Sine Mora rose to critical acclaim when it hit gaming consoles such as the Playstation and XBLA more than 6 months ago.
After teasing us with their dramatic gameplay video, Destructamobile have finally launched their time travelling shooter game A Thug in Time.
Murderers must be avenged. And there’s no escape for the bad guys even if they can travel through time.
“Oh, another game in which I shoot aliens, oh how innovative and interesting”. Wrong! Why we think so?
Tired of plain old vanilla Minecraft survival mode? Punching trees and huddling in dirt huts the first night to survive the relentless zombie and creeper attacks.
While Carmaggedon is often credited with having done the best job of blending violence and driving, it’s certainly not the first title to do so.
Playing Carmageddon on the PC as a child, I remember squealing with delight as I ran over hapless pedestrians, smashed into fellow drivers and totaled my car over and over again; what I don’t remember, however, is keeping score.
As much as I don’t want to admit it — mostly because as a jaded, grouchy old game reviewer, I’m supposed to have experienced everything mobile gaming has to offer Blitz Brigade absolutely floored me.
I was of the impression that rail shooters aren’t really worth gamers’ time – after all, your character’s movements are predefined, and all you can do is aim and shoot at enemies who come at you from a single direction.
If you are an old, khm, PC player in the best years, you probably remember 1997 PC game Carmageddon (Stainless games and Interplay) in which you win a race by not letting others win (wreck their rides) or by killing all pedestrians (surprisingly popular choice).
Frontline Commando: D-Day is one of those games I can almost guarantee I’d never have tried if I hadn’t been asked to review it.
There’s nothing subtle about Russian developer Herocraft’s new hovercraft racer — and for the most part, that’s a good thing.
There is no dearth of games in the Google Play store. However, very few games are of good quality.