Tags : Time

The Ethics Of Time Travel In Animal Crossing

Like previous entries in the series, Animal Crossing: New Horizons locks all kinds of progress and events to the progression of real world time. Changing your Switch system clock is an incredibly easy way to circumvent this, but whether you SHOULD change it is a topic of much debate. Please enjoy the video above where […]Read More

Carcassonne is now available for iOS once again, this time

In mid-February TheCodingMonkey’s announced that their iOS version of Carcassonne would be removed from the App Store after their contract with Hans im Glück came to an end. They also mentioned that it would be replaced with Asmodee Digital’s interpretation of the board game, which is now available for iOS. Asmodee Digital is no stranger […]Read More

Race against time: The complex task of developing a vaccine

Credit: CC0 Public Domain LMU virologist Gerd Sutter talks about the complex task of developing a vaccine against the new coronavirus—and the approach he has adopted, which is already being tested against the related coronavirus MERS. The whole world is waiting for a vaccine against the new coronavirus. How is your research progressing? Sutter: We […]Read More

App Army Assemble: Hidden Through Time – Is this the

Hidden Through Time is an adorable looking hidden object game. As the name implies, you’ll be on the hunt for various objects that have been scattered across different periods in history. Sounds like a job for more than one person, so we enlisted the help of our App Army to see what they could discover.  […]Read More

Hit JRPG Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space

Another Eden: The Cat Beyond Time and Space is one of the biggest JRPGs on mobile at the moment, and it’s about to grow even larger now that it’s launched in a further 29 countries. This one hails from WFS and aims to deliver a classic JRPG experience in a mobile-friendly package. To celebrate the […]Read More

‘Time is everything’: World braces for spread of new virus

by Carla K. Johnson In this Feb. 20, 2020, file photo, people wear masks as they commute during the morning rush hour in Chuo district in Tokyo. China’s massive travel restrictions, house-to-house checks, huge isolation wards and lockdowns of entire cities bought the world valuable time to prepare for the global spread of the new […]Read More

Shadow Seven gets a new update in time for its

Shadow Seven has been out for a little while now but it never was a global game, until now that is. Neptune Company announced that the game will now be available worldwide for everyone to enjoy.  If you’re new to Shadow Seven, it’s a strategy game where you’ll pit yourself against other players in PvP […]Read More

Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ Cindered Shadows Is A Challenging Good

Fire Emblem: Three Houses went big by providing three different perspectives to see its larger story unfold. Now we have one more in the Ashen Wolves, but it comes with its own self-contained story. Cindered Shadows is the final piece of the Fire Emblem: Three Houses expansion pass, providing the most substantial piece of content […]Read More

Satisfy your yearning for a simpler time with Superbox’s new

Classic Blast is the latest colour matching game from Superbox and it’s out now for both iOS and Android. It features a retro-styled theme that’s inspired by objects from the 1970s and 80s that helps it stand out from the crowd of cutesy characters normally found in the genre. Instead, there will be jukeboxes, radios, […]Read More

Angry Birds Tennis launches into early access for iOS for

Angry Birds Tennis very quietly snuck out onto the US App Store last week. As the name suggests, it’s a tennis game featuring the cast of Rovio’s incredibly popular Angry Birds series, which makes it especially odd that I don’t recall hearing about it prior to seeing news of its early access launch over on […]Read More