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Wednesday, 12 September 2018 11:52

Weekly Time Waster - ‘Madden Mobile 2018’

It’s a new year, and with each new year, brings us a hopefully exciting new season of NFL football. With a new season of NFL football, also comes a new season of “Madden Mobile.” We’ve looked at it before, but today, we’ll review what changes this wonderful football game brings this year.

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 11:02

Weekly Time Waster - ‘Grand Prix Story 2’

One of my favorite cartoons as a kid was “Speed Racer.” It was funny and had so many cool moments; you always hoped that Speed was going to come out on top of every race. He had the coolest car and the coolest team to back him up. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a racing team to manage and build cool cars like Speed Racer’s?

Well, we’re in luck.

“Grand Prix Story 2” sees you as the coach of a racing team. You’re in charge of hiring and firing the drivers and mechanics, training them and using all your resources to develop the best cars you possibly can to compete against other racing teams around the world. The granddaddy of all the races your team competes in is the Grand Prix. As you win races, you get cash to help your team develop further. You can upgrade your racing team’s buildings and facilities to help your racing dynasty grow. You also will gain fans and sponsors, who give your team gifts and upgrades as you win.

You must think strategically, as the wrong car or driver for the wrong race will cost your team massively. You can’t win all races with a single car or driver. The racing part itself is mostly simulation, with you controlling just a few things with ease!

“Grand Prix Story 2” is a heck of a racing simulation game and it deserves a spot on your app list. “Grand Prix Story 2” is available for free on the Android and IOS stores.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018 12:43

Weekly Time Waster - ‘Hide Online’

One of my fondest memories as a young child was playing hide-and-seek around the neighborhood with my friends. We would hide in various places and one of us would try to find everybody. We'd hide anywhere. In the woods between houses, behind sheds; we probably made some people angry running through their yards!

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 14:54

Weekly Time Waster - ‘Westworld’

If you have HBO, you might have caught a few episodes of the TV show “Westworld”. This show is about a Wild West-style theme park where guests can pay to experience the old west in a controlled environment with lifelike androids populating the town. In this theme park, guests are allowed to follow their own personal narratives and dark desires without any penalty, as long as they don’t harm another human. They are allowed to murder, steal and even be friends with the theme park androids.

And now we have a game version!

We’ve all watched “Jurassic Park” and pictured ourselves trying to survive amongst the dinosaurs. Maybe you’ve even imagined yourself riding a dinosaur into the sunset, as a dinosaur would make the coolest pet that you could possibly have. Well, what if I told you that you could finally attempt to live that dream?

This week, we dive into the world of “ARK: Survival Evolved” to find out if you have what it takes to rule the dinosaurs.

Tuesday, 17 July 2018 16:05

Weekly Time Waster - ‘Silly Walks’

Here at The Maine Edge, we sure do dig the weird stuff. We find it and we soak it in and we write about it for your reading pleasure. Well, this week, I stumbled upon a time waster that fits in with our love of the weird.

We’ve all seen the Tom Hanks movie “Cast Away” at this point. Man survives a plane crash and wakes up on a desolate island. He has to survive whilst going crazy from being alone. None of us could ever imagine being in such a situation … but we could certainly play a video game about it!

With the new “Jurassic World” movie hitting screens worldwide, it was only fitting that a game based on the beloved movie franchise would pop up on my radar. Only it wasn't the type of game I was expecting.

It sure was a nice weekend. There was both lots of sun and warmth outside and lots of entertainment on television at night. Over the weekend, I found myself re-watching some of the “Band of Brothers” series. Afterwards, I felt the inclination to find a game that would let me be a WWII armchair general, or at least a war hero. In my search, I stumbled upon “Frontline Commando: D-Day.”

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