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Does anyone here play classic board games like backgammon?

Where do you play


FIBS generally yes


Mostly chess and checkers



If anyone wants to play backgammon with me - I play here on the online server.


I used to play chess, and Go using aol and yahoo's game rooms.
Now I don't really have interest in ether games and don't know for sure if their game rooms are still open and populated.


What you liked more, chess or Go?


If it's pure, no changes, I'm playing. EU. Wizard guild? Or close enough, wizard friendly, anti-chad, etc. NEETs will dominate, if we combine our magicks we'll overcome all obstacles.
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I have a level 60 Alliance character on Lights Hope Northdale if anyone wants to do stuff.


Level 20 now. I've been trying to come up with creative ways to beg for money and enjoying myself making people uncomfortable. I've tried selling "shiny red apples" to lvl 60 players and whispering them to buy an apple and hoping they're amused enough to give me some gold. So far the most I got was 5g. Bought myself some 16 slot bags but they're still always full


That one is 30 now, also rolled an alt which is level 10 now.


>>44632 meant for >>44547


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Hey /games/, I'm new to Starcraft. Can anyone explain how I play this game?

I bought Starcraft Remastered, and I want to learn how to play it. Not online, I'm not an online gaming kind of person.

Starcraft 2 feels too "E-Sport", and I didn't exactly like that feel.

Any and all tips are appreciated!


I was never good at Starcraft but I played it for years until I eventually stopped. There's plenty of tutorials and youtube videos on it and I am bad in explaining in general.

When you first click the icon and start the game, you will see a screen where there are multiple options. Then you click the Single Player if you want to play immediately. Then you could click the characters at the up side in order to do campaign mode which is basically just campaign and tutorial. If you want to play with an AI on a custom terrain then you could click on Play Custom. After you click play custom you will see a screen with multiple stuff. You could choose what map you want to play with by clicking files that have map names on them. Then you could choose the race you want to play as and the race of the AIs that you will be fighting against.

After you do all of that you will see the screen where you do the actual game play and the ways you play the game depend on what race you pick. Even through you could technically play without hotkeys it will be very hard to play without it. I personally think Terran is the easiest for early players as it is most "simplest" on how you build in general. But regardless of which race you pick, you have to click and drag to create a green square to select multiple small workers you see from the start. After you do that you could right click on the minerals to start mining and gather resources to do anything. The 3 icons that you see on right top are showing number of minerals and the gas you have. Blue is the minerals and the green stuff are the gas. But the 3rd icon from the left represents population which shows how much population that you could sustain and you could increase that number by building Supply Depots if you are Terran or by building Pylons if you are Protoss(aliens who aren't insects). But if you are the Zerg(insects), you need to build units called Overlords if you want to increase population. There's hotkey for building every building and as it's impossible to size up and down your view, you have to move your perspective through hotkeys and by moving a mouse to the edge. You could send units to see through the fog of war that is represented through darkness and it's one of important factors. But if you are fighting against a computer, computer could know where you are regardless if they sent a scout tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


You could probably still play fighting against computers even without memorizing all the hotkeys as they are dumb. But if you want to become more skilled and comfortable at the game, hotkeys are essential. Managing in general is important along with timing. Computer also had a predictable set of behaviors like producing certain amount of workers and always making a bunker at the small entrance to the base.

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make a post when you finish you latest game.

No succubus on the OP for THIS edition.
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Thanks friend.


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You're no friend of mine


Can two fellow wizards not be friends? Did my hot opinion offend you so much?


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Dragon ball xenoverse

Finished the story mode and it was mediocre to say the least. I partly enjoyed it though, for example, near the end, when Beerus God of destruction was introduced, and the very last part put a smile on my face. Teaming up with Goku to defeat an evil opponent who is threatening to destroy the db timeline felt great.


I don't get your reaction at all. I've only picked up this game because some wizard talked about it in here in 2017. Also >>44224

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Hello fellow Wizards. So we have this guy over on 4channel that is super autistic, spergy af, and a complete downs clown. He gave me hope that I'll never be as autistic as him.

But just today, he released a video where he just 180'd and now is a complete normie.


How the heck did he do that? What pill did he take to be able to just flip a switch and disable his autism? Shit, just check his other videos it's like he was faking the autism this whole time?

Or am I just too autistic to see the obvious?

Warcraft Classic thread I guess.


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what's the most addicting video game you ever played?
I've been playing borderlands 2 non stop for the past couple of months
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What's your prefered type of pokemon?


the gofuckyourslef one


holy shit dude you really want others to fap to this bitch


So does Nintendo.


I thought that was an overwatch character lol

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I've heard people here say in the past they like watching gameplay-only let's plays without any commentary or anything. I can't imagine this being very interesting. I've seen some videos titled "longplays" before, I've used them here and there as a sort of walkthrough.

Anyway, I'm curious to those that do like these sort of videos, do you have any favorite runs?
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For the Thief games I like Plutonia https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuGHKUz3FMcLc5bqxUmol8A. He's does excellent ghost runs for the early Thief games, basically he goes through the whole level without ever been noticed. If you ever tried that yourself you know how much effort and love for those games are invested in those videos.
For the other ones I really don't have a particular link to give you, I will search "game's title no commentary" then check out the best player who did the full game and watch that. The only gaming videos I do watch sometimes that are not longplays with no commentary is a guy called Fernin320, he's on a quest to play every single gb, gbc, gg, gba game out there. As I love those early handhelds myself his channel hits a soft spot for me.

