Tuesday, November 4, 2008

My game

I seem to be spending a lot of game time lately developing a game I started a little while back. I don't have very much done of it, and I have a tendency to give up, but here is a demo of it. It's not got a title, but so far my idea is involving ways to make you think about how to beat the enemies. You control Mr. Saturn, and he is unable to kill any enemies on his own; you either have to try and relate to the game the enemy is from, or devise a new way yourself. Some may involve using the environment to your advantage, or perhaps gaining power-ups, or many other hopefully unique ideas I've not yet come up with. Enjoy the demo 1.0! Leave any feedback, please. If anyone does ever read this.

A screenshot of a game demo. Look fun? Hope so.

Mother 3 (ii)

I've played through some more. We've been trying to recover an egg Duster got, and so we went all this way to follow some weird clayman that went haywire, and then ended up in a rubbish truck, which I then had to follow. After an annoying boss with some junk man who kept healing himself, I've got the egg. I've now been driven to this lightening tower filled with enemies that I have trouble with and I can't run from, so I've given up for a bit. I seem kinda down about the game, but I still love it really.
Wario Ware Twisted came on Saturday, it's a brilliant game! The boss for 9-Volt is so awesome. Wario Ware games never fail to impress me.
Nothing more to say about games. I played DK Jungle Climber a bit more? Exciting.

It's such an awesome boss! It has three levels, too. Ahhh.

Here was a pointlessly tedious clayman collecting part I had to do. Ah well.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Mother 3

I've always found it interesting when watching people progress though a good game, so I'm going to blog through my progress of this fascinating game. Mother 3 is the third installment of the Earthbound/Mother series, a "Strange, Funny and Heartrending" (according to Wikipedia, that's the slogan for the games. News to me...) series developed by HAL Laboratory. It's so full of quirky charm, it is an RPG that really stands out to me. The slogan hits the nail on the head. Another interesting fact is Gamerankings, a site which takes averages of all big reviewer's scores for each game, scored Mother 3 higher than Final Fantasy VII. That's how good it is.

To summarise the plot in case you've not been through the game, yet for some reason want to read my journal through the game...
I've finished the first three chapters, and have just got to what seems like the start of the bulk of the adventure. The game started with Lucas and his family coming back from holiday, when the mother of the family, Hinawa, passes away, and Lucas' twin (Claus) has gone missing looking to avenge her death. Soon after, a race of soldiers known as 'Pig masks' are wrecking havoc. One commander is known at this time; Mr. Fassad. Lucas, Flint, a theif called Duster, a princess called Kumatora, a monkey rescued from Fassad known as Salsa and Lucas' dog, Boney go on their seperate ways to counter the evasion, and all meet at the end of chapter 3. Time has advanced three years and everyone has split up again. Now that brings us to Chapter 4.

Chapter 4, I am controlling Lucas. Everythings changed in 3 years, and everyone has these TV-like things known as Happy Boxes and Fassad is giving them to people. Also for some bizarre reason, Pig Masks are friendly. It's all rather odd. I've re-met with Kumatora and now we're looking for Duster; I'm stuck in the attic of a club looking for him. Loads of fucking enemies are attacking me in this place, it's really quite annoying. Worst thing is, they're often killing me too... guh.

That's Duster. He's got a big face.

Minus Duster, that's who's in my party at the moment. Fun picture.

Startin' Mah Blog

As of my first post, my title is Hyrule's Onett (edit 08/2011: I changed it because I thought it sounded a bit shit). I'm not sure why. I like the Mother series and the Zelda series? I'll probably end up blogging mostly about Nintendo games? I guess they're reason enough. I'll probably change the name when I've given it enough thought.

After a certain someone stuck a Master Sword (oh ho ho, c wut I did thar?) in my last effort of blogging, I'm gonna write it in an apathetic manner as though I'm talking to someone I've never met, but wants to know me and shares similar interests. I'm also perhaps going to overexplain everything. I like explaining things to people.

I talk to myself in my head enough; I have large chunks of life where I am thoroughly unstimulated. Being checkout monkey at B&Q for example. So why not jot down some of my less private thoughts on this? Huspag.

*sigh* reading back over, it still sounds declamatory. Ah well.