Welcome To… Chichester 2 - Part III : NightFall
This visual novel is the last in the Welcome To… Chichester 2 trilogy, and the penultimate episode. Playing the previous episode would be beneficial.
For a short while after the events of No Regrets For The Future, life returned to normality for the protagonist and Grendel Jinx. However, with William making an unwanted return from the Happy Glowstick Funtime Re-education Camp, everything starts becoming more complicated for Grendel as she has to contend with final school exams, her parents divorcing, and an unwanted new stepsister.
The protagonist is naturally dragged into these affairs as he/she has to contend with an assassination attempt by Grendel’s father, being abducted by Grendel’s mother, an increasingly hostile (to The Council Of The Unseen) secretary and a debauched boss, culminating in the protagonist being forced to destroy The Council Of The Unseen, by using their own weapons against them.
Spanning five years from the end of No Regrets to the start of The Spy Of America And The Long Vacation, this episode concludes the main prequel arc - with a bang
11 bad endings and one true ending
100,000+ word story, with an estimated play time of 6 - 8 hours. Complete the game, and subsequent playthroughs will extend the story by around 2 to 3 hours, with extra detail for certain events.
Option to display current route (and choice)
Visual impairment modes as well (font change, font size and so on)
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“Bright Paw” is a relaxing, very easy puzzle adventure with an adorable cat protagonist, cute stylized graphics, and an interesting story that unfortunately doesn’t really find closure.
You play as Theo, a cat whose owner has just been murdered. While trying to find the killer, you discover an entire secret facility full of robots, lasers, and other traps. The story is narrated via whimsical voice-overs, as well as texts that describe collectibles which you keep finding. The narrator also comments on your actions, similar to the narrators of “Bastion” or “The Stanley Parable”.
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An adorable little 2.5d to top-down puzzler game that has you going through different levels and has limited environmental interaction, but going from a simple home invasion to, well, you have to find out, is like an early draft for something from the X-Files or a Cat rendition of an episode of LOST.
Game-play involves choosing a limited amount of cards that specify what action you want to perform at that time to traverse obstacles and explore the ever-widening story that makes me think of the show “Lost”, where it throws out a avalanche of ideas and design, but only explains a handful. /You thought it was a simple plane crash, didn’t you?/
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.
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OMG this game is so fun and so cute. If you are a cat lover you will enjoy this game.
Shinobi’s Way - a jigsaw chess tale
Eh, for the price it’s okay. The ‘chess’ mode is pretty bad (just jigsaws shaped vaguely like chess pieces), but otherwise the jigsaws are fine. There are only 6 of them though, but with 4 different amounts of pieces and the option to turn rotation on and off it offers just enough variety for the asking price.
A very nice jigsaw puzzle, relaxing and bold. If you ara fan of the Knight´s Retreat series you are gonna love it.
The Van of Justice
The van of justice is an action, casual simulation game with a lot of physical objects. Experience systematic ragdoll systems, thrown and broken objects, which are not obvious to be found in other games.
“You get revenge, I build results.”
Police J comes to Kim, a student who was bullied at Turner High School in San Francisco, USA in 2005. J offers to give pocket money according to the value of the student’s arrest if he punishes and arrests the students who bullied Kim. Kim, who was bullied by all students, accepted the offer, and now Tooner High School has only to be avenged.
The way to realize justice
All students at Tooner High School are bullying Kim. Punish by throwing weapons or physical objects. Revenge if you make eye contact while walking around the hallway. Punish even if the breathing sound is loud. Even if you’re ugly, punish them. Punish both the teachers and the principal. If you take them to J’s police van, J will pay an additional corresponding price. You don’t have to feel guilty. Everyone is bullying Kim, and you are just realizing justice. If you lost interest in repeated punishment, it’s not a bad idea to carry out additional quests provided by J. If enough money has been collected, the ultimate goal is to purchase nuclear weapons parts through Kim’s home PC, expel all personnel in the school, and blast and demolish buildings.
Slave of capital, student leaders
The counselors (LMCD), as known as student leaders, will punish you when you do something wrong. Openworld games always has this kind of group. However, protection on students is not their jurisdiction. they only work for teachers and themselves.
Is this a school or a subway entrance to hell?
