Botanicula

Botanicula follows the adventure of five botanical creatures (named Mr. Lantern, Mr. Twig, Mr. Poppy Head, Mr. Feather and Mrs. Mushroom) that are trying to save the last seed of their home tree from evil parasitic creatures that have infested their home. Like the previous games from Amanita Design, Botanicula follows the same scheme of gameplay where the player controls a protagonist (or multiple protagonists) while exploring the environment, solving puzzles and collecting items that are required for the obstacles that come in their way. The player is able to interact with other creatures and find easter eggs that are present in the lush environment.

A few minutes of gameplay from the great point ‘n click game Botanicula:

Machinarium

The goal of Machinarium is to solve a series of puzzles and brain teasers. The puzzles are linked together by an overworld consisting of a traditional “point and click” adventure story. The overworld’s most radical departure is that only objects within the player character’s reach can be clicked on. Machinarium is notable in that it contains no dialogue, spoken or written, and apart from a few tutorial prompts on the first screen, is devoid of understandable language entirely. The game instead uses a system of animated thought bubbles. Easter egg back story scenes in the same format can only be revealed by idling in certain areas. The game employs a two-tier hint system. Once per level, the player can receive a hint, which becomes increasingly vague as the game progresses. Machinarium also comes with a walkthrough, that can be accessed at any time by playing a minigame. As with dialogue, the walkthrough is not in written or spoken form, but instead a series of sketches describing the puzzle at hand and its solution. However, the walkthrough only reveals what must be done in that area, and not how that puzzle relates to the game chronology.

The Walking Dead: Episode 1 – A New Day

The Walking Dead is an episodic action adventure video game based on Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic book series for iOS, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was developed by Telltale Games. The Walking Dead was planned to be released in the last months of 2011 but due to the production and development of the project, the game was delayed to until early 2012. The game will consist of five episodes, with the first episode released in April 2012 across all platforms with the exception of the iOS version. Kirkman has said that, unlike typical zombie games such as Left 4 Dead, it will focus more on characterization and emotion than action. The game features cross-genre of both adventure and action with some role-playing elements, in which, like in the previous Telltale titles, the player must make use of inventory items and environment, however, unlike in them, the played characters will have limited time to do so and could die in the process. The game is told from the point of view of a new character named Lee Everett, who will be the only controllable character in the game. Lee will however be able to interact with the other survivors and his actions will influence the plot in particular ways (like, for example, at some point Lee will have to choose whom to save from the dead, and therefore by letting the other individual perish, some of the game plot will change, while other parts will remain unchanged). In addition, some characters from the original comic book series have been confirmed to make appearances in-game, including Hershel Greene and Glenn. Players will be able to meet them before the plot in the comic book begins to take place.

MUD fia Motocross World Championship – gameplay

MUD fia Motocross World Championship is a awesome motocross racing game. You have various racing options like a quickrace, a full championship, career mode, trick battles. It can be played as single player and as multiplayer. The graphics are great and it’s just a game that can give you lots of fun if you love racing! I’ve played the game for a while now.. i still suck in racing as you can see in the gameplay video, but don’t worry i will learn it 🙂 This game can give you hours and hours of fun, so it’s worth buying it. It’s one of the best motocross games i’ve seen.

