Pinned Super Mario Bros. 3
Have you ever wanted to mutilate turtles with your feet? Maybe on sunny days, you think about dressing like a raccoon and spinning happily down into a drainage pipe. As per usual, the good folks at Nintendo make all of this possible and more with their third installment in the Super Mario Bros. series!
Pinned World of Tanks
Ever wanted to have your own tank and kill other tanks from the WW2 era, possibly what your grandfathers could have done? Well then this is the game for you. Upgrade your tank from a little tank all the way up to the amazing Tiger tank.
Explore with no purpose, but with a purpose. Solve puzzles, but leave puzzled. This is Kairo.
What's fascinating about the gaming world is that it can always surprise you with something new, something which you would never expect. One example for this is The Journey Down: Chapter One from SkyGoblin.
Leviathan: Warships sets port for the PC. The fleet is sailing, but you won’t have to search hard to find the big ugly monster. Aargh!
developer: Pieces Interactive / publisher: Paradox
Genre: Strategy, War
Total Playtime: 10.6 hours / Completed: Yes / 6 out of 20 Steam Achievements
Rising Storm, the latest game in the Red Orchestra franchise, is taking players to the historic battlegrounds of 1942-1945, confronting the Imperial Japanese Army and US Marines on 6 new maps spread throughout the Pacific. Certainly a must -buy for any fan of the franchise, but is it also worth your money if you never played Red Orchestra before?
If you like Strategy or Tower Defense games, get ready for a game that blends the two genres together with a twist. The sequel to the much lauded Anomaly: Warzone Earth has landed.
Developer Tale of Tales continues to offer artistic expressions in multimedia that redefine and challenge what we experience and refer to as a video games.
The Ultimate Sith Edition brings you all the DLC and extra content in one package! But can the Force be enough to propel this action title away from its console roots?
This game (if you want to call it that way, personally I think it's more of a multimedia experience of a book - digital adaptation, they call it, a la The Walking Dead) is an adapation of the book "The 39 Steps" published by the Scottish author John Buchan on 1915.
So, this newcomers are up to the task? Let's find out!