I wanted to play something for Pride and chose to finish this. It is very cute.
I won some really great games this month that I’m looking forward to playing.
Sword Legacy Omen
Shadowrun: Hong Kong
The Franz Kafka Videogame
LEAVES - The Journey
Regions Of Ruin
The Journey Down: Chapter Two
Hearts of Iron IV
I’m not going to make goals for July. They stress me out and I never seem to meet them. I’m simply going to play games.
Just a quick update. I traveled most of May so no games then. April I only completed one small game. But I wanted to keep my monthly progress posts up anyway.
Goals for June
I’d like to finally finish Ni No Kuni II. I also started and am close to the end of Lara Craft Go and should finish that. For PAGYWOSG I want to start and finish Lego: Lord of the Rings. Hopefully I can also slay a few more games this month to make up for the last two!
It was a pretty good month for me, I think.
Beaten SteamGifts Wins
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
Cultures - 8th Wonder of the World
The Voice from Heaven
The Sandbox of God
Comic Book Hero: The Greatest Cape
Small Town Terrors: Livingston
My goal for April is to finish Ni No Kuni II, which I intended to finish in March but got derailed.
This month was better for me, depression wise. I won Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and honestly that cheered me up quite a bit. This will probably sound stupid but it was sort of a reminder that the world doesn’t all suck.
Completed SteamGifts Wins
Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons
Very beautiful game.
Viking Brothers 3
These games are all the same, but I enjoy playing them while listening to audiobooks or podcasts.
Kyle is Famous
This is actually a free to play game on Steam. I purchased the DLCs during the winter sale and just finished them this month. It's a kooky text based humorous game.
LEAVES - The Return
Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!
Labyronia RPG 2
Ni no Kuni™ II: Revenant Kingdom
Alternate Jake Hunter: DAEDALUS The Awakening of Golden Jazz
Overall a good month for me. For March I hope to finish Ni No Kuni II and hopefully a couple more games.
I stated the month strong with big plans, but alas, I have found myself struggling with depression and motivation. Anyway, I did accomplish a little.
Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun
It's a simple match-3 game. You can choose your play mode: swap, pop, or chain, but I think it is only possible to win all the levels with swap. You can play with a turn limit (challenge mode), or unlimited. I enjoyed it while listening to podcasts.
It's a nonogram game, and it is good. I prefer Paint it Back, but this one has community content so you can play nonograms created by other users, or even create some yourself, so there is basically unlimited play value.
Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey
I beat the main campaign, but still have many stars to collect. It is a fun casual word game
This one doesn’t really count as a completed game because it isn’t really a “game” but it has been very useful for my mental health and I highly recommend it:
I try to "play" this almost every day, but especially when I'm feeling down. I try to go on and reply to others helpfully and kindly and sometimes write requests myself. It's all anonymous. It's a great community. It's a great way to counteract the negativity of day to day living. Highly recommend.
Grand Theft Auto III
fault - milestone one
On Earth As It Is In Heaven - A Kinetic Novel
I hope to accomplish more this February. Perhaps I should give myself a concrete goal for the month.
I spent most of the month with family and did not have much time to play games. But I plan to push the gas petal this January and hopefully all of 2021 and get my backlog down.
Paint it Back
I love this game. It's a nonogram/Picross game. It does it very very well. I highly recommend it.
October - November 2020
I was slow gaming wise these past 2 months. Slow playing games, that is, not accumulating them.
Games added to library: 80
Completed SteamGifts Wins
Ticket to Ride: First Journey
This is very much the little kid version of Ticket to Ride, but I enjoyed it. I think I'm basically a little kid at heart. Very simple.
A simple addictive little puzzle game. I found it relaxing. It's a bit like sudoku with hexagons. I enjoyed this one a lot.
I actually beat this in September but went for the 100%. Gorgeous and adorable.
The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams
Hidden object game. Alright story, but exciting atmosphere . Fun, but mostly simple, puzzles.
Other Completed Games
Incredible Dracula: Chasing Love Collector's Edition
I'm addicted to these simple time management games. I find them relaxing while listening to an audiobook or watching a tv show in the background.
Gnomes Garden 2
Super easy time management/resource game. I got it for $0.52 on sale.
Incredible Dracula: The Ice Kingdom
Did I mention I'm addicted to these time-management resource gathering games?
Paint it Back
I'm in love with this game.
I think I have stolen all the luck.
Renowned Explorers: International Society
Worms Crazy Golf
F1 Race Stars
Eternal Journey: New Atlantis
Forest Legends: The Call of Love Collector's Edition
Homeworld Remastered Collection
Epistory - Typing Chronicles
Endless Fables 3: Dark Moor
September 2020 15th to 30th
Beaten/Completed SteamGifts Wins
This game is awesome. I admittedly got frustrated and switched to easy difficulty, but I had a lot of fun. I might go back and play it on normal/hard difficulty now.
I apparently started this game back in 2014. Decided to complete it now. I enjoy match 3 games while listening to podcasts/audiobooks. I did not enjoy the spot the difference parts and the time limit gets frustrating at times.
Got lucky on the community train.
September 2020 1st to 15th
Hello! I’m new here. I have a bundle buying problem and have a huge backlog because of it. So here I am, trying to work on that. I’m also not entirely sure how to make nice posts, but I’m going to try.
Beaten/Completed SteamGifts Wins
Animalia - The Quiz Game
This is a very simple game. You just see a photo of an animal and then use the letter tiles to spell the animals name. I played it with my 8 year old niece who enjoyed it. But it is laughable that they charge $19.99 for it on Steam.
Viking Brothers 2
I really enjoyed this. It is very relaxing. Now I want to play more games like it.
I decided to start the ABC challenge, which I’m assuming means beating/completing a game for every letter of the English alphabet. So I started with Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders, which seemed appropriate.
Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders
I wasn't sure about this at first but then I really got into it. It's not too difficult, but not super easy either.
I liked Viking Brothers 2 so much that I wanted to play similar games, and it turns out I had one in my library.
Games Added to Backlog AKA I have a problem
Codex of Victory
Cook, Serve, Delicious!
Demon Hunter 4: Riddles of Light
Demon Hunter 5: Ascendance
Dreamwalker: Never Fall Asleep
Eternity: The Last Unicorn
Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends
Evoland Legendary Edition
Gift of Parthax
Kelvin and the Infamous Machine
Lethe - Episode One
Lost Grimoires 2: Shard of Mystery
Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders
Scarlett Mysteries: Cursed Child
The Secret Order 6: Bloodline
The Shapeshifting Detective
Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York
Queen’s Quest 5: Symphony of Death
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair
I swear it didn’t seem like that many until I typed them all out. These are all from bundles. This is obviously not sustainable if I want to make a dent in my backlog.