Sunday, 23 November 2014

Viking Valor Walkthrough Guide

Viking Valor
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Play Online: Viking Valor
Developer: HighUpStudio
Genre: Defense, Shooter

Viking Valor Guide
List of Skills in Viking Valor
Cannons
Grizzly Gremlin - The standard cannon every sailor needs.
> Damage Upgrade: Increase the damage of this cannon.
Damage: 20 / 25 / 35 / 45 / 60 / 70
> Cooldown Upgrade: Decrease the cooldown of this cannon.
Cooldown: 1.8 / 1.7 / 1.6 / 1.4 / 1.2 / 1 sec

Rounded Regina - Known as the Queen of Cannons, she will lead you to victory!
> Damage Upgrade: Increase the damage of this cannon.
Damage: 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 / 120 / 150
> Cooldown Upgrade: Decrease the cooldown of this cannon.
Cooldown: 2.5 / 2.3 / 2 / 1.7 / 1.4 / 1 sec

Gentle Gemini - Two is better than one and is far from gentle!
> Damage Upgrade: Increase the damage of this cannon.
Damage: 30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90 / 100
> Cooldown Upgrade: Decrease the cooldown of this cannon.
Cooldown: 2.3 / 2 / 1.7 / 1.3 / 1 / 0.7 sec

Evacuator - Leads to people evacuating in more ways than one.
> Damage Upgrade: Increase the damage of this cannon.
Damage: 100 / 160 / 220 / 280 / 350 / 500
> Cooldown Upgrade: Decrease the cooldown of this cannon.
Cooldown: 4 / 3.5 / 3 / 2.5 / 2 / 1.4 sec

Trusty Cannoneers I - Your crewman will fire at all to defend their captains ship!
> Gunner Upgrade: Increase the damage and fire rate of your gunners.
Damage: 20 / 40 / 60 / 80 / 100 / 120 / 150
Cooldown: 7.5 / 7 / 6.5 / 6 / 5.5 / 5 / 4.5 sec

Trusty Cannoneers II - Your crewman will fire at all to defend their captains ship!
> Gunner Upgrade: Increase the damage and fire rate of your gunners.
Damage: 20 / 40 / 60 / 80 / 100 / 120 / 150
Cooldown: 7.5 / 7 / 6.5 / 6 / 5.5 / 5 / 4.5 sec

Upgrades
Cannon Ball - Cannon deals 15% more damage.
> Duck Hunt - Cannon does 30% more damage against flying enemies.
> Ground Locked - Cannon does 20% more damage against ground enemies.

Pumping Iron - Increase Trusty Cannoneers damage by 20 %.
> Lightning Fast - Increase Trusty Cannoneers fire-rate by 20 %.

Juggernaut - Increase ships health by 400.
> Raise the shields - Take 15% less damage from projectiles.
> Puny Weapons - Take 8% less damage from melee attacks.

Spells
Hammer of Thor - Hurl lightning from the sky upon your enemies.
Damage: 200, Cooldown: 60 sec
> Damage Upgrade - Deal 60 % more damage.
> Cooldown Upgrade - Reduce cooldown by 20 %.

Draugr's Gift - Hail meteor from the god Draugr to the earth.
Damage: 100 per meteor, Cooldown: 100 sec
> Damage Upgrade - Deal 80 % more damage.
> Cooldown Upgrade - Reduce cooldown by 40 %.

Skadi's Reckoning - Rain shards of ice upon your enemies.
Damage: 20 per ice shard, Slow: 40 %. Cooldown: 75 sec
> Damage Upgrade - Deal 100 % more damage.
> Cooldown Upgrade - Reduce cooldown by 60 %.

