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Carrie and Marcia are back this week with the cure to your craving for Pickle Juice Slushies. Kidding, they are absolutely confused as to why pickle juice slushies are trending right now. But the ladies are always here to cover those trending hot topics.
Marcia celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with some traditional corned beef and cabbage, while the mostly Irish Carrie claims she prefers the other other white meat. You’ll have to listen to see what it is. The ladies argue a little bit over whose game is better, and there’s some odd chat about llamas. They also chat Lucifer, Star Wars and all the stuff about games, kids and life.
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2017 was the first year of regular game streaming and community building for The Mommy Gamers on Twitch. We took the channel from 600 followers to more than 5,000 and had the absolute best time gaming and making new friends. If you’re looking for a positive and supportive community on Twitch please join us!
Flix and Chill is an interactive dating simulation game where the choices you make affect the outcome of your date. Will you get your date to “Flix and Chill” with you, or will she walk away with that hipster that stopped by to chat her up? Flix and Chill released today, February 27 on Steam.
There are multiple chapters to the game, with a variety of unique endings based on the dialogue and choices you make. We checked out the game in our Twitch stream last week and tossed together a little footage for you to enjoy.
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Harvest Moon Skytree Village is the latest in one of my VERY favorite game series ever! If you enjoy this video please subscribe to our channel for more gaming videos, our weekly podcast and more!
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Rogue Wizards is a dungeon-crawling role-playing game out now on Steam for Windows PC & Mac. This is a fun kid-friendly game and well worth the $14.99 price. You can purchase the game or just research it more on the Steam shop here:http://store.steampowered.com/app/392…
I played through the first part of the game in this YouTube video if you’d like to check it out before you buy it.
The Final Station captures what it might feel like to be an actual person who wakes up in the midst of post-apocalyptic chaos. The whole style of the game is meant to make you feel like you’re not sure what’s happening. It starts out with a normal looking neighborhood and a relatively normal looking train station and town, but as you travel further each station gradually gets more gruesome and seemingly hopeless. The story unravels as you go, and the survivors you rescue help piece the story together. Get the survivors safely to their station and you learn more about what’s happening and get valuable rewards. However, saving people isn’t as easy as finding them and getting them on your train. You have to decide if you will sacrifice the very sparse and valuable resources you gather to feed and heal the survivors, or yourself. Sometimes there simply aren’t enough resources to save everyone and you are faced with the tough decision of who to save and who to let die so you can loot their corpse for those $3 pants.
Here’s the first thirty minutes of The Final Station gameplay
You can get through tougher stages through trial and error, but there’s no real penalty for failing. Players simply spawn at the last check point and get to try again, which makes the gameplay significantly less challenging. You’re not really surviving, you’re just kind of hacking your way through it. There’s still a decent challenge with the sparsity of resources, especially ammo. Environmental objects such as toilets or boxes can take out an enemy with a single toss. Melee attacks if properly executed are also very effective and aiming is really important when shooting as every bullet counts. A well placed head shot takes less bullets, but if you’ve encountered a horde of infected it gets a little chaotic and the controls can be a hindrance.
While the game is fun the ride is rather short, with gameplay only taking between four to six hours depending largely on how much you’re into opening every door to find clues. The developers assure us that playing through the story a second time provides more details. But after one play through I had no desire to go back and play again.