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SvensksoldatJN Jan 20, 2013 @ 2:44pm
Is those sort of games really worth buying to pc?
This game would be great for android but is it really worth buying for pc?
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DaFox Jan 21, 2013 @ 12:52pm 
Yes.
Bieeanda Jan 21, 2013 @ 4:38pm 
I can't imagine playing a game like this on a tiny phone screen.
SvensksoldatJN Jan 22, 2013 @ 2:47am 
As if phones today have tiny screens...
SvensksoldatJN Jan 22, 2013 @ 1:25pm 
I rather play games on PC than on a mobile phone. But mobile games are most just for killing time. And Indie games like this looks more like a game you play to kill time in various situations when you aren't able to sit with your computer. I mean, if you have your computer available you can play adventure/fps/strategy/sport games. Then why would you want to play Indie games like this?
Znapit Jan 22, 2013 @ 2:51pm 
dont think just buy it like the rest off us

fun game btw :)
SvensksoldatJN Jan 22, 2013 @ 3:05pm 
I have no doubt that this game is fun. But not fun in a way that I would prefer using my sparetime on my computer playing this over other more entertaining games such as Far Cry 3, Company Of Heroes and other games I'm currently playing.

Originally posted by Znapit:
dont think just buy it like the rest off us

fun game btw :)
SvensksoldatJN Jan 22, 2013 @ 3:29pm 
I'm not talking about all indie games in general. I play Minecraft which is or at least was an indie game, so it's not that I don't like indie games. I'm talking about games like this one which is all about completing every levels. For me such games is nothing I feel like I would want to put my freetime on when I can play games like Far Cry 3, Company Of Heroes or other games that is about more than just being a challange. If I have lack of time to play at home? No, I just want to put my time on something I find fun enough to play that it's worth my time. This is why I ask ''Is those sort of games really worth buying to pc?''
Originally posted by 420BLAZEITFGT:
Why I would want to play indie games on PC????? hahahaahahaha lmaooooooooo indie industry was born on PC and that's one of the pros to be a PC gamer.

You prob lack time to play at home, that's why you think this way.
DaFox Jan 22, 2013 @ 5:01pm 
I'd argue that this game is more about racing, There are not too many levels and completing them is relatively easy if you're good at movement in games. The longevity of this game comes from the leaderboards.
Leonard McCoy Jan 22, 2013 @ 7:07pm 
In 10 years when windows 20 is out It's likely that I'll still be able to play this game on PC. I can't say the same for all my Sega Genesis, NES, SNES, N64, Dreamcast, and Gamecube games.

I'm soo done with console gaming - it's like buying a throwaway disc that can get destroyed and takes up ackward storage. I'm so glad I can just download it via steam.

This game is perfect for me destressing inbetween work sessions.
Smellin'Good Jan 30, 2013 @ 8:36pm 
This game is fantastic, for it's price too. And yes, playing on mobile would be unplayable. As for gaming console, this could also do on PS3 and Xbox Live.
SvensksoldatJN Jan 31, 2013 @ 9:20am 
How can't this game be good on a mobile? Mobiles today have this function (have no idea what that technology is called) that lets it feel what angle it's currently in. Many games like doodle jump, tempel run to take as examples and games that's like this one use this function as it's controlls. So why wouldn't this game be good on a mobile.
Originally posted by I Eat Nubs:
This game is fantastic, for it's price too. And yes, playing on mobile would be unplayable. As for gaming console, this could also do on PS3 and Xbox Live.
Toebie Feb 1, 2013 @ 11:19pm 
For $5, you could have some footlong sandwich that is only 11 inches long that fills you up part of a day assuming you finish it, OR, you can have what looks to be not too shabby of a game for life. As we get older, casual play games appeal more and more to us that cut our teeth in 2 color 40 colum mode. EA was an indy company once upon a time when they actually cared about quality and not quantity. When Reagan was prez, all my fav titles were EA....so go figure.
NoNsToP Feb 2, 2013 @ 4:38am 
Originally posted by SvensksoldatJN:
As if phones today have tiny screens...

yeah phones these days have 27'' screens dont they? tard.... xD
SvensksoldatJN Feb 2, 2013 @ 10:18am 
Originally posted by NoNsToP:
Originally posted by SvensksoldatJN:
As if phones today have tiny screens...

yeah phones these days have 27'' screens dont they? tard.... xD

So you think that 4.8'' to Samsung Galaxy S3 or 4'' to iPhone 5 is small for a mobile? I'd say it's big, big compared to the mobiles with only between 1,5 - 2 inches which were the most common mobiles not too long ago and definitely big enough for this game.
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SvensksoldatJN Feb 2, 2013 @ 10:32am 
I know a person that is 58 years old which play shooter games. But ofcourse it's different for different persons so I see what you mean. Thx for your comment. Feel that I get a better view on why people would buy such games like this to the computer.
Originally posted by Toebie:
For $5, you could have some footlong sandwich that is only 11 inches long that fills you up part of a day assuming you finish it, OR, you can have what looks to be not too shabby of a game for life. As we get older, casual play games appeal more and more to us that cut our teeth in 2 color 40 colum mode. EA was an indy company once upon a time when they actually cared about quality and not quantity. When Reagan was prez, all my fav titles were EA....so go figure.
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