Billy is heading back to Stardew Valley for a second stay on the farm, but this time he is checking out the mobile version of the game.
The life of a wartime airplane mechanic might not be as exciting as a fighter pilot, but when you only have a few minutes to patch bullet holes, change the oil and fix a wonky head gasket, your skill will really be taxed to get those war machines flying again.
Love Is A Battlefield DX is this week’s Time Waster and it mixes up genres by combining a shump with a dating sim for interesting results.
Monster and 704 Games have done a great job with the NASCAR series. After stumbling a bit out of the gate a couple years ago, their follow-up racer was a big improvement. Now, NASCAR Heat 3 ups the ante even further.
The Time Waster this week is a mobile game called Don-Ay that seeks to combine charity with gaming in a way Billy hasn’t seen before. Come by and see if Don-Ay can rescue your time while helping out our furry friends.
Townsmen has existed on the PC for a while, and later on mobile platforms. Now it jumps over to consoles for the first time, laying its foundation on the Nintendo Switch. Find out if this one is worth building on in our deep dive review.
This week the Time Waster is all about an Early Access game called Shortest Trip to Earth that’s a rogue-like spaceship management simulator.
In what could be a huge sleeper hit, Bugbear finally put the finishing touches on their vehicle-crashing masterpiece, Wreckfest. The game lives up to the name, with players racing and wrecking everything from tractors to combines, junky stockcars and sleek machines.
Incorporating cars, off-road trucks, airplanes, motorcycles and speedboats, The Crew 2 challenges players to master a variety of races from coast to coast. You might even find yourself instantly switching from one vehicle to the next in the same race.
With Jeff Goldblum warning you not to try it, Jurassic World Evolution challenges players to build a park that will display thrilling dinosaurs for an adoring public, but without getting everyone eaten in the process. But is the pace of this simulation a bit too Jurassic?