Astro4x is a futuristic game where ships are placed into play and then move about the table. The goal is to move the ships into your opponent’s base and trap them there.
Each ship represents a unit of a faction.
The greater the number of ships of the same color, the better the unit.
The game has many optional rules that can make a huge difference in the outcome.
There are 7 different factions and the custom rule system gives you the ability to create many more!
3 Types of Movement:
Movement can be done by ships of the same color, which are faster than ships of a different color.
These units can be boosted during a skirmish phase. Boosted units move at a higher speed and have a higher base value.
Attack units can attack the enemy’s bases, and capture them.
The following costs are present:
-1 movement (normal movement),
-1 per action,
-1 for capturing a base.
ABOUT THE GAME
– Playable by 2 or more players.
– More than 70 spaces on the table.
– The game includes 12 different ships with many different abilities.
– You may create your own custom faction with the included ability system.
– Includes 7 different factions!
– You can create 5 different terrain tiles with more than 50 different pieces in each tile!
– You can choose between 2 game modes: “classic” and “combo”.
– You can unlock more abilities in each faction with the promo card system.
– Store ships and bases on the game board for reuse during your next game.
– Many different optional rules like terrain tile types, utility system, faction specific abilities and terrain, and faction specific effects on the game board.
– The game is completely flexible and can be played in the following ways:
– 1v1 or 2v2
– 3v3 or 3v4
– With custom factions, just with a different faction specific skill tree and different custom abilities.
– Create and save your game at any point, you can continue from where you left off or start a new game with your custom-made faction.
– When multiple factions are involved, a random faction is chosen for each round.
Astro4x – it’s like Chess in Space.
Simple rules that are easy to understand.
"In Aiden" is a Turn Based Action RPG in accordance with the
Get ready to blow the lid off this screen when you ride around the city on this sport motorcycle. Open up that throttle and make the engine roar with the intention of giving the game a bit of a workout. Riding is all about the adrenalin rush, the thrill of speed. Stop for a second and take in the sceneries around you. The momentary stumbles can be just as exciting as the high-speed ride that follows.
Open up the throttle and ride off the wild side of the map with this motorcycle game. The adrenaline rush is as exhilarating as it is safe.
Brush up on the basics of motorcycle riding with its tutorial and manual that will be available in the main menu.
Hover over the map to see where you can go at any moment in time.
You can even dress this hog up with accessories like a helmet, sneakers, goggles or a roadie jacket that will complete the look.
The motorcycle can be customised too. Pick one from a lineup of models like: Sport, Racing, Desert, Motocross, Hyper Sport, American and Roadster.
Make the most of the rugged terrain you’ll encounter all around the world. Race through the streets of the city, climb up the mountain and even crash through the desert.
Every single motorcycle has its own characteristics and special stats. You’ll find out all about this bike from this long-awaited game.
Riding is a sport.
Riding was invented in the 1890s by a man in England named Henry Sturmey.
It can be either real or simulation.
Riding can be both, mostly in a simulation. If you go to riding schools or even instructional videos, then you see people learning their stuff on a real motorcycle. If you take a quick look at the track record of riding schools, however, it is clear that the real method is to actually teach people to ride by simulating it in virtual reality as much as possible.
This is not the case for virtual bike games and role-playing games though.
So, what do you call learning on a bike without actually riding?
We’ll just call it a game, then.
You can say that riding a bike is like riding a horse.
It is a long-term commitment, though.
If you’re just learning to ride a bike, then you’re a beginner rider.
Quiplash Features Include:• Fun Action Gameplay With a focus on simulation of car stunt racing that involves some real skill in keeping your car upright, Quiplash is a guaranteed game that will have everyone pulling their hair out during the play-through!• Gameplay Control Quiplash features the same crazy tilt controls as its other titles. Whether you’re trying to steer through a turn, make a jump or your car’s spinning out of control on the right track, these controls will have you laughing!• All the action Quiplash features gorgeous 3D graphics and a gorgeous soundtrack to complete the driving experience. You can replay any sections and complete your Perfect 10 score to get the best score on any particular track.
It’s back! There is a new Black Friday sale on and guess what? – it’s happening right now on Xbox Live. Oh and did we mention that the top 500 Live Gold Members will receive “Free Games” of their choice?
As always, keep in mind that LIVE Gold members will receive free games in addition to the games that will be on sale. Make sure to keep all your accounts in order and you should be good to go.
