Month: February 2020

Antrim Escape 3

Antrim Escape 3 picks up where the second game left off. You begin the game as Ethel, Ryan’s grandmother. You’re in the past, so she’s young. You soon meet up with Ryan and Emma, since they were sent to the past in the previous games. Like Antrim Escape 2, the third game features Team Tactics. This means that at some point in the game, you have control over two different characters and two different inventories. You have to pass things from one to the other to get them to join up and mix their inventories.

Antrim Escape 3 offers plenty of challenging puzzles for fans of the room escape genre. While it doesn’t utilize any of the tilt or shake controls like the first two installments, there is still plenty here to keep you entertained.

The graphics in Antrim Escape 3 are gorgeous and full of details. You won’t have to guess at any point what you’re looking at. The controls are also very responsive and intuitive. Like any room escape game, you tap items to pick them up and to interact with your surroundings.

The new Christmas Hidden Object Adventure adds even more fun, whether you’ve played the game before or are new to the series. This game is played alongside the main storyline, and has you collecting Christmas-themed items like reindeer and gingerbread men. If you manage to collect them all, you’ll get a little surprise at the end.

What makes Antrim Escape 3 so great is its challenging puzzles. But sometimes you might get stuck and need help. If you do, here are some tips to help you out:

  • For the stones puzzle, look at the spiral on the mask for hint of the order of the stones.
  • When you go outside in the snow, some things could be covered in snow! Tap the snow to move it and reveal the objects underneath.
  • For the Christmas game, sometimes you can’t access an item until something from the main game is moved. Make sure to check in and under everything, especially after making any changes to the room.

About Non-Online Slots Jackpots

Progressive video poker is very popular in the online casino world. Since the gameplay is very simple, developers can easily attach a progressive jackpot to these games. The jackpot rules differ between each variation of video poker, but the common denominator is that the highest paying hand awards the progressive jackpot. Regardless of whether you’re playing Jacks or Better or Deuces Wild progressive video poker, the jackpot will always pay out to the player who hits the Royal Flush.

You can also play progressive table games like blackjack and roulette. The rules for winning the jackpot in these type of progressive games are very specific, and players must place a jackpot side bet in order to qualify for the prize. If they meet the qualifications for the jackpot but have not placed the side bet, then they lose out. In progressive roulette, the jackpot is awarded when the same number is hit five times in a row. In progressive blackjack, the jackpot is awarded when four red aces or four black aces are the first cards dealt.

You will find that many bingo games are equipped with progressive jackpots, as well. These games accumulate their prizes from the cost of each player’s cards. The jackpot is awarded to the player who wins a Full House within the first 20 calls. In some cases, there is a community jackpot, which awards every other player in the game with a smaller portion of the jackpot prize.

Bad beat jackpots are common in the online poker world. Unlike most other progressive prizes, these jackpots award cash to the losing player. If you’re unfamiliar with a ‘bad beat’, this is a situation that occurs in a poker game when a player with a what is thought to be a winning hand (e.g. a straight) is beaten by an even better hand (e.g. a flush). Most bad beat jackpots are awarded when a player with four-of-a-kind 8s or higher is beaten by any better hand. The losing player wins the progressive jackpot, and all other players at the table receive a small portion of the prize.

Final Fight iOS Game

There are six stages to complete. The Mad Gear Gang is at it again and the arcade action is just as exciting as ever. You will kill a lot of enemies and enjoy every bit of it. If you played the first game, then you will remember the excitement that rushed through your veins. But how many old gamers are still around? For the new crowd Final Fight will seem like a new release and the game can’t depend on its predecessor for glory. Six stages aren’t much and the lack of content is disappointing. It takes about an hour and a half to complete the entire game. This means you will be playing it over and over trying to improve your scores. Eventually the game will become mundane and boring and within a week it will be forgotten never to resurface again. This is no way for a classic to die. Capcom could have included a lot more stages and added many more thrills to the game.

Final Fight is a fabulous fighting game and beating the bad guys makes you seem like a hero. The first edition 21 years ago was never the best arcade fighting game, but its sheer gameplay and fabulous story made it a sure winner. The new one follows closely on its heels, but lacks depth and content that will only disappoint eager gamers. This is a serious flaw and only old timers who enjoyed the very first edition will want to relive the past and give Final Fight another look and may not mind the limited content. New gamers will simply toss it aside without a second thought. There are plenty of other fighting arcade games with a lot more content and endless levels that give you more fun for your buck.

