Pokémon Go isn’t as popular as it was during its prime, but there are still plenty of people playing it. And though it’s very late (maybe even too late), Niantic is now updating the game with more features.
Some of the new features include over 80 new Pokémon from Pokémon Gold and ... Read More »
Pokémon Go had an annoying tendency to pause your music when you launch the app. You’d have to bring down the notification shade, which is hidden on the splash screen, and resume your music. Many months after the game was released (and many months after its peak in popularity), this ... Read More »
Pokemon Go captured the hearts of many, but it’s still missing a proper battle system for trainers. Sure, you can battle at gyms, but you can’t battle your friends or strangers around you. Instead, we’re getting Pokemon Duel.
Pokemon Duel is a new strategy game where you have to move ... Read More »
Windows is famous for a few things. It’s the most used computer operating system in the world and it includes some sweet games like Solitaire and Minesweeper. The included Windows games were a significant part of many people’s lives.
Things are a bit different with Windows 10. Some games like Solitaire are now ad-supported, but ... Read More »
Pokémon Go is a mixed bag. On one hand, it’s a fun game and encourages people to go out and explore the world with others, bringing a lot of people together in the process. On the other hand, it’s been plagued with bugs and server issues. An inability to connect, not tracking ... Read More »
Hitman GO is a strategy puzzle game released two years ago by Square Enix. It’s based on the popular Hitman series, though rather than the regular third-person stealth game, it became a top-down turn-based puzzle game. Despite being a huge change, it became very popular.
Square Enix has announced that it is re-releasing Hitman GO for ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard of Super Meat Boy all these years, you may be in for a treat. The game is an old school side-scrolling speed runner with a high difficulty that only gets higher as you keep playing. It requires great reflexes, perfect controls, and good anger management, but it’s loads of fun.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories was originally released for the Sony PSP, intended to be a mobile-oriented version of the GTA games. It had shorter missions and simpler controls to make the game easy to play on the go and in short bursts. It’s practically perfect for a smartphone.
The game was released for Android today, ... Read More »
Alto’s Adventure was one of those games that you couldn’t escape hearing about from iOS friends when it launched last year, and almost precisely one year later, it will finally be available on Android. We’ve known it was coming since September, but the developers announced via Twitter, that the game will finally hit Google Play next ... Read More »