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June 2020

Honestly I'm pretty surprised with myself this month. June 2020 is so far my best BLAEO month and it's a nice coincidence that it is also my 1st anniversary of joining the site! My first-ever monthly post was in June 2019. (Don't tell anyone but there are still games from that month which I haven't played/beaten. I'm especially looking at you Hollow Knight and Big Pharma.)

Now, that aside, like I was saying, June 2020 is my best month here so far. I've beaten 8 games! 8 games off the backlog! And only 1 addition. (Actually I got 2 but I played 1 of them, so...) I'm not sure if I can replicate this kind of progress in July, but even if I don't, I'll be happy.

Steam Library: June 2020

19.2% (23/120)
25.8% (31/120)
22.5% (27/120)
18.3% (22/120)
14.2% (17/120)

Steam Library: May 2020

17.9% (22/123)
18.7% (23/123)
26.0% (32/123)
26.0% (32/123)
11.4% (14/123)

Most Played Games:

The Talos Principle 28 hours
My Time at Portia 18 hours
Tomb Raider 9.5 hours
Half-Life 2

Scribblenauts Unlimited

8.1 hours
15 of 25 achievements
Half-Life 2

Wenjia

4.9 hours
11 of 13 achievements

This was a gift from a reddit user and it's one of the first new games of 2020 for me.
I'd started it once, but then gave up on it because it was kind of hard for me to play. But when I continued it, it didn't feel as hard anymore, and after finishing it, I can say that it's not really a hard game. There is a hard mode but of course I didn't play that. Why play in hard mode when you can choose easy? ;)
I'm very bad at platformers, and Wenjia proves that. I still enjoyed it a lot, even though I had some issues at parts. I was trying to 100% the game but the last 2 achievements are kind of impossible to do for me, so I'll leave it at 11/13.
The game's English translation is kind of bad, and the voice-over feels dead (in the sense that it doesn't have much of liveliness in it). But I didn't care much for the story, so it didn't bother me a lot.
I enjoyed switching between the worlds--it was a fun mechanic to play around with! and both worlds were pretty, imo.

Half-Life 2

My Time At Portia

95.4 hours
66 of 91 achievements

I'm finally done with Portia!
For now.
Apparently there's another update coming in a few months, so I'll be going back to it (hopefully) to play that.
But for now, it's done. I was hoping to 100% the game but the romance achievements are too much to handle, imo, and the game itself became kind of boring after finishing the main storyline. I wish I did some of the romance stuff while playing the story, but I didn't because I was focused on the story and after that it wasn't as fun anymore.
Because with the story there are challenges, for example there will be commerce commissions which requires some items you don't have. But at the point of me completing the story, I had a lot of resources and items, and none of the commissions take me long to do--which makes them repetitive rather than a challenging (sometimes annoying) but engaging task.
Anyways. Enough of that.
I really enjoyed playing this game. I understand it won't be for all, but for me I liked it a lot. It's not better than Stardew Valley but I really liked the "building" and "mining" aspect of the game. And there are a lot of NPCs! I liked getting to know some of them too. (I'm looking at you, Arlo :P)
The art style is weird for some but I didn't mind it. It's not the best, but I didn't care much about it.
It's officially the second most-played game on my Steam profile and I'm glad I caved in last year and bought it during a GMG sale instead of waiting for the price to get lower. Because it did--when I bought it, the lowest it went down to was 30% off, right now I think it's down to 60% off. But then I wouldn't experience it the same way I did.
I'm definitely looking forward to more games from Pathea.

Half-Life 2

Mars Power Industries Deluxe

3.9 hours
11 of 11 achievements

This game was updated a few times since I played and completed it back in 2019, and 36 new levels were added. I played those. I'm not adding it to "Beaten in 2020" for obvious reasons but it's still part of my completions in June.

