That is one of the ones I keep nearby, but I rarely put a lot of time into it. I don't think I ever beat any of the Duck Tales games, but that was so long ago (and I spent so much time playing games back then) that I may have beat it several times.ducktales on gameboy. almost beat it*,™ but i'm stuck at one point on the moon...
I guess I haven't checked this thread in a while. I can almost never play all the way through LA without doing the select screen warp thing. It just sucks, because it can mess up the game and the story. I don't remember when it was widely shared, but I don't think I even made it through my first time playing it without abusing that, although I have gone through it a couple times only using it to help a little...maybe I should try to get a copy of the game that won't allow that.i did end up beating ducktales (and i do have pix to prove it, though i'm not sure anybody cares ). am currently doing a glitch playthrough of link's awakening... you can do a lot of things out of order, get the level 2 bracelet before you even get into level 2 (where you get the lvl 1 bracelet), etc... in fact, you might be able to go really far without the sword. you just have to deal with the really campy music.
I love those games. I didn't find out about them until after I got the DS ones and looked them up, only to find I missed them on GB. I should go try to finish whichever one I was playing last.Survival Kids 2 (GBC) with the fan translation patch. i just played the original one, and when i googled for crafting recipes, i saw that there's a sequel XD so far it's fun, the days are longer, the island(s) look better than the one in the predecessor, but they still kept some annoying stuff (every time you cook one food item, the game closes all the menus, which makes cooking a ton of food a chore bc you have to open/select item/select "cook"/select "store" every single time -_-).
This is probably still my favorite Metroid game because I spent so long with it in my formative years since I was able to play it anywhere. It is inferior to the others in some ways, but I love the while family (except maybe Other M, which I haven't finished and have mixed feelings about for some reason I don't understand).metroid two for the gameboy. started it, was a bit annoyed by the lack of a map, and didn't think i'd play much (in the future, samus should have a computer-assist map creation device!). anyway, it exercises the memory, and i've played a lot further than i thought i would!
Either this or a related game looked really interesting to me, and I want to eventually try them out. I think I will buy Factorio first when I get back in the mood for these.Recently finished Spacechem. I now consider myself of superior intellect... (But I just need to take a look at the results of other players to be humbled.)
More seriously speaking it's a puzzle game that really forces you to put all your brain to work. Challenging but stimulating and rewarding. (And the music is great and can play many many times without getting boring, which is very important in a puzzle game).