Good game! I enjoyed the fast pacing and novel game design approach. Definitely recommend picking up and checking out!
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Days Gone By
It’s the Dark Souls of platformers
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Pureya is a game that changes every 10 seconds, that is to say it is a game of several games, that draws some inspiration from the Wario Ware saga, more in the general concept of the minigames, because in the execution they are very different because compared to Wario Ware where you play a collection of minigames in each character at the pace of the story that tells you between cinematics, which here there are also but to a lesser extent.
Here you have to get as many unlockable items to get the best rewards where you dare to pachinko you must get three equal numbers from 1 to 9 where the higher the number, the more things you can unlock from minigames, to skins for each minigames or soundtracks with some additional challenges for people who let them little pass the game, like getting to complete all the survivals or get to have 100% in a game that I will only say that I do not recommend it for the extremely monotonous for what you must do to get 100% but in the end to be a game of several minigames is very good, if not beats Wario Ware for obvious reasons but for what it is, I recommend it, that if you be careful if you play a long time because you can end up like me with that amount of hours that to this day I still can not explain to the people around me.
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I was a little back-and-forth on my rating for this one, but I ultimately think it’s worth the price and time investment. The micro-games are charming and fun, and perfect for wasting time. My main gripe with the game is the pachinko section. Your reward for performing well in the 10-second micro-games is a handful of pachinko marbles, which you fire off in one of two directions to unlock rewards, like new games, new music, and new sprites. The frustrating flip-side of this is that the better you are at the game, the longer you’ll be forced to spend playing the non-game section that is, frankly, not especially exciting. This can be alleviated by just playing the endless mode and ignoring the pachinko machine altogether, but the fact that, if you want to make any meaningful progress, at least half your time will be spent on the least engaging part of the game is still very frustrating. Overall, it’s worth playing for the great parts and pushing through the tiresome parts.
Make a Path for the Chicken
Clever use of mouse and keyboard. Being able to rotate the platforms opens up interesting solutions. Your platforming still needs to be on par though to make it through all the puzzles. Personally I liked the minimalist 8-bit look of the levels.
Nice puzzle platformer.
Played from start to finish and I’m satisfied with the challenge (not too easy nor too hard) and the overall presentation is coherent with the price, so I would say it has a very good value.
NOTE: This review is part of my steam curator review and is the extended version. Check my steam curator page at https://store.steampowered.com/curator/39607348-Random-Game-Reviews-by-Labprofess/ . Follow appreciated!
Puerto Viejo is a game set during the Spanish golden age in which you, playing as Miguel, are on a mission to find your father after he hasn’t returned from Sea. However, such a journey is expensive and you only have 2 days. It’s now based on you being able to find enough jobs and meet enough people in hopes to get the money in time. Completing such jobs requires the completion of various mini games: each game unique to its level. Some are harder, some are easier. Some will require you to do them over and over again until you succeed. I don’t want to spoil them, but I can tell you that they really train your timing and reflexes. Really gets you to concentrate on the game. A unique way of challenging the player, nothing I have ever seen before. This game blends both realism and non fiction too, in that it demonstrates the work of the Spanish golden age in its mini games. The Spanish golden age was a time period of flourishing art and literature. This is seen in levels such as helping your friend sing a poem while you are plucking the guitar. For the rest, I’ll let you explore and connect the levels to the games surrounding yourself. A fun and easy way to learn something new.
What a charming game! The game has gorgeous art and music which helps to whisk me away to a Ghibli-esque world. The minigames are varied with lots of new mechanics each being introduced. I look forward to what’s next from this studio.
You Are Not a Banana: Better Edition
You Are Not A Banana is a pixel styled adventure/puzzle game set it everyday life. The big reason I liked this game is because of the humor and the really cool soundtrack. The basis of You Are Not A Banana is you follow a man as he goes through a day. Weird and odd things happen, and plenty of little puzzles are present throughout the game. You Are Not A Banana is very short, but the price tag of $2 is reasonable for the time. There is controller support, but the game doesn’t have different icons for the buttons in game. This game is very quirky and is not for everyone, but it is definitely worth a look at.
I am not a Banana Bread
- Preheat oven to 175c (350f)* In a large bowl mix in 1 1/2 to 2 cups bread flour, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/2 cup butter, 1 cup light brown sugar, 2 eggs, 2 1/2 cups bananas, 1 tsp vanilla extract* Add chocolate chips into mix if you so feel like it, or nuts, or raisins or 1 tsp cinnamon / 1/2 tsp nutmeg / 1/8 tsp ground clove or 3 tbs of orange / lemon / lime zest (whatever floats your boat)* Pour into a lightly greased & floured loaf pan* Bake for 60-70min, check every 5 min starting at 50min with a toothpick
I dont like giving small indie devs a “Not recommended”, but this game is incredibly meh.
Its way too short (finished it in 3 hours), the minigames are all below flash game quality and the “story” just isnt that interesting with no actual resolution.
I backed this game, but I would not be able to recommend this game to anyone. Its not fun.
(Also I cant find my name in the credits even though I’ve filled the form :C )
Ok so I got this game and it looks good from the store page then when you play it it goes to the next level 50 out of 10 it’s so good
Wow this is a really cool game possibly one of the best I have ever played!!!
Gravitaze: Two is a minimalist puzzle whose objective is to make the circle reach the center of the maze, changing the gravity of the circle and rotating the maze.
make the circle reach the center of the maze.
use space key to chage circle gravity, use left key and right key to rotate the maze.
finish all mazes
What is this game? It’s you watching and listening to a guy ramble on and on incoherently about subjects.
How to get achievements? Just load up the game and minimize. Chill out on the web for a couple of hours while achievements slowly roll in.
I dont even know, what the purpose of this game is but seems funny :D mol