Yesterday I read the news that animation pioneer Ray Harryhausen left this mortal coil for the studio in the sky. Many sites and social media users suddenly poured out their mournful feelings while more bemused younger people wondered who the ‘old guy was what ppl r talkin bout.’ It’s expected. There is always a slight … Continue reading
There are loads of great examples of how to build a successful freemium model out there. Zombie Cafe gives you a fun game which is more fun if you pay for it. Nimble Quest and Clash of Clans give you a time consuming game where you can pay to cut corners. Candy Crush asks that … Continue reading
Have you ever seen the bit in Saw 2 where the guy has to retrieve a key from the bottom of a pit of AIDS needles? Slice is like a cross between that and Twister for your fingers. The premise is simple. On each level, at the bottom of a pile of knives, scalpel blades … Continue reading
Hello Readers, There was a lot going on in this week’s WeAreTheLolocaust Show S04E02. So we’ve linked it all here in a handy “companion”. Call it the director’s cut. There were a couple of “original” songs from Sex and snippets of professional work from Eirik Suhrke, Composer for RFishing and Miami Hotline amongst other.
Some games at just impossible to fault. Games into which so much love and imagination has gone, that no matter what peaks and dips the roller coast goes through, the whole product just oozes a sense of childlike glee that keeps you 100% glued. Games where every small detail just screams at you that the … Continue reading
The Tweets of the Dead is the second game I’ve played on iOS which monitors Twitter for content based on simple strings and generating in-game content accordingly. The first was last year’s HD Remix of Squenix’s mad theosophical reality show game, The World Ends With You. In that case, the game scanned Twitter for topics … Continue reading