I had forgotten Double Fine was getting into iOS development with Middle Manager of Justice. Following a number of great sim games that fit very well with these mobile platforms, this tasks players with managing superheroes in an office environment. You'll send them out to fight crime, make sure they're always working out, and generally micromanage the hell out of your staff.
During my time trying out Middle Manager of Justice, I promoted my Masked Mummy to Junior Assistant Hero and filled out a bunch of Justice Request forms. Like a mid-level boss! This isn't necessarily the type of thing I'd expect from a studio like Double Fine, but the writing is at times pretty funny, if nothing else. The fact that it's a free download doesn't hurt, either. Give it a shot.
|2:00 PM on 05.17.2013|
Preview: Civilization V: Brave New World
With the arrival of the 20th century, I can sometimes get a bit bored in Civilization V. It continues to engage me enough so that I power through to achieve whatever victory path I had chosen, but therein lies the issue. I en...more
|8:30 PM on 05.16.2013|
Company of Heroes 2 announces Red Star edition for retail
Good news for fans of the Company of Heroes 2 series as now you have a great reason to pick up the physical copy in June. Along with a snazzy steelbook, you also get a Czar's wealth of extra content. Right off the bat, player...more
|2:00 PM on 05.16.2013|
Review: Eador: Masters of the Broken World
I don't know why I thought that putting a world back together -- conquering various floating landmasses and combining them through sheer force of will -- would be easy. Eador: Masters of the Broken World's similarities to Her...more