So #Tangledeep is a really dope roguelike and you should definitely check it out. <3
Why is it 'blueberry' and 'blackberry' but not 'redberry' (strawberry) and 'pinkberry' (raspberry)?
So girlfriend has been wanting to get more into #GAMING and I realized that I have been neglecting my Nintendo 3DS because I'm all up in my Switch.
So I'm gifting her all my old games. She has so much to look forward to.
There must be something about getting old and appreciating things that you never would have previously.
I'm always interested in #GAMING and I find myself gravitating towards games that have simple mechanics and repetitiveness.
Roguelikes are so my brand of gaming now. Games like: Downwell, Darkest Dungeon, Binding of Isaac, Into the Breach, Enter the Gungeon, Dead Cells.
I'm really loving how a game I had purchased and forgotten about from a year ago is now something I'm diving head first into. #GONNER is this lovely shiny thing and it's surprised me with its complexity and I'm truly enjoying my time with it.
Playing a game (is it a roguelike OF COURSE IT IS) called #GONNER, it's like if Spelunky and Binding of Isaac had a weird child that was super into painting. Definitely scratches that replayability itch. It's a little bit obtuse in it's story but I'm learning to read it's language.
There's also something super biological about #GONNER, the art style is so fluid and it feels like I'm cellular in a way.
Actually now that I think about it, #GONNER is more Spelunky and Risk of Rain with a dash of Binding of Isaac.
Oxford scientists successfully recreated a "Draupner wave" in the lab