List of Traps in Viking Valor
Spikes - Spiked planks that cause damage to enemies as they walk across it.
> Spikes Upgrade
Damage: 15 / 30 / 40

Horn Blower - Powerful wind turbine that slows enemies.
> Horn Blower Upgrade
Slow: 42 / 56 / 70 %

Dynamite - Stick of pure badassery, it will make all nearby enemies explose!
> Dynamite Upgrade
Damage: 180 / 300 / 500

Hog Grill - The intense fire from the grill will burn all enemies walking over it.
> Hog Grill Upgrade
Burn: 15 / 21 / 27 per sec, Duration: 2 sec

Spring Board - Launches the enemies backward, what more would you need?
> Spring Board Upgrade
Knockback: 2 meter, Cooldown: 8 / 5 / 3 sec

Fireball Pipes - Shoots 4 firefballs out of its tubes, causing damage on hit and damage over time.
> Fireball Pipes Upgrade
Damage: 15 / 30 / 50, Burn: 9 / 15 / 21 per sec, Duration: 2 sec

Tesla Coil - Nikola Tesla told us it releases a burst of electricity, damage all nearby units, land and air alike.
> Tesla Coil Upgrade
Damage: 30 / 50 / 70, Cooldown: 12 / 11 / 10 sec

Recommended Build for Viking Valor
Skills
1. Max Grizzly Gremlin
2. Max Rounded Regina
3. Cannon Ball
4. Ground Locked
5. Duck Hunt
6. Max Evacuator
7. Trusty Cannoneers I
8. Trusty Cannoneers II
9. Pumping Iron
10. Lightning Fast
11. Max Draugr's Gift
12. Max Hammer of Thor
13. Max Skadi's Reckoning
14. Juggernaut
15. Raise the shields
16. Puny Weapons

Traps
1. Max Horn Blower
2. Max Fireball Pipes
3. Max Dynamite

Viking Valor walkthrough
Viking Valor is not terribly long or difficult, but I felt it was a little grinding. New cannons seem to be downgrades every time, until I spend several level's worth of points to make it better. By that time, the next cannon is already unlocked. That's why I skipped buying Gentle Gemini in my build above. Just remember to set your priorities right by aiming those quicker enemies, and you should be fine until facing the last boss. For the last boss, my trap layout are Horn Blower, Fireball Pipes, Fireball Pipes, Horn Blower, Fireball Pipes, Fireball Pipes, Horn Blower, Fireball Pipes, Fireball Pipes. The boss didn't even make it to the ship to deal any damage. Easy game! :P

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Idle Tree Walkthrough Guide

Idle Tree
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Play Online: Idle Tree
Developer: KingsWill
Genre: Upgrades, Simulation

Idle Tree Guide
List of Upgrades in Idle Tree
Manual Fighter
1. Upgrade Tree
2. Upgrade Click's Strength
3. Upgrade Manual-Click Fighter

Auto Fighter
1. Upgrade Fighter's Speed
2. Upgrade Fighter's Strength
3. Upgrade Auto-Click Fighter

List of Trees in Idle Tree
- Sapling
- Young Tree
- Tree
- Autumn Tree
- Spooky Tree
- Tree of Souls
- Christmas Tree
- Palm Tree
- Bonsai
- Jack's Beanstalk
- White Tree of Gondor
- Truffula Tree
- Burning Tree
- Yggdrasil
- Mario 64 Tree
- Minecraft Tree
- Whomping Willow
- Swamp Tree
- Giant Mushroom
- Ent
- Space Tree
- Cable Tree
- Cherry Blossom Tree
- Cacti
- Kite eating Tree
- Grandmother Willow
- Bambus
- Family Tree
- Great Deku Tree
- Mana Tree

List of Coins in Idle Tree
- Bronze (one, 1)
- Silver (thousand, k)
- Gold (million, m)
- Platinum [cyan] (billion, b)
- Ruby [red] (trillion, t)
- Amethyst [purple] (quadrillion, q)
- Emerald [green] (quintillion, qt)
- Rose [pink] (sextillion, s)
- Sapphire [blue] (septillion, sp)
- Diamond [white] (octillion, o)
- Onyx [black] (nonillion, n)
- Rainbow (decillion, dc)
- Unobtainium [gold-green] (undecillion, u)

Idle Tree Walkthrough
The fastest way for me to win Idle Tree is to buy all the 4 Auto-Click Fighters first. Once you have all 4 of them, you can start to concentrate and put all your gold onto one fighter. Normally, I will upgrade 2 times Fighter's Speed then 1 time Fighter's Strength. So, you should always have like 10 Fighter's Speed maxed and 5 Fighter's Strength. Once you are done, buy the remaining Fighter's Strength then upgrade your Auto-Click Fighter. Now, repeat the process until you win the game. Remember to upgrade your tree every time you can. Basically, this method seems to work fairly for me. The logic behind is you are gaining more idle clicks first because every time you upgrade your Auto-Click Fighter, the speed will fall back to level 1. Instead of increasing the amount of gold you are earning, I focus on gaining the amount of auto-clicks first. That's why I went for speed over strength. Please comment below if you have tried going for strength over speed first. :)

Pro-Tip: You keep the left mouse button pressed and simultaneously keep pressing right mouse button and space-bar you can generate 3 times the money!

