Posted on April 24, 2016
The mobile Strike Hack works a bit differently than the Mobile Strike Cheat Code system, both for which you will get an unlimited amount of Gold or an unlimited amount of VIP access, whichever you choose. The Mobile Strike Cheat Code system gives you codes to use at certain stages of the Mobile Strike game in order to get more Gold or VIP access. The Mobile Strike hack tool is an online page that you will need to open and enter your Mobile Strike game’s credentials in and specify your required Gold or VIP Access.
To Use the Mobile Strike Hack you need to browse for a site using the words Mobile Strike hints a few sites will open you can choose which one you would like to use I used “Scottgames” . When you open the site the web page will give you information on how the Mobile Strike hack tool works and there will be an option for you to click on that will be the online hack or hack tool. You will click on this option and a new page will open. On the new page you must enter your Mobile Strike game’s username and the platform that you are using, Windows, Android or IOs, after you have entered these details you will click on connect. When you are connected a page will give you the options to choose the number of Gold, Coins and VIP access that you want, you must enter the amounts that you would like and then click on Generate. The Gold and VIP access will now be automatically be added to your Mobile Strike Game account.
Remember to use the Hack tool wisely and not to overuse and abuse it. This method of hacking is safe and reliable; you can also leave comment on the site if there are any problems with the hack tool.
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Posted on March 15, 2016
It’s a wacky 1996 claymation game, published by DreamWorks. Even its opening is charmingly surrealistic; Swirling clay masses joining together to morph a block, daft towers popping up from it, with weird clay masses forming out of it. Among them is the face of Klaymen, the game’s protagonist.
Simple Game Review
This is what the The Neverhood is about. It’s a goofy clay-made wonderland, perfect for housing the amusingly weird Klaymen, one of it’s very few inhabitants. Throughout the game, you’ll find yourself either laughing wildly at his hilarious behavior, or feeling like squeezing the life out of him, during a particularly tricky puzzle.
Near the beginning of the game, there is a particular berry tree. You only get to know The Neverland’s true spirit once you have Klaymen eat one of the berries. The hilarious effect of the incredibly carbonated berries on Klaymen is one of the most memorable parts of the game.
Regardless of his silliness, Klaymen is actually a very mysterious character. He has nearly no dialogue in the entire game. The only shown signs of intelligence are his expressions. You’ll see him be scared, puzzled, or surprised.
Eventually, whilst playing the game, you’d find yourself in an exasperatingly long passageway. Along the wall, there are seemingly endless stories carved into it. These are “The Neverhood Chronicles”. They do give some back story to the game, but most of them are disconnected and absurd. It’s not at all easy to read them, either, as you can only read a small portion of the wall at a time.
The game’s music may be it’s most mesmerizing element. The words are often nonsensical and the music has an innovative, modern characteristic to it, entirely befitting the game.
The whole game is played using the mouse, providing conveniently simplistic controls. Surprisingly, there are no glitches to found in the game, which is still quite a rarity.
The game isn’t without a fault, of course. Firstly, the cutscenes, albeit beautifully animated and designed, are very pixelated. While that can be blamed on the game’s age, they still are bothersome.
Secondly, after a while of playing the game, the puzzles get insanely abstract. It’s not uncommon to find yourself enjoying the game, when all of a sudden, you’re just stuck. Stuck, and seemingly helpless.
Now, despite these setbacks, the game is still amazing; It’s a classic by all means. There just isn’t a game quite like The Neverhood, anywhere. It’s quirky, over-the-top, and relentlessly captivating.
By all means, The Neverhood is very warmly reccommended.