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Finding new challenges by playing in Agario private servers

April 27, 2016 4:17 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Over the recent months Agar.io has become so popular and addictive among its users that many educational institutions and workplaces have been forced to block access to the game from their computers altogether because it was hindering the overall productivity of students and workers alike. Even public wireless hot-spots and libraries have been increasingly blocking Agar.io as the players are eating up valuable bandwidth and sometimes getting a little too noisy as tension increases in the game. If you’re currently unable to access the game from your location, you should try playing in an Agario private server which is most commonly used to bypass... View Article

How to check which game boosting company is worth your time

March 31, 2016 4:08 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The online gaming industry is one of the fastest growing and most lucrative business models of the modern age with game developers earning as much as five million dollars per day in some extreme cases. Given the high popularity of online gaming, it’s no surprise then, that companies providing power leveling services, in-game gold and other game boosting features are showing up everywhere like crazy. However with such a huge variety of said services available today, it’s very easy to get distracted and confused when looking for a professional game boosting company who actually knows what they’re doing. After all, I’m sure nobody... View Article

The top 3 browser based car driving games you should play

March 23, 2016 1:37 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Even though Adobe has officially pulled the plug on Flash, the Flash player is still used as the most popular medium for bringing browser based gaming on the computer screens of millions of gamers worldwide. Back in the day where flash games were one of the most popular ways of spending your free time at the office, we didn’t really see a lot of 3D browser based games around. This has gradually been changing over the past years and 3D gaming is no longer exclusive to just professional gaming consoles. 3D browser based racing games I’ve taken the liberty of choosing... View Article

Clash of Clans makes over 5 million dollars each day

March 23, 2016 12:10 pm Published by 1 Comment

The most popular strategy game for mobile devices, Clash Of Clans, just raked in a whopping $2,11 billion in revenues last year. When you spread that number across 365 calendar days, you’ll realise that Supercell, the company behind this infamous freemium mobile app, earns just a little over $5 million from this game alone every single day. And it’s not the only game on their shelves! The marketing behind Clash of Clans If I remember correctly, the first time I heard about the game was a couple of years ago when I saw a plain old banner advertisement on another gaming... View Article

How to stream on twitch with OBS: A quick Twitch streaming guide

February 21, 2016 3:24 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

OBS stands for Open Broadcaster Software which is a completely free and open source program used to stream your gaming sessions through Twitch.tv’s online service. The innovative OBS platform has eliminated the need for expensive livestreaming software and has allowed anyone to start streaming on Twitch fast, easy and most importantly- at no cost. This short tutorial will help you get Twitch streaming in the next 5 minutes or less. So let’s get started! How to broadcast on twitch Now is the time to download obs software if you haven’t done so already and once you have it installed follow these... View Article

Why playing in a Ragnarok private server makes sense

February 7, 2016 1:18 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Ragnarok Online is one of the oldest Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games that was launched more than a decade ago on the 31st of August 2002 making it one of the most popular online MMORPG’s in the world. Ragnarok Online (RO) used to be Pay to Play for a very long time, but ever since the game was introduced to the world it has had to compete against various private servers that offer Free to Play access as well as other benefits and features over the original game which forced Gravity Interactive, the company behind Ragnarok Online, to finally make the game Free... View Article

eSports betting is a thing now, here’s how to get started

February 3, 2016 10:22 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

As time goes on, eSports are becoming more and more like physical sports. There are eSports tournaments, players get sponsor deals, audiences tune in faithfully, and now, some fans can even make eSports bets! Intro to eSports Betting Just like with sports betting, eSports betting can be accessed online, through a variety of websites. Bets can be made on the outcomes of matches (which is probably what you’ll want to stick to at first, until you become adept at betting) as well as on more specific aspects of the eSports tournaments. The sites will also give odds for each match, and the odds determine how... View Article

Unreal Tournament 4 is a free, crowdsourced first person shooter game

February 2, 2016 4:10 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

For the last couple of years a new trend in software development has been gaining popularity where a huge company, instead of marketing their product directly to the consumers like in the old days, gives away all the necessary tools to create epic content to everyone for free instead. That’s exactly what’s happened with Unreal Tournament and the latest Unreal Game Engine from Epic Games. A free game built by the community Unreal Tournament 4 is indeed free to play, but you still need to get an Unreal Engine 4 subscription to develop new content for it. However that doesn’t mean you don’t... View Article

Meet Oswald The Angry Dwarf Who Never Sleeps

December 17, 2015 2:35 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Oswald The Angry Dwarf Clicker is a new android game about a dwarf named Oswald who spends his days cutting down various things from dandelions to cell phone towers and he never sleeps! This free android game, developed by Edenap, is unique in a way that it continues to run even if you don’t play it (sort of like Pou and the likes). As soon as you start it up again, you will get a message telling you exactly how much money the dwarf has made cutting down stuff while you were away. Upgrade your axe to earn money faster... View Article