Author Archives: Rick Aguilar
The balls I’m referring to are actually some type of weapon, but you won’t hear that from me or Chris as we’re thrown into the mysterious world of Jurassic Park for the Super Nintendo. My memory of this game is admittedly fuzzy but I do remember that there was a T-Rex at one point. Chris’s memory is also fading, but that’s understandable because he’s never played the game before. Though we start out feeble and afraid, it’s only a matter [...]
Natural Selection 2 from Unknown Worlds is all about strategy, communication, and teamwork. Unfortunately for the Twinfinite staff, we have none of those things. Watch Andy, Yami, and I struggle to stay alive in this first-person shooter where we meet many colorful characters like “_thinking_” and “car”. And, as stated in the title, we use a lot of harsh language, so prepare your little hearts. Do you have a game you’d like to see featured on Twinfinight? Contact me! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: [...]
In this extraordinary episode of SplitScreen, Henry and I venture out into the world of The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past to find the Elder Sahasafralabalagabbins. It takes us some time but we eventually get our bearings and even find our way into the first dungeon. Can we overcome this momentous obstacle in a single episode? Watch us play A Link to the Past and find out for yourself!
Have you ever played a game and wished it were multiplayer? You wanted someone to just plug in a controller and *poof* insta-two player? Well, we at Twinfinite feel for you. We’ve gone ahead and tried to make this pipe dream a reality with our new show SplitScreen. Henry and myself will be playing through The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past side-by-side until we either beat it or give up. Let us know what you think of this [...]
Move over 5th graders, the Twinfinite staff is here to show you up in the browser-based game Everybody Edits. I’m joined by Andy and John-Charles on this episode of Twinfinight where we go from navigating a strange hotel to a labyrinth that belongs in a Saw movie. It’s only a matter of time before we get our bearings in this square arena and become the best players in the entire world. Do you have a game you’d like to [...]
I recently sat down and played the blood-sport PC game Epigenesis with the Twinfinite Staff. Though we agreed that the game was, for the most part, highly unpolished (it is in Alpha, after all), we also agreed that it had a fair bit of potential. The game revolves around the simple idea of taking a ball and putting it through the other team’s goal. This by itself sounds simple, but try accomplishing this while on small platforms hundreds of feet [...]
Welcome to a very packed episode of Twinfinight! Six of us sit down and play the ball-based game Epigenesis from Dead Shark Triplepunch for the PC. Watch as we struggle to figure out basic controls and then blame it on the game when we die. There’s also a lot of profanity, so stay away if you’re faint of heart! Epigenesis is a blood sport. Suspended high above the ground on small platforms, you must outgun and outmaneuver the opposing team in order [...]
I’m not a big fan of scary games to begin with, and I think I am less so after playing Survivors Beta. Survivors is essentially Slender with multiplayer and default Unity 3D assets. Join me and my brother as we venture into the dark woods in search of lists scattered arbitrarily throughout on objects that clearly don’t belong there. How long will we last? Probably not that long. If you have a game you’d like to see on Twinfinight, let [...]
Welcome to Game Mechanic, a new game-design based show hosted by me! If you’re like me, you’ve probably wanted to know what goes on under the hood of your favorite games. Look no further, because I’ve collected all of the nitty-gritty details and put them all in one place for your convenience. Have you ever wondered where that little red bar with the letters “H” and “P” came from? After all, it’s a pretty abstract representation of anything having to do [...]
We’ve heard about this top-down multiplayer game called FORCED and, for no good reason, we decided we should try jumping in blindly on this week’s episode of Twinfinight! Your hosts Henry, Matt, and myself will fight for their lives in the arena as they attempt to figure out simple gameplay mechanics like healing and combat. Can they last for more than two minutes? Watch to find out!