A deathtrap-filled last level is fine on a platform game with tight controls, but not for a puzzle game in which platforming is a secondary concern. I thoroughly enjoyed this game up until the final level. The sheer frustration inspired by dying six times as often during the last level as during the rest of the game really ruined it for me.
I find that the Time Stop spell is way too powerful, I have completed every level in this game on epic difficulty with Time Stop being the only spell equipped. Other than that, I found Epic War 4 to be rather enjoyable and an easy 4 badges.
Eh, I was max level in WoW with plenty of time to raid... the only problem was once you do it once, its the same thing over and over again... just like runescape, except more than $5 a month. Not to mention I'm personally into tradeskills, and WoW is a tad lacking in that department. unlike the 18 different tradeskills offered by Runescape.
Go push your agenda on someone who cares. If carrots screamed when you pulled them from the ground, would you starve? I seriously doubt it. Besides, our digestive systems are designed to process meat.
These animals wouldn't be raised and killed in such horrible conditions if they were intelligent enough to defend themselves. Unfortunately for them, they're not... therefore they are food. We have six billion mouths to feed, and that's impossible to do by gathering berries.
Quit whining and go starve somewhere.
If you put in pi to the 32nd digit in the first place (refer to your calculator), then you can put just about anything into the other places and it will draw continuously until the shape becomes solid.
I believe you've done the impossible here... you've made math fun for the masses!
Turns out I make a better sperm than I ever expected! The educational aspect, along with the chuckles, make this worth a play-through. Not to mention the extra atmosphere provided by the soundtrack. Cool!
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