Friday, 14 November 2014

How To Be a Gamer: Find a Good Place

Find a Good Place
Now that you have your system and games, you must find a good place to play them. An area where you can comfortably sit for hours on end is a must. You absolutely will not like people to disturb you when you are halfway through the games. Also, asking you to quit your important game so they can watch TV. Choosing a good place to play games is quite essential for gamers. An ideal room set up for gamers should balance comfort with an assortment of technologies to make longer sessions gaming satisfying. Below are some places you may consider playing at...

1. Bedroom
2. Living room
3. Garage
4. Basement
5. LAN gaming centers
6. Community clubs
7. Office
8. Game Shop

For me, I mostly play at home and my bedroom is my man cave. Basically, my room is equipped with my gaming computer, media devices such as mini stereo set and television (which I used to have). I can really spend a full 4-5 hours in my room doing my own stuff and not step out. For PC, I have a desk to work on. My smartphone or handheld will be my bed most of the time. And for consoles, not any more sadly. I just throw away my old television, but every now and then I take one of my consoles to the living room and play there. Simply put that my room is a place where "I can do anything as I please"; I eat, play and sleep here. What is kind of funny is I am always protective of my bedroom, but either way nobody goes in there. It is really my own room, my own space! You can enter only with my permission! :P

I've tried playing in LAN centers for long period of time but it just didn't feel right. I just couldn't get comfortable at LAN centers for too long. Firstly, I have to buy food when I hungry, have to walk quite a distance to toilet and stuff like that. Secondly, it's quite an expense to my pocket especially for a student like me. However it can be quite an experience, if you have friends tagging along with you to LAN centers playing co-op and MOBA games. Yeah! Generally I prefer playing at home and I really quite happy with my current setup. As long you feel comfortable with the environment, I think that will a good place to play all your games. Now, tell us where do you game below the comments below!

Sunday, 9 November 2014

A Temple of Two Worlds Walkthrough Guide

A Temple of Two Worlds
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Play Online: A Temple of Two Worlds
Developer: Storm Alligator
Genre: Adventure

A Temple of Two Worlds Guide
Solutions to A Temple of Two Worlds
1. Go to Morbert’s computer. Read the returned letter.
- You get the name of their boss : Neil Abrew.

2. Go to the report station. It asks you for the author. Type "Neil Abrew".
- You get Neil’s HomeworldCom ID.

3. Go to the HomeworldCom computer. Type "Mirror1”.
- You get Neil’s password.

4. Go to Neil’s computer. Open the Chat app.
Type first name: "Neil", Password "qwerty55”.
- You learn that Neil will use a Diary app.

5. Go to Zatricia’s computer. Open Search app. Type "MySimpleDiary". Then type first name: "Neil". Password: "qwerty55″.
- You learn that Neil will talk to the team in the lounge on the 61th day of DeltaMonth at C hour.

6. Go to the Surveillance Computer. On the manuel, it says that the camera of the lounge is E3 and how to format the date search. Click "Surveillance". Type "E3″ for Camera and "61C" for date.
- You learn Morbert’s password.

7. Go to Morbert’s computer. Open the chat app. Type first name: "Morbert". Password: "lovebartha".
- You learn tha Morbert will plant a bomb on the machine room on the 91th day of DeltaMonth at G hour.

8. Go to the Camera computer. Click "Surveillance". If you type E4 as Camera ID, you’ll learn that the camera was destroyed. Since we can’t access the camera of the machine room, we will try the one of the machine room-lounge corridor.
Type "E5″ for Camera and "91G" for date.
- You learn Zatricia’s password.

