You’ve likely heard the name Commodore no matter how old you are. They were classic computers back in the ’80s, selling 17 million units and earning the title of best selling computer. But in the ’90s, the company went bankrupt and we haven’t seen much since.
Now we’re getting a new product from Commodore, but ... Read More »
If for some crazy reason you still haven’t plunked down the measly $2.99 for what is quite possibly the best puzzle game to ever come to Android, we have some great news for you. A free, ad-supported of Threes has launched today that brings you all the goodness of the original game with ... Read More »
Nintendo has, just like the other major companies in the video games industry, used its own proprietary software when it comes to running its home consoles. However, according to a new report, that could be changing in the near future.
The report surfaced recently from Nikkei and states that, instead of using their own software, Nintendo ... Read More »
In an interview with Time, the President and CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, released a significant amount of details about Nintendo’s plans for creating mobile games. After years of staunch resistance to gaming on smartphones and tablets, Nintendo has finally partnered with mobile gaming company DeNA ... Read More »
The in-app purchase model of games has grown rapidly, so much so that it’s become out of hand. It’s now rare to find a game that doesn’t siphon money here and there in order to make the game enjoyable. A new app called Big Time aims to change that. Rather than making you pay to ... Read More »
It may not be the tent-pole console title that it once was, but there is plenty of nostalgia for Mortal Kombat to go around for generations of gamers, and Warner Bros. Interactive is hoping to capitalize on those fond memories with Mortal Kombat X.
The game is a mix of touch-based fighting with a collectible ... Read More »
Crossy Road, the immensely popular iOS game, has made its way onto Google Play, complete with all the crazy, hopping goodness that we all know and love. The fun, fast-paced gameplay and retro graphics have made their way over to Google’s storefront, and upon first playing through it, it seems quite as good as the ... Read More »
Monument Valley is without a doubt one of the best games to come to mobile in a long time. It’s an addicting, hauntingly beautiful puzzle game with only one major downside: we’ve wanted more. Thankfully, we’re getting our wish. After first coming to iOS and the Amazon Appstore, Monument Valley’s “Forgotten Shores” expansion is now ... Read More »