I have the dragonslayer version. I was not aware that an updated version had been released, let alone rewritten, since Dragonslayer's version was out way before BGT existed. Your version of Mario can be played *exclusively* with a braille display, no sound necessary? Did I understand that bit of your post correctly? If so, that sounds way too tedious and difficult to even bother, unless you just want to marry braille. Haha.
I will definitely grab your version. I'm assuming your version is in the DB. As for Pipe 2, you should definitely give it a try, unless you don't like fast-action games that can be potentially frustrating, so much so that sometimes you just have to leave and go do something else for a while. I'm like that as well concerning titles. I love to skim through things so titles definitely have to grab my interest before I investigate further. ...one last thing...that game set to be released on the 20th sounds awesome!
Ah, damn! I remember reading that in the documentation but promptly forgot about it. That is a little strange, though. Most games have a start screen where you select difficulty, character or what-have-you, then actual gameplay starts, so why not do this in castaways? Is this a programming limitation, or just a little twist you threw in to confuse people? LOL.
Thanks for the DB sorting tip! Just what I needed!
As for Entombed, I should have been more clear. I have no problem paying for games, especially not entombed because it is massive and so random, but part of the reason I bought it was that I expected updates to be released. The game does have a lot of replay value...for people other than me. I beat it twice. It took so much time, frustration etc. that after those two times, I do not want to play it again! LOL. That is an excellent price for a game of this caliber, though. To further illustrate this, I must add that I have put around $50 into Alter Aeon (not all at once of course) and even though I hardly ever play anymore, I don't consider the money wasted because I can keep everything I've gotten with actual cash no matter how long I am logged off for, except for my year of storage locker time, but I can always get that back if I decide to play full-time again.
Yay! Before my dad died, he was training to get his pilot's license. This was just after Windows ME came out, to give you an idea of how long ago this was. He was using a flight simulator, and my 11-year-old or so self thought that was just the coolest thing! I was of course very sad that, even with the better vision I had then, I could do next to nothing with the graphical simulator. The price on this one might be kind of hefty, I would expect, but I'll go check. I might be pleasantly surprised.
As for Road to Rage, it's a glorified Quake. No thank you! Who can like a game where, as soon as you connect, you just die and spawn, die and spawn, die and spawn. Boring! I do understand this is early beta, so I'll wait to play until I see more content. Although it still reminds me of not only Quake, but another mainstream online Multi-player FPS called simply, Guns. You just run around these graphical maps killing or being killed.
My opinions are my own. I try not to state them as facts and if I'm not sure about something, I do whatever research I can. I feel everyone should consider doing the same.