Bright Lights of Svetlov
Виртуальные забавы отправляют нас в самые разные миры и очередной вояж на Марс едва ли вызовет какие-то особенные эмоции. А вот Огни Светлова - внезапно - отправили в мир детства, где все знакомое и родное. И это круто, это вызывает какие-то совершенно новые эмоции, непривычные для игр.
Очень приятно видеть экранизацию советской действительности в самом ее приземленном и обычном виде. Без клишированных камрадов, ушанок и вот этого всего. В общем, сеттинг удался.
И нарратив, кстати, тоже. За свои полтора часа игра успевает рассказать историю, причем делает это неплохо. Приемы подачи сюжета стандартны - но они работают. В какой-то момент ловишь себя на той мысли, что погрузился в это все и на самом деле интересно что будет дальше.
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this game is so well made! i love the vibe. i felt cozy half the game. and i love the sounds of the birds and the wind used outside. it sounds like outside my house. each country got its own local birds. you rarely hear european nature in games. it made the ambience even more wholesome. anyways…
what started happy and cheery ended in tragdedy and i was shocked. especially when i found out that this whole incident is based on a real event i have never known about before this game.
i hope vladimir cholokyan will make more games.
bought this game specifically so I could laugh at it, it has that sort of charm that you get from movies like The Room (or anything made by Neil Breen.) WAY too graphically demanding, however, and there’s tons of problems with enemy AI and lighting, but it’s laughably playable. Overall solid work.
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I don’t like when I have to restart a game and do everything again and again but make sure I remember every detail…HOWEVER…this game in particular has an art form to it in which I appreciate. There is a certain hype element and excitement from getting a bit further every game play and mastering the completion of the game. It’s spooky, it’s odd, it’s interesting, it’s fun…I like it!
Youtube Game Play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCP41TQXZjU
Atmospheric horror in psychedelic entourage. The game bribes with a breathtaking gameplay with a good study with a small required disk space for installation.
In something even crazy because of its features. The chief hero will be fighting with monsters in his own dream and only to wake up.
There are also Easter eggs and references to other games.
In general, a fit game, but it is suitable for those who love something psychedelic.
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Simple and therefore great horror. The author surprises us with a whole story, which, is revealed in a small apartment. A plus for me is also the presence of in-game achievements.
Coin Pusher World
Adds a nice variety to my stream!!!
Great game to play with your community, as a side game or even main game having a giggle with friends and seeing who can win the most with the leader boards. Who doesn’t like a coin pusher though?
Putin kills: Christmas
Putin Kills: Christmas fucked my wife
This is a really good game. The story is unmatched amongst any game I’ve ever seen and very thought out. I loved the music which accompanied me in each uniquely designed level. The enemies you encounter are perfectly balanced and you actually become stronger throughout the levels.When I heard there was another part of this game series I immediately knew I had to get it. Luckily a friend gifted me “Putin kills: Coronavirus” just like this amazing title before that.
However, there is one negative critique. After I reached level 6 and fought my way through terrorists, robots and viruses, I stumbled upon a problem. The map didn’t work and only showed a black picture. And then I noticed something: There was no way out of level 6. I checked every room and even drew my own map in paint, you cannot leave level 6. So if anyone can help me out I would really appreciate it.
Come face-to-face with a heavyweight champ!
Too many boxing games place the player outside the ring looking in. How can you experience the adrenaline jolt of landing a crisp uppercut from the cheap seats?
Now you can literally “enter the ring” in the classic first-person boxing game TKO from Accolade™ – the boxing game that sticks you right on the canvas, staring straight into the eyes of a prize fighter bent on rearranging your face.
TKO’s features make it a unanimous decision:
Split-screen, arcade-style boxing action gives you a dual, first-person perspective. Watch yourself hit and get hit.
Witness the punishment of the punches on each fighter’s face. They swell. They bruise. They turn black and blue.
Calibrate each boxer’s strengths. Is his left better than his right? Is he cat-like or a clubber? Does he run out of band-aids or run out of gas?
Fight a stable of hungry contenders, each with his own ringside manner.
Slug it out with large, animated fighters. Pick on somebody your own size.
One or two player capability: pummel friends or clobber the computer.
Aerial-cam shows your position in the ring.
Game mang tới nhiều cung bậc cảm xúc khác nhau, khiến người chơi bị ám ảnh nặng nề. Tôi xin phép nghỉ giữa chừng. Ko dám chơi tiếp! Cảm ơn các bạn đã tạo ra con game tuyệt vời này! Mong được trải nghiệm tiếp những sản phẩm từ các bạn!
greatest game of all time, yet you can not actually beat the game it seems. The monster is easy to get away from.
Cartels takes place during the late 1980s drug war in Colombia. Fight for the Medellín Cartel as a Sicario, or enforce the law on the Coalition as either a Colombian Search Bloc or DEA operative. Take to the streets and jungles of Colombia and engage in intense realistic firefights.
Authentic gunplay: Engage in realistic firefights with weapons that must be carefully aimed, but are quicker to kill. There are no crosshairs or hitmarkers.
Character customization: Mix and match numerous clothing options to make your favorite outfits for either the Cartel or Coalition.
Cooperative & offline play: Play cooperative missions against AI enemies with your friends in Outbreak and Operations, or offline in any mode.
Weapon unlock & variant system: Unlock new weapons and variants by completing challenges as you play. Progression is not linear, so what you unlock next is up to you.
Immersive gameplay: From bodies writhing on the ground to explosions all around you, become immersed in the art and sound of Cartels.
16v16 Multiplayer: Battle in teams of up to 16 players in our attack-and-defense “Raid” game mode, our area control game mode “Supremacy”, or various party modes.
Steam Achievements: Unlock a plethora of achievements all with diverse sets of challenges to keep the game fun and interesting.
Never in my whole life have I been more terrified within the realms of a video game.
I believe a large portion of that comes from my intense phobia of nuclear power plants, but there’s also a huge variety of aspects this game nails in terms of horror. As someone experienced with music composition and production, the first thing I want to point out is the absolutely stellar sound design. Low, abstract drones bounce off of each wall, and you know it’s coming from… somewhere. But you don’t know where.
It’s a short but tense 3D exploration and interaction game, it happens in several rooms inside a nuclear plant. The story is based on an important fragment of the actual event Chernobyl Disaster.
Old story in 1986, then not the modern HD style. If you don’t accept pixel things, go to Settings- Video- Filter Strength, turn it Low or None.
Radiation detector sound and background noise in plant. No intentional extra sfx.
1. There might be some bugs under fixing, but it doesn’t influence the experience if you like this kind of game. The developers are active in the pinned discussion so just ask.
Nice puzzle game! Well designed levels with a nice soundtrack. Price is right. Only wished there were more levels. An editor would be nice too!
This is one of the best concepts of a first person puzzle game I’ve seen in a while, everything is very polished. The puzzles are pretty casual. The price is right. I just wish there were more puzzles. It’s like a combo of Q-Beh The Atlas Cube and Portal. Please make some DLC or another game! 10/10