Friday, June 23, 2017

Dragon Fist 3


The 3rd version of Dragon Fist game has been published in Twoplayergames.org portal, occurred with "Kung Fu" fighting style that everyone likes. Are you ready for a hard struggle to be a champion with lightning-fast punches and kicks? You can use the most special "Kung Fu" martial arts techniques to beat and defuse your opponents. And also, special "Ninja" weapons will help you at the same time.

To play this game as 2 players, select "2 Player" section from the game menu. Analyze kung fu masters' attributes and select your favorite fighter. When the second player completes his selection, game I'll start immediately.

Game Controls:

1st Player (On the Left):
Movements Keys: W,A,S,D - Action Keys: T,Y,U
Special Hit: T+Y
Weapon Take Out: S+U

2nd Player (On the Right):
Movement Keys: Arrow Keys - Action Keys: 4,5,6 (Number Keypad)
Special Hit: 4+5
Weapon Take Out: Down Arrow Key + 6

Some question about Dragon Fist 3

What is the dragon fist 3 cheat code?
just type out "tao" on the menu and it unlocks everything that is needed.
How do Dragon Fist 3 Cheats to unlock the dragon style?
once you've unlocked the character editor you have to name your character tao.
Where are the dragon fist 3 cheats?
Dragon Fist 3 glitch
Are there cheats for dragon fist 3?
(master shaou, anything with shauo) you unlock all unlockable items!
How do you get all the special moves in dragon fist 3?
after you unlock the character editor, type in tao.
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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Palisades Guardian 3 introduction


Palisades Guardian 3 is the next sequel in the popular first person shooting defense game! Perfect your accuracy and earn coins to upgrade your skills and weapons. Defend against waves of mechanical enemies and hone your skills to defend and uphold your base. Extremely polished graphics, 9 different weapons, 9 different stages...can you win? Upgrade your skills and weapons in the post-game menu. Grab the old, trustworthy and precise rifle as that will be your first weapon for surviving the alien invasion! Blast brains of bugs, monsters, creepy aliens and other ugly creatures before they reach and destroy your base. Earn medals and use them to purchase better weapons, unlock new stages, purchase few bombs along with other defensive things. 
HOW TO PLAY
1. Click to shoot.
2. Spacebar to aim down your gun sight.

3. Power-Ups: Buy Power-Ups before you start a round, and then click the Power-Up icon in the top left of your screen. Select a target for your Power-Up if prompted.
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Thursday, June 8, 2017

2048: Top 7 tips, hints, and cheats to help you stack your way to a higher score!

2048 is a matching game where your job is to combine matching tiles to create larger numbered tiles. When there are no more moves left and the board is full, the game is over. If you want to get to the mythical 2048 tile, you'll have to think strategically and plan your moves carefully. Here are some tips and cheats on how to work your way up to a better score each and every time in 2048!

1. Understand how the board moves



In 2048 you only have 4 main gestures and they are up, down, left, and right. Every time you swipe, every tile on the board moves in that position as far as it possibly can. If multiple cards can combine at once, they will do so. Keep this in mind and understand how moves work before swiping a tile that may or may not end up where you thought it would.

2. Don't chase large tiles



Sometimes it's really hard to resist temptation and chase larger numbered tiles across the board in order to combine them. This almost always puts you in a worse position than a better one. Instead, focus on combining smaller tiles and worry less about a specific set of tiles. They'll almost always meet up at some point, or you end up making a tile that ends up right next to it.

3. Work your way towards the corners



Staying in the corners assures you have more of the main game board to bring in new tiles. I've found that keeping tiles grouped into the corners works the best. Bring new tiles into the middle area when you can and then you can swipe them to the corners in order to combine. Sometimes I start off in the upper left-hand corner but see an opportunity to make larger combos by moving the entire board to the bottom left or diagonal. Working in the corners makes a shift in strategy a lot easier.

4. Plan ahead



This somewhat goes along with my first tip, but seriously, plan ahead. Look at everything you have on the board and what bringing a 2 or 4 card in will do to change it. Perhaps you see a match right now but bringing a 2 down on the other side would create multiple matches in one move. That's what you want to do.

