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After funding their next project “The Frankenstein Wars” on Kickstarter last month, this September Cubus Games is celebrating the 1st anniversary of their sci-fi gamebook Heavy Metal Thunder, and wanted to share a contest with fans to celebrate the occasion.

If you grew up in the ‘80s, you probably have a soft spot for vector graphics. From the wonders of the Vectrex to TV’s Automan, everybody thought the future would be made of 3D wireframes bathed in neon blue.

Are you a fan of army building and strategic combat? If so, you’ll be happy to know that TEMPLAR BATTLEFORCE (the fourth game set in Trese Brothers Games’ *Star Traders* sci-fi universe) will land on Steam next Tuesday, September 22:

Like most people these days, I spend a lot of time on my phone, so it’s only natural that it is how I kill all of my downtime. Most of the time I’m just browsing the web or updating my status on social media. Lately I have had a new addiction – Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.

In my previous review of the SoundPeats wireless earphones, I mentioned that I am not an audiophile. I can only pickup differences between the simplest formats and even then only when a particular compression artifact or distortion already plainly obvious to anyone else in the room.

I am such a fan of word games, so Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey by Bacon Bandit Games was right up my alley. Basically, you play a little Grim Reaper character, Grimm (later, you can choose from Grimm or Rose, his cute, ponytailed associate), and you follow a simple story line of his quest to get pizza.

I remember not too long ago that I really got hooked on a puzzle game called Threes. In that game, you swipe your finger left-right-up-down to move squares around your screen.

Several months ago, we released a review on a entertaining action/adventure, card-based mobile game called Cards and Castles. Today, indie game studio Bit Mass, LLC released a major update for it.

Angry Birds 2 iOS App Review 1

Have you missed the sound of birds screaming through the air right before destroying a fortress of thieving pigs? I know I have. Before Angry Birds, I was never been big on playing games on my iPhone.

Monster® the world leader in high-performance headphones, announced at E3 a partnership with Johnathan ‘Fatal1ty’ Wendel, 12x world champion gamer and founder of the award winning collection of Fatal1ty Gaming Gear products.

InstaKitty 3D is one such virtual pet simulator that allows you to take care of a cat without having the responsibility of a living creature. These simulators can be a great deal of fun especially when you have several cats to play with.

Hey, everyone! My name is Travis and welcome to my first article on MacSources. I play a lot of games and I’m looking forward to sharing some time with you.
Earlier in the week, one of the editors approached me with a question that immediately brightened my day:

Freehold Games’ Sproggiwood is now available on the world’s two most popular mobile platforms! An overwhelmingly cute (and devilishly challenging) roguelike for phones and tablets, Sproggiwood can now be purchased for $9.99 from the App Store and Google Play — free of any in-app purchases or ads. This is as premium as premium gets and a perfect match to the original PC game.

Save the Children, the world’s leading independent organization for children, has teamed up with international developer of iOS and Android-based entertainment and edutainment applications, Good Game Productions, to launch an all new charity-focused game, Sustainaville.

Kingdom Siege is a fun, exciting MMO with unique battles. There are a lot of MMOs out there. At first,…

SongArc brings your favorite songs to life. Several years ago, my friends and I were enamored with games like Rock…

Dreamslide Plus for iOS

Dreamslide Plus combines drawing and physics into a endless runner style game. Developer, Guilherme Alves, brings physics and drawing together in…