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Ghostbusters Paranormal Blast is the first augmented reality game to feature the ghostbusters lisence. The $0.99 appstore title features an original addition to the Ghostbusters growing video game lineup. As a HUGE ghostbusters fan, the 99 cent price tag was hardly a concern. This app was downloaded even before I checked out the screenshots. Because […]
Angry Ninjas is an action-packed swiping game where you play as a ninja cutting down hordes of angry ninjas earning gold and glory.
If you are an online FPS player, gaining any small advantage is worth a lot. Earning longer killstreaks, the prestige of landing higher on the scoreboard, and so on. Barring outright cheats, any device that can give an advantage is worth a look. N-Control’s 360 Avenger Mod was developed with this in mind. We play […]
Recently, ASUS began breathing life back into the PC Gaming scene with the launch of the Republic of Gamers PC computing style brand. ASUS has always been a strong component brand for PC Gamers and PC builders. Coming off from successes in the netbook industry, they pressing forward in solidifying ASUS as a powerhouse maker of full systems […]
Independent Toronto-based video game developer, DrinkBox Studios has finally released their first original console game today, Tales from Space: About a Blob. Available on the PlayStation Network as a digital download, About a Blob is a campy 2-D monster-movie-inspired puzzle platformer that will no doubt strike a chord with the inherent glutinous characteristics that are […]
Fare City by Finkly Interactive has been out for some time but I do like to breathe life back into great games that can be lost in the vast ocean of the AppStore. Line tracing games gained in popularity in early 2010 but lost some of their appeal as casual users got caught up in […]
Best Shotgun Approach to Marketing and Design – 2010 Plants vs. Zombies, Pop Cap Games 1. Tower Defense Games 2. Cartoon Artwork 3. Farming / Gardening 4. Multiple Platform Release Strategy 5. ZOMBIES! Pop Cap Games figured out how to bring 5 of the most popular trends in the casual gaming to one title. Plants vs. […]
2010 has been huge for the Digital Download industry. The scope of digital downloads have changed and so has player expectations. At the start of 2009, Digital Download games were often referred to as mini games and mobile games were all classed, casual games. Now, as we reach the end of the decade, retailers are […]
If you are an Android gamer it can sometimes feel like the iPhone gets all the love and all the fun new games and all you can do is hope and wonder if those great iPhone games will find their way to the Android platform. However there are a number of great Android games that […]
Toronto’s Gamercamp, a two-day celebration of games in Toronto, offered several live demos of indie games during its first day. Two standout titles for me were “Sword and Sworcery” and “Dyad.” “Sword and Sworcery,” coming out for iphone, ipad, and ipod Touch. A joint effort between Superbrothers and Capy “Sword and Sworcery” is a 2D […]