I don't know if it's just blind luck, but on crate series 33 I get unusuals pretty often. Brought my "average cost per unusual" down to $100 from over $300+ with $7000 spent overall
If I ever play tf2 again, I'm going for series 33 lol
This is one of those games where you think, "I'm just going to get the badge of the day and leave." I don't mean to trash this game too much, but as an avid RPG fan, this is awful. But it is pretty challenging to make a decent RPG in flash game form, I'll give you that.
This is a very original idea and well executed! I do think the Y-axis sensitivity is way too slow though compared to the X-axis. Overall one of my favorite browser unity games, but the sensitivity issue makes it less enjoyable than it could be. Great game, 4/5!
I have to say, I played this game solely to earn a hard badge. But this ended up being one of the best puzzle games I've played on Kongregate! The way you are introduced to new mechanics every 20 levels was great and in the last couple levels you really had to think. The last level had me nervous as it looked ridiculously hard but it ended up being an outro to the game! One of the easiest 5 stars I've ever given out, it was fun from start to finish.
I love how you can tap space repeatedly while your car is positioned facing upward while in mid-air, and you can just fly away and get out of the free roam map. I had too much fun with that lol. Definitely earns my vote for favorite racing game on Kongregate, 5/5! A few bugs here and there, but nothing game breaking. Overall, very enjoyable!
I can sum up my comment in the form of a poem:
There once was a game called Red,
If I didn't shoot the meteors I'd be dead.
Don't mean to sound like a whiner,
but this game could use a timer,
and an asteroid just hit me in the head.
For a browser shooter this is pretty well made. Can't say I "like" the micro-transactions but with it being free to play I can't be too surprised either. Maybe add some cosmetic items/customization for players who spend real money and less guns, to make it fair for free players and paying players alike. Look at Team Fortress 2 for example, one of the most popular free to play FPS games out there. The majority of their revenue is from cosmetics like hats, so the combat is still balanced between "premium" players and free players.
Although the game was strange with a little girl wearing cat ears, the hard badge was really fun to earn! I loved the puzzles and everything works extremely well. Out of the hard badges I have so far, this one was the most enjoyable! I'd give it a 4.5 if possible (the little girls lines came off as creepy and suggestive) but I'll round it to a 5
I run into people who glitch/hack through boxes and other cover, there is little variety of attachments and only one map gets stale quickly. I can't bring myself to rate this much higher than a 2 as it is now. I know this will most likely be down voted but it caught my interest enough for me to give my opinion on it.
This is #1 on my badge hit-list after getting down to just the last few bricks and having it slip away. For now, I have 99 problems and a brick is most of them lol. All joking aside, this is a very enjoyable and well crafted Tetris-like game and the impossible badge makes me want to play it even longer. 5/5!
I've never been so relieved to get all the badges in a game, but oh boy was it a journey of frustration. Now that I've completed it entirely, I do think the sensitivity of the arrow keys could definitely be taken down a notch. A lot of my deaths were from Meatboy sprinting off a ledge when I barely tapped a direction. Overall a well done platformer.
This is the first game I've encountered in-which I can't win a level right away after playing, which I kind of like! Shows that it really does take strategy and a knowledge of the game mechanics. Which I will still have to learn lol.
There's no way to be frustrated when playing this, very fun and addicting with the addition of upbeat music and crazy chain reactions. One of my favorite flash game experiences yet, very well done! 5/5
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