9. Go to Zatricia’s computer. Open Search app. Type: "MySimpleDiary". Then type first name: "Zatricia". Password: "distantuniverse".
- You learn that the team has had a meeting in the lounge on the 95th day of DeltaMonth at Y hour.

10. Go to the Camera computer. Click "Surveillance". Type "E3″ for Camera and "95Y" for date.
- You learn Zatricia’s full name.

11. Go to the report station. "Type Zatricia Taylor Abrew".
- You learn that the password for the computer in the machine room is the name of Zatricia’s daughter if she had been born in Homeworld. By now you must have figured out that Pauline is Neil and Zatricia’s daughter. Her first name would become Zauline and her last name is Taylor Abrew.

12. Go to the computer in the machine room. Type "Zauline Taylor Abrew".
Ending #1: Hit "Confirm" on the computer.
Ending #2: Close the computer and go to the teleporter.

Friday, 7 November 2014

How To Be a Gamer: Picking An Awesome Username

Picking An Awesome Username
Are professional gamers good because they're good, or just because their usernames make you think they are? In my opinion, it may actually be a little bit of both. Sure, they are professional gamers, but I feel that it's their username that gives them the identity and profile. You will feel good when players recognize you by your username. It feels like an achievement unlocked, that's why good usernames are part of what makes games fun and entertaining.

Honestly, choosing a username can be either one of the easiest or hardest things to do before you play a new game. Sometimes you already have your identity from a previous game. So the decision is already made. You also might need to change your name if you change game genres because the name doesn’t quite fit or someone else has your name, but lets take a look at some ways of picking a great username.

Once you choose a username you’re stuck with it
Not all games always give you the option to change your username, they normally tie your account to your username forever. Of course, you always have the option to register and create a new account later on, but if you do that you'll be starting completely from scratch with a brand new gaming profile. If you plan to play the game indefinitely, you’ll be stuck with this name for the long haul. For this reason, take the time to put some thought into your gaming username.

Choose a name that’s easy for people to remember
When you create your username in games, you should try to choose something that’s easy for people to remember. Use familiar words instead of gibberish (or if you do use a made-up word make sure it’s easy to remember how to spell it). Don’t forget that what’s easy for you to remember may not be easy for others to remember. Try to use something simple that you feel describes yourself.

Use capital letters to separate words
If your gaming account name is made up of several words, then you should use capital letters to separate the words. This makes it easier on the eye and easier to read.

Example, TripleKill easier to read than triplekill? Or another example, isn’t FlyingThunderGod easier to read than flyingthundergod? Keep this in mind that, when you sign up for your account, you’ll want to make sure to type your username selection in with the capital letters as you won’t be able to go back and change this later.

Pick something personal and unique
The best usernames are always personal and unique; something no one else would think of. Avoid clich├ęs and check around the Internet before you pick. Chances are, if it’s taken, then it’s not as clever as you think. Just be creative and pick a different phonetic spelling, keep exploring until you found something you really like!

Don't randomly mash keys because you can’t think of anything
I know this one is easy to do, but you’re going to look pretty ridiculous with a name like Jea61bbzx or h78bjhasd1! Just don't do it.

Don't put "X" or "O" or numbers around everything
Adding "X" or "O" or numbers to the end of your name that don't belong or have no purpose really makes you look like a noob/baddie/wannabe. That sounds harsh, but when you online its true, why would I ever want to talk to someone named dragon192384 or xxdragonboy1993? The Internet seems to think this way. Don’t do this. It’s not cool and too many people have already gone down this path.

Avoid usernames of the last kind
There is one more popular username that doesn't work in most games. This will however work on forums, IRC chats, and similar type places. We are of course talking about Emoticons and usernames made up of symbols. Examples of the best are: ^.^, q [-_-] p, <(-. -) >, <(+_+) >, {=. =}... Stay away, this is definitely a no no!

Use random username generator online
This should be your last resort... Only when you're unable to come up with a name, try searching in a search engine for a name generator. There are plenty of them out there with some funny results that could help you on your way. Just be think carefully when picking any names, because name generated are normally not unique. They are all random words mixed together to form your usernames.

