Tag Archive: Game


République Remastered is the gorgeously rebooted Mac and PC version of Seattle-based Camoflaj’s intriguing episodic stealth video game that originally came out for iPad and iPhone in December of 2013. The development team took the opportunity to completely revamp the… Read more ›

One of Ryan Cash’s favorite games growing up was GoldenEye on the N64. “One thing I remember so clearly is that the game was hard,†he recalled. “You couldn’t just beat the game on its toughest setting if you weren’t amazing.” Luckily for… Read more ›

Facebook conquers death in the status update game

When it comes to dying, who’s going to take over my Facebook account isn’t one of my biggest worries, but if you want to ensure that you’re killing it on social media from the grave, Facebook just rolled out a… Read more ›

I’m not what you would consider a “gamer.” I dabble in mobile titles like Monument Valley and occasionally play Super Smash Bros. or Mario Kart with friends, but few games manage to grab my attention for very long. Yet there’s a… Read more ›

Apple defined the mobile device landscape with its iOS operating system and the future for the Apple mobile environment looks bright with new innovations, like the Apple Watch, on the horizon. Prepare yourself to be a part of that future… Read more ›

I love iOS games and firmly believe that we’re currently going through a golden age of mobile game development, a bit like what happened for PCs in the mid-1980s, where small development teams can compete on a global scale, simply… Read more ›

Soda Drinker Pro lauds itself as “the original FPS (first-person soda) simulator,” and that’s probably true because that description is mad specific. The weirdo game, which looks straight out of Cartoon Network’s stoner-centric programming block Adult Swim, just landed a… Read more ›

It used to be that you had to wait until Sunday to see the hot, out-of-this-world-expensive Super Bowl ads during the big game. In our modern, always-connected age of sneak-peek overindulgence, you can actually skip the game itself and watch… Read more ›

Mike Choi, a talented, experienced comic book artist, was drooling. We were talking on the phone about Midnight Rises, a new digital comic app that explains the rich sci-fi backdrop of Midnight Star, an upcoming first-person shooter for mobile devices… Read more ›

It used to be that you had to wait until Sunday to see the hot, out-of-this-world-expensive Superbowl ads on television during the big game each year. In our modern always-connected age of internet and sneak-peek over-indulgence, you can actually skip… Read more ›