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Hades

Played Hades for the first time! I never know that it needs some aiming skill.. LOL.. For the first attempt, I can get past only 8 chambers... Without regenerating health, the next chambers a big challenge..

Hades
TheAverageAgentYT
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LV.18 Sage 2mo

Who knows the game 'To the moon' here?

It is the best indie game I have ever played.

Who knows the game 'To the moon' here?
Who knows the game 'To the moon' here?
HotHandLuke
HotHandLuke HotHandLuke
LV.22 Myers 2mo

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 Reviews

Destructoid (Jordan Devore)
 
"Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 isn't the kind of modernized retro game you'll tear through once or twice only for it to slip out of sight and out of mind, never to be touched again. Over the weekend, I happily cleared the sequel four times – twice alone, twice in local co-op – and it's still calling my name."
 
Score: 9/10
 
Venture Beat (Mike Minotti)
 
"Curse of the Moon 2 didn’t need to innovate on much. The whole point of the series is to give Castlevania fans an experience similar to those classic 8-bit adventures. And Curse of the Moon 2 does that well, offering a fun and challenging sidescroller with beautiful pixel art and tons of replayability"
 
Score 8.5/10
 
See All the Reviews here: https://gamerant.com/bloodstained-curse-moon-2-review-roundup/

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 Reviews
FlutterArts
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LV.21 S 2mo

Finally full combo-ed the circular one-handed jumps 🎉🎉

Only took me about a year for this 1600+ notes full combo🙄🙄 I also got a new outro screen and I love it 😍
 
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Finally full combo-ed the circular one-handed jumps 🎉🎉
Finally full combo-ed the circular one-handed jumps 🎉🎉
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 2mo

Superhot: Mind Control Delete free for owners of original

When the standalone sequel releases, it will be free for people who own the original. It releases on July 16th, so get Superhot before then to get the sequel for free!
 
Source: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/superhot-mind-control-delete-releases-soon-free-fo/1100-6479530/?utm_source=reddit.com

Superhot: Mind Control Delete free for owners of original
Werhakon
Werhakon Werhakon
LV.24 RIP 2mo

Games?

I really can't find a good indie game... Please recommend for me

Games?
Games?
HotHandLuke
HotHandLuke HotHandLuke
LV.22 Myers 2mo

Ryan's Always Right: OneShot

OneShot is a unique, fourth-wall-breaking adventure game that features one-of-a-kind puzzling elements. On the surface, OneShot looks like little more than your typical RPG Maker game, but it somehow has transcended its developmental limitations and earned widespread critical acclaim. What makes OneShot so special?
OneShot takes an extremely unique approach to character design and development. You, the player, are a major character in the game. Your goal is to help Niko, a young lost cat-like girl, save the strange and unfamiliar world that she now finds herself in. This world is dark, somber, and filled with dysfunctional robots who are counting on you and Niko to restore their sun and along with it, their hope. Niko is this world’s messiah, and you are this world’s god.
To describe this game as one that “breaks the fourth wall” would be underselling it. I don’t want to spoil anything, so I will just say this: not only are you a character in the game, but you must take actions outside of the game in order to progress. OneShot takes place in a world of computers and robots, and those who consider themselves to be severely computer illiterate may find some of the game’s puzzles to be quite difficult or confusing. Fortunately, the game does a good job of offering hints should you need them.
OneShot’s narrative is very layered and complex. Everybody is looking to somebody else for direction, but who really has the answers? Certainly not us. The way that OneShot draws parallels between you and the game’s characters creates a truly surreal experience. You are acutely aware that you are playing a game, but somehow it feels like so much more. It is very easy to form a sincere attachment to Niko and the others, so much so that life and vitality seem to ooze out of them by the story’s end.
Unfortunately, the end is not so easy to get to. Much like Undertale, the first playthrough of OneShot only scratches the surface of the complete picture. There are fragments of information, scattered hints and suggestions, but ultimately a lingering sense that something is missing. I feel very similarly with OneShot to how I felt with Undertale: the first playthrough is very good but it’s not nearly as impressive as people make it out to be. In both of these cases, it’s the New Game+ and subsequent playthroughs that transcend them beyond the ordinary.
I want to make this abundantly clear: the NG+ in OneShot is phenomenal. However, I must admit that there are a few things I disliked about this game and pretty much all of them were within the first playthrough. The game presents itself as one in which each of your actions has a critical impact, but this really is not the case. The dialogue can often get clunky the more you interact with the characters and this become frustrating over time because there’s no way to skip a dialogue once you’ve started it. There were times in which the logic didn’t make sense and, in a way, the game discourages exploration. None of these issues are severe enough to cause any real dissatisfaction, but they do somewhat detract from the otherwise wonderfully immersive story.
OneShot provides one of the best, most captivating narratives I’ve ever seen in a game. It does an incredibly good job of making you attached to the characters while simultaneously reminding you that this is nothing more than a game. And my goodness what a bizarre, beautiful game it is. I really, really want to give this a perfect score, but the first playthrough admittedly has its flaws and I think that the mechanisms of the puzzles may be off-putting to those who aren't so computer savvy. That said, this game is absolutely worth playing and I would highly recommend it to anybody who enjoys off-the-wall puzzlers or narrative-driven games.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 4.5/5
 
