Parents looking for ways to make the sometimes-challenging subject of math fun for their kids should take a look at Tales of Mathasia. It’s a title that combines cute animals, puzzles and activities that will help make math more entertaining.
Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 this week examines Star Trek: The Original Series “The Conscience of the King” episode. Captain Kirk investigates when an old friend suspects Anton Karidian of being Kodos the Executioner, a mass murderer who was believed dead.
With February being Black History Month in the U.S., the Trekker’s Delight crew is back to discuss representation in Star Trek.
This week Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill delves into the world of Howl, a tactical strategy title with deep roots in ancient folklore. Part puzzle adventure and part turn-based strategy, Howl is certainly a unique experience.
Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 this week examines Star Trek: TOS “A Taste of Armageddon” episode. Captain Kirk intervenes in a 500-year-old computerized war between two neighboring worlds in order to save the Enterprise.
This week Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill tries out Tribe: Primitive Builder, which is one of the most relaxing building titles you will probably ever play. And despite being set during the Stone Age, it’s actually constructed using the Unreal Engine 5.1, so everything looks really good.
Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 this week examines Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s “Hard Time” episode. Miles O’Brien survives twenty years in prison in a matter of hours due to alien technology.
The Trekker’s Delight crew this week discusses Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s “Past Tense” episode, and they talk about the episode’s dark view of 2024.
Mech titles where players get to control giant robots are really popular, and the developers of Nimbus INFINITY have done a good job of making theirs easy to play with little experience needed. Players will be flying through space in intense mech combat in no time.
Fan Collective Unimatrix 47 this week examines Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s “Past Tense” episode. 2024 marks the year of the Bell Riots in Deep Space Nine, so it’s time for a little bit of introspection with respect to how the series addresses questions of power and socioeconomic class.