Gaming

Lootbox Lyfe+ shows a world post-lootboxes

Anyone that has ever bought a lootbox will know that disappointing feeling you get when a pull isn’t quite as good as you were hoping for. Some would argue it is a feeling similar to losing a bet in a bookies. Thankfully then, the whole world isn’t obsessed with them. If they were, forgetting to eat and live would be

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Gaming

Find a new home in Bumblebee – Little Bee Adventure

EpiXR Games have recently brought their tried and tested Aery formula to other such flying objects. Things such as a paper aeroplane in Paper Flight or a fly in the aptly named Life of Fly games. Now, there is another flying being, one that is crucial to the survival of humanity. Find out what mischief the humble bee can get

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Gaming

Never stop bouncing in Go! Go! PogoGirl

We all know that platformers must have good jumping mechanics. After all, the reason they’re called platformers is due to the amount of platforms you jump around on. So it is usually the case that your characters jumping mechanics aren’t changed or upgraded as you progress. Their maximum jump is typically sufficient. This latest release is a little different however.

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Gaming

Chair the Wonderland AGM in Wonderland Nights: White Rabbit’s Diary

Trying to arrange events with a large group of people is rarely worth the hassle. Sometimes the event is a necessity though. Wonderland Nights: White Rabbit’s Diary is out today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch, and is the fantasy equivalent of a G8 summit. The world of Wonderland is split into four: Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs and Spades. Every year,

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Gaming

Trenches aims to show you the true horror of World War I

Sometimes horror doesn’t need a terrifying monster hunting you down or a slasher on the loose to create terror. History has shown us that true horror can even be nothing more than a human being, and this next game is one such example. Trenches is out today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. It is 1917 and whilst the war

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Gaming

Kung Fury: Street Rage jumps into Arcade Paradise

If you have already played Arcade Paradise, then you will have probably wondered how so of the games within aren’t standalone releases already. Given the quality of many of the arcade games, it is a reasonable assumption. Well, that presumption does sort of come true today, as the latest DLC cabinet is a licensed game, making its debut on Xbox

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Gaming

The future of sports is here with Hyper Gunsport

Not to be too pessimistic but in the distant future, when we live in a dystopian nightmare, there will only be a couple of things that unites humanity. We will all own a gun of some sort, but they won’t be self-defence. Instead, people will use them to play the only sport in town that matters. Hyper Gunsport is out

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Gaming

QUByte Classics – The Tale of Clouds and Wind arrives on Xbox

There are classic beat ‘em ups like Streets of Rage, Fatal Fury and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that many gamers would think of before this next title. But, that may be because it goes by different names. Water Margin anyone? A Tale of Clouds and Wind instead? Or this new name: QuByte Classics – The Tale of Clouds and Wind,

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GB Interceptor Enables Live Screen Capture From Game Boy

[Sebastian] had a tricky problem to solve. Competitors in a Tetris tournament needed to stream video of their Game Boy screens, but no solution readily existed. For reasons of fairness, emulators were right out, and no modifications could be made to the Game Boys, either. Thus, [Sebastian] created the GB Interceptor, a Game Boy capture cartridge. Thanks to the design

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Ultimate Game and Watch Has Support for NES

We’ve talked about feature creep plenty of times around here, and it’s generally regarded as something to be avoided when designing a prototype. It might sound good to have a lot of features in a build, but this often results in more complexity and more difficulty when actually bringing a project to fruition. [Brendan] has had the opposite experience with

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Three new track and six new cars for PAW Patrol: Grand Prix

If you’ve already managed to get your hands on the Pup Cup, you are probably wondering what the next challenge is. Well, here it is in the form of the Barkingburg Cup! New DLC for PAW Patrol: Grand Prix is out now as the Race in Barkingburg enters the starting grid on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. The post

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Leave it all to chance in The Game of Life 2

By my count, this is the first standalone version of The Game of Life available on consoles in Europe. There have been plenty of other versions, but the board game simply isn’t as well known on these shores as others. For those intrigued to know more, you are in luck. The Game of Life 2 launches today on Xbox, PlayStation

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