The Final Station, a 2D pixel graphics survival/adventure game published by tinyBuild is 67% off at the Humble Bundle Store. It will be $4.94 for the next 3 days and 20 hours and the key is redeemable on Steam.
It currently sits with a Very Positive rating on Steam with 84% giving it a thumbs up with over 2,000 reviews.
An apt day for a discount of a zombie game, the day after the father of modern zombies passed away.
If you’re not great at platformers, don’t worry, this game is gentle. Great story and easy accessibility. Worth the current sale price. I haven’t really played platformers in decades. Not since my original NES and I found I could play this without much trouble at all. So with a not too difficult challenge the story keeps you going as does the visuals. Love the graphics and setting. You play as a father who is searching desperately to find his daughter. Along the way you meet interesting characters, some of who are friendly and others who are not.
It took me around 6 hours to complete so you can finish it in with just a few game sessions. Will our protagonist find his daughter? Or will he find something else?
Should you buy this game? YES.
If you enjoy griefing or DayZ with Minecraft graphics, this game is for you. PvP is a griefers dream here. However PvE is a toxic wasteland as people still would rather grief than grind out to get their loot. Having hosted a PvE server on Easy it is amazing how awful this community is. Set the rules on the server for no griefing, hard time finding adult admins to police the server and players just want to grief. You could slay a hundred a day and it would make no difference. Endless supply of griefers. Continue reading
Humble Bundle is giving away free copies of Tripwire’s popular Killing Floor co-op first person shooter and also have put Killing Floor 2 on sale for 50% off ($14.99), the Digital Deluxe Edition is also 50% off ($19.99) with the Digital Deluxe Upgrade going for 50% off as well ($5.00). These are the same prices currently available on Steam during their Steam Summer Sale. Good timing as Killing Floor 2 is currently undergoing it’s Summer Sideshow Event. Continue reading
Since I played this game, it is no longer available to purchase on Steam due to the author buying reviews. The game was pretty awful. Repetitive music, horrible control scheme and gets boring after a half minute. If it’s in your Steam library just get the cards and convert them to gems. Don’t spend anymore time than that on it.