Well, Valve has been nice as usual and released the pretty lovely Team Fortress 2 for free. PC Gamer on the other hand have been most understanding and swiftly provided us newbies with The noob’s guide to Team Fortress 2. For a ton more guides and info I've also been looking around the Team Fortress 2 Fort. See you online luvs!
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Quake Live, essentially a free online version of the venerable Quake III, is the only multiplayer FPS I ever (and -shockingly- still) enjoyed. I am even decent at the thing. Then again, the fact that its ranking works rather well is rather helpful, though I do believe these links should come in handy; especially for the more dedicated of fraggers:
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Terraria is a deep and beautiful game, but also a game on can lose oneself in. Feeling a bit lost at the beginning isn't particularly uncommon either, and that why this excellent Terraria Beginner's Guide by PC Gamer should come in very handy indeed.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy was one of Infocom's funniest and most difficult adventures. It also was one of the few games created by the late and great Douglas Adams, and you can play it -for free- online here. Truth be said though you will have to use a walkthrough or at least a digital version of Infocom's original InvisiClues. Oh, and here's the walkthrough.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
The Longest Journey, either the last great adventure of the classic era or the first truly brilliant one of the line of modern point-and-clickers, remains a long, magical, unique, smart and downright breathtaking experience. To help you further enjoy it, here is the ultimate list of TLJ walkthrough and hints:
Friday, June 10, 2011
Though I'm a rather huge a fan of text-adventures/interactive fiction I must admit that the Zork game I enjoyed the most was the final ever released: Zork the Grand Inquisitor. It might be of a graphical point-and-click nature, but it's brilliantly written, hilariously funny, and -yes- actually challenging, though in a (mostly) fair way. To help you reach its finale I can't help but suggest you have a look at either this or this walkthrough. Better yet, why not try the excellent UHS hints for the thing?
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Syberia might not be the best adventure game ever, but it remains a highly polished, beautiful and very interesting genre offering even not particularly hardened adventurers will enjoy. Here are the excellent UHS hints to help you, and you can also use the Gameboomers walkthrough, the Adventure Lantern walkthrough and the JA+ walktrough.