Half-Life 2

The Talos Principle

28.5 hours
33 of 40 achievements

This was really good. I wasn't expecting it to be so good, but it was.
I don't even remember how I learned of this game or how I decided to purchase it, but I'm glad I did. And I'm also glad I decided to start playing it once I needed something longer to play after beating Portia.
I couldn't 100% the achievements because several of them are from the DLC, Road to Gehenna, and I missed one early in the game. After that I didn't bother much.
It has 3 different endings and thanks to the feature which allows you to restore an earlier version of the game, I was able to play all three of them. But I think only one of them is the "real" ending, in a way. The other two leave a lot of questions while that one ending kind of confirms some of the assumptions or suspicions.
Some of the puzzles were really hard and I definitely needed walkthroughs more than once. But there were times in which even though I struggled a lot, I didn't use a walkthrough and managed to do it by myself. I enjoyed the challenge. Also, I like how the game is so philosophical and forces you to "think outside the box", literally at times. Such a good game.

Half-Life 2

Little Nightmares

7.1 hours
9 of 22 achievements
Half-Life 2

Pinstripe

6.1 hours
11 of 12 achievements

I tried hard to 100% this game, but there's a speedrun achievement and it's broken.
Apparently you need to delete some files first and then complete the game under 1 hour again to get it. I did it, but for some reason it didn't trigger in my first try. I tried a second time, but this time I died… at the very end of the game. I've played this game for 4 times now, and I'm really tired of it.

At the first 2 playthroughs it was a very fun game. I like the story and I like the way it's told. The game is meant to be played 2 times. There are things which won't unlock in your first run and most of the achievements are only possible in the second run.
I also really enjoyed the voice-acting. I realized Jack is voiced by Jacksepticeye right away, but I had no idea Felix was actually voiced by Pewdiepie. When I listened closely during my second run, I still couldn't identify Felix's voice tbh. Bo is really cute.

It became tiring after I started attempting to get that one last achievement. I'm not going to attempt it again. The game can be completed around 30 mins. very easily--it's a shame that the achievement is bugged.

Half-Life 2

INSIDE

3.9 hours
8 of 14 achievements
Half-Life 2

The Stillness of the Wind

3.0 hours
no achievements

This was very boring and really hard to sit through.
I'm sure there's a decent (or perhaps engaging) story behind all that waiting I had to do.
I understand it's kind of the point of the game that it's so slow, but… nothing really happened.
I'm just glad it's over.

I really wasn't expecting to enjoy Tomb Raider as much as I did. I'm around 45% done with the game, so it's bound to show up in next month's wrap-up post.

I tried to play more of Glass Masquerade 2... I'm really hoping to finish playing at one point. But the thing is, I really want to 100% it and since I played the puzzles in easy (until a week or so back), I need to replay most of them to get some of the achievements. So there is more work to do there, haha.

I also checked out 10 Second Ninja X. It looks like it'll be fun to play, but it also seems kind of hard... so I'm not sure if I'll play it soon. I might just play a few levels every few days and beat it after a few months or something.

It was my birthday a few days back and a friend of mine sent Ori and the Blind Forest as a gift on Steam.

Also, I was hoping to buy a few games from the summer sale. I was scared that I'll go and buy a bunch of games like I did last year but this year... the sale isn't that great for me. None of the games on my wishlist are so discounted that I want to get them immediately. I looked and looked and looked, but couldn't find a single game that I'm dying to buy right now. My most wanted games aren't even on sale. (Looking at you, Temtem.) So yeah. It was rather easy not to buy anything.

I'm still hoping to get 1-2 games before the sale ends, but I'm not sure if I will.

    Gifts:

  • The Stillness of the Wind
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition

May 2020

Honestly there’s really not much of a point in making a post for May, but I’m still doing it for the sake of consistency. Last month most of my gaming time went into playing AC: Odyssey, and after that some My Time at Portia. There’s no Steam completion and no “new” games (except 2 freebies).

