Good news to all SimCity players. Almost 10 months after the official launch, Maxis finally announced that it is going to add the feature that fans have been asking for since day one: an offline mode. According to the SimCity blog, the offline mode will be coming as a free download with Update 10 to all SimCity players.
Back in March 2013 when SimCity was launched, EA said that an offline mode wouldn’t be possible as they sim the entire region on the server and it didn’t fit with their vision. Well, looks like it is possible now.
Offline mode also mean good news to the Modders community. They can not make modifications to the game and its component without compromising the integrity of the Online game.
Update 10 is now in the late phases of testing. No news on the release date yet.
Fans of Attack on Titan (Shingeki No Kyojin) are going to love this tribute game by Feng.
And the best part is, the game is web based and absolutely free. Check it out here.
Garena and Grinding Gear Games have announced that Path of Exile, the critically acclaimed action role-playing PC game recently introduced to Asian players, is now on Open Beta in Singapore and Malaysia.
Path of Exile is a free-to-play competitive online action role-playing PC game set in a dark fantasy world. Offering intense real time combat, deep character customization options and extensive Player-versus-Player elements, Path of Exile has received universal acclaim from critics and players alike.
The game was brought to Asian players in a licensing partnership between Grinding Gear Games and Garena.
The Path of Exile Open Beta will be accessible to players via the Garena+ platform. Players who have participated in the Closed Beta and reached level 15 and above will have a Garemon (a specially designed pet) credited to their accounts during the Open Beta.
The Open Beta will continue into the full live release without any data wipes, meaning all progress made by players in the Open Beta will be permanent.
Visit Path of Exile website for more information.
Almost 2 months after the launch of Plants vs Zombies 2 on iOS, the popular PopCap game is finally available on Android. Congrats to all Android users.
Like the iOS version, Plant vs Zombies 2 is free for download with in game purchases. Go download now.
This is pretty amazing. Someone recreated Super Mario Brothers using HTML5.
The best part is that this project is open source and free.
But better hurry. It seems like Nintendo is seeking the removal of the content as it infringe their intellectual property rights. Sigh. What a wet blanket.