Tranquil taps and touches are all that’s needed to complete your journey in Endless Dungeon: Dragon Saga, a new RPG that offers players an idle approach to their role-playing. Available now on iOS and Android from today, the game combines full 3D visuals with an easy to pick up control scheme, being perfect for those craving deep mechanics but don’t have much time on their hands.
As the title indicates, Endless Dungeon: Dragon Saga features a near-infinite number of dungeons to work your way through, with over 3,000 challenges to overcome and plenty of gold to gather. Such activities aim to provide players with a constant sense of freshness when questing, all wrapped up in a fully 3D RPG that is effortless to play thanks to stripped-back and easy controls.
There are over 70 distinct heroes to acquire during your quest to defeat the red dragon, with Endless Dungeon: Dragon Saga’s combat primarily revolving around deck building. The more capable characters you collect, the higher the chances of you winning battles, and it’s these stronger types that will help give you the edge over foes. All are upgradable by way of in-game time stones, improving skill effects and damage.
The true test comes when heading into Endless Dungeon: Dragon Saga’s dedicated PVP arenas, which allows you to take the fight to…
Fans of all things mind-bending and mysterious will be able to get their fix from today, as The House of Da Vinci graces smartphone screens tasking players to escape and seek the truth. Available now for iOS devices, the kickstarted game from developer Blue Brain Games provides a unique hands-on 3D puzzle experience which tales its inspiration from The Room series.
So what’s the story? You’re placed in the role of the great Leonardo’s da Vinci’s apprentice and it’s up to you to find out what’s behind his strange disappearance. Was he killed by the church? Did some of his machines transport him into another time? Is he hiding under the bed? The only way to be sure is by solving a series of head-scratching puzzles that will see you ferreting out hidden artefacts and unpicking complex mechanisms, while conquering a host of other obstacles that strive to be challenging as well as faithfully authentic to the time.
One of the big motivations for Blue Brain Games when developing The House of Da Vinci, was to provide all that play the puzzle adventurer a true sense of authenticity. The game’s music, architecture, and mood all take inspiration from actual da Vinci concepts, manuscripts and inventions, firmly placing players within the world of 16th century Italy.
Virtual Reality dominates any and all discussion in the games industry right now. Every game seems to have a VR port or expansion on the way. And for good reason – most who’ve tried it think VR could be the next big step for gaming, akin to the switch from 2D to 3D in the 1990s.
VR has its fair share of naysayers, of course, as does anything. There are still people who believe FIFA is better than PES, for example. Some people never learn.
But while VR is impressive from a gaming perspective, and adds a new layer of immersion, it’s the technology’s non gaming possibilities that excite me.
Could we be using an Oculus Rift to speak to our relatives on the other side of the world in 10 years’ time? Or slipping on an HTC Vive to see the latest blockbuster in the next five years?
Let’s take a look at three ways VR might take over the world.
I don’t mean playing – I think I’d struggle to score a screamer from 20 yards with a fat chunk of plastic on my head!
No, I mean watching. Right now, if you want to go and watch an NFL game, you have to buy tickets, pay for a hotel, organise flights, get to the stadium, barge past the bloke who’s taking up far too much room to get to your seat, then get home. And that’s not to mention food, time off work, and dealing with the risk of i…
The mobile trading card game, Magic Duels, has received a huge new expansion that includes all new story content and over 300 new cards.
Shadows Over Innistrad is that very expansion and is out right now in the App Store for free.
It features a brand new story about a power struggle between good and evil. You’ll face brutal werewolves in dark forests, noble vampire families vying for power, and the monstrous creatures created by mad scientists in secret laboratories.
More importantly though, new cards have been added. There are over 300 of these and they’re based on Magic: The Gathering’s Shadows Over Innistrad and Oath of the Gatewatch sets.
There’s much more on offer here like new skill quests but you’ll have to head on over to the App Store to check it all out.
Haven’t heard of Magic Duels before? Well, it’s a mobile trading card game set in the Magic: The Gathering universe which lets you experience exciting moments from its history in Story Mode.
You can also test your wits against your friends in Battle Mode or fight alongside them in Two-Headed Giant Battle.
If you’re struggling, you can practice in the offline mode where you can safely test out new builds, and there’s an excellent tutorial which teaches you how to pla…
Overkill 3 is a videogame with guns and men in it. If you fire the guns in Overkill 3 at the men in Overkill 3, the men in Overkill 3 fall over.
Sometimes these men don’t get back up again because they are dead. Other times they look like they are dead, but they are not dead, they’re just pretending to be dead.
When this happens, you must fire your gun at them a second time until they stop pretending to be dead and become actually dead. Then a helicopter appears and points happen and sometimes I don’t know why I even bother.