Steam Library: May 2020

17.9% (22/123)
18.7% (23/123)
26.0% (32/123)
26.0% (32/123)
11.4% (14/123)

Steam Library: April 2020

18% (22/121)
19% (23/121)
26% (31/121)
26% (32/121)
11% (13/121)

Most Played Games:

My Time at Portia 17 hours
Inversus Deluxe 2 hours
Scribblenauts Unlimited 2 hours

Half-Life 2

Assassin's Creed® Odyssey

--
86 hours
50 of 93 achievements

    Freebie(s):

  • 10 Second Ninja X
  • Aegis Defenders

Non-Steam Update (1)

29 May 2020

New Games 2020 Epic Games uPlay

Assassin's Creed® Odyssey

86 hours, 50 of 93 achievements

This was my first-ever Assassin's Creed game, and from what I've heard, it was very different from previous ones--so I'm not sure if I'll go back and play earlier games. That being said, I loved Odyssey. I'm already kind of familiar with Greek mythology, so the lore in the game wasn't very hard to grasp, and I loved playing as Kassandra. I think one of the main reasons I enjoyed Odyssey as much as I did is Kassandra. It was so much fun playing as her, and I really like her character design & the voice acting was also pretty good.

Other characters were also great. I really liked seeing Socrates and he's as annoying as he would've been when he was alive. My memory is a bit hazy, but if I'm not wrong, Socrates was the one who's dialogues go something like this:
Socrates: argument and a question
Random Person: You're right, Socrates.
S: another question
RP: That's correct.
S: long ass explanation
RP: Yes. It would be.
And to see a similar thing in game where Kassandra is annoyed by his questions and explanations half the time was fun for me, as a student who had to read some of Socrates' surviving thoughts and notes.

There's one particular cutscene where Socrates and Barnabas are extreme badasses and it was one of the best moments in the game.
I also liked some of the other characters, but Alkibiades is something else. His endless flirting was pretty fun to watch (and participate, at times).

I was aware that Assassin's Creed games featured real people as characters (I knew about Machiavelli, for example) but seeing it and being part of it was better than I'd expected. It's also probably because I'm so familiar with some of the people and the mythology. -- not sure if I would enjoy it the same if it was another Assassin's Creed game (for example Origins, though I'm teeny tiny bit familiar with Ancient Egypt). Either way, it was a great gaming experience for me.

One more thing: I really liked seeing a line from Sappho in the Lesbos island mission. Granted it's a pretty well-known line. But I think that piece of poetry is pretty interesting to think about and I was really delighted to see it in the game.

I finished the main game with 97% since I was bored while doing the 'Lost Tales of Greece' missions. They're not part of the main game play so I consider them as 'optional'. Maybe eventually I'll go back and finish those.

I'm also looking forward to replaying it in the future in hard mode. (I played in easy since it was my first time playing such a game and I wanted to experience the story as well.) That being said, I'm not sure if I should go for the Season Pass. Is it worth the money?

Bonus: My partner who is a big Assassin's Creed fan didn't like Odyssey at all. It's apparently 'not much of an AC game'. But since this is my first-ever AC game, I'm personally not bothered by this lack of . . . AC-ness.


April 2020

I did some spring cleaning and removed a bunch of games from my library. Almost all of them were freebies I've added because I didn't know any better and I had no intention of playing them in the future. Thanks to that, now my 'wont play' pile is much smaller and I don't have to feel bad about having so many games in the red label anymore.

Steam Library: March 2020

13% (17/132)
16% (21/132)
23% (31/132)
23% (30/132)
25% (33/132)

Steam Library: April 2020

18% (22/121)
19% (23/121)
26% (31/121)
26% (32/121)
11% (13/121)

Most Played Games:

My Time at Portia 23 hours
Terraria 16 hours
GRIS 6 hours
Serial Cleaner 3 hours

Half-Life 2

A Mortician's Tale

--
1.4 hours
3 of 3 achievements

This plays more like an extended tutorial than an actual game. You are always told what to do, and there's nothing else you can do but follow. The only real challenge in the game is the 'hard' minesweeper mini-game if you're determined to do it without 'cheating'.

