SpongeBob Moves In is all about city building, so if you’ve played these games before the mechanics will be familiar. Developed by Nickelodeon, it’s a polished game that moves along nicely, offering a nice mix of challenges without being overly difficult, which should suit casual gamers just fine.Read More
Wonder what it’s like to live in small town America? Let this band’s ‘egos’ tell you like it is.
Composed of five members – Marilu Wiesner for voice and banjo, Alissa Chen for drums, violin, and bass, Wilson Dean for guitar, and Johnny Wittnebel for bass, drums, and voice – dUPONd DUPONt are showing everyone that suburban sarcasm isn’t as dull as everyone thinks.Read More
VivaVideo from QuVideo is a free video editor, so what makes it different from the rest? For one thing it allows you to make videos with storyboards and even use slow motion effects, and you don’t need to do a lot of editing. With it you can quickly make a video story you can share with friends even if you’re not an expert.Read More
The Path to Luma from NRG Energy proves that games with a message can be enjoyable and entertaining. NRG Energy is a company devoted to clean energy, and they’ve come up with a cool game to get their point across. You play SAM, an androgynous robot whose objective is to remove pollution, harness sustainable energy while providing power for different planets.Read More