OneShot retails for $10 and is only available on PC. It’s currently on sale for $6 on Steam and was also included in the recent Itch Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality.

Ryan's Always Right: OneShot +5
Ryan's Always Right: OneShot
Ryan
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verified Admin 2mo

Developers of Shovel Knight start hiring for 3D project

Yacht Club Games is beginning development on a 3D project. The studio posted a job position for a gameplay programmer for a 3D project.
 
Details: https://www.pcgamer.com/shovel-knight-developer-yacht-club-games-is-working-on-a-3d-project/

Developers of Shovel Knight start hiring for 3D project
FlutterArts
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LV.21 S 2mo

Hue games - Currently Free

Epic games made Hue games free for 3 days until July 10
Get it before its too late!
 
https://www.epicgames.com/store/ko/product/hue/home

Hue games - Currently Free
DragonKoal
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LV.23 PlayStation 2mo

Mortal Shell Beta Free on Epic Games Store

https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/mortal-shell/home

Mortal Shell Beta Free on Epic Games Store
Werhakon
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LV.24 RIP 2mo

Steam Summer sale Picks

1. Hades
2. Raft
3. Bloons TD 6
4. Don't Starve Together
 
If you say something I miss, let me know in the comments below! Let that be exciting and fun to grab it!

Steam Summer sale Picks
TheAverageAgentYT
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LV.18 Sage 2mo

Duck in Games podcast about little games

And before you know it, Duck in Games episode about several small games is available for everyone to... Appraise, admire and add to the queue of the podcasts to listen to
https://duckracy.com/podcast/the-episode-where-we-take-our-time-to-admire-smaller-games/

Duck in Games podcast about little games
AngryDucky
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LV.22 I Love Food 2mo

Hunt Showdown

Well Moot has groups for mobile games that I have never heard of..They should be in indies games.... I have submited Hunt Showdown to Moot monthes ago.. Great Multiplayer.. It shame that it doesnt get the attention.. or even that I get zero feedback from Moot.. 👌

So if anyone is LFG for Hunt Showdown

Plz send a message..

Have a wonderful day 🤔

Hunt Showdown
Agent Midknight
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LV.22 Hunter 3mo

STRAY | New PS5 game where you get to play as a cat!

They announced this way back in 2017 and I briefly followed development but haven't heard anything since but I'm happy that they're going to be released on both the PS5 and Steam next year!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u84hRUQlaio
https://store.steampowered.com/app/1332010/Stray/
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STRAY | New PS5 game where you get to play as a cat!
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 3mo

