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Witches 2 Giveaway

Game Giveaway of the day — Witches 2

Kill as many witches as possible.
User rating: 11 (61%) 7 (39%) 7 comments

Witches 2 was available as a giveaway on September 9, 2020!

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Repair all the buildings and get people to move back into your town!

The village is completely submerged in fog. It's witch night. You and the other mercenaries have begun the hunt. The first witch appeared from behind the house. Kill as many witches as possible.

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71.2 MB



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Witches 2
In Brief
A first/third person shooter using the Unity engine. The aim of the game is to survive as long as you can without dying. You can see a video of game play HERE
It looks remarkably similar to all the games we've received recently from Jurij (i.e. Danger Desert and Dangerous Robots) as well as from another game called Awful Ruines 2 from a developer called Yurij, (I suspect Yurij and Jurij are the same developer, but I may be mistaken)?
The Game
Witches 2 is virtually the same as yesterdays dangerous robots with respect to game play; the only things that have changed are the environment. Instead of a war ravaged town you are in a creepy, mist filled tree filled environment with lots of chain link fences and instead of robots you have witches that appear to float off the ground. You have the same weapons, i.e. ''You have nine weapons and a torch. Scroll through your weapons using the mouse wheel or the number keys. Weapons include at least 4 rifles, including a scoped sniper rifle (the rest use iron sights), a shotgun, pistol, bow, katana and knife, plus a torch''.
Ammo can be picked up when found (usually near the dead bodies of soldiers) by placing your cursor over the item to be picked up (different weapons and health packs or bunches of arrows) When a hand appears press the F button. There are some changes for example you can increase your health above 100 in this game, whereas yesterdays you could only go as high as 100.
You magazine and amount of ammo you have left is indicated in the bottom left of your screen. Press F1 to see all the key bindings available. These include the usual movement keys (though you can also use the arrow keys to move) as well as leaning left or right (Q & E), Space to jump, T for bullet time (where you go slo mo), V for melee attack, though if your weapon runs out of ammo you automatically use the melee attack until you've switched weapons. Using the middle mouse button takes you to a third person viewpoint, but you cannot see you character or your weapon.
I'd say exactly the same as I said for yesterdays game, i.e. ''If I kept this game I very much doubt I'd ever boot it up again, so it'll be consigned to the recycle bin instead. :). That said; if you don't own many first person shooters, try it out; you may enjoy it in short stints. ;)''. There are some glitches, for example see the fourth image. Running into a corner I was able to stay out of reach of the witches, but i couldn't shoot them either. If you look closely above the head of one of the witches you can see bullet imprints (black circles), that had no effect apart from wasting ammo. The third person viewpoint also seems glitched as your weapon and body disappear.









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Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

As a player that played First Person 3D Shooters since Wolfenstein 3D, Heretic and Doom I must say: really painful for me to watch the Demo-Video,
What a cheap game..... imho, real scrap...

Reply   |   Comment by Your Googles  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Your Googles,

Totally agree. I too played all of those early shooters and although by today's standards the graphics are pretty pixelated; at the time they were amazing; plus you got some amazing and sometimes challenging levels to work thorough. I still jump into the first couple of doom games, but no longer have a copy of Wolfenstein 3D (it was on a floppy disk)

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Whiterabbit-uk, You can still get the old but brilliant games if you do a search of the net. Fortunately I still have all my originals many in their original packaging which I will never dispose of, all copied and packed away only coming out when I want to load onto an old machine from the days when computing was fun. Amazing to think many of these excellent games came on one or two 1.44mb floppy disks when today for some reason they range from about 50mb up to many Gbs yet are often very disappointing as this one appears to be,

Reply   |   Comment by Tony  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)


I threw all my old floppies and cassette games as well as some early CD based games away when we had an house extension back in 2006. They all went into a skip together with a few older computers with less than 2GHz cpu's as well as my original table top 286 and a later 386 model; the latter only had 4MB of RAM and a 25MHz CPU, but ran games like Darklands that came on 11 floppy's (released 1992) perfectly. I regret throwing the games away now as at the time I didn't realise you could buy peripherals that could plug into your computer such as cassette players for the hundreds of games I had on cassette and the original floppy disks.

I'm hoping that many of my old favorites will eventually be re released and re skinned with the latest game engines; with nothing changed apart from the graphics. One of my all time favorite RPG's for example (mentioned above) i.e Darklands (Set during the Holy Roman Empire during the 15th century) is still in my opinion one of the best RPG ever created and would easily outshine one of my other favorite RPG's 'The Elder Scrolls Online. There does seem to be a move towards re releasing older titles as many older gamers are dissatisfied with the latest crop of games being released (though there are still some good developers who are not just interested in the money side but want to release decent games and once release continue to support them for example a First Person adventure /shooter called Generation Zero and a 2D sub sim called Barotrauma. I've been playing Generation Zero since April and have already accrued around 270 hour of game play. I've even persuaded four friends to buy the game and of the ones who are playing it cooperatively with me, love it as well. (I also have over eight and a half thousand hours on The Elder Scrolls Online since its release back in 2014, and that's not counting my beta participation). Sadly most of the big AAA developers seem to be just in it for the money and not for the love of the game.

I think the financial crisis of 2008 put a big dent into the gaming industry, when casual games suddenly dropped in price significantly (from an average of $19.99 to around $4 to $6) and the prices of AAA games stagnated for over a decade, resulting in games being released with a lot of content missing as they then released that content as DLC's for example the Call of Duty Franchise. If you check the prices, you could be paying hundreds of dollars f you wanted all of the DC for each release, though many of those DLC's were just skins for weapons, most of which were to give online players a different look and didn't actually add anything to the game play.. If you look at some of the sim games for example the Train Simulator there's 600 DLC's now available with many having been taken off the market and totals several thousand pounds just for one game.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Whiterabbit-uk, Very interesting reply. I set out to keep an example of every machine I've ever owned plus a few more as varied as VIC-20s & 64s to 8088, 8086, 286 through 486 to my all time favourite 486 DX2 I even had a DX4 but sold because of its rarity and the price I was offered. I have a few pentium's but they don't seem to have that old time attraction of the original 386 & 486. Call me old fashioned but I love the old games and getting down and dirty with DOS where one seemed more in control than one can ever be with modern machines for all their professed power. I normally reside in the UK but am in the Philippines at the moment and have no more than a laptop to play with :-(

Reply   |   Comment by Tony  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Hi, Stephen!
I imagine both "jurij" and "yurij" are variations of "Yuri" written in German: I had a friend whose name was written that way because he was born in Germany (he changed it to "Yuri" because nobody here knew how to pronounce it).

Reply   |   Comment by alexyu  –  4 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
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