Time for a proper #introduction!
Hi, I'm Phil. I'm 25, and live alone in the middle of nowhere in Poland (which in itself is a middle of nowhere).
I play a variety of games, though recently metroidvanias (Bloodstained hype) and platformers (CELESTE.) have dominated. Plus whatever comes out on Switch.
My timesink genres are fighting games (Guilty Gear) and Monster Hunter (my all-time favourite).
And I play FFXIV, so there's that.
Other than that, I like cycling. And wall climbing.
welp, it fucked me up for most of today lol
at least I got the day off work :')
as for why I'm at risk of losing balance in the first place: My arms are literally too slow on their own sometimes, have to involve the rest of the body
I spent just under 15 hours to 100% it, which I reckon is a good amount of Content(tm), too
Ender Lillies is SUCH A GOOD GAME holy shit.
It's a somewhat difficult metroidvania with a beautiful artstyle. I really liked how it shows you which rooms you're still missing items in.
It absolutely nailed the feeling of, like, unfolding forever and you always having ways to go, that satisfying metroidvania progression of starting with an empty map, through stumbling over tons of places you can't get yet, to... finishing it at some point.
it really managed to unsettle me in a few places, too (audio design!)
also you're a frail little girl with stand powers so
honestly I'd make my own, but I have the same problem with my software projects, I lose focus and overengineer without ever getting anything done; the few times I managed to finish a thing (like my Discord bot that is still running and in use on my friends' server) I actually had a plan and stuck to it lmao
tbf I also kicked out every single one that ended up playing me
I play a lot of video games, and occasionally I code things (usually for a living). [he/him]
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