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No one likes to be taken ill for any reason, particularly with a virus that presents with terrible symptoms such as nausea, sweating, vomiting, and general malaise that persists for several days. It’s not as bad if you’re on the virus end of things, though, since you get to use a human as a host in which you can multiply by the thousands and proliferate until the host’s immune system battles you into submission.(more…)
The Battle of Races Wages On
War has been with us since the beginning of time. Races have battled with each other since the dawn of history. Command hordes of undead soldiers or rally troops of Elven archers, the choice is yours to make in this online fantasy inspired real time strategy game. Defeat other races such as the Dragon race, Humans and Orcs and unify the world under your own banner.(more…)
The perfect way to avoid being zombified isn’t to shoot your way out of it, or to simply drive your way across the country to avoid the trouble, but instead use a combination of the two in order to produce a game like Earn to Die 2012. Toffee Games have landed a very addictive and somewhat challenging sequel on the internet in the form of this abridged version of the iOS-based title. Earn to Die 2012 involves getting from point A to point B by using a car that can be upgraded using money that you earn from travelling certain distances and killing zombies en route. With some noticeable improvements from the original, this game has more variety and most importantly more upgrades than ever before and it is ready to entertain you at short or even virtually no notice.(more…)
Anger and games do have a good relationship! I don’t have to tell you about the studies that have linked video games to anger and addiction. Games such as World of Warcraft are known for breeding addictive and zombie like gamers who would rather play in the fantasy world than spare two minutes to even use the toilet. Disrupting such people from their games can lead to a very angry reaction and backlash so approach with caution.
Such is the nature of the society that we live in that at one point or another, the infrastructure upon which it is based is going to sway, shake and creak horribly under various internal and external pressures like a groaning skyscraper bowing under strain from the wind. Much like an individual living in a society which should (in theory) protect his/her human rights, freedom and right to pursue a life within the confines of said society’s laws, those on the top floor of the skyscraper trust that the architect who built it knows his stuff, and that the builders were actually listening when they attended ‘Skyscraper 101’ in construction school. For various technical reasons which definitely don’t warrant exploration in this very brief review, the economy of any country will inevitably suffer its own crises at various points in time.(more…)