Simplicity is often thought to be the key in gaming. And what would be more simple and relaxing than enjoying the simple bob of the ocean, with something as innocuous as a rubber ducky? Well, if that same ocean is … Continue reading
The Walking Dead, Day-Z, Dead Rising 3…The list of zombie games seems to grow longer and longer but is the shuffling train of risen dead starting to leave a bad smell with gamers.
When it comes to quirky and interesting puzzle titles, iOS seems to be the platform of choice.
There was a time, before the iPhone, when if you wanted the best in mobile phone gaming you had to go to Japan.
Ah the 8-bit age! The days of Spectrum and Commodore computers, where bedroom programmers hammered out starkly coloured platformers and shoot-em-ups with naught but their imagination and occasional psychosis for company and inspiration.
Games Workshop have a great relationship with the Video Games Industry with a lot of popular games coming out in the past.
A friend of mine once said that Magic players are the Furries of the gaming world.
The barrier between games players and the people who make them has been growing narrower every year.
Gamers love the word impossible. It’s like a gauntlet being thrown down, a challenge that has to be met. It implies difficulty, sure, but something that can be overcome with enough practice and hard work. But Impossible Road takes that … Continue reading
Originally an iOS title, the PC port of Defenders of Ardania is impressive to say the least, and the game brings a unique element of strategy to the standard Tower Defense fair. Not just ‘another Tower Defense game’ released by … Continue reading