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  1. MLPForums' Pokémon Thread Hello there, and welcome to the MLPForum's Pokemon thread! Pokemon is one of Nintendo's largest franchise's second only to Mario. The games revolve around you training creatures called 'Pokemon'. Pokemon are fantastic animals that can range from reptiles and mammals, to robots, spiritual entities, and beavers. As of Pokemon Black and White, there are 649 known species of Pokemon, not including the various forms many Pokemon can take. Like many popular franchises, the Pokemon games have seen plenty of spin-offs, including the Pokepark series, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series, and the Pokemon Ranger series. Including all the spin-off games, there are 78 Pokemon games in existence, with 2 additional ones in production. So, use this thread to discuss Pokemon games, get help in Mystery Dungeon, get your team rated, battle with someone, tell everyone of your latest nuzlocke run, how Pikachu refuses to pick up the dang apple, or how Whitney's Miltank and Ghestis's Hydreigon are freakin' hacks, this thread is your on stop shop for all things Pokemon.
  2. Ex. I say Talonflame Next poster says Swampert Next poster says Ivysaur Etc. Doesn't matter if it's the Pokémon's primary or secondary typing, as long as one type is super effective against the previous Pokémon's type(s). Ready? I'll start. Chatot
  3. No one I know IRL seems to really care about them, but personally I love them. So I was wondering: Are any of you into board games? If so, which ones do you like? Here's some of the ones I'm into (in no particular order): 1. Tsuro 2. Forbidden Desert 3. Jaipur 4. Robinson Crusoe Adventures on the Cursed Island 5. YINSH 6. Cosmic Encounter 7. Uno (of course) 8. Summoner Wars 9. Gin Rummy (game played with a standard deck of cards) 10. Klondike (a type of solitaire) Additionally, out of curiosity, do any of you happen to have Tabletop Simulator? It's a wonderful platform for online board gaming.
  4. This game is simply you simply post an Mlp episode and the next User has to think of another name for that episode ready go. To where and back again
  5. Eh... okay. Might as well post this. Dunno if it'll be popular or not, but let's give it a shot. Basically a person quotes or gives a somewhat vague picture, description, or video of a reference that someone can guess and give an answer in the next post. Try to refrain from looking anything up. Here's an example: And so forth. Yes, I believe giving a vague picture of someone in your post for someone to figure out what it is counts too. So, let's begin. "Maybe we should call ourselves the Febreeze brothers 'cause we're feel'in so fresh right now."
  6. I'm sure this thread has been posted multiple times, but I figured to give it a new kick start! Anypony here play MTG? What kinds of formats do you like to play? What's your favorite color (or color combination) to play? As for me, I like Commander, and my favorite color combo is UWR, or Jeskai/America. Hoping to chat Magic with anyone here!
  7. Just curious and in the market to try a new game out myself! does anyone here bother to play any video games online, or any mmorpgs :)?
  8. How competitive are you when it comes to something you care about? It can be a game that you enjoy playing, trying to be the best in your class, pretty much anything competitive. Hmm I'd say I'm pretty competitive, but I'm not as hardcore about winning as much as some people I know. If I tried my best and put up a good fight but lost in the end, that's not too bad. I mainly hate losing at something when I know I could've won if I hadn't made some stupid mistake. So what about you guys?
  9. You should all be familiar with the game League of Legends. If not check it out on youtube!So here we can discuss anything about it. What lvl are you, want to join our MLP clan? Need friends?You can all add me if you want too. Im currently playing on EU West.Add: Sir PurrPurrI use to play with Lamii and Freckels, and i enjoy every minute of it.So what do you think of this amazing game?::UPDATE::So a lot of people wanted me to update this post with a few features such as where do everybody on this forum play. I can do that, no problem. But if you want to be on the lest you have to either send me a private message OR quote me.EUW EUE NA
  10. Mirage

    Snow Wars!

