My Trade Link: http://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffer/new/?partner=58185988&token=YeBykJqQ

Scammers Beware: If you follow the simple method of looking up card values then reaching as = value trading (reached best buy looking up their average value on the market) you will be fine. If you attempt to scam me (ie. McPixel cards for lets say Skyrim cards 1:1) then you will be reported... but only if it is blatently a scam... I do try to contact you to see if you know it is a scam, for some people just do not thing to check the market... if you want a list of true scammers just look at my blocked list.... aka people I've checked with, that offered supposed scams and were nothing but rude when I pointed out the market is a good place to see the value of cards as to offer fair trades, thus were duduced to be scammers.

Side note: if you msg me or post on my profile saying make a coutner offer for the cards you want, and you offered nothing, you will be fine (not reported)... just be sure to add me then message me that or post it on my profile before you make the offer.

Simply put, I don't take kindly to (blatant) scammers.
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My Trade Link: http://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffer/new/?partner=58185988&token=YeBykJqQ

For 1:1 trade assisstance: http://www.steamtradematcher.com/tools/quickmatch/ARM

Everything listed here is for trade including my entire inventory for cards or games on my wishlist.


The item list/showcase shown is also for trade.


Making an offer cannot hurt, just try to be reasonable in it... I know what cards are worth, which is also based on whether they are an immobile/stagnating (hard to trade) card or not.

1:1 trading in most instances (again = value trading is the goal and it is given not all cards are created equal).

If you want a specific card that I nor yourself have, but you want it, I'll get it for you if you make it worth my while... just send a friend request and msg me or comment on my profile.

If an item does not have a clear market value, I am less likely to trade it (some tf2, cs:go, etc. items). It will take a little extra to break up complete sets of mine.

Games for trade (via keys/links):
7 Grand Steps: What Ancients Begat:
Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy:
Armed with Wings: Rearmed:
AoF World Online
Avenging Angel:
Axis Game Factory Premium with Zombie FPS Player DLC & Fantasy Side-Scroller Player
Battleplan: American Civil War
Cargo 3
Chompy Chomp Chomp
Cloud Chamber
Crash Time II
Crow x2
Crusader Kings II
Dead Istland: Game of the Year Edition
Dear Esther
Dementium II HD
Desert Ashes x2
Desert Thunder
Dino D-Day
Doorways: The Underworld
Dungeon Defenders + All DLC
Dustforce DX
ENSLAVED™: Odyssey to the West™ Premium Edition
Eschalon: Book I
Finding Teddy
Fine Sweeper
Fist of Jesus
Fort Defense
Gar Sapphire Mechs
Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~
Grey Cubes
Guacamelee! Gold Edition
Gun Mokeys
Guns of Icarus Online
GTR Evolution
Hero Siege
Hoard Complete Pack
Hydrophobia Prophecy
Inside The Gear
Knights & Merchants
Killing floor
Kinetic Void
Labyrinthine Dreams
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards: Reloaded
Leviathan: The Last Day of the Decade
Lilly and Sasha: Nexus of Souls
Little Inferno
Marine Sharpshooter II
Megabyte Punch
Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold Collector's Edition
Memories of A Vagabond
Meridian: New World
Metal Drift
Mini Motor Racing EVO
Mr. Bree+
Mysterious Space
Namariel Legends: Iron Lord Premium Edition
Of Orcs And Men
On A Roll 3D
Once Bitten, Twice Dead!
Papo & Yo
Parkan II
PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate
PixelJunk Shooter
Post Apocalyptic Mayhem (x2) (Trade for both and give 1 to a friend... or trade for 1 of them.)
Portal of Evil
Post Mortem
Project Root
Puzzle Kingdoms
Residue: Final Cut
Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood x2
Runespell: Overture
Rush Bros (has cards)
Sang-Froid - Tales of Werewolves
Savant - Ascent
Serious Sam BFE (has cards)
Serious Sam HD First Encounter
Serious Sam HD Second Encounter
Shadow Puppeteer
Shadows on the Vatican Act I: Greed
Shattered Haven
Sideway: New York
Sinking Island
Skara - The Blade Remains
Sniper Ghost Warrior Gold
Sparkle 2
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat
SOL: Expdis
Space Farmers 2-Pack
Spy Charmeleon -RGB Agent
Steel Storm: Burning Retribution
Street Racing Syndicate
Super Meat Boy
Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
Teleglitch: Die More Edition
Theatre of War
The Bard's Tale
The Dream Machine: Chapters 1-3
The Nightmare Cooperative
The Original Strife: Veteran Edition
The Original Strife: Veteran Edition
The Stanley Parable
There Was A Caveman
The Showdown Effect (has cards)
Thief Town
Thomas Was Alone
Tiny & Big: Grandpa's Leftovers
To The Moon
Trackday Manager
Race Injection
Really Big Sky
Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood
Rooks Keep
Vanguard Princess
Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa's Rampage
Wasteland Angel
Whispering Willows
White Noise Online
Why So Evil
Wooden Floor
World War 2: Time of Wrath
Z Steel Soldiers
Zeno Clash
Zeno Clash II (has cards)

Strategic Storm Bundle (Steam Games - can be individual):
1953: NATO vs Warsaw Pact
Legions of Ashworld
Storm over the Pacific
Strategic War in Europe
The Campaign Series: Fall Weiss
World War 2: Time of Wrath

Steam Software:
Axis Game Factory: AGFPRO Premium DLC
Axis Game Factory: AGFPRO v3.0
Axis Game Factory: AGFPRO Zombie FPS
Axis Game Factory: Drone Kombat


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Trade me cards I need, or games I want, I do fair trades (= value trades), If you want to argue x sale has been on sale for y amount before, then that is valid.