I seem to remember this, thanks.

>Watching random silent gameplay footage isn't much different than staring at the wall in a way

To me it's very different. You know what it is, you know when you're driving somewhere there's all this interesting things to see on the road and the surroundings but you miss out because you need to focus on driving. Well to me watching those videos is like taking the passenger seat, you're not tense and focused on playing and overcoming the obstacles so you can just relax and appreciate the game in a very different level than when you're playing yourself.


There are some other people who attempt to beat a certain console. NESMania comes to mind of one that's actually been completed. All NES games beat in around 5,000 hours I think. A more impressive feat is landail who streams on Twitch (and posts his VODs to Youtube) who is attempting to beat all console released RPGs across all platforms. He is going in order of release date and has beaten over 200 games so far and is up to 1999. He is almost around 5,000 hours so far too. Here is his excel spreadsheet:




>To me it's very different.

That's fine. It might be true for some, such as yourself, but I've never really felt anything similar. For me, unless I'm directly engaged in a hands on fashion with what it is I'm doing (so playing it myself, basically), then the various nice touches & details in the levels or other extra things in the design usually doesn't sink in and fly right by me. Watching another person waddle through a game, no matter how well it is they know it, has always been a very disconnected experience and will, personally speaking, never be a substitute for actually digging into and finishing it in real time for myself. As a result, that's why I almost always keep to watching footage from old stuff I've played already, or the random crap I have no interest in. Like having a TV running in the background with the sound turned off. All the while staring off into space in an unconscious fugue simply because you got nothing better to do. There's exceptions, of course. Pathologic & The Void being two examples.

I actually just remember how I watched, mostly, all of CannibalK9's excellently informative & relaxing playthrough of The Void a long time ago, so just a bit of an addendum, I suppose. I'd still like to play it for myself someday, but sometimes just watching can be a nice half-measure. Especially for weird, esoteric ordeals like the kind Icepick Lodge offers.

CannibalK9's Void playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_wZZ8SaLVU&list=PLB8F47C6867017A55

SulMatul's Pathologic playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5Y4Zjp_5S0&list=PLO6dQRhxbNE8X4VVY7nMEw8bc3DmoV0ev

I do find it odd how I'll often never notice the soundtrack when I'm playing a game. One example of this being beating Hotline Miami 2 and then hearing Le Perv & Roller Mobster a few months later and thinking I was hearing them for the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


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I do walk-through for adventure games like the Sierra ones. eg. King's Quest
Some of the things you have to do is quite cryptic.


Anyone remember the old TechTV/G4 show cinematech?
That was perfection to me. Short bits of well edited gameplay, sometimes with nice music over it.
Gave you a feel for the games but didn't stick around to any one game long enough for it to ever feel boring.

I really liked that show.

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So what do wizards think of this years E3 so far? Nothing remotely interesting so far.
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No, it is just the Asian genes that help him age gracefully.
Same reason Kojima looks like he barely ages.
Though you know once he starts he is going to end up looking old in a flash.


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He's immortal, remember?

Yeah it still irks me you have to pay for this. I remember playing it when it was free and it doesn't really look much better now.


i remember watching the trailer last year and got excited

i don't think i'll be able to run it, but hey maybe i can watch someone else play. that's not normally my thing, and i've never used twitch, but i remember "let's plays" from years and years ago on youtube were a decent source of gameplay for new stuff


Best new games of E3 2019. Agreed?


and what are they?

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I just started training my sex slave in this new grounds game https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/697755. I'm looking for more games like this or simulation games.
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>I will be playing Goblen Walker
that was fun for a while, i forgot about it. i don't think i finished it


I am having CS:GO flashbacks
Who gets this mad over a free game? If you don't like it don't play it rather then have a tantrum over it like a kid


I remember hearing about MonsterGirl Island years ago and figured it must be done by now so I when to check it out.
Nigga still hasn't even come close to finishing and releasing the shit despite making 6 figures to make it. Still only thing publicly released is the first demo. Then there are a few other incomplete demos locked behind his patreon, that he also uses as a main page (because he is to cheap/dumb/lazy to make his own site to centralize everything). It is so bad that most people have dismissed as a scammer despite their being a second demo released like a couple of weeks ago (which is why it is on my mind again). A lot of people suspect he only did so in a effort to milk even more money from patreon pay piggies. That he never actually intends to finish and release the full game because then he can't milk patreon anymore.

Sucks because it looked pretty intresting. I like monstergirls. Oh well.


Tried the Paradise VR demo (basically it is a vr strip club), and I have to say I was totally underwhelmed. It was like being in a strip club in GTA 5, only in vr. The charicter models weren't all that detailed, there was clipping everywhere that took me right out of the experience, and the animations were meh. Add to that many technical problems and very limited interactivity and I was left feeling more bored and annoyed then aroused.
Actually so far every adult VR game I have tired playing so far has sucked in one way or another.
I think I will stick to using the headset to playing legit games and not use it for smut, as everything so far has been a barely functional disappointment.
They should at the very least allow me to adust the settings so I can maximize frame rate stability, but even that is too much to ask in every lewd VR game I have tried.


Actually looking forward to this. The first one was alright, and western studios that put out stuff of quality are rare even today. Might actually spend money on it to support the industry if I "try it" and like what I played.

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