Friday, April 15, 2011

My Second Last Post: Searching through the Internet for New Games

My Com125 Blog posting is almost over, that's a great piece of news to me so I decided to slack a little, and do a write up on a particular game which I am currently crazy about, which of course I found on the Internet.

I am not sure if you heard about this game, but from what I know, it is a little old, and it is called Swords and Scandals 2. I chanced upon this game by accident; I was looking for Diner Dash, but this popped up in my search on Google so out of curiosity, I clicked on the link and ended up getting myself addicted to this, hahaha.

If you haven't got a clue what this game is about, I suggest you watch this clip from a match in the gladiator arena between your gladiator and your computer controlled gladiator.

As I was reading through the experiences of other players for this game to see what skills I have to upgrade to improve my gladiator's performance level for every tournament round(s) in which there would be a boss in-charge of that particular level; you would have to beat him if you want to advance to the next, but please note that each boss has a specialty (e.g. agility, strength, magicka, defence, etc.) and are stronger than the ones you faced before/in the previous round(s).

In the first few rounds, I was so frustrated due to my inability to overcome the First Tournament Head "John the Butcher" that I searched the entire web for cheat codes which could allow me to gain limitless points for upgrades. After searching for a short while, guess what? I found a site which guided players to install the "cheating system". Check out the link for more information

I truly appreciate what the Internet has given me-fast information, quick searches, free downloads and games, the list seems endless. The Internet has allowed me to enjoy a wide range free games without having to buy any of them, and because of all these benefits presented to me I can't deny the fact that I love the Internet. I sure hope it does not disappear in the near future.

No comments:

Post a Comment