Our friend and former coworker Alice just published her first iOS game Memory Dojo as part of Chin and Cheeks. The game has you guiding “Ninja” through memory lessons with his Sensei. The rounds start innocuously enough but increase in difficulty as you play, adding to the challenge and fun.
Check out gameplay screenshots below.
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Last week, Disney put out Wreck-It Ralph in an unprecedented early digital release. You can enjoy the film on most platforms, so get wrecking.
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If you play games, you probably already know that Disney has licensed out and produced a lot of video games over the years. We were discussing this wealth of video games in the office, so I decided to compile my list of favorites from back in my day, the roaring early 90′s. While these aren’t necessarily the most mind-blowing games, all of them strike a special chord with me and are a lot of fun to play. I hope you have the time to check some of them out if you haven’t already played them.
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Recently I had the chance to enjoy the surprisingly powerful “The Walking Dead” video game from Telltale Games. The game spans over five episodes based on the acclaimed comic series. Despite the medium, the game was brimming with stark presentation and emotional appeal. In this post, I’d like to focus on the different modes of storytelling utilized by the game. Earlier, I looked at different types of interactive storytelling in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim. Today, I’ll be looking at how this game combined both to make a moving experience rivaling that of film.
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At E3, I was wowed by a demonstration of Microsoft’s SmartGlass. The application brought a second screen to the Xbox 360 experience, offering an alternative way to control the device through the use of a smartphone. About 5 months later, Smartglass has arrived. Earlier this week I had a chance to play around with it. How does it stack up to the demonstration I saw? Read on to find out.
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Perhaps some of you remember with fondness the Konami code from days spent gathered around the television and a video game console. I know that I certainly do. Easteregg.in is a tool that gives developers easy-to-use templates to implement their own Easter Eggs in web products. Simply choose between the different types of Easter Eggs and methods of activation and then throw it into your code! I thought it was a cool concept and decided to share it.
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In an announcement earlier this morning, Bohemia Interactive stated via Tumblr that they will be developing their popular mod DayZ as a standalone game. For those not in the know, DayZ is a modification for first person shooter Arma II that puts players in a post-Soviet post-apocalypse, fighting against zombies and other players for survival.
In anticipation of the Wii U’s debut this holiday season, we thought we’d bring some vintage advertising flair to the cutting edge system. We hope you enjoy the nod to the age of long copy. Click on the image for a larger version.
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E3 2012 opened with a bang as Nintendo and Microsoft each squared off to fight for tablet supremacy with announcements to bring Second Screen to the console.
It seems that we’re destined for tablet-gaming future. So which one will make the cut?