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    Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:35 pm

    Here is a place to list all of the games you finish this year!

    For anyone who wishes to participate, just say "I'm in" and edit that post with your games as you finish them.  I'll put a link to each person's list in this post for easy access.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:36 pm

    Genkicoll's list for 2018:

    • Sacra Terra: Angelic Night - Review
    • Faerie Solitaire Remastered -
    • Reverie - Review
    • Inbetween Land - Review
    • Runespell Overture - Review
    • Reef Shot - Review
    • Forgotten Places 2: Regained Castle - Review
    • Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes - Review
    • Left in the Dark: No one on BoardReview
    • Zenge - Review
    • Fishdom 3
    • Sherlock Holmes: Trap for the Hunter - Review
    • Lara Croft GO - Review
    • Zup! and Zup! 2 Reviews


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by TheCloser17 on Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:58 pm

    I'm in!  Evil Grin

    Soon Soon

    Complete
    1. Lapland Solitaire (no ach.)
    2. Glass Masquerade (100%)
    3. Chef Solitaire: USA (100%)
    4. Jolly Rover (100%)
    5. Under Leaves (100%)
    6. Midnight Mysteries: Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy (no ach)
    7. Super Potus Trump (100%)
    8. Sherlock Holmes: Trap for the Hunter (100%)
    9. I Can't Believe it's Not Gambling 28/29 ach.
    10. Highrise Heroes: Word Challenge  25/36 ach.
    11. 10,000,000


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by Serenity_xx_ on Mon Jan 01, 2018 6:58 pm

    Im in


    1. Tengami
    2. OIK 2
    3. Klocki
    4. Lines by Nestor Yavorskyy
    5. Little Kite
    6. Zenge
    7. Her Story
    8. Draw Love
    9. Pixel Puzzles Junior
    10. The First Tree
    11. Ampu-tea
    12. O'fox life
    13. Puzzle Agent
    14. The Wolf Among Us
    15. Sprout
    16. OverGrowth
    17. Shelter 1
    18. Where is my heart
    19. Wanderlust
    20. Cubic
    21. Polyventure
    22. Abzu


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by never mind on Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:38 am

    I am in! :D

    1. A Wolf in Autumn
    2. Six Days of Snow
    3. The Sad Story of Emmeline Burns
    ( A Raven Monologue) < wasn't a real game, more a ten minutes, visual, short story!
    4. Corrosion: Cold Winter Waiting  < but only with the help of a guide, these puzzles are ridiculous  Embarrassed

    way too long since I last logged in :/ I hope I didn't forgot something..

    5. Alan Wake < on easy  Big smile the story is great, the gameplay is.. okish.. i think! still need to do the extra episodes/dlcs
    6. _observer < a second time to get a different ending my fav game of 2017 and maybe 2018 too!! 
    7. To the Moon < just wow


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by kac on Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:32 pm

    I'm in, thought last year I only got 10 games finished, so it will be a short list.
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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:16 pm

    You never know, kac!  You might go on a gaming spree this year! Sunny


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:48 pm

    Sacra Terra: Angelic Night completed again (first time in 2012.)  Just as good as I remember Sunny


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by TheCloser17 on Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:49 pm

    Looks like we are all off to a good start!







    Depth Hunter 2: Deep Dive

    Although the main tag for this game is simulation, it's really more of a casual game, there is not much in the way of a true simulation here of diving other than keeping track of you air. All in all this is an extremely simple game.  When you start the game you have basic equipment to use as you begin the first dive area. To progress in the game you must complete missions, of either finding artifacts or hunting fish or photographing fish.

    Everything is pretty simple to figure out as well. The graphics are nothing special, passable I guess. Most of the missions are very easy to complete.  The achievements are just as simple to get as the game is simple. There are two achievements however, that take a fair amount of grinding to get. 

    I cannot recommend this game for people who like to actually have something to really accomplish in a game, there just is nothing in it to feel like you are simulating diving really. And the missions add no amount of skill of playing a game either.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Fri Jan 19, 2018 3:20 pm

    I'm lagging behind... I've been slammed for time in real life lately, so when I get a few minutes at the computer, I've been working on Faerie Solitaire Remastered.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by kac on Sat Jan 20, 2018 2:21 pm

    I also have been playing a little Faire Solitaire.  Mostly my time is split between Elder Scrolls Online and Xenoblade Chronicles 2.  Xenoblade is a 100 hour game and Elder Scrolls is an MMO, so I don't see much getting finished for a while!
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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by Serenity_xx_ on Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:58 am

    The Sad Story of Emmeline Burns is such a cute little story did you enjoy it never mind 
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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:00 pm

    How did you like Little Kite, Serenity?  That one's on my wishlsit Sunny


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Feb 03, 2018 8:17 pm

    Reverie (Point-n-Click Puzzle)

    No options on this one, just point, click, experiment.  You can hit the 'z' button to zoom in/out, and that's about it!

