Interviewed by a fellow TICGN writerhttps://www.ticgn.com/indie-spotlight-dynamite-alex/
(Written by TICGN's CRISTIAN REYES)
Welcome to TiC’s Indie Spotlight where we will highlight a different indie game on a regular basis that we think deserves your attention. This feature will also showcase the developers behind the magic that is put into the games that captivate our hearts. The indie game scene has seen a huge spike in support and success over the last few years. All well deserved, as indie developers have been putting their heart and soul into their projects to the point that many titles released over the past few years have arguably provided a better experience than many of the high profile AAA games being released.
So without further ado, let’s get started by highlighting this week’s game: Dynamite Alex and the developer behind this title, Ryan Silberm
Candystand Contest! WIN DIGITAL GAMES!!Hey, Internet! This is Ryan, and I have not a giveaway, but a contest to announce.
So, as you might know, I am probably the biggest fan of the browser games on Candystand.com and Nabiscoworld.com. You can read more about my obsessions here: https://www.ticgn.com/retro-flashback-candystand-com/
Anyway, I thought that since Candystand has held contests throughout its lifetime, I could try and do one of my own with a few of its games! Players will get to play any or all of the three games that'll serve as the basis for the contest. The winners will receive digital games as prizes!
First, the qualifications:
1) You must send me a screenshot or video recording (preferably the latter if you want bonus points) of your session with the game(s) you played. The screenshot/video must contain the final results of your score.
2) You must spread word abo
Review: Mario and Luigi Paper Jam (3DS)https://www.ticgn.com/review-mario-luigi-paper-jam-3ds/
It’s been out for about ten whole months here in North America, but I suppose it’s better late than never to cover this game. Anyway, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is the fifth installment in AlphaDream’s thirteen-year old RPG series. As can be indicated by the title the major hook is that the series has crossed over with fellow MarioRPG series, Paper Mario…or so we are told. If you’re expecting this to be like any Paper Mario installment, you will be setting yourself up for disappointment. This is, first and foremost, a Mario & Luigi game. It pains me to know that the people behind the modern Paper Mario games don’t know that there are major differences between the two serie
Retro Flashback: Namco Museum serieshttps://www.ticgn.com/retro-flashback-namco-museum-series/
Yes, I’m going to be talking about Pac-Man again! Kind of. I’m really going to talk about a whole slew of franchises. Namco Museum is a collection of games from Namco’s past. In fact, it’s an entire series by itself. From the original Playstation to the Xbox 360 and Wii, this series has been around and it has brought plenty of Namco arcade classics to whatever home console each installment lands on. For this Retro Flashback, I’m going to discuss every single entry in the series and see if they’ve held up over the years.
Let’s start with the Playstation titles. From the initial release in 1996 to the final one which came out just one year later, that’s a whopping five volumes! It seems to be planned out, though. If you were to obtain all of the volumes in their cases, they would spell out Namco’s logo. It’s a nice touch even if this
No Return - Prologue update 2.0"Year 2036 A.C., a World-wide crisis began to spread in every nation, like a plague, all economies broke...one by one. The riches became poor, the medium class lost everything and the poor ones starved to death. Then, Civil wars, created by the economic masses, began inside the nations and there's no goverment nor religion that could control it. Next, the 'nations' started wars between themselves for territory, the ones that had acess to advanced tecnology had the advantage and the known nations started to fade away. Depending on the source, those events are called by 'World War III' or 'The End of the known world'. All that took aproximately 227 years, meanwhile, 40%(approximate) of global population was lost.
Stories says that a fault, called San Andreas, exploded from inside, like an atomic bomb but underground. At the same instant, world-wide disasters happened: insane earthquakes, gigant tsunamis, volcanos exploding and awaking; s
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