Never copy other people names
Professionals have simple names, such as: "Fatal1ty", "spawn", "heaton", "HotshotGG", "Faker". Do not copy their ussernames, people will dislike you if you use the same name as a professional and play on public servers. Players might report you and may cause your account to be terminated. Just be creative and unique, choose your very own username.

There you have it. Follow these rules, and you’ll be on your way to possessing a username that doesn’t completely suck. Who knows, you might even come up with. Hopefully this helps you pick the type of username you want. It's worth the time and effort to pick one you will be happy with so you don't need to change it or start a new account at some point.

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Escape from Jay is Games Walkthrough Guide

Escape from Jay is Games
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Play Online: Escape from Jay is Games
Developer: Mateusz Skutnik
Genre: Puzzle

Escape from Jay is Games Guide
Solutions to Escape from Jay is Games
To complete the game, you have to collect four reptilian limps and a valve, and then use them all over the main entrance in the room.
Starting scene: The scene you start in.
Bed scene: The scene with the stone statue in the bed.
Main entrance scene: The scene with a door full of golden sand.
Junkyard scene: The scene with old and broken machines.

Limb 1:
- Open the lowermost drawer in the bed scene. (Lower left) Get the knife and turn right twice to the junkyard scene. Use the knife in the leftmost coin slot, and get the coin. Turn back to the bed scene, and put the coin in the piggy bank. (Middle left) Get the reptilian limb.

Limb 2:
- Grab the floor brush in the lower left of the main entrance scene.
- Pick up the transistor in the junkyard scene (on the floor between the two middle machines), and put it on top of the machine in the starting scene. Pull the lever, and wait for the "welcome" sound. Click on the screen and on both green switches to open up two buttons in the starting scene. (upper left) Push the right one of them.
- Turn right to the bed scene, and enter the hole in the wall. Use the floor brush on the reptilian limb in the lower right, and click on it to pick it up.

Limb 3:
- Push the red book lying on the other books on the bokkshelf in the starting scene. (Upper right) Get the note that falls out.
- Zoom in on the chalk board on the left part of the starting scene, and use the note to get a 5-number code. The code changes every time you play.

*The code*
- For example, 5 means the fifth number counted from upper left, and red left to right, top to bottom.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
...

Limb 4:
- In the bed scene, push all red pillows once to reveal a key. Use it on the chest in the upper right of the main entrance scene to get a mahogny eye.
- Push the left button in the upper left of the starting scene. (If you can't push it because it has a cover on it, see "limb 2" to find out about how to open it.)
- Turn left to the junkyard scene, and get the mahogny eye from the hole in the wall. Turn left to the main entrance scene.
- Put both eyes in the strange statue in the upper left. Get the reptilian limb.

Valve:
- In the bed scene, click the valve in the middle right part of the screen 4 times. Turn right, and get the valve from the floor.

Endgame:
- Put all 4 limbs by the statue over the door in the main entrance scene. Put the valve in the hole over the door, and click on it to turn it.
- Click on the hole in the ground to enter it. Continue going down, and drop down through the hole in the end.

This is optional steps that doesn't affect gameplay.
Starting scene:
- Push the headphones.
- Zoom in on the chalkboard, and get the leftmost crayon. Use it on the spot in the middle right of the chalkboard.

Bed scene:
- Get and read the notes on the bed, and the one under it.
- Open the top drawer and get the pristine nail. Use it on the wall behind the alien.
- Push the game controller in the lower left.
- Use the knife on the piggy bank.

Main entrance scene:
- Push the button in the middle right.

Junkyard scene:
- 731 (A coordinate for SNEE(Another Mateusz game))
- Put the knife in any coin slot after getting the coin.
- A lot of levers and game controllers to push.
- Zoom in on the screen in the middle right.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Up in the Sky Walkthrough Guide

Up in the Sky
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Play Online: Up in the Sky
Developer: Wizard Game Studio
Genre: Launch, Upgrades

