The classic point and click adventure game Simon the Sorcerer is already available for users of iOS, however a new Android version has just appeared featuring my version of the soundtrack as part of my ScummVM Music Enhancement Project.
In the last 20 years, the ‘Simon the Sorcerer’ game series has made millions of players fall in love with Simon. Now you can relive the renowned original adventure in a whole new way, exclusively on Android!
Simon the Sorcerer – Google Play
Recently, I have been featured on Dave Moran’s personal website with a set of questions on my background, interest, loves and what my hopes are for the gaming industry.
I’ve been on Twitter for a number of years now, and there are people on there who I have followed for absolutely ages, one of them is James Woodcock.
I’ve always enjoyed James’ work, especially things like 360Zine and his reviews sping to mind. I was lucky enough to ask him a few questions about his gaming habits and thoughts on the Xbox One and he kindly replied with some great answers that can be found below.
An Interview with… James Woodcock
In the latest Game & Gadget Podcast, we discuss Sky’s £9.99 NOW TV Box, Microsoft, Blackberry, Apple & even Ducktales Remastered…
My recent Western Lines of Scotland Route and GWR Manor Class Reviews for Train Simulator 2013 are now available in English within this free digital download magazine.
Western Lines of Scotland Review
UK Routes for rail simulation titles focus on a variety of location highlights – be it industrial areas filled with warehouses and bustling with work activities, towns & cities full of traffic and recognisable landmarks or the lush surroundings of vast countryside. The ‘Western Lines of Scotland’ includes more of a gentle setting, as you travel through the pleasant green landscapes with only the tweeting of bird song for company and the infrequent train passing by in the other direction.
Western Lines of Scotland Review – Simulator World Magazine July 2013 Edition
I have been a huge fan of the original Xbox and the following Xbox 360 consoles. They always felt one step ahead of the competition with the introduction of Xbox Live, Xbox Live Arcade, Achievements, Gamertags and more besides. However, ever since the Xbox One was announced back in May – the rumblings of discontent have been reverberating through every outlet where the community could be heard.
A series of completely unnecessary errors and outright gaffs on Microsoft’s part have damaged the reputation of the Xbox One and indeed the Xbox brand. What was one of Microsoft’s crowning achievements for garnering generous amounts of goodwill from the community, became tarnished almost overnight with the negative perception of Digital Rights Management (DRM) and the restrictions imposed when attempting to trade used games.