Tag Archive: Game

EyeCons is a speed-matching game that offers some fun! (review)

There are approximately 1 billion tile matching games in the Google Play Store. EyeCons is a a new 2-tile matching game that offers some unique twists as well as look & feel. It’s a great selection for all ages, as there is almost no text to get through. The game is actually a take on a

Sprint steps up its game, unveils “Unlimited Freedom”

After a short hiatus of dwindling unlimited plans by Sprint, they today announced the return of the popular package that allows users an almost unlimited amount of data, text and calls. Beginning tomorrow, 19 August 2016, subscribers can sign up for the deal in-store. A single line costs a respectable $ 60, while $ 100 will get

Machines at War 3 is a quality strategy game for Android (review)

Overview Machines at War 3 is a recently released strategy game for Android by developer Isotope 244. It’s a game with a futuristic/mechanical feel that features a lot of strategic base/infrastructure building for acquiring enough money and electricity/power, as well as troop deployment and engagement to conquer you enemies. It can be played by gamers

Google’s latest game lets kids explore the Himalayas

Google has leveraged Maps’ 3D imagery to build a kids game that lets them explore the Himalayas as a 500-foot Yeti called Verne. The game — built using the Unity game engine — is meant to be educational, teaching kids about the tallest mountain range in the world as they hike and fly around.

Verne can scale “Mt. Everest in seconds, skate across icy lakes, chase yaks, discover bits of information, ride a jetpack, play traditional Himalayan instruments,  [Read More…]

Note 7 users get Galaxy Game Pack on Google Play

In a win for customers who buy Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 phone, the company is offering an exclusive Galaxy Game Pack on Google Play. The pack features over $ 400 worth of in-game giveaways from over 14 different mobile games. It offers a mixture of games that show off 3D graphic gaming using Vulkan-supported technology

Swipe It: Simple premise, simple play, simple game (review)

Overview Swipe it is an unabashedly simple Android game for all ages from developer M/Games, where the goal is to swipe your screen in the same direction as the game indicates, as long as you can until you screw up and have to start over. That’s really all there is to say for an intro;

Word Teaser is a new take on the classic word search game (review)

Intro You may have played a mobile word search game or two, and they may have had their share of unique color schemes, game modes, and such. But I would like to take you through a truly new style of word search game: Word Teaser. From the developer GAMEDU, who also offers up to 20

You can now buy the HTC Vive from GAME in the UK

If you’re yet to invest in one of the more premium VR experiences, the HTC Vive is now available for order from GAME in the UK for £689. The company’s VR experience makes use of a headset and a pair of controllers to interact with what’s being displayed on-screen.

As an added bonus, GAME is offering free UK Express Delivery, a total of three games worth over £75 thrown in for free, as well as 5512  [Read More…]

Pokémon Go already the biggest mobile game in U.S. history

Barely a week into its debut, Pokémon Go has clocked 21 million daily active users, edging past Candy Crush Saga’s 20 million users recorded in 2013. The data comes from online survey company SurveyMonkey, which pegs Pokémon Go as the biggest mobile game in U.S. history. The game already surpassed Tinder and Twitter when it comes to daily active users, and it isn’t even available globally yet, with Niantic pausing its international rollout to deal with the massive influx of  [Read More…]

Nintendo is thinking about making game controllers for smartphones and tablets

Nintendo executive Shinya Takahashi stated recently that it’s possible the Japan-based game developer could create controllers for smartphones and tablets in the future.

Polygon reports that Takahashi, Nintendo’s general manager of entertainment planning and development, brought up the notion at the company’s annual general shareholders.

“Physical controllers for smart device applications are available in the market and it is possible that we may also develop something new by ourselves,” Takahashi said. “I believe Nintendo’s way of  [Read More…]