Forked into i3m, which has since become its own independent project.
A basic side-scroller beat-em-up.
Swings between too-easy and too-hard.
Slash a things and miss a lot. Get hit a lot. Uninstall.
What a shit fighting system. With a fundamental flaw as glaring as this, there's no way in hell I'll play this.
A file manager.
I have the full version and tinkered with it for a bit. Extremely configurable and capable, but I just don't need it. QTTabBar is fine.
A space expansionist 4x game.
The interface is generally sucky, making it hard to figure out what's going on.
A spoiled little girl loses her rich parents and is sent away to live with her reclusive heartbroken (rich) relative.
The story is fairly awful to me, though I can see how this was popular at the time. It has definitely aged, not just in its period but in its language and writing style.
I'll class this as "liked", but I only see this as being good for historical reasons and wouldn't recommend it. I'll also class this as child-friendly, except it's child-friendly in its context: A parent reading to their child in the early 1900s.
NOTE - My cover is different - TODO - photograph it
A tower defense game, but with tanks and more upgrading.
I tried the demo and didn't give it much of a chance. For example, I didn't customize units. I prefer the more sandbox-style of Gratuitous Space Battles.
- From the makers of Gratuitous Space Battles.
The scroll wheel to zoom in/out is backwards.
Something about a crime and lawyers and a court and stuff, but with racism.
Not my thing.
A rather quirky, authentic, band/singer. She sings about all the things she's not.
Fronted by Marina Diamandis, hence the name.
A powerful female-fronted metal band.