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Ragnarok: Iridescent Ragnarok: Iridescent

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I laughed.

I cried.

ShadowWhoWalks responds:

I took some notes from old school classic RPG to create an interactive world where, instead of the illusion of choice, you were given a full spectrum of consequences in the decisions you make.
It is what you do that makes who you are, after all.
That said, if you were able to relate to the multitude of colorful characters in this film, then I have succeeded.

Slit Your Wrists! Slit Your Wrists!

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

There's a reason why this got front page.

Besides the fact that it's a sub-par game. The subject is new and controversial. Not only do you get the chance to view the horrors of self inflicting mutilation. But it also educates you, on the very bleak atmosphere that not many people want to be apart of. The fact that it has no sound or music, further emphasizes the overall feeling of the game. It also brings us back to the classic rebelling natural that is Newgrounds. Hopefully one day, instead of shunning the taboo subject for what it is. We'll finally all know know how to finally deal with the problem properly.


Alien Hominid Alien Hominid

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm actually excited.I bought Alien Hominid

It's been awhile, since I've found a game that could actually quench my thrist. It's probably because the jump from 2d to 3d has never been quite as successful as it should be. Needless to say out of the four games I've purchased this hoilday season, this is one of them, so far the best part has been the low price. I think the real judging starts in decemeber. let's hope it's successful.

-outpost part one- -outpost part one-

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's good.

I'll keep this short. If you could, for the next game. try to make more things clickable. Right now it's a little too linear, too easy. People aren't getting stuck at smalls parts like "what the fuck am I suppose to do with this key!". Personally, I'd love it, if you did that. Also, maybe at some parts, it would be good if we get to choose what he does in regards to fighting like in Space Ace or Dragons Lair's or Pimp's Quest for example where an arrow pops up and we get to choose which way he dodges or punches, of course this maybe a little bit more difficult to make but in the end it'll be more rewarding. It has the thrill of a stick movie, in a point and click adventure.

It has Amazing Potential.