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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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I’m looking to put together a wizard Overwatch team. Quickplay and arcade only, most likely. I don’t care for competitive. Let me know if you’re interested and which heroes you play.


P.S. I play Reinhardt and Orisa.

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Is he right? Are we just better off playing board games for actual interesting games?
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There's a wizzie D&D group running right now. There's a thread in this very board about it.


I think he's right about the industry itself. But it's not something that's inherent about board games or video games. At their base, a lot of video games are just board games with a lot of the rulekeeping being automated, and pretty much every board game that exist can be turned into a video game (and will most likely be better)


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>and pretty much every board game that exist can be turned into a video game (and will most likely be better)

no. tabletop games are inherently better because the rules can be adjusted on the fly, and the possibilities for creative lateral thinking are nearly infinite.

if you look at an RPG, and then look at a video game adaptation of that RPG, you will notice that the video game's skill/magic/warfare systems are incredibly simplified because writing "hard rules" that allow wide usage of the fringe benefits of much of the average character's repertoire is impossible. thinking of every single way in which a fireball can possibly interact with the world is statistically impossible, and so video games are enormously and inherently limited compared to a tabletop game.

if you genuinely believe what you said, i do not think that you have ever played a good tabletop game.


My bad, you are right in that regard. When I wrote that I was thinking more about board games that already have hard rules. A video game adaptation of a tabletop game is much more restricted like you said. But a video game adaptation of Descent or Runebound would just be the same game without having to worry about the rules.


Tampering too much with the rules usually ruins it.
Tabletop games also require friends.

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What are some good PSP / DS era emulatable games? Please no touch screen games.
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PSP: Gurumin, ZHP, Valkyria chronicles 2, Jeanne d'arc, Tactics Ogre
DS: Custom robo arena, TWEWY, Advance wars, Scurge: Hive, SMT: Strange journey


I have a vita with cfw and though it was a real piece of work to get it working successfully, it's worth it.
About the psp, well the vita has native emulation and an homebrew allows you to have a complete cfw psp into your vite with homescreen and homebrews.


Monster hunter freedom united and portable 3rd.
God eater isn't bad either, but you can get those on PC now.


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These are for psp that I haven't seen mentioned yet.

Cutesy fairy tale like rpg. The psp one includes all the previous chapters as well. You can get as much or as little into combat as you want (you can individually set party members to autoact.

Phantasy Star Portable 2
If you know Phantasy star online 2, this is that but more clunkier/deliberate/meatier in a good way, like how MHFU is clunkier than MH4U. If you don't know PSO2, then imagine anime in space huddled on top of a vn and a pretty good and responsive game. Needs some time to get used to, but it's pretty a pretty good game and a great timesink. just don't forget to play the story first to unlock the non dropbased outfits and stuff like that. You can also play online (like MHFU) if you make a lobby and do the additional steps.

DJ Max Portable series
Rhythm game. Has a lot of modes usually (4,6,8, some have remixes as well) and an alright selection of tracks as well. Nothing too unique, but it's pretty fun.

Undead Knights
Choose one of 3 characters personal opinions, but If you choose anything other than Remulus, you are a FAGGOT, and devestate a fantasy kingdom. Has a neat zombie turning mechanic where you can turn mooks into zombies that take orders from you. Has some neat gameplay mechanics related to it, like needing a certain amount of zombies to form a bridge for you to walk over gaps or to bring down gigantic enemies. Don't forget the heavy metal that's blasting during gameplay.

It's that platformer flash vidya you played on newgrounds/stickpage a lot.

Ace combat series
There's some not well known entries of ace combat on the psp. Also the previous ones if you use psx.

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Ah, tactics ogre was mentioned before, sorry.

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Does anyone else enjoy playing movie based games? They are usually really short and easy to play, but it feels rewarding beating games so I always liked them. Toy Story 3 is an example of a really good movie game. Most of them are pretty shit though compared to real games. So does anyone have any recommendations for games based on movies?
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G-Force is apparently suprisingly great and I think it just got ported to steam


The one based on the super shitty movie about CG gerbils?


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Also Alien Resurrection for the ps1


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I remember watching this movie when I was 12, and then playing the game later. It's a very fun and addicting game. It's open world that includes character customization, upgrades and unlocks, a fun story, and lots of neat areas to explore.


Same, it was really good. Mini games were really challenging. Would have fucked the cows too.

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Does anyone play Haven and Hearth? It's fun to be a hermit and to steal stuff from Russian's
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i wanna join what do i do


Ok, when you start a new character you start as a spirit. Before you right click on the fire right click on this skull thing next to the graveyard. I'll give you a password to type in to the skull when you are ready. I only can light the beacon for 1 hour so we have to coordinate the time you want to do it.



thats a shit way to join mp but ill tell you when i feel like it, thx
do you have a steam account btw? would make things easier


Yeah. It is a bit silly. I am too paranoid to post the steam profile publicly but I will give it to you if you email me at wizbiz1123@protonmail.com.


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hey wiz… maybe I will too

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Welcome to the first ever /tibg/ - Tibia General on Wizchan!

This will be a large post to allow me to explain the video game to people not acknowledged with this video game. Information on which server the official wiz guild will be on is at the bottom, as well as in game contact information on what character I will be on so that you can reach me.