I still enjoyed A Mortician's Tale. It pushed me to think on a topic I've never given really serious thought to (death) and there is some interesting information on death and burial practices. It could've been done much better for sure, but as it is, it still has some value in my opinion. I checked some Steam reviews of the game, and I think several people have already pointed out important issues with A Mortician's Tale. So I won't say much on it.

Half-Life 2

Etherborn

--
4.9 hours
13 of 13 achievements

I won this game last month from GMG forums--a user makes GAs practially every month to give some of their Humble Bundle Monthly/Choice keys.

Etherborn was on my wishlist before it was on a Humble Bundle Choice, and I'm really happy that I got to play it. It's a nice puzzle game where 'gravity' doesn't mean much. I really like its art style, and the puzzles are not too hard that it frustrates me into quitting the game, but still require a bit of thought.

There's also a story in it, but to be honest, I didn't pay much attention to the cutscenes or the narration. I didn't enjoy the voice acting so I ignored it for the most part.

Also, for achivement hunters: none of the achievements are missable but to get them all, you need to play the game two times. Once in normal mode, and once in the Etherborn+ mode which unlocks after you complete the game. In the Etherborn+, the orbs you need to collect are in different places, but otherwise it's the same game.

I had fun while playing this. I also took some pretty screenshots.

A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build

A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build

--
2.4 hours
4 of 5 achievements

I really need to go back to his game and complete it, since the last achievement I'm missing is still part of the game and not exactly optional. However, since the game considers itself 'completed', I'm marking it as beaten and I'll go back to it (hopefully) in the future. I was thinking I'll go back to it this month, but I didn't.

It's a fun game. I liked playing it. Some of the snowmen are harder to build than others, and the extra challenge was welcome. There are two ways of building the snowmen--however only one of them gives you a 'butterfly' and if you're achievement hunting, that might be important for you. I don't think I would've bought it from Steam store myself, but I'm glad I got to play it. (Thanks to Humble Bundle and generous people of Reddit, lol).

Half-Life 2

GRIS

--
8.5 hours
17 of 17 achievements

This is such a beautiful game.

After going through my 'unfinished' games list, I decided to go back to GRIS. The game play isn't very hard but the over-all prettiness of the game makes up for it. I personally didn't mind the easy puzzles as they allowed me to enjoy the atmosphere the game has, rather than being frustrated I can't solve it. I also enjoyed the story, especially because it's told through images rather than words. I don't remember any other game where I took this many screenshots. I didn't share all of it, mostly because they're spoilers.

Also if anyone wants to 100% the game, my suggestion would be to first play it completely, and then go for achievement hunting. Which is what I did. Because I feel that hunting for achievements the first time around would take away from the enjoyment. However, obviously everyone is free to do as they wish. The game has a 'extras' feature where it allows you to go back to certain moments in the game after you've completed it, so it's very good for achievement collecting. I had to re-play a part of the game several times because I kept missing something--but I didn't mind since the game is so well-made.

I'm really happy that I purchased GRIS, and I would recommend it for sure.

Half-Life 2

Machinarium

--
4.1 hours
12 of 12 achievements

This is the game of my childhood. I used to play it with my cousins whenever we visited them. As a kid, this was the hardest game ever. Now, visiting it again as an adult, it's partly nostalgic to see how the game holds. It's not as hard as I remember (obviously) and considreably shorter, but still as well made. I'm glad I went back to it and finished it this time. I don't remember going past the elevator level as a kid, so now I got my conclusion as well. It's a good game and I think it hasn't aged at all.

Half-Life 2

Luna

--
1.0 hours
17 of 17 achievements

I bought this at 90% off. If I had paid more than that I would've just refunded it, because even with 90% off there's not much content or gameplay in it to justify my purchase. I did the whole thing in an hour. While the story was nice and the game was atmospheric, I'm not sure what the intended audience is here. Really small children?

It's very repetitive and all you do is put some stars in their proper places. Places are indicated, so you don't need to think much on it. Drag and drop. It's not bad but it's not really a full game. It plays more like an extended demo.

