So my working on didn’t get worked on… got carried away with smashing out some easy games. I’m already 500 achievements up on last years total amount of achievements in just this month. I’m playing all of my games as I can between work commitments so I will not be setting any targets and just playing what I’d like.
Slash It 2 - I enjoyed aiming to reach the Top 18 on the Leaderboards of this game but quickly noticed people were using scripts for auto inputting letters and numbers which spoiled the overall enjoyment of the game. The music is top notch in this game as well as the backgrounds. Particularly due to the fact you now have a visual cue to let you know how close you are to failing from errors. Definitely recommend this game!
Dinosaur Forest - This game isn’t enjoyable at all. From the headshots not registering to dinosaurs being able to run through walls. Quite literally. The Developer annoyingly has been adding 200+ achievements to all of his games and it would appear Dinosaur Hunt will be getting 2000 extra. (Fun…)
Fiends of Imprisonment/Break Into Zatwor - I can’t really comment much on these. The “L” skip allows you to skip to the last level and it’s really not that hard to finish off. I’m sure they are good games but I didn’t really play them enough to notice.
Club Naughty - You’re a Strip Club Owner buying girls, drugs and music to entice customers to your Club. The management side is shallow and becomes rather boring after a while. You’ll be consistently bombarded by bar maid requests and customer requests that will either a) increase your reputation or b) reward you money. There are four minigames each being trivial in difficulty due to the speed and shape of the things you must click in them. Tip: Don’t focus on the top ones. It will mess you up. Overall, an alright game but the tedium will get to you.
Mortifero Motus - Such a shame this is incredibly short. I really enjoyed it for what it was. Your aim is to dodge the traffic at obscene speeds and dodging police cars. It’s over in 10 minutes. It could’ve been made into a longer game at the very least.
God of Word - I saw this on the Steam Store and had to buy it immediately. Greek Mythology is something I’ve always had an interest in and it didn’t disappoint. The artwork in this is unique and the bosses give a great sense of satisfaction from the rather “cookie cutter” typing games. You have to plan out your means of attack and can’t just mash out words to beat them. Highly recommended.