    (This is all for fun, a show of affection and admiration, and not to be twisted into something negative please). Equestia is in a state of all out war! Get your forts and allies ready, it's a snow fight to the finish! Throws puffy snowballs at @Twilight Luna & @Sparklefan1234
  11. Despite numerous distractions like travel, coma-inducing Thanksgiving meals, and an intense workout regiment to counteract it all, progress is still being made towards BGP's public prototype launch. There's a lot of little changes being made behind the scenes to turn this into a super smooth operation that can sidestep mistakes of the past and there's still a couple week's worth of problems to solve before we can touch the combat system itself. See the full Patreon Exclusive posts here! Or for now, come checkout a summary of the past month's progress on the Development Blog.
  12. How do you celebrate after you have won a game, or an event? It can be any way, or involve anything. I usually start thinking of the scene in Spongebob where they sing "Sweet Victory". That song suits any win. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAEDQwMtf4o "Now, let's make Squidward proud."
  13. Finished: Open Development, with at least some hours of gameplay and stable: RPGs: Ashes of Equestria: Harmony Eclipsed: Ponyvania: SNES game hacks:I will not provide any links to patched or unpatched ROM. You have to find and search yourself. Filly Fantasy VI: Super Pony All Stars Closed Development My Little Pony: The Game Status Unknown: Smaller games are listed here: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OtherFriendshipIsMagicFanGames Demos: Equestrian Tales Finished: RPG: MLP RPG1 - The Elements of Harmony Flash Player: Ejected from the list (likely to age and/or quality reasons) - Game warnings/Games to avoid: War of Harmony IV MLP RPGMaker game, also avail in Chinese and Russian. Reasons for removing from the lists: Gore & brutality, descriptions of how fillies were beaten, pony homicides incl. shown on screen with blood, and a description from something so much worse I will not share it here with anyone but staff. Apples, Apples Everwhere! & FlutterIsland 1/2 Reasons for removing from the lists: Close to the previous one, meant as a "horror game", this game features pony dieing brutally randomly on screen or finding very bloody remnants of these. Template: Ratings explained & template: Edit: After a short research, the age rating of the US seems to be rather...different than Germany's and I am not sure I will stick to them.
  14. Today's post is a little different and it starts a slightly different series of posts. Today's post isn't a game, but it's still a big box. Anyhow, once upon a time, unofficial "addons" that were sold in stores were a thing, and it was common in the US, Europe and Russia. These "addons" were not authorized by the creators of the games they were for, except for some rare exceptions! The discs themselves usually contained things like utilities, maps, campaigns and, often times, cheats and trainers. They were popular before the days of constant Internet access so more people could enjoy fan-made content. Today's shovelware big box is Stellar Forces for Starcraft. Released in 1998, this particular addon was yanked mere weeks after Micro Star released it. Blizzard sued them and forced them to recall all unsold copies, which were subsequently destroyed. The reason Blizzard had this 'expansion' recalled was that Micro Star's previous expansion for Diablo was of very poor quality and they didn't want this poor quality product associated with their new title. Because the remaining copies were destroyed, copies of this particular Starcraft 'addon' are extremely hard to come by. Discs alone are uncommon, jewel cases with the artwork are even more rare but a complete boxed copy, like mine, is exceedingly rare. This fell into my lap and I didn't even have to pay inordinate amounts of money to get it.
  15. What are they? 1. Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 2. Final Fantasy 6 3. Metal Gear Solid 4. Chrono Trigger 5. Mega Man 2 6. Psychonauts 7. Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II 8. Legend of Mana 9. Star Wars Battlefront II 10. Katamari Damacy
  16. Hi! I'm new here and I wanted to start making pony stuff like apps, games and animations, but I don't know where to start or what programs to use! If you could help me out, I'd really really love that! Thanks lots!
  17. And we continue the Random Game Post series with another very early home PC game: Temple of Apshai. Technically, it's part of the "Dunjeonquest" series of games by Automated Simulations. The series later became an Epyx title. Temple of Apshai was first released all the way back in 1979 for the Commodore PET and the TRS-80! The copy that I have is, obviously, a cassette edition for the Commodore 64, released in 1983. Given that the game was first released in 1979, it does not have much in the way of fancy graphics or sound. It is, however, a very early progenitor of the 'roguelike' branch of games, and is quite similar to the game Rogue, also from the same era. Temple of Apshai is a top down, dungeon crawling game where the player explores a multi-level dungeon filled with monsters and treasures to find and loot, which is like the games of today, albeit more primitive. In terms of games from the earliest days of home PCs, Apshai is up there with Ultima and Wizardry, only a bit less well known.