This month I've made significant progress in both My Time at Portia and Terraria. Earlier in the month I was thinking I'll continue playing Terraria with my cousins, and we'll be 'done' with it, but they got bored of it faster than I had anticipated. So we'll see what happens of it. I'm also continuing with my AC Odyssey journey, and I'll probably be done with it by the end of next month. (I really wish the game wouldn't end, but I don't have the Season Pass, so that can't be helped it seems.) I'll add my stats of the game later, when I'm done playing it.

  • My Time At Portia

    60 hours playtime

    37 of 91 achievements

  • Terraria

    27 hours playtime

    49 of 88 achievements

  • Assassin's Creed® Odyssey
    Assassin's Creed® Odyssey

    n/a hours playtime

    n/a achievements

  • Scribblenauts Unlimited

    5 hours playtime

    12 of 25 achievements

  • Reigns

    5 hours playtime

    2 of 13 achievements

  • Serial Cleaner

    4 hours playtime

    16 of 28 achievements

  • This Is the Police

    2 hours playtime

    1 of 10 achievements

  • Wandersong

    3 hours playtime

    1 of 75 achievements

  • Wenjia

    75 minutes playtime

    3 of 13 achievements

Earlier in the month, I got a bunch of games from Reddit GAs because of all the Covid-19 and Humble Choice extra keys. It made me feel like I've aquired a lot of games, which is true for me and not true for a lot of other people, lol. Anyways. I was feeling guilty about it because I already have around 60 games yet to be beaten or played at all. But this month I ended up finishing 6 games, which is the same amount as acquired, so I'm good? haha.

Also I attempted playing Planet Coaster, and it doesn't look like I'm going to enjoy it--this makes me feel double guilty about winning it!

    Bought:

  • Coloring Pixels: Animals Pack
  • Luna
  • Reddit win(s):

  • A Mortician's Tale
  • A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build
  • Planet Coaster
  • Planet Coaster: World's Fair Pack
  • The Turing Test
  • This Is the Police

March 2020

I did considerable gaming this month–only not on Steam. Most of my gaming time went into playing AC: Odyssey thanks to GeForce Now. However, I’m not going to put those stats out here, since I don’t want to jinx it (mentally).

Added Beaten + Completed Dropped Overall Backlog Total
2+1 0+1 0 +3 61

Steam Library: February 2020

13%
16%
22%
23%
26%

Steam Library: March 2020

13% (17/132)
16% (21/132)
23% (31/132)
23% (30/132)
25% (33/132)

Coloring Pixels

Coloring Pixels: Food Pack

--
0 hours
21 of 21 achievements

Towards the end of the month I ended up getting into Terraria with my cousins, since I'm currently staying with them and my aunt/uncle. I bought this game way back, and tried playing it for a bit in 2018, but it's hard if you have no idea about it and I'm not a fan of reading wikis and watching videos just to learn the mechanics of a game. But my cousins are good at it (one has 600+ hours on it) so they're helping me out a lot. I've ended up getting 24 achievements for it! Maybe by the end of my stay here, I'll be done with the game as well--who knows?

  • Coloring Pixels

    37 hours playtime

    97 of 519 achievements

  • Terraria

    11 hours playtime

    29 of 88 achievements

  • Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions

    2 hours playtime

    13 of 39 achievements

  • Etherborn

    81 minutes playtime

    3 of 13 achievements

  • Assassin's Creed: Odyssey

    n/a playtime

    n/a achievements

Nothing to see here!

    Bought:

  • Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
  • Freebie(s):

  • Tomb Raider
  • Win(s):

  • Etherborn

February 2020

This month I haven’t had much spare time for games, and whenever I had some, it went into playing Coloring Pixels. That’s because I’m currently away from home, and the laptop I have with me is not made for gaming at all. (My usual laptop is also not made for gaming, but this one is even worse.) I ended up trying GeForce Now–that’s how I moved Bioshock Infinite from ‘wont play’ to ‘unfinished’.

