If you grew up playing board games, then you will also love these board games for Windows 10. Check out some of the best board games for Windows here.
Over the years Microsoft has released several versions of the Xbox One console. Find out the differences between Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X.
If your Xbox One is running out of storage space, you can easily extend it with external storage. Learn how you can use an external hard drive with Xbox One.
Microsoft’s Project Scorpio beats PS4 Pro in every hardware front, but can it really catch up with PS4 Pro and draw the Sony faithful to the Microsoft side?
Super Mario Run is addictive. If you can’t clear that level, here are some Super Mario Run tips and tricks for you to master the game.
Don’t you hate it when the games you like are no longer playable? Here is how you can fix and play legacy Unity player games that no longer work.
The ethernet vs. Wifi discussion is a common topic in PC gaming. A lot of different factors come into play that can make either option a valid one. Let’s find out which is right for you.
Nintendo Switch is finally here, but before you commit to a purchase, check out the list of reported issues with the Switch, then decide if you want to get it.
Modern gaming media is prone to spreading lies and falsehoods. For this reason we’re going to tackle and debunk prominent gaming myths.
Discounting popular game titles, there are also many great indie-made action games for the various gaming platforms. Here are some of the best.
The Steam Link is a great device for streaming games to your TV, but the setup process can be a little complicated. Here’s how you can set up Steam Link for the best performance.
Have you heard about “eSports” and aren’t sure what to think? Here are educated insights into the growth of eSports and where it could lead to in the future.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to Steam or a regular user of Steam, you should follow this ultimate guide to Steam to pay less and get more for your games.
Recent innovations in haptic feedback have drawn much attention in the world of gaming. Here’s how these technologies are changing gaming and the effects they have on the wider tech world.
Despite its boom in the late 2000s, rhythm gaming has seemingly fallen out of the spotlight over the years. For the fans, here are the best the genre currently has to offer.
PS4 Pro vs. Xbox One S: which new console wins this battle? Here is the full breakdown so you can decide which console is right for you!
While the mouse and keyboard work well for PC gaming, a gamepad usually works better for couch gaming. Let’s find out the best gamepad for PC gaming that fits your needs.
Is VR worth it? Finding the best VR games will help us answer that question for you. VR may be powerful now, but ultimately, it’s all about the games.
PlayStation Now launched on the PC, letting Windows users play hundreds of PS games on their rigs. Here we have the answers to some of the biggest questions about it.
The promise of game emulators is so seductive that it’s easy to bury your head in the sand regarding their legality. Here’s everything you need to know.
In this article Christopher Harper covers his most-anticipated game titles for 2016 and lets you know why you too should be looking out for these games.
How many times have you seen Star Wars? If you’re a huge Star Wars fan, here are 5 Star Wars Games for Android you don’t want to miss.
Emulation is making leaps and bounds recently. Let’s take a look at the progress made by the various emulators and why you should get excited.
As part of the console wars, console gamers have started to spread some misconceptions around PC gaming. This article is here to let you know the truth behind PC gaming’s common misconceptions.
MOBA games are becoming quite popular. They allow two teams with multiple players to go against each other on a dedicated map. If you’re looking for the best MOBA games for PC, check out these 5.
If Minecraft is not your cup of tea, here are 6 cool sandbox games like Minecraft that will surely give you many days of entertainment.
In this article, we go over some of the best game titles found on mobile devices (iOS and Android) that were originally developed for the PC or console.
In the world of gaming, there has been a recent move by major publishers to release their games with 64-bit support. Why is this so? Let check it out.
Are you looking to get a gamepad for your PC? You will want to read this guide first before you go shopping for the gamepad.
Pixel Piracy is one great pirate game and had gotten good rating despite it is still in beta. Let’s check it out!
The Raspberry Pi isn’t a gaming powerhouse, but playing games on it is still possible and can be fun. Here are some of the top Raspberry Pi Games.
We were glad to be able to team up with AllKeyShop to bring you this giveaway contest where you can stand to win the game of your choice, for free!
With gaming systems now entering the mobile market, is mobile gaming just as much fun or just not the same?
