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There is my guide for Crystal Story 2. If you have any questions about the game, or need help, leave a comment at the end of the page!Small Forest (Zone 1)
The Small Forest is mainly a tutorial level, but I will recap some of the important events in this area and list some of the items that you can collect from the monsters present here. Additionally, all of the levels are randomly generated to some degree, but we can still find a basic skeleton for each zone that is common for each player. When you first arrive at the Small More >
After a long wait, Cargo Bridge 2 is finally out! I remember when the original Cargo Bridge was released and having fun playing it for a few hours. I remember both loving the game and being very frustrated with it. The idea is very original and I haven’t seen it done before, so that’s a big plus for me, but the execution in the original Cargo Bridge got on my nerves because of the physics engine which seemingly allowed pathways to snap under very little weight. This seems to have been changed and I’m very excited to continue playing the More >
Admin Note: Hey Everyone! This is a guest review by Taiboss. He will be posting occasionally and I’m happy to have him on the Guidology team. If you’re interested in writing for Guidology then check out this official post.
Hanna in a Choppa 2, sponsored by addictinggames.com, is the sequel to the great success of 2008 by Deeperbeige and has everything that makes up a typical continuation of a success: more levels, new vehicles and achievements. But for this game, unlike some other games, that does very good for it, but let’s start from the beginning.
In the game, “Hanna More >
Notebook Wars 3 is finally out and is better than ever! Take to the skies with a whopping forty different ships and twenty different weapons to equip yourself with (compared to only ten different ships and ten different weapons in Notebook Wars 2). The game has a bunch of different levels, including two different modes, “normal” and “frenetic,” which is much like easy and hard modes that you’ll see in other games. It also features a survival mode that’ll send endless swarms of enemies after you. Try to upgrade your ships as much as possible and buy the strongest weapons More >
Strike Force Heroes is a new shooter game by JuiceTin, who also helped develop the Raze series. Both of the gameplays are very similar, but Strike Force Heroes definitely brings a bit more to the table if you ask me, with 65 different weapons, four unique classes and play styles, customizable characters, as well as special abilities and killstreak rewards. While the game is very much similar to Raze and Raze 2, this game separates itself with fun and unique gameplay that allows you to level up different soldiers giving you the option to specialize in specific weapons and play styles. If More >
Roar Rampage is a new arcade game by Neutronized, developer of Sky Island, Double Panda, and more. This new game, tosses you in control of a giant green dinosaur, who has been separated from his son. Destroy the city with your punches and gain various bonuses that’ll give special effects to your punches, like bombs and lightning. Through your rampage, you’ll encounter enemy soldiers and machines that’ll fire bullets at you. This arcade game is similar to Rampage, where you get to destroy buildings and fight various enemies, but it’s still differentiates itself in several manners.
When I first started the game, More >
Turbo Kids is a new game by YailenkoGames, where your goal is to win each race in a competition of nine races. The winner of this competition wins 1,000,000. What is untold about this game is why there is a competition and the storyline is quite empty. What makes up for that though are the smooth controls, the fun and fast-paced gameplay and the wonderful graphics. Your goal in each race, obviously, is to try to get first place. Although, it isn’t as easy as that, you must avoid falling off the platforms and must collect multiple power-ups each race. More >
Burrito Bison Revenge is the sequels to the very popular game Burrito Bison which was released about this time last year. Now Burrito Bison is back and he’s finally escaped from Candy Land, that had imprisoned him during the last game on a normal shopping trip at the grocery store. But wait – something is missing! The gummy bears have stolen his wallet and Burrito Bison must return to the decadent world of sweets to retrieve his wallet and deal more pain to the gummy bears. This time around the game is packed with more to do – many of the More >
Awaken: Front Line is a new and challenging shooter strategy game where you must defend the city from mutant. The mutants are an experiment gone extremely wrong by the military in attempts to create a super-soldier. In this game, you are sent into the city with three gunman and you must upgrade them, buy them new equipment and guns, to defend against evermore dangerous waves of mutants. This is truly a challenging game that’ll take you a few runs to find a rythm and maximized your survival chances. I’d like to think of Awaken: Front Line as a top-down The More >
Offroaders is another very impressive game by Tim Round, developer of Grand Prix Go, a similar racing game. This time you compete in competitive off-road racing. In Offroaders there is a total of eight competitors and you’re goal of courses to snag first place, but with many tricky levels and smart A.I this is harder than you may think! After each level you can buy new cars that have different stats. There is also a grand total of 40 different achievements to collect, most of which, though, you’ll probably collect on your first play through the game, but the “best More >