Up in the Sky Guide
List of Upgrades in Up in the Sky
Wire Weight - Increases the weight on the wires, this increasing your launch speed.
Cost: 25 / 50 / 150 / 250 / 500
Aerodynamics - Reduce drag.
Cost: 50 / 150 / 210 / 270 / 360
Controls - Makes the bird react faster and stronger, when you press arrow keys.
Cost: 50 / 150 / 700 / 1200 / 1800
Lightness - The bird becomes lighter and falls slower.
Cost: 35 / 250 / 550 / 850 / 1,225
Energy - Makes you lose less energy while moving.
Cost: 50 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 600
Engine - Hold space to start the corn-fueled engine.
Cost: 55 / 220 / 850 / 1800 / 2,800
Cash - Gives more money collecting stars and breaking records.
Cost: 90 / 450 / 1,500
Armor - Reduces energy and speed loss when colliding with a hostile bird.
Cost: 75 / 120 / 200 / 350 / 550
Stars - Increases the speed bonus after collecting a star.
Cost: 50 / 250 / 450 / 950
Star Density - Increases the density of stars you encounter.
Cost: 50 / 350 / 700
Bird Density - Descreases the number of hostile birds you encounter.
Cost: 500 / 1,500 / 3,000 / 5,000 / 10,000
Corn - Increases the chance of encountering corn. Each corn adds more fuel.
Cost: 550 / 1,350
Grain - Increases the chance of encountering grain that add energy.
Cost: 455 / 1,550
Hearts - Increases the number of hearts.
Cost: 150 / 300
Helmet - You will not get hurt when colliding with a hostile bird.
Cost: 200 / 500

Recommended Build for Up in the Sky
1. Cash
2. Star Density
3. Engine
4. Helmet
5. Wire Weight
6. Aerodynamics
7. Stars
8. Corn
9. Grain
10. Lightness
11. Energy
12. Controls
13. Hearts
14. Armor
15. Bird Density
16. Repeat!

Up in the Sky Walkthrough
Up in the Sky is a cute game, but quite grindy compared to other launch or flight games. The cost of the upgrades is a little expensive, considering how many are required to even get past the second or third altitude in the beginning. For me, I would recommend getting the Cash and Star Density upgrades first to earn more cash. Normal flight becomes a little useless, once you unlock engine. All you have to do is max out Helmet, Aerodynamics, Stars, Corn, Grain and the rest... Now launch and get your Corn engine going right away. Leave your helmet off until you're about halfway between 3rd altitude; you shouldn't have encountered any birds to slow you down before 3rd altitude. Then, put the helmet on and don't take your fingers off of Up and the engine. You should blast clean through to the other planet and win the game.

Pro-Tip: For those that don't know, you have to click the helmet to activate. I didn't realize until a while too.

Friday, 24 October 2014

How To Be a Gamer: Choosing A Gaming Platform

Choosing A Gaming Platform
You may be a casual gamer, or not a gamer at all, but if you want to be a real gamer, it will take a little time, effort and money! This guide will help you get started, but gaming is not for some people. If you are adamant on becoming a gamer in a certain area, then you must have the machine, gear & accessories to get started. For most people, there is always a debate whether they should go for PC gaming or Console gaming? Well, it's really a very tough choice, but it's solely based on personal preference. Let's look at the differences between PC and Console.

Personal Computer (PC)
Pros:
- Most games are cheaper on PC.
- You get better graphics on up to date machines.
- Comprehensive controls (keyboard, mouse).
- Most RPG and RTS games are made for PC controls.
- Longevity of games increased with mods, often user-made on some games (usually free).
- Dedicated servers.
- Some free DLC as with console games.
- Hardware / software issues can potentially be fixed yourself if needs be.

Cons:
- Constant need to upgrade hardware.
- Constant patching of games.
- Less comfort whilst playing (office chair/desk).
- Constant need to keep drivers up to date to ensure the games run as best as possible.
- Loads of settings for video/sound in-game which need ‘tinkering' in order to get the game running as best it can on your PC.
- No split screen for local multiplayer.
- Initial set-up cost for high-end PC can be expensive.
- Continuing to keep PC ‘high-end' will be a constant, often expensive battle as bigger and better graphics cards come out, for example.

Consoles
Pros:
- Convenience (sofa gaming).
- Little to no video/sound adjustments needed.
- Local multiplayer (split screen) for social/party gaming.
- Plug and play, easy console initial set up.
- Some DLC for games is free as with PC games.
- Patching of games is limited and rarely causes much delay for games you play often.
- Required updating of the console itself is limited.
- Most people have a bigger TV than PC monitor, so big screen gaming is more feasible.

