Gamezebo Archives - October 2011

CSI: Miami Heat Wave Preview: Horatio investigates Facebook in CSI: Miami

Oct 27, 2011

The excellent CSI: Crime City gave Facebook fans of the Las Vegas CSI crew a chance to investigate some grisly crimes along with their favorite characters, and soon fans of CSI: Miami will be able to do the same. Horatio Caine is bringing his team and his sunglasses to the social network in an experience that looks much like its predecessor, only with a new cast of characters, fresh murders to investigate, and a much more sunny locale.

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Russian Dancing Men Review: Russian Dancing Men will be loved by Weebl fans, but likely not others

Oct 27, 2011

If you’ve been a fan of flash-based web animations over the years, you’ve no doubt come across the work of Weebl. Whether it’s in endless ditty “Badger Badger Badger,” the cow disappearing song “Magical Trevor,” or simply “the everday happenings of weebl and sometimes weebl’s friend bob,” Weebl has entertained millions of web surfers over the last decade. Now he’s taking some of his classic tunes to the App Store in the form of the rhythm game Russian Dancing Men.

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New video takes gamers behind the scenes of Where’s My Water?

Oct 27, 2011

Sometimes when you absolutely love a game, you can’t wait to learn more about it. If that’s how you feel about Where’s My Water?, you’re in luck – Disney Mobile has released a neat little behind the scenes video that shows some of the development team talking about the design of and hopes for everyone’s favourite clean freak alligator.

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Campfire Legends: The Last Act Review: Campfire Legends: The Last Act mixes disappointing gameplay with a satisfying ending to the series’ story.

Oct 27, 2011

With the Campfire Legends trilogy, we’ve unfortunately seen the quality drop with each installment. While this third (and apparently final) entry in the series retains the same solid voice acting and graphics, the gameplay has become too difficult or tiresome to hold up to the standard of the previous games - specifically, the first.

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Zombie Cookin' Review: Without its bloodthirsty patrons, Zombie Cookin’ probably wouldn’t be anything special.

Oct 27, 2011

Zombie Cookin’ can best be compared to Cooking Mama, in that you have to choose which dishes you’d like to create, and then actually create them. In this way, the game takes a much more stimulating approach than other freemium games like Café World, where you don’t actually create the dishes, just select which ones you’d like to serve.

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Zombie Cookin' Walkthrough

Oct 27, 2011

Zombie Cookin’ is a cooking simulation game from Capcom/Beeline. The café is yours for the taking, and you’ve got to serve up some tasty brains to your bloodthirsty customers. Things can get hectic around the café, so luckily you have Gamezebo’s quick start guide that has all the tips, tricks and cheats you’ll need to stay ahead of everything.

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Indie game bundle site Indie Royale launches

Oct 26, 2011

PC

A new game bundle site called Indie Royalelaunches today, giving indie game fans a new place to shop for bargains and support developers. The website bundles together four indie games every two weeks and offers them at a heavily discounted price. The first bundle, which contains Gemini Rue,Sanctum,A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda, and Nimbus, is available now for just $1.99.

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Jurassic Park: The Game Preview: Pre-orders begin for Jurassic Park: The Game

Oct 26, 2011

Telltale'sJurassic park: The Gameis now available for pre-order in advance of its Nov. 15 launch. Fans who pre-order all 5 episodes of the PC/Mac version of the game from theTelltale Online Storequalify for $10 off the Deluxe Edition.

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Pocket God channels the spirit of Ghosts’n Goblins for Halloween

Oct 26, 2011

While the main Pocket God game keeps growing by leaps and bounds, it’s spin-off, Pocket God: Journey to Uranus, hasn’t exactly been a slouch either. This minigame-centric game has paid homage to a number of classics in the past, and with the release of Episode 6, it can add Capcom’s classic action platformer Ghosts’n Goblins to that list.

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Where's My Water? gets first content update

Oct 26, 2011

Where’s my Water? is a terrific puzzle game for the iPhone and iPad, but like all good mobile puzzlers, it’s longevity is going to live and die by fresh content. Both Angry Birds and Cut the Rope manage to maintain high sales rankings, largely some might argue, because of their regular updates that add new levels and features. So can Swampy’s fans expect the same? If the recently released ver 1.1 is anything to go by, all signs point to yes.

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