There are many unique friends in this school. Kim is also a very unique case right now. Coco Brothers, who throw up bombs when they’re nervous, Jay and Jenny, a nuisance couple who always stick together at schools where dating is prohibited. Right, There are also a psychopath dancer rabbit Bunny and a 500kg giant Terence who destroys everything and everyone on his way.
Wow. Apparently the game was released by accident and just happened to come across my queue this morning. So I took a chance and tried it out, not realizing just how “new” it was.
The concept is great. You are assisting the grim reaper and you have to kill as many people as possible. Each level has three specific targets that are harder to kill and must be lured or tricked in order to get them to come out. The challenge comes from two areas. First, some traps are one time or limited use. So if you don’t have people lined up just right, or have every single person in the same area that this trap can hit, then you can’t get a perfect score (by killing everyone). The second challenge comes in the form of angels. The more you kill, the more angels show up. If they see you messing with anything, you loose a heart. Loose all three, and you restart the level.
A fun little puzzle game, Death Coming tasks you as a helper of the Grim Reaper himself and helping him harvest as many souls as you can in your quest to get your reward of another chance in life. To do this you must explore a varietyof different situations, from the casual neighborhood, a factory, to even a mysterious tropical island, exploring various ways to kill not only the random NPCs but also your special marked targets (that offer a special ending if you get them all).
All in colorful pixel graphics with a lot of funny little situations and animations, simple but serviceable quriky music that fits the premise, making for a very pleasant game.
Chess Knights: Shinobi
Edit: Updated playthrough with ALL the normal levels here: https://youtu.be/Zr-5X2c3k8Y
Great game but god dang is it difficult not sure if it was the alcohol or the fact my chess I.Q. is 42 but it was a fun little brain boggler killing the Generals was extremely satisfying after trying not to get spanked by some simp rooks/bishops. Not sure how to get all the achievements since I hid in a bush and didn’t get the hide in a bush achievement (got faito achievement at later date which has been included in video thanks to user carmylle on steam) but if you need help on any of the levels. my play through with all levels here: https://youtu.be/xhNwdCEFKZo
Really great minimalist puzzle game. The recent update tripled the content of an already great game, definitely worth the price here. Knights are my least favorite chess piece, but playing them as a ninja may have changed my view of them.
The difficulty scales wonderfully right up until the last level which is very very hard, but just enough to where you feel accomplished when you beat it. The only negative I have here is you can’t pan the camera, only zoom and rotate. Other than that this is a standout of the minimalist puzzle genre.
Gazmatera 2 America’s Least Wanted
From the creator of Gazmatera: Return Of The Generals!
Remember the “generals” from 1988 in the first game?
But now is only years 1984-1986.
Find out the long story, about how the famous “generals” met and appeared in the new third-person shooter from Victor “LVL90DRU1D” Gazmanoff and his Kalifas!
Take control of four survivors, Jeff, Kayla, Helga and Emina!
Rush through 15 breathtaking levels and find out how the fate of the heroes formed!
-15 big and cool designed levels, i can say it twice
-cutscenes with facial animation
-full voice acting, thanks to Gulbuddin Ivanov & Co. from Diaksor
-all levels are made in different genres
4 playable characters (6, but sssshhhh)
soundtrack from famous bands, like:
God Is War
I’m in a Discord call with two buddies sharing strats and trying to figure out how to get further. Got my money’s worth in 15 minutes.
Edit after 5 hours:
Game remains incredibly fun, there are definitely some aspects that could use polish but the developer has been very open to feedback and is doing a nice job of updating the game with new features. 10/10 would recommend.
This game is shockingly fun. Of course, I raised Constitution as much as possible to get my armour to 100%, and I got my fighting up to legendary+3, so I didn’t have anything to worry about except for finding those leylines.
All in all: Well worth the $3 and the 10MB.
Also: You can pick up doors and put them back down! You can basically make a base if you wanna!
It’s a nice game but when i faced a glitch my enjoying is over
i just stuck in (bug) checkpoint
only way to carry on close the game and re-open it
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The Short of it: A “rager” of a tower climbing platformer. Unless you are highly sedated, you will rage. You will rage quit. And then you will double click that little icon and climb again. Don’t pay more than $1 IMO.
Reminds me of: If you liked Downwell, you’ll probably like Frog Demon, because then you can go Upwell buh-dum-tishh