Minigore 2: Zombies | JUST BLASTIN' ZOMBIES!!!!!

Minigore 2: Zombies

Category: Games
Size: 139 MB
Seller: Mountain Sheep

I've had Minigore 2: Zombies for a little while now because every once in a while I get the itch to kill some zombies! This game is a lot of fun and for me the most entertaining part about this game is seeing the bosses they came up with. From Zombies to giant skeletons, pigs and other hilariously entertaining creature to destroy! Check out the Positives & Negatives below the slideshow!

- Gameplay, easy to pick up and play!
- Replay value is very high for me mainly in part to the simple gameplay
- $1.99, this gets you the game and you don't have to pay for more unless you want to
- Graphics, beautiful battle area's and a ton of disgustingly cute sprites

- $1.99 to get the game and extra charges for more in game advancements
- Not everyone can enjoy this game, have to be 17 or older to download due to adult content

Final Thoughts: It's definitely worth the $2 bucks and as far as any in game purchases they aren't necessary and takes some fun out of it. So go and check it out and let me know what you think!

Have you played this game before? What are your thoughts?


Flappy Golf 2 | Just Tap it in!!!

Flappy Golf 2

Developer: Noodlecake Studios Inc

Size: 115 MB

Release Date: Oct 31, 2016

Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch


Flappy Golf 2, yes the follow up to the smash hit Flappy Golf... Ok, I have know clue if the original Flappy Golf was a smash hit or not. However, I do know that Flappy Golf 2 is kind of entertaining. For me the early stages of this game are what made me enjoy this game, in fact if I'm looking for just a few minutes of fun I always go back to the first and 2nd stages. Not that the latter stages are bad or anything but those early levels fill my quick fix just perfectly. Check out some of my Positives & Negatives below. 



- Freemium! For the levels I play it is actually free!

- Flappy madness. Seems to be similar to Flappy Bird mechanics so easy to play

- Quick Fix. Have 5-10 minutes this game is perfect for you


- Freemium, you know how that goes

- Later levels just turned me off due to how many things you have to do in them. Just too much.


Have any of you tried out this game? Or even the original Flappy Golf? What did you think?

Game of the Week | Riptide GP Renegade

Riptide GP Renegade

Developer: Vector Unit

Publisher: Vector Unit

Size: 105.4 MB

Release Date: 2016

Genre: Racing

Compatibility: Android, iOS, Xbox One, PS4, Windows 10

Riptide GP Renegade was made by the same company that made Hydro Thunder which means you can expect some great graphics and game play. I picked up this game for iOS for i believe $2.99 and it was definitely worth the small price tag. I didn't know anything about it prior to buying it but had recently watched an episode of Game Sack on YouTube where Joe and Dave were talking about Wave Race 64 and I had to find something similar to play on my phone!

This definitely filled a gap for me. The fast pace racing and deep tricks arsenal made this game a lot of fun to play. It does have a bit of a story as well which involves you and an arch rival and your revenge by beating your rival in a series of races. In the end the story is definitely an after thought. The meat and potatoes is all in the racing. Check out my Positives & Negatives below.



- Great Graphics! I caught myself thinking I was gaming on a PS Vita with the graphic on my iPhone 6s Plus

- Gameplay: easy to learn and easy to play

- Extensive story line: which gave me several hours of game play.

- Game modes: there is more than just racing a big aspect of the game is doing tricks as well.



- There was an upfront cost of $2.99 but other than that you don't have to spend another dime.

- The Story... was silly but bareable.




What do you think? Have you tried this game yet? 

Game of the Week | Stack


Developer:  Ketchap

Publisher:  Ketchap

Size:  54.7MB

Release Date:  February 17th 2016


Stack is one of those simple yet frustrating games, kind of like Flappy Bird was that makes you want to throw your phone through the wall! All you do is stack the blocks up and up and up they go to get to your highest total! The goal is simply get as many blocks as you can then keep on playing this addictive game til you beat your previous high score! Below are a few of the Positives & Negatives about the game.




- F2P and the only thing I've noticed is a few ads, so it's actually Free! 

- Quick and easy gameplay, need to fill a 5 minute void? This will do the trick.


- You can only stack so much before you move on to something else

- Hole in my wall due to stacking frustration


So what do you think? What's your high score in Stack? 






Game of the Week | Battle Run

Battle Run

Developer: Game Hive Corporation

Publisher: Game Hive Corporation

Size: 77.7 MB

Genre: Racing

Release Date: August 8th, 2013


So this game has been out for a few years. In fact it was in 2013 that I went on a road trip to South Carolina with a group of friends and we literally played this game during the entire stay! I just recently picked it back up again to find my "Molly" character still there in full mustache glory! 

How can I describe this game... easy, it's like a Mario Kart Racer. Each race pits you against others around the world currently playing the game and requires you to complete a straight line race. No laps, No Karts, just a straight forward running game with obstacles and power ups along the way. Also, during each race you have the opportunity to collect stars and when you collect enough you can activate your mount. Each mount is different and this is where most of the Pay to Play comes into play. You can purchase Legendary eggs to hatch and get rare mounts. 

Here are some of items available for purchase: Hats, Accessories, Clothes, Mounts, Trails & Characters



- Free to Play. You can literally play this game as much as you want without spending a dime.

- Gameplay. Fast games, I'd say less than a minute per race, which makes for easy and fun games.

- Graphics. It may not be for everyone but I enjoy the cartoonish characters especially Molly and Spoon!



- Free to Play. Pay to Play. You get the idea.

- Lag/Freezing. This doesn't happen all the time and its hardly noticeable but when it happens seemingly for no reason its quite frustrating.


So what do you think? How do you like Battle Run?

Let me know in the comments below!

Micro Talk #4 | Crashlands

We didn’t have to look far to find the topic of GOTG Micro 4: St. Louis’ own, Crashlands from developer Butterscotch Shenanigans. Ryan Dampf from Living the Nerd Life is back again to speak to this interesting take on the open world crafting genre. Be sure to listen to our last Micro episode on Don’t Starve too, as there is a lot of comparing and contrasting on display for these games. 

Show Notes:

Butterscotch Shenanigans has their own podcast if you’re interested in hearing more from the devs themselves. 

Micro Talk #3 | Don't Starve

Once more into the darkness we go as Living the Nerd Life’s Ryan Dampf is back again to speak to another mobile game: Don’t Starve for Vita, iOS and pretty much any other console you can think of. And Chase makes an impassioned speech for another Klei title, Mark of the Ninja, to be ported just as much as Don’t Starve has been, but that’s neither here nor there.

Mobile Game of the Week | Summoner's War

So I started playing this game a while ago thanks to the ad above however I stopped playing just as quick as I started. Not sure why but gameplay wasn't exactly my cup of tea. Recently a co-worker mentioned he played and I checked out his floating palace in the sky and saw all of his awesome characters and I knew I had to give it another try. I have played maybe 3-4 weeks now and definitely ashamed I stopped playing. The downfall of playing this tho is that it is digging into my Clash of Clans time which by the way my push to Titan League sputtered out around 3380 trophies! Ha. 

Like I said Summoner's War is an addicting little game. As a matter of fact there are 3 of us at work that have been pretty active in the game the past month. This has definitely helped with staying active in the game and has helped at least me see what to look forward to in the game. His user name is _Stumpy_ he has been playing the game for quite a while and has been a big help for myself and my co-worker in guiding us through the game. Here are a few of his top monsters!

Because I'm no where near the level he is my monsters are not nearly as strong but I'm still a proud monster owner. Here are 5 of my favorite monsters that I currently have!


Anyways here are some of my Positives and Negative about the game.


- FREEmium: you can at least download it, take it on a test drive and if you don't like it no harm no foul

- Graphics: Advanced monster styling is great... one day I'll get there

- Gameplay: RTS gameplay is surprisingly fun to me especially the feature that attacks for me "set it and forget it"

- Storyline: surpised to say this but the story so far is pretty good



- FREEmium: yes its both positive and negative. Pay to win or advance more quickly is a trend in most FREEmium games and that's no different for Summoner's War

- Scrolls: most annoying thing about the game is getting a Mystical Scroll and getting a crappy monster


Do you play Summoner's War? If you do find me and add me my username is: ~ICON~

What do you think about the game?


Let me know in the comments below!


Podcast: Gamers On The Go #26 | SteamWorld Dig

Back from the holidays, we’re starting 2014 right with CEO of Swedish developer Image & Form, Brjann Sigurgeirsson speaking with us about their breakout eShop hit, SteamWorld Dig!