1. Fallout 4 & DLC
2. Dues Ex: Human Revolution

You could also pick games off my wishlist, but I desire the above games the most.

I know it is tricky trusting a stranger for a trade that isn't stricktly via steam's interface, so hopefully you are one of my friends on my friends list, if not, I expect the items before I give you yours. If you do not like these conditions then do not offer a trade.

RE: Cards; If I have a card that you need and it is consistently worth what is basically same as one I don't have, then I will swap you.

Note: If you want to contact me, comment on my profile
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In Short:

This game is for those who like 2D plane slightly angled from top-down shoot em' ups in which one is predominantly dodging and destroying enemies that move and act in response to the tempo and all else of ones' (favorite) audio over a minute and thirty seconds long (that is on the computer you are playing on), then this game is for you.

Note: The enemies rarely fire at you, but unlike bullet-hells, you're entire ship is the hitbox, so enemies can be smashed into, but it will damage your ship. Luckily you can repair it via collecting "Music Notes" (dropped points) from enemies one has shot to death after your ship lost part of itself (took damage).

Notice, any audio over 1:30 minutes will do, so for you oddballs out there who feel like playing to audiobooks or whatever else you come up with, have fun.

In Depth:

Warning... there are probably spoilers (if you think there can be spoilers for a shoot 'em up that is not a bullet-hell)... they are more of descriptions of how the game works... which is why I think it is good...

Any audio over a minute thirty long can be used to play the game.

One have 4 guns that are individually rotatable, all of which they can individually be bound to left click to fire, right click to fire, or always (infinite) fire... the game can be really easy on the fingers due to the infinite fire mode.

One can move ones' ship around the screen with your mouse much like you would a cursor.

Each of those 4 guns and the parts of ones' ship they mount to can be destroyed, as well as the entire ship itself if the center of it gets hit. The ship comes with 4 stock guns. All weapons can be upgraded to level 5 (the higher the level the deadlier of course) based off of points/point goals on songs that you finish playing through.

Ones' ship usually loses parts/gets destroyed when you crash into enemies or on the occasions' they shoot you (or you get to close to certain units and they blow up). Luckily you can repair it via collecting "Music Notes" (dropped points) from enemies one has shot to death after your ship lost part of itself (took damage).

When one dies one respawns seconds later (may feel like forever if your invested in the level) and as one defeat bosses that randomly get attributed to songs one plays. Each boss unlocks part of a sheet of the Symphony of Souls. Each page represents a higher difficulty level to unlock... so yes... one starts off weak, but sit back and enjoy the audio whilst it is easy if you are a Hardcore player, otherwise keep it easy or do as you wish.

The game comes with pre-stocked music from a handful of genres... but I shall not review it, for everyone has their preferences and it is limited compared the amount of music one loves that one will probably add to it to play.

The long opinion filled babble-esque review follows that might have as many "spoilers," if not more, as above:

You may actually listen to rather than just hear your songs for once since your focusing on playing your song rather than having audio in the background as you focus on something else.

Playing a game whilst having an excuse to listen to your (favorite) music without having to listen to the games audio... always grand... but there is nothing like playing a shooter that integrates and interacts with your music/audio files that are a minute in a half or longer. The proof the game interacts is the pace of the enemies, color of the background, and the subwoofer weapon...

This game is unique in that it has 4 weapon slots and one can customize which way the weapons face on the ship, the ships weapons (and ship itself) can be destroyed... but as long as the ship remains intact, one can collect music (drops) from deceased enemies to repair ones' ship. One can also configure any of the weapons to independently of one another fire with the left/right mouse buttons and infintie fire (2 guns on left click, the 3rd on infinite fire, the 4th on right click, sure, all on any of them, all the power to you, etc.)

One can upgrade weapons, but if one is not very good at the game, one simply has to play more songs on the lower difficulty levels to get the points required to upgrade weapons. 2 point systems, one is based off the score you received upon finishing a level, and the other is based off reaching set scores for that difficulty for that song... both of which are required to upgrade weapons... the former of the two is only required to unlock weapons... and there is only 1 weapon unlock per song.

Every song is processed by the game the first time you play the song, in order to generate that level (difficulty is irrelevant). The processing process also decides if a boss will be attributed to that song (thus there will never be a boss on a level you have not played). There is a timer to defeat the boss, if one fails to defeat the boss may move to a different difficulty level in the same song, but will still be attributed to that song.

One unlocks (parts of) sheet music... the Symphony of Souls... as one does so one unlocks higher difficulties. The bosses get progressively harder to defeat. When one defeats a boss that song is freed (no fighting a boss on that song again).

Is that enough babbling? Now go play the game to Portal's "Still Alive" song(s)... they are free after all... Steam Music... and yes there is a way to download them without having the game installed... it is just a pain for it requires console commands... you might catch that the game is out of Beta on time... I never heard that before playing the song in Symphony.

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head_trauma Sep 18, 2016 @ 9:11pm 
+rep, thanks for trading
head_trauma Sep 18, 2016 @ 5:25pm 
I send you a offer, please take a look
r3tr0k3r Feb 27, 2016 @ 4:59pm 
+rep good trader
Ballistic Groove Gun Feb 7, 2016 @ 9:59pm 
Hi, caught your rant about the Darksiders 2 thing and apparently it's still possible to upgrade to the re-release edition for free if you already had all the DLC from the old version.
Ther's a dev post on page 2 confirming its legitimacy, but if you wanna play it safe and do your homework on the topic that's perfectly k as well.
Riley2142 Jan 3, 2016 @ 3:53pm 
+Rep i can do winter card swaps without problem! Also fast and easy!
BBBB_pizzadipp Jan 2, 2016 @ 2:49am 
im in trested in some stuff you have thast hwy ia added you