Reviews by TheKnightOfNi
Why Was This Game Made Again?TheKnightOfNi | Feb. 2, 2013 | Review of Woodcutter Simulator
This is one of the strangest games that I have ever played, you start off on a woodcutting plant (is there a special name for them?) next to a plethora of strange farming equipment that I'm sure nobody had any clue what to do with it. You then set off into the woods to, you guessed it, cut trees. The game is repetitive, boring, graphically unstable (a stunning show of glitches occurred every time I played the game), and worst of all a waste of your ten dollars. Graphics: They are muddled, tending to make the world look like someone turned your camera out of focus Gameplay: Monotonous, boring, and absolutely pointless (remind me why this game was made) Controls: They work, I believe that they follow in the same vein of other simulator games, more specifically the "Farming Simulator" games Overall, the game is a waste of time and money. The only real value is being able to tell your friends that you have it.
Unforgiving, Psychotic, and Possibly the Best Platformer EverTheKnightOfNi | Feb. 2, 2013 | Review of Super Meat Boy
You are a piece of meat, a piece of meat who loves his girlfriend so much that he would be willing to travel through around 100 of the most difficult and unrelenting platform sections in a game to date... Crazy. Overall, the game is absolutely amazing, the graphics are cute and funny and the twisted platforming gameplay (at some points you can stick to walls and even float around) is super addictive. This one is a must buy for any causal or hardcore gamer with a penchant for puzzlingly difficult platforming.
Worth your time?TheKnightOfNi | Feb. 2, 2013 | Review of Clever Kids: Pirates
The "Clever Kids" series of games has basically taught my children all there is to know about mathematics, social-studies, and science. I am really pleased to say that my kids have really excelled in school, and I believe that it is almost entirely attributable to "Clever Kids". The only issue I have with the games is that they tend to be relatively short and somewhat repetitive. The games also tend to be on the more expensive end of the learning game spectrum.