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King Settles Its Differences With The Banner Saga And CandySwipe

King Settles Its Differences With The Banner Saga And CandySwipe

In a well documented and controversial trademark attempt, King has apparently settled its differences with both Runsome Apps and Stoic Studio's. »

Major Mayhem Review: Dumb 80s Action Fun

Major Mayhem Review: Dumb 80s Action Fun

Our review of Major Mayhem shows how this on-rails shooter is enjoyable for anybody with 1980s nostalgia. »

Post Master Review: Not Pushing The Envelope

Post Master Review: Not Pushing The Envelope

Post Master gives us a new business management game that tries to make it in the casual market. »

Kami Review: Tranquil Tedium

Kami Review: Tranquil Tedium

The revolution of mobile gaming has caused an influx of casual games to the PC market, but how will Kami fair out of its comfort zone? »

Secrets of Rætikon Preview – Fly Like a Bird, Sting Like a Bee

Secrets of Rætikon Preview – Fly Like a Bird, Sting Like a Bee

An inside look at current beta version of Secrets of Rætikon, an atmospheric exploration game. »

Unholy Heights Review: More Erotic Cakes, Please!

Unholy Heights Review: More Erotic Cakes, Please!

Leviathyn reviews new sim game, Unholy Heights, featuring the Devil's own attempt at real estate. »

Perfection Review: Is It Within Reach?

Perfection Review: Is It Within Reach?

A review of new casual indie game Perfection for PC. It's a good concept, but it just doesn't have any spark. »

“Because I’m still in love with you, on this harvest moon.”

“Because I’m still in love with you, on this harvest moon.”

Just as the sun rises over the horizon, your eyes open and you awake to a brand new day of responsibilities. Without any delay, you fix up breakfast and set off to work. Normally, this would be the time you hop into your car and drive off to the office or whatever soul sucking job you were able to land. Instead, you head down a dirt path into a small wooden structure. As the door opens, you are gr... »

Google Plus Continues To Lose Gaming Support

Google Plus Continues To Lose Gaming Support

Maybe social network gaming really is dying.  First we had reports that Facebook gaming giant Zynga was losing money, and new reports suggest that PopCap games,which is owned by EA, and Wooga are pulling support of their titles on Google+. Wooga has already pulled Monster World from the social networking site, and has decided to focus their attention on the Facebook side of the equation.  “W... »

Casual Gaming and the Retro Scene

Casual Gaming and the Retro Scene

Casual Games don’t command much respect from serious gamers. And why should they? It hurts inside when I see a friend engulfed in Bloons or Farmville. Especially friends who are close minded about video games, but love the flash games they play on their phones. But even though casual and mobile gaming is a source of anger for serious gamers, it is fulfilling a couple specific duties for the ... »

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