I’m pretty much certain that almost everyone knows about Minecraft by now? In Minecraft, players explore a blocky, procedurally-generated 3D world with infinite terrain, and may discover and extract raw materials, craft tools and items, and build structures or earthworks. Depending on game mode, players can fight computer-controlled “mobs”, as well as cooperate with or […]

Following on from an older post covering the iPod Click Wheel Games, of the 54 known games for the iPod Click Wheel, only 20 where every cracked. Presented here are the remaining 34 games for historical purposes. You can load these onto your iPod but they will unplayable due to DRM. However, should you crack […]

Battle Hell’s minions as the Amazon, Sorceress, Necromancer, Paladin or Barbarian, each with unique skills and abilities. Summon and command nightmarish creatures, harness the elemental powers of nature and master the energies of light and darkness through arcane spells and enchantments. Storm a vast underworld or twisted dungeons and uncharted wilderness as you journey across […]

iPod games…no, I don’t mean those you can download directly from the app store onto that glorified iPhone sans the phone bit! What I mean is the games that were designed for the ‘real’ iPod with a click wheel. With the release of iTunes 7 in September 2006, Apple put up some third party games […]

Yes, OS X (or MacOS) has in-built functionality for burning CDs or DVDs via the Finder or Disk Utility, but sometimes we all want a little more… In steps Disco, an incredibly polished app sadly discontinued in 2011 but still very useful today. The developers have even made the app free with the license name […]

Lets just get this out of the way first…Unreal Tournament 2004 (UT2K4) is awesome! There, all done, but let me explain why I recommend this game. Joel Davies wrote a very good review of UT2K4 on InsideMacGames back when it was originally released; To drop an overused cliche: it’s a whole new ball game. Unreal […]