As of writing, Battlefield 1942 is still available for free on Origin – you just have to download it via this link because it is more difficult to find it on the Origin program. Get it before 1 March 2013.
Battlefield 1942 is a first-person shooter first [...]
No time to describe what the game is about. I’m not even sure if it’s anything like the original Commandos. All I know is that Greenman Gaming is offering it free for twenty-four hours starting 11am GMT.
I have often triumphed a truth about games – good graphics, great sound and a great storyline is nice to have, but these elements don’t make the game. There are games out there which you play once, and then never play it again, until, perhaps, nostalgia hits you, and then there are games out [...]
Cart Life is a retail/life simulation game whereby you have to deal with your day job, your personal issues, and your necessities. To elaborate, your day job consists of handing a food stand – be it coffee stand, news stand or hot dog stand. You have different personal issues such as handling divorce or feeding [...]
Every now and then, indie game makers bring something new to us gamers sick and tired of the commercial industry’s logic of safety. Everything seems to be become a first-person shooter – even classics like Syndicate, Fallout and Jagged Alliance have gone that way, despite their successes as isometric games. This time, stick [...]
Who knew a company like EA would release so many classics to the public for absolutely free?
Well, they did, and Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun is the last one which can be obtained free and absolutely legally. This game builds upon the original C&C and brings it to a new level of sophistication and [...]
Well, well, well. Who knew that EA Games has decided to be so generous and release a good portion of its classics to the public for free. I recently got hold of the original C&C, and it really is an awesome game that plays excellent [...]
After the last discovery of an online, browser-based version of Command and Conquer 95, later named Tiberian Dawn, I was quite keen on finding the full game, if only to relive my memories as a teen playing what is now one of the longest-running series in strategy games. I realized two things: there’s a bundle [...]
The original Command and Conquer was a groundbreaking series that was first launched in 1995… and essentially stole my gaming attention all the way up to C&C Generals. Nonetheless, the first game was a great introduction to the world of strategy gaming and even now, looking back, it’s a primitive game where might is often [...]
Bored? Herping and derping on the web with no real purpose? Then you might want to try Flight, a web-based Flash game that is extremely addictive. Your role in this game is to pilot a paper aeroplane to its destinations around the world – from London to Paris, Kenya to Tokyo.
The game is simple [...]
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