ESC, the Entertainment Software Charity, is working with GamesMaster magazine to create four wristbands for gamers. The bands, which will raise money for a variety of charitable causes, will be cover-mounted on to the December issue of the magazine. The designs on the band will be decided from a competition that’s already run in the magazine, but green bands will be for Xbox gamers, purple for GameCube gamers, blue for PS2 and, rather oddly, red for PC.
Just as diamonds are a girl’s best friend, magic gems are the delight of game players everywhere. Magic Gem challenges logic and arcade action fans to match three or more gems of the same color as they rain from the sky and collect at the bottom of the screen.
In Magic Gem, a stunning fantasy world filled with magical life forms sets the stage for enjoyable and addictive gameplay. As you line up gems using your mouse, you release coins that fill a status bar. When the bar is full, you win the level and advance to the next stage. Special gems release one of seven powerups, such as a lightning strike that can take out an entire column of gems.
Whether you want a relaxing color matching game or a
tailored to your preference. No matter which speed you choose, however, you’ll have to react quickly to capture pickups and bonus points as they rise to the top of the display.
Lastly, Magic Gem features dazzling animation and audio, ensuring the game looks and sounds as good as it plays.