Carl Williams recently came to me to give me an opportunity to write for Gaming on Batteries, in the form of Codemon coverage. After speaking with Raul Portales through e-mails, and deciding an interview was the best way to present Codemon to our readers, I drafted several questions I’d hoped he hadn’t answered one hundred […]
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Join Douglas Chase on his adventures in digging up his back yard to discover the buried treasures and riches there. Much like other Qix games, the challenge is much more pronounced than what is apparent when you start.
G5 Entertainment are celebrating independence day by giving away one of their more popular hidden object games, Bigfoot: Hidden Giant. There is no need to go any farther if you are a hidden object fan other than to the bottom of this news post for the links to your favorite platform.
Sega is on top of the Sonic birthday celebrations this year, their little blue wonder is turning 22. Things that Sonic can now do legally include drink, but not drive (or in his case, speed). He can visit adult establishments (such as bars) and well, Sonic is still cool even though he is no longer […]
We will have a review available later but for now, rather than doing a preview, we are just going to post some screen shots from the early part of the game. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words, right? This is the fourth game in the popular Dungeon Hunter series by Gameloft, a […]
Ever since seeing Robotech and Transformers as a child on television, I have been a giant robot fan. It is something that has stuck with me throughout my life, really. There is just something about giant robots that is cool and interesting to me. That is part of the reason that I am excited about […]
Let me preface this review by saying, Dungelot is THE Roguelike game for people that hate Roguelike games. There, I said it, now that that little fact is out of the way, I can get on with explaining why that is. Forget just about everything you hate about Rogue and the genre in general because […]
Companies have been trying to bring interactive television to viewers/gamers since the late 80′s with many failed attempts. Millions of dollars have been spent on trying to get people to buy into turning their television shows into interactive programming (Wheel of Fortune came the closest with a costly add-on but still failed miserably within focus […]
The Voxel Agents know how to make a cool, addicting, game out of a premise that just doesn’t sound that cool. I mean, who really thinks being a train conductor would be a cool game, yet here we are with the second game in the series on Android. Awhile back, when we had Video Game […]
Back in the day, we took games like Raiden for granted, the genre was overpopulated so to speak, there were tons of scrolling shooters available on all platforms. Even with all of that competition, the quality of Raiden was able to stand out and spawned quite the following with fans. Now, years later, Raiden has […]
Gameloft are known for making cool games and when sale time comes up, they are one of the companies that dips the deepest with their sales (their games are usually markedly higher than the competition’s prices mind you). Today, Gameloft has put Wild Blood on sale for $0.99, that is less than a buck, folks.
Scrolling fighters seem to be making a comeback similar to 2.5D action platformers and that revival continues with Dungeon Fighter Gunner on iOS and Google Play. Nexon Co. have recreated their insanely popular PC title on portable devices and judging by the shots, they did quite well.
Pirates are a fundamental staple of gaming since Sid Meier released Pirates! in the 80′s, gamers simply cannot get enough of the genre, mostly in the simulation arena (action games have not been as popular for some reason). Playmobil Pirates by Gameloft, having just hit the iTunes App Store, is preparing to hit Google Play