Is it even Black Friday in South Africa if people aren’t charging wildly through the doors in search of the best deals?
Game stores will be running some superb Black Friday specials, which begin as the clock ticks past midnight. We have the scoop on what’s to come.
What’s even more fun than navigating your way through Cape Town’s traffic mess, which now starts from around 2PM on a Friday? Playing the game, of course.
Chances are you’ve dished out at least one ‘lammie’ after catching someone with ‘The Circle Game’. The question is, where did it all begin?
If you have been struggling to get your head around documents like the Panama Papers, this game might just be the insight you need.
A new app, based on the real-life movements of animals around the world, plans to change the way funds are raised for animal conservation.
There are so many things to worry about when it comes to children and online trends, and this family believe the notorious Blue Whale game might have struck.
Nintendo are coming in hot with a new release that could change the way you look at your friends. Maybe not in a good way either.
Pizza Rat really made his mark on the world – some even called him the hero that New York deserves. And now, he has inspired a host of people to create in his name.
Lindsay Lohan has hit out at the world of celebrity life and taken a swipe at Kim Kardashian at the same time…Gaming really does seem to be on the rise at the moment…
Listen guys and girlfriends – it’s time to stop mooching off that average friend of yours, and get yourself your own xbox. And if there was any better time, it’s now – get R900 off, here.
“The Republican Party has won control of the Senate in the US mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final years of Barack Obama’s presidency.”
Jigsaw’s evil puppet doesn’t exactly make the best housemate. “It’s time to play a game” – are you ready?
Aimee, of the ‘What The Food’ Show on 2oceansvibe Radio (Thursdays 18h15 – 20h00) had the chance to drive out to the Stellenbosch winelands to experience the unusual offering at Villiera Wines – unusual because they include a game drive as part of the whole experience!
Kim Kardashian’s new mobile game, Kim Kardashian Hollywood, has been getting some coverage due to its ‘so bad, it’s good’ style of gameplay, but one disgruntled mother is not seeing the funny side of the game.
After reality television, perfume and just about every other thing you can think of, Kim Kardashian is now dipping her toes into the video game world.
A baby rhino who watched poachers murder his mother for her horn has been traumatised and is unable to sleep by himself since the killing.
Anyone in their thirties will remember the hours and hours spent playing Donkey Kong as a child, with a gorilla throwing barrels as your man tries to rescue a damsel in distress. This one is slightly different.
Before we begin, you should know that this whole thing is a marketing campaign for a video game. But that doesn’t mean that the data isn’t real, or that this isn’t scary as hell. The video above is a guy exploring a new website that mines the web for data that you didn’t know was publicly available. It will make you skrik.
Are you bro-enough to handle the pure awesomeness that is Broforce? Brace (broce?) your loins for utter carnage with bullets, rockets, machetes, fire and napalm, as bros fight evil terrorists with excessive violence.
The Coen Brothers have made some truly remarkable films, but none have attained the cult status of ‘The Big Lebowski,’ starring Jeff Bridges as Jeff Lebowski. The misadventures of the unemployed stoner/bowler/intellectual have been rendered into 8-bit game form for our pleasure. Even though the likelihood of this becoming an actual game is not strong, this video will pique fan’s interest for about three minutes.
This game is absolutely tearing it up on the app store charts. In just three weeks, the trivia game ‘QuizUp’ has amassed 3,5 million registered users. It reached its millionth user in just eight days. QuizUp is being called the “fastest-growing iPhone game in history.”
I’d say it’s been a good week. I’ve been enjoying my new driver, who carts me around town from one important meeting to the next – usually with people of distinction. You know, “stakeholders” and “opinion leaders.” Such is the hand I’ve been dealt.
Local mobile gaming company, Thoopid, has been working on the highly-addictive smartphone game, Snailboy, for most of 2013. As was expected, they’ve knocked this one out of the park. No wonder they’re tipped to become the ‘Rovio of Africa.’