Hideo Kojima is famous for being the driving force behind games such as Metal Gear and Snatcher. But today, we're going to talk about another of his games: Boktai, a quirky little Game Boy Advance title that asked the player to go outside and get some sun.
So Alex's sneaky ScribbleTaku from yesterday was actually Golden Axe. Props to Welbot for guessing it so quickly!
Good luck with today's effort!
Nice work gz - Friday's ScribbleTaku was Age of Empires. The original one, incidentally. I had the game on my mind after the remaster for AOE 1 was announced during the PC Gaming Showcase. It's been an awful long time since I busted out the CD for that game (since you can't buy it digitally these days).
But a new week means a new game. Let's see how you all go.
Casual Prolix was first to pick yesterday's ScribbleTaku, and softgrip chimed in with the icon's exact location. The game is known in some places as Serf City, but I always grew up with the game being called The Settlers. The simulation was never quite my cup of tea - I preferred games like WarCraft where you had direct control over all of the units.
Still, The Settlers was a popular series. Nice job, you two. But let's see how you all go with today's game.
It took Khadaji and kie723 to correctly point out the latest ScribbleTaku: Arcana from the SNES. Kie723 also pointed out that my drawing skills are terrible which ... well, they're right. I'm pretty bad at that sort of stuff.
But let's see if I can do better today - and whether you can guess the game!
So you all remember Wonder Boy 3 pretty clearly. That's nice to see. I actually took the inspiration from the remake, which launches on PC this week, but it upholds the spirit of the original so well that everyone knew where it was coming from. Credit to you and the developers, then.
Let's see how you all go today!
The Amazing World of Gumball is no stranger to video game, anime, and pop culture references. These are common story beats used in other past and current shows. But for the love of everything, please watch the episode, "The Console." It's a Final Fantasy and RPG tribute that's too brilliant to be ignored.