>what is Tibia

Tibia is a free massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) created by CipSoft. It is one of the oldest MMORPGs and was considered most noteworthy in its early years; however, with the development of MMORPGs, its popularity has grown much slower than other MMORPGs. It was first released in January 1997. Despite it being a free game, players have the option to pay a fee in order to upgrade to a premium account for either a cheap price or in-game gold, granting special in-game benefits, including additional areas to explore, access to vocation promotions, and extra spells.


The gameplay of Tibia involves advancing levels while training to improve skill levels, hunting monsters using weapons and magical spells, gathering treasures, doing quests and exploring the Tibia world. Players interact with each other in character so they can have conversations, trades, and group battles and partake in guilds for more role-playing opportunities. All skills and levels are not capped, and thus, there are NEETs who have spent a long time on the video game reaching levels like 1000. Here, NEETs reign supreme.

>vocations (classes)

The Knight is the melee/tank class of Tibia. Knights are valuable both as lone hunters and as a defensive wall in team hunts. They are capable of drawing aggro from monsters with their signature spell Challenge, and have the highest carrying capacity, allowing them to stack backpacks in their inventory and looting insane amounts of loot, and bringing insane amounts of supplies.

The Paladin is the ranger of Tibia. Paladins are known as the best solo-hunters in the game, due to unmatched single-target dps, high mobility, balanced stats, and high capacity.

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I've created a guild on Faluna.

>how do I join it?

1. Reply to this post with your character's name.
2. Wait for me to invite you into the guild.
3. Go to https://www.tibia.com/community/?subtopic=guilds and choose the world Faluna.
4. Scroll downwards and then click on Wizchan
5. Join!


Ginko the Wizard, if your guild hasnt been deleted yet. Tibia's caught my interest but Im very busy with other games right now, will start grinding towards the end of next week.


sell mace 30gp

I might return to this after 10 years of not playing. Although I don't have my 41 pal anymore even though I recall Cipsofts saying that an account with any 40+ chars will not be deleted even after 10 years of last login


wizes, oh my wizes…why can't we get a high rates server? this is WoW all over again.

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>bought a HOTAS
>too fucking dumb for flight sim games, and I'm stuck at mapping the controls
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I'm not saying I'm not playing Assetto Corsa, Elite: Dangerous and stuff, but sometimes you just want something easier to unwind, have fun a little.
It wouldn't hurt to use the same devices for the same thing, it's not impossible - look at House of Dying Sun.


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>not designed to be fun

what do you mean senpai

so fun is very arbitrary, so i'll list the categories of things i put in the "fun box"

-mechanically complex
-viscerally engaging at least some of the time
-opportunities for improvement, knowledge gain
-cooperative (humans or AI)
-many strategies for success possible
-lots to research, theorycraft, and discuss

most sims fit most of that (at least to me) have you ever tried playing a sim? what did you not find fun about it exactly?


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-Makes me forget I want to die
sims don't.


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ah, that's depressing anon.


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Playing Ace Combat with a flight joystick. Ah, it's the life…

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Does other wizzies have any installments of this series?

Anyone bought the world, or is going to buy the PC version?
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No, it's way too boring. How the fans spend hundreds of hours on these games is beyond me. Once I've killed a monster I don't have much interest in fighting it over and over again.


Tri was my first (due to not being into Sony consoles when I was younger) and I dumped at least a thousands hours into it. Still have fond memories of so many things from it - getting my ass kicked by Barroth early on and having to get people online to carry me through the urgent, fighting Jhen for the first time, encountering Deviljho, and farming Alatreon with cluster bomb gunners sets late game.

3U I got a few years later but I didn't really get into it, probably because I had spent so much time on Tri. 4U, however, I really enjoyed and dumped almost as much time into as Tri, though I stopped playing it after progressing about halfway through G-rank.

World I got last month and I've had more fun with it than I anticipated. Some of the changes do grate on me quite a bit but overall it's still fun. I'm looking forward to the expansion they'll release later this year.


Is having voice chat enable expected from you in MHW? One thing I liked about the 3DS games is online play with no forced chat.


No. Shortcut text commands are enough.


I disabled the voice chat the instant I heard some retards breathing. No one has ever mentioned voice chat either, so I guess no one uses it.

Yeah, but only daily/weekly bounties + events. And hunting missing pets.

Too bad you can't enjoy it, but it is okay.

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I need a comfy 3DS game to keep the feels under control. I thought about pic related (Aika Village also seems interesting), but I haven't played it since 2014 and I heard it was ruined by the amiibo jew. The other options would be Fantasy Life and Story of Seasons/Harvest Moon. Which one do you guys recommend?
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The most fun I had with a GTA since Vice City


>went to my local GameStop recently
>they had a clearance bin of DS games
>the big games like Mario Kart and Zelda were still like $30
>the third party games were on average about $3 and under
>they had the infamous Cory in the house game for $0.25 no joke


Got any decent deal? Like a game that not that popular but still good?


Yeah the first party main games never go below $25 as long as there is a current player base when it comes to nintendo games. It sucks but the games are usually worth it.


I fucking loved Pokemon Diamond back in the day but that’s a DS game not a 3DS game (you can obviously play it on a 3DS though.) I played Pokemon Y and thought it was way too easy. I haven’t played any other 3DS pokemon games and don’t plan to anytime soon. Pilotwings Resort is comfy but it gets boring pretty quickly.

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