Thursday, May 24, 2018

Wonderland - Video Tour and Steam Workshop Release


A week or so ago I finally uploaded my park to Steam Workshop and created a video tour of the park. It has been a long year and a half of playing and working on this park. But now I am finally happy with it to call it done and uploaded it for everyone to enjoy. Feel free to head on over to Steam and download Wonderland HERE.

Mess with the park in any way you see fit. Just if you upload it to Steam Workshop please give credit where it is due. I'd wouldn't mind seeing how others can improve and make Wonderland a better park.

If you rather not download my park and just want to take a look at what I created. Well I produced a video tour I uploaded to YouTube. You can check out the video tour of Wonderland below.


Wonderland was created in the challenge mode, which is basically a play mode where you try to create a park and make money. I think with my next park I'll just create it in the sandbox mode so I don't have to worry about funds. But it will be a while till start a new park. I have plans to play and build a Jurassic Park with the upcoming Jurassic World Evolution game coming out in June 2018. See you then...

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

JBtheGamer's Thoughts On: SUPERHOT


SUPERHOT reminds me of the Matrix movies with the slow-motion combat. The interesting thing is that time always moves slow unless you move or attack. So if you take your time you can basically dodge bullets pretty well. But the challenge increases as more enemies with different weapons come at you. One shot or hit will destroy your enemies, but if you get hit or shot even once you lose and have to start the whole level over. If you complete the level you are rewarded with seeing your progress in real time. Seeing your moves and attacks play out is pretty neat.

In terms of story the game has you play through a campaign that is pretty short. It starts off with a friend sending you a leaked copy of a game called SUPERHOT. As you play and talk with your friend about how awesome this game is, it becomes clear that someone is watching you and tries to stop you from playing. But as you would guess, you can't stop and eventually this mysterious person starts encouraging you to keep playing.

Once you beat the campaign an endless mode unlocks along with challenge mode that has you go through the same levels but with different challenges. There is also a VR version of the game that takes the game to new levels.

I really enjoyed playing SUPERHOT. It is truly a unique take on the slow-motion game play with a bit of rogue-lite elements. There is a stand-alone expansion in the works that comes out later this year and I can't wait to play that as well. Whether you are looking for a quick game to kill time or a killer VR game. I would highly suggest checking out SUPERHOT.

SUPERHOT is available to purchase for Windows, Linux, OSX, PS4, and Xbox One.