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Posted by Spiritof

That thumbnail looks like Rorie.

Posted by HerbieBug

What did the pigs ever do to you, huh!? D:

Posted by DevinEJPage
Edited by steelerzfan101

I hereby nominate No More Table for Game Of The Year.

Posted by BoneChompski

Kingdom wasn't slowing down, your horse was exhausted.

Posted by ICantBeStopped

RPGs where the character and enemies don't animate to attack each other breaks the game for me.

Edited by mokotronics

@steelerzfan101 said:

I hereby nominate No More Table for Game Of The Year.

Yes. I'm hoping for a sequel called either: Send in the Caaar! or The Quarterback is toast!

Edited by BoneChompski

Jut got to the end and it's too bad Patrick's headset blocked the dance his Mom was doing in the door behind him. lol

Posted by ArbitraryWater

I backed Paper Sorcerer on Kickstarter and forgot that it was actually coming out soon, funnily enough.

Edited by fisk0

I backed Paper Sorcerer on Kickstarter and forgot that it was actually coming out soon, funnily enough.

I's been delayed so many times that not knowing of it's actual release is kinda understandable. The developer hasn't been all that active in posting updates either, last I saw was that he was about to launch the beta soon-ish, but it's good to see it shaping up, still looks like it could be great.

Posted by BisonHero

@bonechompski said:

Jut got to the end and it's too bad Patrick's headset blocked the dance his Mom was doing in the door behind him. lol

He said it was his brother (dressed as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle), but yes, that part was awesome and it's too bad we couldn't see his dance.

All the games this week were...weird. Paper Sorceror looked rad, though it was maybe a little text/RPG heavy compared to what Patrick is used to playing on this feature.

I really want to like Kingdoms, but at a certain point the AI of the little minions is just frustratingly bad? Like, as soon as you build outward from the center keep, you're boned, because the archers group themselves nonsensically, so even though you have like 20 archers, there are only 4-5 near your outer wall shooting at enemies. Also, once that outer wall obviously falls, A) you lose like a zillion dollars since the wall took a bunch of money to build, and B) you lose most or all of the money it took to convert those guys into your minions then give them a class. It seems like the only way to win is to just never expand, and only build the walls right by the keep, then just build a zillion archers and they'll all stay near the center.

As soon as you start to expand, you're just setting yourself up for a huge loss that you'll never recover from because the "economy" in that game is super strange (2 coins from the keep at sunrise for no obvious reason? I think guards can hold money for you that they get by killing bunnies, and you collect it from them when you touch them? worker minions can tend to crops, but crops take FOREVER and only earn you like 3 coins per harvest?).

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Edited by KyleBsure

that thumbnail looks like Bruce Campbell is happy that Bruce Willis go shot in the head.

Edited by bybeach

I just played One Last Dance for the Capitalist Pigs. It wasn't bad.I just simply DL'd it and did not see Pat's. A little surreal but it actually communicates pretty well. It's loosely based on Animal Farm...or maybe influenced a better term. The Matrix and some soft porn movie I don't know about is in there, also. I took to the art design. Basically adventure and puzzles.

Posted by Ghost_Cat

Damn, Paper Sorcerer has a pretty kicking soundtrack!

Edited by MEATBALL

The thing with this feature: Often the games don't actually seem "Worth Playing" but they're totally worth seeing Patrick play. :P

Posted by mattchops

Never let that horse rest.

Edited by MeatSim

Be right back, I am gonna go play Kingdom all day long.

Posted by cthomer5000

@spiritof said:

That thumbnail looks like Rorie.

Yeah, i came here to post the same thing.

Posted by RetroVirus

Damn, Paper Sorcerer looks rad.

Edited by GeekDown

Played and finished One Last Dance for the Capitalist Pigs. It's super short and the premise is good. I like the visuals but the fact that it basically has no sound makes it really boring to play. You can tell it's just one guy who made the game. So yeah, I though it was decent at least.

Edited by das9000

That table game is the funniest thing I've seen this week.

Edited by oueddy

A shame patrick didn't delve more into the final game, some interesting puzzle mechanics and reminded me of how much I enjoyed the simple art styles of gravity bone/30 flights. Kingdom suffered from some terrible AI as mentioned in previous comments and the ability to quite easily trap yourself with one bad run and have to F5 to have a chance of completing 10 days

Posted by Neon25

Could the chicken's name be Marx? As in Karl Marx, y'know.

Posted by elpurplemonkey

Anyone know who did the soundtrack for Paper Sorcerer? That music is so dope.