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Posted On April 6, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Social Media, Uncategorized

Table Soccer For Android: The Nostalgia Trip

I may not need to remind anyone about a little game we played when we were younger, that involved two goalposts made of paper, a little ball made of paper and a lot of bottle caps or in some cases more paper. If you never knew that you’ll know how the game is played in a second. Table Soccer is a game by ChopUP Games developed using the Unity Game Engine, it’s a somewhat fresh take of the classic “Table Soccer” game. In Table Soccer players select from 3 free bottleRead More

Posted On February 19, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Entertainment, Gaming, Social Media, Top Stories, Uncategorized

75,000 People Play The Largest Pokemon Game Ever

For a whole week thousands of players have been playing Pokemon Red/Blue at TwitchPlaysPokemon and you can be a part of the hilarity as well. Why ‘hilarity’? Well that’s because TwitchPlaysPokemon is a channel on the game-streaming site Twitch that turns chat comments into controller inputs, parsing hundreds of thousands of ups, downs, and starts and translating them into in-game movements. The results rarely create coherent movements, but yet the participants have defeated half of the gym leaders in the game. The sheer randomness is so much so that currently there is a chatRead More

Posted On February 15, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Mobile, Uncategorized

Threes Is The Addictive Puzzle Game For iOS That You’ve Never Heard Of

Threes is a little game you never heard of because Flappy Bird took over the world in the same week that Threes launched. It was created by Asher Vollmer and it’s only on iOS.  If you enjoy matching puzzle games like Candy Crush, then Threes should make you feel right at home. It’s formula is east to learn but difficult to master.  In Threes users must match up tiles to form larger numbers. 1 and 2 tiles go together to form a 3. Once you hit three you can only pair a number withRead More
First, a background. Flappy Bird is a game for iOS and Android that has recently gone viral in the last few days. The game was developed by Vietnamese developer, Nguyen Ha Dong. To advance in Flappy Bird, you have to tap the screen to navigate the bird between Super Mario-like pipes. After each pipe, you get a point. It drives people crazy. What’s amazing about this game however, is that some users have managed to play for so long and have reached scores of over 2 billion. Yes. 2 billionRead More

Posted On January 24, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Top Stories

CES Aftermath: Razer Moonshot Project Christine Debut

That piece of alien technology interesting technology is Razer’s latest concept, for now they are calling it Project Christine, much like the Razer Edge at last year’s CES it wasn’t a real product yet. Project Christine is a highly-modular desktop gaming PC that has each of its components in encased in its own liquid cooled metal module that can be swapped in or out on the fly. Razer created a wire-free and incredibly easy method of swapping, adding, or upgrading components and it uses PCI-Express architecture to connect and sync each componentRead More

Posted On January 24, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Top Stories

CES Aftermath: Sony Reveals Streaming Service Playstation Now

PlayStation Now, an all-new games streaming service that will allow “classic” PlayStation games to be played across current-gen PlayStation hardware, as well as directly on other non-gaming platforms. The new streaming service is largely powered by Gaikai, Sony’s $380 million acquisition in the summer of 2012. PlayStation Now, will enable you to stream classic and blockbuster PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 games to not only the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita but also to televisions, tablets, and smartphones. 2014 Sony Bravia televisions will support PlayStation Now, and marks theRead More
Meet The Steam Machines

Posted On January 24, 2014By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gadgets, Gaming, Top Stories

CES Aftermath: Rise of The Steam Machines

In the past year console gaming has found new competition in mobile gaming; we saw more powerful devices, added integrated support for developers and the major publishers are starting to make a commitment to providing fun things for you to play on your mobile power houses. We even saw some very innovative ways that manufacturers and developers have tried to cross the boundaries platforms and merge gaming audiences. Yesterday Valve announced one such way, thirteen such ways that they are bringing PC gaming to the living room and at theRead More

Posted On November 23, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gadgets, Gaming, Mobile

Logitech And MOGA Make Gaming On Your iPhone Better

With iOS 7, Apple included a standard way for iOS devices to use third-party game controller.  Developers can now build better games without worrying about awful touchscreen control schemes. This is made possible with Apple’s MFI (Made For iPhone, iPod and iPad) APIs announced at WWDC 2013. This makes MOGA’s controller the first official(blessed by Apple’s MFI) iPhone controller and Logitech’s controller the second of the pioneers. The Android platform for example, has a lot of controllers but letting those controllers work with games has always been a matter between gameRead More

Posted On October 14, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gaming, Mobile, Top Stories

Kuluya Games Land On Android And Windows Phone

Idamiebi from Sonbim Games called it. “We probably will, at some point I know they’re going to head to mobile. It’s bound to happen sooner or later.” Well, it has happened. You can now download Kuluya games from the Google Play Store. Currently, there are four games: Oga At The Top, Matatu, Msitu Wars and Masai. All the games feature leaderboards with players from around the world and of course there are touch-screen controls.   For Windows Phone users, Oga At The Top seems to be the only game available.Read More
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Posted On August 28, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gadgets, Gaming, Mobile

Nintendo Announces Nintendo 2DS

Nintendo announced the Nintendo 2DS, a new entry-level hand-held gaming device. The first thing to notice about the newest member of the 3Ds family of consoles is its price. The 2DS goes on sale in North America on October 12th at $129.99. It’s also notable that it goes on sale the same day as the much-anticipated Pokemon X & Y. It will retail at £109.99 in the UK. The 2DS is a 3DS minus the 3D ability, it can play all titles released for the Nintendo 3DS and some for NintendoRead More