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  1. http://jonathanwhiting.com/ld/37/ Give it a try. See how far you get.
  2. Bloody hell, this is brilliant. Explore derelict, alien infected space hulks using remote drones, controlled using only a Command Line Interface on your computer terminal. And the only information you have as to what's happening is what's being relayed from your drones temperamental, degrading sensors. Search for the fuel and scrap you'll need to keep up repairs and supplies in order to live just another day. This does a pretty good job of explaining what makes it so great. I held off buying it because I do most of my gaming on the tv but after finding out that the text can be resized I gave it a shot. Turns out it works perfectly on my mac using a bluetooth keyboard from the sofa. Although I suspect, for maximum atmosphere, you should probably play it sat mere inches from the monitor, typing on a lit keyboard with sound effects from the Nostromo play on a surround sound system. I've only played a few missions. It's pretty easy to get going with, the basics are simple to pick up and you don't have to worry about the more complex stuff straight away. The atmosphere kicks in immediately though. Reminds me a little bit of Hacker on the C64, only much, much better.
  3. I've been waiting for this game for a long time. I loved Samorost 1, 2, Botanicula, and absolutely adored Machinarium. Samorost 3 has finally been dated for PC and Mac - March 24th, with the mobile versions following shortly after. Just look at it! If anyone missed out on Samorost 2, I think I have two Steam keys to give away. If you want one just send me a PM.
  4. I think it's probably best we start a new thread for season 2 players. That way any new players just getting started on season one don't get spoiled.
  5. New platformer from some other ex-WayForward developers where you play as te titular hero Pip who has the ability to shift between three pixel forms, each with their own unique abilities, to solve puzzles, paths, kill baddies, avoid holes, etc. I forgot I had backed this and have had a couple of very promising updates recently which makes it look like £6 well spent. Steam version is out on the 4th June (Early Access has been out for a good while now) with the Wii U version following on the 11th in North America. Previews have all been very good from PAX and in the final run-up. I'll post more details tomorrow when I land from my flight and have access to my laptop but in the mean time please have some links (sorry about the formatting - I'll fix it in the morning): Kinda Funny Link Nintendo World Report Link Game Enthus Link Nintendo Fuse Link Pure Nintendo Link PlayStation LifeStyle Link (Edited links)
  6. Does rllmuk have an official game of the forum? If not, I'd like to nominate Everyday Misanthrope. It is a short game in which your goal is to be as big a cunt as possible so as to ruin as many peoples' days as you can. It is funny, it is free, and the pay-off at the end is great. DOWNLOAD IT HERE. First playthrough - I ruined 66 lives.
  7. Site: http://eightyeightgames.com/?page_id=54 Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eightyeightgames.ymbab(£1.99) App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id811397653?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D6(£2.29) Steam (PC/Mac): http://store.steampowered.com/app/290890(Currently £2.67, normally £3.99) One of my favourite mobile games, 10000000, has a sequel out today: You Must Build A Boat. So far I'm loving it. It's a realtime match-three game, with added lightweight roguelike mechanics; shades of the orgiinal Puzzle Quest about it. It also has outstandingly strong "oh, just one more go then" feelings.
  8. I couldn't find much talk about this on the forum, but it sounds ace. The quote above is from this Eurogamer article which has some nice images of the game and is well worth reading. You can apparently slide and snap to cover, pop out to take shots, slide to take down enemies and use headshots for quick kills. Like Hotline Miami, it has a pretty straightforward objective - clear a building of enemies whilst occasionally performing secondary tasks in the level - and like Hotline Miami it's being published by Devolver. Oh, and it was playable at Rezzed, which I didn't go to. UPDATE 1: Devolver reel from E3 2014, including Not A Hero and confirmation of PS4/Vita release: UPDATE 2: Vote BunnyLord gameplay trailer below; the game has also been dated for May 7th on Steam
  9. By Wonderstruck Games Official Site Release Date: It's out! ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS Saw like 2 minutes of the GB Quick Look immediately started working on a thread. I was very much pleasantly surprised by what I saw. The stylized visuals and excellent soundtrack alone are enough to make me put this on my wishlist and combined with the super easy control scheme (you only need a mouse) this seems like a winner! Secret Santa, take note! (actually don't as the current price point is a bit too steep I find) I'm honestly a sucker for these types of visuals. Just love me some stylization! So much so that even Escape from Dead Island thing looks enticing to me
  10. StephenM

    Storium

    Anybody else heard about this? All browser-based, and you go on and write bits of a story, then all role play different characters. TL;DR, really, so I won't bother explaining it all out. Just look at http://www.storium.com. But they've had a Kickstarter going (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stlhood/storium-the-online-storytelling-game), and that's hit its target, and it sounds good. Like an offline role playing game but, well, online. Some of us should get together for a game. And it's officially a game, I suppose, so here's a thread if anyone else is playing the beta. If a mod thinks this is better in 1. Creative design or 2. Gaming Unplugged, go ahead.
  11. Xevious

    Candy Box

    http://candies.aniwey.net Give it a bit of time. I'm quite a way through it now.
  12. I couldn't find a thread for this (Please point if I've missed it) but I was told about this rather excellent game by a friend. It's a F2P card battle game done in the style of classic D&D. Is anyone else playing? http://www.cardhunter.com/ http://www.cardhunter.com/gallery/
  13. Flub

    Endless Space

    I bought this in the Steam sale at Christmas I think and it's rather nice indeed http://endless-space...de-studios.com/ http://endless-space...os.com/Features Guide one of eight civilizations as you strive for galactic domination. Control the entire galaxy through subtle trade and diplomacy. Explore every corner of the universe to find powerful artifacts and resources. Overwhelm other civilizations with your advanced technologies. Destroy your enemies with massive armadas. The tutorial isn't the greatest but it all seems to hang together really well. Added bonus that it runs fine on my 11 inch MBA. Some of the systems took me a while to figure out but I'm enjoying it a lot.
  14. revlob

