Gaming

The Most popular games – RunEscape

Multiplayer game

Runescape is a fantasy MMORPG(Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) developed and published by Jagex and released in January 2001.Its designers are Andrew Gower and Paul Gower. Ian Taylor and James Hannigan are composers of this game. It is supported by platforms like Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. RuneScape is probably one of the first major mmorpgs during back ...

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What is Social Casino Gaming?

Live casino

Fast track a few years back, no one really knew anything about online gaming (Well maybe online poker). However, after the emergence of new slot sites, the term ‘social gaming’ really came to the fore. To many, their idea of social gaming meant playing Farmville, the most popular and perhaps top grossing social game on the social scene. However, that’s ...

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The Future of Online Gambling?

gambling tips

It’s hard to believe that online gambling has only really been ‘a thing’ since the late 90s, when people first started to get the Internet in their homes. Since then, it’s been a case of full steam ahead. There seems to be more and more choice of where to play popping up all the time. Plus, technology has rapidly developed ...

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Getaway Shootout Review – Betrayal Never Felt So Good

Getaway Shootout

Let’s be honest here: we’ve all planned the perfect heist, right? We’ve all, in our mind, handpicked the perfect criminals to accompany us on a daring raid of some bank or government building or other, detailing exactly who performs what role and where everyone should be at any given time. There’s no need to feel guilty; it’s cathartic, and besides, ...

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Bullet Force Multiplayer Review – Golden Gun

Multiplayer game

We have a lot of respect for the indie game development process. Setting out to create a game by oneself, or with the help of a small yet dedicated team, can’t be easy, especially as the standards set by indie games continue to skyrocket. Many indie productions are respectable offerings which understand their limitations and work within them, creating (for ...

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Rio Rex Review – Delightful Dinosaur Destruction

Rio Rex

Have you ever wanted to be a dinosaur? If you answered anything other than “of course” to that question, then you are lying and we can prove it. Dinosaurs are, for want of a better word, rad. Huge lizards that roamed untamed savannahs, locked in epic combat for dominance with one another as winged pterodactyls soared overhead…it’s a romantic image, ...

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Deer Simulator Review – Deer To My Heart

Deer Simulator

We live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. Technology has become so intrinsic to our everyday lives that losing Wifi for a few minutes feels like the first sign of an impending apocalypse. Smartphones have made everything available whenever and wherever we want it. Put simply, it’s hard not to feel a little overwhelmed at times. It’s completely natural to feel ...

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How I Mastered the Physics of Red Ball (Or Tried To)

Red ball

Admittedly, I thought Red Ball would be a two-second play. One of those games that I would get tired of because the graphics reminded me of a simple start-up; something that somebody created and published as their first-ever, kinda-okay game. Instead, this game engulfed me, and I was set on mastering the physics of Red Ball. And just when I ...

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Now You Can Play Doom on Your Web Browser

Play Doom

What is the greatest first-person shooter video game ever? If you are a millennial, you might say “Call of Duty.” But if you have been an avid gamer since the nineties, there’s only one game that would ever be deserving of that title—Doom. Play the First Doom Game for Free on a Web Browser Back in the day when dial-up ...

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Geometry Dash Meltdown Review or Who Will Cry First

Geometry Dash

We’ve all heard of geometry dash – the series of video games developed by Robert Topala and published by RobTop Games. We happened to meet one of his games recently: Geometry Dash Meltdown. We are not sure yet what caught our attention more: the awesome tracking process, or the frustration and anger that we felt with every level we could ...

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