So far, Genesis 2 is one of my favorite maps. There’s so much to explore and do, so much new features, and it’s SO BIG. I admit the fed Tek at the beginning is pretty OP, but it doesn’t give too much armor and makes the intense early game a bit more casual, which I kinda like. The missions actually connect to the storyline, and the creatures are very good and the unique taming methods are a fun change to the normal. Overall, I think it’s pretty good, although the space biome is lacking and the voidwyrm is just a Tek Wyvern.
I’ve been wondering, how many of us are under 18? I don’t want to sound creepy or anything, just the hater calling us kids made me kinda wonder, are they right, are we all just kids? If you don’t want to answer that’s fine. Also, I’d rather not know your specific age, cuz that’s just plain creepy.
ill add more creatures to ark (ill not yet fix the old ones)
trust tame(new taming type)
saddle: lvl 45
apatosaurus will be a very friendly one, will have the ammonite ability(not that big of a range!)but all dinos in a 12 foundation radius only last for 35 seconds, and about trust taming, it will be like feeding it stuff it wants, doing imprinting stuff, but if you attack it or anything around it, the taming will go to zero!, uses: amazing seed gathering abilities, different options of what it will collect, like rockarrot seeds.. citron, etc, and will have a ability of passively gaining points by doing stuff like, walks, cuddle, and hand feed, can gather much wood and double tree sap, only two attacks, call: it would make all off your creature go in front off you in a defensive stance 10+ damage counter. tail whip: small chance of giving opponent whiplash effect(stun and low visibility) not that much of a beginner tame since you’ll need giant honey and kibble for trust tame(probably) the higher the level the better harvesting, not good at pvp.
found near green ob and swamps, on rag: grasslands, center: tropical island north ONLY, on crystal: floating islands, val: chalk hills and redwoods.
passive fish tame
saddle: lvl 57
alberto would be very aggressive, and you mat ask “then why passive tame?”
ill tell ya, so this creature would eat meat and fish, there would be a new item called bait holder, place bait holder down(youll need spyglass for this) use spyglass to check what its craving, such as kibble and meats,
put what its craving in bait holder and honey to attract it, kill all nearby dinos, it will attract them and they will eat the food, uses: very good in bosses, they get a boost when they see mammals(good in monke boss)
also get more prime meat, pack boost similar to allo, they get an extra attack. (attacks:) sweep chomp: bite across the ground picking up sand or dirt to blind enemies for 5 seconds. bite: mostly a basic bite but the more attacks the bigger the damage resets at 6 attacks or if you run outta stamina, but it will have less stamina drain, making it a very good tame, saddle will be a mobile smithy(must be crafted in smithy: 380 hide
So, if you don’t know who the devs “The Behemoth” are, which are also called the Castle crasher devs, they make good games. They usually make games that usually cost $10-$20. So, I’m going to be rating all their games, because why not. Also this is my opinion, and yes I have played all their games and completed them, and keep in mind all these games are pretty good.
4. Pit People
Pit people, their most Recent game (released in 2018, demo in 2017) is 5th in my opinion. It’s a turn based game where set in a apocalyptic dreamland with a space bear narrating what’s happening (voiced by Will Stamper, very good voice actor.) You should play
Battleblock Theater before this to understand the story. Why? The story is kinda short, but good. The game is mostly side quests so I would recommend doing those to make the game longer. You should also try to recruit units like cyclops, spidaurs, cup cakes, hair trolls, troll moms, humans, pixies etc etc. Game is $20 dollars, and is it worth it? Yes, but it seems more like a $15 game instead of $20 game.
3. Alien Hominid
Alien hominid is a run n’ gun game where you play as a yellow alien with big, black bug-like eyes and antennas with a zig-zag mouth. The story is that the FBI shot down your UFO and now you need to get it back. So you have to kill tons of FBI agents and their machines to get your space ship back, to where you somehow end up in Russia. In Russia you have to fight past lots of Soviet Union soldiers and machines, similar to the first world, Urban (it’s set in a city.) The next world is Area 51, where you encounter many strange things in the later levels, like small blue hairy things with shark fins on their backs that cling on to military soldiers and spray them with acid, disintegrating them. Is this game worth the $10 dollars? Yes, it’s a decently long game and your thumb will probably hurt a lot from how many times you pressed the X button.
2. Battleblock Theater
Battleblock Theater is a platformer game where the story is, your one of the hundreds of friends in whatever place. Anyways, they always go on adventures with their ship, The S.S. Friendship (yes they really did call it that) and there’s this one friend who is more like the king of them, but not really if that makes sense. His name is Hatty Hattington, and he later becomes important in the story. So the S.S. Friendship crashes into an island with a broken down theater that you enter, with random orange cats with a white face and belly (they stand on two legs) who are just there, and as you explore the theater you see the cats put a strange hat on Hatty Hattington. Later, you then wake up in prison with cat guards, and your forced to perform in front of an audience of cats to entertain them as you run through spikes, pools of water (your character can’t swim) and various other things. There’s also stuff like wings and a jet pack you can get. Also, did I mention you can shove and punch your friends to their death in this game? I would recommend playing with friends, because I played it with mine and we kept shoving each other into spikes and pools of water (well, mostly me because that’s the first thing I think of.) It even got to the point where whenever he helped my up a ledge he would instantly try to push me off because I was going to the same. It’s more than worth the $15 dollars, if you have friends. It has a level editor and all that, too bad the servers are dead though.
1. Castle Crashers
Ah yes, Castle Crashers. This is the first game I played made by the devs, and it’s a beat’em up type of game where you attack your enemies with swords and everything. Also this is set in the medieval age, but there’s a literal alien space ship that’s a reference to alien hominid, along with cone heads that have light sabers, and did I mention there’s an industrial castle? I don’t have much else to say since it’s getting pretty late, but is it worth the $15 dollars? It’s beyond worth it, the replay ability on this game is excellent, I’ve played it over and over again and have sometimes gotten bored of it, but yeah, definitely worth it and the best game made by “The Behemoth.”
Let’s hope everybody just ignores the haters and let them get bored, or start handling this once it gets to the point where the start spamming random things and being very annoying in places where stories are written and all that.