GB Rober

GB Rober

A love letter to Mega Man except much shorter and much, MUCH more forgiving. Unless you’re playing with modifiers to make the game harder for you, you get infinite lives and a fair amount of checkpoints each stage. The game takes 1-2 hours to complete depending on your skill level. (I’m average so I died quite a bit, but not to the point of getting frustrated.)

Since this is a fast-paced platformer, the game “feel” is probably the most important thing here, and GB Rober nails it. The controls feel really good, and the gameplay mechanics, while simple, provide enough variety to keep you entertained.

Real player with 10.9 hrs in game

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I really like this game!

I haven’t put a lot of time into it, but so far the enemies and level design feel very fair.

The fact that unlimited lives are on by default really encourages experimenting with your special moves and new weapons, as dying doesn’t really have any consequences: the levels are short so it doesn’t take long to get back to where you were and weapon energy refills on its own.

The roll mechanic is amazing and it feels incredibly rewarding to get a bunch of speed and airtime by jumping off platforms at the right time, skipping huge chunks of the level. This along with the dash makes the game really fun to speedrun (and on that note i do wish there was some sort of timer to keep track of your performance, but it’s not a big deal).

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

GB Rober on Steam



Who is the FREEMAN?

One ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Scientist Who think can Beat Alien, Us Forces, Black Ops But

At the end He can beat all of them and Hired!

Shame on you if you haven’t played this Game yet

Buy this Quickly and Finish it Fast and be sure this is not a Waste of Time.

Real player with 31.2 hrs in game

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Some guidelines

1: If you want to change the field of view, you can enter “default_fov” through the console , best between 100~120

2: Looking for MP-5 and GLOCK-17? Disable “Enable HD models of available” in Options \ Video. If you want CLOT-727 (M4A1) and BERETTA 92FS, enable this option. The game seems to have replaced the MP-5 and GLOCK-17 of HD Models in an update.

Real player with 20.4 hrs in game

Half-Life on Steam

Half-Life: Opposing Force

Half-Life: Opposing Force

You can shoot Senior Drill Instructor Barnes

Real player with 31.8 hrs in game

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Let Me be Honest with you

Before Play this Game:

You love Gordon Freeman You Like all Scientists and Hate all of the HECU

After Play this Game:

You no longer cared about scientists You Love Shephard and And whatever you do Save HECU as you Can And you will Hated the Black Ops forces

This is the Magic of this Game (:

Real player with 24.4 hrs in game

Half-Life: Opposing Force on Steam

Half-Life: Source

Half-Life: Source

If you’re thinking you’re going to get a CS:S or DOD:S styled remake or remaster for HL1, which was originally a Gold Source game, you will be extremely disappointed. There’s a huge cluster of glitches that are littered throughout, ranging from some being an small inconvenience that can agitate people (like the security guards and scientists moaning, screaming, and groaning constantly after getting hit), others being major bugs or exploits in the game play (biggest example being the tentacle encounter, which HL:S turns the menacing alien tentacles that could possibly kill you in one hit if you’re not careful, into decoration).

Real player with 127.4 hrs in game

PLAY THE ORIGINAL: As everyone knows, this game is a joke. It feels like no time at all was put into development and it feels hastily slapped together no thought to the og. This game has lots of bad things in it that make the game less fun than the original not to mention some blatant bugs that really mess up the game. I strongly recommend you play the original half life on the goldsrc engine.

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

Half-Life: Source on Steam

Little Big Adventure 2

Little Big Adventure 2

Little Big Adventure 2 is definitely among my favourite games. I’d say it’s not for everyone, but if you like scripted adventure games, LBA 2 will be a game for you. What’s unique about this game is its style and atmosphere. The game was released in 1997, so the graphics are not the best by today’s standards. But that also means that the developers couldn’t simply make a “good looking” game and sell it like hot cakes because it has a strong brand name and a fancy trailer. The game really is good, it makes you want to discover more and more of its story. At some point in the game the story becomes predictable, but it’s still very good. I’ve played the game in all three language versions (German, English, French), and the dialogues in the German version are definitely the worst, but the German voice actors are the best. If you know French, play the game in French, it will be much easier to understand the NPCs' hints.

Real player with 26.8 hrs in game

One of my favorite games to date. I played this back when it came in a CD and it suggested you to instell DirectX 3.a (!)

With a great comic approach, but with well done puzzles and a (although crazy) interesting story, this game has a bit of everything: Action, Puzzles, Comedy, Exploration and it has its somewhat open world parts!

tl;dr if you enjoy old style adventure games with lots of things to do and discover, you won’t regret this. It never gets old.

This game had a combination of 3d envirorment (normally outdoor) with 2d envirorment (indoor isometric) and it is really really old, so don’t expect great graphics.

Real player with 23.0 hrs in game

Little Big Adventure 2 on Steam

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Average Blue Shift Enjoyer:

















Real player with 14.1 hrs in game

barney is the best character in all of half-life

Real player with 11.8 hrs in game

Half-Life: Blue Shift on Steam