‘Halo’ will bring back local multiplayer

When I critiqued Halo 5: Guardians, the lack of split-screen co-op was low on my list of gripes with the game. But that's not to say it wasn't a problem. In the lead-up to the 2015 game's release, developer 343 Industries crowed that there were no sa…

Fly over Paris with all your VR friends in ‘Eagle Flight’

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‘Genital Jousting’ brings a new level of silliness to Steam

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‘Evolve’ is dying after its free-to-play transition failed

Evolve managed to bump its online player count from 300 to a million by going free-to-play, but developer Turtle Rock says it can no longer support the shooter. "We were hungry for more but unfortunately today is the last day that Turtle Rock Studios…

‘Splatoon’ isn’t dead, but it’s still saying goodbye

Today at 5am ET, the final Splatfest commenced for players of Nintendo's squid-kid shooter Splatoon. Players were asked to choose one of two teams representing the in-game hosts, Callie and Marie. At the end of the festival, members of the team with…

Remember Mplayer? The ’90s game service is relaunching

If you lived in the '90s and tried to run multiplayer Quake across a 56K modem, you may have fond memories (or not) of MPlayer. The '90s PC gaming service is coming back after being defunct for 15 years, thanks to a company called MPlayer Entertain…

Nintendo launched a multiplayer web portal for Splatoon stats

How do you get your Splatoon fix when you're away from your Wii U? With SplatNet — the game's newly christened web portal, of course. Okay, it's not actually that new: Japanese players have had access to the website for months, but Nintendo only j…

Vortex wars

Vortex wars

Vortex wars

Vortex Wars is strategy game loosely based on Risk! and dicewars. You can play against up to 7 players with one of many game options and maps. You can unlock new content by playing and even get some bonuses that will help you in future games.

Controls are simple, just click on one of your regions and than click on enemy region to attack it. Dice rolls determine winner. You will get reinforcements at the end your turn.

Game is constantly evolving , bug are being fixed and new content is being added.