One could argue that Mosaic is a game that describes life at its finest. Here you won't find anyone cooking for you. There are deliveries and bills and they aren't paying for themselves. Is this a game or real life?
Even if it's only a demo version, we can't miss the dark, cold, and feelingless environment. No one cares for you, except for your mother, but she only cares enough to invite you to your dad's birthday. No one looks at you, well they don't have eyes, but they still ignore you. For some unknown reasons, you will find a goldfish, which can talk. And, you can take him to work - it's the only thing that will break the sadness this game will present. Your job is strange, weird, and hard, but still, you're not the best and the boss makes sure you know that. He sends you random texts about how bad you are and how good others are.
Getting out of this sadness is easy - you just break a window that...
Developed by Mojang, this cubic game has won our heart since it's very beginning. Some people hated the game for it's "old and ugly" graphics, but isn't that the thing that kept us into it? With over 91 million players, it has to have its secrets. Or. Maybe it is just its charisma. Either way, the numbers don't lie.
The start of every new world is the same: punch wood, make stone tools, and find a shelter or make a bed. Then you start mining for resources, especially Diamonds. From there on out, though, the rest becomes our own story. You have the freedom of expressing yourself in unique architectural designs or the basic "Box" house. You can build a sky scrapper, an underground bunker or, if you find one of the many hidden treasures, you can start your aquatic base. The resources are seemingly limitless in the game, as it is the world.
While it might seem like it at first, and all of those videos of people building crazy things don't help, the...
If you don't remember this game, we don't blame you as it was easily forgotten after its Alpha Launch back in 2013. However, it's finally about to be released on Steam and we can't be more excited now that we've gotten a chance to play it all over again.
The first time I started the game, I thought it was a Minecraft rip-off, and I'm sure the same can be said for other minecraft fans too - after all, that game is still pretty hot. And, that first impression isn't surprising. Cube World is a large world with lots and lots of cubes, just like Minecraft. As you go through to the game, though, you'll be able to see the difference is huge from the unbraking environment to the crafting methods or recipes. Needless to say, don't judge a book by its cover.
Yes; you have to go and pick up resources, but they can't be obtained from anywhere. Explore the large forests and maybe you will find logs and cotton, both of which...
A fantasy, science fiction, post-apocalyptic, western world; at least that's how I can describe the world of this third-person shooter. You begin your journey clean and bare, as the game begins with your customized character on an island wearing only your basic cloth, a small backpack, and a rusty sword. A helpful tutorial starts right away to show you the basic moves and exercises while you fight with some tress-people on steroids called Root.
As you may have already guessed, the Root have conquered the Earth. To reclaim the freedom of the planet you must cut the life out of the main root, and the only way is by destroying the heart, which will eradicate all of the other Roots that run free across Earth. Finding the root is simple: It's in a tower nearby Ward 13. Is so simple, isn't it? Well, it's not, because the only person that knows how to get you there can't be found. The person you need to find goes by the name "The Founder".
Despite the fact that you...