The Weekly Time Waster has Billy spelunking the Enchanted Caverns again. This time it’s EC2 that has his boss yelling at him for playing games on the job. He likes it. And he thinks you will, too.
Not really a game per se, the eType Personality Test uses graphical images to elicit a response from the viewer, and then tells them what that means.
The Video Strip Poker Supreme game is probably the most successful title of its type ever produced. And the new opponents pack 10 does not disappoint, with smart Russian beauties heating things up.
Double the pen power and double the fun, if you learn the interface. Dual Pen Sports for the 3DS may be challenging, but seeing the baseball literally leap off the screen is a real treat.
And it flops in the worst possible way, by never even trying in the first place. Why anyone would waste their time with Fortix 2 is beyond our reviewer.
My Farm Life is a deceptively simple farming game that will addict you before you know you’ve been had. You could probably run a real farm with the hours you will happily put in here.
Shooting Blocks has the makings of a great physics based casual game, but sadly one feature is holding it back.
GemCraft Labyrinth is a tower defense game that throws out gun towers for gem towers. This game is filled to the brim with gem combinations and strategy so that you’ll be playing it for hours.
What do an excellent value, fun for the whole family and fierce competition have in common? They are all elements of TriBond by Patch Products. For those of you unfamiliar with the board game of the same name, Tri-Bond is the game of threes. Players are given three items and asked to try and figure out how they are related. A winning answer lets players move their pieces around the board in a Parcheesi-like race to get all their pieces home. The game has full voice support, with different actors reading different categories of questions. Some of the actors are … Continue reading TriBond makes the grade