Regardless of the limited content in Final Fight iOS, the controls are smooth and easy to use. The graphics and artwork are of high quality and the look and feel of the game is beautiful. Battle Circuit and Captain Commando also released by Capcom are another two games very similar to Final Fight but they are enriched with special features and content that makes them far more lucrative than Final Fight.

Free-To-Play Strategy Games

These types of games offer players a platform to experience challenging, in-depth, user-friendly games with long-term playability. Some free-to-play strategy games requires download while others require no download and allow the gamer to play in the convenience of their browser. This interaction has allowed players to connect with other gamers around the globe.

There are many advantages of playing free-to-play strategy games. What could be more appealing than the strategy games being free-to-use and offering the same advantages as store bought games? Nothing comes to mind!

Check out the different types of strategy games below:

  • Music, Rhythm, and Dance: These games involve music, rhythm, and dance for the musical art lovers.
  • First-person shooter: Emphasizing tactic skills, first-person shooter games typical consist of team-based combat in a persistent world. The player’s tactic skills will enhance the gamer in combat.
  • Real-time: Gamers conquer lands and sky as leaders in historical, fantasy, or sci-fi themed worlds. The worlds continue to develop in a persistent world setting.
  • Turn-based: Players take turns making plays to reach a battle resolution. The clock is ticking as the gamers race to conquer over other players.
    Bulletin board role-playing strategy games: These games include a large amount of text, descriptions, and occasionally images.
  • Simulations: These games are geared towards making the player’s experience resemble real life. Whether it’s behind the wheel of a battle tank during war or in a spaceship as it prepares for takeoff, the player feels enthralled.
  • Social: Hence the name “social strategy games”, the games main focus is socialization. Gamers are able to connect from around the globe and connect on a social level via the gaming platform. These games typically resemble real life scenarios.
  • Casual: These games are appealing to a wide range of players due to their lack of time commitment and ease of use. These games are usual include table-game elements.
  • Example of games:bTravian is one of the first free online browser games that appeared on the internet. It offers a fun to play environment set in Roman times. It includes city building, controlling economics, map based war fare and team based play.

Catrap Game

Blinx: The Time Sweeper, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Braid have all included a modern version of this time rewinding and the idea has become very popular. Many people would love to erase their mistakes. You mess up badly and then simply rewind the game to a point before you messed up and have another opportunity to try again. Catrap was the very first game to include this hidden gem of time and now gamers all over the world are finding it a favorite feature once again. This is a fantastic way to play a game and going back in time is an unforgettable experience.

In Catrap, two kids called Catboy and Catgirl are trapped in an underground facility and must negotiate 100 puzzle rooms filled with monsters. Once they escape they are restored to human form. To vanquish the monsters you need to touch them, but they are not easily accessible. You have to break through concrete walls, climb up dodgy ladders, move obstacles out of the way and many more.

During the first few chambers the task seems easy, but as you progress the difficulty level is enhanced and you have to explore every part of your brain to painfully proceed with your quest. It’s a brain boggling puzzle from the past and if you were around in the 80s and 90s you may even have played the original game back then.

Modern puzzles force you to lose a life or restart from where you died, but this one allows you to go back to the exact point before you made the error. This is a very convenient feature and a lot of frustration is avoided which makes the game so loveable. Sometimes you need to try a number of different strategies before you get it right. Being able to rewind the game is a refreshing experience, instead of playing all over again.

The revival of Catrap is a nice reminder that old technologies are not totally forgotten and reminds us that there are many more gems out there that we may still enjoy. Catrap is a fantastic trip back to the past and playing it again will provide you plenty of fun and entertainment.

Become A Videogame Tester

If you are reading this article you are probably looking for or are interested in become a videogame tester. I am going to tell you how I got started as well as the pros and cons of testing video games.

I was in my 3rd year of my civil engineering degree when I started my career as a videogames tester, and for those of you that don’t know, civil engineering students have very limited spare/free time for pretty much anything. So my options workwise were extremely limited. A friend of mine recommended becoming a videogame tester (knowing how much I enjoyed my gaming), he had started up as a videogames tester a couple of months before mentioning this idea to me and had only good things to say about his experience thus far. Me being the cautious/need all the facts kind of guy that I am started doing some research and within a couple of hours was convinced that this is something I would really enjoy doing. It took me a couple of hours to lookup all the necessary research but I am writing this article in an effort to try and help you guys cut out all that research time.

