Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare takes the beloved franchise online and turns it into one of the most comical and action-packed shooters you’ll likely play this year.
The plants stand ready to defend you once again as Plants vs. Zombies moves to the Nintendo DS, armed with exclusive game modes, customizable zombie avatars and pea shooters of death.
Bejeweled 3 delivers on the potential and the promise of its namesake. It’s another great way to lose your time and your worries. You won’t be sorry you did.
Bejeweled Twist takes the gem-breaking gameplay we’ve come to expect, and twists it in fun and exciting ways to make a slew of new variations for the game the world has fallen in love with.
Zuma’s Revenge may be in the casual space, but it will enthrall players of all ages and skills with its simple-to-play but difficult-to-master gameplay and unique style.
Plants Versus Zombies takes the typical tower defense game and gives you an army of plants to defend against a horde of zombies. Sound wacky? It is. But good too.
PopCap has loaded some of their best arcade games like Bejeweled 2 and Feeding Frenzy into a great, inexpensive package for Xbox 360 players.
These two little gems, now finally available on one CD, have been around as Internet games at www.popcap.com. The Omni group has finally gone and catered to us (the uprising Mac-users) and polished them up a bit. Bejeweled & Alchemy provide all of the entertainment value you enjoyed back in the old days before the Internet. You know…Tetris…Dr. Mario…Bubble Bobble. Simple, yet exceedingly complicated as you go along, just like a good puzzle. If one of them isn’t your type, you’ll be sure to enjoy the other and all of its addictive qualities. "Bejeweled" features a series of multi-colored gems, … Continue reading And I Thought Nintendo’s Solstice Was Addictive
It’s weird being the ‘puzzle guy’ around the office. Everyone automatically assumes that I’ll want to get the latest puzzle game to review, and – plop – there it is on my desk. But do they know me? Do they know my secret desires? No, let the ‘puzzle guy’ have his puzzles. Maybe I wanted a shooter or something instead, huh? There are two very good reasons why I don’t get the shooters. One, I suck at them, and two, I don’t enjoy them very much. So maybe they have me pegged, and ‘puzzle guy’ I remain. This is fortunate, … Continue reading Once You Pop, You Just Can’t Stop