Cons:
- Graphically inferior to high-spec PCs.
- More restrict controls, with keyboard and mouse better for some games.
- DLC can be unnecessarily expensive for what you actually get.
- No dedicated servers.
- MMORPGs would not work on Xbox One (live subscription and MMO monthly fee! Not likely.) MMORPGs might work for PS4s, but they're more natural on PC.
- Games are more expensive.
- RROD/hardware faults generally mean entire console needs to be sent back to get fixed.
- Games you play less often may have major patch updates needed before the game will load.

To Conclude
I like them both equally, but if I really have to pick one... My bias is definitely towards PC over Console gaming at a young age, though that's mostly due to the strategy being my favorite genre. Don't get me wrong, I like my consoles for the exclusives and newly released games, but PC gives me many of the same games with double the frame rate, loading times 3 times as fast, better graphics and superior online play. And I quickly realize most of the benefits of console gaming can be had on the PC. I heard you want to play with a controller? Just get a wireless controller and plug it in. I also heard you want to play while sitting on a couch? No worries, hook up your computer to your TV with HDMI cable. Done! :P

I've always been a PC guy, but I still love my consoles. How about you?

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Llama In Your Face Walkthrough Guide

Llama in your Face
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Play Online: Llama In Your Face
Developer: Peter Sperl & Simon Parzer
Genre: Action, Shooter

Llama In Your Face Guide
List of Upgrades in Llama In Your Face
Passive
Level 1
Bouncing Spit - Let you hit 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 visitors at once. Cost: $ 200 / 400 / 1,000 / 6,000
Knockback - Visitors get pushed back if they get hit. Cost: $ 300 / 800 / 5,000
Longer Combo Time - Increase the duration of the combo-bar so the combo counter won't be reset too fast to 8 seconds instead of 4. Cost: 500
Increase Spit Rate - Increase the spit rate by 115 / 130 / 150 / 175 / 200 %. Cost: $ 300 / 500 / 1,000 / 3,000 / 7,000
Cash Drop - Visitors drop larger amounts of cash by 150 / 200 / 300 / 400 / 550 %. Cost: $ 2,000 / 10,000 / 20000 / 40,000 / 80,000

Level 7
Magnetic Cursor - Increases magnetic radius of the cursor to collect coins more easily by 160 / 220 / 340 %. Cost: $ 500 / 1000 / 1500
Power Up - A mush have for all power-up users. Increases the awesomeness of all power-ups. Cost: 20,000
Guns (Ground) - These guns hit visitors on the ground. Level 1 / 1 / 2 / 3 gun on the left / both / both / both side of the cage. Cost: $ 10,000 / 10,000 / 20,000 / 40,000
Heli - Call for 1 / 2 / 3 additional power-up helicopter during each level. Cost: $ 10,000 / 30,000 / 75,000
Combo Lock - Lock prevents breaking the combo chain when missing. 1 / 2 / 3 lock per combo. Cost: $ 10,000 / 20,000 / 30,000

Level 13
Damage - Double / Triple / Quadruple spit damage. Cost: $ 50,000 / 75,000 / 100,000
Longer Power Up - Power-ups last longer. This might come in handy to 11 / 15 / 19 Seconds. Cost: $ 75,000 / 150,000 / 200,000
Guns (Air) - These guns hit flying visitors. Level 1 / 1 / 2 / 3 gun on the left / both / both / both side of the cage. Cost: $ 25,000 / 25,000 / 50,000 / 100,000

Consumables
Health Pack - Heal yourself upon activation.
Battle Cry - Push back every visitor on the screen and pops every balloon.
Nuke - Summons a spitbomb carpet to wipe out most visitors on the screen.
Shield - Protect yourself from visitors jumping into the cage for a short time.

Recommended Build for Llama In Your Face
1. Longer Combo Time
2. Bouncing Spit
3. Knockback
4. Increase Spit Rate
5. Cash Drop
6. Magnetic Cursor
7. Combo Lock
8. Guns (Ground)
9. Power Up
10. Heli
11. Damage
12. Guns (Air)
13. Longer Power Up
14. Repeat!

