Tower Defense games are usually dark, not that graphically appealing and some seem to go out of their way to be weird. Storm of Magic by Shamrock Games has taken a different approach. Sure, there are routes the enemy takes and you place defenses in certain areas but look at the graphics.
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Many have tried to dethrone the mighty Nintendo from their pedistal built around hand held gaming. Those same companies have failed, some damn near into bankruptcy over their failed hand helds. It takes clout, it takes deep pockets and exclusive titles to even make a dent in the armor that the Game Boy built.
We are not strangers to the world of Carnival Comics here at Gaming on Batteries, we have tentatively ventured inward with Atomic Dreams but never into the Funhouse itself (though interestingly enough, it was a Funhouse book that first instigated our trek into madness). Jake is a wild character, he is calm and cool one […]
Nintendo is known for giving fans what they want, not messing with a successful formula and only marginally making changes to the overall formula. The latest game in their extremely popular plumber series, New Super Mario Bros 2, is now available and we have more 2D action platforming action. The question is, are fans tired […]
When given the opportunity to interview someone like Rudy Vasquez, I jumped rather quickly, see I am a fan of Carnival Comics. From It’s A Madhouse to Murphy’s Law to Carnival of Souls, I am finding myself being pulled back into comics- an addiction almost as old as my gaming addiction. I was into Marvel […]
Set in 1939, when technology was quite ancient compared to today, we find a fishing boat on the high seas just trying to make a living hauling in fish when they find more than they bargained for in their latest catch. A robot with a floating skull inside its glass helmet at first seems like […]
When we started Gaming on Batteries, we knew a magazine would be launched sooner than later and that day is here. We have just launched the first issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine on Magcloud.com for our fans to check out and enjoy. Why are we using Magcloud for the release? Why start a magazine […]
2D platformers are quickly becoming an endangered genre, again (this happened a few times before but the art style held on and made come backs). Platformers that mix in puzzles, a dark theme and music to match are even rarer, that is why I want to introduce you to Nihilumbra (say that three times fast) […]