Technically it’s illegal to touch a mobile phone while driving in Queensland, but I figure it’s the lesser of evils when the only legitimate alternative is to ram other cars off the road when a shit song can’t be skipped. So I had to add a button to my Galaxy Note 4 somehow.
A quick look at a fun, short Android Zombie killin’ game.
The internet is a funny thing. Where else can you read about people you’ve never met talking about games you’d never play and then participate in the conversation as if somehow it has anything to do with you? Anyway, a few days ago Cliff Bleszinski (aka CliffyB) was epic trolling, and made a few ridiculous […]
There are games that are hard because they demand concentration and timing, and there are games where you’re not asked to do anything particularly complicated but your brain just freaks out and you die ’cause somehow, deep in your grey matter, the bits of your brain that process are shaking so gleefully that the bits […]
Excalibur is a table that is probably a perfect example of Zen’s problem with table design: it’s a colourful contrasty miasma of fancy artwork, and trying to figure out where the hell your ball has gone is an exercise in frustration. The fun comes after long hours learning the playfield and you can intuit its […]
OK, so this review will be very short, ’cause I’ve got half an hour’s play time on this table, and I still have yet to start a lit round. It’s been 100% random ball flipping so far, without any special rounds being activated. What do I have to do, you guys? First impressions are solid. […]
The newest vodafone unit, the Sharp 904-SH, is like a mini deity. Check out this feature list: VGA screen, Bluetooth with a neat new ‘near chat’, letting you talk to people within a ten metre radius, 3.2 megapixel camera (featuring an incredible zoom mechanism, with 5 lenses!), optical zoom, motion sensor gaming, Felica e-payment chip, […]
Forum regular Blaine has posted a review of Verizon’s new cellular title, the amazing Nectaris. If you can’t have Nectaris on the DS you can have it on your cellphone. Read the review!
There’s a lot of fun stuff coming out for Japanese cellular phones. It’s a lot of what you’d expect, but some surprises as well. Here’s the editorial and, as if you even cared about anything else, here’s the gallery.
Taito‘s finally put up some screenshots of their newest DariusDX for Vodafone in Japan. One of their deluxe 256k Applis, costs four hundred Yen to download and looks as good as the PC Engine version, I’d say.