The game is hard and challenging.. Especially the ++ parts but with the soundtrack and all it’s a e s t h e t i c.
The only issue i had was the little stuttering effect (it’s VHS and all but it’s annoying especially while dodging stuff because you literally move an extra step etc. then restart…)
With all that in mind, i recommend the game and don’t forget to be patient !
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this game is amazing, beautiful remake of nostalgic feeling game, i cant quite put my thumb on it, buuut its amazing, 10/10 for someone like adam, he made beautiful titles, and a game that makes me ragequit every 2 minutes but i ultimately come back because its so loveable
i do not however, like the bullets. that sh*t was annoying as hell
i ragequit through all the levels and had to take a break, but this game installed so fast and i love the acheivements and community market items
10/10 would recommend to your patient family member who likes old games,
Florida Man: Hurricane Hijinks
Six hours until the hurricane hits. Six hours alone on a Florida island with no one to stop you. Six hours of free booze and stale burgers. Six hours to reach fame!
Slip into Florida Man’s favorite incarnation - Dale - for one hour game play sessions full of laughs and eyerolls, ending with sharable headlines summarizing your exploits! Roam the island to find books, keys, weapons, and many many hidden items! Hunt a little, explore the swamp, or see what the inhabitants of the Vampire Hotel were up to! Oh, and always try beating your friend’s score (you do have a friend, right?) by coming up with crazier hijinks!
Discover this scenic Florida island. Roam the beautiful hills, smell the flowers. Pet a pretty duckling and somewhere along the way, don’t forget to break into the diner to fill your empty stomach. That place had it coming!
It was a chore in your second year arts class with Ms. Guttentag that old hag, but things have changed! Who could turn down a pirate hat made of leather and two rolls of duct tape? Or an apron to finally cover up after that unfortunate bathroom incident…
Don’t fall to your death. Don’t overdose. And for god’s sake, don’t get caught breaking into the Vampire Hotel! You remember the stories about that place. Ever since that shipwreck, strange things have been happening there!
What Will Your Headline Be?
Florida Man Goes Home Early With Illegal Drugs!
Florida Man Can Not Stand The Heat! White House Set To Issue Statement Monday At 11am. Tacos May Be At Fault!
Naked Florida Man Wields Speed Limit!
After eating pork rinds and grits, Florida Man went crazy. Sources say, Sheriff may have known. Nobody hurt.
Reporters out of Business! Florida Man on Vacation!
Faced with lack of news, Tribune continues to report on pancakes! Florida Man’s grandmother concerned, police remain optimistic.
Tired Florida Man brings home Chicken Hat!
Reading 13 books was not enough for naked Florida Man. Breaks into Cafe and steals Nixon’s prized personal photo. Police still searching for witnesses.
How To Make Scrambled Eggs
Add some butter to pan on medium-low heat. While it melts, combine eggs with some milk, add salt and pepper. Add into the pan once hot. Stir occasionally until the eggs have firmed up to your taste. For cheesier eggs, add cheese. For bacon flavor, add bacon. Do not add pets or spouses.
No developers were harmed during the writing of this description. We treated them well, fed them Dr Pepper and chocolate. We promise. Don’t listen to the badgers. They weren’t even there. They have no witnesses. Dale said it was alright!
I’ve played other modern Pongs with double paddles and fast balls and whatever but none with guns and bombs and multiballs and the game gets faster every level. Frustrate-a-ball is awesome. And only a couple of bucks! Would love to play it on an arcade machine.
When I first started playing I wanted to flip the table every time I heard “you is dead” but once I got the hang of it I had to keep playing for that high score! Really cool modern Pong with powerups.
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Endless fun with rythmic music.
The prophecies of Nostradamus, the 2000 effect, the Maya? They predicted the end of the world and “nothing” happened and now, without anyone predicting it, the end of the world has come!
Do we make a record? let’s see who can last longer without getting infected … Join the world competition!
The classic “endless runner” set in pandemic times. A fun third-person game where you have to jump, dodge and destroy the Covid-19 virus to survive as long as possible.
Starshot: Space Circus Fever
This may be the best way to play Starshot: Space Circus Fever today.
It’s relatively sad, because, as it’s been said, it is a bad port.
This being said, all of the issues can be overcome, and you can have an enjoyable experience with a few precautions.
…obviously we’ll have to live with these homemade “fixes”, I have no hope these devs will ever take a second look at the game.
First of all, the FRAMERATE. The game becomes completely unplayable at some points in the first level. You have to exit the game and restart, you get 1 frame per second or something. I solved this problem running the game in compatibility mode for Windows XP - Service Pack 3. After I did this, my save file got deleted (?), but then I completed the game with ZERO FRAMERATE ISSUES, FROM BEGINNING TO END.
Personally I enjoyed the game for the nostalgia. One of the first games i ever played on computer. Starshot is a super old game, and therefore plays like it. Broken camera angles, messy controls and getting stuck on more than a fair share of objects. However I got lucky with it playing just fine on windows 10. I honestly thought I would encounter more bugs running it.