  18. Today, I bring you a double shot of Random Game Post! The second entry for today's agenda is the unusual HK Chinese game Dragonman! Released in 1999 for Windows by GameOne, Dragonman only saw a release in Hong Kong and in Cantonese and Mandarin. Truth be told, I don't know very much about this game. From what I've been able to find, the game is based on the Dragonman comic series, popular in HK and published by Jade Dynasty. The game looks to be a turn-based RPG, much like Dragon Quest or Final Fantasy, albeit set in the Dragonman universe and told with a "comic expression system" style. Haven't found much else beyond the basics so I'm not sure if it's just ridiculously obscure or never made it to the West.
  19. The rules are simple. Post a picture of a pet and give it to the person above you.
  20. Today's entry is the somewhat underrated point-and-click adventure game: Beneath A Steel Sky. It was first released in 1994 for the Amiga and DOS. The copy I have is actually Argentinian, though I'm not entirely of its release date in that region. The cover art on this one is the variant used for every region except North America for some reason. Not sure why the US got a subpar version of the cover. Anyhow, as stated, it's a point-and-click adventure game, much like those put out by LucasArts and Sierra. Interestingly, it's set in Australia during an alternate future where cities are owned and run by corporations, and the vast technological wasteland titled "The Gap." The story follows a man named Robert and his droid as they search one of the technological cities after his tribe was wiped out. It has a dark, dystopic sci-fi aesthetic and executes it quite well. Highly recommend.
  21. Once there was a pony... continue the story! Rules : Only comment one event per comment You may comment again only if the previous comment is not yours, in other words don't comment twice in a row keep the story consistent if someone else adds to the story it is now part of the story HAVE FUN!!!
  22. Since there was a little bit of EA bashing going on in a couple of threads, I figured it was time to give them a bit of love with one of the games they published from a bygone era - Starflight. Originally released in 1986 for IBM and Tandy computers, it received several releases afterwards, finding its way to DOS, Macintosh, Amiga, C64 and even the Atari ST. And even managed a console release for the Sega Genesis, or Mega Drive for you non-US readers, in 1991. A sequel was released first in 1989. As the title indicates, the game is set in sci-fi space and is a completely non-linear exploration game that progresses through cryptic clues gathered from transmissions from the space port or from successful communications with other alien species. What sets it apart is that the galaxy is unknown and must be explored. There is no order in which this must be done and there is a great deal of freedom in completing the game's over-arcing story. In case anyone's wondering, yes, it is indeed in a vinyl album style cardboard folder. Up until the late 1990s, there wasn't a unified packaging type for PC games. The copy I have is an original IBM/Tandy release from 1986. However, unfortunately, I'm missing the star map that came with it. If you're interested in picking up this game, make sure it has the manual. It's less manual and more galactic guidebook.
  23. Ah, Wizardry. This series, along with Ultima and the Might & Magic series were the early pioneers of the western-style RPG where the focus was more on the player and the elements of fantasy, more than walking through a story. However, the Wizardry series especially, had a great influence on later JRPGs, notably Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord was originally released all the way back in 1981 on the original Apple II! The copies I have, however, came later on. The "PC" version that I have came later in 1984 and my Japanese PC-88 copy in 1985. The game itself, given its age, is a very primitive first person dungeon crawler style game with the RPG elements one would expect from a game of this nature. Additionally, many of the game's elements are controlled through text options rather than through any sort of graphical elements. Even battles themselves are described through text and dialog rather than through anything visual. Perhaps disappointing by today's standards, but the game itself is quite compelling for its time and for its relatively simple nature. The goal for this particular entry into the Wizardry series is to explore the dungeon, collect treasure and gain experience to learn new skills, exactly like later titles in the RPG genre. Like many games, the primary goal is to defeat the arch-wizard who is, of course, the final boss. If you're looking to see the roots of one of the most wildly popular game genres of all time, it's hard to beat Wizardry.