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Portal Knights Free Download Unfitgirl The earth is in ruins, dark forces have literally shattered our world and dismembered it into several floating islands. As brave portal knights, it is now our task to find mystical shard stones and use them to repair magical gates that enable travel in the divided world and healing of the planet. The first disillusionment right at the beginning: The promising basic premise of the intro will remain the only scrap of story in the game that can be discovered in the cooperative sandbox adventure across the world. But history is not everything, after all, at first glance, Portal Knights contains almost all the ingredients that typically characterize an action role-playing game: a character editor with a large selection of beards, three fighter classes (magician, knight and archer), a level system with talents, underground dungeons full of enemies and oversized bosses. But the second disillusionment follows immediately: All these components are only included in the game in a very rudimentary form and at most make up Portal Knights»Roleplay Light «.Let’s start positively: Technically and atmospherically, the diverse island worlds from jungle to snowy landscapes are absolutely successful and worth seeing, whereby the cute, brightly colored and child-friendly monster and world design is certainly a matter of taste. On our journey we encounter a variety of enemy types such as stone golems, rampaging shaman monkeys with blowpipes, poisonous blobs of slime or flying cyclops eyes with a tendency to self-destruct. Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES
We were less enthusiastic about the combat system, which manages without any tactical depth . There are no different hitting techniques, combos or other variance – an evasive roll and a normal attack form the entire repertoire. After every five level increases, we can select a new passive talent, for example to receive increased armor protection or bonuses to certain types of weapons. Only: The battle is not noticeably changed .In addition to the numerous skirmishes with normal opponents, there are exactly three larger bosses in Portal Knights that await our visit on their own small private island. The large, screen-filling opponents are well staged, but also only offer standard game fare. Due to their separate islands, the bosses do not fit organically into the world and in this form appear rather artificial and arbitraryOne typical feature missing from the RPG checklist: the loot! Here Portal Knights dares to break with conventions: Killed enemies do not drop weapons and armor, the loot spiral is replaced by a crafting system. To do this, we use pickaxes and drills to mine resources and materials such as iron, gemstones and coal from all over the world. Renewable substances such as cotton can be grown in your own garden. The islands offer different raw material deposits depending on the climate zone.
A colorful world of blocks
Therefore we have to constantly jump between the worlds to collect the required materials. With the help of the furnace, anvil and workbench, we produce armor , weapons and tools of higher and higher quality . Unlike most crafting games, we don’t have to leave the game to search the internet for building instructions. As a reward in battle and in treasure chests, we find recipes that are permanently in the construction menu after reading them once. Time-consuming and resource-intensive upgrades to implements also increase the list of craftable items. In the triad of fighting, gathering resources and crafting, the game ripples along hour after hour without much tension. Arrived on a new island world, we collect shards until we can fix the next broken portal, step through it and start the process over. There is not much to discover on the procedurally generated islands. As a rule, there are several dungeons on each one Since the game does not have any real loot anyway, visiting these random dungeons is not very lucrative, apart from new recipes and experience points. However, we cannot do without it completely, because the portals to the next world are often underground. A classic quest system that could make exploring the world a little more interesting is noticeably missing. Every now and then we come across isolated, incoherently placed NPCs in the landscape that are missing a certain item or ask us to fight specific monsters. Farming Simulator 22
Very rarely do we find small shops where raw materials or companion animals can be bought with the otherwise completely superfluous gold coins that accumulate in the inventory without any added value in the game. These simply unfinished elements from the role-playing kit do not enrich the world in a playful or narrative way. It’s easy to instantly compare any sandbox-type game with crafting, combat and building elements to Minecraft; many games have tried – to varying degrees of success – to re-create what Mojang’s mammoth franchise has done so well over the last few years. Luckily, though, whilst Portal Knights does have a number of features that will instantly remind you of the Minecraft universe, it actually takes things in a slightly different direction. The world within Portal Knights has been fractured; instead of building and roaming around one giant expanse of land, you are tasked with finding and building portals that will grant you access to new levels. Each level, or world, is already full and alive when you arrive with other humans, shops, farms, mines and enemies making each world seem like a real, new place to visit. Despite this, you can build – or completely rip apart – any of these worlds as you see fit, adding your own blocky skyscrapers or digging down to the eerie void below whenever you like.
I can’t see any loot!
