TDF Gaming Highlights – March 2016

Check out the greatest video game highlights from the month of March from TDF Gaming!


Chicken Roadkill – Ben and Ed, Part 1

I set forth trying to conquer the vicious, blade-slinging obstacle courses to aid zombie Ed in his quest to save his pal Ben, but ended up frustrated and foul-mouthed, and became the accidental murderer of several chickens.

So Many ReferencesJack to the FUTURE!, Part 1

In my first dive into fan games, I started out an adorable pixel-version of YouTuber Jacksepticeye on a quest to save the princess and hopefully find new companions along the way. Along the way, Jack and I found plenty a battle and several references to Monty Python that went waaaaay over my head.

You Gotta Bro MeUndertale, Part 11

Ah, there was love in the air when Bumblure and I encountered some bros in our Pacifist run of Undertale. Not to mention the mind-altering discussions we had about technology in the afterlife (GHOST PHONES) and how truly clueless I am at puzzle-solving. Always a fun time.

Have Toast, Will MurderYandere Simulator

Yep, I gave the ubiquitous Yandere Simulator a whirl. Several chocolate octopus treats, murders, a demon summoning, and a piece of toast that won’t go away later, I concluded that this game is just plain weird.

Makeup Challenge – Lurking

This could’ve been a straightforward playthrough of a creepy game, but no, I had to make it even more interesting and bring gobs of makeup into it. I must say, I didn’t do too bad of a job decorating my face, considering I’ve never done it before.

This Story Has EndedLeviathan: The Last Day of the Decade, Part 15

The Leviathan series came to a close, bringing some quasi-resolution to the story of Oliver Vertran, who opted to stay in Kroistham with Julia Raider so friends Darina and Quinsea could escape with Kristian. A suitable ending to a great visual novel, but also one that leaves you thirsting for more.

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