Flappy Bird has been quite a sensation, regardless of being over a year old, in the last few weeks. The developer/publisher, Dong who is a resident of Vietnam, has pulled the game from Google Play and iTunes. Dong cited various personal reasons pertaining to becoming a celebrity and specifically said his actions were not related […]
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Advertising and gaming have been working together since the early days- remember Chase the Chuckwagon on the Atari 2600? Yo Noid! on the Nintendo Entertainment system or Cool Spot on Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis are a couple more examples. This is nothing new. Now, Activision are getting into the cross promotion fun with Pitfall […]
While Syberia 3 is coming to Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 soon, the Android version of the original is celebrating high ranking in the “Brain” category on Google Play. Currently in the Top 5 new paid games, Syberia is holding firm with fans who have not forgotten this classic adventure title.
These titles are all licenses that certainly don’t scream “endless running” when you hear their names. We have kids shows, classic game characters and a lasagna loving cat from the funny pages all represented on this list. That is the point of this list though, variety and to give our readers an idea of the […]
We all survived Friday the 13th so why not celebrate with some great games at great prices? Some titles are returning sales champions while many others are first timers on our list of sales. No matter what, there is probably at least one good game worth your money on this list just waiting to be […]
Gamevil have updated their popular Massively Multiplayer Hack and Slash title, Dark Avenger, with a new character class for gamers to enjoy. The Sorceress class is now available for players that wish to use more spells in their hack and slash gaming.
The first Where’s My Water game was well received here at Gaming on Batteries, scoring a mid range 80′s in our review over a year ago. The second title is just what a sequel should be, more of the same that hooked players, with a dash of new to keep fans interested and coming back […]
Greetings fellow gamers! I’m going to give not only a list of games that I own and play often but, I will also list what about each game will hopefully appeal to you. Also the numbered order of the games has nothing to do with their being better or worse than one another! This list […]
Retro styled action adventure titles are all the rage with developers lately, and we don’t see anything wrong with that honestly. As long as they are good titles, bring them on. Darkness is one of the latest pixelated adventures to hit the iOS and Google Play stores, originally a Commodore 64 title to be released […]
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 […]
Hello again friends! I hope to be enlightening you today to one of the beautiful aspects of being an Nvidia Shield/Gaming Tablet owner. Today I will tell you about the benefits of owning both a PC and an Nvidia Shield/Gaming Tablet. First the Nvidia Shield/Gaming Tablet not only enhances your PC gaming and social life […]
Skelton, the main man of JXD hacking and improving, released XSample awhile back on Dingoonity.org message boards and we promptly downloaded it and installed it. Anyone that has played with the JXD S7300 very long will be able to tell you that the stock firmware sucks pretty hard. As usual, Skelton has fixed it.