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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 18:42 
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Those blue shiny bits in the background - that's oxygen. The muddy brown stuff is CO2, and it all behaves as it should. Fucking game is great.

I want to build a pressurised air conditioning system but everyone keeps dying before I get it working


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 20:42 
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I found a natural gas geyser and was most excited to try out a natural gas generator. Free power! No constant mining of coal!

Excitedly, I told a dupe (that's what the little people are called) to dig through the wall. What I failed to consider is that this geyser had been venting into this sealed room for (presumably) thousands of years. When I checked, far too late, I noticed that there was 5KG of natural gas per game tile. The air mix outside wasn't that dense. At all.

Within minutes my entire base was full of suffocating orange gas, my dupes cowering in a corner next to some algae, unable to get to the water they needed to keep the algae alive.

Started that one again.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2020 10:31 
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Adore the idea behind this game from the creator of Jalopy, but it's hard to imagine Landlord's Super is going to be much fun to play.

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Landlord's Super is a first-person construction simulation set in Britain's murky midlands during the polarizing years of the 1980s. With the mines closed and unemployment sky-high, it's down to players to build their way out of poverty with hammer and spanner in hand. Mix cement, assemble scaffolding, order supplies and rebuild a community's hope brick-by-brick. Take odd jobs and explore abandoned homes or spend the day at the pub alongside a cast of local personalities and dodgy characters. Plan your actions in a living world around the time of day, major events, seasonal weather and your own wellbeing. Some days it's better to drink the day away than climb a scaffold in the rain.




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 Post subject: Re: The PC Gaming Topic
PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2021 21:11 
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What turn based Warhammer game should I get on my MacBook? I need something less addictive than CiV5.

I suspect the answer, though, is XCOM2

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I thought you said less addictive. But the answer is always XCOM2 (WotC, of course).

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 06, 2021 22:27 
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What turn based Warhammer game should I get on my MacBook? I need something less addictive than CiV5.

I suspect the answer, though, is XCOM2

You mention Civ 5. I install it, and 50 hours later, am ready to admit my error and move on.

Now what are you doing to me? Oh look, yes, I do own Xcom 2, and no, I have never opened it. Bye bye June.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2021 19:52 
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Cras wrote:
I thought you said less addictive. But the answer is always XCOM2 (WotC, of course).


Yay! It's on deal for £19 with expansions etc
Boo! MacBook spec too low.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 07, 2021 20:12 
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Get a 360

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