Super Mario Run: Currently Half Off For All Levels

Super Mario Run

Big news for Nintendo fans who also love smartphone gaming: Super Mario Run is currently only $4.99 to unlock all levels, as opposed to the usual $9.99. Super Mario Run Disappointment When Super Mario Run was first teased, mobile gamers everywhere were immediately intrigued. This was arguably gaming’s biggest franchise being brought to smartphones everywhere, and since Mario is such a classic it seemed that a true port of the original Super Mario Bros. might even be on the way. Then, Super Mario Run came out. The fact that it…

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Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Is Worth Playing

Middle Earth Shadow of War

Well folks, Middle Earth: Shadow of War has officially come out for Android just a few days after we teased it here. While our teaser was concerned that it would just be another Clash of Clans ripoff, once I opened up and started running the game I was pleasantly surprised. This is a fairly unique mobile game, and is definitely worth checking out for Lord of the Rings fans (and even non-fans, if any of those still exist). Similar To (But Definitely Not) An Idle Action RPG Now, I want…

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Assassin’s Creed Origins Will Have Bloodless Discovery Tour

Assassin's Creed Origins Discovery Tour Evisceration

Assassin’s Creed Origins, the next chapter from one of console gaming’s biggest franchises, is set to come out in just around a month, on October 27th. A free update that is expected to come out sometime next year will include a bloodless “Discovery Tour” mode, and that’s what I’m here to tell you about. With a free patch, Ubisoft will turn Assassin’s Creed into a choice between a combat-focused game and a non-combat educational tour. All Ages, Kid-Friendly Educational Assassin’s Creed The Discovery Tour mode will take out all the…

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The Five Best Free Games For The PS Vita

No Heroes Allowed No Puzzles Either!

There’s no better feeling than buying a new game console that came bundled with a free game, so that even if you couldn’t afford any games yet you could at least play something. For the Sega Genesis, this game was Sonic The Hedgehog (though not during its entire lifetime). For the Nintendo Wii it was Wii Sports, and for the Nintendo DS it was Metroid Prime Hunters: First Hunt. For the Xbox 360, it was Marble Blast Ultra and Hexxic, with were both legitimate classics. Nowadays, some consoles are still…

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A Guide For Getting Started With Dwarf Fortress

Dwarf Fortress

Dwarf Fortress is a simulation game that is probably most widely known as an ASCII game that is prohibitively complicated. While the graphics are ASCII-based, and while it is one of the deepest, most complicated simulation games out there, Dwarf Fortress is not nearly as hard to get started with as people think it is. I could try to sum up how to get started, but the best resource by far comes from the official wiki. Dwarf Fortress Wiki Quickstart Guide If you’re a Dwarf Fortress beginner and are looking…

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Killzone: Mercenary: Still The Best Handheld Shooter

Killzone: Mercenary

Before we start, I want to say that I am well aware that Killzone: Mercenary is a four-year old game on a basically dead console. Its age is part of why I want to talk about it, though. You see, when it comes to first-person shooters (FPSes) on handheld consoles, Killzone: Mercenary is still undeniably the best choice out there. Vita Vs 3DS Shooters Since the PS Vita and the Nintendo 3DS are aimed at vastly different markets, their game libraries are made up of completely different games, so it’s…

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Upcoming Mobile Games For Android In 2017

DigimonLinks

Hey smartphone gamers, it’s 2017 and mobile games are as good as they’ve ever been, so let’s take stock of some of the great upcoming mobile game releases for Android. These are just four games that will be coming out soon for Android, and they’re all from well-established franchises. If you’re an Android gamer, one of these upcoming mobile games should pique your interest. DigimonLinks Digimon is coming to your smartphone, and not in some card game version or something like that but in the form of what looks like…

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Motorsport Manager Mobile Is Free Right Now

Motorsport Manager Mobile

If you like deals on great mobile games, this one’s for you. Motorsport Manager Mobile, the universally-lauded racing simulation management game for smartphones is currently free on the App Store and Google Play. Even if you don’t want to play it this second, you should go ahead and download it so that it sticks around in your library. The Best Mobile Racing Management Simulator If you’re looking for racing action, Motorsport Manager Mobile is not for you. If you’re looking to be the head of your own racing team, hire/fire/develop…

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How To Play Retro Video Games Online For Free

Play Retro Games Online Free

Nowadays, there are nearly countless ways to play retro video games, with some being free and some costing money, and with some being legal and some being less so. If you want to play Sega classics on your smartphone, you can do that with SEGA Forever. If you’re lucky enough, other, non-SEGA Forever games have been ported to smartphone and can be bought on the cheap. If you want to wait in line (online or in real life) for a miniscule chance to get a flashback console like the SNES…

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Variant: Limits: A Video Game That Teaches Calculus

Variant: Limits

When it comes to educational games, students are generally not as excited about them as their teachers are. There are some great examples out there, but there are so few that any new entry is welcome. Even the ones that are out there are usually geared towards elementary schoolers. This means that gamers over about 10 are out of luck if they want to learn about a subject from a video game. Those days are over, though, because if you want to learn an advanced subject like Pre-Calculus or Calculus,…

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