More fun with marble poppers in a colorful, fun game filled with lively Asian dragons! Dynasty is a little different from most marble poppers in that not only does your launcher, a beautiful celestial dragon, move about the board, but she does not just shoot marbles. She switches them for marbles of other colors. Hatch the dragon eggs in the line, and get help from lots of baby dragons that have their own powerful magic. The soundtrack was written in a true Chinese fashion, and and those little dragons will keep you moving up in the levels. Dynasty is a truly addictive game for those whom love puzzles, poppers, and Chinese culture.
Luxor: 5th Passage is another in the series of the fast-paced marble popper game with a great Egyptian theme that just keeps getting better and better. There are even more kinds of bonus marbles to help you along the way on your journey along the Nile this time. The bonus levels have a “Galaga” theme to them, and there are more intense graphics than before. I have enjoyed the Luxor games for years, and Luxor: 5th Passage is a great addition to the series. I encourage everyone who loves marble poppers to try them all. Use the power ups like Stop, Scorpion, and Colour Bomb to help you blast through all the marbles for hours on end in this addictive game, and then try its prequels. Mumbo Jumbo came out with the first Luxor years ago, and they are all casual game classics. Just when you think Luxor can’t get any better, they give us something even more fun and surprising. I was a little disappointed when my trial time came to an end, because I wanted to continue, but I’ll definitely give this game a purchase. Read more...(212 words, 31 images, estimated 51 secs reading time)
Guild Wars Nightfall is the 3rd addition to the Guild Wars family. This edition takes place in a dryer climate then the previous editions, it takes place in a setting that is more like the sands of Africa and Persia. It is a real change from what you have seen before and as the other 2 are stand alone or can be played together if you have them all. All 3 have quests to get you back and forth between them so that you can enjoy the content from them all.
Guild Wars Nightfall takes place at the same time as Factions and the stories are interconnected. Abaddon, the God Of Secrets wants out and he is coming trough in the lands of Elona which are comprised of Istan, Kourna and Vabbi. Abaddon has the unknowing help from the leader of Istan, the knowing help of the leader of Kourna and the willing help of his followers the Margonites. It is the players job to make sure that Abbadon and his followers fail. Read more...(472 words, 31 images, estimated 1:53 mins reading time)
There is a rather disturbing trend going on with online games and even normal software games. That trend is the word BETA. It used to be that a beta test was done to make sure that the bugs had been worked out of the software before it was released to the public. That just isn’t the case anymore with the majority of the MMOs and PC games being made now days. Now the beta test is a free market preview and just maybe some bugs will be found and turned in for the developers to fix. I want to do beta TESTING not have a free preview. If I want a free preview that is want a DEMO is. These companies have to get it together and start calling things what they really are. Read more...(934 words, 1 image, estimated 3:44 mins reading time)
Shaolin Mystery: Tale of the Jade Dragon Staff is a hidden object and logic puzzles game with a colorful Asian twist and a refeshing change to may of the dark hidden object games that fill up the listings on the Casual Games sites. Yu has learned that her childhood friend, Zihao has been kidnapped by the Emperor’s forces, but it turns out that Zihao is the true emperor, and his evil uncle is an usurper and is wanting to be rid of Zihao to claim the throne. Even though Yu has half of the Imperial Seal to prove Zihao’s claim, she must go in search of the Jade Dragon Staff, because the seal itself is not enough. Read more...(242 words, 31 images, estimated 58 secs reading time)