We covered this title on Android awhile back, and now we are covering the iOS versoin. How is that for a switch? Android players got the game first. Anyhow, Herorcaft have shown they are a quality game developer and publisher and Enchanted Kingdom just furthers that image.
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Temple Run, the game that launched the 3D Running genre has just had its sequel hit Google Play a few days ago. Fans have been clamoring to get it, waiting with baited breath (iOS fans got it a little while before Android). The 3D running is still here, intact, but there have been some changes […]
Growing up I watched a lot of Matlock and Murder, She Wrote and now as an adult I watch a lot of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and many other shows that had a clear legal aspect to them. While Devil’s Attorney is not quite like those shows, it is quite interesting how things […]
The Hobbit, the final “blockbuster” movie of 2012 is all the rage and here we are playing games based around the myths presented in the movie and the book it was based on. Join Bilbo, Gandalf and the rest of the Get Along Gang as they go forth and try to defeat the great evil […]
Taking two different genres and mixing them together has been around for a long time, we have seen RPG’s mixed with Bejeweled, action titles and now we have another entry in the short list of side scrolling shooter RPG’s available. Sector Strike brings 2.5D game play to Android gamers along with a fair bit of […]
Wild Blood, a 3rd person action hack and slash title that I would have sworn would not run on the single core, 1 gig, 512 mb of RAM JXD S601, this game simply should not run but it does. I am using Skelrom 1.5 for those that may be experiencing different results and want to […]
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.
Sega are not newcomers to bringing out their plethora of original IPs onto newer platforms, we have seen nearly every major Sega franchise resurrected on newer hardware from Sonic to Jet Set Radio and Virtua Tennis and Virtua Fighter (but no love for Virtua Racing, yet).
In gaming it is customary to continue any series that is successful all the way to the point of being stupidly inane to the average gamer (how many versions of Street Fighter II has Capcom been peddling for the last 20 years that don’t advance the game at all?). For some, Angry Birds has passed […]
When I was younger, playing Street Fighter II by Capcom on my Super Nintendo was the thing I did after school work was done and on weekends when I had free time (other than playing Sim City). The competitiveness of the game was cool and other than the occasional cheating boss character, it was cool […]