In addition to a fair amount of talk about the mining platforming adventure, we talk about the studio’s early days of “edutainment” games and how they’ve transitioned to original IPs. We also discuss what drew them to developing games for Nintendo handhelds as well as what Image & Form might be up to in the very near future.

Show Notes:

  • While we’re understandably a little biased towards the handheld version of SteamWorld Dig, the Steam version is worth a look and works on Windows, Mac and Linux!
  • To see some of Image & Form’s earlier work, check out their game Anthill on iOS.

Mobile Game of the Week: ZOMBIEBUCKET




Version: 1.0.3

Size: 28.9 MB

Rating: 9+ for the following: Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

This week I bring to you another mobile game that helped get me through some down time while on vacation. Last week I brought to you a review on RAD Boarding, this week: ZOMBIEBUCKET! ZOMBIEBUCKET is like any other "Connect the same color/shape/object" game but with a bloody zombie killing twist. Your phone screen is your bucket and your bucket is envaded by hordes of zombies. Where these zombies come from is anybody's guess but it sure is fun killing them! The object of the game is to connect like-colored zombies to destroy them. The more you chain together the bigger the blood bath.  

Here are my positives and negatives about the game:



Gameplay // simple and enjoyable easy to pick up and play for a quick fix

Graphics // chubbie 8-bit square zombies that you pop or collect nothing that will blow your mind but it is easy on the eyes

Freemium // this is a free game with in-app purchases



Freemium // running out of lives was the only downfall for me but I could have paid for more


What did you think about ZOMBIEBUCKET? I thouroughly enjoyed this game and too my surprise so did my wife. In fact on the flight back to Missouri she played it more than me. This is where my one negative about the game came in, running out of lives. Anyways I would love to hear what you thought about the game, let me know in the comments below. 


SUPER HOT! Zombiebucket update coming soon! 

Mobile Game of the Week: RAD Boarding

Game: RAD Boarding

Seller: Noodlecake Studios Inc

Version: 1.1.1

Size: 91.2 MB

Rating: Rated 9+ for the following: Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor


This past week while on vacation I was confined to mobile gaming. While I stuck with my normal Clash of Clans I also started playing RAD Boarding! RAD Boarding reminded me of an up to date Line Rider. Game play is similar however everything else about the game is brought up to date in graphics and styling! Here is what Other Ocean has to say about the games features:



Show off your smooth moves as you ride out the apocalypse in style!


Face off against Tiny the Bear, a not-so-tiny circus bear that takes satisfaction from making you perform tricks.


Perform tricks to fill up your RAD Meter and activate RAD Mode, where everything is more RAD! RAD Mode activates special power-ups including: Lava Slowdown and the Coin Magnet.


Unlock DEADLY tombstones and use them to show off your best distance in each level.


Collect and pop frogs to unlock sweet collectibles and rare loot such as new costumes and 90’s style Milk Caps. 

Let me get into what I thought about the game. Let's say my 3 plus hour flight and another 2 hour shuttle to the airport was filled with playing mobile games. Good thing I had my handy Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation Duo with me to keep me charged up. I have a few other reviews coming thanks to my stay in Jamaica and I can't wait to go over them with you however, RAD Boarding was one that I just couldn't stop playing. Here's why. 



Gameplay - Simple is key and nothing easier than tapping / swiping your screen

Freemium - Free to play  

Graphics - Your RAD Boarder as well as the environment is very well done for such a simple game

Upgrading - Upgrading in the games keeps you boarding. From longer RAD duration to slower lava and even purchasing new levels



Freemium - You do have the ability to pay for coins to make upgrading easier and faster

Tricks - Most tricks are simple however, some tricks require swipes back or down which may be interpruted as a tap and hold causing your boarder to slow or drop into a hill

Repetitive - You can upgradee and get new levels but its the same thing over and over this isn't a terrible thing but does get tiring after a while


Not much I didn't really like about this game if you have a few minutes here and there throughout the day I would definitely recommend it to you. Let me know what you think when you do!


Have you already played RAD Boarding? What did you think of it? 


Posted by Joe

Game of the Week: King of Thieves (mobile)



Steal gold from other players around the world and design your own dungeon's defense in this colorful platformer.

Key Features:

Unique platformer game with PvP multiplayer.

