Humble Store Singleplayer Sale Delivers The Goods

Humble Store Singleplayer Sale

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know by now about the Humble Bundle. While the Humble Bundle is most known for its limited-time, great-value namesake, they’ve also expanded into multiple bundles and even a web store. Currently, the Humble Store is running a deal on great singleplayer games, and I didn’t want My Dpad readers to miss out on this sale. The games on sale include: • Rogue Legacy • The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth • Prison Architect • A Bird Story • Sunless Sea • To…

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Lenovo Ideapad 110: An Inexpensive “Gaming” Laptop

Lenovo Ideapad 110

There’s a general feeling out there among people who use consoles and handhelds for gaming that PC gaming is just too expensive. Most people think that if you want to play games on a laptop, you have to be willing to shell out about $1500-$2500. While this might be true if you want to play every single game that comes out for the next five years, this is definitely not true if you want to be able to play 95% of games available on Steam. For people who want to…

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Pixel Starships Is Finally Available For Android

Pixel Starships

Folks, I’m here today to tell you a heartbreaking story that finally got a happy ending just a few days ago. You see, about a year ago when I had an iPhone, I found this game called Pixel Starships. It was a true scifi MMORPG with charming graphics and riveting battles, and it made many days at work that much more bearable. After having a ball with this game for a few weeks, my iPhone tragically broke, and I replaced it with an Android phone (since I’d been meaning to…

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Grab Them By The Eyes: Burger Stand Simulator

Grab Them By The Eyes

Just yesterday, we were telling you about Terry Cavanagh’s great little roguelike game, Tiny Heist. Cavanagh’s games are all so great, though, that they deserve much more than one article about them. Even the games he considers to be throwaways can be entertaining for an entire afternoon, if not more. That’s why I’m here to tell you about his burger stand simulation, Grab Them By The Eyes. Grab Them By The Eyes is a beautifully simple game. You play a burger stand owner who has presumably held a monopoly over…

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Tiny Heist: Bite-Sized Roguelike Action

Tiny Heist

If you’ve been reading My Dpad for a while (or if you follow our Steam Curation page at Great Medium-Spec Games), you know that we love Terry Cavanagh games more than anything. Most people know about Super Hexagon and VVVVVV, but Terry Cavanagh has also made all sorts of other games that are available for free at his website. I’m here today to tell you about one of my favorite games of his, Tiny Heist. Tiny Heist is a very small roguelike game with retro graphics that absolutely any computer…

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Windscribe: The Best VPN With A Free Option

If you spend any amount of time on a computer (and if you play video games, you most likely do), you need a virtual private network (VPN). Even if you don’t have a computer and do all your internet browsing on your smartphone, you still need a VPN. In fact, anyone who uses the internet at all should really be using a VPN. There are a lot to choose from, but that’s why I’m here. The best, easiest VPN with a free option is Windscribe. How Do I Use Windscribe?…

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Football Manager 2018 Release Date: November 10th

Football Manager 2018

Football Manager fans: the long wait is over. I have just received the latest email from Sports Interactive Insider, and Sports Interactive has officially pinpointed the release date of Football Manager 2018. Enthusiasts will get their next dose of football managing goodness on November 10th, 2017. There are a few perks for ordering the game (early), too. For example, anyone who digitally buys Football Manager from “an approved SEGA retailer” (like Steam or Amazon, for instance) gets early beta access for free and a free copy of Football Manager Touch…

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West of Loathing Update: Second Impressions

West of Loathing

Well, it’s been less than a week since Asymmetric Publications absolutely knocked it out of the park with West of Loathing, but I’m already coming at you for my second impressions. I’m doing this for a reason, though, and that reason is that they’ve already released their first patch for the game. This is a great sign on its own, as it shows that West of Loathing is far from a cash grab and it’s developers actually want to provide the best possible experience to West of Loathing players. Scanning…

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Trivia Crack Kingdoms and Trivia Crack Heroes

Trivia Crack Heroes Logo

If you love (or have ever loved) Trivia Crack, you know how hard it can be to find another mobile game that’s as fun and addicting. Maybe you’ve tried other trivia games and apps like Jeopardy and QuizUp, but you still haven’t been able to recapture that Trivia Crack magic. Well, lucky for you, Trivia Crack is just the first game in the franchise released by Etermax, and there are already two spinoffs in the series: Trivia Crack Kingdoms and Trivia Crack Heroes. If you loved Trivia Crack, you have…

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Dungeons & Dragons Beyond: Digital D&D

D&D Beyond

If you’ve ever tried to introduce someone to Dungeons & Dragons, you know it’s usually a several hour (or even several day) affair. Even people who are excited about trying D&D for the first time can burn out during the process of creating their character, and if you’re trying to introduce the game to a group of people it can be even worse. Luckily, those days are gone, thanks to Dungeons and Dragons Beyond. Dungeons & Dragons Beyond is an attempt to partially digitize the Dungeons & Dragons experience to…

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