Ex-Lucasarts auteur Tim Schafer has returned with the independently-made, independently-published, crowd-funded Broken Age.
People talk a lot about the video game market crash of 1982 in hushed voices, as if it was a black hole in gaming culture. Teeth were gnashed, the plague spread, Gilead fell.
This week Pantless Steve has the flu, so we’ve upgraded. Pantless Dan Amrich, of One of Swords is, how you say, in the hizzy.
For a game that has existed in its contemporary form since the 15th century, Chess has long been overdue a sequel.
It’s truly amazing how large this convention has gotten. Back in 2002 there were only about 265 of us in attendance. This year? Over 12,000 attendees.
The first endless flyer, Kid Aviator, is now on sale for iOS and Android devices. Tilt your phone or tablet to dodge, swipe to drag obstacles out of the way, and tap to destroy hazards like glass bottles and overly-aggressive piñatas as you gain altitude. Think you can rule the skies? Only one way to find out!
Master the Elements in the Quantum Physics-inspired “Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider” Now Available for iOS and Android AUSTIN, Texas – Jan. 22, 2014 – Developed by Austin native ByteSized Studios, Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider has players (a.k.a. Physicists) explore all the elements in the Periodic Table though frantic arcade gameplay. With a quick flick, players […]