The heir to one of the greatest earworm songs in history is on its way to your smartphone. It’ll be called Tap My Katamari and it’ll be available on iOS and Android….
Wattam, by game company Funomena, is a little hard to describe. It’s the newest project by Keita Takahashi, the creator of the quirky and beloved Katamari Damacy series. Wattam takes place…
With all the new video games coming out every year, it can be easy to forget that there’s a rich history just waiting to be tapped into. Whether you’re talking Pong or The Sims, games have been bringing people together for decades. But it’s not always easy to get a hold of the highlights and lowlights from the olden days. Here’s a selection of the best retro games that are readily available. They’re best when played together, fun for all ages, and cost less than $10 via digital download stores like GOG, Steam, Nintendo’s eShop, or the PlayStation Network. Read More
We love the idea of families bonding through games—but what about when two families literally come together?
When geeks marry geeks, uniting families in geeky wedding fun can be a great idea. Let’s take a look at some of the most creative video game weddings out there.
The Katamari Damacy video games star the Prince of All Cosmos, a small boy with a funny-shaped head who, at his father’s bidding, must roll up objects with a sticky ball called a Katamari. The Katamari grows as you collect more items, and points are awarded for size and speed. The franchise is owned by Namco. Read More
Wading through the multitude of game titles for children can be daunting. Every year I struggle to find games for my nieces and nephews that are both age appropriate and challenging. Here are five games that encourage children (and their parents) to be creative: Read More