Picker 3D (mobile)

Published by Rollic Games, Picker 3D is quite simple. Use a horseshoe-shaped object to snag balls and push them into a pit that raises it up so you can move on. You can get some power-ups that will and make it easier to collect them. The game isn’t really all that hard, but it was kind of cool to see this thing turn into a bunny and other assorted things.

The game is free and kills some time and doesn’t kill you with ads so I don’t see a reason not to give it a shot if it sounds like a bit of fun. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.


Death Coming (PS4)

Death Coming is a cute little puzzle game about a reaper that enlist the help of a recently dead person, you. You have a job, use the dangerous objects lying around to kill unsuspecting people. Different levels will require you to kill different people, and besides them, you will be required to kill a certain amount of people to kill to get medals and move on to the next level.

The way you kill people changes based on the level and can be as simple as knocking over a flower pot or as complicated as making a phone ring and removing a manhole cover or making something explode or even convincing a guy to leave a room and opening a secret door so a guard enters a hidden room so he gets caught by a jealous boyfriend visiting his hidden love.

The game isn’t very long but it is cheap and honestly is good for a laugh so it is worth picking up. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Kerbal Space Program 2 Delayed

As reported by PC Gamer sadly Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed from the fiscal year 2020 to the fiscal year 2021 for Take-Two Interactive. This may not be as bad as it seems but it may be brutal as FY 2021 goes from April 1st, 2020 until March 31st, 2021. That is a pretty big gap, to be honest, so if it is just a few months we are pretty ok, but it could be a year. Tho it is more important the game works. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Transport Fever 2 Launches December 11th on Steam

From Good Shephard Entertainment and Urban Games’ comes their ambitious new title, Transport Fever 2. There will be over 170 years of transport technology that you build as you watch your empire grow. Check out the trailer and some screenshots below, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.