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.
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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 […]
Friends today we tackle together one of the main foundations that the Nvidia Shield was built upon. PC streaming great games! I will show you in this article not only why the Nvidia Shield excels at the task but, also how it does so and, a way to play your PC games away from home! […]
Hello yet again friends! I know this title is causing a little confusion but fear not Handheld Lover is here to hopefully free your mind of any worries and set the mood for countless hours of intense gaming and multimedia fun. First and most important is to understand that Android is a very good thing […]
Rayman, the limbless hero from the 32-Bit days (he first appeared on the Atari Jaguar but completely dissed the 3DO for some reason) has just entered the “endless running” model for mobile devices. Is this good? Is this bad? Is this a return to the old days of platforming and challenges that made you think […]
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.
Let me preface this review by saying, Dungelot is THE Roguelike game for people that hate Roguelike games. There, I said it, now that that little fact is out of the way, I can get on with explaining why that is. Forget just about everything you hate about Rogue and the genre in general because […]
Originally, this was intended to be in the second issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, no we aren’t delaying the mag or anything similar, it was just decided that we wouldn’t have room for this review in the next issue. Rather than delay the review to the third or fourth issue, we decided to go […]