Food Comes From Above
Really fun, very good gameplay, very good graphics. Such good yes
The glizzys are out to get revenge on the human population who have eaten them to the brink of extinction. Roll around town and devour people to regain your lost meats. Collect GlizzPoints and deposit them on the BBQ to take back what is rightfully yours. On your mission against humanity, watch out for those pesky dogs who are looking for something to eat - because that something is you!
Although seemingly impossible, the Glizzy is known far and wide as the fastest of fast foods. Roll and control your Glizzy on a path to eat all the humans you meat (pardon the pun). The more you devour, the bigger you get, so slam your meat - and grow in size.
Avoiding the Dogs
With GlizzPoints on hand, keep them safe from those ever-hungry dogs on the prowl. Although they may look harmless, those speedy mongrels will do anything to get your meat! Be sure to swing by a BBQ to deposit your GlizzPoints, or you will be lunch!
Enjoy the soothing sounds of a custom radio station with a song for every taste. Radio personality Danny Blanco will spin up the freshest hits from Epidemic Sound while you roll your way through a variety of environments.
What do you do if you want to get stronger? You go to the gym. What do you do if you want to get smarter? You go to school. So what do you do to become your best Glizzy? Spend your GlizzPoints in the Skill Tree! Become faster, get stronger or even control human minds - all for a few GlizzPoints.
Want to feel a false sense of accomplishment? Complete menial tasks and get that dopamine rush when you see “100% Complete”!
With two playable maps (Town and Old West) and even more to come, you can change up your scenery as you complete your task. Future maps under development include City, Cybercity and Pirate Cove.
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gambling
Every so often a game comes along that revolutionizes a genre or gaming as a whole. This is one of those games.
With ICBING, there are no gimmicks, no bamboozles. No pre-order bonuses, no DLC, no map packs, nothing. Just a rich gaming experience. The moment you start the game you get right to it. You are greeted by your first challenge. The trashcan. All alone in a stunningly generated room with next gen graphics. From here the game changing design intuitively kicks in as you are greeted with a button. “Open Loot Box” After a few moments of taking in the beautifully generated trash can, I decide to take the plunge… I press the button. Upon the pressing of the button, the trashcan draws in closer and shakes… again… and once more as it erupts like a geyser. Emerging from this amazingly lifelike trash can is what can only be described as gifts from our one and only. Gaben. My rewards for embarking on the journey of clicking the button. To my amazement, it is equally beautifully generated additions for my trashcan. Different trash bags, trashcan lids, thrown out Trump protest signs. I can truly express my individuality through my very own unique and custom trashcan.
I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gambling is a parody of the ongoing dilemma of loot boxes within games, taking our hard earned money and rewarding us with the same item for the 50th time.
-Joy of opening loot boxes and receiving absolute crap without the massive dent in your wallet.
-Not BF2, a simple game which does not have ridiculous DLC’s .
-It has Steam Achievements.
-My joy for opening lootboxes has been killed now.
If you dislike playing for lootboxes, but still want to open them up then this is the game for you
Lil Big Invasion
Awesome indie game with way enough content to fit the bill. Its kinda like Pikmin except they are trapped in dungeons and you must find and rescue them.
Really loved the sound and the art-style. Dungeons are getting way harder and better later on and the boss fights are fun. It took me some time to get used to the controls tho. Exploration is great IF you figure out how the moths and the worms do work… which is not part of the tutorial :/
It’s cute but challenging and worth the money.
This is a fun little action adventure game, developed by my former colleague Andreas. It’s so cute, but challenging ‘til the last minute and the sounds are really funny, even if the little fireflies sometimes don’t behave as you want them to. But that’s the trick of the game and you’ll soon know how to handle them right in order to crack some highscores. Overall, an awesome game!
Disclosure: I’m friends with one of the conceptualizers of the game.
Enjoyable game for the price. Simplistic in nature but a generally addictive nature will make players want to keep coming back to the game. The game has you running your own Steam storefront where you have to monitor your stats to assure they aren’t too high or too low, otherwise its game over.
The game suffers from some bugs such as no matter what the event is, every time you swipe right on a card, your game count will increase by 1, even if the choice doesn’t involve publishing a game to Steam and the confusing stat adjustments made in correspondence with your decisions (how does accepting games have the same positive influence on developers as when you deny them?)
Well I originally wrote a long rant about why I hate these devs after they’re first success that was half-decent, but then I realized I would probably get deleted for it, so here’s my attempt at a reasonable and constructive review for this game.
Don’t buy it, Reigns is better. Long story short, it just seems like a cash grab to me, as was their last game after the initial lootbox simulator success that was alright but probably not worth the cost. It’s a half baked concept they put a price on to cash in on. Or perhaps an attempt at a game inspired by games like reign that they gave up on either out of boredom or inability to manage to work out kinks and bugs. I would suggest Game Dev Tycoon or other similar rip offs if you’re looking for the steam-esque simulators. I have a degree in computer game development that I haven’t used in 3 years because I wasn’t a fan of it, so I have a basic understanding of how to make a game. If I bothered to do research I could probably make this myself for free. Anyway, not worth a look if you ask me, if you’re looking for anything from these guys, the only good thing is I can’t believe it’s not Gambling, the first one, not the second.