Fans of the Fallout franchise have another toy to play with today in the form of a companion application from Bethesda. The new app offers up all kinds of fun stuff to fiddle around with, including interacting with Fallout 4 on your console of choice or your PC version of the game.
Day: November 4, 2015
The developers behind the location-based Ingress games as well as the upcoming Pokemon GO title have revealed the details for their global Ingress First Saturday event this Saturday, November 7th, 2015. The event is actually pretty interesting in concept because it does actually happen across 100+ different cities around the world.
Nvidia’s GeForce Now gaming-on-demand platform seems to be continuing the trend they have been doing for quite some time now, with releasing a new game every week on Tuesday. However, it seems as of late, there has been more than one game added each week instead, and this week is no exception to that either.
Soon to be released by Rumpus Animation, The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is the (hopeful) sequel in the Bertram Fiddle franchise, which is a comedic point-and-click adventure game. The developers say it is “inspired by point-and-click games such as Monkey Island and following in the comedy footsteps of Day of the Tentacle”.
For those of you who are in the Minecraft: Pocket Edition beta with us, there is some pretty big news as the newest update version (that being 0.13.0) has hit beta status and is now playable for folks in the beta. The big feature with this beta? Full Redstone has been added to the game.
Tengami is the first game produced by Nyamyam Ltd., an independent game developer located in the UK. The company was created in 2010 by Jennifer Schneidereit and Phil Tossell. When you play Tengami for the first time, it will be a visually fascinating experience, folded into a rich narrative . The vehicle used for telling the story in Tengami, will be an exquisitely designed pop-up book.
Tin Man Games specializes in bringing gamebooks to life on mobile devices. Whether they be titles from the already existing Fighting Fantasy franchise of physical books, or the company’s own Gamebook Adventure series, they have gotten quite popular over the past few years. One of the classic Fighting Fantasy books will soon be a fully playable RPG as well thanks to the successful Kickstarter campaign Tin Man Games has done.
Gamevil held two closed betas and a soft launch for Zenonia S: Rifts in Time since it was announced as coming to Android. Since the soft launch, there hasn’t been much in the way of word regarding the actual global launch. Well today is the day everyone gets to play Zenonia S, which used to be called Zenonia Online.
The other day we reported on the news that MMORPG for PC called Tera Online would be getting a mobile version released here in the West. As it turns out, there is actually a version of that game in Korea already, having been out for almost a year now. That is, of course, if the game in Korea is the same game planned for release here.