Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Earn to Die 2012 Inspires Playing Beyond the Intro

Earn Die To Die 2012 is a very simple game that has you driving through levels and earning money in order to buy upgrades that allow you to drive further in aforementioned levels (also, these levels have zombies in them, go figure). It’s a fun time killer, but there’s only so much a guy can… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: A Duck Has An Adventure in the Gamification of Comics

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I’m going to be honest with you all, I’ve gotten sucked back into the wastelands of Fallout: New Vegas and waited till the last minute to write Cheap and Dirty Gamer for today. Because of that, I picked the very first game I saw. It just so happens that the game I picked turned out… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Min Hero Tower of Sages Forced Responsibility on Me

Pets are a huge responsibility and because of this, one should think very long and hard on the prospects of actually owning them. The creators of Min Hero: Tower of Sages don’t adhere to this thoughtful approach to adopting animals as they fling you headlong into a life of caring for combat pets with little… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: I Want to Crush the Castle… Adventures?

It’s really hot today and due to the lack of air conditioning, I am very lethargic and will be putting minimal effort into this week’s Cheap and Dirty. That’s probably not a bad thing considering the amount of content up on the site this week that features me is probably smothering you all. Besides, Crush… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: The Last Door: Chapter 1 – The Letter is Your First Step

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Cheap and Dirty Gamer tends to be a series focused on random games that don’t necessarily steal too much attention away from the larger, more in depth games in your library. While I’ve reviewed some pretty good games, very few of them have gotten into my head in the way that The Last Door: Chapter… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Undead End 2 Surprised My Cynic Muscles

I’ve been reviewing browser games for quite some time now and I’ve learned to take the prospects of zombies games with a grain of salt. Everyone is doing them and while I love zombies, not everyone does them as well as they possibly could. When I first saw Undead End 2, I assumed it would… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Slime Laboratory is the Prequel to a Brawny Commercial

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I decided to take a nap today after a late night gossip session with Mr. Justin Lacey and almost forgot to write Cheap and Dirty. Fortunately, being cheap and dirty is built into me and my body’s natural alarm system roused me from my slumber. This has allowed me to bring you Slime Laboratory, a… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Decision 2: New City is a Good Gaming Decision

I like zombies and I like the top -down perspective so it’s pretty obvious that I’d like the game Decision 2: New City because it features both prominently. If it’s lacking anything, it’s a catchy name. I didn’t play the original Decision, though I’m assuming it was the wrong one since there was a sequel, but… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Pooper? Yes, Pooper

Today’s Cheap and Dirty Gamer is brought to you by the letter “F” for frustration. For some reason or another, my computer decided to take a poop directly onto my foot (metaphorically speaking of course) so I’ve been troubleshooting all day. You could also say I’ve been knee deep in crap for the better part… Continue reading

Cheap and Dirty Gamer: Caribbean Admiral is the Life for You if You Enjoy Ruining the Pirates’ Life

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People are always talking about how cool being a pirate would be, but on paper the pirate lifestyle is chock full of jerk-centic behavior. While some people don’t mind taking what the want, when they want it, there are those that like the sensation of both high seas adventure and moral righteousness. If you happen to… Continue reading