Minecraft is one of the most successful puzzle games in the history of video games. The game was accessible to video game players of all ages, and it was also available on almost every game platform possible. The simplistic game design allowed everyone enjoy their time with the game, but it was also complex enough to keep you playing for hours. The high price of the game may have kept a lot of people away, but that is no longer a problem with the creation of Mine Clone.
November 18, 2014
On the surface, Barbarians is a classic run of the mill MMORTS (Massively Multiplayer Online Real Time Strategy game), but after digging a little bit deeper we found so much more. With lovable little villagers wandering around your holdings, unique and vibrant background music that really sets the mood, and captivating graphics that keep you coming back for more, Barbarians certainly holds its own in the gaming world.
November 11, 2014
Pimpy Da Pimp is unusual and a relatively new game, made available by Silvergames.com. The primitive graphics are simple, but interesting and effective enough to negotiate the player through this very graphic, sometimes obscene story line.
The basic idea is to help Pimpy Da Pimp make the best choices for career advancement. As you can imagine, the “opportunities” made available to such a colorful character are far from gentile — think OUTRAGEOUS.
November 4, 2014
This is a fun little driving simulator game, and if you don’t mind that it’s written in Dutch, you’ll have a good time playing it. It seems like a simple game, but it’s tough keeping your car on the road, and there’s no room for errors.
October 28, 2014
Picture Minecraft and Modern Warcraft coming together and you have a good idea of what to expect with Pixel Warfare. The game is a pixellated 3D-Shooter game that allows you to kill virtually everything that moves. The game is slightly reminiscent of the older 8-bit video games of the 80s and early 90s. This blast from the past is sure to provide you with plenty of hours of entertainment and is suitable for older audiences.
October 21, 2014
Question: What do you get if you take the setting and feel of Microsoft’s Halo series, and combine it with the fast-paced action from Quake and Unreal Tournament?
Answer: Probably a Michael Bay film. But, also, Warmerise, a multiplayer-only first person shooter created and maintained by NSdesignGames. Given that its actual subtitle is “Red vs Blue”, it’s a little hard not to make a comparison to the Halo games, which it obviously draws some inspiration from in its visuals and general feel. However, its gameplay is quite a bit different, and it’s worth looking at on its own merit.
October 14, 2014
Although this game is called Don’t Whack Your Teacher, that is exactly what you want to do. This game is another in the series of Whack games where you are free to express your homicidal, rage-filled thoughts in a cyberworld where nobody really gets hurt. There are many ways to whack your teacher in this funny little game.
October 7, 2014
Just one of a series of nigh-identical ‘idle games,’ or games that, after they get rolling, allow you to play the game by idling and literally doing nothing. Like most other entries into this genre, Dogeminer is a clicker style idling game, in the same vein as Cookie Clicker. While there are no meaningful gameplay differences, Dogeminer does boast some modifications to its choice graphics that some gamers will, perhaps, prefer to the old grind of baking chocolate chip cookies in ever more ridiculous ways. (more…)
September 30, 2014
Save the Chicken is a little story about making objects spontaneously disintegrate so that you can bring a non-flying bird in a helmet down to the ground from his precariously-stacked tower.
September 9, 2014
Let your fingers wield the sword in the samurai-based game Zazuki. Play against the game and use your fighting skills and keen strategy to win, or challenge a friend and pit your finger prowess against each other. (more…)
September 3, 2014