While building a gaming computer, many people have the wrong perception of the importance of PC gaming hardware choices. Let’s explore a few of these problems.
Now that Apple has finally brought Game Center to the desktop Mac, users can now play against iOS users and vice versa, but just what are the best games to play? Today we present you with a list of the best Game Center games on Mac.
If you happened to be an Atari brat while you were growing up, you can now relieve your 8-bit glory days on your Linux machine. Stella is an Atari 2600 emulator that works on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and even more obscure systems like IRIX. It provides a very accurate emulation of the classic gaming system, and plays nearly every game ever released for it.
Real Time Strategy (RTS) game lovers may remember a game called Age Of Empires (AOE). The much awarded and loved game has inspired many other historical RTS games such as Rise Of Nations, Age Of Mythology etc. However, these games were Windows specific and Linux users always felt a void in the field of historical, […]
Humble Bundle For Android is BACK again! If you are not aware, Humble Bundle is a game bundle where you can pay the amount you want to download the games for your OS. All the collected proceeding will be donated to charity of your choice (either the EFF of Child’s Play Charity). This time round, […]
Angry Birds is a worldwide gaming phenomenon that has swept the competition under the rug. Rovio announced that Angry Birds is now the most popular downloaded game in history, with over 700 million downloads worldwide! I’d say making Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio all available on major smartphone platforms, as well […]
For an independent game with no storyline, no tutorial, and graphics that make Windows 95 look slick, Minecraft has developed an amazing following. Who could have ever predicted that shuffling virtual cubes around could be so fun and so full of possibilities? And if, somehow, you find yourself running out of ideas for your virtual […]
Once in a while, an indie game comes out that reminds us that great games need not come from huge companies with large development budgets. Steel Storm was one such game, as my previous review of Steel Storm: Episode I highlighted. The developers of Steel Storm, Kot-in-Action Creative Artel are back again with the next installment, […]
I admit…I am a die hard RPG fans. I grew up on RPG games: Diablo, Final Fantasy, Baldur Gate, you name it and I had played them all. However, it has also been a long time that I last get addicted to a RPG game. Most of them are just not that good anymore. When […]
The number of truly free and open source games available for download is small in general, but in terms of genre, first-person shooters (FPS) have plenty of representation. This is largely due to the 3D engines that have been released into the free software community, which lend themselves well to FPS games. The Cube Engine 2 is […]
At MakeTechEasier, we have reviewed quite a handful of cross-platform indie games. The latest to catch our attention is M.A.R.S. – a ridiculous shooter (their words, not mine). Like some of the other favorites we have highlighted, M.A.R.S. is a 2D retro-style arcade game with some modern features like online multiplayer matches. The weird thing about […]
I am sure you have played Bejeweled or other similar kind of gem swapping game before. I am sure you have played RPG game too where you walk around to kill monsters. What if you combine these two style of gameplay together? You get the indie game: Legend of Fae. At first glance, bejeweled-style combined […]
As the indie game market continues to grow, we thought it would be timely to kick off 2011 with another game review. Steel Storm, a game produced by a small company called Kot in Action Creative Artel, is a top-down arcade shooter that puts you in control of a small futuristic aircraft. Like the addictive space […]
Remember the Humble Indie Bundle where you can play any price you want for 5 great indie games? Well, it have returned again, with more exciting games. Humble Indie Bundle 2 now comes with Braid, Cortex Command, Machinarium, Osmos and Revenge of the Titan. For those who have not heard of the Humble Indie Bundle, […]
Wine has come a long way in the last few years, making it fairly simple to install many popular Windows games on Linux. Cedega and PlayOnLinux have made it even easier by providing GUI assistance and management of your games. One game series, however, has proven to be consistently difficult to get working, and that’s […]
Remember those insane arcade games that kept you up all night, blasting away at ship after ship, leading up to a showdown with a massive star destroyer that relentlessly hurled various dangerous objects at you? More than likely, the game you remember offered a 2D top-down or side-scrolling view of space. But now take a […]
Before World of Warcraft, there was Dark Age of Camelot (DAoC). Learn how you can set up a server and run on your Windows desktop.