While we have reviewed both the iOS and Android versions of Plants vs Zombies 2, that was the version prior to this update. Why are we doing a news item on an update? Because this update changes quite a bit of the game, almost creating a brand new game while removing a lot of the […]
Posts Tagged ‘review’
Powered by Max Banner Ads
Ah my victims I mean friends you have returned for yet another one of my typed monstrosities I mean Articles. All jokes aside this game not only lived up to all of the hype surrounding it but some how it surpassed it!
Hexic Rush is an updated version of the original puzzle game, Hexic, that has been available on most mobile phones and Windows PC’s for years. Originally created by Alexey Pajitnov, of Tetris fame, Hexic Rush hides it addictiveness behind a simple looking multi colored screen that beckons the player on.
Contra is one of those titles that helped cement Nintendo in the psyches of many gamers of that period. Gamers knew about Contra whether they had a Nintendo Entertainment System or not. The majority of those probably played it thanks to having a friend that owned the system and game or Nintendo’s genius level at […]
While I am a fan of titles like Plants vs Zombies 1 and 2 and Pixel Kingdom, I am not a fan of traditional tower defense games. I prefer the aforementioned titles, even though they are not that different, which are known as “lane defense”. That is why it is with good reason that I […]
We never reviewed the original Plants vs Zombies here at Gaming on Batteries for several reasons, the main one being we figured the last thing people wanted to read was yet more words on Popcap’s little line defense title (that is like writing ANOTHER review of Super Mario Bros 3). That is why I am […]
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.
The Order of the Dragon is at it again, stealing the world’s most valuable and precious artifacts and the authorities can’t stop them. That is the basis of the story here in Mystery Estate. You have been drafted into the secret League, no “of something” or anything like that, simply the “League”.
Fred and Gaming on Batteries go way back (previous coverage) and it is our pleasure to bring our readers a review of Fred’s latest exploit- Skiing. If you think about it, skiing games, particularly the 3D ones, are the precursor of “endless running” games and their ilk (maybe that will be a future article?). It […]
Hidden Object games are all about the graphics (how well do the objects you are searching for fit into the scene?) and the storyline (if the storyline sucks, generally so will the game). If either one is “off” the whole game comes off as second rate. Shards of Time is a glowing example of how […]
Stan Lee, the man behind some of the biggest comic book successes in history, from The Fantastic Four to The X-Men, has moved over to iOS games. With Verticus, we get that trademark Stan Lee quality permeating from everything including storyline to graphics. This looks like a motion comic book. Stop before you turn to […]
Endless running games are getting a little long in the tooth. Plain and simple. This could be said of any genre that has gained popularity with some gamers versus others (a category I am quickly joining). That is why I’ve waited so long to review Ragdoll Run on Windows Phone.