Saints row the third – gameplay

Saints row the third

Gameplay Saints Row: The Third retains the blend of an action-adventure in an open world, urban warfare format that is traditional in the Saints Row series. The player, as the leader of the Third Street Saints, can explore the new city of Steelport, performing main missions that progress the game’s story, and side missions. These side missions include Activities, minigames, Strongholds, rival gang bases that can be taken over to control a section of Steelport and Flashpoints, on-the-spot gang warfare. Successful completion of missions can earn the player in-game money, weapons, cars, and gang respect. The Third uses respect as experience points which grant levels, the highest level being 50, which in turn enable the player to spend money on improving specific attributes of their character, such as melee combat or firearms skills. The levelling system allows the player to purchase these attributes, or ‘perks’, each time the player character is leveled-up, with the various attributes requiring a certain level before purchase is possible. Money can also be used to purchase clothing items, weapons and cars, or may be used to upgrade weapons and cars, such as adding scopes or extra barrels to a weapon, which are then stored in the player’s arsenal. Finally, money can be used to upgrade the Saints gang, customizing their appearance, outfits, and headquarters. The “Initiation Station” system allows players to upload their character creations to The Third’s online community, and download other players’ creations to use with their save game. Within The Third, the player can set up to four different appearances for their gang. Finally, money is also used to purchase shops and other properties within Steelport, which will provide a steady stream of hourly income, in game, for the gang over time. While completing some missions, the player may be given a choice of options to finalize the mission. For example, the player has the option of using a gigantic bomb to demolish one of the enemy skyscrapers in the city; though they will gain a great deal of respect for the action, it will alter the city’s skyline for the rest of the game and cause non-player characters to react differently to the player, while leaving the building standing allows it to be used as a headquarters for the Saints. New Activities have been introduced alongside many from previous Saints Row games, while others, such as Fight Club, are absent. The player’s arsenal is presented as a pop-up compass through which weapons are equipped with the analog stick. Novelty weapons are introduced alongside the traditional arsenal of handguns and automatic weapons. Players will gain the ability to call down airstrikes on encamped enemies, or to use a remote control electric bug to control vehicles remotely. Unlike the first two games, there are no health recovery items in favor of improving the grenade throwing system; in exchange, the player’s health will regenerate at a faster rate as long as they stay out of the line of fire. Nearly all actions in the game can be sped up by holding down a second controller button, dubbed by Volition as the “awesome button”; for example, when carjacking, holding down this button will cause the player character to missile-kick the driver out of the seat in short order. In addition to the single-player mode, the game can be played co-operatively with another player. As in Saints Row 2, the second player can participate in all missions and activities, earning credit for their completion. Certain activities provide different rules when a second player is present; for example, in the Tiger Escort activity, the second player will have to control the tiger in the backseat while the first player drives. Because of their focus on the single player and co-operative experience, Volition has removed the unpopular competitive multiplayer from the title. Co-op features require an online pass.

Tropico 4 gameplay

Tropico 4 Tropico 4 is a video game developed by Haemimont Games and published by Kalypso Media. It is a construction and management simulation video game, which focuses around a city building simulation. Like the first and third game in the series, the game centers on a customizable main character by the title of “El Presidente” – the dictator that runs the island banana republic. Gameplay Islands The game has 10 maps, but you can make your own island by choosing “Random Island”. Upon choosing random island, you may customize the size of the island, vegetation, mineral deposits, and elevation, as well as other game parameters. There are various expansion packs which will also give you more islands. Character Creator After you choose the island, you may choose the avatar. You can make your own avatar. In customize characters, you may choose: gender, costumes, skin tone, hat, hairstyle, accessories, mustache, beard, earrings, traits, quality, and rise of power. After completing one mission, your current traits will level up. Main View The following elements are visible in the main view: minimap, population, happiness, current date, speed controls, menu button, HUD buttons, overlays, edicts, Select Avatar, almanac, task. Tropico 4 uses a standard point-and-click interface. Gameplay Campaign Game’s campaign comprises of 20 missions on 10 different maps. They start out with the main character, “El Presidente,” having seized control of a certain island. Imports can be monitored as well as exports (whereas the previous games in the series only allowed for coverage on exports). Tropico 4 includes more superpowers.[2] A council of ministers exists which the player can consult on a range of different issues. The player will have to deal with natural disasters and the demands of different political factions each with their own ideological outlook. A Steam only version will be made which includes another island for sandbox mode and another pair of clothes for your Custom El Presidente. It is set to come out for purchase 1 day after the release date. In the new game, there will be 20 new buildings including a shopping mall. Gameplay video: