"Games" Blogs & Blog Posts

DarkmattersDarkmatters

Film reviews, game reviews. random news and reaction, fiction from the worl...

 
Angry Brown GuyAngry Brown Guy

Random rants or posts by a Brown Guy who is not always Angry. Usually about...

 
Appy Place -- The Appy Entertainment BlogAppy Place -- The Appy Entertainment Blog

The life of an iPhone games startup. By the developers of FaceFighter, Tune...

 
KotakuKotaku

Covering all gaming

 
idreamelectricidreamelectric

Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
TechSlingTechSling

TechSling is a technology blog that features exciting articles on current i...

 
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random thoughts and happenings

 


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This peaceful game presents a photograph, broken into squares that have been randomly rotated some multiple of 90 degrees. Your challenge is the click on the boxes to rotate them into their correct orientation. The best strategy seems to be finding s...

Microsoft’s $69 billion deal for Activision Blizzard, which is undergoing reviews in 16 countries, has become a test for whether tech giants can buy companies amid a backlash.

You may now run classic first-person shooter Quake on the Apple Watch. Even if it's not much fun to play, it'll be nice to walk around with one's timepiece constantly making slide-racking sounds, zombie moaning noises, clunking grenades, the sound of...

Regardless of your relationship to a syllabus—excited, hostile, or indifferent—"Gaming the Past" is a guide to "explore several arenas of global interaction and conflict through different history-based games," This syllabus is for consummate nerd...

oimo.io/works/bubbles, by saharan, features a simple, relaxing bubble-blowing toy. You can move around the fan, the bubble wand, and the inconveniently-placed pointy thing. You have unlimited bubbles!

It only takes two dogs to play tug of war, as one doggo learned when a pair of nearby pups left him out of the competition. But rather than show his true feelings, he pretended he was also having great fun with the game, scrunching his mouth and lean...

When the official soundtrack to Doom Eternal was released, fans noticed that it sounded weird and crappy. The game's producer at iD software, Marty Stratton, posted a statement (to the game's fan subreddit) in which he denounced Mick Gordon, the musi...