Steal gold and precious gems from other players.

Design your own dungeon to protect your treasury.

Upgrade your traps and craft outfits for your character.

Use boosts to break the defense of other players' dungeons.

Compete with other players in leagues for epic rewards.

Get to the Golden League and become the wealthiest thief in the world!


My thoughts:  

This game caught me by surprise actually. I expected another game just like "Cut The Rope" or "Candy Crush" where you have a level, you pass and move on or fail and try again. Now, this is the case but its a little bit deeper than that.  

To start off as far as gameplay it plays a little like Super Meat Boy without all the blood and guts. Traps in the levels prevent you from getting to that levels gold. Now here is what sets this game apart from others as well as turn this into a MMO. There are two gameplay options, first you can go through the campaign which are preset levels made to help you progress your gameplay. Secondly, you can attack other players bases to steal their gold. 



- Game play: similar to Super Meat Boy which makes this fun

- MMO: you'll never run out of levels or people to attack

- Controls: simple screen tapping makes for a very easy and fun experience

- Visuals: your thief is cute and the dungeouns are exciting to see whats next

- Upgrade: you can upgrade your dungeon to protect your gold


- Freemium: One feature per campaign level you need a key to open the door. There are 3 locks you try and break and its a guessing game. You only have a certain amount of keys to use once they are gone you wait for more or... Pay for more. 

- MMO: not all people like the MMO style games (still try this game if you don't) 

- Did I mention that you need Keys to unlock doors?  


This game is definitely worth the download. If anything the campaign makes this a lot of fun, however the added benefit of attacking other players sets this game over the top for me. The big negative for me and I mentioned it twice, Keys! The locks are a complete guessing game. My very first level I tried to open I used 3 keys... I had a 33.333% chance of guessing it right but I didn't highly annoying. Anyways it's still worth the download and you should check it out.  



Posted by: Joe

Mario goes mobile: Nintendo is making games for smartphones and tablets


In a surprise move, Nintendo plans to put games on mobile devices in a tie-up with Japanese mobile gaming giant DeNA.

The alliance, which involves the two companies holding stakes in each other, will focus on building apps for smart devices and setting up a worldwide membership service to launch this fall, the companies said Tuesday at a hastily arranged press conference in Tokyo.

Nintendo was keen to emphasize it is not abandoning consoles, with Nintendo President Satoru Iwata confirming that his company is working on a new dedicated console code-named NX, with details to come next year.

The new apps for the partnership will include iconic Nintendo characters but will not involve porting games developed for the Nintendo Wii U or 3Ds systems. Only new games will be created, the companies said.

However, all Nintendo intellectual property like its games and characters could be used in new game development by the alliance, which has yet to announce a game lineup and availability. The global online membership service will be open to mobile devices, as well as Nintendo consoles and PC platforms.

Iwata said he hopes the service will reach hundreds of millions of users. In one slideshow illustration shown by the companies, the new membership service was shown surrounded by and linked to tablets, smartphones, PCs, the 3DS, the Wii U and the NX device.

The move represents a path forward for Nintendo, which has struggled to find a way to embrace the lucrative mobile gaming market while preserving its heritage and presence in video game consoles, which it has produced for decades.

"We do not share this pessimistic view of the future for dedicated video game systems," Iwata said in reference to negativity related to the future of consoles. "We are challenging ourselves to redefine what 'Nintendo platform' means."

After years of hearing Nintendo express hesitation about mobile games, industry observers reacted with shock to the news.

"This is basically a bombshell, especially given that Nintendo hasn't been really fond of the smartphone gaming market," said Serkan Toto, a video game consultant based in Tokyo. "Nintendo is planning to go beyond consoles, which they have never done. They never even did anything on the PC before. So they just shook up the entire game world."

DeNA, which has built a large e-commerce, online auction and mobile gaming empire in Japan, has seen its profitability take hits in recent years, just as Nintendo seemed lost amid the mobile game surge, Toto said. The alliance of the struggling partners will make Nintendo the biggest shareholder in DeNA after Tomoko Namba, who founded the company in 1999.

"Mobile gaming is a hit-driven business, and we believe our alliance with Nintendo will significantly increase the possibility of creating hit titles with Nintendo's beloved IP," DeNA spokesman Tomoyuki Akiyama said via email when asked about the company's profit slide

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