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Here’s another chance to get Mega Lucario in Pokemon Shuffle

Mega Lucario is back in Pokemon Shuffle! Certain Mega Stones can only be acquired via special events in the 3DS free-to-play game. If you want Lucarionite, you have to earn it by being the master of a certain special stage. Back in March 2015, people had their first chance to see if they could be more »

Trine 3: Artifacts of Power Preview: Arguing with myself

What does it take to make an environmental puzzler? In spite of how easy the question is—you need an environment and you need puzzles—developer Frozenbyte has been one of the few studios to continue answering it. They’ve done so with their Trine series, which is now coming up on its third installment, Artifacts of Power. But while the more »

Candy Crush Saga is in Windows 10, whether you like it or not

Are you giving Windows 10 the sort of look you’d give a piece of dead fish that your dog, despite all of your attempts to get him to stop, continues to roll around in? You’re likely not alone. It’s a common claim that every other release of Windows is utterly horrible and, if you consider more »

The golems are coming to Pokemon Shuffle, so go catch Regirock

Still playing Pokemon Shuffle? I’m not surprised if you are. Nintendo’s doing a good job of adding new events to the game to keep people coming back, as well as new levels. The most recent addition is bringing more legendaries into the game. I hope you like golems, because Regirock is here! Pokemon Shuffle‘s Regirock more »

Surprise! There’s a new Pushmo game, and it’s out now (in Japan)

Seemingly out of nowhere, Nintendo simultaneously announced and released a new Pushmo game on the Japanese 3DS eShop. Titled Pushmo: Hippa Land, it offers four variations on the series’ formula, free levels to try and all the cute you can handle. The game is free to download, offering 28 free puzzles and four distinct flavors more »

Sayonara Umihara Kawase+ Review: Why do the fish have human feet?

Sayonara Umihara Kawase+ Price:$19.99 System(s): Vita Release Date: April 21, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Agatsuma Entertainment ESRB Rating: “Everyone” Yes, the fish have human feet. Why they have human feet is anyone’s guess. Why anything in Sayonara Umihara Kawase+ works the way it does is anyone’s guess. But that’s what makes it so charming. A Vita port of more »

Iconic puzzle game ‘Myst’ headed to Hulu

Look, many video game to movie or TV projects are born bad. There’s little story beyond the kidnapping of a princess, or a martial arts tournament. But an adaptation of could go almost anywhere, and potentially be a fascinating ride. Hulu seems to be in agreement. Deadline reports that Hulu has landed  the rights to more »

Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Preview: Line ‘em up

You expect certain things from demos appearing on Nintendo’s eShop. It’s a sample, which means a brief experience and perhaps even a limited number of opportunities to play. Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition defies both of these. At least, in a way it does. Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition plays like more »

Celebi shows up in Pokemon Shuffle

It’s been, what, a week since we’ve a Pokemon Shuffle event announcement, right? Seems about time for another one. Nintendo seems to think so as well, which is why Celebi is suddenly in our games, shuffling our Pokemon. Though, this event isn’t only about getting another Legendary in our roster. It’s about celebrating 3.5 million more »

Chip’s Challenge 2 is real, and coming to Steam

Yes, that’s right. Chip’s Challenge is finally getting a sequel. Why did it take so long you ask? Well, Chip’s Challenge creator Chuck Sommerville took two years developing the sequel, and in that time someone else bought the trademark for the name. The new owners wanted him to pay for the game’s publication out of more »

Affordable Space Adventures is a great touch screen reminder

When you start playing Affordable Space Adventures, your ship’s systems are largely down and you gradually put them back to use. You also do that with your Wii U’s GamePad. You’ll dust off the screen — when was the last time you touched that? — and start to get reacquainted with that interface you’ve owned for more »

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Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter looks like Marvel Puzzle Quest

I know, all these match-3 games look alike, right? But I’m being 100% honest with you here when I say Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter seems pretty darn similar to Marvel Puzzle Quest. I’m pretty confident about that assertion, despite Capcom and Beeline’s puzzle game not being officially released until June 2015. The initial screenshots don’t lie. more »