Billy spends his Weekly Time Waster on the newly free-to-play Team Fortress 2 this week. Is it worth wasting your workday on? Hell, what ELSE are you going to do at work? WORK? That’s crazy talk, there.
Nanda’s Island has a neat concept where you have to direct rainwater to areas where it’s most needed. And if the rain acted like water instead of jellybeans, it might actually be more fun.
With text based adventures being long forgotten it’s nice to see an attempt at a classic game genre, but will it be able to hold its own against modern games?
This week the Weekly Time Waster is all about digging in and digging it. Terraria is the game that gets it done and it earns the Time Waster coveted 5 GiN gems award!
Naval Warfare is a game made by an independent studio that can give the big boys of this industry a run for their money. And a $10 price tag is absolutely incredible.
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.
Join some old friends as they come together to save Princess Toadstool from the evil tyrant Bowser!
Castaway 2 tries to take on the RPG genre in a flash based game, and strangely enough it works out great! And this doesn’t have anything to do with Tom Hanks.
Shooting Blocks has the makings of a great physics based casual game, but sadly one feature is holding it back.
Spring Up Harmony attempts to combine several types of gameplay into one exciting casual game. And although they hit the mark pretty well, it just doesn’t have the staying power of others in this field.