The pros of becoming a videogame tester for me where:

  1. Getting paid to play games (no brainer with this one).
  2. Flexible working hours, you get to chose when, for how long and how frequently you would like to work (if you can even call playing games “working”).
  3. You are most likely one of the first people to get your hands on new material and games.
  4. There is no shitty boss telling you what to do and yelling in your in the whole day.
  5. You get paid to write reviews of the games you’ve played
  6. The more reviews you write the more your opinion matters to game manufacturers
  7. All videogame testers start off at the same level, so the more you play and the more experience you have the greater your stature will be within the game testing community.

I only managed to find one con of a videogame tester which is if you don’t work you don’t get paid which is fair enough, but I have to say that was never really a problem for me because whenever I could find that spare moment of time I would be playing videogames.

By the reading this article you are that bit closer to landing the most enjoyable/profitable job out there. The sooner you sign up the better, I always say “sooner rather than later”.

Becoming a videogames tester isn’t hard, I signed up through this website which is all you really need to do and you are on your way to being paid to play games. So all you need to do is clcik on the link below, follow the instructions and start gaming.

Park a Car in Crazy Valet

  • Step 1: Learn the basics in Grandma’s Rusty Box.
    In Grandma’s Rusty Box, you will be tasked to park a rusty green car. Take note of the basic controls so that you could easily navigate your car to the right direction. The basic rule is to prevent your car from bumping into other cars. If you fail this level then you will have to repeat your task until you can successfully park the car in its designated parking slot.
  • Step 2: Unlock the succeeding levels.
    In this game, you have to complete the first level before you can proceed to the next level. So if you fail in Level 1, you have to repeat that level until you earn at least 1 out of the 3 qualifying stars. The same rule applies for the other levels.
  • Step 3: Learn how to control the speed of your car.
    Always remember that Crazy Valet is a parking game not a racing game. It’s totally okay to speed up but don’t forget to slow down especially when you’re about to reach your destination.
  • Step 4: Follow the white and red arrows.
    These arrows will serve as your guide. The red arrow indicates a turning point while the white arrow represents a straight segment of the road. There are also other signs that you need to keep in mind such as the sign for “danger zone”. These hints are very useful especially when you don’t know where to go.
  • Step 5: Monitor your car’s damage meter.
    The damage meter will serve as an indicator as to how far your car can go. This will also give you an overview of your ability as a valet driver. If you keep on bumping your car on other objects including those walls, vehicles and boxes then you need to make sure that the extent of the damage won’t go as far as putting the damage meter to zero. If this happens then you won’t even get the chance to park your car into its parking zone.

Forza 4

Forza 4 is like top gear, except you are Clarkson crashing into other cars sending them into the gravel, you are Hammond drifting round the top gear track in a cloud of smoke and you are May when you turn all assists off and spin around in circles going nowhere but having a whale of a time. The characteristics of Forza 3 are here in bulk but have been given a major overhaul with new modes added into the mix including auto vista and kinect features.

Forza”s graphics are nothing short of beautiful. There new engine allows the car to be placed in the environment and show the reflections from the environment. Taking this from a car placed in a track to a car driven in a track. Its not only the cars graphics that have been improved the tracks have all undergone overhauls to make vistas look even more stunning. Married with the new auto vista mode which allows you to get up close and personal with some of the best looking cars whilst Jeremy talks or in some cases rants about them. There’s even Halos warthog.

Turn Tens decision to include top gear in this was brilliant. Jeremy lends his voice to auto vista whether it be slaging of cars or worshiping them and then there’s the top gear test track. This programme is watched by millions here in Britain and to allow them to drive around it as much as they like in the Kia C’eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed or whatever car you want, which is frankly awesome.

Though it does have its “problems” and when I say problems I don’t mean ones that affect your experience, and won’t affect you at all if this is your first Forza game. My “problem” is that there are very few new tracks in this game compared to Forza 3 which is a problem considering that’s were all the game takes place. However this is the only problem I have with this amazing game.

Reasons Console Gaming Is Dead

  • Development costs are prohibitively expensive
    • Indie game developers find the development costs of dev stations, licensing, certification and more to be a major barrier to entry
    • Dev kits can cost as much as $50k each
    • Console games typically cost $1 million or more to make
  • Gatekeepers are restrictive about what gets out
    • The Big 3 (Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft) are restrictive about what they’ll allow on their consoles
    • Rejection or delays can be very expensive
  • Player time commitment is expensive
    • Console games are about time commitment
    • In a tough economy, leisure time is a luxury
    • Pick up and play is a growing trend
  • Game consoles and games are pricey
    • Console units typically cost $300 and up
    • New games cost $60 with older titles priced between $20 and $50