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Posted by on Dec 2, 2019 in Computer Applications, Games, Technology |

The best indie games (part 1)

The best indie games (part 1)

Cuphead

StudioMDHR’s Cuphead is one of the most visually enticing games styled after 1930s cartoons, which looks like a dream in motion. Cuphead and his brother Mugman signed a dubious agreement with the Devil and ended up having to battle their way through Inkwell Isle for winning back their souls. Cuphead is not for the faint of heart as each of the game’s bosses is a challenge for players’ platforming and shooting skills. Besides the boss rush gauntlet, Cuphead also has run and gun stages, of which the difficulty level increase after each stage. Cuphead‘s win the hearts of players by its content although its visual and audio design need a big improvement. The bosses feature in the game ,mall are rendered in stunning detail of the animations pop and the jazzy sound crackles, fizzes, and pops giving players the feeling of playing an incredibly well-made old cartoon.

Night in the Woods

Returning to hometown doesn’t always as fun as one might expect, especially in the game “Night in the Woods”, anthropomorphic cat Mae drops out of college and heads back to his hometown Possum Springs where Mae gradually found that the town is full of mysteries with its people — a collection of eclectic, talking animals — holds a dark past. The game can aptly be compared to visual novels and exploration games with an emphasis on the content. Indie studio Finji’s first game has developed one of the most profound and relatable video game narratives heavily indebted to dark humor. Players of Night in the Woods must make choices throughout the game which will affect the way Mae views the happenings in Possum Springs. Players will experience a range of emotions from sad and laugh all in the space of one scene. Night in the Woods has version on both PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and mobile.

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Posted by on Nov 25, 2019 in Games, Mobile games, Technology |

Best Farming Games To Play (part 2)

Best Farming Games To Play (part 2)

Voodoo Garden

Voodoo Garden is a really unique, casual, clicker-style farming game with the fun setting and concept, released in 2016. In the game, you don’t simply live on a farm but on a farm in a swamp with all kinds of unique helpers and power ups. Once the swamp’s plants grow, spirits come to support you and you can purchase all kinds of new totems, plants, and animals to upgrade your farm and craft potions.

Farming Simulator

Farming Simulator is a series of farming games which is released almost yearly since 2008 on both PC and console as well as mobile versions of the games. In the game, player runs a farm as they grow crops and animals and then sell the items that they’ve harvested from their farms. For people that want a serious farming experience, this series is perfect.

Idle Farming Empire

Idle Farming Empire is an idle game, a genre which encourages long periods of inactivity, in which, you can manage the farm at the same time attend to other businesses. In the game, players can grow produce and earn money as working or sleeping. It can also be played without an Internet connection.

Farmville 2

If you were a fan of the Facebook version – Farmville, you’ll be pleased to know that Farmville 2 made its debut in the mobile world. Farmville 2 still maintains its social background by allowing players to play by themselves or with friends. Players can trade among the people you know to optimize your farm with thousands of farm and garden.

Farm Together

Farm together is another agricultural game allow multiplayer to play with options for customizing clothing, pet companion, house, and tractor to differentiate oneself from other players on the farm. One of the standout features is that it’s a idle game which allow time progresses on the farm even while you aren’t playing. You can visit your friends or strangers’ farms while they visit yours depending on permission settings.

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Posted by on Nov 12, 2019 in Games, Technology |

5 best cooking games (part 2)

5 best cooking games (part 2)

Good Pizza, Great Pizza

Who wouldn’t love Pizza, let alone is create and manage the very own virtual pizzas. Players are fueled the inner chef through running their own Pizza shop and overcoming very unique challenges. The game gives very real pizza kitchen experience as the developer who made this game personally spent four years in a pizza kitchen. There are around 80 characters playing as customers whom players must serve. The game requires getting as many people coming in as possible.

To run the pizza place, there are equipment upgrades available to help level up skills, all famous pizza toppings are also covered. Although the graphics is not so great, the game has been installed over 10 million times, making it a fairly popular on the Play Store.

COOKING MAMA Let’s Cook!

