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Dragon Ninja Rush – A 2D Endless Running Game Review and How To Play Guide

September 28, 2016 1:50 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you enjoy playing 2D endless running games on your phone then you will most definitely get a kick out of this brand new infinite run game called the Dragon Ninja Rush. Since I was asked to do a quick review on the game I have been playing it casually for a couple of days now just to get the hang of it and in this article I will be going over some of the basic aspects of the game’s user interface as well as gameplay in general along with a brief how to play guide. Introduction The main menu is... View Article

Splix.io overview and quick how to play guide

September 25, 2016 2:12 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

There seems to be a new trend in browser based games where a developer takes one old and long forgotten game and turns it into something completely different with the help of modern day technology like HTML5 canvas and socket.io. If you have no idea what I just said then the perfect examples of such games are Agar.io, Slither.io, Diep.io and now jespertheend from Reddit has launched yet another similar game called Splix.io which is inspired by a perhaps not so well known ancient computer game, Xonix. If you are unable to access the game from your current location directly, you should try splixio unblocked– a... View Article

List of three most intense Ben 10 Games and their reviews

September 11, 2016 5:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you were born in the late 1990’s or early 2000’s then the name Ben Tennyson should definitely ring a bell. Ben is the main character in one of Cartoon Network’s most popular franchise, the Ben 10. It has won a total of three Emmy Awards and raked in over $4.5 billion in retail sales worldwide. The story itself revolves around a young boy with a watch-like device that allows him to transform into 10 different alien creatures in order to fight the bad guys.   Just like every other highly succesful franchise, the Ben 10 has also inspired numerous spin-off movies, tv series, toys, fan art and... View Article

Blox VR: A Virtual Reality ‘escape the room’ type puzzle game for Google Cardboard

August 24, 2016 12:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Shortly after I created my first Virtual Reality “game” which wasn’t actually a game per se, but more like a fan art/virtual reality music video that took place in the room 302 of a famous horror game called Silent Hill 4, I started working on another project because you couldn’t really interact with any objects in the first game and I wanted to learn more about developing VR experiences anyway. In fact the only thing you were able to do was walk around and just look at Henry’s room from a different and new perspective. It was cool, but I knew I could... View Article

Join the Raze squad and fight off aliens trying to conquer earth in Raze 3

August 2, 2016 8:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Raze 3 is the third installment of the popular Raze game series which started off with the launch of Raze 1, followed by Raze 2 and on July 10, 2014 Raze 3 was released. It was under development for a mere three months which is quite an achievement for a game of this magnitude. It has a decent storyline which, not surprisingly, takes off where Raze 2 ended, it’s addictive and has a ton of hidden treats that only a serious gamer can unlock. If you are looking to play Raze 3 unblocked, you should visit raze3unblocked.com – these guys are... View Article

Run 4 is a forward running game featuring a cute little alien creature in space

June 8, 2016 7:24 pm Published by 1 Comment

Run 4 is a game similar to Temple Run and the likes where your character will automatically run forward and you have to either jump or move using the arrow keys to avoid obstacles. I first heard about Run 4 upon visiting the Run 4 Unblocked website which is set up to help players who are unable to access the game directly due to network restrictions or other types of censorship. Good work guys! In Run 4 you control a gray alien creature who has two cute antennas on its head and the goal is to get him safely at the end of the level without... View Article

Intro to Diep.io with basic explanation of different tiers and classes

May 30, 2016 9:54 pm Published by 1 Comment

At first glance Diep.io might look like just another boring Agar.io clone, but once you’ve played the game for a few minutes, it becomes clear that there’s way more depth to the game than you’d expect from a simple browser based multi player pixel game. In Diep io you control a tank with a massive cannon and unlike in Agar.io, where you are nothing but a cell on a petri dish, you can purchase upgrades to your tank and its cannon for points that you gain by destroying your enemies. With a total of 4 different tiers, 20 classes and 8 stat... View Article

Wonder Dragons: A match-the-fruits puzzle game with a twist

May 10, 2016 11:11 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Wonder Dragons by Silence World is a new and promising “match 3 game” type puzzle arcade with, you guessed it, a whole new twist in the form of an original plot which makes it stand out from other similar candy and gem matching games out there. Long story short, you take on the role of a hero set out on a quest to help young dragons hatch from their eggs and save the world from evil humans and orcs who are now controlling the sacred lands. Are you up for an adventure? First impression When I first found the game on... View Article

Best free Google Cardboard games for low end smartphones

April 27, 2016 7:58 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The world of Virtual Reality really took off earlier this year when Oculus finally released a consumer ready version of the Rift- a standalone VR headset used with high end gaming computers running the Windows operating system. However not everyone can (yet) afford this new technology and according to Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, we are still years away from a Rift for everyone. But does it stop us from experiencing Virtual Reality right now? Of course not. Poor man’s Virtual Reality headset Back in 2014 Google realized that it doesn’t take a lot of effort to trick the brain into... View Article

Introduction to Slither.io and how to play guide

April 13, 2016 7:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

If you loved playing the original Snake game on an old Nokia back in the day or better yet, if you enjoy playing Agar.io right now, then you will surely get a kick out of this relatively new game called Slither.io which is more or less a mashup of the two. In this article I will explain a little bit of how the game works and what the main goal is as well as provide you with some ideas for winning the game. Oh and by the way, if your school or workplace is currently blocking the game, try using Slitherio unblocked as... View Article