SkazzY | Puss In Boots’ profile
Another small update.
As stated in the title, just a small update. I don't have much time to make some good progress but I am at least somewhat trying :D. I have 2 more version of the same game which I plan on completing at some point.
If you are a fan of old minesweeper game that was preinstalled with most versions of the windows you will absolutely love this game. Mechanic is very simple but actual problem solving can get quite hard and complex. If you are at least somewhat experienced with such games you will have no problem beating in withing 2 hours max (I done it like 60-65 minutes + some AFK time). All around interesting game to kill some time.
Finally came around updating my progress !
So another update from me. I actually finished the game a few weeks ago but wasn't quite able to post the update.
Risk of Rain is a very simple 2D platformer game. I have played it in single player as well as in multiplayer. What you basically do is go through levels killing enemies and bosses while leveling up (you reach max level kinda fast) and collecting items (They stack and there are a ton of different items that you can get). In addition to different classes you can choose from and different items you can get, there are artifacts that you can unlock that completely change the gameplay. For example there is an artifact that forces only elite enemies to spawn, or another one that makes the level spawn only one type of enemy. All around it is very enjoyable to play but it can be somewhat tricky to get all the achievements. If you are looking for a game that can be complete in 10 minutes (a run can be completed in 10 minutes if you know what you are doing) but at the same time can last hours upon hours, this the game for you.
It's me again !
I figured that I will update my profile with a new post every time I complete a game or I decide to pause it and complete it at another date. If there is no progress I will probably just post what I have been playing lately and what I plan on playing in the future.
The code for game display below I saw in Mskotor's post and I hope you don't mind me using it :)
The game is very fun to play (Especially if you have friends that like to mess around). It is not hard to finish but it is quite hard to do a good speedrun considering the lack of proper physics (which makes it a lot more fun to play). I managed to complete it in a couple of hours the firs time around and my friend and I managed to complete it within like 20 minutes when we actually went for "Speedrun" achievement which requires you to complete the game in one go (without quitting, going to my menu etc.). Honestly, I do not recommend playing the game if you can't handle stress very since you will be stressed, a lot. All around it is a great game.
Welp I think it is about time for me to actually play some new games and not only stick to the old ones (Which does not mean I will not play them anymore, I will probably still spend hours upon hours in them).
Since I did not think this through (Like mostly everything else in my life) this ain’t gonna look pretty (Or it might, we will see at the end). Since there are quite a few games to list in my first post, I will be somewhat sorting them (Did not think this through either).
Note : Games will probably overlap at some point
So basically all of these games I have played but only when I actually have someone interesting to play them with (Hence the quite low playtime). Considering I do not have a lot of friends that play these games, welp I don't play them much. What ties them together (In case you still didn't figure it out) is the ability to play them with friends (Some must be played in multiplayer, and some can be played in singleplayer).
Age of Empires II
Risk of Rain
Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
Golf With Your Friends
Human: Fall Flat
Lara Croft GO
A Story About My Uncle
These games I play/have played. As you can see, there are a lot of repeats from the first list, but that's how it is, I like playing with friends.
I am out of ideas what else I can list, but if something comes to my mind, I will be sure to write it down
I feel like I should say something about all of these games (By something, I mean something small just to potentially get you interested, and by all, I mean not all). Since this is already a big post, to not make it any bigger, I will hide the remaining text for everyone that doesn’t actually wanna read it.
Counter-Strike -> This is a game that will never get too old for me. I have spend hours upon hours in it (This playtime is extremely low considering I have played it on other accounts and non-steam too (Yea, I know, I am a bad person for cracking it, but give me a break, I was like 10 years old). There is not much to say about it, if you don't know what it is about, you are gamer mate.
Terraria -> Funny thing, I actually thought this game was not that good, but considering 2 of my friends were playing it at the time and it sounded like they had a lot of fun, I ended up buying it and not regretting a single penny spent. The game is simply amazing, it has great singleplayer potential, it has great multiplayer potential, even modding is completely supported by developers themselves so that is great (You can play mods multiplayer). New mods come before you complete old ones so you will never run out of stuff to do. It is simply amazing. Game is basically a survivor platform minecraft-like game (blocks and shinanigens). There are bosses, materials, building, designing, dying, killing teammates, trolling teammates...
Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes -> A game that is most fun when played with someone that is not experienced in gaming/that gaming. The point of game is that one person/team can see the bomb that they need to defuse (with a timer), but they do not see the actual manual on how to defuse it, while other person/team can see the manual, but not the actual bomb. This game is pure definition of "The more, the merrier", there simply can't be "Too many people playing".
Age of Empires -> A strategic game that can be playing singleplayer and multiplayer. The more you play it, the better you will become. It is very interesting if you talk to your opponents while playing, especially if the game is diplomacy game (You can change anyone to ally or enemy at any point) and you are talking with allies/enemies while playing.
Magicka -> Don't really know how to explain the game, but a very attractive feature is that friendly-fire can not be disabled which means you can kill your teammates while you are killing the enemies by accident (Or not ?!).
ShellShock Live -> Just look at 2 minutes of gameplay, if you have never seen anything similar you are not a true gamer.
Vessel -> A very complex puzzle game that requires a lot of attention and thinking. Considering I love such games, I loved it and I recommend trying it if you think you can handle it.
Hue -> Basics are same as vessel, a complex puzzle game that requires a lot of attention and thinking.
That would be all. I am way to lazy to write comments for every game on the list so I simply won't do it :P . If someone is interested in my opinion about a game on lists above, feel free to ask and I will be more than glad to give them to you.