When world tensions are on the rise, it would do you some good to sharpen your war weapons and have them battle ready.
When the world is at war, there’s only one thing left to do. Fire up your tank and blast away your enemies to oblivion.
I never imagined that playing a game on my mobile phone could help find a cure for cancer.
It’s odd to grow nostalgic for an Atari 2600 game while playing a modern mobile title, but that’s where Gameloft’s Tank Battles leaves us.
ARC Squadron: Redux, is a fun, fast-paced aerial combat title, set in outer space. A humble spaceship janitor (yes!), you’re given the unenviable task of being the last line of defence against swarms of bad guys that are attacking your spaceship.
ARC Squadron: Redux raises the bar for what mobile games should be.
It’s been almost 2 years since Zombie Gunship first landed on the App Store, but it’s finally on the Play Store — hey, better late than never.
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.
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).
There’s nothing subtle about Russian developer Herocraft’s new hovercraft racer — and for the most part, that’s a good thing.