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Added: 19.02.2018 5:54 | 0 views | 0 comments
http://img-hws.y8.com/cloud/y8-thumbs/35013/big.gif If you like scrabble or crossword puzzles, WORDIT is the new game for you! Arrange all the letters on the board to form valid words. Try to reuse letters and make the words overlap horizontally and vertically to get the highest score. You can also play the special time challenge mode and build words to clear the board before it fills up.
|Immortal Redneck - Skewed 'n Reviewed|
Added: 18.02.2018 14:51 | 0 views | 0 comments
Calling back the days of Serious Sam; a new game called Immortal Redneck has arrived and it looks to fill the gap that the previously mentioned frantic yet casual shooter has left behind. Skewed and Reviewed have posted a mixed review of the new console versions saying that while the game is good as a value title, the dated graphics and gameplay may leave some wanting more.
|Secret of Mana's 3D remake is good fun - but won't impress retro purists|
Added: 18.02.2018 10:30 | 0 views | 0 comments
A genuine Super NES classic, Secret of Mana holds a special place in the hearts of those that played it back in the day. Its blend of role-playing action, gorgeous visual design and evocative music remains a treat even today. The series has persisted across multiple generations since, but the original is still best. Or is it? Last week, Square-Enix released a 3D remake for PS4, PS4 Pro, PC and even PS Vita - and we've played them all.
But what makes this game special? Secret of Mana holds up today and was considered good enough to make the top 21 line-up for SNES mini, and this is perhaps surprising bearing in mind its troubled development. Originally designed for the Super NES's CD-ROM attachment, a collaboration with Sony, the game was originally lined up as a launch title for the Super Disc format - a vast adventure that would take full advantage of the extra disc space rather than simply slapping a few Redbook audio tracks on the disc like many other titles. When the CD project was killed off, Square management pushed the team to complete the game on cartridge instead. The team was forced to cut content and dialogue, reducing the game to the form we know today but despite obvious shortcomings resulting from this process, the game still went on to become a classic.
The action driven combat stands out as its most unique feature - up to three players can join-in for cooperative action, quite unlike anything else on the system at the time. While exploring the world in search of the eight Mana temples, players are treated to remarkable 16-bit pixel art. Beyond the expressive characters, beautiful rivers ripple through the numerous valleys, animated grass tiles blow gently in the wind and colour math is used to create some great effects.
Added: 17.02.2018 6:54 | 0 views | 0 comments
http://img-hws.y8.com/cloud/y8-thumbs/21259/big.gif Click on the builders in the proper order to build the most advanced structures in the valley.
|Review- Monster Energy Supercross FIM World Championships | Game Hype|
Added: 16.02.2018 14:50 | 0 views | 0 comments
Game Hype Wrote: "Monster Energy Supercross is a very enjoyable FIM World Championship simulator. It has a plethora of licenses, while bringing plenty of replay value to the party. The gameplay mechanics are fun and enjoyable."
|The Dark Side of Stardew Valley|
Added: 16.02.2018 6:53 | 0 views | 0 comments
This article contains story spoilers for Stardew Valley. Taken at face value, Stardew Valley is a very happy little game indeed. It lures you in with the promise of a new life as a farmer, away from the pressures of the big city.
|Valve overhauls Steam wishlists with new filters and sorting options for greater user control|
Added: 16.02.2018 1:53 | 0 views | 0 comments
Valve has overhauled Steam's wishlist feature, introducing new filters and sorting options designed to make it easier for users to keep track of the games they're most interested in.
The new wishlist changes, as , are surprisingly comprehensive, and based on Steam users' most requested features. There are a lot of genuinely handy additions too, particularly if you're the kind of person who frequently finds themselves poring over a seemingly endless wishlist whenever you have the compulsion to buy something new.
For instance, you now have the ability to filter your wishlist by genre, meaning that you can more easily whittle down your options when you're in the mood to play a specific kind of game. You simply need to click one of the tags displayed next to a game to hide titles that don't share that tag. Additionally - and this one's particularly pertinent given that Steam has just launched its Lunar New Year Sale - you can also filter your wishlist based on discounts.