Review: Tank Battle: East Front 1941
Review: Card City Nights
Review: The Inner World
Heartstone: Heroes of Warcraft – An in-depth (p)review of the open beta
Posted on March 8th, 2014 by sangwizz
Hunted Cow Studios recently released another title in their line of Tank Battle games. “Tank Battle: East Front 1941″ is already the 6th Tank Battle game and promises to build and improve upon its predecessors. Available only on iOS, it was released on the AppStore at the end of February at the bargain price of $1,99.
As usual, the game design was done by HexWar, but for this title Hunted Cow also partnered up with Lordz Games Studio, who are renowned for their work on the Panzer Corps Series.
Posted on March 7th, 2014 by sangwizz
A few days ago, it dawned on me that it would be handy to know when an update was released for a specific app, without having it installed on my iPhone or iPads. Sure, you can check the AppStore every few weeks, but as a system administrator I’d rather be lazy and clever, thus I try to avoid any form of manual labor.
At first glance, this might look like a strange idea to you, but I can think of several reasons why people would find this useful:
- - you are waiting for some missing features before buying an app
- - a game contains a bug you want to see fixed before playing the game again
- - you wrote a nasty review about something and want to see if the developers took your advice
- - …
Posted on March 5th, 2014 by sangwizz
The Slender Man, aka Slenderman is an entirely fictional character said to abduct and terrorise people, particularly children. “Born” on a thread-post by “Victor Surge” on the something awful forums in 2009, he came to be a famous internet meme.
He has been featured in a multitude of games and stories (mostly online content). Since last february, Bigzur ‘s title “Slender Man Origins” can be added to this already impressive list.
“Slender Man Origins” is available on iOS, Google Play and Amazon. A windows phone version is still in the making. The game sells for about $3. A free version is also available, in which you can play through one chapter of the game.
Posted on March 2nd, 2014 by sangwizz
By releasing “Card City Nights” last month, Ludosity added another great title to their product line. “Card City Nights” is a blithesome Collectible Card Game, set in the Ludosity Universe. Being first available on Steam and Google Play, the iOs version hit the iTunes Appstore on February 27th.
Posted on March 1st, 2014 by sangwizz
Get it while it’s hot! >> appstore < <
This game is a reproduction of one of the greatest titles ever!
Posted on February 23rd, 2014 by sangwizz
Headup Games has just released update 1.3 of their game “The Inner World” (February 21st 2014). After being released in october, the iOS version of this game became quickly (in)famous because of its many bugs hindering the gameplay. This version promised to address most of these issues.
TIW is a classic 2D adventure point-and-click game, which is ideally suited for tablet gaming. Currently it is for sale on the Apple AppStore for 80% off.
Posted on February 21st, 2014 by sangwizz
Much has been written already about whether or not temporarily lowering prices of apps on the Appstore, increase general profit. Studies show that a well timed price drop will greatly increase your downloads. Cumulative downloads for iPhone apps grow on average by more than 1500%. Intriguingly, cumulative downloads for iPad apps will only grow by little more than 800%. ( These and more numbers can be found at www.distomo.com )
Posted on February 20th, 2014 by sangwizz
Poor performance on my server in miami was the last straw. I decided to leave burstnet. They may very well be one of the cheapest providers out there, but i have had many issues with them.
Posted on February 10th, 2014 by sangwizz
A few days ago, i was courteously invited by Blizzard to participate in the open beta of their new game “Heartstone: Heroes of Warcraft”. Since Blizzard is one of my all time favourite game publishers, i greedily accepted. Browsing to the site, i quickly noticed it was an open beta, meaning literally everyone is allowed to participate. I immediately felt like i was thunderstomped upon by 10 tauren warriors, because i initially thought they invited me because i was a long time customer and Blizzard enthusiast. Bummer. Luckily, the silver lining here is, that there will always be enough people willing to play multiplayer.
Posted on February 8th, 2014 by sangwizz
First things’s first: why should you bother using a wet palette? The reason for this is very basic: it keeps your paint wet. When you take paint from your pot, tube or bottle, it will starts to loose its moisture. This means you should use it as soon as possible, unless you find a way to keep your paint wet.