First Impressions: Super Hexagon

Super Hexagon is a frenetic, fast-paced twitch game in which you control a tiny triangle in a desperate attempt to avoid hitting the numerous walls that rapidly descend upon you. Although it may look like a basic flash game from the age of old, Super Hexagon has earned an abundance of accolades and was a finalist for several publications’ Game of the Year award. On the surface, Super Hexagon boasts little more than a simple premise and a bleak artstyle; could this game really be that good?
The gameplay in Super Hexagon is extremely straightforward. There are only 2 buttons in the entire game: left and right. As you rotate your little triangle around the evolving shape in the center of the screen, you must avoid the seemingly endless amount of walls that fly at you. If you hit a wall, even just once, it’s game over and you must start again from the beginning.
Let me make one thing clear right now: this game is hard. Like really, really hard. Like the game’s easiest difficulty is literally called hard, hard. Although each round starts off at a reasonable difficulty, the game quickly ramps up and can seem near-impossible just seconds later. Simple walls turn into complex patterns and each round is different from the last, so while memory of patterns is important, it’s impossible to memorize each level and you’ll instead have to rely on your intuition and reaction speed. Here's a brief gif of some of my gameplay so you can see what I mean (epilepsy warning):
The game is divided into six different geometrical levels at 10-second intervals: point, line, triangle, square, pentagon, and hexagon. The goal in Super Hexagon is twofold: beat your previous best time and try to survive the full 60-seconds to reach the hexagon level at the “end” of the game. When you die - which you will, a lot - you’ll be shown your time of survival along with your historical personal best. Jumping right back in is easy and addicting; be prepared to hear the words “Game Over” and “Begin” about a thousand times on your journey to success.
While this game undeniably has that addictive property of the old Newgrounds and Kongregate era flash games, it also suffers from some of the same issues that eventually made those games die off. The control in Super Hexagon is frankly pretty awful. It is so easy to overshoot or undershoot and nearly impossible to correct, which often leads to feeling that you lost for reasons other than your skill. Turning off V-Sync helped significantly with the controls, but it was still far from ideal. While I can’t deny that Super Hexagon does demand a lot of skill and quick reactions, much of the difficulty in the game ultimately comes from its disorienting nature - so much so that I would not recommend this game to anyone who suffers from motion sickness or epilepsy. With all that being said, I must admit that it was very satisfying to finally “beat” the game, even on the "easiest" difficulty.
Overall, Super Hexagon is solid for what it is. It’s a fun, addicting little time waster with a catchy soundtrack, but the fact that this game was a finalist for several game of the year and design awards is pretty mind blowing to me. We’re talking about the same year that launched some of the best indie games of all time like Fez, Faster Than Light, and Journey. Super Hexagon is fun for a bit, but it was made in less than 12 hours during a game jam. Fez took more than 5 years. C’mon now.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 3.5/5
 
Super Hexagon retails for $3 and is available on PC, iOS, and Android. It was also included in the Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality, so if you bought the bundle then you already own this game!

First Impressions: Super Hexagon +4
First Impressions: Super Hexagon
Ryan
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verified Admin 3mo

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The initial experience was more than Satisfactory 😇

The Steam Summer Sale is on and this is when we burn a hole in our pockets, fooling ourselves into buying games that We Will Absolutely Play™️ but will likely stay on the shelf until the next summer sale rolls around. For me, at least, Satisfactory is not that game.
Games have always been a form of appreciation for life outside of the real world. It isn't escapism per se, although it is very easy to escape from our reality when we launch any game at all. To me, however, it serves more to augment how I view my reality at times. Instead of bleakness, I've learned to approach people and problems creatively, more honestly, and with the same curiosity and caution. It's also living vicariously through the eyes of another character that is an extension of myself. When I played Satisfactory, I couldn't shake the feeling that this is a world that I would love to spend time in to regulate my thoughts and emotions and to recuperate from a hard time. It was the same response that I had when I played No Man's Sky in VR. It's just something about the beautiful, vast expanse of a game world that permits you to slow down that real life just doesn't offer.
 
I've always been a sucker for beautiful environments and the potential to explore without... I don't know... dying, since I'm pretty terrible with combat 75% of the time. If it's not a hardcore survival game and there are beautiful places to discover, I really would prefer not to engage in combat because it ruins the immersiveness of discovery. It's just something about being able to feel safe while exploring in video games that I love. The liberty to walk around without constantly worrying about “the bad stuff” that happens in the real world my parents always warned me about is why I love titles like this so much.
But I probably wouldn’t have picked it up if it wasn’t for my girlfriend wanting to play it because the trailer had a heavy emphasis on building. Then again, assembling a ridiculous, not safe (in reality) for work, parts manufacturing factory is the point of the game after all. However, I would have hopped on the train earlier if I had known that the world was going to be so damn beautiful and so much more than just building.
 
