The game is set in a grim fantasy world. People believe it is not good to use magic. It disturbs the balance of the world, forces the gods to intervene and messes with your everyday life. Not only that, the gods are looking for you. They sense you will be their future challenger and will teach you how to use their powers. Get ready to get the best comeuppance one could expect in the dungeons. Features of Once Upon a Dungeon:
Procedurally generated dungeon levels with key/lever mechanics
Turn-based combat with permanent death
Physical skills: melee, ranged weapons and medium defense
Magic skills: create conditions and turn them against enemies
Pick up loot during your travels and set it aside for when you want to craft items
Choose between three difficulty modes: the enjoyable Casual mode and the challenging Hardcore mode – if you don’t get gold for every death in the latter you will learn a lot
Different monsters and different results depending on their type: mages, shamans, fighters, etc.
Enterprise Quest and Co-op:
Build your own custom dungeon level. Employ an army of monsters, unlock new skills, craft unique weapons, armor and items. All of that either solo or with some friends. Play the first part, find the solution and then send it to your friend(s) so they will receive the reward. There are no endless quests, it’s all about giving people what they deserve.
Every character has his own class. Each class grants additional stats, skills and unique items. Based on your preferences choose your custom class.
Relationship system allows players to build romantic relationships with the characters.
Unique items and crafting system allow players to modify their equipment and weapons.
King Strobis – Game Design, Programming & Development
Сs, Ж, Ю, Ф, Г-P, Д, РС, К, Ч, С, Ч, А-О, Б, Ж-Ж, С, В, У, Ч, Л
А.К. – Composer
М.И. – Sound Designer
Discover new and unique items, craft magic weapons and armor. Possess unique items, craft spell combinations and assemble powerful items.
Play as a melee warrior, mage, or necro.
The first speed levels are easy. The Hazard levels are tricky and very challenging. After 10 levels you will be able to play the games solo with none of the levels timed or having a score.
The Hazard levels are played in 3-5 minutes depending on the level of difficulty.
The Hazard levels require you to play the game using your brain as the engine. The Hazard levels are not timed but for reasons of personal interest I would say they are the hardest levels in the game.
There are the 50 Speed levels, they are timed and require you to play the game with an eye on the clock.
The 50 Speed levels are designed to be played in less than 10 minutes depending on the level of difficulty.
All the levels that include Race and Hunter modes will be played on the lowest speed level.
To assist you in learning how to play Mass Vector I have included a good selection of tutorials that get you to the game and teach you how to play the game.
Check out my youtube channel HERE
Tips & Advice
Do not rush
Learn how to move the blocks
Learn how to use the boost and repair stations
Learn how to fire your laser cannons
Learn to use your tractor beam
Learn to land safely
Learn to avoid static
Learn to aim
Learn how to use the space disc
Learn how to re-target
Learn how to avoid enemies
Learn to follow the blue line
Learn how to turn left and right
Learn how to turn into a jet
Practice is the key to learning anything new. Practice makes perfect!
Mass Vector is designed to be played by all ages and abilities.
This means that anyone from 3 to the oldest grandparent could play this game.
I designed the game with my Dad in mind, as I am sure a Dad is the most likely to play any game with his son.
The first 10 speed levels will guide you to all the controls and the game mechanics. Once you can play the first 10 speed levels with ease, then play the faster speed levels. If you can get passed the 1st 10 levels, the Hazard levels will just be another challenge.
If you get stuck then make sure you look for the hints as you go along
The game is designed to be played by all ages and abilities.
My next games are getting very good reviews on both gaming platforms and mobile devices.
Hazard Levels Tutorial
GRO-BONNIE is a tiny, portable, one-button action game where you play a young goon who has to avoid falling asleep! Feel ready to take on Freddy Fazbear and Bonnie the Bunny? YOU’VE GOTTA BE KIDDING!
You control a brown haired boy (your character) on an errand through his creepy mansion. As you navigate each chamber, be sure to find the hidden fast-falling traps as well as the loose candies to help keep you awake!
HOW TO PLAY:
Look around with your head and arm motion! You will automatically jump if you move your head to the right, and you’ll fall if you move your arm.
