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3D Stunt Pilot

3D Stunt Pilot

Play 3D Stunt Pilot for free! - Those magnificent men in their flying machines are racing against the clock in 3D Stunt Pilot. Navigate the courses in the quickest time possible and emerge victorious.

Acclaimed Steam Game Blockhood Exits Early Access, Price Increases Soon

Acclaimed Steam Game Blockhood Exits Early Access, Price Increases Soon

The acclaimed city-building simulation Block'hood has finally been released after a year spent in early access. The full version is out now on PC, although it's received a slight price increase.


The serene and beautiful city-builder has received a fairly substantial update alongside its official launch, as well. Its art style has received a moderate overhaul, and the developer has added a story mode. You can check out the game's gorgeous pixel-art neighborhoods in its launch trailer above.


In Block'hood, you build neighborhoods out of specialized building blocks, and you must strategically distribute these blocks to make sure that your neighborhood has enough resources to survive. In addition, the game encourages you to be aware of the ecosystems in which you construct your towers, as you must balance resources to prevent the decay of your blocks as well as the environment.


According to a press release, the game will cost $15 (£11 in the UK) on Steam, up from $10 in early access. However, the bump hasn't gone into effect yet, and the game is on sale for $7.49 right now. Block'hood won a Games For Change award in 2016 for Best Gameplay, due in large part to its focus on ecological sustainability and awareness.

Army Swat

Army Swat


Shoot the terrorist as a SWAT member. Don

The Facehugger Is Back In Scary New Alien: Covenant Clip

The Facehugger Is Back In Scary New Alien: Covenant Clip

Alien: Covenant is now playing in international theaters and hits US screens in a week's time. A scary new clip has been released, and it shows an encounter with one of the franchise's most iconic creatures--the facehugger. Check it out below:



This latest video follows two intense clips that were released last week--you can watch them both here.


Alien: Covenant stars Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Danny McBride, and Demian Bichir. You can read GameSpot’s review here--reviewer Eddie Makuch said it is "a fun movie that has a number of standout scenes. It is a notable improvement over Prometheus, but it runs the risk of feeling too familiar and formulaic overall."


Earlier this week, director Ridley Scott revealed that a sequel to Covenant will start shooting next year. "We're writing [a sequel] now, as we speak," he said. "I'll be filming that within 14 months."


Scott has previously spoken about his desire to keep making Alien movies. In March, he said, "If you really want a franchise, I can keep cranking it for another six. I'm not going to close it down again. No way."

Rocketeer

Rocketeer

Play Rocketeer for free! - One penguin was curious, "what's that snowball in the sky?" Help him on his way to discovering the Moon. Jump on clouds, collect coins and diamonds. Upgrade your equipment and improve your skills to conquer the moon.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Four: Thicker Than Water Review

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Four: Thicker Than Water Review

The New Frontier season of Telltale's The Walking Dead is wrapping up the way that it began, with more Garcia family strife than zombie action in the penultimate episode. Thicker Than Water plays up the soap-opera dynamics that have long been as big a part of the franchise as the brain-munching gore, making for a more satisfying episode than its snoozy predecessor. Fireworks explode in the relationship between leading man Javier Garcia and his brother David, who finally figures out that his estranged wife Kate might just have feelings for her brother-in-law. Tensions bring Richmond to the edge of a full-blown revolt. And a cliffhanger conclusion sets everything up for an intense finale when the last episode of the season arrives later this spring.


Still, A New Frontier continues to play out in a more formulaic fashion than other seasons of Telltale's take on The Walking Dead. Thicker Than Water follows the same path of the preceding episodes, opening up with a blast from the past featuring yet another vignette starring the dysfunctional Garcia family. This time, the introductory flashback relives an afternoon with Javy and David at an amusement park's batting cages. It's hard to say what this scene is even supposed to accomplish: While past flashbacks took us to key moments like the Garcias experiencing the onset of the zombie apocalypse, this one tells us yet again that Javy and David hate each other and that David isn't getting along with his wife. We get some new information here about David planning to re-enlist with the army and leave Kate and the kids, but other than that, this kind of second-verse, same-as-the-first moment seems unnecessary.


