Best Mystery And Puzzle Video Games

September 22, 2011 by  
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You might already know about game makers Popcap and Zynga. That is unless you don’t use Facebook you probably know all about those two game companies. However, you might be surprised to know that there is more to the world of video games than Zuma’s Revenge, Angry Birds, Mafia Wars and the like. Another company to consider in the realm of cheap video game software is Big Fish Games. Big Fish Games has a enormous selection of discount pc games and they release a new game every day!

The absolute best thing about Big Fish Games is that none of their pc games have any advertisements or spyware in them. So, while you try and after you buy you aren’t plagued with annoying ads and spyware that you will never be able to get off of your computer. Also, you can test out any of the games for an hour for free! This way, you can make sure you that you like the game before you spend any money on it.

Maybe you only like a particular type of pc game? Don’t worry, Big Fish has all categories and genres. For example, you can play mystery-themed puzzle games like “Awakening: Moonfell Wood” and “Fear For Sale” or you could just spend hours with the amazing arcade action of “Tasty Planet” and “Tropical Fish Shop”. Heck, there are even dozens and dozens of variations of just Mahjong!

If you especially enjoy puzzle games (some in the style of the old Sierra games) then you are going to be stoked. Puzzle and mystery games are definitely Big Fish’s strongpoint. And, let me tell you, no one else has cheap puzzle game that is anywhere near as fun as “Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles”. We’ve been playing it for days in our house!

Another type of game that lots of people have been introduced to on Facebook are marble popping games. A perfect example of this is Popcap’s Zuma’s Revenge. We all know that these games are amazingly addictive, but sometimes we wish there was a little bit more variation. Guess what pal? You’ll be happy to know that Big Fish has an entire category dedicated only to marble popping games! Some of the shining stars of this category are great games like “Conga Bugs”, “Bubble Town” and “Frogs in Love”. As you might guess by the wacky game names, Big Fish’s games definitely aren’t lacking in the whimsy department.

If this sounds good to you, then head on over and check out all the discount pc games that Big Fish has to offer. I promise you won’t be disappointed!

And the best news is that if you do get addicted to their amazing games (and we are guessing that you will) then you can join the Big Fish Game Club. While a member you get great benefits like access to the Daily Deal game for just $2.99 and 30% or more off all other games. And, these are only two of the great benefits. You also get access to tomorrow’s game a day earlier. Time to start making your friends jealous!

Booster World Of Warcraft Guide

September 14, 2011 by  
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Booster Guide Review

Booster uses smart technology it find hot quests in the game and it is able to generate and step by step leveling guide that is a breeze to follow. This is the only guide that uses this type of technology. The guide is so complete and the ingame guide allows the player to know exactly where to go, how to finish the quest and where to go next making all the painful parts of leveling disappear and improving your leveling speed allot. No more of that!

This guide also has directions and waypoints arrows, showing you the way to our next quest or leveling spot. The World of Warcraft Leveling Guide has created a system where all the steps are organized in circuits, which will save you a great deal of time. These great leveling paths will allow you to complete groups of quest in which you normally would have to go back and forth from. This save you allot of time and you will find that it’s allot more enjoyable. Making sure that you follow these paths can be hard at some times but you need to, to make sure you get the leveling bonus when leveling.

Players that have used the Boosters world of warcraft leveling guide experience level at 12 times the normal speed, which is CRAZY! but this isn’t all, those players that used the wow leveling guide still saw a 3 to 4 times leveling speed increase. And 4 to 6 times the normal leveling time of using quest helper. So after reading that I hope that you can see the power of this guide. This is an excellent tool for those serious about solving this game!

This leveling guide will take you from area to area with the faster leveling paths in the game, and this sort of leveling hasn’t been seen to this day in world of warcraft. The Boost technology really makes a difference. So don’t worry about the junk quest that give nothing and take ages to complete, boosters will only give the best of the best.