This game is great for kids as they will learn a variety of recipes from around the world. Players can go catch fish, harvest vegetables or buy from the market, they even run the restaurant with Cooking Mama. The immersive experience come from several mini games which is great for both kids and adults. 

The game is free to download so are you ready to make stew, bake cakes, and a whole lot more with this game.

Cooking Adventure

This is the most comprehensive cooking game ever that allow players to choose and build numerous type of restaurant depending on their preferences from Grill, Sushi, Coffee, Pasta, Donuts, Chinese, Taco, Ramen, Korean, Ice Cream, Burger, Spanish, and SEAFOOD, etc. Players also allow to control the aspects of the kitchen with frequent upgrades to appliances and surroundings throughout 550+ levels in the game. The game is so addictive with many aspects of restaurant management to take care of, which adds to the overall experience. While the game is free to download, it requires an internet connection to play.

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Posted by on Oct 29, 2019 in Games, Mobile games |

5 best cooking games

5 best cooking games

Cooking is one of the finest arts no matter it is supposed to cater to a person’s individual taste or a group of culinary experts. You probably love cooking for your love ones but what if you want to experience the feel of cooking at a professional level. Well, you could just try cooking games which are designed to give the customers exactly what they want. The joy of killing some time, and precious knowledge on the art of cooking.

In this article, we will introduce a list of best cooking games. 

World Chef

World Chef is one of the most popular cooking games which allow you to try cooking recipes from about 20 nationalities all over the world. You must give the best shot in running your own restaurant including managing servers, chefs, and welcoming VIP guests to your restaurant. Players must attempt to stay profit in a competitive environment by making attractive decorations, speeding up the service offer and ensuring VIP customers keep coming. If you got all these points covered, you will definitely win big in World Chef.

Restaurant Dash: Gordon Ramsay

You probably know about the eccentric and easily irritable chef Gordon Ramsay and his series of TV reality shows – Master Chef. But, do you know that he had his own game.

Actually, he does. The game names Restaurant Dash which is made by Glu, a popular developer in the mobile gaming segment. Restaurant Dash revolves around a busy restaurant, in which you will build restaurants, and eventually expand your empire all over the world. You must win dedicated boss battles within the game featuring Gordon Ramsay, which is designed to test your in-game skill. One of the interesting points of the game is the customization of the character and avatar. There used to be several “Dash” based games, but this personalized avatar is a first for this particular game by the developers. 

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Posted by on Oct 23, 2019 in Games, Technology |

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is out in October 2019

Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is out in October 2019

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is launched partially in Oct 2019. It is the latest chapter in the game series featuring the eternal conflict between the relentless zombies and the relentlessly upbeat armies of plants. After the initial rollout, new modes and features would be added over a six-week time to reach the full release by the end of Oct. 

The full release of PvZ contains six online multiplayer modes, including 20 customizable character classes such as the Snapdragon spits fire to defeat zombies while on the other team the Action Hero brings few words and thoughts but more of the action.

New plant characters are developed including mysterious Night Cap, fiery Snapdragon, and team players Oak and Acorn, in addition to the original favorites, like Peashooter, Sunflower, etc. On the zombie side, players must deal with classic fun-dead characters and new brain biters such as Electric Slide, or team player Space Cadet. With this wildest customizations, players can add upgrades, and put stamp on success with custom Victory Slabs for every vanquish. 

The new version features three separate free-roam areas namely Neighborville Town Center, Mount Steep, and Weirding Woods as well as a new social area called Giddy Park. Each of them has ridiculous quests, vibrant cosmetics and a familiar cast of characters. The social area has a target range, amusement park rides, and light multiplayer battles. Last but not least, there will be transformative monthly events with unique challenges and unlockable cosmetics, beginning with the Lawn of Doom Festival.

The defending team of plants looks all cute, especially the previous shooter in the series, Garden Warfare which is undeniably more mainstream than tower defense.

You know you love it, admit it. Don’t wait any longer. Just go and get one of your own and enjoy the battles. You would help free the land from those zombies

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