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Four: Thicker Than Water Review


The overall plot is also fairly predictable, but at least A New Frontier's narrative is finally chugging forward again after Episode Three put on the brakes. Here, secrets burst out of the closet at a steady pace, unraveling the uneasy alliances that have been central to the season. The episode features some real "duh” moments, but the dialogue and voice acting are handled so well that you can't help but go along for the ride. And as usual with Telltale games, the episode includes some key moments where your choices can make the story go in various directions and leave different corpses on the floor. But here, it seems only right that Javy winds up with Kate, which makes the story feel a touch predetermined.


Action is also once again in short supply. Although Thicker Than Water offers some intriguing conversational choices, their impact is somewhat muted through most of the game--reactions are mostly limited to "so-and-so will remember that” alerts. Selections only become truly meaningful toward the conclusion, when you're presented with life-or-death scenarios that up the stakes. One moment, you're talking to Clementine about the challenges of puberty. The next, you're deciding who lives and who dies during a makeshift execution. It all sounds somewhat ludicrous spelled out like that, but these varying situations seem like a realistic look at how much everything would change--from mundane moments with maxi pads to insane situations where you're asked to decide who gets shot in the head--after the collapse of civilization.


Yet even without much action, you're on the edge of your seat through the entire second half of the episode. Things go from bad to worse in Richmond really fast. Establishing a mood of utter dread--even when things seem to be going well--is one of the things that Telltale always does extremely well, and this dramatic touch is on display through the final showdown with Joan's Richmond junta. A feeling of despair is also present courtesy of an incredibly bleak scene with Dr. Lingard that contrasts perfectly with Clementine's desire to keep fighting for life in this apocalyptic wasteland.


The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Episode Four: Thicker Than Water Review


Some interaction opportunities aren't fully taken advantage of, though. When Javy and David are taking their cuts at the batting cages, there's no way to actually hit a ball. All you can do is select whether to swing and miss to make David feel better or crush the ball and mock him for not being much of an athlete. And later on, when Javy has to hotwire a truck, all you do is push buttons to strip and connect the wires. Stripped of any real challenge, this is a forgettable "click-click-vroom” sequence with no dramatic tension.


Walkers barely make an appearance here. They're an ominous presence throughout the episode, as a horde has surrounded Richmond and made it impossible for anyone to leave the walled settlement. But aside from a brief combat sequence and zombie hands reaching eerily through a broken wooden fence, the undead are mostly missing in action.


Thicker Than Water continues to move things toward what will inevitably be a bloody conclusion in the next episode. This New Frontier season has been a little on the formulaic, predictable side and somewhat lacking when it comes to interactivity and zombie-biting action. In some ways, the episodic structure of this season has proven to be something of a drawback, as the slower sections would likely not have seemed so pronounced as part of a single eight- or nine-hour game. But the superb quality of the scripting and acting continues to deliver the dread and despair that have become Walking Dead staples, making it hard to wait and see what happens to Javy and friends in the next episode.

Zombies vs Penguins 3

Zombies vs Penguins 3

Play Zombies vs Penguins 3 for free! - Zombies vs Penguins 3 is a shooting game. In this game, there are zombies and penguins doing fight to make a proof who are the stronger but Penguins have firearm to do war where zombies don't have. You're the penguin and you have to kill these zombies without leaving one of them living in our world. They might be danger as they can infect most of us and turn us into part of them.

Hula Hoop Girl

Hula Hoop Girl

Play Hula Hoop Girl for free! - The Hula Hoop is the best way to exercise for Cindy. Today the sun is shining and it’s a good day good day for Cindy to come out and exercise. Let's dress her up to hula hoop.

