Posted by H2oelemental on May 1, 2013 under PC, Reviews
Ever dream of becoming an underwater photographer? Reef Shot by Nano Games (Desura $9.99) allows you to do just that. You are Scott who is working with Renee to photograph and explore the waters off Robinson Crusoe Island. Reef Shot starts off with the legend of City of El Dorado and how the city was moved in the 16th century to avoid a Spanish Commander, Lope de Aguirre. He was seeking the leg... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on March 20, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Ever wish you could genetically engineer a race? Bumpin' Uglies Gene Pool Domination by Bumpin' Uglies LLC (iTunes – Free ) is the game for you. You must take your “Ugly” and bump with another “Ugly” and create more “Uglies”. Using physics, you navigate a variety of obstacle courses including ramps, steps, moving blocks, among others. Each course has its own unique challenges and... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on February 5, 2013 under Mac, Reviews
Ever wish you could save the world from a catastrophic end? Daedelic Entertainment's A New Beginning Final Cut on Steam will allow you to do just that. The game opens with two scientists checking out the Earth's surface in the year 2500. The readings show that the world is going to end in less than two weeks when a solar flare reaches the Earth and will destroy all life, and the only hope is ... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on January 1, 2013 under Portables, Reviews
Want to try a tower defense game or sharpen you skills? City Conquest by Paul Tozour of Gas Powered Games is your answer. For those who are unfamiliar with Tower Defense games, City Conquest is a great first game. The game will teach you what to do step-by-step. Each “battle” consists of a certain number of turns where you must attack your enemy city, defend your own city, manage your resour... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on November 28, 2012 under Mac, Reviews
Looking for a puzzle game with excitement? Hairy Tales by Arges Systems is your answer. You play a group of folk spirits that are not too smart with wacky hair who need to get to the exit portal. In order to get there, you must make your way through many obstacles including spikes, corruptions, falling off platforms, and kill creatures (including the Kikimoras). Hairy Tales opens with 3 leve... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on October 31, 2012 under PC, Reviews
Ever wonder what life is like as an orphan in a strict Catholic Convent? Lilli will show you in Edna and Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes by Daedelic Entertainment. This point-and-click game is available on Steam ($19.99 for PC). You play Lilli, a young orphan at a Catholic Convent. Lilli has several things that she is doing at once. The first challenge is that you must help your best friend, Edna,... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on October 16, 2012 under PC, Reviews
Have you been looking for a game that you can dive into? Fishdom 3 by Playrix is the game for you. Playrix has revamped Fishdom. You still match 3 or more tiles and clear the board. Some tiles may have to be cleared two times. They may be silver or gold. If it's a gold tile, once you clear it once, you will find a silver tile underneath it. There are many obstacles including dirt blocks, c... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on September 23, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
Ever wish you could build a legendary city that will stand the test of time? Jewel Master Cradle of Rome 2 allows you to do that as you recreate Rome starting from a small building and growing it to legendary status. As you match tiles in lines of 3 or more, you will have a beautiful picture that shows you your food, resources, gold, and time. As you clear the levels you will have the option ... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on August 30, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
Ever wish you could have a secret identity and solve puzzles? Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure by Sega (3DS $29.99) is a unique puzzle game in which you do just that along with jumping and sliding while solving puzzles to reach your next goal. The game opens with a scene that shows Napoleon when he was emperor of Europe. A quote shows up on the screen, “Imagination rules the wor... more.
Posted by H2oelemental on August 8, 2012 under Portables, Reviews
Ever feel like you are dodging traffic as you try to cross the road? Konami/Zombie Studios's Frogger Hyper Arcade Edition will allow you do that. Frogger Hyper Arcade Edition has endless replay value with all the options available to the player. Playing Frogger is very intuitive. To move Frogger you swipe your finger in the direction that you want him to move. Like the arcade classic, the p... more.
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