In celebration of Earth Day 2019, AT&T and Turner are calling on all Planeteers to join superhero Captain Planet in restoring trees on Hope Island in the “Hope Island Recovery Challenge.” From Earth Day (April 22, 2019) through Arbor Day (April 26, 2019), AT&T will donate $1, up to $100,000, to the Captain Planet Foundation for every tree restored on Hope Island in the new mobile game “Captain Planet: Gaia Guardians,” published by Turner’s Adult Swim Games. AT&T’s donation will support Project Learning Garden, a program creating schoolyard gardens for students to engage in inquiry-driven, project-based learning. FREE for download … Continue reading Captain Planet Mobile Game Raising Money for Environment
Both beautiful and challenging, Rain World is a hauntingly beautiful side-scroller that deals with heavy issues such as morality, loss and the value of family. It’s a dangerous world, but worth the journey.
Gamers should really appreciate the humor of Rise and Shine, an Adult Swim bullet hell type adventure that adds in some very clever humor, often at the expense of the game industry and many of its most sacred tropes.
Bone-crushing rains. Large, hungry creatures. A defenseless slugcat trying to find its kin. From Adult Swim Games and Videocult, survival platformer Rain World arrives on PC and PlayStation 4 March 28. As a small slugcat separated from your family, you must fend for yourself in a mysterious industrial wasteland the flood has carried you into. Relying on stealth, wit, and well-timed pounces, learn the rules of your new environment to keep fed while staying out of harm’s way. Both prey and predator, the creatures in Rain World’s living ecosystem follow their own survival instincts, learning from each encounter. Climb through … Continue reading Adult Swim Games Bringing Rain World To PC, PS4
In Rise & Shine, young hero Rise must, ahem, rise to the occasion, with Shine, a fabled back-talking gun, at his side to save the world of video games.
This week we get wasted for a game review, well, at least we get into Wasted: A Post-Apocalyptic Pub Crawler. Wasted has a Borderlands type of look and feel, minus the plot and cool characters. But, for a summer fling type of game, its surprisingly fun.
This week our Time Waster is starting an effort of clearing out a backlog of indie games and the first entry from that list is Volgarr the Viking,
This week Billy is taking on Duck Game, a fast paced, 2D, dethmatch shooter. Does it earn his seal of approval or is it time wasted in the worst of ways?
This week out Time Waster checked out Westerado: Double Barreled, which is a western-set game all about avenging your family. Is it worth a buy?
This week our Time Waster is a 2D side-scrolling game from Adult Swim called Oblitus. Does it win Billy over, or is it better left behind?