You also have to rely on only one leveling team, so the information for completing each step is consistent. The guide will also allow you to quickly complete the steps in each quest. So never worry about not having enough information on quest and items, the boosters guide has all this.

They also have talent point calculation and allows you to automatically talent up. You can set this to be done for you as you level up, again cutting your leveling time and helping you understand leveling and why talents are choicen. Once you see how good the information boosters provide to forums and the people that provide you with misleading information.

One of the best features is just the fact that this guide has been tested and tested over and over and you will never get a error or suprise when something doesn’t work. After testing all the possible scenarios we include the best ones to get you moving through the levels and winning. Learn about other wow leveling guides and wow gold guides that have been reviewed at our website.

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Power Ups – The Video Game’s Own Reward System

January 6, 2010 by  
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When you have a command and mastery of a video game, it is possible to play from the beginning to the end of the game without your character “dying”. Of course, there is a learning curve involved with playing video games and, while you are trying to get to grips with a game there is every chance that you will “die” with frustrating regularity. This is why many of the traditional video games give a character three lives to start with, and offer more as the game goes on (if you play particularly well, it may be a lot more). They are a lot like an incentive system for video games.

The “power up” is something which does not feature in some of the more modern day games, in which a character doesn’t so much “die” as have their efforts brought to a halt at a certain point and have to restart from the last obstacle they cleared. This allows players with perseverance but no great amount of skill to advance further in the game than ordinarily they might. However, in the older games, “power ups” include: an extra life; greater speed or strength; invincibility; invisibility (to the other characters in the game); and more of the game’s “currency” – in some games you pick up coins and in others it may be something else.

While completing a video game is quite enough of a target in itself, the inclusion of these power-ups helps to buttress a player’s resolve to get as far into the game as possible – a series of mini-tests before the big one at the end.


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Gaming On Your Cell Phone – A New Generation

January 6, 2010 by  
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Early cell phones or mobile phones came with pre-loaded games, of which the most familiar is probably “Snake”. The game, which simply featured a “snake” which you had to direct around a maze (effectively, a box in the middle of the screen which either had walls or didn’t, depending on your choice), was practically inexplicable to those who had never played it, and also maddeningly addictive. Since the advent of more developed cell phones, there have been ever more developed games to go with them.

While on those earlier cell phones you essentially had the game that was pre-loaded and either liked or lumped it, WAP phones have made it possible to download the games from the Internet, and install them on your phone for unlimited play. The more advanced the phone, the more advanced the game, although for the truly massive video games that have releases not unlike those of a Hollywood movie, mobile play will probably still be a pipe dream for a while yet.

The kind of game that really thrives on mobile play is a fairly simple one which involves basic movements in any one of four directions (up, down, left and right) – anything larger will usually require a more dedicated control system and will be much better played on a console with its own controller. However, there are certain games which really thrive when played on a phone – Quiz games are particularly good, especially as it is possible to download updates with new questions when you’ve exhausted the old ones.


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Take It To The Next Level

January 6, 2010 by  
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It is often said that video games are more similar to films than to the games of the past. While this is as much a reference to the increasingly realistic graphics and the more interactive relationship between your character and others than anything else, there is perhaps another reason behind it.

In the past, video games “happened” a certain way. You would play in one setting, kill a certain kind of enemy and work through to the end of that setting where you would have to kill a really big enemy, who might need to be hit fifty times or more before he’d go away. Then you would move to the next level, and repeat the process. This “multi-level” system would be very explicit in the game, with opening screens telling you which level you were on.

Now, there is a certain style of game which attracts the description “non-linear”. There are multiple settings, and you move between them as you see fit. To advance the storyline you have to complete certain tasks, but not necessarily in the same order every time. How you complete those tasks can dictate the future path of the game. Games now are very like films, and while we may not script them we certainly play a part in directing them.

Of course, you will still find multi-level games, which will never die out as long as one set of gamers exists that remembers the joys of PacMan and Donkey Kong. The difference is that the new titles are far more likely to be in the newer style.


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