Hindsight 12/23/12

Back again for more, are you? Well then, this is another compiled list of games I've played, updated from November to December of 2012. I've gotten an iPhone, so I've played a couple of iOS games for the first time. Also, I'm going to include games that I left out of last post that I played this year. Let's start then:

Katawa Shoujo - Dabbled (I totally forgot, but this came out on the 4th of January. It feels so long ago that I thought that this came out last year. Anyway, I played Emi's route by letting fate guide my hand. Visual novels may not really be my thing, but the story was heartwarming. Though the sex scenes seemed sort of thrown in there and really just out of place in general. At least there's an option to turn those off.)

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode 3 - Beaten (I can't not include the whole name on there, or else it wouldn't be proper reference. I'm not entirely sure I liked where the art style went, especially since I was so accustomed to Mike Krahulik's art style, but I do think that the class systems were completely awesome. Final note, I like how the titles of these games have two colons.)

Angry Birds - Dabbled (Holy fuuuuu is this game big. I mean I've heard that lots of people like it, but I'm pretty sure this game alone is all the Angry Birds anyone needs for a lifetime. I did the first world and then I could take no more Angry Birds.)

Fruit Ninja - Dabbled (One can't really beat this game, but it is pretty dang fun. I cut the fruits, and then more come up from the bottom, and then I cut them too. And if I cut more than 2 in a row, I get extra points! And then the colored bananas fly out and they like, freeze the screen, or they make a fruit frenzy happen! Yeah man, this game is alright.)

Hotline Miami - Beaten (I have an individual post as to why this game is so awesome. For 10 US Dollars, it's a fair price for how good the game is.)

Rayman: Jungle Run - Near Completion (Man, I thought I almost got 100% completion on this thing, then they release free Christmas DLC levels. It's pretty good, but it can't compare to the actual console/PC game it is based off of. Mainly because you can't control where you run, all you can do is jump and punch. Still it's a good game.)

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Posted by ManiacalMech

Back again for more, are you? Well then, this is another compiled list of games I've played, updated from November to December of 2012. I've gotten an iPhone, so I've played a couple of iOS games for the first time. Also, I'm going to include games that I left out of last post that I played this year. Let's start then:

Katawa Shoujo - Dabbled (I totally forgot, but this came out on the 4th of January. It feels so long ago that I thought that this came out last year. Anyway, I played Emi's route by letting fate guide my hand. Visual novels may not really be my thing, but the story was heartwarming. Though the sex scenes seemed sort of thrown in there and really just out of place in general. At least there's an option to turn those off.)

Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode 3 - Beaten (I can't not include the whole name on there, or else it wouldn't be proper reference. I'm not entirely sure I liked where the art style went, especially since I was so accustomed to Mike Krahulik's art style, but I do think that the class systems were completely awesome. Final note, I like how the titles of these games have two colons.)

Angry Birds - Dabbled (Holy fuuuuu is this game big. I mean I've heard that lots of people like it, but I'm pretty sure this game alone is all the Angry Birds anyone needs for a lifetime. I did the first world and then I could take no more Angry Birds.)

Fruit Ninja - Dabbled (One can't really beat this game, but it is pretty dang fun. I cut the fruits, and then more come up from the bottom, and then I cut them too. And if I cut more than 2 in a row, I get extra points! And then the colored bananas fly out and they like, freeze the screen, or they make a fruit frenzy happen! Yeah man, this game is alright.)

Hotline Miami - Beaten (I have an individual post as to why this game is so awesome. For 10 US Dollars, it's a fair price for how good the game is.)

Rayman: Jungle Run - Near Completion (Man, I thought I almost got 100% completion on this thing, then they release free Christmas DLC levels. It's pretty good, but it can't compare to the actual console/PC game it is based off of. Mainly because you can't control where you run, all you can do is jump and punch. Still it's a good game.)