Over the weekend, temperatures in northern China reached upwards of 100 degrees Fahrenheit! That's about 40 degrees Celsius. To avoid the heat, many chose to visit public watering holes such as public pools. It appears way too many people had the same idea.
Water levels can be pain in the ass, especially when unnecessarily complex gameplay mechanics meet blurry, monotonous graphics. But that's not always the case. Truth is, there are water levels (or places where water plays a key role) that look really refreshing, relaxing, and that might even possess a special, eerie…
Launched this week by Desert River Games, Safari Challenge is an example of the sort of Facebook games I admire the most, one that harnesses the actions of gamers sitting at computers in their comfortable homes to create a living charity engine. I feel much better building a virtual village when I know my lazy…
Just a tip from one water-jumper to another, bro. I know it's cold out. Dip your toe. Just saying.
Which video game console had the most resilient cartridges, the Super Nintendo or the Sega Genesis? Blistered Thumbs' Rinry lets her sadistic side shine as she boils, burns, freezes, and drops a pair of games to determine the toughest.
Prahlad Jani claims he has lived without food or drink for the past 70 years, yet I can't spend two hours playing World of Warcraft without having to pee. What could I possibly learn from this Indian holy man?
You'll soon be able to fully realize your LittleBigPlanet BioShock level, as Media Molecule announces the addition of water to the game in a future update.
Swimming is something you and I can probably do — and will do more this summer. But swimming has long been an ability less common to video game characters than running, jumping or shooting shotguns. I asked top developers why.