Jackpots at some Atlantic City slot machines could soon be getting a big boost. New Jersey gaming officials approved a plan to participate in a slot system called “Powerbucks.”
The water puzzle genre is pretty well established these days and Feed Me Oil 2, unfortunately, does nothing to advance the medium.
Take the characters and sound bytes from a popular Cartoon Network show and blend them with a popular game and you’ve got Ski Safari Adventure Time.
Angry Birds might be a beloved app, but Angry Birds Go! is a kart racer cash grab that seems much more intent on separating players from their money.
Cut the Rope was not just charming, it was a game that required precision, thought, and good reflexes. Thankfully, that has all remained true for Cut the Rope 2.
If you liked what Telltale Games did with The Walking Dead two years ago, you’ll likely be a fan of The Wolf Among Us.
Piracy is a scenario that very few games have mastered – but Assassin’s Creed Pirates gets it right.
Airplane! is a game for people who might want to explore a flight sim, but not bother to learn anything about airplanes first.
Rayman Fiesta Run is, quite simply, a triumph, taking everything that worked well in its predecessor and expanding upon it.
Whichever Disney exec decided to blend Star Wars with Tiny Tower deserves a raise.
If you’ve played Candy Crush Saga, Jelly Splash may seem familiar. From its Candy Land-like setting to its challenges and gameplay, there’s a lot we’ve seen before.
Call of Duty fans are a passionate bunch but it’s worth noting that ‘Call of Duty: Strike Team’ isn’t what they’re used to.
If you’re an Angry Birds fan, though Angry Birds Star Wars II is bound to keep you entranced.
Where’s My Water? 2 is a fun game but it has a lot to live up to in terms of the original and it falls a bit short.
The story in Fetch might seem a little dark. After all, it’s about a boy whose dog is kidnapped by an evil CEO. But the game is actually incredibly charming.