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Fire: Ungh's Quest (Windows 10) 75% off was £2.49 now 62p @ Windows Store

£0.62 @ Microsoft (Microsoft Store)
Crazy low price on this nice puzzle game. 1000G of very easy achievements for those folk who are into that kind of thing (like me!) Description FIRE is a puzzleventure with intuitive puzzle design… Read More
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Crazy low price on this nice puzzle game. 1000G of very easy achievements for those folk who are into that kind of thing (like me!)

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FIRE is a puzzleventure with intuitive puzzle design. Without losing many words it tells a savagely hilarious story. Journey into the Stone Age and face the most challenging task of this era: The search for fire!

This story's hero is the lovably chaotic Neanderthal Ungh who dozes off during his very first night watch. The next morning, the catastrophe ensues: the fire's gone out and Ungh is banished from his village. Now you have to help Ungh finding a new flame, searching every corner of the Stone Age world. No matter if he has to search the insides of a dinosaur, smoldering volcanoes or even through time itself, there is no place Ungh wouldn't look for new fire.

One click or swipe and your environment comes to life. A small dash of logic and you'll be able to solve any puzzle and there will be no limit to your exploratory spirit while interacting with the game's world: fire coconuts from a mammoth's trunk, turn into an animal or save the fair maiden from the Octo-Boss' grasp.
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#1
heatlight
Crazy low price on this nice puzzle game. 1000G of very easy achievements for those folk who are into that kind of thing (like me!)
How easy we talking (_;)
#2
slayermatt
heatlight
Crazy low price on this nice puzzle game. 1000G of very easy achievements for those folk who are into that kind of thing (like me!)
How easy we talking (_;)

Ha! Using a walkthrough you're looking at around two hours for a full completion. It's a decent game though, so it's worth playing through on your own first.
#3
Good price.
#4
slayermatt
heatlight
Crazy low price on this nice puzzle game. 1000G of very easy achievements for those folk who are into that kind of thing (like me!)
How easy we talking (_;)
very easy.. have 1000g on this. There are guides online you can't not get them following them.
#5
nice, this should help me break the 100,000 gs barrier! Heat!
#6
Can you play this on xboxone?
#7
forgive my ignorance but what's the point in getting 1000g of achievements? Not sure I understand the appeal.
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math5871
Can you play this on xboxone?

Nope, it's just for Windows 10.


jsty3105
forgive my ignorance but what's the point in getting 1000g of achievements? Not sure I understand the appeal.

I'll take this one, I have plenty of experience defending my 400,000+ GamerScore. People game in different ways, so you'll find that some folk like to play Call Of Duty exclusively to try to get their K/D ratio up. Some people play games repeatedly in pursuit of a big high score. And some, like me, play for the G's.

That doesn't mean we don't enjoy the games themselves (although I've played some dross just for the score). But part of the fun for me these days is seeking out achievements, looking for the quickest route to getting them all and watching those achievements pop. It's like one massive high score competition. The achievement community on sites like TrueAchievements are engaging and friendly, frequently adding competitions and things to keep it interesting. Some days I'll spend hours just poring over stats, league tables and such.

I get that it isn't for everyone, I see you're a Nintendo fan so probably haven't had much experience with achievements anyway, but from the moment I first heard that special sound I was hooked. People call it sad just playing for points, but I just say it's a different way to game. If it keeps me (and many others) entertained then what harm does that do? :)
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heatlight
(although I've played some dross just for the score).

Hannah Montana & My Horse and Me 2 1000G club for life! :p
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heatlight
jsty3105
forgive my ignorance but what's the point in getting 1000g of achievements? Not sure I understand the appeal.
... It's like one massive high score competition...

That sentence helps me get the appeal instantly ;)

Thanks for the explanation - it's been a major head scratcher. There are achievements in Nintendo's 3DS through the streetpass system - they just don't call them achievements (so the media doesn't call them that either).

And I've got a lot of games on Steam and other PC services as I'm primarily a PC/Nintendo gamer. But still never understood the appeal.



Edited By: jsty3105 on Nov 23, 2016 11:50
#11
Vladimir
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(although I've played some dross just for the score).
Hannah Montana & My Horse and Me 2 1000G club for life! :p

o/

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