Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove, Sacred Grove, the 11th installment in the Mystery Case Files series, is available today for PC and Mac, and releasing on Thursday, November 27th on smartphones and tablets. The Mystery Case Files series is Big Fish’s most popular hidden object adventure game franchise, with over 53 million downloads across all platforms. Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove, Sacred Grove was developed in partnership with third-party game developer Elephant Games.Read More
Nintendo just announced its follow-up to last year’s mini NES, the SNES Classic Edition. Nintendo’s newest retro console comes fully loaded with 21 games, two wired retro controllers, and enough nostalgia to transport you straight to 1991. But if previous product shortages are any indication, getting your hands on one may very well be a challenge.Read More
Athletes who want to improve their performance may want to spend more time sitting in front of computers instead of only hitting the gym. IntelliGym – a software platform made by Applied Cognitive Engineering that got its start training Air Force pilots – has branched out to give hockey, basketball and soccer players a new way to train without taxing their bodies.Read More
Google has announced the best games of 2017, and we’re proud to say Cooking Craze has made the list.
The Best Games of 2016 list is broken up into seven main categories: Most competitive, Most Social, Best Indie, Most Innovative, Best to Pick Up & Play, Best for Kids, and Most Popular. Among those categories, one big winner was chosen. While the best-game trophy went to Cats: Crash Arena Turbo Stars, Cooking Craze owned the Best to Pick Up & Play category.Read More
Gaming is sure to remain popular among kids and adults going into the future. Whether using mobile devices or computers, people will continue to enjoy and get entertained with video games of all types.Read More
Everybody has played at least one game in their life. Card games, video games, sports, board games, and so much more. Games have been a constant presence in our lives, whether we actively play them or not. Some only played them during their childhood, while some continued to enjoy the entertainment games provide us to adulthood. Some are just casual players, while some do it for a living. Some are casual fans while some have a passion for it – like otakus.Read More
E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) is the event for all electronic gaming launches on the horizon. Unlike gaming conventions like Penny Arcade Expo (PAX), E3 is locked down and restricted to industry only. It hasn’t even been a decade since a gamer outside the industry could slip in by knowing someone who knows someone at a game company. E3 started cracking down on fandom attendance to get it back to its insider industry roots.Read More