taking it to the third dimension on Android.
Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you are all doing great. Well, for today, I bring you a review about what was, probably, the first retro game I ever played. I hope you enjoy it! Well… What to say about Bubble Bobble? First released in 1986 by Taito, it is an action platformer. […]
When it comes to original PlayStation games, titans such as Crash Bandicoot and Spyro are usually the first to appear, drifting out of the fog of memory. Others fell to the wayside or were overshadowed by giants; of the latter the late Sir Daniel Fortesque comes to mind and several forays into a dark yet […]
Classic genres such as overhead shooters have been finding a new home in the mobile world. That is great for fans that just want to see more overhead shooters. Many of these newer games are not my cup of tea though- they are of the “bullet hell” style which I can honestly do without. I […]
2D side scrolling action platforming games. I miss them. Actually, I miss the time that they ruled the roost so to speak. From Super Mario to Aero the Acro-Bat. I played most of them. I say most because there was a time there were too many coming out to purchase in due time. This may […]
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