Now more than ever, the online slots games business is enjoying immense popularity. It seems that players everywhere just can’t get enough of the exciting features and amazing themes of today’s titles. Increasingly, we are hearing use of the word gamification around the online slots arena. This is basically the idea that slots are becoming more and more like video games you might find on an Xbox or Playstation than an online casino
It’s no secret that we love the Cat Quest series with both the original and its sequel receiving high scores on the site. However, players who have yet to discover the delights of this franchise now have more reason than ever to give it a try thanks to the Cat Quest Pawsome Pack. The bundle, which includes both Cat Quest and Cat Quest II, is out now worldwide for Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4. The collection even comes with a reversible cover for collectors
If you’re looking for tips and tricks when it comes to creating the perfect gaming pad then don’t worry, you have definitely come to the right place. Whether you’re just setting one up or you’re adding to the one you already have, having a place that you feel comfortable enough to play games in is important, especially if you’re going to be spending long hours in there. Luckily, there are lots of tips you can pick up to ensure you’re creating the best space for you. From thinking about the decor you want to investing in high-quality sound systems, the more you’re doing the better. With that in mind, here are 10 ways to create the ultimate gaming pad
It seems like the wait for Metamorphosis, the narrative adventure inspired by Kafka’s curious imagination, is almost over as the release date has been officially announced. The publisher, All in! Games, revealed that Metamorphosis is set to release this summer on August 12, 2020. Metamorphosis will be available on PC from both Steam and GOG, as well as PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One
Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation: Time After Time is a kinetic novel that features three girls who end up living under the same roof while trying to regain their place in society. It is set in a future where aptitude tests determine your career for life and those who fail end up as worthless outcasts called chuusotsu. The game features bright, colorful visuals but the story can veer into unexpectedly dark directions. It is certainly an intriguing tale and hopefully, future installments will reveal more of the world and characters introduced here.
Gameplay: This is a kinetic novel, so there is no interaction beyond reading the story.
Graphics: The backgrounds are detailed and the character sprites look very nice.
Sound: Both the voice acting and background music is decent
From the Monkey Island series to Day of the Tentacle, the Point & Click Adventure genre delivered plenty of classics during the height of its popularity. These days it has become a lot more niche, but some great remasters along with a handful of new releases has kept the genre alive. One of these new releases is the upcoming Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town, developed by imaginarylab and published by VLG
Virtual reality gaming is still coming into its own. It did not immediately take over the gaming world, as its most enthusiastic advocates expected it to, and in some cases, it has actually been a disappointment. The good headsets are expensive, the games aren’t perfected, and there really hasn’t been a flagship genre or game to draw people to the medium. Don’t let these negatives fool you, though. VR is still developing, and slowly but surely gaining momentum
CARRION is a great, although brief game that gives players the chance to go wild in a research facility as a flesh-eating tentacle monster. The game is extremely bloody, but between all the mayhem there are also plenty of puzzles to solve. Your creature can unlock a ton of new abilities, which opens up new areas to explore, but the lack of a map could frustrate some players. Despite some repetition and a few small niggles we thoroughly enjoyed our time with CARRION and the game comes highly recommended.
Gameplay: Plays like a very violent Metroidvania, except without the platforming elements.
Graphics: The pixel art looks great and the animations are smooth, but more unique locations would have been a big plus.
Sound: Atmospheric music and great sound effects
Since Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening is an expansion instead of a full-blown sequel it’s not quite as lengthy or epic as the original game. However, it’s still a great game with plenty to offer RPG fans. The new party members are just as good as the original ones and the inclusion of new class specializations, spells and abilities also make the combat more interesting. If you were a fan of Origins, then you won’t want to miss out on Awakening.
Gameplay: More of the same compared to Origins, but still fun.
Graphics: The visuals are still good, albeit very bloody.
Sound: Good music, sound effects, and voice acting
Knot is an enjoyable puzzle game that is based on interlocking burr puzzles. It’s a decent looking game, but the control scheme leaves a lot to be desired. With 40 puzzles on offer, the game can be completed in a few hours, but considering the low price tag, it is still something that will keep puzzle fans entertained despite the niggles.
Gameplay: The concept is very enjoyable, but the controls let the game down.
Graphics: The puzzles look great and the wood, stone, copper, and other materials for the textures add some visual variety.
Sound: Relaxing, but not very varied