Shut up, cretin.
Type: Posts; User: amandachen
Shut up, cretin.
No. It's not worth downloading.
Well, now we have some sort of context for your question. Thanks, cretin.
It's two quid. Is it worth it? I don't have any context to say whether it's worth it to you or not. Are you completely skint? Do you have a monthly games budget or something? Do you like that sort of...
Yeah, Gorky/Odium is hilarious fun.
You could do that thing where you, you know, you kinda like put your drive into the freezer. Maybe that would help. I mean, how could it possibly do any harm?
That's more being multicultural than racist.
Anyone see Puzzle Hero someplace at a good price? That's one of my favourites. I've played maybe 10 minutes of Fae but don't find it so fun yet.
Puzzle Hero (it's like Bookworm Adventures but...
I wanted to like the game, but it feels like an alpha build.
It's like your Mum/Mom said: Computer games will rot your brain.
King's Crusade gets old quickly. It's one battle after another and nothing really all that strategic going on, not like in King Arthur.
The trailer makes it look like one giant corridor.
Looks like Heliocentric found out the meaning of "indie".
I already had most of these. So I paid a dollar for Cogs
Yeah, you don't really see that Cultures type of skill/training system in other games, except in Virtual Villagers and its clones.
Diggles: The Myth of Fenris (AKA Wiggles) is really fun. It's cultures, but in 3D and with dwarves.
No idea why Canadians love to start sentences "As well, ..."
As for acrobatics in games - ever seen a Buster Keaton movie?
Gamersgate has Montjoie! at half price. Interesting board game style thingy. Love this game http://www.gamersgate.co.uk/DD-MONTJOIE/montjoie
To me, an RPG is a game where you lead a character (or characters) on an adventure.
One of my favourite games ever is called Diggles. Anyone ever play that? It shares code with the Cultures games, so the skill system works the same way. The game's all about a colony of dwarves. They...
One of the Cultures games.
BTW excellent games
I love playing loopy/slitherlink. It's really relaxing. http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/puzzles/