And when I finally got into it, I'm already off exploring and my inclination for photographing pretty things kicked in. Sometimes I stray off my main objective (collecting materials for my girlfriend who’s busy building our satisfactory kingdom at home…) to take in-game photographs aka screenshots of breathtaking sceneries and the various oddities I find along the way... but it was definitely worth it. The only thing that annoyed me when I took these screenshots was that I am unable to turn off the HUD. I could only resize them smaller. That aside, I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed snapping them.
Going for a swim in a giant lake and crossing it from one end to another. Passed by a poisonous gas forest area on the way and I’m glad I didn’t choose to walk… In the sky, another planet is visible.
Climbing giant mushrooms to take this shot of other giant mushrooms.
The night time is both beautiful and eerie since there are alien animals lurking around (did I mention spiders? I had one jump scare because I had no idea there were spiders half my size in the caves 😭). The planet that was visible during the daytime is clearer at night. I mistook it for the moon at the beginning.
This is the actual moon.
 
Whether you’re a seasoned survivalist or a newbie, you can scale the game according to your preference with the 4 difficulty presets before you begin. In my opinion, there is something for the ones who love the open world and the rhythmic sense of achievement that the game provides. I know I derive satisfaction from exploring the open world while my girlfriend enjoy building the smartest manufacturing route, and designing our home on top of coming along with me on little adventures.
 
Every time I play, I’ve spent 3-4 hours in one sitting just enjoying the time working towards a common goal with my partner in the game. It's familiar, it has variations in its repetitiveness so that it's not boring. For an early access title, it’s already quite solid. Honestly it's been so great bonding with my partner in-game since we can’t see each other due to the lock down. It's another form of relief that isn't granted to us during this ongoing pandemic and even without the current dire circumstance, I do foresee us playing this for a long time.
 
Satisfactory is currently on sale on Steam for 10% off:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/526870/Satisfactory/
 
PS. The title is a pun.
 
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The initial experience was more than Satisfactory 😇 +5
The initial experience was more than Satisfactory 😇
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 3mo

please support this game!

Outward is an open world survival rpg. It's different from any other open world game I've played because there's no fast travel, there is no magic marker on the map showing you where you are, and you aren't the prophesized one. It Outward it's you vs the wild and with over 150+ crafting recipes and 4 unique and vast areas there's plenty to explore and craft along your journey.

please support this game! +3
please support this game!
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LV.20 Clearly Hacking 3mo

Ryan's Always Right: Night in the Woods

Do you like being sad? Well, have I got a game for you. Night in the Woods is a single-player adventure where you play as Mae, a young college dropout who has returned home and is struggling to find her place in the world. As you explore your hometown and try to rekindle lost friendships, Mae’s troubled past slowly reveals itself as she transitions into adulthood and her mental state deteriorates.
Night in the Woods is a story about growing up, but unlike most games which typically focus on adolescence, Night in the Woods is about early adulthood. At 20 years old, Mae isn’t a kid anymore by age but her actions and perception of the world show otherwise. She’s only been away from home for 2 years, but much has changed since then. While Mae has been in college, her friends have all transitioned into the “real” world. They have jobs and responsibilities, they have intimate relationships and bills to pay, and life for them simply isn’t centered around fun anymore.
This isn’t to say that Mae doesn’t have her own problems, she certainly does, but she severely lacks empathy and understanding of the plight of those around her and of what being an adult truly means. Her relationship with her parents isn’t great and while Mae is upset because she feels like nobody understands her, she really makes no effort to be understood. She chastises people for treating her like a kid, asserting that she’s an adult and “can handle the truth,” but simultaneously refuses to open up about her own past and won’t even tell her friends or parents why she dropped out of school. Mae severely struggles with her mental health, but so does everyone else.
The story is convoluted, embodying the walking enigma that is human nature. Every character in Night in the Woods has their own hopes and desires as well as their own hardships and failings. Whether or not you want to uncover all of this is up to you. At its core Night in the Woods is just a glorified walking simulator, prioritizing exploration and dialogue above all else. While it does have some minor puzzle and platforming elements, neither is very difficult or significant. This game largely consists of walking around the town, talking to the same people every day, and seeing how their lives are changing alongside your own.
In terms of gameplay, Night in the Woods is pretty lacking. While that’s not necessarily a bad thing in such a story-centric game, I found that some of the design choices created unwanted lulls and that the pacing of the game and storytelling was simply off at times. For example, the core gameplay is walking around and exploring, but your character moves rather slowly and walking to the same place 40 times in a row can get tiring. The walking-sim-type gameplay is broken up by various minigames and events, but none of them contributed to the story significantly enough to warrant their forced inclusion. I also found the repeated dream sequences to be rather tedious over time, although I’ll admit that they did provide some of the prettiest artwork in the game.
Night in the Woods is honestly a pretty brutal game. You’re stuck in this loop between hope and sadness, slowly realizing and coming to terms with everything adulthood entails. While I’d argue that the age of the player is insignificant for most games, I think that Night in the Woods finds its strength in resonance and that a player would likely have to be at least in their 20’s and have experienced these themes first-hand in order to fully appreciate this game. I expect that most people will either love Night in the Woods or find it to be extremely boring, with little in between. While Night in the Woods isn’t without its flaws and its pacing could certainly be improved, if you’re the type of person who thinks they would enjoy this game, you’ll probably consider it to be a borderline-masterpiece.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 4.5/5
 
