The people who play the games of Facebook are creative; but, games that encourage creativity through user-generated content are few and far between. Wedding Street breaks this mold from the very beginning. Do not let the name fool you; this is no click-fest to get to the wedding on time. Your job, should you take it, is to create the perfect wedding: from designing the perfect cake to the most glamorous dress; from a reception so regal a prince would luxuriate in celebration to the simplest, most petite and elegant bouquet of flowers to ever grace a bride's hand. At your fingertips are a multitude of choices as each item is made from scratch, by you - no templates, no guides. Each color, flower, and pattern will be chosen by you to make the lucky couple happy on their special day.
- There are very few titles that can carry the description "casual strategy." Fewer still are online multiplayer and in real-time. Add in old west steam punk for the setting and I can say with near 100% assurance that only a single fits this description. That's right, you guessed it - Bang! Howdy
- I have a secret: I really like collectible card games. I like the strategy, the lore behind the cards, the way they work together even after expansions, and I especially like getting together with friends. However, I really dislike building the decks, waiting on friends to get together, and spending the money to get the cards to make the right decks.
- It remains to be seen if a Harry Potter virtual world will ever see the light of day, but even without Mr. Potter and the Weasleys nothing says we can't all be the wizard (or witch) of our dreams. Let's face it, we all dream of it at some level or another. You can deny it but the sheer popularity of The Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Narnia and countless other tales proves that a leetle part of you loves magic. KingsIsle's Wizard101 delivers in grandiose style on those yearnings for the mage in all of us.
- Back when PopCap was still synonymous with nothing more than Bejeweled, and long before Johnny Depp had perfected his Jack Sparrow swagger, a small development team of six were creating one of the most unique massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) on the market today.
- As someone who has spent many academic hours studying human behavior I could write pages explaining why humans like slot machines. Or, I could just say, "They are really fun - particularly when you win!" Egg Breaker, a nifty little title on Facebook which has held my attention since November, curbs all of my slot machine impulses. Ok, well, most of them.