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This week: a judge rants about his cases on Facebook, resulting in a reversed decision against a sex offender. What will Facebook ruin next? Political campaigns can’t accept BitCoin donations, yet another setback for anarchists seeking to participate in the political process. And The Beastie Boys don’t want their songs in ads but a toy […]
When people think of games that involve navigating through a level by jumping and exploring on the NES, a few games likely come to mind. With the incredible popularity of the genre at the time, there were some platformers that came out and flew under the radar.
Building a real-life dinosaur theme park seems like a bad idea, especially if you’ve ever seen Jurassic Park. Sometimes it’s better to pretend.
Every once in a while, the stars line up and a launch game hits the market that’s actually good. It’s a rare occurrence indeed, and one that doesn’t seem like it’s going to happen on the PS4 and Xbox One, but it has taken place.
This week we chat with Jon Holmquist, the man behind BitCoin Black Friday and a variety of other online shops that exclusively use BitCoin.
If you really want to spend some big money (or make some big money if you are lucky enough to own any of them), the Atari 2600 is actually a gold mine.
If you can get through these negative aspects of the video game world, you just might come out on the other side infinitely better for it.
The zombies are coming! In the world of Please Stay Calm, none of your local businesses are safe from the ever present zombie infestation.
When you play a game on your iPhone, are you looking for something relaxing and easy-going that will just kill a few minutes? If so, ON/OFF is another quick blast you should download.
For a long while it seemed that skating games were a niche that no one was touching on the App Store – that is until True Skate arrived.
This week: it’s time for some table-top gaming.
Iconfactory has rolled out a very nice update to Twitterrific 5 on iOS that adds some slick new features while fixing some of the bugs that have been an issue for many users of the application.
What happens when a Robot Unicorn Attacks for a second time? You end up with a strange game called Robot Unicorn Attack 2, of course.
While the core of what makes COD remains in tact in Ghosts, there are some pretty interesting tweaks to the multiplayer formula that hardcore players should definitely enjoy.
If you love GIFs, you’ll want to take a look at iOS app Riffsy. It lets you view GIFs at light speed plus send them to friends using iMessage, Facebook and by email.