Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Boy and girl fall in love. Boy conceives a host of badass children with girl and together, they head into dungeons and fight off dangerous monsters. Wait, what? Yes, you read that correctly.
If you played Borderlands 2 or any of its DLCs on the PC or other consoles, you’ll have noticed one thing immediately. Borderlands 2 is a massive game. It has a plethora of quests, locations to explore and loot to hunt for.
When the original Lemmings came out back in the day, most modern gamers were not old enough to play video games. It had a fantastic premise where you had to micromanage a bunch of lemmings with different skill sets to complete levels with varying degrees of difficulty.
The Intro: Have you heard the popular phrase “Statistics are sexy?” No? Well, we haven’t heard of it either. That’s because when most of us think of statistics, we think of a bunch of numbers that immediately bring down the energy level of any conversation. Yet, in today’s day and age, we’re surrounded by statistics. They’re inescapable, as a matter of fact. Luckily, a bunch of smart people got together and figured out a way to show us pie-charts and graphs that wasn’t immediately sleep-inducing. The most popular way to display statistics today is called ‘infographics’. Infographics make statistics more palatable, and it might even be said, more entertaining. You would think infographics would be a weird thing to base your game around, but that is exactly what Metrico attempts to do. Game Mechanics: Instead of using traditional platforming elements like ledges and rivers, Metrico uses infographics which morph in response...