Night in the Woods retails for $20 and is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
 
PS: Night in the Woods was also included in the recent Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality so if you grabbed the bundle last week then you already own this game!

Ryan's Always Right: Night in the Woods +4
Ryan's Always Right: Night in the Woods
Ryan
Ryan Ryan
verified Admin 3mo

Borderlands 3: How to Start Bounty of Blood DLC


 
 
 
https://gamerant.com/borderlands-3-how-to-start-bounty-of-blood-dlc-quest-mission-where-sanctuary-3-gehenna/

Borderlands 3: How to Start Bounty of Blood DLC
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Full combo-ed Expert+ on this meme song ☠️ ⚠️ Epilepsy warning

Coffin Dance but it's remixed by the rhythm game music lord Camellia 🤩
I can't feel my arms after this but the full combo was worth it.
 
I also just noticed that playing with sabers this thin makes it look like I'm playing with invisible sabers @@
 
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Full combo-ed Expert+ on this meme song ☠️ ⚠️ Epilepsy warning
Full combo-ed Expert+ on this meme song ☠️ ⚠️ Epilepsy warning
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 3mo

Dunkey's View on The Last of Us Part II

Is it good? Is it bad? Is it Dunkey?

Dunkey's View on The Last of Us Part II
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LV.20 S 3mo

Name my social justice mage?

Looking for an interesting name for my social justice mage! Most creative one wins?

Name my social justice mage?
Name my social justice mage?
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LV.30 Rare Candy 3mo

Cute kiwis in little hats 😍😍

I've been following their development for a year and Keywe released a demo and I'm freaking out.
https://store.steampowered.com/app/1242980/KeyWe/
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Cute kiwis in little hats 😍😍 +1
Cute kiwis in little hats 😍😍
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 3mo

My girlfriend is the king of the ducks in VRChat 🤣

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My girlfriend is the king of the ducks in VRChat 🤣
My girlfriend is the king of the ducks in VRChat 🤣
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LV.22 Dream Chaser 3mo

