Trollface Quest 6 is a point-and-click puzzle game that’s less of a troll than you’d think – although it may cause your force to contort into shapes not dissimilar to the titular meme.
TQ is most heavily reminiscent of traditional adventure games of yesteryear, albeit in a minimalist package. Rather than roaming a sandbox world finding puzzles at your own pace, the player is presented with predesignated scenes to solve by selecting the right background objects at the right times. (more…)
March 2, 2015
The colorful pinatas in the game are fun to look at and use festive colors. The rest of the graphics are in a similar style. They are interesting enough to keep you engaged in the game. This is especially true of some of the weapons. There is music playing in the background that is not intrusive. The sound effects are diverse although they are hit or miss as to whether they match what is happening. It is important to note Pinata Hunter 3 might not be suitable for some young kids. The pinatas in the game wince painfully when struck and the weapons get a little violent. (more…)
February 23, 2015
Finger vs. Guns combines a few genres and an original idea to come up with a game that is entertaining and easy to learn. It uses typical cartoon graphics to illustrate everything happening on the screen. One of the benefits of the graphic style is that it allows for very smooth animations. This is important since the game is filled with frantic action. There is a full soundtrack with different songs for every stage and menu screen. The sound effects are acceptable although they leave a little to be desired when compared to the music quality.
You play the role of a finger in this funny game. You are represented by a large finger on the screen above everything else. A small figure on the screen is your enemy throughout the game. This enemy enjoys wielding his weapons and shooting at your finger when in trouble. (more…)
February 16, 2015
All of your romantic aspirations can be revealed through the intuitive programming of “Love Calculator.” This nifty little application plays the role of matchmaker by using name math to determine any couple’s viability.
There are not any extra bells and whistles. This program gets straight to the point. After splashing the screen with a cutesy pink display filled with pixelated hearts, the program launches its main page.
February 9, 2015
The concept of Tangerine Tycoon is to produce as many tangerines as possible. The graphics are very basic and static although they are acceptable for games in this genre. You start with a single tangerine on the screen that you can click. Each click earns you another tangerine. You eventually get enough to plant a bush that automatically generates a small amount of tangerines each second.
February 2, 2015
Combat 3 uses a typical military or tactical assault theme for the graphics, weapons and gameplay. The graphics in Combat 3 are adequate although they are far below what most people expect to see in first-person shooters today. There are no shadows and the textures are repetitive. There are also few special effects. The muzzle flashes from guns are practically invisible. There are very basic sound effects that have a somewhat hollow feeling.
January 26, 2015
Looks like auto maker Toyota already has an understanding for the needs of customers, and obviously people want to design their personal dream car. For sure, you can apply for Toyota’s annual contest. But it’s only for kids. And, if you really are into racing games, too, then you should give Dream Car Racing 2 definitely a try! In this fun physics-based game you will have both: constructing and driving a car. Sounds good, eh? (more…)
January 19, 2015
Duck Life: Treasure Hunt does an exceptional job of creating a fun atmosphere with bright graphics that are not too silly and not too serious. There is a lighthearted soundtrack playing in the background as you play. A nice feature is that you get to customize most aspects of the appearance of your duck. This includes tattoos, colors, hats and clothes.
January 12, 2015
Make Them Fall is a game by Ketchapp Games, who also have developed the most played game in 2014, 2048. It is designed for iOS and other mobile devices and has very simple graphics. The simple graphics are actually a big benefit because you need to be able to identify threats fast while playing. There are basic sound effects and no background music. You do get to choose the difficulty of the game when first starting. The five settings available are normal, nightmare, hell, inferno and impossible. The difference between the settings is how many falling people you have to manage at once. The hardest level has six people on the screen at one time.
January 5, 2015
In this cool game your friend Pedro is a helper and he will offer you tips and advice throughout your game time. In this game, your goal is to get as many points as possible while surviving your venture through the arena.
December 29, 2014