Get the hint button to stay alert! You get one hint if you look at the flicker and you get 2 hints if you press the hint button.
Try to watch out for the chompers! Each chomper will eat your character and cause you to lose a life.
You can play with up to three friends on the same device by comparing their score boards! Make sure to keep track of YOUR score, as your friend will find out about it when you lose.
1.) Very casual gameplay – no game overs
2.) Short and sweet
3.) Simple and easy to pick up!
Choose and Dress your character to Play!
Super Awesome Adventure of Littlest, A Mouse with the Power to be!
Littlest is a very young, curious, talking mouse. How will he get to school? What will he wear? There are so many questions!
Take the role of Littlest and follow him on his journey through his house, searching for all the answers to help him get to school.
For the first time, you get to choose your outfit! Dress Littlest in whatever you like!
Buy cool outfits for your friend, or dress up yourself!
Play Littlest by tapping on the screen. Can you help Littlest get to school on time?
Super Awesome Adventure of Littlest, A Mouse with the Power to be! is a simple, intuitive game, and is absolutely free!
Play with Cheerleaders and a Good-Looking Boy in a super fun Beach Game!
The storm is brewing. Young boys are going on vacation to the beach.
Children aged 3 to 4 years are able to make relatively complex, functional sounds from the sounds made during their everyday play. A child who is learning how to talk will learn to make more and different sounds then they normally make, using these new sounds to express themselves with others.
Children from 4 to 7 years of age can make sounds in a similar way to those made by adults. The words that they learned to make at age 3 are already forming for them, to which they will add new words and phrases along with their artistic and writing skills.
Children older than 7-years-old will start learning that making sounds is a necessary skill that will help them express themselves while also requiring them to use their native language to communicate. This idea can be introduced to younger children as well, on levels where they understand the purpose, but the child will not yet know how to produce the sounds of their native language.
A baby rattle that makes the sounds that it is designed to make is a great early learning tool. The Sentient Baby® Rattle was created to elicit the same sounds made by everything within a baby’s surroundings, which will act as a sort of “Sensation Object” which enables the child to make the sounds they hear. The Rattle begins our impromptu attempts at understanding the world around us and develops the ability to process the sounds of our environment while helping to stimulate both the senses and the language.
What to expect:
We Have 3,5, and 6 months months discounts available, so please call or email us for more info.
Rattles do not do a complete job of teaching children how to communicate, and similar to the above, consider them a tool
Duke Grabowski is a loving tribute to the latter Monkey Island games, and wears its influence on its sleeve. The industry veterans at Grabowski Productions know their way around a story; the team made Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge, and shared that experience with LucasArts when it came to creating the game’s characters, dialogue, and puzzles. They also included their own special touches like the three narrator’s, first-person cut scenes with animated comic panels, and over 30 new “quiz” elements that delight Duke and his crew as they go on their adventures.
Key Game Features:
3 New Scenarios – Play in the Sun at Palm Harbor, learn the art of a Jihak competition, and prove yourself on the high seas in the latest Grabowski adventures!
Inspiration from the World’s Greatest Treasure Chest – Filled with classic Grabowski Productions humor, dialogue, and art, Duke Grabowski is a loving tribute to the latter Monkey Island games, and wears its influence on its sleeve.
Special Thanks – Thanks to our friends at LucasArts for their help and advice.
• Play as the titular Duke Grabowski, a pirate who’s had success in pillaging, ransacking, and other forms of piratey goodness, but doesn’t know a thing about women
• Help him prove to his crew he has what it takes to become a captain by winning the affection of the opposite sex
• Follow Duke through tropical locations and solve comical puzzles
• Face off against crazy pirates, giant crabs, and giant squids
• Play as Duke, a pirate who doesn’t know how to be romantic
• New quiz elements, first-person cut scenes with animated comic panels, and more
• Play on Mac, Linux, Windows
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Please follow these guidelines while using the Sony EOS 650 digital camera (for general questions on how to use this product please see the user’s guide).
To use with a network port, use the Serial Cable provided or a USB cable that supports a 3.5mm connector (not included). The cable is not intended for analog audio.
To use with a network port, use the Serial Cable provided or a USB cable that supports a 3.5mm connector (not included).