Rayon Riddles - Rise Of The Goblin King Crack By Irfan Doggar

Rayon Riddles - Rise Of The Goblin King Crack By Irfan Doggar


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About This Game

The Goblins have been driven out of their homeland by man, chased through the mines by the Dwarfs and enslaved by the Orcs. Tech, Heavy, Tiny and of course the formidable King Hung Ree embark on a journey home – but before they can set out, Tech first needs to escape from his Orc prison and then round up the rest of the group. Only by joining forces will they manage to cross the territory of the Orcs. Along the way, they'll encounter all kinds of obstacles and puzzles that they'll only be able to overcome together.

Tech: He is the nerd and genius of the group. Give him a plan and some materials and he'll build a helicopter out of bubble gum and a chicken.
Heavy: There's nothing that Heavy can't move – apart from King...
Tiny: He is small, inconspicuous and can get into everywhere. He's even supposed to have broken into King's pantry once.
King Hung Ree: He is the chief of the Goblins and the crown of creation. Surely, he's also good for something – at least the other Goblins hope so…

Key Features:

  • Varied: Nine challenging levels with constantly new, complex and exciting puzzles
  • Multifaceted: Several solutions for each challenge encourage multiple playthroughs
  • Unique: Each of your team members has special skills that affect your approach
  • Clever: Combine the different skills of your team members to reach your destination alive
  • Challenging: Ever combined a flint and a pot? It's hard to even think of trying that!
  • A sight to see: Take a look around off the beaten path and you'll find many interesting things
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Title: Rayon Riddles - Rise of the Goblin King
Genre: Adventure, Strategy
Developer:
Lost The Game Studios
Publisher:
bitComposer Interactive GmbH
Release Date: 11 Nov, 2016


Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or later
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD series card or higher
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

English,German



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Not much to say about this game; it's a silly, jolly puzzle solving game with unique aesthetic and some fun ideas, developed by a small studio who clearly worked hard on it.

You play as a group of up to three goblins, each with their own unique abilities, and use them to solve puzzles. Most are pretty straightforward, though a number have multiple solutions, making it fun to explore and experiment, with a bunch of achievements that encourage finding some of those extra options.

While it has a few outstanding bugs and some performance dips here and there, if you're looking for a casual, fun, easy-going, kinda weird puzzle game, give it a shot!

And if you get stuck, I've completed a guide to all achievements (look for the level completion achievements for brief walkthroughs to each level).

Lastly, thanks to Kyle Bosman of the Easy Allies for introducing me to do this game in his stream. Do yourself a favour and go check him and the other allies out on YouTube!. Not much to say about this game; it's a silly, jolly puzzle solving game with unique aesthetic and some fun ideas, developed by a small studio who clearly worked hard on it.

You play as a group of up to three goblins, each with their own unique abilities, and use them to solve puzzles. Most are pretty straightforward, though a number have multiple solutions, making it fun to explore and experiment, with a bunch of achievements that encourage finding some of those extra options.

While it has a few outstanding bugs and some performance dips here and there, if you're looking for a casual, fun, easy-going, kinda weird puzzle game, give it a shot!

And if you get stuck, I've completed a guide to all achievements (look for the level completion achievements for brief walkthroughs to each level).

Lastly, thanks to Kyle Bosman of the Easy Allies for introducing me to do this game in his stream. Do yourself a favour and go check him and the other allies out on YouTube!. I played this game in my fds home using his account so it should shows 0 hour

pros
- fun
- relaxing
- suitable for all ages
- good balance between puzzle diffculty and experinces

cons
- no checkpoint in each level
- the 1st and 2nd level seems too short, in those level there are many items

advice:
- if there 2 player ccok completion who cook more good food or bad food
- trap that can turn others into ice
- female character. PAID: $2.99 on sale. Good value for the money.
HARDWARE: i5 3570, Win10x64, 16MB, GTX 1070, SSD. Ran smoothly. Load screens might be a little long on a standard HDD.

A demo is available.

A simple, inoffensive and cute puzzle game, in which you control 3 goblins with different abilities to get through a series of story-linked environment puzzles (escape the level by crafting X to fix Y to get past Z kind of thing, with increasing number of steps to get past in each level as the game progresses). The graphics are primitive but deliberately so, with a sort of claymation-esque look to the models though it's a 3D game.