Llama In Your Face Walkthrough
Llama In Your Face is not a difficult game, I completed the game quite effortlessly on the first try. But, if you're struggling, maybe you could follow this tip; Don't buy any of the consumable or helicopter upgrades. Focus on moneymaking and spit powers. Earn as many combos as you can and avoid spamming unnecessary spit which might reset your combo counter. Combos will make you additional tons of money or you can grind for cash by repeatedly fail a level... Then just before the last level, get all of your consumable and helicopter upgrades. You'll beat it no problem.

Sunday, 12 October 2014

The Deepest Sleep Walkthrough Guide

The Deepest Sleep
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Play Online: The Deepest Sleep
Developer: Scriptwelder
Genre: Puzzle

The Deepest Sleep Guide
Solution to The Deepest Sleep
1. After waking up, you'll find yourself in a room. Keep clicking the shadowed figure slightly to the left, until you finish a conversation.
2. Click on the light and forward to a room.
3. Pick up the bottle on the floor, then head forward into the door.
4. Move forward twice, and you will find yourself in a church with three passageways. Go right and enter the storeroom.
5. Pick up the screwdriver at the top of the center shelf, and hammer at the right side. Once done, go back and proceed left again.
6. Use your screwdriver to pick up the gem stuck in the statue, and then use the hammer to smash the bottle. You should have two gems now.
7. Head back to the church and enter the center passageway. Now, place your gems into the stone skull's eyes. This will unlock the secret door on the left, so go left.
8. Dismount the small gem stuck onto the gray hole, then mount the small gem back into the blue hole. Once done, go left.
9. Do the same in this room, dismount all the gems first, then place them in the blue holes, then go left.
10. Same again here, then go left. Now grab the handle and head back to the church by redoing the mounting and dismounting.
11. Head to the left passageway and insert the handle into the reel. Click the reel to pull the rope down. Go back to church, then head right all the way until you are in this room where you find a hanging clown.
12. Pick up the stool, then goes back left twice. Place the stool under the door and go back to the reel.
13. Unwind the reel and head back to the sewer. Now the metal gate is opened, go forward then right.
14. BECAREFUL! This part is quite tricky. Your mouse movements will may trigger the monster to devour you if you move too quickly. Slowly and steadily move your mouse to the right and pull down the switch, then swiftly move your mouse to exit the right door.
15. Go right and enter the restroom. Pick the golden key at the sink, then exit.
16. Use the golden key to unlock the door, then go left 4 times. You should be in a corridor with three different doors.
17. Enter the center one and pick up the empty gease can. Exit and go to the left most inner room.
18. Pick up the square stone tablet (1/4) in the wall, then use your hammer and smash the fat, oily mushroom. Fill the gease can with oil then exit.
19. You should be back in the corridor and go right. Click the window and pick up a windup key. Once done, leave the window and go right.
20. Now pour the grease and open the rusty lock. Head down.
21. Slowly move your mouse to the stone tablet lying against the wall. BECAREFUL! It's the monster again! Just swiftly click the door on the right.
22. Pick up your hammer and throw it on the pile of plates. The monster should catch your attention and appear here. Proceed left again and pick up the square stone tablet (2/4) and leave immediately, up the ladder.
23. Head back at the way left until you are at room with the music box, use the windup key here.
24. Go left, and draw the curtain back then enter. Pick up the square stone tablet (3/4) near the skeleton skull, then proceed back to the corridor all the way right 6 times.
25. Enter the center room and use your screwdriver to open the lid of some sort, then jam the gears with your screwdriver. Head back to the room with the music box.
26. Go forward twice, right then enter the kitchen. Now pick up the last square stone tablet (4/4) at the shelf, then go back to the area with the music box.
27. Go left and click the paper on the ground. Memorize the patterns, it's different in every gameplay.
28. Proceed right 3 times and assemble the stone tablets into the empty square slots, according to the patterns you've memorized. A ladder should appear.
29. Lower the ladder by turning the valve. The monster should make a surprise entry after 3-4 turns. Just continue turning until you couldn't.
30. Climb up the ladder and look yourself in the mirror.
31. Go right then click on the door.

>> Click here for ending spoilers!
Ending #1: You catch the man and take his body, waking up.
Ending #2: You let the man go and stay forever in the deepest sleep.