Yaivenov's Comments

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Play Picma Picma Apr. 12, 2014
The blaring trumpet each time I solve a puzzle kind of breaks the calm mood of the background music. A bit jarring.
Play Cursed Treasure: Don't Touch My Gems! Cursed Treasure: Don't Touch My Gems! Feb. 03, 2014
I think I like this version more than the second one.
Play Pre-Civilization: Stone Age Pre-Civilization: Stone Age Jan. 12, 2014
The higher difficulties aren't really strategy, just luck. If you hit any sort of impediment, like a bunch of barbarian raids, or iceages that slow down population growth, it becomes mathematically impossible to win the game.
Play Shattered Colony: The Survivors Shattered Colony: The Survivors Nov. 05, 2011
There seriously needs to be a set of forced action commands. It's extremely aggravating when the workers just dither and ignore much needed tasks, for instance I'll be constructing sniper towers to head off a wave of enemy. I'll have plenty of free people to man the towers, plenty of free workers to build the towers and man the towers, plenty of assigned workers to the nearest supply depot with a ready amount of supplies at hand and more than enough time to get the job done. Yet the workers just ignore the build order and the area gets over-run. Going by the in-game wave clock I've had build orders take a full two minutes before any construction finally happens. Another necessary forced action is bloody retreat command. When I know a branch of my base wont survive a zombie attack I raze the buildings in order to pull the people back and keep them from being killed. Instead they just stand there doing nothing until the zeds over-run and kill them.
Play Master of Fortresses Master of Fortresses Oct. 01, 2011
Anyone else notice during infinite wave mode that around wave 20 your walls start mysteriously taking damage with no enemy near them and no one shooting at them?
Play Master of Fortresses Master of Fortresses Aug. 10, 2010
@silverfalcon07: Same, massed greenjackets just mow down anything that come within their considerable range. After getting them stacked three to four deep the engineers can't even touch the walls. Something that might add some challenge is if the opposing force could roll in some field artillery or mortars in the later stages to keep you on your toes, it would also force some development of your own fort artillery as a counter.