As an adult and experienced gamer, I didn't find it particularly challenging, but it's fun and has some good slapstick humor. There's a narrator who comments on your actions, who sounds a lot like David Warner (Evil from Time Bandits, Jon Irenicus from Baldur's Gate II). He had the presence of mind to correct some of the obvious grammatical errors in the written text, which, based on the type of mistakes, was probably written by a Russian (although the studio is German). The errors are not game-breaking, however, and the text overall carries a nice sense of whimsy.

The game has full controller support, which I found preferable to mouse + keyboard.

Recommended on sale, maybe at full $9.99 price if you're looking to distract the kids.. I played this game in my fds home using his account so it should shows 0 hour

pros
- fun
- relaxing
- suitable for all ages
- good balance between puzzle diffculty and experinces

cons
- no checkpoint in each level
- the 1st and 2nd level seems too short, in those level there are many items

advice:
- if there 2 player ccok completion who cook more good food or bad food
- trap that can turn others into ice
- female character. I played this game in my fds home using his account so it should shows 0 hour

pros
- fun
- relaxing
- suitable for all ages
- good balance between puzzle diffculty and experinces

cons
- no checkpoint in each level
- the 1st and 2nd level seems too short, in those level there are many items

advice:
- if there 2 player ccok completion who cook more good food or bad food
- trap that can turn others into ice
- female character. PAID: $2.99 on sale. Good value for the money.
HARDWARE: i5 3570, Win10x64, 16MB, GTX 1070, SSD. Ran smoothly. Load screens might be a little long on a standard HDD.

A demo is available.

A simple, inoffensive and cute puzzle game, in which you control 3 goblins with different abilities to get through a series of story-linked environment puzzles (escape the level by crafting X to fix Y to get past Z kind of thing, with increasing number of steps to get past in each level as the game progresses). The graphics are primitive but deliberately so, with a sort of claymation-esque look to the models though it's a 3D game.

As an adult and experienced gamer, I didn't find it particularly challenging, but it's fun and has some good slapstick humor. There's a narrator who comments on your actions, who sounds a lot like David Warner (Evil from Time Bandits, Jon Irenicus from Baldur's Gate II). He had the presence of mind to correct some of the obvious grammatical errors in the written text, which, based on the type of mistakes, was probably written by a Russian (although the studio is German). The errors are not game-breaking, however, and the text overall carries a nice sense of whimsy.

The game has full controller support, which I found preferable to mouse + keyboard.

Recommended on sale, maybe at full $9.99 price if you're looking to distract the kids.. Not much to say about this game; it's a silly, jolly puzzle solving game with unique aesthetic and some fun ideas, developed by a small studio who clearly worked hard on it.

You play as a group of up to three goblins, each with their own unique abilities, and use them to solve puzzles. Most are pretty straightforward, though a number have multiple solutions, making it fun to explore and experiment, with a bunch of achievements that encourage finding some of those extra options.

While it has a few outstanding bugs and some performance dips here and there, if you're looking for a casual, fun, easy-going, kinda weird puzzle game, give it a shot!

And if you get stuck, I've completed a guide to all achievements (look for the level completion achievements for brief walkthroughs to each level).

Lastly, thanks to Kyle Bosman of the Easy Allies for introducing me to do this game in his stream. Do yourself a favour and go check him and the other allies out on YouTube!. PAID: $2.99 on sale. Good value for the money.
HARDWARE: i5 3570, Win10x64, 16MB, GTX 1070, SSD. Ran smoothly. Load screens might be a little long on a standard HDD.

A demo is available.

A simple, inoffensive and cute puzzle game, in which you control 3 goblins with different abilities to get through a series of story-linked environment puzzles (escape the level by crafting X to fix Y to get past Z kind of thing, with increasing number of steps to get past in each level as the game progresses). The graphics are primitive but deliberately so, with a sort of claymation-esque look to the models though it's a 3D game.

As an adult and experienced gamer, I didn't find it particularly challenging, but it's fun and has some good slapstick humor. There's a narrator who comments on your actions, who sounds a lot like David Warner (Evil from Time Bandits, Jon Irenicus from Baldur's Gate II). He had the presence of mind to correct some of the obvious grammatical errors in the written text, which, based on the type of mistakes, was probably written by a Russian (although the studio is German). The errors are not game-breaking, however, and the text overall carries a nice sense of whimsy.

The game has full controller support, which I found preferable to mouse + keyboard.

Recommended on sale, maybe at full $9.99 price if you're looking to distract the kids.



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