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Kaiju Panic Review

For over 60 years, Kaiju have been a prominent part of the world’s entertainment culture. Godzilla popularised the idea way back in 1954 where the term literally meaning “strange beast” first shot into the global conscience. 1,015 more words


Kaiju Panic Preview

When it comes to the end of life as we know it, you expect to see fire and brimstone raining down from a boiling sky. Monsters rising from swirling seas to walk upon the skulls of those who have fallen are usually against a backdrop of mass destruction befitting any Roland Emmerich disaster flick. 800 more words


Toy Soldiers War Chest Review

After a week’s delay Toy Soldiers War Chest finally made its way to the PlayStation EU store, priced at £11.99 with the extra DLC featuring 4 armies at another £11.99 I thought what the hell and bought both, so was it money well spent? 1,124 more words


Gamescroller #indiedev feature: Clandestine: Anomaly by ZenFri Inc.

Hello fellow gamers and welcome to an IndieDev feature! In todays’ feature kitchen we will be looking at what happens when you take a slice of augmented reality, a spoonful of tower defence and add it all in with a dash of augmented reality! 618 more words


Castle Doombad: review

Game name: Castle Doombad

Developer: Adult Swim Games

Price: £1.78 from Google Play

Size: 95 MB

Verdict: Imaginative and addictive, but little in the way of depth and won’t hold your attention for too long. 485 more words


Defend The Highlands

Defend the Highlands combines the genres of Tower Defence, Real Time Strategy, and Scotland. The player will have to build defences, recruit Scotsmen 22 more words


Nom Nom Galaxy

Welcome to the hub post for this game. If you can’t see the post formatting guide or the “Comments” section please click the game name above or “Continue reading” below to see the full hub page. 155 more words