What's old is new again; rediscover retro video games and explore vintage-inspired reboots of the all-time classics.
Most Popular Games That Have Originated From India
Mobile gaming is becoming one of the many remarkable things that India is renowned for. India's gaming sector is rapidly expanding and thriving. As more individuals turn to their mobile phones for entertainment, many kinds of mobile games have begun to emerge in India. The global pandemic may have also aided the gaming industry's expansion between late 2019 and 2021.
Madras HC Verdict: What Does the Verdict on Online Gaming Reveals
There has been some animosity against online gaming, with increasing numbers of people advocating for either regulation or a prohibition. While ‘games of skill' have received widespread acceptance, ‘games of chance' have been roundly condemned.
One Man’s Atari 2600 Odyssey
When I was 14, way before the advent of PlayStation or Xbox, there was the Atari 2600. At the time this was bleeding edge technology and represented the pinnacle of the home games industry.
A Guide to Buying Classic Video Games at Auction
There is a growing interest in collecting classic cartridge games thanks to the recent resurgence in retro gaming interest. Games for older systems such as the Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, and Sega Genesis have long since stopped being sold in most brick-and-mortar stores.
Gambling Should Be Banned In The United States
About the same time that bans were issued in New York, betting was banned in the United States. The official independent routes currently were horse racing in Maryland and Kentucky as well as private card clubs. Club betting was legalized in Louisiana in 1869 and banned at the same time. Show Sources
The Importance of Poker
Our eight identical blue eyes quietly stared at her, as a pack of wolves would a sick deer. With a floral house dress floating over her plumpish body, seventy-four-year old Mrs. Ramsey looked like one of our great aunts. Piece of cake – we’d run her off in no time. After all, we’d dispatched five babysitters in the year since Mom started working.
- Top Story - July 2021
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Memories
With the announcement that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 are going to be remade, I got hit with a tidal wave of nostalgia. Upon hearing the news and browsing the world of Twitter, it appeared that I wasn’t the only one.
For the Love of a Game
Growing up I always loved editing characters in video games, whether it be adding the cast of Friends to the warzone that was Worms 2 or putting myself at front centre for the Vancouver Canucks on NHL 97.
Sonic forces mod APK (no ads and unlimited gold) available for the android
You would remember the Italian Super Mario on our computers but now the time has changed. People are moving toward a more convenient way of playing games. The best adventurous game is now available on your android phone which is Sonic Forces Mod APK. You are a sonic superhero in the game where you cannot stop running. Sonic forces speed battle game is where you have to catch the enemies and save the world.
How Text-Based Games Can Heal Our Attention Spans
There is increasing evidence, subjective and otherwise, to conclude that Generations Z and Millennials have a difficult time focusing on any one task at hand. The overwhelming reason is attributed to the ubiquity of "screens"—be it cellphones, laptops, or the comfort of the black mirror that is omnipresent in most everyone's living room (and sometimes bedroom).
- Top Story - April 2021
ADOM (Ancient Domains of Mystery): How 15,000 Lines of Code Changed RPGs
Life hasn't been the most exciting lately. I love to travel, so naturally, the shutdown that brought 2020 to a halt has forced me to take up, well, less-preferred means of adventuring. One such method is to explore the open worlds of video games, some of which were created before I was born.
Donkey Kong Country 2
This is my favorite classic SNES game, but probably not for the reason that you think. I know all of you reading this are likely aware of the legendary status of this game. Nintendo was behind in releasing their new console, the Ultra 64, and they needed to release top quality games on the SNES to compete. There long-time rival, SEGA and a newcomer competitor Sony had both brought new more powerful 32-bit consoles to market the Sony PlayStation in particular was turning out to be a real success. Nintendo needed to convince consumers that their older and less powerful console was still a competitor in the market. Indeed 1995 would see the release of some of the best games to grace the hardware in its history. Games like Yoshi’s Island, Chrono Trigger and of course Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest.