Comparing the OneDrive UWP App for Windows 10 Mobile with that of the PC

OneDrive Splash Screen

Microsoft released the OneDrive UWP app for Windows 10 PCs and tablets yesterday. I take a look at the app and compare it to the app we had for Windows 10 Mobile for months. How does it compare? Hint: it’s the same app! Continue reading

Let’s Play Forza 6: Apex – First Impressions

Forza 6 Apex landed on the Windows Store om the fifth of May, and I gave it a test drive! What do I think? I think it is an amazing, free-to-play, single player game. It is a great racing simulator and a fun one at that. Assuming your PC meets the system requirements, this is a game you will want to download! Check out my first impressions video.

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Tim Sweeney is right about UWP apps being closed, thus bad for Industry

Summary: This is not like the Mac App Store. In the mac, if I make an app, I can distribute it both on the app store and other places. YOU CAN’T DO THAT IN WINDOWS 10. I can’t make a UWP game and put it on Steam! UWP is the way forward. It’s the foundation in which all future Windows APIs will be developed. It’s the future of Windows! Win32 is legacy. We don’t WANT to build Windows 7 apps. We want to EMBRACE the BETTER and SUPERIOR UWP platform that’s more secure and modern, AND we want to sell that SUPERIOR game and app on BOTH Windows Store AND steam.

Mr Tim Sweeney’s comment in regards to the UWP apps leading the way to a more closed PC ecosystem has come under fire by many Windows enthusiasts. Mr. Sweeney, founder of Epic Games and a prominent game developer, has expressed his disapproval in regards to the direction Microsoft is going with Universal Windows Platform, or UWP, apps. Sweeney had this to say: “Microsoft has launched new PC Windows features exclusively in UWP and is effectively telling developers you can use these Windows features only if you submit to the control of our locked-down UWP ecosystem.” Opinions on whether he is right or wrong range all over the place, but here’s my take on it. Continue reading

Create Your Own Adventures in Virtual Reality with Voxelus


The possibilities are endless with a blank canvas, one inside which you can walk around and create anything you can imagine. Even better, you can create with little or no knowledge of programming or graphics design skills. To top it off, you can allow yourself to immerse inside your creations using a virtual reality headset, like the Oculus Rift. This, my friends, is made possible by none other than a platform called Voxelus. Continue reading

Project Spark in E3, OneDrive, App Studio and more for the Week of June 9, 2014

Microsoft announces games, including Halo Masterchief Collection. OneDrive app for Windows 8.1 gets updated with more goodies for non-touch users, and there are a lot more happened on the week of June 9, 2014. Continue reading

iOS8, OSX Yosemite, OneDrive, and Gold – Week of 6/2/2014

We had a flood of tech news for the week of June 6, 2014! Some include Apple’s WWDC, an interesting OneDrive update, and changes to Xbox LIVE Gold. Continue reading

I SPY Challenger by Scholastic – Game Highlight

A fantastic game is now available on the Windows Store. I SPY Challenger raises the bar for great game design. The game is made by Scholastic, a well-established company that makes and sells products for kids, including books and educational video games. They have released their latest creation to the Windows Store, for both kids and adults to enjoy.

I SPY Challenger Store Page (1)

I SPY Challenger is a game inspired from the I SPY books that I grew to love as a child. The game brings interactivity to the mix in a pleasantly exciting way. The game is beautifully built with excellent visuals and sound effects. It also has spoken dialogue, which is something I feel makes a game stand out from the bunch. Spoken voice in the game can appeal to kids; at least it appealed to me when I was a child. Continue reading

Kinectimals Unleashed in the Store as Universal App!



Kinectimals Unleashed

Microsoft brings Kinectimals to its platform as universal App! We already have Kinectimals on Xbox Live for all the while, now they’ve debuted as Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Apps. And the best of all, they are downloadable for free! Something for the whole family to enjoy on this Mother’s Day weekend. So guys, go right ahead, download this for our ladies and kids. ;-) Continue reading

Super Polygon has landed in the Windows Store.


We have a new kid on the block in the Store. Introducing Super Polygon for Windows 8. A game that will psyche you into stupor cause of its addictive nature. 3 days ago were were informed at McAkins Online that the newly released game for Windows Phone 8 will be coming to also to Windows 8. Thanks to the increasingly reusable codes between the two platform, the game took exactly 3 days to arrive on Win8. Which is a good thing. We hope to see more of this trend. Continue reading

Chuck’s Challenge 3D Review – A Brain Tingling Adventure

Chuck's Challenge Cover

It is one of most innovative puzzlers you can find today. Chuck’s Challenge 3D combines brain tingling puzzles with an exploration-based adventure. You play as the character Woop, who has summoned Chuck Sommerville, a famous game designer, to build fun challenges for him. Woop is a multi-dimensional aliens with a host of amazing resources that Chuck uses to build challenging levels for Woop. Continue reading

Flappy Bird Flaps into Windows 8 Store


Ladies and Gentlemen, we got’m! Flappy Bird is now in the Store!

Don’t ask me if it’s the Official Flappy Bird from the frustrated rich poor developer, we can’t see the forest anymore from the Flappy trees. But this is a quality version anyway, guaranteed to make you break your precious Surface2 or Lumia2050s in half from frustration. Not to worry though, you’ll have an advantage of high score cause for now you can play in Landscape mode! Continue reading

Unboxing the Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel

Thanks to Richard Hay from for giving me this Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel in a Giveaway Draw. I unbox this on this video and play Need for Speed Hot Pursuit live on the video!

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Several Paid Disney Games Free For a Limited Time on the Windows Store!

UPDATE: Offer is expired. The games are no longer free.

To kick of a new year, here’s a nice goody for you all. Disney is giving away some of their popular paid games to all Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 users! You can download these games free for a limited time both from the Windows 8 Store and the Windows Phone 8 Store. Here are the games that are now free for grabs. Continue reading

Royal Revolt Review – A Windows 8 Medieval Family Feud Game!

Courtesy of Windows Store
Courtesy of Windows Store

Preview and Install

Royal Revolt! deals with a medieval family feud that lets you play as a warrior, where you need to defend your castle, and prevent your enemies from invading your entire colony. While some aspects of the game are no different with the likes of Trenches and Swords, Royal Revolt! takes it a step higher, giving users 3D perspective experience like no other. Let’s unravel more secrets about this medieval-based game for Windows 8. Continue reading