First Impressions: Ethereal

Ethereal is a unique, award-winning 2D puzzle game that has been heralded for its minimalistic art style and sound design. Described as a “profound experience that carries players into an unknown and mysterious world surrounded by carefully designed puzzles,” Ethereal certainly presents itself as something special. Does it live up to the hype?
In Ethereal you play as a round blob who must navigate increasingly abstract and convoluted puzzle worlds in an effort to reach the portal at the end. You’re immediately thrown into a vacant, grey world with no narrative and no instructions. There is no hand-holding in Ethereal; the only way to learn in this strange world is by playing. In doing so, Ethereal constantly toes the line between familiar and novel. For example, unlike most games which typically use walls as barriers, Ethereal takes the exact opposite approach and forces you to pass through walls in order to move vertically.
Ethereal introduces new mechanics in a way that is very satisfying and fits wonderfully with the aesthetic of the game. The levels are presented as an open-ended puzzle but it’s always clear what your objective is even though it’s never overtly stated. This makes it so that your attention is always brought to any new mechanics, enabling you to quickly learn them with ease. The specific manner in which you must use your new tools in order to complete the puzzle may not be so straightforward, of course, but the ease of discovery and revelation is omnipresent.
The puzzling itself, while it’ll give your brain a good tickle, isn’t particularly challenging, especially for well-seasoned puzzle players. The joy in Ethereal comes much more from exploring the beautiful worlds than from any mind-bending triumphs. I really like the aesthetic of this game, it's minimalist in nature but it feels so alive in this faded yet vibrant environment.
Interestingly, Ethereal’s biggest praise has been for its sound design; unfortunately the audio in this game wore on me very quickly. While the sonics can indeed be very pretty, the same sounds that were originally charming eventually became cacophonous, so much so that I ended up muting the game and throwing on some of my own music. One of my biggest complaints about the game is that it implores you to explore these gorgeous worlds but simultaneously bugs you with annoying pings to focus you towards your objective. This is just one of many ways in which the game felt at odds with itself and ultimately one of the things that led me to feel that this game is more of a nice, casual time-waster rather than an award-worthy piece of art that deserves your undivided attention.
Ethereal is beautiful, well-designed, and in the endless ocean of puzzle games, provides something truly unique. It’s by no means perfect and as far as puzzle games go, Ethereal certainly leaves something to be desired in terms of difficulty. For me it feels like a great laid-back, time-waster type game, but it doesn’t really amount to much more. It’s still an interesting experience, it’s still worth playing, but I don’t think that Ethereal is quite deserving of the praise it's received within indie circles.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 3.75/5
 
Ethereal retails for $10 and is available on PC. More importantly, it’s currently part of the itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality which gives you OVER 1,500 games for just $5. I’ll probably review quite a few of the games from this bundle so be sure to pick it up before it ends on June 15; the link is below.

First Impressions: Ethereal +4
First Impressions: Ethereal
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Ryan Ryan
verified Admin 3mo

Ocean Blue [SS rank 92.0%] | 800+ combo

I kinda messed up there at the end because I was distracted 😒 otherwise I would have gotten a higher score
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Ocean Blue [SS rank 92.0%] | 800+ combo
Ocean Blue [SS rank 92.0%] | 800+ combo
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Photo of Eminem dissing hitler

Photo of Eminem dissing hitler
Photo of Eminem dissing hitler
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Ryan's Always Right: Minit

Minit is a unique, one-of-a-kind adventure game where the journey takes place just one minute at a time. Featuring a strange yet captivating premise and a retro black-and-white artstyle, Minit was quick to catch my attention. What does this bite-sized game have lurking beneath the surface?
Minit is a game that is completely committed to its core concept. You play the game in 60-second chunks, and absolutely everything in this game is designed with that in mind. Unlike most games which start off with an engaging cinematic or text-box dialog that explains the backstory, Minit throws you right into the gameplay with no explanation whatsoever. You awake inside of a bleak, nondescript home. 60 seconds later, the game “resets” your progress and you awake in your home once again.
The world outside your domicile is a strange one. The oddities are plentiful and deliberate, attempting to make the most of the fact that discovery and understanding are both very hard to come by when you’re limited to just one minute of gameplay at a time. Thankfully there is always progress to be made in Minit, and almost always more than meets the eye. As you traverse the land, you’ll encounter powerful items that stay in your possession even after the 60-second reset. Through clever puzzle-solving and intuition, these items are the keys that will enable you to unravel the mysteries of Minit’s bizarre world and break your minute-long curse.
The more you travel across the land, the more it becomes abundantly clear that everything has a purpose. This attention to detail is easily one of my favorite aspects about Minit, but it also comes with some frustrating downsides. While the game does a great job of making you feel like you’re always on the brink of discovery, sometimes it gets a bit too laborious or taxing. For example, you might reach a new area and be seconds away from completing its puzzle, only for your time to run out and have to do it again. This isn’t necessarily a pro or a con, but it’s likely to be a polarizing aspect of the game for many players.
Overall, I really enjoyed the concept of this game and think it’s well-executed in many ways. The attention to detail is undeniable and it’s incredible that the developer was able to craft a world that felt natural to explore in 60-second chunks. That said, I still felt that Minit left something to be desired. Minit is an incredibly short game and, while I think the game’s brevity was necessary in this case, it’s difficult to recommend a game that costs $10 and can be completed in under an hour. There is a significant amount of extra content - and it’s worth doing - but at the end of the day Minit is still just a short, streamlined game with an interesting premise. If the premise sounds captivating to you then you’ll probably love Minit; if not, you can give this game a pass.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 3.75/5
 
Minit retails for $10 and is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Mobile.

