I may live in the great beyond, but that doesn’t mean I’m not sitting here anticipating new games to play. Haunting people is fun only for so long. Just ask Polterguy. Since I highly doubt we’ll ever see a sequel to Ghosthunter, I have to reserve my excitement for other titles.
When you first start the game, one of the most fun things to do is to discover new species of fish. Unfortunately, the delay in waiting for the fish to grow up can really be confusing on how you bred that specific fish. Luckily, there is one way to help with that. If you click on any fish and then click on the 'species' button on the lower left corner of the screen; then you get taken to another screen where you can see exactly how you bred that fish.
The mobile gaming industry is flourishing at a faster pace than what was expected during the initial phase of this sector. It is a billion-dollar industry right now, with more investments coming into the field. A super example to back up this statement is the increase in the number of games available in PlayStore and iTunes.
All one needs is good internet connectivity. You can play with literally anyone, anywhere in this world. But what is there to play? What games are available online to players? Well, we have listed 15 of the best online games, which you should be playing right now in 2020. Here is the list.
Now we have reached the end of the 2010's I thought it would be a nice lighthearted distraction from all the dismal politics to try to decided what I would consider to be the best game of the decade, with best games from each year within that decade.
Everything is going online in this technological age, whether it is shopping, booking travel destinations, looking for information or playing. It is a convenience, choice and reach that this medium provides that is making it accessible across domains. Though online casinos started nearly twenty-five years back, it took some time for the i-gaming industry to mature and evolve. But once it did, there has been no looking back. It is attracting more and more players with its safe and secure platforms, improved regulations and controls, a wide choice of games, and global accessibility.
Hi, and welcome to the final part of my favorite games list. The games that made the Top 25 on my list are the games that I would find any excuse to load up any time. Some of these games are highly acclaimed masterpieces, and some are games that I just happen to have enjoyed the most even if the critics didn't. In the first three parts of this list, I showed how diverse my gaming interests were, and that shows in this part as well. Like the rest of the list, I'm only including one game per franchise and only mentioning the platform that I've played the listed game on the most.
Calling yourself a pool player is not justified unless you grab hold of the best cue accessories. It is not only about the designer case holding your Fiberglas cue. No, that’s not the only accessory to have. Neither are the different colourful pool table balls that should capture all the attention. There are lots more to consider, especially for players like you, for the love you have for the game.
Hi, again! It's time for Part 3 of my big countdown of my favorite games of all time! This is a great way to celebrate the holidays!
Let me start by saying, this isn’t going to be a ‘we need sequels of XYZ’ article, or a list of old games that need remaking. Despite the fact I would love to see a DC Supervillains 2, and possibly a Marvel Supervillains or DC Superheroes game, and the fact that LEGO Lord of the Rings needs to be remade in a better way. I want to address the untapped movie/TV franchises that would make amazing LEGO games.
Welcome to the second of my four-part series where I spend the holidays counting down my favorite games of all time. See Part 1 here if you haven't already.