    What little sound there is in the game is turned waaaay down, so you'll need to pump up the volume if you want to hear anything.

    This is a very short puzzle game with five chapters.  In each chapter there is a well with four crystals on it.  Hover your cursor over each crystal to see what your tasks for the level are.  Complete the four tasks and move on to the next level.

    There are 21 achievements, all but one of which are tied to completing your tasks, so there is only one that you'll have to work for... and all it requires is
    Spoiler:
    having a total game runtime of eight+ hours.
      A little annoying since the game takes no more than 30 minutes to complete, but at least it's not as bad as the achievements in The Stanley Parable! Laugh

    I had a weird glitch that made our character invisible for levels two to five, but was still able to complete the game with no trouble.

    Recommended for those looking for a short, charming puzzle game.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by Serenity_xx_ on Wed Feb 07, 2018 11:05 am

    genkicoll wrote:How did you like Little Kite, Serenity?  That one's on my wishlsit Sunny
    I really enjoyed it and would recommend it. Its a sad story and has some really powerful imagery. Its a point and click adventure really, with some hidden object puzzles thrown in.
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    Post by genkicoll on Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:16 am

    Nice!  Just my kind of thing! Big smile


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by TheCloser17 on Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:19 pm

    Finally got another one done. Should have had it done over a week ago, but I somehow missed a few crackers somewhere  LOL  had to do another full replay of Jolly Rover.
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    Post by genkicoll on Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:10 pm

    TheCloser17 wrote:Finally got another one done. Should have had it done over a week ago, but I somehow missed a few crackers somewhere  LOL  had to do another full replay of Jolly Rover.

    So how was it?  It's sitting in my backlog (surprise, surprise! Mouse pbbt  )


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by madth3 on Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:56 pm

    I'm in.


    1. CrossCells
    2. PUSH
    3. Caligo
    4. Fall Of The New Age
    5. Namariel Legends


    CrossCells  
    A simple puzzle where every board has cells with numbers and you to pick the appropiate ones according to given clues. It's a Unity game made by the creators of Hexcells and quite similar. Good enough if bought on sale or bundled.

    PUSH 
    Another nice puzzle. You get presented with figures with buttons and you have to press them all. The trick is that there's some hidden rules about the order in which to press those buttons and sometimes there are switches that move things and make things more interesting. Some logic and a bit of spatial thinking will take you to the end.
    A con in this game is that you are not shown how many puzzles are there and there's no selection menu.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:05 pm

    Nice, madth3! Sunny  Thanks for adding info about each game (and the link to the store pages is a nice addition, too!)


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by TheCloser17 on Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:40 am

    genkicoll wrote:
    TheCloser17 wrote:Finally got another one done. Should have had it done over a week ago, but I somehow missed a few crackers somewhere  LOL  had to do another full replay of Jolly Rover.

    So how was it?  It's sitting in my backlog (surprise, surprise! Mouse pbbt  )

    I will have to give it a 6 out of 10. It's fairly easy to find things but not always that easy to figure out how exactly to do things sometimes. It has some funny moments. Wouldn't say it's bad, but it's definitely not special really.
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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by TheCloser17 on Tue Feb 27, 2018 3:50 am

    Added another! Under Leaves, it says it took me 7 hours to complete. But, I left it on by accident while I was doing dishes, eating supper and also trying to fix the toilet. So my guess it should only take 3-5 hours depending on how good you can find the last object in each set, it's always the hardest, try to find it first  Rolling Eyes Gah!

    In reality it is not that hard of a HOG game, but there are a few scenes that will really have you stumped.
    This game is really just an HOG there are no puzzles. It's mostly fairly simple, but the game is relaxing and has some nice music. So if your tired or wanting to watch some TV and play, this is your game.


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    Re: Games Finished in 2018

    Post by genkicoll on Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:46 pm

    Try to find the last item first?  You bet! Snicker

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/567030/Under_Leaves/

    I like the graphics.  Offhand it doesn't look like it's very hard, and sounds like my first impression was right!  I do think my eldest would like it a lot.


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    Post by TheCloser17 on Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:12 am

    genkicoll wrote:Try to find the last item first?  You bet! Snicker

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/567030/Under_Leaves/

    I like the graphics.  Offhand it doesn't look like it's very hard, and sounds like my first impression was right!  I do think my eldest would like it a lot.

    Yeah it's not hard really. But as I said they are a quite a few scenes where that last object or two just hide very well.
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    Post by TheCloser17 on Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:20 am

    Midnight Mysteries: Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy added to the complete list!

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