5. Slow down and think



Sometimes it's hard to tell what the absolute best move is, and if we don't make it, that's okay too. 2048 gives you lots of opportunities to recover from a bad move as long as you have empty spaces on the board to work with. If you really aren't sure what the best move is, re-evaluate where cards are on the board and whether or not you need to change their position before worrying about new cards.

6. Always make moves where multiple tiles merge first



If you come across an instance where you can merge multiple stacks of cards at once, take it. The more spaces you keep open on the board, the better flexibility you have when bringing in new cards and getting them where you want. With single moves you're basically replacing a card you stacked with a new one. When multiple cards can be combined, you're only bringing one new card onto the board but you're getting rid of more than one. And that's always a good thing.

7. Check out our tips for Threes!




If you like 2048, why not check out the game that "inspired" it, Threes! While Threes! and 2048 aren't played exactly the same way, they are very similar when it comes to gameplay strategy. Our very own Simon Sage put together a killer guide on Threes! a while back and a lot of his tips apply to 2048 as well, so be sure to check it out!

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Epic War 5 (Strategy)

I have a love-hate relationship with ArtLogic Games' Epic War series. In the games in the series, the player gathers different units for his/her army, train them up and then go beat the really-OMG-difficult-epic battles that are unlocked after completing the game. I really enjoyed figuring out how to beat those tough battles and when I eventually did, the feeling was satisfying.

Unfortunately, the battles themselves were tediously long. I usually found myself sleepy while playing. It was not just that the big bad boss-guy-thingy in the battle has insane amounts of HP. It was also that the battles tend to run slowly on my computer. I am not sure if it was because of a large number of units I have in the battle or if certain large units consume more computing resource.

The Epic War series is not for everyone. If you do enjoy figuring out how to solve problems, if you have patience and time, then the Epic War series is for you. Otherwise, consider paying the kid next door a few bucks to fight the actual battles for you while you focus on the fun parts of unit upgrading and backseat playing.

The latest in the Epic War series is Epic War 5: Hell's Gate. Note that the screenshots are from version 1.03. Updates may still upload later after this article is written.

Players will spend a lot of time on this interface unless the kid next door is hired.

Epic War 5 is similar to the other games in the series. The player has his/her hero and an army of units coming from the left. And the opposition has its army waiting to the right. The player's units are automatically trained and deployed over time but the player may order them forward or back (retreat!).

The difference this time is that the player has to protect his/her hero and beat up the target unit (usually it is the big boss) on the other side of the map. No need to protect the 'castle' this time. Instead, up to four buildings may be summoned (there are spells for that) to help. The opposition's buildings are already on the battlefield.

In addition to that, spells this time round are attached to the hero and the units. The player has access to whatever spells that the hero and/or the unit provides. Spells may be used to blast the battlefield or buff units. I noticed that only one buff may be active at one time. Casting a new buff cancels the old one.
After the battle.

Winning the battle awards Experience to the hero and each unit that participated, along with an Accessory. In addition to that, completing a level for the first time will usually unlock a new unit.

Selecting the Pokemon units for the next battle.

In between fights, the player may set up his/her army. The units to be deployed may be equipped with any Accessory won from previous battles. In addition to that, each unit may be improved with Experience, which is used to buy skills that add new spells or improve the unit's stats.
This is the core fun of the game: choosing the best setup to beat insanely tedious difficult battles.

Skills available.

The hero and each unit have a simple skill tree of three branches with three skills in each branch. The screenshot above pretty much explains how it works.

There are three heroes to choose from, each with different skills available and different stories. However, the fun part of the game is the epic battles unlocked after completing the story.

It also helps me sleep at night.

Help for the new player.

The game does provide decent help for players new to the series in the form of text hints. So the game is not too difficult to learn or play. It only starts to get difficult after the game is completed.

As stated earlier, not everyone may enjoy this game. It is fun developing each unit to see what they are capable of. And it is satisfying to beat a difficult level. The main drawback is the tediously long battles.
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Dragon Fist 3

The 3rd version of Dragon Fist game has been published in Twoplayergames.org portal, occurred with "Kung Fu" fighting style t...