SimCity Build It There won’t be any gaming enthusiast who isn’t familiar with The Sims -the great game that has been played on computers and consolesfor more than a decade now. Everyone loves the concept on which all the Sim’s games work like a whole living world under your own control. People, since they upgraded to smartphones and started playing games on them, have missed Sim’s a lot. Well now, there is a treat for you in the form of SimCity BuildIt that’s here to give you all that experience on your mobile.
Although the mobile game doesn’t work as the original game, but it carries all its essence in the core. Your game revolves around building your own city, in which you are can build everything from residential complexes to mega factories and many more amazing things.
Jan 25 2015, 2:28am CST
Towers Rush Game Review Tower Rush is a classic type action game based on tower defense developed by Sparta Games. This game has a wide range of stories and maps which make it a follow-through game overall. You will simply build towers to prevent attacking monsters from entering your territory.
Oct 28 2014, 11:25am CDT
Shadow Fight 2 Game Review The makers of the famous Shadow Fight (a very popular fighting game on Facebook) now present to you its sequel – Shadow Fight 2.
Jul 30 2014, 6:20pm CDT
Monument Valley Game Review This is a sumptuous looking puzzle game developed by Ustowo. You are given a chance to lead Princess Ida through the constructions of architecture which can change in formation and even distort in the space. For the lovers of logic in games, this will be thoroughly intriguing.
Jul 15 2014, 10:32am CDT
The Top 5 Indie Games of 2013 First things first: if you have not yet read my companion piece, “Not the Top 5 Indie Games of Christmas“, might I suggest you take a look? This was a remarkable year for indie games, and the strength of the field...
Dec 23 2013, 9:26am CST
Not The Top 5 Indie Games Of 2013 2013, it is fair to say , has been something of a banner year for indie gaming. It was a year that saw games like Gone Home take gaming from the tech section to the Arts desk. It saw a subversive counterpoint to reports...
Dec 22 2013, 11:11am CST
7 Action games for Windows phones Who doesn’t like action games? Everyone does! And for the action games lovers, Windows Mobile App Store has got some really cool action games for their gamers.
Oct 24 2013, 11:38am CDT
Will Write and EA Start Stupid Fun Club The gamers out there may recognize Will Wright as the designer of some of the most popular games around including Spore, The Sims, and SimCity. Wright and EA have announced that Wright will be leaving the company and...
Apr 9 2009, 6:36am CDT
Quake Live looks like it would be fun if You could get in id Software unleashed the Quake III engine as Quake Live yesterday. Quake Live is a free online version of the classic Quake III. Sounds great! The only problem is that it's totally over loaded. id Software was smart...
Feb 26 2009, 12:43pm CST
Tiny Cube PC gets reviewed A little PC Cube from Japan made some waves again as it got reviewed by UK's PC Pro. We reported about the T-Cube the first time back in 2004. It is surprising that it did not get smaller since then. Time has stood...
Aug 28 2008, 8:55am CDT
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review OCModShop published a Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Review.
Quote from the review: "After delighting fans on the PC the game has finally come to the PS 3 and X-Box 360 Consoles.
Players can also alter their load out in...
Jun 7 2008, 1:00pm CDT
Penumbra: Black Plague HaptX Edition Launches The Novint Falcon controller now has a new HaptX video game to add to the line of Falcon enabled titles. The game is called Penumbra: Black Plague HaptX Edition. The game is the sequel to Penumbra: Overture and can be...
Jun 2 2008, 9:10am CDT
SimCity Creator Coming to Wii and Nintendo DS EA announced this week that a new SimCity title would be coming to the Nintendo Wii and DS game systems as an exclusive title. The game is called SimCity Creator and is described as an open-ended game that is highly...
May 30 2008, 1:00pm CDT
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Invades PS3 and Xbox Quake has been one of the most popular and longest running FPS shooter franchises on the PC for a long time. The latest installment is Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and PC gamers have been happily playing away on one of...
May 28 2008, 7:17am CDT
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars PC Review Today we are looking at a PC video game from Id called Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. This is the latest installment in the very popular Quake franchise.Quake Wars is set on earth years before the events in Quake 2. The...
Dec 21 2007, 7:53am CST
GP2X F-200 Game System ships If you want to play video games outside of the mainstream the GP2X console is a great alternative to the video game establishment.
The new GP2X F-200 started shipping from Japan via Play-Asia globally for $169.90....
Oct 30 2007, 4:00am CDT
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Hands On I got the chance to play lots of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars yesterday at Quakecon. The game looks great, I left last year thinking it was a clone of Battlefield 2142, after taking another look at it this year the game...
Aug 3 2007, 2:48pm CDT
Hands on with Philips amBX System The first time I heard about Philips’ amBX system it was a large home theater product that would use your home lighting, heat and AC unit to match your environment to that of the film. Yesterday at Quakeconn Philips was...
Aug 3 2007, 9:21am CDT
Nexuiz: Free GPL Multiplayer First Person Shooter When I first read about Nexuiz, I decided to give it a try, as I was for a while a Half-Life addict.
I downloaded the package 161MB package. The zip file just needs to be extracted and after clicking the windows...
Jun 6 2005, 7:00am EST
New D-Cube 800B Tiny Pendant MP3 Player This week we have again several new MP3 Player news from Korea thanks to I4U Reader Jason Kim. This time its a new tiny pendant MP3 Player from Korean D-Cube MP3 Player Label. The manfufacturer behind D Cube (Digital...
Sep 29 2004, 4:46am EST
New PC T-Cube as small as an Orange
At the TRON 2004 Show Japanese Personal Media Company shows off the T-Cube a pocket-size PC running T-Engine.
T-Engine is somekind of OS standardization project for networked computers in Japan that started in 2002...
Dec 13 2003, 7:52pm EST
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