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Game Giveaway of the day — Super B-Dino's adventures

A game about the dinosaur Dino - a small dragon.
$0.99 EXPIRED
User rating: 4 (67%) 2 (33%) 10 comments

Super B-Dino's adventures was available as a giveaway on September 9, 2019!

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Super B-Dino's adventures - A game about the dinosaur Dino - a small dragon. Everyone in the world knows that dragons also have enemies and Dino is no exception. Help Dino overcome all the challenges and climb as high as possible.
Jump on the platforms and try not to fall and not encounter terrible monsters under the merry music.
Dino has only 5 lives, take care of them!

System Requirements:

Windows XP and higher

Publisher:

Nekyau Games

Homepage:

https://store.steampowered.com/app/860200/Super_BDinos_adventures/

File Size:

40.1 MB

Price:

$0.99

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Super B-Dino’s Adventures

In Brief
Another Nekyau platformer where you have to get as high as you can before being caught by the monsters that are moving around.
Introduction:
Super B-Dino's adventures - A game about the dinosaur Dino - a small dragon. Everyone in the world knows that dragons also have enemies and Dino is no exception. Help Dino overcome all the challenges and climb as high as possible. Jump on the platforms and try not to fall and not encounter terrible monsters under the merry music.
Dino has only 5 lives, take care of them!
Reference accessed HERE. 7th September 2019
Game play Videos:
You can see several videos of game play HERE and on the Steam store page HERE.
The Game:
This is another of those Nekyau games where you have no options menu and just a play button. The game opens in a small window, but you can increase the window by clicking on the middle button in the top right hand corner of the window. To start the game you can use the LMB and click on the blue PLAY button. To move Dino around use the left and right arrow keys. Dino automatically jumps all the time, so there's no need of a jump key. To close the game down use the X in the top right hand corner of the window. There’s little in the way of any exciting game play with Super B-Dino Adventures and even less variation in backgrounds etc. As you jump higher, the background mountains remain in exactly the same position no matter how high you go.
The game involves you jumping from lower to higher platforms with the aim of getting as high as you can and avoiding touching the various monsters that you'll see on your way up.
There doesn’t appear to be any variation in the game play at all, and the variety of monsters is low, with no bosses (at least I never got far enough to encounter one). The only English review of this game on Steam was negative.
This is a typical Nekyau game, with little game play and an almost impossible task to get very high. I managed to get just over 100 (A challenge to all). You get five lives, which will almost certainly be lost very quickly. I persevered with this game for about 30 minute of game play and countless restarts. The music is appalling and cannot be turned off via the game; you need to turn it off via the windows volume mixer. If I’d seen any Nekyau game with a decent number of levels with some variation and some form of control over options and key bindings, I’d have persevered longer, just to see if there were any boss monsters or different levels; however, as all the monsters did exactly the same thing when you touched them, I wasn’t prepared to waste any more time to see if there were any boss levels included with this game. I can’t even give this a score ...... Sorry, but.......Deleted!
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Endless Space 2 (an atmospheric open world turn based Strategic Space Opera with RPG elements; plus, this weeks Epic freebies are The End is Nigh (a sprawling adventure platformer) and ABZU (a beautiful underwater adventure that evokes the dream of diving). These will change over to Conarium (an atmospheric and chilling Lovecraftian walking simulator horror adventure game worth £15) next Thursday 13th September. . Also, check out Indie Gala for lots of freebies (over 20) HERE for new additions to their developers showcase; recent additions include Land it Rocket (moon lander type game), Poly Golf a simple top down golf game), Pixel Hentai Mosaic (adult content), Five Nations (A futuristic real-time strategy game that follows the events of a mind-bending opera of space about the survival of humanity.) and Snake Eyes Dungeon (a dice based dungeon crawler).

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17)

This is the last time I check for reviews. Yet another blank review placed here by someone who just HAS to be first. Is everyone 12 years old? Why even bother?

Reply   |   Comment by Aliza  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)

Aliza, Whiterabbit is a fellow moderator on here and does this to help us decide if we want the game or not. No need to be rude.

Reply   |   Comment by Anu  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

Anu, I appreciate your reply but anyone can copy paste. Sorry if I sounded rude. I shouldn't have said anything, I should've just ignored reviews.

