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 […]
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He-Man, the 80′s cartoon that was originally supposed to be an animated Conan show but was changed towards the end of the creation process. While this license has seen some games in the early 80′s on systems such as the Atari and Intellivision, it didn’t reappear till the Game Boy Advance overhead action game based […]
HeroCraft have placed their Android title, Tiny Token Empires, on sale for a limited time. Right now, on Google Play, you can grab this brain teasing humour filled strategy title for the low low price of $0.99. Just click the pic below to be taken to the store.
If you have been avoiding HeroCraft’s Any Raid game due to there not being a demo available then you have no excuse now. HeroCraft have just released a two level demo for their popular title about the tiniest workers in nature.
JXD is coming out with new dual core versions of their popular portables such as the S602 (the same as the S601 but it has a resistive dual touch screen). We just learned from the Dingoonity.org message boards the specs of the S602B listed below:
Overhead shooters have been reported as a dying breed around here for quite awhile but truth is, they are seeing a slight resurgence in the gaming world. Innovation is returning to the genre, no longer are developers simply relying on nostalgia to garner a purchase and download when they release a retro styled shooter. Spikepit […]
Pac-Man, a gaming staple since nearly the beginning and a title that is a timeless title. From the music to the graphics, that impression on the subconscious is permanent once you play a few mazes, even if it has been years. Right now, you are probably imagining the sound effects and hearing that “whomp whomp” […]
Overhead scrolling shooters, once a proud genre with their close cousing- the side scrolling shooter, is almost an endangered species of gaming. Sure, we get the occasional retro release from Capcom (how many times can fans be expected to buy yet another copy of any of the 194x series?), but fans want new original action. […]
I have been watching the Simpsons since they were a short on the Tracy Ulman show and had really crummy animation (and didn’t exactly look like they do now). The Simpsons are not new to video games since they have been fairly popular with license happy video game companies (can you name the first home […]
In today’s mobile gaming market there seems to be a rift growing within the gaming community between gamers that want games to stay as close to free as possible and game publishers wanting to make as much money as possible off of their hard work. Many would argue this rift has been there since the […]