35 years ago, humans discovered an inhabitable star known as Caron. They have started to gather a vast army of star warriors in preparation for an expedition to that planet outside the solar system. And you’re the leader of this army!
Flappy Bird is dead. Long live it’s alternatives. If you’ve not downloaded Flappy Bird on your phone or tablet and are regretting not having done so now, then check out these two alternatives.
If you’ve not heard about Flappy Bird yet, then you need to get hold of this game and play it now, because this is a game that has taken the world by storm over the past week. Update: Flappy Bird is no longer available after its creator pulled it out of both the Apple store and Google Play. Be careful what you download because there are a tonne of fake games with malware.
By now, you’ll know that I like racing games. You might have probably heard of Revolt which became very famous a decade ago and is now available on mobile and tablets. Table Top Racing is a similar combat racing game.
In my opinion, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was simply the best of the GTA series. I am yet to play GTA V as I await it eagerly for the PC which is expected to only be out in March 2014. Now you can relive the experience all over again with the Android and iOS versions of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Last week I watched Thor: The Dark World and liked the movie. If you did too, then why not step into his shoes and grab hold of that hammer and fight the Dark Elves yourself. Well, it might not happen in real life, but you could try it in the game.
I featured Plants vs. Zombies 2 two weeks ago as part of our regular games series. But, after immersing myself into the game, I felt that it deserved a post of its own.
In the beginning we had the Hobbit. Then a dwarf, a magician and an halfling walked into a bar… and it was the beginning of a parody on the Hobbit.