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Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Walkthrough

Apr 15, 2014

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a city-building / simulation game from TinyCo. In this game, you take charge of the resurrection of Quahog, which has been flattened by Peter Griffin's antics.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you make your town an almost-pleasant place to live.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

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Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Review

Apr 15, 2014

The Simpsons: Tapped Out was released for iOS in the first quarter of spring 2012, and later on Android in 2013. Not only has the Springfield-themed city-building game remained a consistently popular download since its launch dates, but it's also one of the top-monetizing free games on the App Store and Google Play.

So it's not at all surprising that TinyCo looked over in EA's direction and said, "Say - look at what they're doing!" before taking pictures and frantically scribbling on a pad of paper. What is surprising is that it's taken this long for a Simpsons-style mobile game to get wrapped up in a Family Guy skin and slapped on the digital market.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Sadly, the wait hasn't been worth it. With its aggressive panhandling for in-app purchases, long wait times, and (mostly) flat jokes, playing Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is as sad as watching Rupert the teddy bear grow soggy in a torrential rainstorm.

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The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 - A Crooked Mile Walkthrough

Apr 14, 2014

Episode Three of The Wolf Among Us is a point-and-click adventure game created by Telltale Games.  In this game, you take on the role of Bigby Wolf, a tough law enforcer who tries to keep the peace among New York’s fantastic population of "Fables." Episode Three sends Bigby Wolf and Snow White on the trail of suspected murderer, Ichabod Crane. Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 - A Crooked Mile

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Trials Frontier Review

Apr 10, 2014

The world wrapped around Trials Frontier is full of dust, rocks, and rust. Only the bravest, hardiest souls are capable of taming the land from the backs of their bikes. They ride hard while their motors rasp through the shimmering heat. They leap for glory, pop wheelies for justice…

…and then are forced to sit on the sidelines while their depleted fuel stocks slowly refill. They tap their feet and check their watch while an instrumental rendition of "Spanish Flea" pipes from the background.

Trials Frontier

Trials Frontier from RedLynx and Ubisoft is a mobile iteration of the Trials biking series. There was some worry about what that would entail, and it turns out said worries aren't totally unjustified. Trials Frontier has an intriguing setting, a good sense of humor and lots of stunt bike action, but its free-to-play trappings are sure to turn off hardcore fans of the Trials games.

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Trials Frontier Walkthrough

Apr 10, 2014

Trials Frontier is a stunt racing / biking game from Ubisoft. In this game, you ride a bike through an apocalyptic Western setting while performing stunts and trying to get the best of a nasty racer named Butch.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you ride like the wind.

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Hello Hero Review

Mar 28, 2014

As modern games get tougher, greyer, and grittier, we can count on Korean-made role-playing games to get cuter. Hello Hero, a free-to-play social RPG by Fincon, might be the most adorable game to exist up to this point thanks to its myriad recruitable monsters. The ability to sway baddies onto your side makes Hello Hero a fun game to settle into for a while, though character growth can be excruciatingly slow if you're not willing to pay for it.

Hello Hero

Hello Hero takes place in a monster-plagued world that's troubled by demon worship. Heroes are needed to put things right. Preferably, a lot of heroes led by you.

Your party travels across several maps, each one marked with battlefields. When a battlefield is entered, your heroes stand on the lower left side of the screen, while the bad guys stand on the upper right side (as is proper custom). The heroes and monsters then exchange blows.

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Hello Hero Walkthrough

Mar 27, 2014

Hello Hero is a social role-playing game from Fincon. In this game, you recruit heroes to help you fight back against hordes of demon-worshipping enemies.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you get a good start on making pals with other heroes.

Hello Hero

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Smash Hit Review

Mar 24, 2014

The problem with breaking windows is that you can only do it once. The second your projectile hits the pane with its shattering kiss, you have to cheese it or else risk getting caught by cops, guard dogs, or some guy that keeps his gun handy. There's never enough time to admire your handiwork.

Smash Hit by Mediocre is a first-person shooting / throwing game that really lets you absorb the sights, sounds, and sheer pleasure of shattering glass. You can do it over and over - in fact, you must do it over and over if you want to survive - and the sensation never gets old.

Smash Hit

As soon as you hit "Start," you automatically glide down a series of crystalline hallways. You have but one mission: Wreck everything. 

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Smash Hit Walkthrough

Mar 23, 2014

Smash Hit is an arcade shooting game from Mediocre. In this game, you progress through levels by throwing metal balls and smashing everything in sight.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you get a good start on committing soothing acts of vandalism.

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Bridge Constructor Review

Mar 14, 2014

Bridge Constructor by HeadUp Games is a bridge-building mobile game that lets you exercise your physics prowess. It also offers a strong, important reminder: Not everyone is cut out for building bridges. It's OK for a bridge to fall apart on your screen, but in real life, smiling sheepishly and shrugging while cars plummet into ravines simply isn't acceptable.

So, if you don't know anything about engineering, is it still worth giving Bridge Constructor a go? Sure it is. The game challenges you to build serviceable bridges. There's no need for them to pass any hoity-toity government inspections. If the whole shebang collapses but the cars driving across manage to outrun the destruction, the point's still yours. No jail time!

Bridge Constructor

Each level of Bridge Constructor offers up a gap that must be bridged (it turns out an earthquake has shaken all the world's previous bridges to dust). Your supplies include concrete gates, girders, cables, and plain old wood. 

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