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 on: July 15, 2014, 08:25:21 PM 
Started by Anamiable1 - Last post by Lamkin
No key gets rewarded from that screen. My guess is that you need to check again by the two screens that have little nests with eggs in them.

 22 
 on: July 15, 2014, 08:43:52 AM 
Started by Anamiable1 - Last post by Anamiable1
I bounced the hopper into the horn and they all came popping out, but there was no key rewarded. I have collected 4 keys at this point. This should be my fifth key. I've searched all the branches, and there is nothing

 23 
 on: July 15, 2014, 06:41:37 AM 
Started by RobotJosef - Last post by RobotJosef
Hmmm…. The Chainsmokers……. Let me take a selfie! (get it?)

 24 
 on: July 12, 2014, 05:24:05 PM 
Started by Alex - Last post by Alex

A new Flash Sale has appeared in the North American PlayStation Store. Lasting this weekend only, 28 titles from the PSOne and PS3 eras will be available for only a minuscule $0.99.

The list of games within the Flash Sale are as follows:

Dino Crisis (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Dino Crisis 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Double Dragon Neon (PS3)
Dyad (PS3)
Harvest Moon: Back To Nature (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Legend Of Dragoon (PS3/PSP)
Machinarium (PS3)
Machinarium (PS Vita)

Malicious (PS3)
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD (PS3)
Papo & Yo (PS3)
Syphon Filter (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Syphon Filter 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Syphon Filter 3 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Tekken 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
The Cave (PS3)
Thomas Was Alone (PS3)
Thomas Was Alone (PS Vita)
ToeJam & Earl (PS3)
Twisted Metal: Black (PS3)
Urban Trial Freestyle (PS3)
Urban Trial Freestyle (PS Vita)
Velocity Ultra (PS Vita)
Velocity Ultra (PS3)
Virtual Fighter 2 (PS3)
Wild Arms (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Wild Arms 2 (PS3/PSP/PS Vita)
Worms Revolution (PS3)

Please note that even though Machinarium, Thomas Was Alone, Urban Trial Freestyle, and Velocity Ultra are playable on both the PS3 and PlayStation Vita, they are not cross-buy.


Source: http://www.gamingunion.net/news/11065/psn-flash-sale-features-over-twenty-games-for-under-one-dollar/


 25 
 on: July 09, 2014, 01:34:09 AM 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by Lamkin
@ lamkin:

how did you figure out the technique?
was it just a case where you would:
1)place your first piece in a certain place.
2)see where the opponent places his next piece.
3)quit
4)repeat steps 1 and 2 to see if he placed his 2nd piece in the same place as before?

that's the only way i can see how it could be done.  

Eh, it's been so long that I can't remember. :/

 26 
 on: July 08, 2014, 08:58:59 PM 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by peter tron
yer too clever for your own boots, mr. lamkin Wink

many thanks!

even though i have been "driven" to the forum to locate "clues" as to how i can beat the 5-in-a-row game, i am stubborn enough to see if i can figure it out for myself.

br

baz

 27 
 on: July 08, 2014, 08:46:38 PM 
Started by Horseman - Last post by peter tron
39!
i'm thinking of trying to get my dad into machinarium (he's 61).

 28 
 on: July 08, 2014, 08:44:01 PM 
Started by Joe-SAMA - Last post by peter tron
machinarium is my first, but i have also bought botanicula (?).
that will come soon.

 29 
 on: July 08, 2014, 08:42:58 PM 
Started by Monko - Last post by peter tron
a great cross-section here!

i'm form do-or-die wye in the county of kent (UK).

it was nice to see someone from hull who was 80 years old.
also, someone "fairly" near to me in bromley, kent (still too far to pop round for a cup of tea and some advice if i get stuck!)

 30 
 on: July 08, 2014, 08:24:48 PM 
Started by Lamkin - Last post by peter tron
it is indeed a problem for me.

@ lamkin:

how did you figure out the technique?
was it just a case where you would:
1)place your first piece in a certain place.
2)see where the opponent places his next piece.
3)quit
4)repeat steps 1 and 2 to see if he placed his 2nd piece in the same place as before?

that's the only way i can see how it could be done. 

i realise that it couldn't be unbeatable, but 9 times out of ten my matches end with stalemate.
all the areas on the board completely filled.

i should mention that i have quite mild dyslexia (which could impede some of my progress!).
the other factor is that some people who attempt these puzzles are just not "wired" that way.
i've witnessed some people claiming others are "not using their brain", and their "little sister can do it in ten attempts".
i try my best to not let this arrogant/egotistical attitude get me down but...
at the end of the day, some of us find it more difficult to visualise the same solutions to problems that others do.

EDIT:

i done it (using someone else's technique of placing 3 in a row before the computer decided to stop you.
i alternated between doing that and performing the obligatory defensive moves, and it became much easier.

i think one of the reasons that i never thought to do 3-in-a-row all the time was because i must have thought "he'll just see that a mile away, what's the point?"

i also thought that i would have to forfeit the nuts i had just one, if i decided to play another game (for practice) and then lose it!

thank god that this was not the case :0


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