Added Beaten + Completed Dropped Overall Backlog Total
0 0+1 -1 +1 58

Steam Library: January 2020

12%
15%
19%
28%
25%

Steam Library: February 2020

13%
16%
22%
23%
26%

Coloring Pixels: Flowers Pack

Coloring Pixels: Flowers Pack

--
0 hours
21 of 21 achievements
  • Coloring Pixels

    33 hours playtime

    86 of 498 achievements

  • Monster Prom

    9 hours playtime

    14 of 52 achievements

  • BioShock Infinite

    47 minutes playtime

    1 of 80 achievements

  • My Time At Portia

    37 hours playtime

    18 of 91 achievements

Nothing to see here!

Nothing to see here!

January 2020

I spent most of the month playing Staxel, and then Coloring Pixels. That game is horrible! jk. But it's pretty easy to get addicted, as it gives an achievement every time you complete a picture. "Never played" has grown in January, but I don't mind it as much. I probably won't have much time to play games in the upcoming months anyways.

This month I was getting ready for my semester abroad in Belgium, so half of the month was spent shopping for necessities and thicker clothes. I didn't play much and whatever I played wasn't beaten or completed. I'm fine with this, because instead I've read a bunch of books. I wouldn't be able to bring books with me (except e-books) so I tried to read as much as I can. And gaming was left alone for a while.

Added Beaten + Completed Dropped Overall Backlog Total
6+2 2 0 +4 55

Steam Library: December 2019

12%
16%
22%
21%
28%

Steam Library: January 2020

12%
15%
19%
28%
25%

Most Played Games:

Staxel 19 hours
Coloring Pixels 15 hours
Oxygen Not Included 10 hours
GRIS 2 hours

Kind Words

Kind Words

--
2.1 hours
no achievements

This is not a game, so this is semi-cheating. But completed is completed!

Staxel

Staxel

--
62.4 hours
23 of 23 achievements

Staxel was gifted to me by Jaded, who shares half my gaming taste, and it was a lot of fun! I built a bunch of houses in town, destroyed the fairy castle, re-built my own house, made soups, jams, and other food, harvested crops and animals. It's kind of like a Minecraft but farming-heavy.

One thing though, the multi-player wasn't for me. I tried it with my boyfriend, but the game's early parts don't work well with it imo. I'm not sure what happens later in the game because we never went that far.

Nothing to see here!

    Bought:

  • Niche - a genetics survival game
    Niche - a genetics survival game
  • Coloring Pixels: Food Pack
    Coloring Pixels: Food Pack
  • Coloring Pixels: Flowers Pack
    Coloring Pixels: Flowers Pack
  • Reddit win(s):

  • Kind Words
    Kind Words
  • Gift(s):

  • Apotheon
    Apotheon
  • Wenjia
    Wenjia
  • Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions
    Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions
  • Freebie(s):

  • Headsnatchers
    Headsnatchers

Update (24): Kind Words

05 January 2020

New Games 2020 Reddit

Kind Words

2.0 hours, no achievements

More

I'm marking Kind Words as completed. It's not exactly a game, so my criteria for marking it completed is this:
I've done everything in the app that there's to be done.
I've collected all of the stickers.
Since there are no achievements, or actual game play, this seems enough for me. I'll definitely go back to it from time to time and write some letters, but for BLAEO, I can dismiss it. :)


End of 2019

This year was my first year here, at BLAEO, and I’ve had a lot of fun while keeping track of my gaming progress! I’m not sure why, but preparing monthly posts is enjoyable, so I’m going to keep doing that in 2020 too. And with BLAEO, I think I managed to make more progress than I would’ve made without it, so there’s that. :) I also made good friends here!

2018 vs. 2019:

I acquired 11 games and beat 2 games in 2018.
I acquired 63 games and beat 29 games in 2019.
Looking back on that, I think I still made progress–at least 29/63 is better than 2/11. However, it seems like I managed to catch a buying illness in 2019. I’ll try to do better in 2020, and hopefully not buy as many games!

