Gamezebo Archives - November 2011

Game subscriptions come to iPad starting with Big Fish Games

Nov 23, 2011

You can already subscribe to magazines and newspapers on your iPad, and now you can do the same for games. Big Fish Games has announced that its new iOS app will allow users to pay a monthly subscription fee, which provides unlimited access to games.

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Blood & Glory Walkthrough

Nov 23, 2011

Blood & Glory is an action game from Glu Games for Android, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. With swords and gladiators galore, you can become the ultimate Roman combatant. Plenty of your blood will be spilled along the way, but with Gamezebo’s quick start guide you’ll make sure it’s you enemies’ blood and not your own.

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Smurfs' Village gets winter update

Nov 22, 2011

Just in time for the Holidays, Smurfs' Village has received a winter update that will feel like a massive gift for all of the game's regular players. The new version's got a little bit of everything: a new theme, a substantial mechanic update, and a stocking's worth of new content to add to your village.

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Dream Zoo Review: Dream Zoo brings plenty of fresh new twists to freemium zoo management games

Nov 22, 2011

Ever since Tap Zoo launched back in September 2010, every freemium developer and their brother has tried to put out a successful mobile zoo game. Zoo Story, Tiny Zoo, Safari Zoo, DinerTown Zoo, Zoo Club – the list goes on and on. But despite their great numbers, none of these play-a-likes managed to bring anything triumphantly new to the formula. Enter Dream Zoo.

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Pay what you want for the Humble Introversion Bundle

Nov 22, 2011

Another day, another awesome indie games bundle deal! This time you can pay whatever price you think is fair for a bundle of games that includes Darwinia, Multiwinia, DEFCON, and Uplink - the complete catalog of British indie studio Introversion. Pay more than the average price (which is currently a ridiculously low $3.40), and you'll also get Aquaria and Crayon Physics Deluxe. Download the Humble Introversion Bundle today- you have 14 days left until the sale ends!

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Trine 2 Preview: Gamezebo goes hands-on with Trine 2

Nov 22, 2011

Trine was a magical game. A fairly straightforward physics-based platformer at its core, it distinguished itself with eye-popping visuals, a wonderful soundtrack and fairy-tale narration worthy of Peter Falk that made it like nothing so much as a bed-time story in videogame format. So when I heard that Trine 2 is on the way, you better believe I got excited.

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CityVille Holidaytown Review: CityVille Holidaytown is a Christmas special done right

Nov 22, 2011

As the year begins to wind down and the days creep closer and closer to December, there are a few things that seem almost unavoidable. You’ll eat a little too much at Thanksgiving, “best of the year” lists will abound, and holiday-themed games and updates will hit the App Store. CityVille Holidaytown is one such holiday-themed release – and you’ll be delighted to know that it’s Christmas done right.

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Azada: In Libro Walkthrough

Nov 22, 2011

Welcome to the Azada: In Libro Collector's Edition walkthrough on Gamezebo. Azada: In Libro Collector's Edition is an adventure game played on the PC created by ERS Game Studios. This walkthrough includes tips and tricks, helpful hints and a strategy guide on how to complete Azada: In Libro Collector's Edition

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Lucky Space update brings new desert planet and competitive leaderboards

Nov 22, 2011

Sci-fi social strategy game Lucky Space is getting a major content update today, which brings with it a brand new, desert-themed planet to explore, as well as a new competitive scoring system and timed missions.

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Heroic Legends Review: Heroic Legends is neither heroic nor legendary, but does have some fun elements worth checking out

Nov 22, 2011

With new ways to interface with electronics come new paradigms for how games are played. Therefore, it’s an exciting time for both social and mobile gaming. Fabulapps (gotta love that name) takes elements of various social games such as the original Mafia Wars, and builds on an emerging genre that isn’t quite perfect, but still a meaningful step in the right direction.

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