Shadow’s H.265 Support lowers Bandwidth Requirements

It’s been busy at Shadow since they officially launched in the United States back in January. They released an iOS client in Beta for all Shadow Subscribers. Most recently they implemented H.265 Support to reduce Cloud Gaming bandwidth requirements. Continue reading “Shadow’s H.265 Support lowers Bandwidth Requirements”

Snoost Reveals the Tech Powering their Cloud

Flickstiq recently interviewed Snoost CEO Christian Lykke on YouTube. That meeting answered a lot of questions about Snoost, and we are back to learn more. Our most recent interview focuses on the Tech that powers Snoost. Continue reading “Snoost Reveals the Tech Powering their Cloud”

LiquidSky Update 0.3.5 Improves Streaming Quality

LiquidSky is committed to steadily improving their Cloud Gaming Platform. While there is always room to improve, they excel at making their Cloud Gaming experience easy. It’s essentially plug & play. Update 0.3.5 focuses on improving the streaming experience. Continue reading “LiquidSky Update 0.3.5 Improves Streaming Quality”

Vortex Cloud Gaming Early 2018 Review

Vortex is a Cloud Gaming Service from the makers of Remotr. They offer 100 Hours of Gaming for $9.99 per month. Vortex’s approach is very similar to what Nvidia is doing with GeForce Now. They offer a large library of games that are a mixture of free and paid titles. So how does Vortex actually perform? Continue reading “Vortex Cloud Gaming Early 2018 Review”

Simplay Adds Support for Parsec

Simplay is an up-and-coming Cloud Gaming Service available in Europe. They offer Unlimited Cloud Gaming at 1080p 60 fps for only $19.99  $26.99 per month. Their fans have found that Simplay works best when paired with Parsec. With that said, using Parsec on Simplay isn’t an easy experience. That all changes today. Continue reading “Simplay Adds Support for Parsec”

How to Enable In-Game Voice Chat on a Cloud Server

At Flickstiq, we are fans of Cloud Gaming. We like that Cloud Gaming frees you from financial side of Video Game Hardware. The freedom that Cloud Gaming provides can be very liberating, but not everything is perfect. Most Cloud Gaming Services don’t allow you to use your Microphone at home to chat with your friends in-game. Let’s fix that. Continue reading “How to Enable In-Game Voice Chat on a Cloud Server”

Parsec Further enhances Security with Approved Apps

Parsec is a name that should be familiar to all Gamers. Their Game Streaming App offers ultra-low latency Game Streaming both at home and in the Cloud. Just when you think that their product is largely finished, they find new ways to make it better. This week’s focus is Security. Continue reading “Parsec Further enhances Security with Approved Apps”

Shadow Prepares to open up it’s iOS Beta

Shadow made a big splash with their California Launch last week. They have been vocal about their goal to become a premiere destination for Cloud Gamers. While they are very excited to have expanded beyond Europe, Shadow isn’t sitting still. They recently revealed details about their plans to move beyond computers.  Continue reading “Shadow Prepares to open up it’s iOS Beta”

Can you Enjoy Cloud Gaming with Slow Internet?

We were recently asked in our YouTube Channel if it is possible to have a good Cloud Gaming experience with slow internet. Our first impulse was to say no. It seems obvious. Cloud Gaming is a completely internet-dependent technology. We then realized that we would be saying this based on an assumption rather than from experience. Time to experiment. Continue reading “Can you Enjoy Cloud Gaming with Slow Internet?”

Cloud Gaming Sign Up Bonuses

Cloud Gaming is awesome, but it can also be expensive. At Flickstiq, we are often asked whether there are any free or discounted Cloud Services out there. While there aren’t any free Cloud Providers, you can definitely get a discount when you sign up for a new account. Continue reading “Cloud Gaming Sign Up Bonuses”