Reply   |   Comment by Aliza  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)

Aliza,

Hello Aliza, I posted the review last night just after midnight, so I don't understand why you would be seeing no review?

Regarding your comment about anyone can copy paste, well that is true, but the point is that I'm not willing to spend hours writing a review of a game, when I've seen reviews that basically say the same thing as I would. also, its not just a matter of copying and pasting. I still have to play the game first, then research to find appropriate material. Most of the screen captures are my own originals, and if a game is one I really enjoy, I'll post my own thoughts on it as I did today. I always reference other peoples work, which again is an acceptable practice. I'm sure we are all capable of researching the games given away here, but not everyone has the time to do that, which is one of the reasons I post reviews here. Another reason has always been as a thank you to the giveaway team for bringing all these games to us for free.

The links to other material in today's review are to support my comments. If I was being paid to post reviews, things would be different as I would feel duty bound to write original reviews of all the games given away here, but as I'm not paid a penny, posting links to other reviews is in my opinion acceptable. I'm still spending an inordinate amount of time preparing and researching these games as well as adding other information so that anyone who doesn't like the days giveaway can find other free games.

My reviews are usually the first to be posted because I am an administrator on this site and have access to the comments section before it becomes live. I was given this position about 11 years ago when I needed access to reviews I was posting due to typo and grammatical errors, which once posted, were not editable. Because of this I was constantly posting comments asking the then moderator to edit my typos and grammar and sometimes to add extra information about the game being given away. Then, about the time the giveaway project moved to 'weekends only' (around Easter 2008), they gave me access to the administration panel so that i could edit my reviews. By this time my reviews had expanded from a paragraph to several and were more in depth. I then suggested that I moderate the comments and forums, as we did get some trolls and advertisers occasionally and the site wasn't moderated 24/7. So began my moderating on this site. I always try to get a review posted before the games go live, so that the community can see if the game is one they will possibly like; though this isn't always possible. I felt it was important back when the giveaway project first started because many community members were still on internet connections with limited bandwidth. It's not as important now becasue most community members more than likely have unlimited download capabilities, with no extra charges if you download terabytes of data each month.

I did post a comment several weeks ago to say that my reviews would be reduced in size significantly as I was spending an inordinate amount of time playing the games that were to be given away (usually I'd already purchased the game, so could check it out before the game went live) as well as writing the reviews and researching the games that were being given away and also moderating. When the site resumed weekday game giveaways last November, it became too much for me as I also had other responsibilities such as family (especially my two kids as they are at a nexus in their lives and require a lot more support) as well as hobbies and other projects to attend to. I was spending upwards of 4 to 6 hours every day working on these games and moderating here and over in the forums (for free as I am just a volunteer), so many of my other activities were being neglected..

When the site first opened back in 2006, there 'was' an element of 'hey I posted first' from some community members, but I've not seen that behavior for over 12 years now as most of the giveaway community are decent, mature and respectful adults. (though we do still get the occasional troll, but they are totally ignored. You don't see those as the site has included software to filter them out, and once I see them their comments are either deleted or consigned to the spam bin. Only if I approve their comments would the community see them. Most of which you wouldn't want to see as they are usually disgusting in nature.

I hope this clarifies things for you?

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)

Anu, Thanks for your support Anu :)

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Aliza,

"This is the last time I check for reviews."

From the top of the page to the end of the review text [just before the screen shots], took 2 whole strokes of the mouse scroll wheel. Such a tremendous amount of effort wasted when you could be off trolling other sites!

"Why even bother?"

So kindly tell me, why did you?

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

Whiterabbit-uk,
You are welcome - I wouldn't have said a word if it weren't you and just some ridiculous FIRST comment but all of us regular visitors know about your good work and how you are always helpfull - and to be honest I don't understand Aliza's problem.

Reply   |   Comment by Anu  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#3

Well I for one come every day just to read WhiteRabbit's reviews; even if it's a game I am totally uninterested in playing or already have. He does an excellent job, much better than any other site in MHO. So I would suggest if you don't like it, either don't read them or go elsewhere. Been coming here for 11 yrs now and if WR wasn't writing these reviews, I doubt I would still be here. You are lucky you get such good reviews on a site for FREE anything.

Reply   |   Comment by LadyLei  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#2

I've been here since Whiterabbit's typos :)) and always read and appreciated his reviews.

Reply   |   Comment by Anki  –  10 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
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