- Rescue Safari
Help endangered animals and learn about them in the process in Rescue Safari. You are a member of a conservation team, tasked to heal, feed and breed animals in a magical island and solve the mystery of your missing uncle. With Yellow Tigers, Lions, Wild Boars and more, there’s plenty of animals to love and care for. With its adorable graphics, unlockable environments and educational tidbits, Rescue Safari is the perfect game for young environmentalists –or is it?
- Awesome Tanks 3
If you love Awesome Tanks 2 as much as we did and thought that more awesomeness would be awesome through a third game then read what we’d like to see.
- Zombie Golf Riot
No matter how fervent of a golf fan you are, the time must come when repeatedly hitting and putting a boring old golf ball into the same holes over and over again becomes repetitive and downright boring.
- Mushbits 2
You wouldn’t think that the humble mushroom could ever be the subject of any fun or long-lasting entertainment beyond being eaten as food, but this thinking would be incorrect. In fact, there is a whole sub-genre of games dedicated to the miracle of the mushroom and its use in video gaming entertainment, and Mushbits 2 is just one of the titles in this genre. In fact, Mushbits 2 is one of the greatest games that the highly-specialised mushroom game genre has to offer. Combining the challenge and mental workout of a puzzle game with an unbelievably cute design and impressive, eccentric style, Mushbits 2 requires you to get the small rabbit-like creatures across the tile-based puzzle surface and to the mushrooms that they wish to eat, and the amount of fun to be had whilst doing so is more than you would ever expect from a game that is all about making rabbits eat mushrooms.
- Saras Cooking
There is a huge selection of cooking games out there that allow you to get involved in preparing food in a variety of contexts. Games like Papa’s Wingeria allow you involve yourself in various stages of the cooking process within a restaurant, whereas games like (Twisted) Cooking Mama use cooking and food as subject matter for a series of mini-games that aren’t really about cooking at all. The Sara’s Cooking Class games are much more practical and friendly in their approach to cooking, though, since they allow you to play through a variety of recipes in an interactive fashion.
- DC Universe
You may have experienced the world of massively multiplayer online gaming before, but it is unlikely that you have played anything with the awe-inspiring style and visuals of DC Universe Online. As an officially-licensed and fully-legitimate creation from DC themselves, DC Universe Online takes the many characters and locations of the DC Universe and sets them in a subscription-based game (after the first month, anyway) that puts you in control of a character that you get to customise many aspects of including his appearance, weapons, and powers.
- Super Pokemon Rumble
The success of the main series of Pokémon games ignores the borders of countries, thinks nothing of crossing oceans, and doesn’t even acknowledge the continental division of the world since the their popularity has proliferated on a global scale, drawing in millions of fans and jumping the generational gaps in the process.
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