Author Tim Kerslake

https://geekjabber.com

Head honcho and tech guy behind the GeekJabber website, I also do my fair share of writing. I am a fan of vintage technology, casual gaming and music.

Crash Drive 3 Out Now

M2H Games have released the latest incarnation of Crash Drive, Crash Drive 3, on July 8, 2021.  This release has been done simultaneously on 9 different platforms.  These platforms include PC (via Steam or Epic Games Store), Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, as well as IOS and Android.…

Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition Review

Age of Empires 2 is a game that seems to never die. I remember playing the original game back in the early 2000’s when I was studying network engineering with one of my lecturers. We called it “network testing” so we could pretend it was a constructive usage of our time between classes. Fast forward…

Clones Review

I start this review knowing full well that I might be flogging a dead horse well past the point that I should. Not only have I reviewed a mobile version of Lemmings for Android, I am now reviewing another PC-based Lemmings lookalike from 2011 that’s been sitting in my Steam library for about as long…

Rocka Feller Review

I’ve mentioned elsewhere, for instance in my Lemmings review, that I have fond memories of my first IBM PC Compatible at home in 1992.  This is by far not the first computer I ever used.  That machine would be the BBC Micro Model B, which was a very common machine in schools if you grew…

T7Droid Screen Recorder Review

Some people may have a bit of confusion as to why a site intended for casual gaming might choose to review something that isn’t, strictly speaking, a game. I promise you there is a justification for it. Given I am planning to do some Android game reviews, I figured that it would be worth investigating…

Fruit Ninja 2 Review

The original Fruit Ninja game has always been a favourite of mine. Once I discovered the game, it has been installed on every smartphone I’ve owned. Turning perfectly usable fruit into a slushy paste has always been a great way to spend a few minutes when you’ve got nothing else to do. It was a…

Lemmings Review

I often feel very nostalgic of my experiences with computers in the 80’s and early 90’s. I still remember the specs of the first IBM PC compatible our family had at home in 1992 – a 386SX/16, with a whopping 4 megabytes of RAM, and an absolutely whopping 60 megabytes of hard drive space. It…