Posts archive for Jul 2023
Xander Blackwood, Jul, 26 2023
It seems like all games are becoming online games now, doesn't it? This transition is largely driven by the convenience and accessibility of the internet. Gaming companies also recognize the potential for increased revenue through subscription services and in-game purchases. Moreover, online gaming allows for a broader, global community of gamers, enhancing the social aspect of gaming. Lastly, constant updates and new content keep the games fresh and players engaged, which is easier to accomplish with online platforms.
Xander Blackwood, Jul, 22 2023
Happy Wheels is an engaging and amusing game that I found on the Funblocked site. It's part of their unblocked games 3 collection, which means it's not restricted by location or network firewalls. The game brings tons of laughter with its quirky and fun characters, each having unique abilities. The graphics are simple yet attractive, and the gameplay is smooth, making it a great way to unwind. Check it out on Funblocked and join the fun!
Xander Blackwood, Jul, 19 2023
In my research about Nintendo Switch games, I discovered that you can't actually download games directly from a cartridge. The cartridge serves as a physical copy of the game, designed to be inserted into the console for play. It's not a storage device that allows for downloading or transferring of its content. So, even though it would have been convenient, it seems like we're stuck with either playing straight from the cartridge or downloading directly from the Nintendo eShop. It's a bit of a bummer, but hey, that's the way it is!