Quill finds an orb on Morag that contains an infinity stone explaining why the Kree Ronan—or more particularly the titan Thanos—desires it. Little do they know but Quill has banded with Rocket Raccoon, Groot, Drax, and Gamora to bring it to the Nova Corps on Xandu before they can be intercepted by Kree or Yondu and the Ravagers!
A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia was released for the original Nintendo Entertainment System in 1989, developed by David Crane of Pitfall fame. Despite some rough edges, the game’s massive interconnected worlds and puzzles–solved by the titular boy feeding the titular blob jellybeans to shapeshift it into useful things like ladders and umbrellas–were a hit with audiences, and the game is fondly remembered today. 766 more words
A puzzler for the iOS from developer Iceflame, Aiko Island was an entry into the post-Angry Birds genre of physics puzzles. It brought a few innovations to the table, like a colorblind mode and the deep integration of cookies at every level of gameplay, and was well-reviewed by those able to locate it amid the explosion of similar iOS games in the early 2010s. 441 more words