Recent posts by ds_914 on Kongregate

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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

This is a defense shooter game.
I’m in the center, and enemies would come from all directions. I would use different types of arrows to defend my fortress, which is flying. The arrows included gravity arrow (or lead arrow, I’m not sure which), which would make the enemy heavier and fall.
There were bosses every few levels.
There were two ways to shoot: dragging and clicking. Clicking method was for people with keypads on laptops.

 
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Topic: BattleCry / Money grinding 1000gold/min

Since I don’t have Deflagration Scale, (as do many, I believe) I came up with my own alternative.
At the very front, have 2 rows of pikemen with damage 3 or more. Cheapest pike has 1 damage, and you’ll get a free flag during the first act, so this would not be very difficult.
The battle ends almost instantly for me, although there is a lot of clicking involved.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by Kinglet:

I want to remember a game I played a few years ago. It was very simple: You began as a creature (I believe it was a bird), flying through the sky doing something to get “points” (they were useless, just to keep the player entertained). Throughout the whole game some amazing music played, which I want to hear again. Every now and then you morphed into a different creature, and into a different landscape. I tried searching things like “bird,” “music,” and “migration” but got nothing. Can anyone help me?

http://www.kongregate.com/games/HotAirRaccoon/endless-migration
This may be it.
You can use your points to buy upgrades, so I’m not sure if this is right.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by ds_914:

It was a war game, I’m not sure if it was on Kong or not.
It used a real map (so no tiles) so you could move your units regardless of the borderlines.
You could produce land, air, and sea units.

There was something like “Commander style,” which gave you bonuses and penalties.
You could conquer cities, which gave small income.
When you conquered a certain set of cities, you got more income.

For ground forces, you could have infantry and tank, but you could unlock more by spending points. you could produce marines (and maybe some more) later.
For navy, you could produce destroyer and troop transport, and later U-boat.
For air force, you could produce fighter and bomber, and later some drone that has a long range.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by felipe970421:

You had to fin a star on each level, the level menu was a grid, the lower and the rightmost levels were locked, if you cleared a row of levels it unlocked the one to the right, and if you cleared a column it unlocked the level below it, it was in grayscale, it is a series

I think it’s called Hoshi Saga series.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

It was a war game, I’m not sure if it was on Kong or not.
It used a real map (so no tiles) so you could move your units regardless of the borderlines.
You could produce land, air, and sea units.

There was something like “Commander style,” which gave you bonuses and penalties.
You could conquer cities, which gave small income.
When you conquered a certain set of cities, you got more income.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / Scariest Games on Kongregate

Originally posted by pika493:

Don’t Sh*t Your Pants

That is the true fearsome game.

I know you said “in Kongregate,” but why not try Slender? It’s free, it’s popular, it’s creepy, and it’s unity-based.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / feudalism 3

I think there should be less bandits attacking you if you have a huge army.
Seriously, everyone probably knows how annoying it is to battle two people with an army.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / What is a ninja?

Ninjas were rebels fighting Samurais.
They used improvised weaponry, since they don’t have enough money to make their own special weapon.

Batman and the Assassins have this arsenal of super-weapons, so I wouldn’t consider them as ninjas. Maybe if ninjas had more money to spare, maybe it would look something like those?

 
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Topic: General Gaming / Any decent online RPGs to recommend?

I’m playing Conclave.
It’s a TRPG-inspired game, so you might not find it fun if you aren’t familiar with it. I’ll just give you the link just in case.
http://www.playconclave.com/

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by a3lex33:

Can you help me to remember one game? In the game there was space and 2 huge teams of spaceships/colonys. You start game at the home space base and had some missions. Sometimes you could upgrade your ship. There were different kind of missions, in some of them you needed to help ally, in some you was needed to assasinate someones spaceship. The map was really huge. In the game you acted like a freelancer, not like army man. Lastly, i cant remember if was everything computer generated or real people were playing too, so the game might be an online one. Someone help?

I think it’s called Void, although it has 4 factions, unlike your description. It’s fully computer generated, and I heard there is a sequel in work.

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

Originally posted by KanotiS:

I saw the gameplay video on youtube, but the video didn’t mention the name of game.
Around 1:35 of this video

I think the first game is qwop, although it’s made in 2d flash, not in unity.
No idea about the second game!

 
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Topic: General Gaming / The "What was that game called?" Thread

I remember a game where you have to escape from some kind of dungeon-cave thing. It’s a platformer, and the character is a white head. You can jump or walk around, and also you could teleport close to your location if you have enough energy. Blue crystals replenish your energy. There are missiles, and it was based on an old game.