An excellent modification to an already outstanding game, as well as being in the vein of the main titles in the triple A series, it may as well be named an expansion pack, per se. And a hell of an expansion pack, for free! (One minor gripe is that you will have to adjust to the difficulty of securing a kill with WW1 weapons, especially the excruciatingly inaccurate machine gun)
THIS IS THE BEST MOD EVER!!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!1!!!!!1!!!11!!
OK, so it really isn't. It gets points for being slightly less ****** than his previous stuff, but then loses them again for still being pretty bad. It's kind of like the first mod you ever make, ie: terrible, badly thought out, and generally unpolished.
On the bright side, EA named a unit after him!
This mod was weird...
I did not understand the story, maybe I missed something?
Plus, monsters at every corner popping out of nowhere... thanks, not my cup of tea :(
And I didn't need the rusty key - tried opening all doors in the mod with it, to no avail.
Wow, lovely puzzle game! .. And believe me, normally i hate puzzles ! Cogs is a perfect game for a 15 minute session.. just to exercise your brain;) Levels are well designed, smart and pleasure to watch. Specially when you finish the task and see the outcome - e.g steam moves a little toy helicopter ;) There's plenty of levels and special challenge mode, so you would not be bored. I can imagine that all puzzle fanatics will really enjoy Cogs, for me it's a nice distraction - so, 7 points out of 10. Very decent game, bravo Lazy8 Studios!
The main idea behind the game is decent.. but not everything works as it should be. Hammerfight is a part of Humble Bundle #3 and is surely the worst game in this pack. The goal is to control some kind of a flying machine and deal damage to your foes by swinging its .. hammer, as the title suggests. There's nothing compelling in this game, it's difficult but not rewarding, the controls respond lousy and most important - Hammerfight is just plain boring and poorly made. Two points for trying.
Roguelike rpg ? Can this be enjoyable in 21st century ? It can and surely is. Example - Dungeons of Dredmor! Apart of real graphics instead of ASCII, this game is typical rouglike rpg with random generated levels. There's plenty of good humour too. Unfortunatly, graphics could be a little bit better. I know, it's indie production but... Well, we should be grateful there's graphics at all, developers seem to say. Game lacks story, but that's not a flaw - you dont need a story in a game like this. It's just about fun, exploring, leveling up and killing your enemies. Of course, there is the last, final boss in the last 10th level of dungeon (Mr.Dredmor, indeed)... and a couple of minor bad guys on the way. You would not be bored;) Another interesting thing - Dungeons of Dredmor features permadeath - long forgotten, now revoked! Of course you can choose to switch it off, if you value your sanity. Try losing your character after couple hours of gameplay... ;) But if you want to play as if it's still 1980, go ahead!:) Some gamers reported bugs and crashes with DoD. I guess it's all patched, because im playing without any problems. In conclusion - nice little game, but marked for a small group of players. If you like classical rpg's, dungeoneering style games, you'll like Dungeons of Dredmor. For rest of you guys, this game gets boring and repetitive after half an hour