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Friday, May 30, 2008

Applicate ver.0

Applicate Ver.0A new game from the creator of the Grow series is out and it's called Applicate. Very short simple game of dropping apples. There's no directions, but it's not that hard to figure out.

The objective of each of the five levels is to get an apple eye guy (see the image... the apples with eyes in them are apple eye guys) to the door. Every time you click on an apple that is already on the screen, you take a bite out of it, dropping a new apple where the arrow is currently located. If you drop an apple on an uneaten apple, an apple eye guy will appear.

Keep in mind, he will always try walking to the right first. You may need to block his way to get him to turn around and go back to the doorway.

It sounds weird, but the graphics are as good as always. If you need any hints, ask below in the comments and I'll try to walk you through each level.

With only five levels, this is a short game to play if you're interested.

Play Applicate Ver.0 at eyezmaze.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Brute Wars

Brute WarsBrute Wars is a pretty good RPG game just released on kongregate. Pick your team of brutes (animals) making sure to balance your magical prowess as well as your brute force. Then get out there and conquer the castles in an attempt to reach mount Asio.

Really, the story line isn't all that exciting, nor is it all that pertinent to the game play.
Just put together the best team you can. You'll have to take into account several different factors to advance.

First, there's a front and a back line. Keep your power hitters up front, and your distance hitters in back. But if someone's taking a beating, it's helpful to have another power hitter to switch in for him.

You only get so many actions a turn, so replacing someone in the front line may use up all your actions for a turn. Later on in the game, you'll have more actions per turn to play with, making it easier to switch men in and out.

The gameplay is not intuitive, so read through the directions.

Magical spells are stronger if you have more of the same type of character (water, fire, brute, etc...) But it also makes it more likely you could go up against someone who's in a great position to hit you in your weak point. I liked to balance things out more.

You can replace some of your characters by getting to a shop and buying a randomizer. That's the only way to get shadow creatures. This option will not be available right away.

You can travel back over spots you've already fought for to engage in random battles and build up points to buy food, syringes (to wake up those dozing creatures -- they've been knocked out) and randomizers. You also need the points to buy the upgrades (treasure chests on the map).

Play Brute Wars at kongregate.