Behind the activation code entry app.
It’s cool because it’s big enough to be used as an actual shield as well.
Resulting in even more publicity for this game. Well played whoever you are.
It scales really well. By the time you finally beat one level they make you feel just confident to think you can do the next.
There’s six levels total. You have to beat the first 3 to unlock the last 3. The sixth levels below and it gives you an ending when you get to 60 seconds.
Yea, Shattered Memories was decent, but still no SH 2 or 3.
Picked up Silent Hill: Downpour for $20. Heard a lot of mixed things about it, but I haven’t played a survival horror game in a while so I’m looking forward to it.
I beat the last level of Super Hexagon last night. It’s over, you guys. I can play a new game now.
Well, clearly the correct thing to do is hire him again. Then let him quit. Then purchase his new company. Fire him. And then hire him. Fin.
That’s so far from my point I cannot even see your comment.
I know, right? And what’s the deal with poor people? It’s like, I have money. Why are they complaining?
“Remember Resident Evil 6?” is my favorite weapon.
So dumb. Everything.
Something about iOS ports look weird. Might be the text.