Co-Op/4 Player Games Month 1

I know I know, you guys are probably like “Leejay you promised this post almost a millennia ago!” and you’re absolutely right. But i still have to do it now that im getting on my PC more often. So Low and Behold THE FIRST COOP GAME POST OF THE MONTH OF… what month is it again? Oh yea……. APRIL!!!!!

LETHAL LEAGUE!

Now what is “Lethal League” and why is it so special you ask? Well its a rootin tootin’ butt kickin’ ping pong-esque game. It’s alot like if wall ball and tennis were to make a digital baby and get released as an indie game. The aim of the game is to hit the ball and not get hit by the ball. As simple as that… or is it? Just like pong each subsequent hit speeds up the ball until it becomes the speed of blur. And the music is intense is a good way! And each character has unique taunts, and special abilities that can give you that little push you need!

 

The game is actually really fun and addicting, and especially great to play with friends. Up to 4 people can play at once. You can get it at a well worth it price of $13.99 or wait till its on sale and get a 4 pack for you and friends.

Steam Source

Video

GSA Game Night Feb 24th

On February 24th, the next GSA game night will take place.

Our current gamenight schedule, also posted at the Official GSA Competition page:

February 24th: GSA Gamenight.

March 3rd: GSA Gamenight.

March 10th: No Gamenight .

March 17th: GSA Gamenight.

March 24th: GSA Gamenight.


Gameplay will be dynamic and will be based on votes cast on the GSA chat. The list of maps to be voted on are listed below.

The playlist for February 24th is as follows:

Round 1:
Doomwrath-Rapidfire
K2shape-tunnels
blue---rail zone
Round 2:
Ashgabat-RailWars
Noir Line-Infection
deadlytiger-abridge

Round 3:
Raffine-UrbanWar
Cahir-Half_Life
Reject-PoH

Round 4:
Baraka-Survive
Nyove-Rocket
x death-realwar

Round 5:
TehSwordNinja-Realwar_Mp
stryde-railwars
Neutral-i04

Round 6:
blue---elite arena
Ashgabat-RailWars
Ustopable-GP

Round 7:
ChemicalX-Sniper
Silent Phoenix-OS
Skound-Undead

Wishing you guys lots of fun tomorrow.

Pzk

Carnage report, January 27th

am i the only one making posts now? wot the fok, guys.

Ahem. Hello, and welcome to another carnage report.

Last night we had plenty of participants, and played a few games, spanning over a little over four hours total.


Our first round was a close quarters, free for all slaughterhouse, a map created by one of our honored guests, K2shape. Visitors from the California servers came and went, but our participants quickly racked up a massive kill count.

Ultimately, K2shape won round 1, quickly reaching a goal of 100 kills.

Round 1 score:

1 K2Shape: 100
2 Shadows end: 73
3 MyLeslin: 58
4 Jonb7: 39
5 Pzk: 13

(A grand total of 283, not counting the uncounted visitors from the server.)

After 100, K2 left, and we went for another round. For round 2, we went for a classic.


One again a free for all, absolute chaos ensued on this map. The sound of gunfire constantly echoed in all corners of the map, with kills galore. Axel joined us, and quickly dominated the match, reaching over 250 kills, with Pzk and Shadow following closely.

We even met some potential recruits.

Round 2 score:

1 Axel: 258
2 Pzk: 236
3 Shadows end: 214
4 Jaxon: 137
5 Jonb7: 100
6 Silent Tiger: 19

(A total of 964 not counting some visitors from the server.)

After this glorious chaos, things calmed down a bit. We ended the night with a few special duels…


Outside Space

(No preview was available.)

Two duels were held on this map, to settle the finale of the game night. First, myself and Pzk, and visitors from the server, in an intense battle of wits and reflexes.

The first duel's score:
The Pzk: 31
Jonb7: 25

At this, Pzk gained first place over Shadow, and Axel decided to play one last round. It was another intense battle, putting us both to the test. In the end, Axel dominated the game night.

The second duel's score:
Axel: 80
Jonb7: 58

Overall, it was a great night. Four long rounds, and tons of insanity.

Final score:

1 - Axel: 338
2 - Shadows end: 287
3 - Pzk: 280
4 - Jonb7: 222
5 - Jaxon: 137
6 - K2shape: 100
7 - Lege: 58
8 - Silent Tiger: 19

(The total score for the entire game night, of the recorded participants, totals at 1441 kills.)


Axel is hereby crowned the Carnage master for this week.

I’d like to thank you all for coming, and, I hope to see you next week, as Axel defends his title from the coming challengers.

~See you next time around

Jonb7's signature (NBG)

Monthly Games

I think I’ll join Night in showcasing a game. I’ll be doing it once a month, but I’ll focus on squad/co-op games. Where you can just grab 2 or 3 friends and play against or with eachother. Games like left 4 dead, Payday, etc. I’ll also focus on MMO’s that are fun and can grab a few people people to grind with. Tonight I’ll focus on a game called Lethal League. Since I’m not at a computer atm I’ll make the post later tonight.

~Your friend and Alloy
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Governors

 I would like to begin a process of appointing specific Governors of specific platforms and/or games. As governor, the person appointed will be expected to regularly play the game/console he is appointed over, and to regularly organize play sessions with other members when possible to encourage continued gaming and recruitment. If you desire to be placed in this position, please comment and state what you would like to Govern and it will be decided upon at a later date. 

The Plan.

The plan as it stands, is as follows:

1. Go through the site and renovate it. Removing anything that is strictly pb2 roleplay based. Including renovation of the laws and the removal of laws that will no longer apply to us in our new expansion.

2. Attempt to expand into as many gaming communities as possible without over-exerting ourselves. This means we play games together on steam, in-browser, and even on console. Anything and everything.

3. Divide the members list into 3 sub categories, those of us whom play In-browser, the ones who play console, and the ones who play the steam/download games. (Keep in mind that the Administrators have authority over all of these groups, even if they don’t play in that group very often. If you’re in GSA, then you are subject to GSA government.)

Please give feedback. If insufficient complaints are received, then this will become set in stone.