Achievement printer part 1 • Only Liars Comes Up With Excuses
Look, I won’t lie to you – this was a tough call. Do I yield a little and take one of the 1,450 Steam Achievements that I earned tonight from ‘Achievement printer part 1‘ … a game so independent and lacking in polish that they can’t even be bothered to get punctuation right on their game title? Or do I try and push my luck with Borderlands or jump onto the Xbox and play something from Telltale?
To cut a long story short, I sold out.
It’s been another day of no sleep and an action-packed schedule, so I’m left with not much time in the day for gaming – that, plus I’m keeping my mind sharp (as sharp as possible) for a certification exam tomorrow, so there’s only so much time to distract my delicate little mind.
Truth be told, there’s actually nothing wrong with this little basketball game – I remember playing something similar on Facebook Messenger for a while there, back in the day when Apps and additional features were more of a novelty than they are today – but nonetheless, using your finger to flick a little basketball into a hoop can be quite cathartic. Of course, it has been included in this title much as something to do, rather than the actual purpose of the game. In reality, you can just leave it running and suck-down the 3,006 achievements on offer.
For the most part, there’s not even a whole lot of sense in the achievements (including today’s). Some just link-out to individuals’ Steam profiles, such as:
- Yukina • https://steamcommunity.com/id/Yukina3
- Useless • https://steamcommunity.com/id/UselessGM/
- 123 • https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198344683518/
- tshtxyd • https://steamcommunity.com/id/tshtxyd/
- (whole bunch of emoji) • https://steamcommunity.com/id/babyruok/
(Do yourself a favour and check-out tshtxyd’s Steam Profile for a very innovative use of the screenshot feature!)
Look … am I sorry? No, not really – and I don’t think I can offer much in the way of an excuse seen as I’ve already litigated my decision-making from the time I used Achievement Hunter games so … yeah. It is what it is.
And trust me: I’m looking forward to the warm embrace of a AAA title as much as anyone else is!