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Little Nightmares in first person

Anyone played this before? I remember streaming the game in its standard 3rd person view and already clenching my butt so hard when the evil bosses were chasing after me. It was already terrifying enough and now they have a 1st person view mod holy heck I'M NOT PLAYING IT.
 
https://youtu.be/mJpE5Lb4HHs

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These wall maps in Beat Saber are getting to be pretty insane (and pretty 😍)

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These wall maps in Beat Saber are getting to be pretty insane (and pretty 😍)
These wall maps in Beat Saber are getting to be pretty insane (and pretty 😍)
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Looking too play!

Alluh akbar

Looking too play!
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Dunkey reviews Super Mario Sunshine

A long-awaited Dunkview of an all-time classic game. But is it a mastahpiece?

Dunkey reviews Super Mario Sunshine
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Was in VRChat the other day and caught these two flirting 🤭

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Was in VRChat the other day and caught these two flirting 🤭
Was in VRChat the other day and caught these two flirting 🤭
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This game racist doe

This game racist doe
This game racist doe
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THEY ADDED DEADLOCKED

OMG THE GEOMETRY DASH FLASHBACKES ARE COMING BACK

Game: just shapes and beats

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Where do i go

Where do i go
Where do i go
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Time to finish this masterpiece.

I really do enjoy night in the woods, but it's going to end eventually. I was told that, sorry for the spoiler.
But it's not there yet. Come along to the streamy stream mc streamface. By Duck
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Time to finish this masterpiece.
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First Impressions: Ape Out

Ape Out is a top-down smash ‘em up game where you play as a trapped ape on a rampageous escape from your human captors. Featuring a simple yet bold art style and a dynamic jazz soundtrack, Ape Out certainly boasts an appealing aesthetic. Is Ape Out as intriguing as its visage suggests?
Gameplay in Ape Out is simple and streamlined. You must navigate your way through a maze-like level while evading or annihilating the numerous human guards who block your path. There are a variety of different enemies, each posing its own offensive and defensive challenge. For example, one enemy may attack with a shotgun and be resistant to bullets while another enemy attacks with explosives and is resistant to close-combat attacks. This makes it so that many levels require a combination of careful strategy and quick reactions so that you can take out the priority targets and progress through the level.
Each level seamlessly progresses into the next, making the game feel like one massive escape sequence. Although each stage goes from left to right and has a clear end point, the game does a great job of presenting itself as a high-paced, frantic adventure inside a massive labyrinth. Death is nothing to be afraid of in Ape Out. When you die, you are shown a map of the current stage along with the exact route you traveled before meeting your demise. You then restart at the beginning of the stage, but the stages are somewhat random so you might encounter some slight differences from your previous run.
While I don’t really have any complaints about the gameplay, the appeal in Ape Out ultimately lies in its aesthetic. This isn’t to say that the game is only skin-deep, quite the contrary in fact, but rather that the aesthetic choices infect every aspect of the game and have more significance than meets the eye. For example, you have no health bar in this game. Instead, your character oozes out bright colored blood with every shot you take, leaving a progressively larger trail of blood behind you.
Ape Out isn’t a perfect game nor is it some revolutionary masterpiece that’s going to change your life, but as far as casual, beat ‘em up style games go, Ape Out is worth your attention. It does a great job of creating a unique and engrossing atmosphere while the frenetic pacing turns each level into an intense, nail-biting experience. The game starts out easy but quickly ramps up in difficulty and should prove to be an ample challenge for beginners and veterans alike.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 4/5
 
Ape Out retails for $15 and is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
 

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Dunkey plays Maneater

It's a sharkpg

Dunkey plays Maneater
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Goose go HONK

