Pixel Warfare v2 is a multiplayer online first person shooter. It uses a basic lobby matching system. The game differentiates itself from others because it uses the popular pixelated and blocky graphics style found in Minecraft. This gives the game a unique look for a first person shooter although it also takes something away. The pixelated graphics can become confusing. The grid-aligned restrictions of the blocky world create uninteresting or predictable maps. An added problem is that the large pixels can create a confusing mess on the screen making it hard to see your enemies. Continue reading Pixel Warfare v2: Awesome FPS action in Minecraft-inspired Worlds
Pinata Hunter 3 puts in you in the role of someone who needs to collect candy from hanging pinatas in order to buy upgrades and accumulate a high score. The game has bright and colorful graphics for the pinatas. The animations are very basic and smooth making the gameplay easy to understand. Some basic music plays in the background as you beat the pinatas. It is not annoying or overly loud. The sound effects are not great and do not always match the weapons or actions on the screen.
Continue reading Pinata Hunter 3: Beat the candy out of that pinata to get upgrades and weapons
Capitalizing on the renewed popularity of ninja media, Ninja Blade’s name hearkens back to the ultrahard platformers of yore. However, its gameplay is more akin to Flappy Bird and other mobile games that do still require intense concentration, but centered around an emphasis on limited, highly-polished and audience-friendly mechanics.
While the game’s startup is unintuitive and lacking in a frankly necessary tutorial segment, players will quickly become engrossed once they blunder across Ninja Blade’s primary mechanic. Continue reading Ninja Blade: Cool and fast mobile game, that will put your reaction skills to the test
The goal of the game is to eventually construct an entire universe. The graphics are really well done. They are a mix of photographs and photorealistic renderings. There is no sound in the game. This actually a plus since idle clickers are intended to be played in the background. A full options menu lets you customize many aspects of the game from what user interface elements are show to the length of time between screen updates.
Continue reading Rebuild the Universe: A very fun and interesting idle clicker that uses the theme of atoms, stars and galaxies during gameplay