F1 RACE STARS™
I really enjoyed this game and I think that my playtime proves it. However, I feel that this enjoyment comes from being a part of a specific generation rather than the game’s own strengths. When I was a kid, all of my friends stopped whatever we were doing to watch Schumi’s legendary, record breaking 2002 Championship in a country where football is inconceivably more important than any other sport. I also remember a day at the mall when I found a demo Nintendo DS with Mario Kart at a store, playing and mastering it for hours while my parents were shopping. Last one is skipping school countless times to play Blur (2010) with my friends at an internet cafe, finally thinking that PC had a viable Mario Kart competitor.
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F1 Race Stars
A competent and challenging kart/arcade racer
F1 Race stars is a Kart Racer/Arcade racer set in the 2012 F1 season with all real drivers and teams. The game is in the same sort of league as Mario Kart and Sonic and Sega All Stars Racing. Not quite as fast paced but at times more challenging.
No drifting here, Unlike most Kart/Arcade racers where drifting is needed to win, drifting does not feature at all in this game. However you are required to approch corners with a more realistic racing line using your brakes. On kers corners you charge up your kers in the corner by keeping the car controlled and releasing when you leave the corner. If you go into a corner at full speed you will crash.
[Fencing] is a unique game. You can’t control the characters to run and jump like other games. Here, you can only use the WASD keyboard or the left rocker of the handle to control the character’s vertical upward, forward, left and right jump attack.
The injury mechanism is the same as the scoring mechanism in real fencing competition. If the sword hits different parts of the body, it will cause different degrees of damage! Head, legs, arms and upper body, the degree of injury decreased in turn.
Based on the physical type of combat, therefore, according to your sword time, sword angle, sword length, to determine the hit character, whether it will fly in a certain direction!
Contains the Ragdoll system, after each hit, it will open the corresponding Ragdoll simulation effect according to your hit to the character’s body bone.
-Unique character manipulation
-Injury mechanism of fencing
-Various game forms, free fight, local double, AI watch, follow-up will update the online mode!
-At present, there are six available characters, and more will be launched in the future.
This independent game, developed by me alone, has many shortcomings at present. I welcome the feedback from players who have purchased the game, and hope to make [fencing] more perfect in the future! In addition, I sincerely welcome the friends who love the game, as well as the old comrades in arms of the independent game camp, to actively communicate with me.
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Stadium is better IMO because it has more population, more community generated content, and more persistent playerbase than this game.
Racing gameplay here is largely based on rally racing. Note that the car steers very well, and can handle sharp turns. But, it doesn’t do so well at high speeds and will spin out at any attempt at braking. As such, racing tends to be more technical than drifting related or fullspeed.
This was the third of the TM2 series, and its the most graphically polished, however TM2 still excells in content.
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Hmm I don’t know if I should put all the enviroments into one review on Valley but I’ll do it anyway.
If you played the original Trackmania then this shouldn’t be a surprise because everything is particulary the same, which is a good thing! I’ve loved the original Trackmania since I’ve seen about it back in my middle school years. Played the demo of Trackmania Sunrise and enjoyed the series ever since. I met some really good people and friends and actually played competitively in this game, but it didn’t last long…..sadly
The Royal Game of Ur 3D
The Royal Game of Ur is the oldest board game known to mankind!
The game belongs to the sub-genre of board games called “racing games” and is the historic predecessor of Backgammon. 4500 years old game boards, pieces and dice of the Royal Game of Ur were found in the so-called “Royal Tombs of Ur” near the city of the same name in todays Iraq. On several, approx. 2000 years old Babylonian clay tablets, which were inscribed with cuneiform writing, rules of the game were preserved. These are the oldest surviving rules of a board game.
A Classic Game in a Modern Style
This digital adaptation offers you the opportunity to relive this timeless gaming masterpiece in our modern times. You can play against a computer opponent with an adjustable difficulty level or against human players. Both local and online multiplayer are supported. The game rules can be adjusted to your individual likings in each match.
What You Can Expect
The game requires you to make smart tactical decisions, but doesn’t put you under time pressure. Combined with the realistic graphic style and atmospheric sound ambiance, the game offers a perfect mix between puzzling and relaxation.
The Rules in a Nutshell
Move your pieces along one of several available routes across the 20 squares of the game board. To do this, you roll the four tetrahedron-shaped dice and move one piece of your choice at a time according to the total of the values shown on the dice. There must never be more than one piece on the same square, so you may kick opposing pieces off the board. If a piece lands on a square that is marked with a rosette, it is protected from being kicked out. In addition, the dice may be rolled one more time. If you get all your pieces to the finish line, you win.
Fly The Cloud
Ride on a cloud, fly freely in the sky.
Just stand on the cloud and you can control it by changing your position. dodging various obstacles, reach the goal in limited time.
In the game, before you reach the finish, you need to pass through several checkpoints. The compass on the screen will always point toward your next target. If you fall out of the sky, you can restart at the last checkpoint.