The honk from Untitled Goose Game, in Beat Saber 🤣
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900+ combo let's go 🤩

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The prefect Soundtrack

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The prefect Soundtrack
The prefect Soundtrack
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Some thoughts about Disco Elysium

Time flies and the newest episode of Duck in games is available for everyone. It's just a couple of thoughts about Disco Elysium and why is it my second all-time favorite game
 
Disco Elysium is a big game. It has ambitions, it has world, it has everything to grab your interest. In fact, it grabs the interest so much, that only while rendering the episode I thought, that I have never touched the aspect of fights in the game. RPG, where fighting is not even a tertiary thing. It’s so unimportant, that you can go through the game and never even physically oppose anyone. And you may still win at the game! Well… win as in… do whatever you feel like and not get punished for it.
 
http://duckracy.com/podcast/in-the-rhythm-of-disco/

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Weeble Wobble

This map is such a fun one to play but I keep failing at the end 😢 I need a lot more practice on this. I was talking to someone in my YouTube comments the other day about how to play/get through hard songs. Usually, I tend to watch my own replays or other people's videos to see what I'm screwing up and that helps because you know what you can improve on. Also, the Slower Song modifier? A lifesaver.
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Streaming hunt Showdown

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Ryan's Always Right: Civilization VI

Civilization VI is a turn-based 4X strategy game where your goal is to build an empire capable of standing the test of time. Civilization has long been considered one of the best and most influential strategy series in all of gaming and its latest offering, Civilization VI, is currently available for free from the Epic Games Store. Does Civilization VI live up to the lofty, genre-defining experience that we've come to expect of the Civilization series?
On the surface level, gameplay in Civ 6 is exactly what you would expect if you are familiar with Civilization or 4X games in general. Representing a real-life historical figure and civilization, like Catherine de Medici and France, your journey begins during the time of antiquity in the Ancient Era. With nothing to your name but a warrior and settler, you must explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate in order to lead your empire through the ages and build the greatest civilization the world has ever seen.
As you expand your empire and your ambitions grow, your civilization will begin to develop an identity of its own. There are many factors that will contribute to your success in Civilization VI, like having a vast empire or robust economy, but there are only 4 true routes to victory: domination (military), religious, cultural, or scientific. As you create new cities, erect buildings and wonders, and acquire civics and technologies, your civilization will become a complex empire that requires your excellent leadership. The game ends once the first player satisfies one of the 4 win conditions, so be sure to keep track of other civilizations and balance your offensive and defensive focuses.
In comparison to previous Civilization games, Civ 6 brings some new approaches to the table. One of the most major differences is the new “District” system. Districts are placeable and enable you to create certain types of buildings; for example, a Holy Site district enables you to build Temples and train Missionaries. Districts are a major focus in the game as they have very impactful adjacency bonuses which increase the district’s effectiveness depending on where it's placed. While the District system is not necessarily a bad thing, it does require you to have a lot of foresight when planning your cities and, especially on higher difficulties, could be a bit challenging for new players.
If you like Civilization, or even the idea of a Civilization-type game, then Civ 6 will almost certainly appeal to you. Although I didn’t find Civilization VI to be quite as good as Civ 5, I would still rather play Civ 6 as the updated graphics and ability to go wide (have many cities) make the newer edition a more enjoyable experience overall. The game isn’t without its faults and purists of the genre will likely have some grievances, but for the vast majority of players Civilization 6 is probably the most accessible and satisfying 4X strategy game on the market.
 
Ryan’s Rating: 4.5/5
 
Civilization VI retails for $60 and is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Mobile.
 
Civilization VI is also available for FREE from the Epic Games Store right now. As long as you claim your copy by May 28, you’ll be able to keep the game forever.

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Hey Chum pal

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have you heard of Hollow knight?

Alright so if your interested in indie games you might have already heard of it but if you haven’t I recommend this game called hollow knight it’s a metroidvania game and it’s amazing the detail,gameplay,and story is everything this could of ever wanted. Now I get this is just my opinion and you don’t need to listen to me but if your interested in this game from what I said you should check it out. The platforms it’s on is Microsoft Windows; macOS; Linux; Nintendo Switch; PlayStation 4; Xbox One. Have Fun!!!

have you heard of Hollow knight?
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