The emphasis of Portal Knights isn’t placed upon building, though; it is instead focused on exploration, crafting materials, and working your way through the game’s story. The game is ‘built’ around RPG-like elements; your character can be one of three classes (Warrior, Ranger, or Mage) and you gain experience points by exploring mines or defeating monsters. These experience points can be used to upgrade certain skills which will improve your combat and exploration, and you’ll also level up throughout, providing you with extra class-specific skills to help with your chosen play-style. It is a strange blend in a way, as spending lots of your time and energy building can feel a little pointless – you’ll soon be moving on to a new world and leaving your current one behind. If you look at it as a nice additional feature, though, it makes a little more sense. The crafting of items to use on your adventure, the harvesting of the materials to do so, and the combat itself all work really nicely, and you’ll likely have a great time exploring the worlds that already exist before you, rather than trying to build features of your own. As well as each world containing various monsters for you to either defeat or run away from, you are occasionally thrown in front of giant bosses with a successful battle being required to progress. Enemies in the game get tougher and tougher as time goes on and, in some cases, they can feel pretty overwhelming. Farming Simulator 2013 Titanium Edition
Dying from these fights doesn’t cause any issues or loss of progress, but it can feel a little frustrating if you are underpowered. To combat this, you’ll likely find yourself doing quite a bit of grinding to gain experience, or searching across the worlds you’ve unlocked for specific materials that can bring you some higher quality armour and weapons, especially if you are playing alone. You see, Portal Knights can either be played completely by yourself, with one other person in local split-screen co-op, or with up to three other players online, and players can drop in and out as they please. The tasks you’ll be completing are the same in every case, but taking on tricky enemies altogether from various angles feels a lot less daunting than going it alone. It isn’t just battles that are shared, though. Every aspect becomes a joint adventure if you team up, meaning that your tasks, rewards and – essentially – the availability of crafting items and supplies from the world you are exploring must be shared between the group. In some ways, playing alone is a much tougher experience as you’ll have to figure everything out yourself and spend an awful lot of time working towards the harder fights. On the flipside to this, though, playing alone means that you have full control over each world and the materials within, therefore allowing you to create the strongest character possible to suit your needs.
Combat is simple and fluid
A combination of the pleasing art-style and incredibly extensive menus and crafting options (which do take some getting used to) give Portal Knights that addictive quality that can result in long hours disappearing without you even realising. We’ve spent many hours simply exploring each new world as we arrive, discovering new materials and mining deep underground to discover exciting, secret treasures. If you have the time to lose yourself in exploration, and especially if you have a friend (or three) that is just as enthusiastic about the game as you, there is every possibility that you’ll find yourself craving more time with the game each time you turn it off. The Switch version of the game offers touchscreen controls should you wish to play the game in Handheld mode (which plays just as well as on the TV), but this is strangely slightly limited; you can use it to cycle through menus and even use your weapons and tools, but you’ll still have to make use of the control stick to aim where your tool will interact with the world, rather than just tapping the block you wish to break open. That, and some pretty lengthy load times when you are travelling between worlds, are the only real faults we found in terms of the game’s execution, though. For the most part (when you have familiarised yourself with the slightly crazy menus), everything runs very smoothly indeed. Farming Simulator 15 Gold Edition
The start of the game tasks you with doing some simple quests to get you acquainted with the controls and concepts of the game. The one snag that I found on this is that while helpful, it does not go into much detail on some advanced crafting. There are certain items you can craft out in the world, such as healing items and portal blocks but some important items can’t be crafted without a workbench. This is fine; however there are other types of items that you can create that are similar to the workbench that you need to make before creating other items. I didn’t realize I could create a furnace, for example, which will allow me to create metal bars, which are needed to craft better armor pieces. Case in point, you need to craft items to be able to craft items so that you can craft better items. Seems a little confusing and at first it was overwhelming. You can lock onto an enemy and fire away. As you are locked on you have a dodge that you can perform so that you escape attacks. As enemies are defeated, materials and money as well as experience are presented. You level up in typical RPG fashion and as you do, points are awarded that can be used to bump up your stats. It could be a bit too simple, however with the crafting and building being a bigger part of the game I was okay with it.
The main objective is to go explore each world and as you do you can collect portal shards which you can craft into portal blocks. These blocks are your key to the next world. There can be a few different portal stations in each world which will take you to different paths on the world map. One great thing about this game is that you can warp to any world you have been to at any time. This comes in handy when you are on the hunt for specific items. A nice little detail that the developers put in is that before going to a world, you can see what types of enemies are there as well as the resources that are most abundant. This makes finding what you are looking for very easy. Another snag that I noticed about crafting, however, is that since there are so many items, your inventory fills up very quickly and you are always managing your stock. I found myself in a few instances where I was on a quest and needed to get an item, but did not have any space left, so you either have to drop what you have or find a shop to sell off some stuff. This entire game can be played in either two player local co-op or four player online co-op. I was thrilled to see that they had both. Once you are online you can jump right into a friend’s world and start exploring together. There are hours of content in this game and it could be a while before I put this down. From the ease of combat, to the colorful worlds, all the way down to the gameplay loop of finding new portals, it’s no wonder that you can see a whole day go by without even knowing it.
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OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) 8450 Triple-Core Processor (3 CPUs), ~2.1GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 470 (1Gb VRAM) / ATI Radeon TM HD 6870 (1Gb VRAM)
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 8 GB available space
Sound Card: On Board
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-8400, 4.0 GHz
Memory: 12 GB RAM
Graphics: Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, 4 GB
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 8 GB available space
Sound Card: On Board
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