Ok so there's already a Kongregate steam group but that one either isn't active or doesn't like sending invites or somethin'; so I made a new one :D
If you are not a member on Kongregate or in fact have never heard of Kongregate (They've won 2 awards), I'm sure they won't object to your browsing and playing of their games, or even signing up ready for when Kongai the Collectable Card Game is finally released!
If you are a Flash game developer, you can even earn money by putting your games on to Kongregate! There's a monthly cash prize to the highest rated game and a share of the advertising revenue your game makes! Add the Kongregate API into your game and you could even end up having badges place in your game, which is an award for you as a flash developer and for those who play your games to obtain those badges!
If you are interested, the link below will take you to the Kongregate homepage, if your already a Kong'er, why are you still reading this? Better yet, have you got this weeks card? ;)
Wow. Where to begin with this game? This was reccomended to me by a friend, because he knows I'm into psych thrillers and the like. I really did enjoy this game. It had a strong concept, and a storyline that was interesting enough to keep me going. Of course, half of the game, I was going "Wh... what?", but that's the way that these games are supposed to be. If anyone complains about the graphics on this game... gtfo. It's a good game. I love pixels. I just beat it, and I'm still questioning what happened. But I befriended a cat, and that's all that matters! Overall, the enemies are interesting, and they have slight variety. The way the enemies attack changes over time. You're limited to one weapon, but really, stealth is key in this game. It's a little more challenging, because you have to make sure your character is fed, and is well-rested, and that's how you save your game. I'd recommend this to fans of psych-horror games, as well as casual gamers.
American Nightmare was a good continuation of Alan Wake, but I don't feel it was a proper sequel. It didn't really seem like much actually... got done during the game. It almost felt like it was just a way for him to waste time to try to get back to reality. If this was THE sequel, I'm a little disappointed. If you haven't played the original Alan Wake - please make sure to play that one first. This game, on its own, is actually quite pleasing. It had a fun concept, and it was a -little- repetive. Why? Because it's supposed to be! The storyline loops and you replay the same thing three times, but it's different each time. The enemies become progressively more difficult. The combat is really weird to do on a computer, because you get a little bit of vertigo from all of the swinging around. I do suggest turning the mouse sensitivity down. I love that they have the survival mode at the end. It's a lot of fun. Overall, if you're looking for a fun game, this is one for you.