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  1. Releasing tomorrow for pc and switch. Eeeek! https://store.steampowered.com/app/1451030/Star_Hunter_DX/ https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Nintendo-Switch-download-software/Star-Hunter-DX-2016270.html PS4 and Xbone versions still being worked on.
  2. The ... Zoo Nealand Story? Pfff, everyone knows all the cool kidz were playing Scrimblo Bimblo, anyway. All I remember about zool is the big cool colourful graphics and lollipops, trying to like it, but it being far too zoomed in so you could never really have enough time to react to what was coming, and ugh, awful inertia on the controls, which I think they had a toggle for in the options? I remember really liking the way it looked, but it was pretty unplayable. Don't know if it was Stockholm syndrome, having played everything else in the cartoon classics collection to death, but, was captain planet actually not that bad when you got into it? Just me, I'm imagining
  3. Ooh, yeah! I remember that from yoinks ago, with Jodie Foster? That's good that! "The Golden Glove" is fantastic! "The House That Jack Built" is lots of fun. "Incident in a Ghostland" I really liked, but not everyone did, from the "martyrs" guy "Violation" is a really good one I saw recently. "Vivarium" is fun.
  4. Hmmmm. Just a couple of patterns from the end, I can feel the 1cc coming. Would have been nice to get it before star hunter comes out and I drop this like a hot stone, but man, that lack of autofire. Slamming buttons just isn't fun when you have to do it for more or less the whole run. I just fed it another credit ran through to the end. Can not be arsed. Evorales - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1682840/Evorales/ I remember playing an old, early build of this and it definitely needed a kick up the arse and a lot more challenge, but it was still good, chill fun. Coming out the day after star hunter is unfortunate timing, I think, but I'll still grab it.
  5. I really liked it, but I think I know what Arn means.
  6. I wrote in another thread. I spoilered it because
  7. Excellent! Breaking 300m is no joke! Two more sleeps until Star Hunter! https://store.steampowered.com/app/1451030/Star_Hunter_DX/ https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Nintendo-Switch-download-software/Star-Hunter-DX-2016270.html
  8. Aaaay! Nice one I think it's mostly about keeping the medal chain going, don't let any of them fall off the bottom of the screen. I've decided that my shaky hands and soldering irons aren't a good match. Yeah, that's not happening. Doddering all over, not even in the post code of the pcb, nevermind the exact pin I want to stick the wire to. I've more chance of flinging boiling droplets of lead into my eyes and up the curtains, so best put that away before something nasty happens. Plan B: back to the tapping.
  9. Haha, I appreciate your honesty both of you. I'm quite enjoying it to be honest, but the lack of autofire settings is really taking the edge off. Having to constantly tap away like a demented woodpecker. It's undermining my air of authority. My dog is looking at me like the leash is going around my neck next time we go out. You can set two buttons to the same action, so it's my own lazy fault for not wiring up the turbo button on my brook UFB, I suppose. I'll try and do that tomorrow.
  10. Thanks, man! The latest Junkie video mentions Fast Striker which is currently under 2 quid in the PSN sale. Any good? Sounds like nobody has been buying their games. Got to be worth a punt at that price. https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP2005-CUSA13677_00-FASTSTRIKERCROSS/
  11. Spoony made me do it. Neko Navy is fab and is half price if you're quick. You've got 27 hours - https://store.steampowered.com/app/592270/Neko_Navy/
  12. Asked if Espgaluda 2 was coming to other consoles or pc. An official PC port would be the goodness! I was playing it a few months back and the black label mode feels like a great way of learning the game, the bullets kind of politely slow down and sort of rub against you like friendly cats.
  13. @Spoonman I feel bad about bringing that up now. I honestly thought it was something you were doing for shits and giggles. That's what I was expecting, you to go "Oh, don't worry, I'm just trolling, seeing what shades of true colours I can coax out of the diehard pc nutters" It's all totally cool, I probably wasn't reading the whole conversation, I just skim read the discords now and then and probably read your comments because I recognised your name. You were probably just balancing the books and I wasn't reading the arseholery that incited your comments. Honestly, I like reading what you've got to say, especially your posts on here. No need to check yourself or anything. Pretend retro speccy cassette version of star hunter DX. I can definitely feel that tickling my underdeveloped nostalgia receptors. If I had the sick grabber gene, I think that'd be going straight into my drawer of dusty miscellanea. That bit where they show you the shiny, groovy tape surface Almost instantly cancelled out by "and of course you get this big lump of plastic crystal to hang round your neck, and a certificate that tells everyone you fell for it" I often get the urge to support plucky indie developers further to buying their games, like often after I've bought a game for 10, 15 quid or whatever, I'll be like "shit, this is worth so much more". I've bought copies for other people in the past, that's a good way of doing it. I kind of wish there was a tip jar feature on the steam/itch.io or developers web page. Space moth was great but nobody bought it and idiots badmouthed it, but the team stuck with game dev and even the genre and the demo for their new game is fab and they've even got a publishing deal and are releasing on consoles and I'm gonna buy the plastic thing, alright? Don't judge me, I don't have to justify myself to you. August 5th for the steam and switch release.
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