Now nothing but a head, I have to search and destroy the lab at fault in order to build myself a new body, and I do this with nothing but lasers and my face. Sound fun? Read on to see if I think so.
Once again I am a test subject, a monkey to be precise, who must do little puzzle tasks in order to get my reward. Sounds simple, and it is. But does this game hold up, or do these simple tests fall flat?
When I have to jump between being dead and alive so many times, I hope that there’s a good reason for it. Thankfully [REVIVE] gives me a great one, and my review will tell you why.
You’ve heard of Dance Dance Revolution, but Flash Flash Revolution? This week we’ve got DDR for your fingers in this rapid tapping computer game that mimics one of the most well known game titles of all time.
This week I take a look at the game Canvas Rider: a simple game where all you need to do is ride your bike to the end of the level of lines. But for being so simple, how much of a punch does it pack?
This week with camera in hand, I dive into the ocean to see what lies below the depths, and snap a few photos that will lead me to the secrets of El Dorado. But is it a secret worth searching for?
Those looking for a fun distraction on their mobile devices might want to wrap their noodle around Flow and Flow Bridges, games that require some extra thought, but offer great rewards.
This week I take on Army of Darkness Defense. Who would have thought that 20 years later I’d be playing an Evil Dead game? The question is, do you think Ash is still relevant 20 years later?
Curious enough to see what’s inside the cube? See if I am in the Weekly Time Waster. Ed. Note: Careful, Billy. Remember what happened to the cat who indulged his curiosity. Remember.
This week I join the rebellion. What rebellion you ask? Why the one to fight off our evil alien robot overlords of course, but is it a battle worth fighting?