Gamezebo Archives - May 2012

Dragon Story Walkthrough

May 23, 2012

Dragon Story developed by Team Lava lets you experience dragon cuteness at its best. Incubate eggs and hatch all kinds of dragons each with their own personalities, likes and dislikes. Build habitats, grow crops, breed exotic hybrid dragons, and more! Gamezebo’squick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.

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SQUIDS Wild West Preview: Move over, Spaghetti Westerns – Calamari Westerns are the next big thing

May 23, 2012

In the world of sequel tropes, the wild west is an oft-ignored setting. More often than not we see a leap to space, or a trip to Manhattan – neither of which possess the same level of romance as the gun-totin' west. Does this mean SQUIDS Wild West, the upcoming sequel to the highly popular SQUIDS, will be the most romantic squid-based game of all time? One can only hope.

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Kickstarter Picks: Spate

May 23, 2012

What do you get from a game that’s been influenced by Super Mario World, Ico, Limbo, Blade Runner, and … Arrested Development? You’d end up with Spate, the indy-developed steampunk platformer by Eric Provan.

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Ring Fling Preview: For whom the ring flings

May 23, 2012

You want to play a game with your friend, but it turns out he or she is not in possession of an iDevice. One reaction would be to call them a peasant. The other, to fire up Ring Fling – a local multiplayer game that requires but one iDevice.

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Marvel Heroes Preview: Marvel Heroes gets ready to bring superheroic dungeon crawling to the F2P MMO space

May 23, 2012

There are a few phrases out there that must be carefully muttered in front of videogame fanboys and fangirls. Say any of these phrases too loudly, and said fans will deteriorate into a screaming and frothing husk of what used to be a human being: Marvel. Diablo. Free-to-play MMO. Today, we must warn you, all three of these sacred words must be muttered in order to describe Marvel Heroes. Commence the screaming.

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Haunting Mysteries: The Island of Lost Souls Review: Haunting Mysteries: The Island of Lost Souls has an interesting story, but the gameplay isn't without flaws

May 23, 2012

Haunting Mysteries: Island of Lost Souls throws you into the world of paranormal adventure in a fairly standard hidden object game setup. You’ll travel throughout the game’s many dark, gloomy locations, interacting with ghosts, completing hidden object scenes and puzzles, and trying to ensure your own escape along the way. The storyline here is clichéd yet interesting, and the ease of difficulty should be a welcome element for those looking for an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.

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Replay Wednesdays: Bejeweled, Mass Effect, Antique Mysteries and more!

May 23, 2012

We cover plenty of new games here at Gamezebo every week, but the number of games we’ve already covered that show up on new platforms? It’s staggering. Starting this Wednesday and continuing every week, we’ll be rounding up the games that aren’t quite new, but might be new to you depending on your platform of choice.

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Ninja Royale Walkthrough

May 23, 2012

Ninja Royale is a social game for mobile devices. Knowing when to strike is an important skill in becoming a master ninja, and with Gamezebo’s quick start guide you’ll have all of the tips, tricks and walkthroughs you’ll need to stay ahead of the rest.

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From OpenFeint to open beta: GREE launches worldwide mobile gaming network

May 23, 2012

Having acquired OpenFeint over a year ago, developer, publisher, and mega-company GREE has kept their cards pretty close to the chest regarding their plans for the technology. Until today. In a formal announcement sent to Gamezebo, the multinational mobile-social gaming giant marked May 23rd as the kick-off for the GREE platform. Also known as? World domination, phase B.

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Zombie Farm 2 Review: It looks like this classic twist on the farm sim genre still has some life

May 23, 2012

Back in 2010, there was an iOS app that challenged a Farmville-crazed nation with a bold proclamation: why just grow plants when you can grow plants and invading zombies? These worlds came from the proud mouths of Playforge, and their eventual multi-million-download app, Zombie Farm. Two years later, amidst rumors of Zynga stepping their farm up to a second version, it’s Playforge’s turn to beat them to the punch. Introducing Zombie Farm 2.

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