Oh lord! Not another block-breaker game that thinks it can come along and be a success by piggybacking on a concept that has been around since the Atari. How many thousands of these are floating about the aether within Apple’s servers? Too many. They’re all just a rehash of the same thing you know, with slightly different graphics and music. That’s it. Oh wait, you say that Hyper Breaker Turbo lives up to its ridiculous name and is one of the best block-breaking games to come around in a long time? The hell it is! That’s what they all promise. Let’s check it out any way just in case. No rock unturned and all of that.
Several of my fingers are slightly numb after several hours of Evilot, but the minor discomfort is worth it. Fans who love a little twist to their puzzle defense games should welcome this title with open arms. Ever thought of having rats and skeletal warriors as the heroes of your story? Look no further, since evil reigns supreme and no adventurer is stealing its bountiful treasure!
Amidst the various sights and sounds of the day, we may lose a bit of focus on life's more sublime mysteries. Tipping Point doesn't offer a deep insight on human existence, but in its own quiet way this point and click adventure game gives us space to formulate our own thoughts and gradually immerse ourselves into a highly eccentric and intriguing universe.
Bird-haired lawyer Phoenix Wright is set to return to the spotlight in Ace Attorney 5, which will mark the series' debut on the Nintendo 3DS. But until we hear word of any solid release date for North America, we can check out the new Japanese trailer which features Phoenix doing what he does best.
5th Cell's Scribblenauts series has been a source of bonafide entertainment since its first entry, but to this point has been strictly free of licensed materials for its players to use. Now, new rumors suggest not only is there a new Scribblenauts game in the works, but that it will feature the heroes and villains of DC Comics.
One in every fifty children is born with a condition known as amblyopia, otherwise known as lazy eye. If left untreated, these children can suffer a permanent loss of vision in one of their eyes. Traditional methods of therapy include wearing a patch over the unaffected eye in order to cause the lazy eye to work more. However, doctors may have found a groundbreaking new treatment for the condition: Tetris.
There are a plethora of unique characters one can play in the gaming universe, but what about saving the day as an immigration inspector? The PC and Mac puzzler Papers, Please can be found on Steam Greenlight, and Polygon interviewed creator Lucas Pope about his, "dystopian document thriller."