Well I finally caught up with the final few episodes of this season of Community and after the recent announcement that Dan Harmon is being replaced next year, I felt the need to write a short eulogy for this fantastic show. (Yeah, I know it’s not actually canceled, but I don’t expect it to last [...]
I had heard a lot of good things about Dungeon Raid throughout most of 2011, so when this game went and dropped to 99 cents on the App Store a couple of weeks ago, I decided to snag it. The gameplay is clearly reminiscent of the Puzzle Quest series, which is a large part of [...]
The universe has a strange way of bringing balance to itself. When Daisuke Amaya released Cave Story for free on the PC back in 2004, it slowly became a big hit (for an indie game, at least) but he didn’t see a dime from it. Years later, he was given the opportunity to port the [...]
I’ve heard of designing games to be accessible to a wider audience, but this takes things to a whole other level. How long before people start buying iPads just to keep their pets occupied all day? I’m wondering if this cat knows there is also a Puss in Boots version of the game.
If January and February are any indication, I think 2011 is going to be another fantastic year for downloadable games. Last month Drinkbox Studios released their first ever title for the Playstation Network, Tales from Space: About a Blob, and I have a feeling that this is going to be one of the most overlooked [...]
I can’t say I know much about this game aside from the fact that it’s being developed by Toronto’s Capybara Games with music by Jim Guthrie, but this is definitely one of the more intriguing and experimental video game trailers I’ve ever seen. Is it a game or is it an interactive art piece? Can [...]