Third-person 3d view action game
Support up to 4 local players racing in splict screen mode
Pickaxe does nothing at all. I can’t progress past anything that requires flint because of it. I tried to use multiple pickaxe on any form of rock I could find. I would have had a lot more fun if my body was marked on the map after death, I walked forever just to find out my dead body despawned, or maybe just never dropped at all. Hopefully a dev fixes this, I’d like to actually enjoy the game
Really enjoy this game with my friends! Although the rules are easy, we can always find different strategies to beat each other :) Wish there will be a map editor. Cannot wait to create some maps to share with my friends!
Good party game that is awesome if you can find someone else to play with.
Has AI player so you can play alone.
Too many loading screens.
I don’t want to get a poo when I lose a round.
Online match is impossible unless you can find people at right place.
Level editor with Steam Workshop support.
Custom match but you can set multiple levels instead of just one.
Street Fighter X Tekken
I myself have played pretty much every Street Fighter game that is available out there, including the very first Street Fighter game. And I believe my first Playstation game was Tekken 1. I have loved fighting games since I was a little kid, and I in fact, wanted to get this game, but because of some negative reviews on this game by some people, I decided to just stay away from it for a while. Now that it was on a Steam sale, I have decided to buy it, and well, I am not really sure why people would give bad ratings to this game….sure, you can’t really use the Tekken characters like you normally would in the original Tekken games, as the one that made this game is Capcom, but those Tekken characters still maintain their own character even in this game. It kind of sucks that Jin is kind of hard to use in this….or I should say, he either sucks or is for the real hardcore players….or possibly, I simply don’t understand how he works in this game yet. But Jin kind of does not really feel like the Jin in the Tekken series. It sucks even more because you can’t use Devil Jin, either.
7/10 A good game with several severe drawbacks to it
Review for the Street Fighter X Tekken: Complete Pack version 1.08
Both the Street Fighter & the Tekken franchise are video game milestones. Capcom’s Street Fighter II (1991) became famous for introducing mechanics we nowadays perceive as normal, such as combos, cancellations, or lenient controls. Bandai-Namco’s Tekken series (1994 ongoing) then built upon this & Sega’s Virtua Fighter’s legacy (1993 ongoing) to sweep the market with 3D fighting arenas, new control schemes, more realistic fighting moves, & beginner friendly controls that displayed a remarkable, never before seen depth to them. It seems like a no-brainer for these two giants to meet up in this crossover from 2012. But whether this 2.5D mashup fared well or not, is a completely different question.
Marooners is a great little party game that you can play with up to 6 players, You can mix local and online players. It is very chaotic because minigames just pauze and change often. It is a blast.
The goal of the game is always collecting coins, A coin is worth 1, A Emerald is worth 5 and a Diamond is worth 10. You can hit other players which disables them for a few seconds. You play trough the minigames and the player with the most coins at the end wins. It is not an easy task, Most of the minigames are very challenging especially with 6 players.
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Approximate amount of time to 100%: 16h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: a lot, but the game is very short.
Has it been in a bundle: Yes
Is there a good guide available: Yes here
How many people have complete this game at the time I’m writing this review: 17 on Astats
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
This game has aged well and still stands on its own merits, even with Injustice 2 available. A fun, casual friendly fighter with a decent story and good overall direction. The characters all look and feel great. In truth, I prefer this to the sequel in a lot of ways. That said, this recommend comes with some hefty caveats:
1. S.T.A.R. Labs is a set of hundreds of side-missions added to the game to pad its length. They generally involve either a flash-game quality arcade style minigame or a semi-normal fight with your arms tied behind your back and/or major RNG components. They are godawful, but there’s an achievement tied to completing them all with the best score possible (but only requires completing 240/300 missions since the last 60 are DLC), so they’re unavoidable if you’re an achievement hunter. I can’t express enough how terribly designed and balanced this aspect of the game is and it was almost enough for me to leave a negative review. Grinding them out is a truly awful gameplay experience, which I think the devs realized since the skins we’d normally have to unlock there come pre-unlocked in this version.
“Gods Among Us: Anyone can be a Hero”
Fighting games have long since descended from their all-conquering dizzying heights (in the 80’s and 90’s) to become almost a niche genre, as both games and gamers diversify. Within this evolving landscape, ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us (The Ultimate Edition)’ manages to brawl its way into contention as a polished, well crafted fighter, that despite its issues, is a fine addition to any Fight Game enthusiast’s collection.
Campaign: Released in late 2013, NetherRealm | Warner Bros. follow up on the commercial success of ‘Mortal Kombat: The Komplete Edition’ by essentially replicating that game within the DC Comics universe. The ‘Campaign’ mode follows the story arc from the ‘Injustice’ comic books, wherein a crazed Joker has killed Lois Lane and detonated a nuclear device in Metropolis. The game picks up with an enraged Superman asserting martial law over the planet and slowly turning from protector to oppressor. Narrated through well conceived animated cut-scenes and interspersed with 1-on-1 battles, gamers assume control of all their favorite characters as well as some others they might not have been so inclined to. The usual suspects are all here – from Batman, Superman, The Joker, Lex Luthor, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Green Arrow and Bane to a host of newer faces like Doomsday, Solomon Grundy, Frost, DeathStroke and Aquaman. A variety of Single Player Arcade-style Tournaments, Challenges, and lots of unlockable comic lore round out a content-rich title.