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  • Tuesday, November 24, 2015 - 4:58pm

    125 million people play mobile games regularly in the US and the UK alone. That's 14 million more than the number of people who watch the Super Bowl. And that number continues to grow. It's not to say that mobile gaming has finally surpassed PC gaming, but it certainly has taken over console gaming in popularity. To put it in perspective, Microsoft has only sold about 67 million Xbox 360's worldwide. In a recent survey just 18 percent said that they played games on consoles while 33 percent said they play games on phones. 46 percent of all time spent playing video games was on mobile devices. 40 percent of adults that took the survey had played at least one mobile game in the past month. The same trend is true for online casino gaming; sites like have invested heavily in their mobile platforms.

         So why does the popularity of mobile gaming continue to grow? Convenience is one factor. Gamers can play on the go, when they have time. Often this is during downtime such as commute on a train or waiting for an appointment. You can play mobile games when and where you want where you cannot with traditional gaming platforms.

        Investment is another key factor. Most people already have a gaming-capable mobile phone or other mobile device. As such, further investment in a console or upgraded computer is not needed. Mobile gamers can simply download and start playing. This lack of investment is also a factor in why free-to-play gamers are so popular with mobile gamers.

         Game makers are certainly taking notice of the mobile trend. More and more investment is going into making games that are mobile friendly and less into development on traditional platforms. This is not to say the traditional gaming is dead. By no means. But the future of gaming certainly looks mobile.

  • Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 5:52pm

    The idea to write an article about the most unpleasant and even annoying features of individual online casinos arose immediately. It gradually originated in the process of writing numerous reviews of various gambling establishments operating in the vast World Wide Web. Some nuances initially perceived as an exception to the rule.

  • Monday, November 9, 2015 - 6:17pm

    On the go and got some time on your hands? Maybe that's the perfect time to check out a new mobile game. We've rounded up some of the newer mobile games we found interesting for your gaming pleasure. We haven't had a chance to review them yet; if anyone wants to write a review and let the world know what you think send it on over!



  • Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 1:08pm

    Two new games have come our way which we thought were worth mentioning; Book of Ra & Elvenar.

    Book of Ra is all about the old Egypt, with the player the role of the valiant and fearless researcher by an old legend, a book with it in the mystic forces. The researchers set out on the journey from America to Egypt to the book deep inside the pyramids and tombs of the ancient Egyptians. Sink into the player on the search for the great book in the environment and ancient Egyptian mythology, during their expedition many adventures. You can play games like Book Of Ra at

    In Elvenar you will find yourself in a mythical fantasy world. This beautiful fantasy city builder lets you choose to play as either elves or humans. Your task as the ruler of the town is to help your people prosper. While the mystic elves command powerful magic, which shows in both their creatures and their buildings, humans exhibit a strong connection to medieval weaponry. You can check out Elvenar here.

  • Wednesday, April 1, 2015 - 3:51pm

    Video games owe a great deal to gambling. After all the concept of gaming was developed over hundreds of years, reaching a more complex form that today encompasses storytelling, interactivity, sophisticated controls and gameplay. It is only logical that online gaming would look for new ideas and successful franchises within the video game industry. With slots being the easiest form of online gaming to make an actual port of an existing video game, you will find the majority of famous video game themes and characters represented in this particular genre of online gaming.

    The idea isn't new and is not slowing any time soon. One of the first online slots to launch with characters (theme) from a video game was Tomb Raider by Microgaming. This 5 reel, 15 pay-lines slot featured the character of Lara Croft, one of the most famous gaming heroines which is the main character in over 7 sequels, and a reboot from 2013.

    The slot itself is fairly simple and offers many nods to the character and the world of Tomb Raider - the symbols, fee spins, bonus mode and more are all showcasing familiar scenes / locations and items from the games.


    Hitman is another video game franchise which is extremely popular today and which has a slot machine that borrows both the name and the theme. It is a 5-reel, 15-payline game which features symbols, bonus games and more inspired by the notorious Agent 47 - a clone bred for only one purpose: assassination. Players and fans of the game can enjoy playing this slot with HItman's favorite arsenal of weapons as well as sleek graphics and animations. Just imagine how cool it is to play for 1 hour free as the Hitman himself?

    There are more online slot games that are using a famous video game trademark like the Call of Duty slots which has take the World War II experience from Activision's epic first person shooter franchise and turned it into an interesting video slot variation. Street Fighter also has its own slot game where making combos and punching other fighters is recreated by spinning for the right symbols so you can take on a greater challenge and win the jackpot.

    Overall, the quality of gambling titles is increasing thanks to the updated and new mechanics (and themes) incorporated from video games. In time (and as the next generation of gamblers takes its course) we might see even more complex and interactive games that will blur the line between the two industries.



  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 11:00am

     Sparta: War of Empires has reached 1 million players online. Set in the 5th century BC, the ancient world of Greece is in turmoil, under threat from Xerxes and his giant Persian Empire, whole cities are crumbling under the weight of his army. This is a world where politics and diplomacy prove as sharp as the blades of combat. Few men have dared to rise against Xerxes and his invading armies. The people need a hero – someone to stand up and unite Greece in the battle against his empire.

  • Friday, May 17, 2013 - 9:30am

    ArenaNet has announced that after eight years, Guild Wars, has officially ended. From here on out, the Automated Tournament System will kick in, as well as an automated map rotation system. With the continued development and support of Guild Wars 2, it essentially makes sense that the developer is finally phasing out its flagship and popular MMO Guild Wars.


  • Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 2:00pm

    Torn, the world's largest text based browser game is continuing to grow, becoming a monster in its class.                                           

  • Tuesday, October 16, 2012 - 12:48pm

    Yo Ho, Ahoy and Avast! KingsIsle Entertainment today launched its second game Pirate101, the highly anticipated follow-up title to the massively successful Wizard101. The game enables players to take the helm of their very own pirate ship and explore a grand story of intrigue and mystery. The vast and breathtaking skyways of the Spiral are now open for adventure!

    Arrrrr! Play Pirate101 Now!

  • Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 11:01pm

     New data from Juniper Research has found that more than 1 in 10 adults worldwide will engage in some form of mobile or online gambling by 2019, with the UK and Italy seeing nearly half of adults involved on the activity by that time.

    Licensed Services Soar in US

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