Topic: Forum Games /
SURVIVOR: Redemption Island - Final IC: 4 v 40!
We were planning to form an alliance in the beginning but then we ended up in two different tribes. I was hoping for him to defeat Wii but unfortunately it didn’t turn that way. I had some fun with Prec, playing RoS, in the last days of its life. It makes me a bit nostalgic, it was a cool game, it’s a shame it’s gone.
Along the lines of Prec, I was planning an alliance with him, but after Prec lost, I knew he was going to be next. Papa’s games remind me of my country a lot, probably due to Papa’s Pizzeria, being one of the most played games of the brand.
He chose to became my ally and then betrayed me immediately during the fake swap, that is why we chose to lose the game to get rid of him. If there is something that I proved in this competition is that honesty and loyalty can still be valid assets in a game where betrayals seem the most efficient ways to win. If he, instead of acting like a turncoat, would have kept following the agreement we all had, he would be here with us, replacing Darkboy that joined us later on. In the whole game I promised: final 3 for Ham, Sand and Dark (Twisted before the fake tribe swap); top 5 for Woon (and then she had to win two immunties) and no votes against her in any moment of the competition. I’m currently keeping everything that I promised so, betraying probably wasn’t the best option for Cakez. Concerning the game, I really like it, so nice choice.
He wasn’t in my alliance, but he knew everything about my plan and was willing to help me. We were planning all the possible strategies to take down Wii, during the small portion of time before the 3 tribes came into the game, unfortunately he had to leave so he couldn’t help us going on. The game he is representing is quite an experiment that I mostly enjoyed.
He never felt like a threat, he had nothing against me and was sent out by his alliance since from the beginning. I’m glad he lost to Woon because I was expecting her to be a good asset for us. Music Catch, relaxing game, not suited for gaming competitions anymore.
I can’t really tell what happened with Wiggles, whether he was lying or not about the Idol just to protect himself, that is something I really hope will be explained after the endgame. I’m not too happy he had to go, but Woon was our only light. If anyone else was going to be the last redempted we would have almost certainly lost. Mardek is as great as it’s long, I’m too scared by the third chapter and I don’t dare playing it.
No contact between me and saro at all, obviously Woon was my choice here too. I don’t know, or don’t remember the game so I can’t really say much about it.
He’s probably the stronger competitior in the whole competition. I’m pretty sure that his faithful comrade (puzzle) didn’t betray him, and reading his “angry” post in the topic after he was voted out in the Tribal, made me even more suspicious. My idea about what happened is that he sent himself on the frontline to take out Woon and secure the win for his team, so I don’t think his team betrayed him at all, it was all planned, and he was definitely the best man to try and beat Woon. I would have done the same if I was in such a situation. I liked the first two chapters of Mardek because I was actually able to fully play them.
He dumped my offer to being in our team, because he considered the fact that I had no interest in getting to the final an issue more than an advantage. Crunchball is a game I played many different times during these years, nice choice.
uzzbuzz & puzzledan
They both contacted me to join my alliance in the latter stages and both contacted my allies, trying to lure them into their alliance when Wii was still with them. Desperate actions, but they did what they had to. Wii-Woon duel decided most of the endgame, unfortunate for them. Two horrible choices, I don’t really like these two games.
We’ve been in a personal alliance since the beginning, we always promised not to vote each other and tried to pull through together. I’m glad she survived the redemption duel because I knew she trusted me and I know I could trust her. She accepted the offer of being at least top 5, and then just took the immunity for herself. I tried to give her one last chance voting myself, but it obviously wasn’t enough. Well played, and I’m glad she was on my side.