My library at the end of 2019:

12%
16%
22%
21%
28%

I don’t have the numbers from the beginning of the year, so I could only add the post-BLAEO months. But here’s a graphic showing my added/beaten numbers.

Apparently, October and November were going good… and then December happened lol.

2019 Monthly:

If anyone’s interested, here are the monthly posts of 2019:

June 2019
July 2019
August 2019
September 2019
October 2019
November 2019
December 2019

December 2019

Another month of acquiring more games than I can play them. I took advantage of the sales a bit, and then I won a bunch of games on Reddit. One of the games is profile limited, so that's why the +1 on the table. 9 games in a month is a lot of games, imo. But we'll see. I'm excited to play all of them, so it's looking good!

Added Beaten + Completed Dropped Overall Backlog Total
8+1 3 5 0 51

Steam Library: November 2019

12%
15%
19%
28%
25%

Steam Library: December 2019

12%
16%
22%
21%
28%

Most Played Games:

Staxel 41 hours
Monster Prom 6 hours
AER Memories of Old 5 hours
Metrico+ 5 hours

Around the middle of the month, I kind of got in a gaming slump where none of my games seemed interesting--that's why I managed to beat only 3 games this month. I could've done much more, but most of the month was spent playing Staxel. Thanks to Jaded! I'm obsessed... as you can see from the playtime. :P

Metrico+

Metrico+

--
5.0 hours
2 of 18 achievements
Hue

Hue

--
4.3 hours
12 of 13 achievements
AER Memories of Old

AER Memories of Old

--
5.1 hours
20 of 20 achievements

Probably I could've beaten more games if I didn't play Staxel obsessively, but here we are. I had 0 hours in the game before december. I'm looking forward to playing it more in January! Such a fun game, even though it has its bugs/problems.
I'm a bit stuck in She Remembered Caterpillars. Hoping to go back to it with a fresh set of eyes later. For now, it's halfway done. :P
I'm also looking forward to playing and hopefully beating Degrees of Separation in Jan. :)

    • Staxel

      41 hours playtime

      13 of 23 achievements

    • Monster Prom

      5 hours playtime

      13 of 52 achievements

    • Degrees of Separation

      2 hours playtime

      0 of 10 achievements

    • She Remembered Caterpillars

      2 hours playtime

      9 of 13 achievements

I dropped a bunch of games this month. I just went through my unfinished/never played games and marked several "won't play", since I don't want to bother with games I won't enjoy. I might try them in the future, but not any time soon.

Faeria

Faeria

--
0.2 hours
0 of 59 achievements
Botanicula

Botanicula

--
0.7 hours
12 of 53 achievements
Totally Accurate Battlegrounds

Totally Accurate Battlegrounds

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0.0 hours
no achievements
SpeedRunners

SpeedRunners

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0.0 hours
0 of 29 achievements
BioShock Infinite

BioShock Infinite

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0.0 hours
0 of 80 achievements

Only reason I'm dropping this one is that my current laptop won't play it properly. I want to play it, but it doesn't seem like I can any time soon. So for now and probably for another couple of years, it goes to the "wont play" pile. But I plan on eventually coming back to it.

Weirdly enough, the games I've acquired in December look like I was going for a color theme. I wasn't. But, here we are: mostly blue-purple games with a dash of red-pink, lol. And it's been a while since I had so many acquisitions!

    Bought:

  • GRIS
    GRIS
  • Pinstripe
    Pinstripe
  • Seen
    Seen
  • Degrees of Separation
    Degrees of Separation
  • Reddit win(s):

  • Metrico+
    Metrico+
  • Finding Paradise
    Finding Paradise
  • Rakuen
    Rakuen
  • Nanotale - Typing Chronicles
    Nanotale - Typing Chronicles
  • LootBoy:

  • AER Memories of Old
    AER Memories of Old
Statistics
122 games (+1 not categorized yet)
18% never played
23% unfinished
26% beaten
20% completed
12% won't play