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NYCC 2014 Hands-On: Kitty in the Box

NYCC 2014 Hands-On: Kitty in the Box

Kitty in the Box, by Mokuni Games, is a tablet game that is most likely inspired by internet picture of cats sitting in whatever box they find. This may sound like a ridiculous premise but the developers make it work here for a solid game.

Hands-On: Hitman Sniper

Hands-On: Hitman Sniper

Hitman Sniper is a mobile game that does justice to the console-based Hitman franchise. This new title can be enjoyed even if it’s your first Hitman game. When I played the demo it was very hard to put down. And the best part about the game, it’s free to play!

iPhone 6 Review

iPhone 6 Review

The Perfect iPhone? There has been a demand for a bigger iPhone ever since there were bigger smartphones. Apple stuck with their 3.5-inch screens from the very first iPhone in 2007 all the way to the iPhone 4S in 2011.  

Asus Unveils First Android SmartWatch

Asus Unveils First Android SmartWatch

Asus adds smartwear to the collection. It seems like every company is launching their own set of smartwatchs.  Asus has joined the likes of Samsung and Sony by launching their very own smartwatch called the “ZenWatch”. Asus Chairman, Jonney Shih took to the stage at this year IFA to show off the companies first Android Wear Smart watch.

Review: Clash of Clans

Review: Clash of Clans

Massively multiplayer action on the go has never been so enjoyable. They’ve stuck again. Despite all our attempts to fortify our defenses and level up our troops to the highest level, every acre within the village was devastated. Our resources were completely wiped out and all I could do was think: “I can never turn this game off!”

PAX East 2014 Hands-On: Woah Dave!

PAX East 2014 Hands-On: Woah Dave!

If you had a good time at PAX East, you probably hadn’t played this game. Games available to play at PAX East were generally easy to play, or at least set to one of the easiest phase so not to frustrate attendees. But with the “kill-the-monsters” indie game Woah Dave!, however, insists on paying homage to the old-school games, namely the stereotype that old games are hard.

The RL Button: Why Pulling Flappy Bird was a Bad Idea

The RL Button: Why Pulling Flappy Bird was a Bad Idea

Why Dong Nguyen needs to set his bird free. Because of the unwanted attention, developer Dong Nguyen took down down his ultra popular mobile game Flappy Bird. But with the huge momentum behind this game, taking his ball going home is huge mistake for Nguyen. This is the moment for the developer to harness the Flappy Bird brand while it’s still hot, rather than just throw in the bird coop.