Until The Last Plane is a casual airfield management simulation game set during World War II. You will be charged with keeping your air operations streamlined for Germany, Russia or the United States, while also fighting the war one mini-game at a time.
Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins is obviously based on the long running television series, so fans of The Doctor will be thrilled with it on iOS or Android. But the mystery it offers is solid, so much that non-Whovians can have a great time too.
Looking for an affordable adventure? Mutropolis is a cleverly crafted point-and-click Indie exploration quest whose compelling story, clever dialog, top notch voice acting and sideways humor is sure to draw your attention for hours on end.
Here at GiN we don’t just play video games. We celebrate games and toys of all kinds. This week, we review the magnetic stacking block system called Magicube from Swedish developer Geomag, which is designed to unlock the creative energy of young players.
Queen is one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, and now they have their own iOS and Android game featuring many of their best songs. So jump on with Freddy, John, Brian and Roger for a musical adventure with style.
Aground conquered the PC world, and now jumps to the Switch. As one of the last human survivors stranded on an uninhabited island, can you craft, mine and build your way to survival? This is both a relaxing and a very cool adventure game.
Root Film is the latest visual novel set in the Root Letters universe, and adds a lot of unique elements, like a compelling murder mystery that you will try and solve as two different characters. Most players should enjoy the experience.
Cobra Kai: Card Fighter is an interesting game in that it combines the karate fighting genre with a card-based battle title. Find out of this unique mix is a big hit or a boot to the head this week with Modern Gamer Sumroad.
The Stronghold series has always been known as one of the best castle-building and siege warfare games, but it’s always been centered around Celtic strongholds and Medieval castles. Stronghold Warlords takes the action to Asia, and we are very grateful.
The Mahabharata Secret by Indian author Christopher C. Doyle is a lot like The Da Vinci Code in that it’s an adventure thriller, but one that incorporates lots of culture and history form India. If you are looking for a new take on adventure, this novel has got plenty of it.
My First Camera 3 is a big upgrade from the older model we reviewed last year. Like that camera, this one is designed for kids, but is packed with enough features to keep adults happy too. We took the new model out for a shutterbug party around the block.
If you are looking for a unique fantasy game packed with challenging turn based combat, then Against the Moon is the game for you. Our reviewer had more fun with this one than he has in quite a while, and you should too.
This week Neal takes a look at the concept of artificial scarcity within Nintendo and how this cold reality effects their game releases going forward. This includes the recent death of Mario and the removal of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon.
Michael’s back with another Comedy for this week’s Movie Monday. It’s The Nutty Professor!
With most in-person events cancelled or becoming virtual, it’s no wonder that role-players are also taking advantage of online platforms to get together and conquer their high fantasy, sci-fi or more traditional Dungeons and Dragons-like worlds. We checked out the Roll20 platform over the past few months, and loved what we found.
This week Vincent gets down with the funk in Elite Beat Agents and grooves to sound of bone crunching in Draglade
The long historic saga of Donkey Kong versus King Kong is about to come to a close. Our time travelers head to a New York courtroom on December 22, 1983.
This week on the GiN Lounge, the guys examine modern gaming conventions that drive them nuts. This includes day one patches and releasing broken games. Neal also swears there is a correlation between Butterfingers and Final Fantasy VII DLC, and only time will tell if he’s right about something for once.
CS:GO is thriving at the moment. Last year it lost some momentum with canceled tourneys during the pandemic. But this year, its set to come roaring back with lots of new events on the schedule.
BurnBryte is the first roleplaying game made for the virtual tabletop world of Roll20. Just like how Amazon, Netflix and Apple TV went from streaming other peoples’ content to creating their own shows, this is Roll20s first original content. We chat with the show’s creators.
GiN Online Editor and Columnist Neal Sayatovich writes about how much Nate Wooley meant to him. We recently lost Nate Wooley, but he will never be forgotten.
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