Zombies are everywhere today. Not literally, thankfully, but there can be no denying that the craze itself has stumbled into mainstream visibility in the recent years, almost becoming a genre in and of itself. With that in mind, we look at what made these brain-hungry monsters so popular, as well as the most popular examples we see today. While the general idea of zombies had been around for a long while before the explosion in the modern media age, the origins see much of their popularity through a different avenue. This is the concept of the Egyptian mummies and life after death. It was here that the idea of the supernatural curses and practices kept our rapt attention for centuries, maintaining popularity long before zombies first shambled their first steps. These still enjoy con
Early Days Online gaming has been evolving at a rapid pace in the last few years. When the internet exploded in popularity back in the early ’90s, a few gaming companies started to look to the future of what gaming could become. An early adopter of the internet was Never winter Nights which is an RPG game based on Dungeons and Dragons and it was the very first multiplayer RPG game that could be played online. It was the very first game that took advantage of the internet’s capabilities and allowed players to compete with each other and test their skill against one another. FPS games where next in line to adopt the internet in order to match players all over the world. Games like Doom and Quake gained massive popularity in their time for their faced paced shooting and competit
A feeling of nostalgia grips you on the mention of retro games. A sense of simplicity, shorter gameplay with challenges make retro games close to the heart. Even in this age of League of Legends or Hearthstone, retro games are still loved by gamers. Also known as “classic games” or “old school games”, these games are developed between 1970’s to early 2000s and include video games, console games, and personal computing games too. With the transition from 2D to 3D games, retro games paved way for the new age internet games like 24X7 rummy games played online with multiple players. While these retro games never fail to bring a smile on our face, take a look at the some of the most popular retro games that people enjoyed playing before the advent of 24X7 games like online rummy games.
2017 is a year of great changes in video gaming. Rankings for midyear prove that players would love new experiences but they are not ready to leave some old favorites. 2017 popular video game plots The Legend of Zelda (Breath of the wild) This video game was extremely popular that it even outsold its console. It sold 2.76 million Nintendo switch version copies by the end of March. The switch within that time sold at 2.74 million units. It is a game that is highly rated and it contains lots of surprises. Breath of the wild is a section of The legend of Zelda series. It follows an amnesiac main character link that wakes from a 100 years slumber to a strange voice that leads him to beat Calamity Ganon before ruining the Hyrule kingdom. Its mechanics and gameplay encompass the game’
Video games are good. Gaming improves reflexes, critical thinking and also benefits several other stuff. But it is the real driver for body damage. It worsens physical fitness and in many cases lead to paralysis too. Lower back pain is a big issue with it. However, you don’t need to worry a lot and enjoy the less. Below are some tips how to keep yourself fit amid playing video games: Back pain cause Human body craves variety and feeding it with one posture for long can become harmful to the joints and muscles. While gaming we hardly think about correct body posture and back pain complain starts thereafter with strain or sprain in one of the muscles. If you damage the disks in the spine, it is more dangerous. It is caused by bending motions where the back is not straight but ro
The first few months of 2017 saw release of some of the best video games including few of the much awaited ones. Much more is yet to come by the end of the year. Below are couple of those games, exclusively selected for our readers, which are worth buying. Night in the Woods The single-player adventure game, Night in the Woods, is a story of a 20-year-old college dropout, Mae, who returns back to her hometown where economy is stagnant after closure of coal mines. She meets her old friends and learns one of them have mysteriously disappeared. It is an exploration game and players have control on Mae, the cat in fact, and can make decisions to affect the course of the story. It is pretty special game that says something about life, something about transformation from a celeb...