cbones - LINUX

October Review

  • Life is Strange: Before the Storm

    12 hours playtime

    34 of 34 achievements

  • AER Memories of Old

    5 hours playtime

    20 of 20 achievements

  • Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story

    2 hours playtime

    10 of 10 achievements

  • Braveland

    4 hours playtime

    21 of 21 achievements

  • The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera: Episode 2

    2 hours playtime

    9 of 9 achievements

  • The Tiny Bang Story

    3 hours playtime

    no achievements

  • Sol Trader

    16 hours playtime

    24 of 38 achievements

  • Dungeons 3

    23 hours playtime

    33 of 60 achievements

Life is Strange Before the Storm - It could have been better, it could have been worse - I guess it is hard to impossible to meet expectations.
AER - A nice, unique 3rd-person exploration/adventure where the protagonist can turn into a bird to fly from floating island to floating island. I found the puzzles nicely moderate in difficulty, and consistently intuitive. Some 3D-platforming sprinkled in mixes things up a bit.
Another Lost Phone - The second game of its kind. Just like the first one, if the top tags (Indie, Casual, Interactive Fiction, Story Rich) intrigue you, you will enjoy this one too. The story in this game is less surprising but no less enjoyable.
Braveland - “Strategy-light.” I played my first (and only) play-through on hard and did not lose once. It is an enjoyable game, and if you know what to expect, you should not be disappointed. Save for the difficulty, it is on par with other with hex-grid, turn-based battle games I have played before. In short, it is casual and enjoyable.
Johnny Bonasera: Episode 2 - Just like the first one, a casual and enjoyable few hours pointing and clicking. There are enough funny moments throughout to make a play-through worthwhile. There is supposed to be a third one, will it too be bundled within 6 months of release?
Tiny Bang Story - A classic I missed out on. Simple (not necessarily easy) and enjoyable.
Sol Trader - Overall, I feel mixed about this game. I kept going back to it, so I got some enjoyment out of playing. It is complex and complicated, and it is more of a social simulator than a trading game. Yes, you can trade, but that does not necessarily seem to be a major focus. It can be tedious at times, which can make the game feel even more boring, and ultimate why I stopped playing.
Dungeons 3 - I am in the middle of it and enjoying it just as much as I expected. There a some really nice tweaks but the overall feel and formula are very similar to Dungeons 2.

Total Progress:

3.3% won't play
19.8% never played
6.5% unfinished
24.8% beaten
45.7% completed

One Year Ago:

7.7% won't play
21.9% never played
17.0% unfinished
18.9% beaten
34.5% completed