This is the first quickstart flight that all IYP users are advised to fly. It’s short, and you get used to checklists and ATC. Next up? VFR approaches… and non-towered airports… Take that, EuroFly. That is not a diss on EuroFly, understand this.
I play this new fantasy arcade train simulator from Galaxy Laboratory. Just as with his other games, the music is amazing. Check it out!
EuroFly is the latest audio game. Enjoy this seven hour EuroFly stream, now a podcast!
Okay, admitedly, this really doesn’t progress. I discover, though, that my party is pretty flawed and I need only just one or two of each type of Manamon, not three! of the same type. THus, in part 4, I’ll hopefully will be able to drastically change my party by doing it off-stream and podcast so by the time part 4 arrives, my party will be seficiant.
I try out the recently released Rhythm Rage pack. More coming soon, short and sweet for now.
A very long! Rhythm Rage podcast today!
I start yet another game playthrough, this time
I explore more of this Pokemon-Inspired fully fledged audio RPG from VGStorm. Almost to the first Stadium!
In this podcast, I attempt to demonstrate a brand new audio game put out by VGStorm.
Welcome to my
Crazy Partyreview! In this review, I complete the first world as best as I can, which is called “The Valley”, followed by completing the first battle Gym, “Normal”. The gyms are associated with each battle type.
I’m sorry about the ambiance being too loud in some areas, but all of the important parts–the gameplay, should be understandable enough.
To those that have or use Window Eyes, do not download this game for the moment. launching this game with Window Eyes installed, despite having another supported screen reader loaded, will launch Window Eyes and Window Eyes will intercept keys such as Alt+F4.
Despite this shortcoming that will hopefully be fixed soon, I hope you enjoy the podcast! If you want, join us and discuss the game at the Audio Games forum!