Have you suddenly found yourself with more free time then usual? Well, not to worry! You can do a number of interesting, gaming related things! Find a few suggestions below, but first...
Stay at home! Seriously!
There are some serious things going on in the world right now, with the coronavirus having visited practically every corner of the world. The best thing we can do to prevent it from spreading faster is not going out unless you have to. This especially goes for those who may be more susceptible to falling ill, like our parents/grandparents, and anyone whose immune system is weakened for any reason. Also, wash your hands often and slowly, especially if you just returned from somewhere and came in contact with something that has been touched by a lot of other people. Listen to any instructions given to you by your local authorities, and most important of all... Stay safe! Now, on to some things you can do to pass the time!
Remember Undead Assault? The game in which you and your friends can take on massive zombie hoards? The game went down some time ago. But, thanks to a fellow Russian community chipping in, it's back and it's bigger than ever, and it's only going to get bigger!
Its return was announced a few days ago. The game was due to have an international release this Friday, but the developer has decided to put it out early!
If you don't know what this is all about, have a look at its database entry linked to above, where you can find more information and download links. Happy shooting!
If fast-paced shooting is too much for you, then perhaps you'd like to go on a quest? Well, the developers of Twilio Quest have began to add additional accessibility to their game, which you can read about in the forum thread linked above. What is Twilio Quest? Think traditional JRPG, but instead of battles you get to learn how to code. So who knows, you might learn something while playing this one!
If the idea of coding makes your mind shrink away, but you'd still like to go on a quest, then how about a Blind Quest instead? From the developers that brought us the inquisitor series among others, take control of Nathan the mercenary, whose just trying to make a living by taking extremely dangerous jobs involving a lot of fighting, exploration and side questing. The game is fully voice acted, has some graphics for those who can enjoy them, is available on Windows, Mac and iOS and costs only 5.90 euros.
While we're on the topic of quests, Planet Life, probably one of the more unique combination idle clicker+RPG games has recently received its third chapter, giving us even more to do. If you beat the first 2 and were disappointed and how it ended, now may be a good time to beat up some more jerks and look at the game again. If you have never played Planet Life, Dark has written an excellent description linked above, though if you want to be even more amazed I would suggest just grabbing it from either the iOS app store or Google Play, or playing on the web version (links in the database entry) and experiencing it for yourself. I don't think you'll be disappointed!
And that's not all! We also had a new Pong game come out, featuring some rich, binaural audio from the developers of the epic upcoming Pitch Black, as well as a number of new discoveries of awesome idle games. You can read about all of these and more in the new releases room of our forum as well as looking through the site update news entries, which you can see below this post. With more regular updates, you can expect more awesome content to play through in the near future!