Flan Game

Flan Game

Give this particular traditional Mexican dessert an attempt! It's as being a Mexican creme brulee constructed with essentially the very formulation and a in the same way custard taste. Have a delicious caramelized sugar topping and mixed egg yolk, so make

Tumbleseed Review

Tumbleseed Review

When you first jump into Tumbleseed's procedurally generated world, even the simplest movements are a struggle. Mastery over its physics comes relatively quickly, but that's only one of many learning curves you have to overcome to make it up the roguelike's mountain. It's a punishingly hard climb. When the game's difficulty, your skill, and a little bit of luck line up, it's incredibly rewarding--but they frequently fall out of balance, resulting only in frustration.


Tumbleseed's unique take on 2D platforming puts you, a small seed, on a movable balance beam as you ascend an obstacle-filled hellscape, moving each side with the analog sticks to climb bit by bit. As you move the beam from side to side, the seed rolls back and forth, so learning to control its momentum is key. The goal is to reach the top, avoiding deadly pitfalls and an army of bug monsters while collecting currency-like crystals so you can use various seed powers. Learning how to use momentum to your advantage without falling into a hole is the easy part--doing all of that while managing your powers and killing or avoiding enemies is where things get tricky.



In addition to holes, traps, and monsters, the mountain is also peppered with plots of soil where you can use crystals to plant your various powers. You can switch between your powers at any time, and they transform you: Plant a crystal as Thornvine and you gain a sharp new thorn to pierce enemies with, while Heartseed grants you a quarter of a heart. In addition to the default powers, you can pick up a few of the 30 or so total on your way up the mountain, ranging from a seed that shoots projectiles to one that grants invisibility. You have to make split-second decisions about what you need in any given moment, whether it's attack power, defense, or more crystals, and a miscalculation can prove deadly.


Just like the levels, your strategy has to be ever-changing. The available powers are entirely up to chance; you get to choose between two random powers once every level, and some runs have more useful options than others. Learning to perfect the first level isn't an exercise in memorizing enemies or laying out a specific plan of action; instead, it's about learning from past mistakes and staying as flexible as possible.


The challenge is in using what you have to the best of your ability, and it's genuinely satisfying to kill an enemy with projectiles one run and slip by them undetected the next. Just when I thought I'd figured out the best way to survive the mountain, the mountain met me with a new enemy or a power-up I'd never seen before, and like with each movement on the balance beam, I was always shifting slightly to try to adjust.


Tumbleseed Review


Tumbleseed Review


Tumbleseed Review


Tumbleseed Review


Tumbleseed Review


Tumbleseed's biggest problem, though, is that it doesn't do anything to ease you into new challenges. The difficulty from one level to the next--and from one run to the next--is inconsistent, even when taking into account that everything is procedurally generated. Going from the first area to the second is a huge difficulty spike thanks to unforgiving enemies, and I had long since mastered the first (and replayed it dozens of times) before I successfully traversed the second. No matter how good I got at deftly rolling in the narrow space between two pitfalls or how perfectly I allocated my crystals and powers, I'd still get sent tumbling down to the start by a hole that suddenly appeared underneath me or a gang of four spiders that each take three hits to kill. At a certain point, that difficulty stops being an enjoyable challenge and instead feels unfair.


Though you can set up teleporters that you earn at certain points on the mountain to skip earlier sections, it's in your best interest to run through them anyway and stock up on powers and supplies; but after doing that, it's much more frustrating to die for a stupid reason halfway up the mountain when you finally lucked out and got the two powers you like the most. It's rare to get both the best powers and the easier enemies in the same playthrough, and after a while it feels like a cruel joke.


That said, each time I finally reached a new level, I was ecstatic. However you manage it, it's as rewarding to survive as it is frustrating to fail. But when those rewards start to feel further and further apart, it can be difficult to keep coming back for another climb.

Play Frostys

Play Frostys

Find Frosty to beat the level.

Donatosaur 2

Donatosaur 2


Help Donutosaur get his donut! Collect candies by changing the shape of Donutosaur and switching the direction of gravity. Donutosaur's friends will be of great help - they can push, pull and destroy objects.