Cookie Jam

Cookie Jam is popular match 3 game developed by Jam City. Regardless, there is no denying that jamming cookies even as addicting and may consume even as much of your free time as crushing candies. What’s more, there are even as many tips, hints, and cheats which will not only assist you blaze through levels faster, but even earn you unlimited free lives without spending a dime. If that sounds good to you, follow along for our top tips!

Like most match three puzzle games out there, Cookie Jam allows you to keep playing as long as you’ve got the lives available. Once you run out of lives, you’re definitely gonna be forced to ante up some real world dough to continue playing. Want some free lives, though. the simplest thanks to do this is by simply quitting the sport , going into your device’s Settings and forwarding your device’s time ahead a couple of hours. Head back to the sport , note of your new free lives then quit the sport once more and alter your device’s time back to normal before you hop back to Cookie Jam.

Don’t let yourself become too laser-focused on the precise task for every level. the simplest thanks to win almost any level is to consider accumulating special cookies and using them to try to to massive cookie damage. Special cookies are often wont to clear entire rows and columns, also as all cookies of an equivalent color. generally , getting as many of those as possible, and using them wisely, tends to be a way better strategy than going after matches of three just to fill the order.

Each level provides objectives that you simply got to achieve. Meeting those objectives is that the only thanks to complete A level . that’s why you would like to prioritize the objectives over anything . you simply have a limited number of moves for every level so you can’t afford to waste any of them. If you fail to satisfy the objectives before you run out of moves, you’ll fail the extent . regardless of how high your score is, it’ll be forfeited if you fail the extent so take care .

In some Cookie Jam levels, a cookie will appear at rock bottom of the board. Each turn he will climb higher and you’ve got to prevent him from reaching the highest . To defeat him you’ve got to match pieces of an equivalent color to him. Alternatively, you’ll use a booster to hit him from afar. Gingerbread men are unable to urge past chocolate pieces.

There’s an honest amount of power up’s within the game that you’ll wanna use when the time arises. Certain power up’s unlock after you complete a group number of stages. the first uses of an item are free, but eventually you’re gonna need to spend some coins to unlock all of them the way. The Oven Mitt booster is capable of swapping out two non-matching cookies to later match the cookies you would like for a match. The Piping Bag can filter out a vertical row of cookies, while the kitchen utensil can filter out a horizontal row of cookies.

Cookie Jam is so derivative, It even includes an equivalent patterns and kinds of special pieces as Candy Crush. meaning 5 candies during a row will do an equivalent thing a donut will, an L or T shape formation will offer you an exploding ingredient. There are a couple of differences but seriously, use your candy crushing abilities to your advantage. That being said, if you havne’t already, make certain you inspect our Candy Crush guides also , since many of an equivalent rules, tips, and tricks, will apply here.

Of course, special cookies are themselves an honest thanks to clear the board, but you’ll maximize their impact by using them together with each other . The rainbow cake with a striped cookie, for instance , turns all cookies of the striped cookie’s color into striped cookies also . This features a major impact, especially if there’s an outsized number of the striped cookie’s color on the board.

The best candies to form for this level are going to be the Striped Candy and therefore the Rainbow Cake. this may allow you to eliminate a whole row of candies while destroying the fences also . If the fences are already down and therefore the bombs are within the row, they’re going to destroy the time bombs, supplying you with longer to gather your orders.

The Oven Mitt allow you to transfer 1 moveable object to a different square, changing places. After selecting the Oven Mitt booster, pick the primary object then the second. Both pieces are swapped, and neither is destroyed.

Rainbow Cake Booster adds one Rainbow Cake to the starting board, replacing a random match object. The Rainbow Cake created behaves sort of a normal Rainbow Cake.

Gameplay Revealed

Just Cause 3 Gameplay Revealed

After months of Avalanche Studio’s announcement on Just Cause 3 and some leaked images of the actual game, we get a Gameplay Reveal Trailer. On this trailer we can see that Just Cause 3 will be just as action packed as its predecessors and that the objective is just about the same: Blow things up with style, burn propaganda, and last but not least, hanging to stuff.

Images shown on the trailer are said to be taken from actual footage on a console.

It is also said that those that pre-order Just Cause 3 will be given the “Weaponised Vehicle Pack”, pack that gives you luxury cars, fully loaded with weapons, weapons enough to start a revolution as said by Square Enix, publisher of the game.

Just Cause 3 is set to be released on Holiday 2015 (it’s close guys) and promises to live up to the expectations on the title’s fans.

Some previously leaked screenshots can be found below: (click images to see in full resolution)

Battlefield Hardline 40% off!

People that are new to Battlefield Hardline a first-person shooter video game developed by Visceral Games in collaboration with EA Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts. It was released in March 2015 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Unlike the previous games in the Battlefield series, Hardline focuses on crime, heist and policing elements instead of military warfare.

Hardline also uses the Levolution mechanic from Battlefield 4. For example, in the map “Downtown” players can send a construction crane crashing into the building, ripping down debris from the central buildings in downtown, which falls down on the streets of Los Angeles. But, this time, every map features multiple evolutionary events, both small and gigantic

Battlefield Hardline is on sale for almost half of the original price exactly 40% and the game is out for a month now… at least the PC version.

That is the first sale that has been applyed to this game and its significant enough to make you consider buying the game. However, you must decide fast because this sale only lasts today!

Standard addition, as well as Digital Deluxe Edition which contains additional camouflages, weapons and boosts in multiplayer. The richest package – Ultimate Edition, includes all DLC’s and previously mentioned multiplayer additions, is on sale for only 23%.

Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars descendant beta launched on PS4

The beta applications are now open to test the multiplayer capacities of Rocket League, descendant of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, the entertaining PS3 game where you could grab a car and play football while flipping with it.

To register for the beta you need to head over to the developer’s website (Psyonix) and you just need to fill in information such as your PSN ID, e-mail and country (bare in mind that only US is currently being accepted in the beta, thing that might change in the near future). This does not guarantee you get a spot on the roster that is testing this game, that currently, is limited to only multiplayer and a single stadium for testing purposes.


Keep an eye on your e-mail because if you get picked, that’s where your key beta will arrive. The servers are online roughly 12 hours a day, and not 24 (9AM to 9PM PST). This beta test is going to last until the start of May.

This game is set to be released this summer.

Submerged coming out on Playstation 4!

Following its initial reveal last year, Australian developer Uppercut Games on Friday announced that its new action-adventure game Submerged will be released on Playstation 4.

As you can see in the game’s beautiful announcement trailer below, Submerged is set in a city that–for reasons you’ll uncover throughout the game has become flooded and overgrown.

Submerged tells the story of siblings Miku and her wounded brother Taku. After they arrive at the city, Miku must find shelter for Taku and then set out into the world to gather supplies needed to help her brother get back on his feet.

Along the way, players will discover how the sunken city came to be, why Miku and Taku traveled there, and more about the world’s inhabitants, which are described as “malformed copies of the native sea-life.”

In terms of gameplay, players will navigate the city by boat and use Miku’s telescope to find “forgotten caches” of resources. Once you locate them, you’ll have to climb around the dilapidated buildings to grab these items and bring them back to Taku to help him recover from his injury.

One particularly interesting element of Submerged is that it’s been designed with no “failure states,” Uppercut Games says. That means players can “play at (their) own pace, safe in the knowledge that (they’ll) never die.”

Submerged which was developed using the Unreal Engine 4–is also coming to Xbox One, PC, and mobile devices.

Mom wants a video game for Christmas

Coming off a banner year for Christmas sales in 2019, 2020 sales figures reveal that the North American video game industry is headed towards an even better holiday marketing season in 2020. Sales could exceed 50 billion this year.

Adults buy them. Adults play them and 43% are Women.

And no wonder, with floods, fire, Sars, uncertain markets, terrorism and war in the Middle East many people prefer to live, at least for a while, in a fantasy world. And that might explain why the purveyors of fantasy are doing so well.

Contrary to popular belief, it’s not only kids who play video games. According to the Interactive Digital Software Association, sixty percent of all North Americans age six and older, or about 250 million people, play computer and video games. The average age of a game player is 21 years old and, forty-three percent of game players are women. The vast majority of people who play video games do so with friends and family. Ninety percent of all games are purchased by adults over the age of 18.

The highly secret world of video game development

Enter a world that keeps tightly guarded secrets about what’s being developed and why, as companies continually vie for a larger share of the billions in annual sales of computer and video game software.

The industry is comprised of two basic levels, publishers like Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft and other multi-national corporations who fund game development and market the games worldwide. Once the decision has been made to invest in a new game, developers are hired by the publishers to create the new entertainment.

One such development company is Exile Interactive Inc. Located in the ocean playground of Parksville on Vancouver Island, Exile Interactive Inc is a premiere developer of entertainment software and co-developer of such best selling titles as Sega’s World Series Baseball line™.

It can take as much as two years and cost between $2 million and $5 million to develop a game. Marketing the game could cost four or five times that, before you even get to worry about the cost of production and distribution.

Exile interactive President and CEO Dan Tudge won’t talk sales figures, which publishers they’re working for and even what kind of games they’re developing or thinking about developing, and that is reflected in the working environment.

In the company’s second-floor office space, the art department, game-designing area, offices, engineering room and game-playing zone share the floor with a room closed to the outside world. It’s hidden behind blinds and the door is always closed when outsiders are around — that’s the testing and development area for the next big thing.

“Our publishers are making a very bold move with what we’re doing and they don’t want to show their hand,” says Tudge, noting there likely won’t be any kind of advertising splash until just before the new game is released in 2005. “You want to make the most of the pre-release hype.”

Who creates these leaps into fantasy?

Not everyone in the game development business is located in the Silicon Valley. In communities all over the US, Canada, Great Brittan and around the world talented and experienced people are drawn to the cities and towns that best suits each individuals chosen life style.

An interesting and talented cast of characters is one way to describe the people at Exile who make some of the biggest interactive Video Games in the world. Exile attracts superior skills and talent for a number of reasons including experienced management, creative freedom, games that reach market and location, location, location. Parksville is one of the few places on the west coast from San Diego to Alaska where one can swim in the Pacific Ocean without experiencing hypothermia. A winter’s day can find you skiing in the morning, golfing in the afternoon and planning a surfing weekend; all available either on your doorstep or within about an hours drive.

Professionally, Exile’s software development team have worked on almost 50 popular game titles during their careers. In addition to Sega’s World Series Baseball line™, Toxic Grind™ and T.J. Lavin’s Ultimate BMX™ readers will recognize names like The Simpson’s Road Rage, Impossible Creatures, NHL All-Star Hockey, FOX Sports NBA Basketball, NHL Powerplay 2020, FIFA World Cup and Dark Summit.

The creative atmosphere combined with the interaction between team members as a game comes to life, makes working in the game development industry fun, exhilarating and financially rewarding. Once the team has agreed to the design and execution for a game, they will employ up to 82,000 hours over the next 12-24 months creating thousands of lines of code and millions of computer generated 3D building blocks before the product is ready for market. As the process unfolds, there is a continual flow of new ideas making each days work a fresh and stimulating experience.

Along with creating the next great game Exile recently re-branded itself or rather, it adjusted its image to reflect more accurately what the company has actually become, a solid, successful developer of world class AAA games; something they do so well, they were recently awarded the contract (top secret) to develop the next great game
As millions of people enjoy playing their own new interactive games this Holiday season they’ll hardly be alone. An astonishing 35 percent of North Americans identified computer and video games as the most fun entertainment activity surpassing even the movies and television.

As for the people who create and develop these games, they’re also hoping Santa will leave something interactive and enormously challenging in their stockings this Christmas.