Happy Easter Everyone!!

Happy Easter Everyone!!!

I want to wish everyone a very Happy Easter I hope you get lots of Chocolate from the Easter Bunny!

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Since this is a holiday weekend I thought I would post some cool games that maybe someone would be interested in playing and first we have a game for Linux (But also available for OSX and Windows) Heroes of Newerth Heroes of Newerth is an action RPG game, based on the popular Warcraft III mod map named Defence of the Ancients (dota). It may be the only choice for linux dota lovers, but thankfully it is the best we could have. This game offers the best “dota” experience, using beautiful graphics and optical effects, atmospheric sounds and music, stable multiplayer with a lot of choices for the player and above all it is free to play (you can buy some extras with real money). This game is evolving with constant update packs every week, and is now already very mature and linux-supportive. It will only get better through this year…must-play. Read all about it at the Web Site Here is a video so you can get an idea of the game play.

The next game is SuperTux
SuperTux is a classic 2D jump’n run sidescroller game in a style similar to the original Super Mario games covered under the GPL. The Milestone 1 release of SuperTux features:

  • 9 enemies
  • 26 playable levels
  • Software and OpenGL rendering modes
  • Configurable joystick and keyboard input
  • New music
  • Completely redone graphics

SuperTux is available for Windows, Linux, MacOSX.

The next game is for ios and it is Solomon’s Keep By Raptisoft. Description: Near the town of Dead Hawg, past the Grimwood, at the very PEAK of Mount Awful, there stands a crumbling tower of mortar and stone. Deep within this foul edifice, the blackest necromancer of modern times, Solomon Dark, sits on his horrible throne. As a near graduate of the Wizarding College, your final exam is to storm Solomon’s Keep. Dispatch the dark wizard, loot his evil possessions, unbind his horrific minions, and prove to your teachers once and for all that you’re not as stupid as you look. In Solomon’s Keep, you move your wizard with one thumb, and fire magic spells with the other. As you destroy enemies, you earn experience points. Gain enough experience, and you’ll gain a level, and can select new skills to help you ascend the tower. Along the way you’ll find gold and magic items. Your helpful teachers are there to explain the ins and outs of wizarding, sell you a few useful items, and even give you a few tips to improve your skills. Along the way you’ll encounter Solomon’s skeletons, zombies, imps, and more. You might even encounter an undead king, and Solomon’s meticulously reconstructed maggot vomiting skeletal dragon. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.Requires iOS 3.1 or later. You’ll have a chance to master 21 skills and wield over 50 magic, rare, and epic weapons.
With random dungeons and monsters, Solomon’s Keep offers infinite replayability. It’s never the same game twice!
If you’re fond of action RPGs, Solomon’s Keep will satisfy your black heart. Note: This App may perform poorly at times on first generation machines, due to advanced rendering and special effects. And the last game is a Android game Goldminerv1.9 “Gold Miner” Classic Reproduction! The game requires your keen observation, flexible manipulation, endless intelligence, as well as exceptional endurance. You can mine endless treasures of gold in the crypt to be a new richer.

GoldMiner

All of the above games are free I hope that you enjoy them and I hope everyone has a very Happy Easter enjoy spending time with your families and friends and I wish for safe travels for everyone. 🙂

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