Survival: Zombies aHead
It’s a fun little game to pass the time, definitely worth the price.
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Cool game inspired by Fruit ninja. Cool to spend the time.
Foreign Legion: Buckets of Blood
Foreign Legion, Buckets of Blood is the perfect example of a developer creating a casual game that’s not simply a frenzied money grab. Despite being an incredibly simple game, and an incredibly small one at release, the developers have worked hard to improve every single aspect of it.
While the lower difficulties are pretty much impossible to fail on the harder ones provide genuine challenge. The leaderboards and small meta-game will keep the game interesting beyond the initial 30 minutes of excitement.
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J’ai profité du Foreign Legion Bundle 9€99 sur Steam pour m’acheter le jeu et au final je pense que c’est une assez bonne affaire, le gameplay est simple et le jeu devient vite corsé en augmentant la difficulté.
Pour ce qui trouvent que le jeu est répétitif, je dirais que cela est normal vu que c’est un jeu bourrin et qu’il faut uniquement tuer des Hordes zombies et/ou terroriste grâce aux nombreuses armes qui vous sont proposés en montant en niveau.
Vous pouvez également jouer jusqu’à quatre, le jeu est excellent entre amis.
Sticking to my 5 pros and 5 cons, this will be as unbias as possible.
1. Very addicting
2. 2 maps for when one gets boring or dry. You can get in an intense street fight, or a chaotic battle in the forest.
3. Keeps count of every wolf killed. You can compare and compete with your friends.
4. Respectful developer and he engages with the community. This is one of the most important things.
5. Always being worked on. This game will have plenty of new addons in the future, and many things will change. This keeps the experience fresh and it keeps you busy.
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Oh my god, this game is too perfect.
You’re a martial arts, Jedi back-flipping ninja-esque Chuck Norris badass pig. That sums it up pretty well. You fight waves of weapon-wielding-wolves, all out for your blood. Why? Who knows? Who cares? All you need to know is that only one can survive. And that’s you because you’re a ninja pig.
The game never gets boring, really. I’ve played 16 hours so far and I haven’t gotten bored. Iron Snout + Star Wars soundtrack = win. Not only that, it’s so easy to pick up. The art style is both cute and amazingly badass. Also, I can introduce my little bro to it with the Kid-Friendly setting. The developer needs a high-five and someone needs to shout them a coffee. Actually, I’ll do it. I love this game.
SHINRAI - Broken Beyond Despair
“What had transpired here tonight was a rather complex chain of events, but I was going to explain everything as best as I could… So that they, too, would be able to understand the tragic truth behind it all. “
SHINRAI ~ Broken Beyond Despair is a murder mystery visual novel and first in the SHINRAI series, as well as the first game developed by indie German video game developer “Gosatsu”, a duo consisting of core members Gospel and Natsu. As a visual novel, gameplay in SHINRAI ~ Broken Beyond Despair consists primarily of reading, with interactivity delegated to segments wherein the player is prompted to present evidence in order to prove or disprove character deductions. Through a series of just such segments, the player progressively pieces together the identity of an anonymous killer and reveals the truth behind an otherwise seemingly straightforward death.
Shinrai provides a thrilling substitute for mystery fans, providing that itch of content when the well of other mystery titles dries up.
Despite a small team of about two people, Shinrai is a rare example of an indie mystery novel delivering a surprisingly good mystery. Shinrai isn’t without its flaws, but given its budget constraints, its a testament that a little passion can go a long way!
The game takes place at a secluded mountain resort, as a group of anime schoolmates convene for a Halloween party. Needless to say things go horribly wrong as murder and mayhem ensues. Piece together the clues, and discern who’s truly responsible, otherwise you may wrongly send an innocent character to jail!
This is awesome party game!
Been having great fun with my brother but we have been getting super competitive, I have even resulted to practicing against bots when hes not around!
What a great party game! I love it!
This game is great for some quick matches against your friends on the couch. That is definitively how I prefer it. However, in corona times you can still get your game on with the steam remote play =) Have fun blowing up your friends and family ;)
PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist
Ah, Legend Of The Brofist. A game filled to the brim with controversy because of the person it’s based on. But, I am here to review the GAME. NOT PewDiePie. So if you’re mad at anything I say in this review… go take it somewhere that somebody cares. And get in line if you have any personal beef with me because of my opinions. A lot of people do, and you’re just another one to tack on to the list.
Gameplay: Legend Of The Brofist is a 2D platformer, with differing elements in certain stages, such as low-gravity, and even a 2D shooter style for one stage.
This game is absolutely nonsensical. I mean, maybe there’s some lovely tapestry of narrative in it, but if I have to go watch a youtube dude to figure it out, you haven’t told a good story. But you don’t play this for the story (dear god I hope you don’t, anyway). This game is a pretty open love letter to the 16-bit era slathered in a layer of surreality, and it actually plays damn well. Most levels basically spelled out their intent or were based on something I recalled from my younger days, and while I think one or two stages' gimmicks make their lack of checkpointing* irritating, only the rather-lengthy final boss really held me up for more than 15 minutes. It’s also got a bunch of difficulty settings in case you find it too simple/challenging, and after you beat the endboss you can play anything you’ve beaten on Hard on a one-hit kill, no powerup mode, should you be masochistic enough.
Is your cat a murderhobo?
If you want to be spoiled, go ahead and watch my video. Fatal Paws puts you into the role of a jaded teacher who picks up a stray cat from another planet. Dive into Pokemon style cat-vs-human fights in-between an overly dramatic plot that makes about as much sense as a bad horror movie. As a tribute to Fickle Sickle’s cat, it’s touching. As a game to buy, I can’t recommend it. But if you decide to, there is a cat video waiting for you at the end.
OMG this game is so fun and so cute. If you are a cat lover you will enjoy this game.