LIVE Gold Members:Save on Black Friday
There’s a new Black Friday sale on Xbox LIVE and top 500 LIVE Gold members will receive “Free Games” of their choice of their free game selection of their choice! Here’s the deal: on Xbox LIVE, there are 5 major game sections:
– The Games for Gold (Free)
– Game Deals (Free)
– New Releases (Free)
– Top Rated Games
– Wish List (Free)
To access all the games that are on sale, simply select which section you’d like to access in the Xbox Store and you’ll get a list of all of the games that are on sale in that particular section.
If you’re one of the top 500 LIVE Gold members you’ll also get one of those games!
It’s almost that time of year again! Black Friday is almost upon us and there are tons of great deals going on for Xbox LIVE members!
If you are new to Xbox LIVE you will find the most current deals on this page. There are new deals added weekly, so make sure you check back for more!
For existing Xbox LIVE members
We selected the mockup character body type that best matches the video game console avatar, which uses the mesh character tools. Its body pose is intended to give the impression of huge footsteps. It uses the same body type “step” animations as the Interceptor and Burke torsos, and the same “wobble” toolkit.
JET BROS WALK
We applied the latest version of the Motionbuilder built-in walk model for this body, which was a breakthrough when first released. The area around the torso immediately follows the movements of the legs with additional wiggles of the arms to support the massive upper body. Additional waggles of the lower body complete this unique design.
JET BROS RUN
There is a new Motionbuilder built in walk model for characters, and the JetBro allows for running movement with the same control as a non-monster character. He can both run at a steady pace or fling speed and make changes to his running gait, such as half-speed and switch to a different foot. Also, unlike a normal character, he can perform running motions while jumping, i.e., a jump-run. However, in a jump-run, he cannot reverse direction as a normal character can.
JET BROS PUNCH
Like the running, there is a built in walk model for characters. However, unlike the first-person viewing mode used for the deadeye, standard character models work as present in the game engine. This means, Jet Bro can punch with his arms and shoulder like a regular character.
JET BROS TURN
There is an advanced toolkit known as e-motion that allows for a tight, tight control of movements. This tool is usually used for e-sports games, and we developed a similar motion style (called “e-motion”) for the jet-hunting game. The tool covers movements of the entire body, not just the legs.
A brilliant but misunderstood professor, you’ve been to the Tree of Life, and lived to tell about it. Only no one will believe you. Your students have even begun to make fun of you… Until an elderly gentleman shows up at your door, and your whole life changes once again.
Are the Three Stones really a portal to another world? Find that out and more as you follow your colleague’s trail to track down the truth of his strange disappearance. Explore beautiful, strange worlds, and watch out for surprising twists that will leave you wondering. If the tiara fits…
This is a special Collector’s Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. The Collector’s Edition includes:
Play the bonus game to bring back the Sun Diamond!
Find collectible dog biscuits and flitting fairies!
Get soundtracks, wallpapers, screensavers, and concept art
Read more in the Lore Book
Use the available Strategy Guide
I would not even call this a roguelike. It’s something like an old-school RPG with some roguelike elements thrown in. The setting of the universe is really cool, but you will probably have to play it a few times before you are satisfied with the details. No, it is not the fantasy classic Baldur’s Gate, and I’m probably not even right in calling it an RPG. The whole thing feels a bit artificial, but so did a lot of old RPGs.
It doesn’t help that you don’t have good tools to help you on your quest. You only have very basic movement (and a teleport option), but no weapon skills. I actually feel more a Fallout-style game instead of an old RPG in that regard.
It is an old school game, very linear, quite repetitive and has a lot of linearity throughout.
Your character is a woman named Naru who seems to have lost a lot of things in life. She is not strong, not smart and not very helpful in times of need. But she is also very talkative, and seems to have lots of hidden depths.
Your companion is a young man named Yukuo who also appears to be a bit of a hermit in his early years. He is not as talkative and he rarely gets involved in the story.
The adventure seems to end up on the other side of the Earth. Where you are right now. And I haven’t seen much more of this world than you can see
OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1
Windows 7, 8, 8.1 Processor: Intel Core i3, i5, i7, i7-720QM, i7-930
Intel Core i3, i5, i7, i7-720QM, i7-930 Memory: 4 GB RAM
4 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 6870
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 6870 DirectX: Version 11
Version 11 Storage: 30 GB available space