Archive for the ‘Geek Peeks’ Category
Supernatural: “Trial and Error” Review
Last Updated on Monday, 18 February 2013 04:45 Written by ClassicT Monday, 18 February 2013 05:30
Warning! Spoilers Below.
Season 8 has been a great season so far. I almost forgot there was an interesting story because I was getting lost in joy with the side story episodes. The brother’s have had to deal with a fairy, a Knight of-Hell demon, a Jewish golem versus Nazi necromancers, and those were just a part of the side story episodes that avoided the main plot about tablets. Read more: Supernatural: “Trial and Error” Review
Arrow: “The Odyssey” Review
Last Updated on Monday, 18 February 2013 04:40 Written by ClassicT Monday, 18 February 2013 04:40
Warning! Spoilers below
One of the best parts about Arrow has been the flashbacks showing us how Oliver survived on the island. So when this episode turned out to be mostly flashback moments with Slade Wilson and Oliver, I was very happy. Read more: Arrow: “The Odyssey” Review
The Walking Dead Returns with “The Suicide King”
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 03:33 Written by ClassicT Thursday, 14 February 2013 03:32
Warning, this article contains spoilers! You have been warned.
The Walking Dead was only halfway through season 3 when it left us wondering what would happen to Merle and Daryl after they were labeled terrorists. A lot of what happened at Woodbury was a little confusing and disappointing, but the prison offered many interesting moments.
Rick and the gang still had enough bullets and smoke grenades to rescue Daryl and, to no ones satisfaction, Merle. Merle actually helps them escape by helping them get through the fence. Despite Merle’s help, Rick knew that bringing him along would probably end in disaster, especially after the special treatment Glenn and Maggie received. Merle, seeing that the group won’t take him, decided to leave. Daryl, not wanting to lose his brother, sticks with Merle. Not even his worries for Carol could stop him. Read more: The Walking Dead Returns with “The Suicide King”
P-I-N-G-O And Pingo Was Its Name-O
Last Updated on Wednesday, 6 February 2013 03:55 Written by Laddie13 Wednesday, 6 February 2013 03:55
What is Pingo you ask? Well it’s an addictive and fun game that is a poker, bingo hybrid. Pingo uses a standard 52-card deck, on a 5×5 grid. Points are generated by getting poker hands within the grid in any direction, including vertical, horizontal and diagonal. Pingo’s early inception includes two game-play modes, Casual that will let you play through all cards without the restraint of time and Speed Mode which will garner more points and multipliers the quicker you play them. If you are like me and aren’t the best with poker hands, fear not, there’s also a few tutorial levels to point you in the right direction.
Pingo was developed by Eve Park and her 1-Pup Games developing team for the OUYA. If you are unaware of the OUYA it’s the upcoming Android based console that not only boasts a low-cost for consumers but is also very indie-developer friendly. The mobile games we love so much will finally make their way to the big screens of our TV‘s through OUYA. There will also be the added bonus of having a controller.
Pingo is also currently a contender in the OUYA Create Contest. Pingo is one of 166 games vying for the title of OUYA Create Contest winner. Please check out the video after the article, it will help Eve (AKA The Girl With The Blue Hair) and her developing team at 1-Pup Games in bringing one of the most addictive games better and more content. Read more: P-I-N-G-O And Pingo Was Its Name-O