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Mystery Trackers: Train to Hellswich - Preview

Sunday, July 24, 2016 /

Join the Mystery Trackers in their eleventh adventure. Your train is attacked by a group of creepy supernatural creatures, can you survive this train to hell?




Myths of the World: Island of Forgotten Evil - Preview

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The Isle of Wight has always been a place surrounded by mystery. Through centuries many different civilizations lived there, and they all left some traces of their existence: castles, old towns, shrines and temples. Sometimes, precious treasure and jewelry were things they left behind. But, occasionally they used the island to hide the things that should be hidden forever. Unfortunately, they never accounted for human curiosity and lust for the unknown in their equation.

Moai IV: Terra Incognita - Review

Saturday, July 23, 2016 /

We have now come to the fourth Moai game and our main characters, Hero and Bright Light, are now proud parents of Hika-Ri and Koa-Ri! After a wave of natural disasters hit the island, the villages are destroyed. Help Hero and friends restore the settlements and explore the new territories in this latest Moai sequel.

Dead Reckoning: Snowbird’s Creek - Preview

Thursday, July 21, 2016 /

People of Snowbird’s Creek are as cold as the weather out there. Strangers are not welcome, not even ones who want to start a new, prosperous business. Lives of locals are intertwined in many ways. Friendship, love and years-old disputes dictate the rhythm of life. Has the idea of a one man caused more than just a raised eyebrow? Can jealousy motivate someone to commit a murder? And how can you hide a murder, if you know everybody?

Best New iOS Sports Games You Should Try

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 /

If you have ever browsed through the App Store's Top Charts, you are most likely to have seen several sports games crowding the charts. Sports Games is one of the most popular application categories on the App Store. Whether you like playing actual sports or not, the comfort of getting competitive and winning races right from your own couch is undeniable. What's even better is that most sports games on iOS are free to download. Here are some of the best recent titles curated for your leisure.

NBA Live Mobile

This is a must-have application for all NBA fans. EA partnered up with NBA to offer a full basketball experience right on your screen. NBA Live Mobile comes with all of your favorite teams and players from the Association and a variety of game modes to keep you entertained. Top that with stunning visuals, impressive control system and easy-to-learn instructions - this is the best free NBA-licensed game to date. The only bummer is that as a free-to-play game, the playtime is restricted by the energy system, which can be a little money-hungry.

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team

EA is no doubt the King of sports games, as this second recommendation is also from this giant developer. Again, FIFA 16 Ultimate Team featured all of the real-life players you adore, as well as a top-notch production and plenty of online competitions to join. However, the game doesn't stray far from the previous versions, making it somewhat repetitive. Still, FIFA 16 Ultimate Team is a well-crafted game that is addicting enough for all FIFA worshipers out there.

Tap Sports Baseball 2016

As mentioned, the problem with many of the sports games is that their new versions are not actually that different from their predecessors. Although Tap Sports Baseball 2016 faces this same industry-wide issue, it doesn't mean that the game is not enjoyable. Tap Sports Baseball 2016 allows you to manage the teams and tournaments, along with showing off your skills on the fields - making it an immersive experience. As a free-to-play game, paying for in-app items will help you progress significantly faster, but the game is totally free if you have enough patience.

Deer Hunter 2016

Sports games on iOS are not restricted to traditional sports only, but extreme sports and more obscured choices are also available. Deer Hunter 2016 is a well-produced hunting simulation from Glu Games. The missions are carefully mapped out and the animals are beautifully animated. Deer Hunter 2016 is a fun and satisfying hunting game, if not a little too easy.

These are only four of the many impressive titles in the sports games' universe. If you want to get more serious with sports gaming, check out bettingtop10.com for eye-catching deals on sports betting games.

Classic Games on Brand New Tech

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 /

Some of the greatest games were the most simple. "Mario 64," "Street Fighter," "Mortal Combat" and "Pokemon" found a balanced type of game play that made reputability fun. In this day and age, this type of game play is rare. These simpler games have been put aside for a more robust online experience. However, if you want a shot at your old favorite games, the following are some of the best ways to play them.

Emulators


Emulators are one of the most dynamic strolls down memory lane. Emulators come in all shapes and sizes, whether it's the Nintendo 64, the original PlayStation or a stone-age console like the NES. However, emulators are a little funky at times because they are third-party programs written, typically, by fans. You also need to make sure you're going through a legal site that offers public domain games.

Emulator Zone is a website dedicated to the safety and fun of the emulator community. Find the console emulator you want and the games you need on its website. The install process can be a bit tricky, as most come in a zipped file. You need WinRar to access the file. Then, create a folder for your emulator and game files. Once the emulator is installed, download the games you want. You should able to access the game files directly from the emulator menu.

Smart Boy


Smart Boy is one of those ideas you can't believe didn't catch on sooner. Designed like the original Game Boy, Smart Boy is a handheld shell that docks to your smartphone and lets you play the Game Boy games you know and love. Thus far only development kits are available. The release of this gadget doesn't hit the shelves until December and the Smart Boy is only compatible with Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S6.

While it remains to be seen how many games Smart Boy will deliver, heavy weights such as "Zelda," "Pokemon" and "Bomberman" have already been tested. Smart Boy is being developed by Hyperkin, which is known for its savvy eye for retro niche markets in the gaming culture. Plus, with the grandstand reception "Pokemon Go" has received, there's no reason older games won't want a crack at the game that started it all.

Virtual Consoles and Classic Editions


Virtual Consoles aren't actually virtual. Rather they are virtual marketplaces for current consoles on which you can purchase and download a host of your favorite games. Nintendo, which coined the term with it's marketplace, offers classics like "Kirby's Adventure," "Mega Man" and "Final Fight." If you're mostly interested in NES games, Nintendo has also released a Classic Edition NES that has 30 of the most iconic games pre-loaded on the device. The downside of this, however, is that no other games can be added.

While virtual consoles and classic editions are a great way to experience your favorite games from yesteryear, don't forget you must own a Nintendo Wii U, Xbox One or PS4 to have access to them.

Haunted Legends: The Iron Mask - Review

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As a member of the royal Secret Service, you are summoned by the Cardinal to help protect him from possible danger. All of the victims of recent murders in the city have received the same letter accusing them of treason against the crown prior to their deaths. Now that the cardinal has received this deadly letter too, and with all the evidence pointing towards a mysterious man behind the iron mask - you need to do everything in your power to protect the cardinal and solve this mystery.