Now.. I've played Gemcraft before. Gemcraft Labyrinth to be precise. I actually beat it! But recently when I went back to the game, I found that my save file was gone :O
After 6 grueling hours... I finally beat it! My tactic - I made a Yellow-Orange-Lime gem (with equal components). For those of you who don't know Gemcraft at all, yellow gems do multiple damage, orange inflict mana drain on enemies and lime is multiple hits. So combining the three gives you a pretty amazing gem! I made three of these and places one at each entry point of the map. By the time my gems reached level 16 or so, I continued leveling them up with just yellow gems to that the cost was lower and so the multiple damage percentage would increase faster.
This is probably going over your heads if you don't know the game. Sorry! As I beat the 1337th wave, I took screenshots... You probably can't see the pics unless you open them in new tabs. But the gems I had at the end had between 29541-111028 Damage plus 100% Chance To Deal 451x Damage, 100% Chance to Hit 23 Targets and 41.9*35.7 Mana Gain Per Hit. Over the 1337 waves, I dealt 36,127,283,765,148 damage to enemies! That's 36 trillion damage!!! :O
As you can tell, I love my numbers ^_^ And I love Gemcraft!!
Ah the lovely Minecraft... I got back into this game about 5 days ago. But I haven't sunk as much time into this yet as I normally do. I did find a fantastic world though (the seed is -7783329577781891563). You spawn in a field with loads of sheep. There's a desert nearby, as well as some marshland. There's a Village on the edge of the desert with 3-4 houses and wheat, carrot and potato farms. There's also a ravine very close to the spawn point too!! This is all I've found so far, and I've just started to build my house up properly. So there's so much more to discover. If you're looking for a Minecraft seed to try, give this one a go and let me know how you get on :D
As of yet, I don't have any screenshots because I have nothing really done in the world.. Right now I'm constructing a house with a storage basement underneath and farm nearby. It'll be a lot of work because of the supplies I need to get such as wood (why are there different colours of wood now??). But be warned, there will be screenshots in the future ^_^
3. The World Ends With You
Have you heard of this game? It's a Nintendo DS game. I started playing this in my first year of college on my r4 but never finished it. I bought the game a couple of weeks back and it finally arrived last weekend. I loved the concept of the game - combat takes place on both screen of the Nintendo DS. You play with pins which have different abilities (psychs) and your partner has their own abilities. You fight 'Noise' and try to win a 'game' that you're in that takes place over 7 days. On each day, you have to complete a mission or else you face being 'erased by the noise' which means game over!! I can't really explain it anymore, but it's fantastic!
It has a brilliant story, and great replay value (so I'm told, because I haven't beaten it yet). The combat is hard to master but is really great when you get into it. The pins you play with can evolve into stronger pins. Some can't evolve but those that can can evolve through different types of experience. Here's the pin evolution chart if you ever need it... It has all the pin evolutions on it so it's a players bread and butter ^_^ If you ever get a chance to play the game, do play it! It's a bit old at this stage but it's a fantastic game. I doubt you'll regret playing it.
So between these three games, my study month is going out the window. Exams are starting on May 1st :O That's next Wednesday :/ NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Time for some TWEWY :P
Buh bye :)