    Home

    http://homehorror.com/ Anyone else played this? It's a pixelated, horror-themed adventure game, about which I can't say too much more for fear of spoiling it, but it should be safe to say that there are multiple endings, and it takes about one and a half hours to complete. You can pick it up from Steam for a couple of quid, and it's available on both Mac and PC. It's received no small amount of praise from news sites like The Verge, so given I enjoy a good horror game, I sat down to play it last night. If you have any intention to play this, I'd advise doing so before reading the following spoilers. Here's what I thought: In particular, here's what happened in my game:
  15. I've been spending some time lately finding games suitable to play on my MacBook Air and I know quite a few of us have Macs so I thought it might be nice to have something a bit like the Steam thread but specific to Mac gaming. Performance chat, issues, stuff at Gog. What do people think? Mac games I have bought recently include Fallout 2, The complete Avernum collection, the complete Geneforge collection, Endless Space. I find due to trackpad issues I prefer to play non-action games on the MBA. Strategy, classic rpg. That sort of thing.
  16. Thought i would start a thread regarding The Realm, a new kickstarter project by my old Art Manager Ron Ashtiani from Midway Newcastle and his company Atomhawk. Taken from thier kickstarter page: So What Is 'The Realm'? The Realm is set in a far distant future where the world has been reclaimed by nature. Our once proud cities now lie abandoned - overgrown with strange plants and twisted vines. The locations in The Realm reflect the real-life landscapes and architecture of the North East of England. Some humans remain, but they are now leading a more simple life based around small rural communities entirely divorced from modern technology and science. The age of magic and mysticism has returned and there are rumours of stirrings in the forests. The Realm follows the story of Sarina, a headstrong young girl who leaves the safety of her village to embark on a desperate quest to discover a cure for her sick mother. On her journey she befriends a legendary giant stone golem named Toru, a gentle but powerful creature, and the unlikely couple begin a treacherous adventure together. Sarina and Toru travel across the wild and beautiful land to a forgotten city, where legend speaks of a flower growing with amazing healing properties. Their presence in the city awakens a long forgotten shadowy force that controls the Lampheads - mysterious plant-like creatures with a powerful and deadly gaze. As you might expect from a concept/design company the artwork is impeccable and they seem to have some experienced guys on board, obviously i can 'vouch' for Ron. I recently spoke to him at Animex were he was giving a speech and The Realm was mentioned but i don't have any 'insider' info; i know as much as whats on kickstarter. Gameplay details are a bit thin on the ground but they say they'll update the kickstarter page in the coming days. Don't mean to be spammy i thought the idea of it been a click/puzzle game might interest some of you since we seem to have a very diverse range of tastes on RLLMUK.
  17. Excellent western style old school fantasy RPGs. http://basiliskgames...eschalon-book-i Eschalon: Book I is a classic role-playing game experience that will take you across massive outdoor environments and deep into sprawling dungeons as you seek to uncover the mystery of who – or what – you are. ♦ A tile-built, turn-based game world where the result of absolutely every action is rolled, calculated or statistically determined. Strategy is paramount to success; careful skill management, equipment selection and magic usage will win your fights, not rapid button clicking. We are very pleased to say this is not another “action RPG”. ♦ Hundreds of items and dozens of creatures await your discovery. A combination of randomly generated treasure and carefully hidden goodies means that no two games will play the exact same way. ♦ Unlimited character development style: Choose from 24 unique skills to make the character you want and 8 base attributes that affect your character’s every action throughout the game. The game world does not scale or adjust itself to match anyone’s play style, so the ease or difficulty of the game is directly related to how successful you are at developing your character. ♦ Combat plays out at your pace. Eschalon: Book I features a turn-based system that allows you to roll through combat as fast or slow you want…make it fast and furious, or analyze every option for maximum advantage. ♦ A non-linear storyline means that the game world is open to explore as you desire. Follow the storyline or don’t…it’s up to you. Just be careful where you go and who you choose to trust- the world of Eschalon can be a deadly place for an inexperienced adventurer. ♦ An epic adventure that you must face alone…a single-player RPG carefully designed to feel like the great old school RPGs of the past such as Ultima®, Might & Magic®, and Wizardry® http://basiliskgames...schalon-book-ii The time has come to return to the realm of Eschalon! A new menace threatens Mistfell and the northern provinces, and evidence of your mysterious past come to light which will make you question everything you know about yourself. Don’t miss this thrilling sequel to 2007′s award-winning Eschalon: Book I! ♦ Eschalon: Book II is the sequel to 2007′s award winning RPG Eschalon: Book I, although no previous experience is needed to play and enjoy Book II. ♦ Book II is available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux-based computers. ♦ Play as a male or female character. ♦ 1024 x 768 native resolution. ♦ DRM Free! We respect our customers. ♦ New weather effects: snow, rain, and thunderstorms. Weather isn’t just an effect; severe weather effects gameplay stats and skills. ♦ Additional skills and improved skill balancing. ♦ Improved GUI including additional save game slots, increased number of Inventory and Quick Slot spaces, Key Ring and Recipe book, and much more! ♦ “Equipment configuration” presets for convenient swapping of entire armor and weapons sets. ♦ New difficulty modes and tracked statistics add to replay value. One nice touch is the minimap only works if you have the cartography skill and the more points you put into the skill the better the mini map gets. Some interesting puzzles too and you really have to watch for traps.
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