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Using cheats for Virtual Families 2

Virtual Families 2 Cheats

Virtual families 2 is one of the most fun, engaging and addictive games I’ve ever come across on my iPhone. The game is so fun that I have spent more money than I’d like to admit on micro transactions. Recently I was doing some research on what the best careers are in Virtual Families 2 and in my search I stumbled upon these Virtual Families 2 Money Cheats. These Virtual Families 2 Cheats I found allowed me to obtain as much money as I wanted in Virtual Families 2 without having to spend any money. Once I found these Virtual Families 2 Cheats I stopped looking at which careers in Virtual Families 2 paid the most money because I didn’t need more money. The cheats had given me all the money I would ever need and if I ever needed more I could just generate more! I decided to just pick a career that seemed fun to me instead of focusing on what paid the most money.

Using cheats to improve gameplay

In Virtual Families 2: Our Dream house a lot of things cost a lot of money and it can be quite tedious to obtain enough money to do what you want. For example, in the game you can have babies. When you’re making babies on Virtual Families 2 you have a chance of getting twins. However, getting twins requires you to have two thousand dollars in the game in order to buy an item called a baby booster. You need 4 of these baby boosters and they cost 500 each and when using all 4 of them you’re not even guaranteed to get twins! Normally getting the money required for the baby booster in Virtual Families 2 is very hard and not getting the desired result is disappointing. However, when you use the cheats you can buy as many baby boosters and try as many times as you want.

That’s just one example of how using cheats in Virtual Families 2 can improve the gameplay experience. There are many more examples. Almost everything in Virtual Families 2 costs money and money is hard to get if you’re not using a money generator.

Are these cheats free to use?

I was wondering the same thing when I first stumbled upon them. After all, why would someone create such a great website and offer it for free? However, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the Virtual Families 2 cheats they offer are available completely for free. I didn’t even have to complete a survey to verify that I was a human. It also worked on both my iPhone and my girlfriend’s Android device.

Also, if you’re wondering whether using Virtual Families 2 Cheats is safe then you can rest assured that they are. I used them about a week ago and my account has not been banned or anything.

Conclusion

In conclusion, there is no reason not to use Virtual families 2 Cheats if you’re a fan of the game. They will make the gameplay much more enjoyable and your bank account will thank you! I only wish I knew about them sooner before spending hundreds of dollars on the game!



Trauma Center: Under the Knife and Much, Much More

Trauma Center: Under the Knife

Trauma Center for the Nintendo DS is unlike any other game on the market, except perhaps the same game for the Wii. This game fully utilizes the touch-screen in a way unrealized by previous developers.
In this game you play Derek Stiles, a young surgeon trying to realize his place in the medical world. At first he is painted as inept and doomed for failure, but when a new form of bioterrorism comes around he finds that he is able to step up to the place and face the problem head on. He is assisted by his knowledgeable surgical assistant Angie, and a host of other doctors.

The game itself is essentially comprised of two parts: a surgical simulator, and an intriguing (and perhaps not too far-fetched) plot. Obviously the surgical simulator does not completely touch base with reality: surgeries are completed in five minutes, there is a magical antibiotic “gel” that seems to be a cure-all, and obviously a two-dimensional surface cannot even begin to compare with a three-dimensional one. But once you get past that completing the surgeries is incredibly fun, and requires a surprising amount of dexterity.

During surgery you are able to use tools such as suturing needles, bandages, and of course, the scalpel. An example of a surgery early in the game is removing tumors from a patients stomach by making an incision, scanning with ultrasound, excising the tumor, draining the fluid, healing the incision, and closing up. Most of the initial surgeries are fairly straightforward, but their difficulty increases as the game delves deep into the plot.

The plot seems to play out slightly like an anime series or something of the sort, which makes sense given that the game was originally developed in Japan. The animation and scene transition style also seems to be in a Japanese style, but not quite as obviously. I was slightly bothered by the anime-like resemblance of the game, because it seemed to encourage some unrealistic plot devices. In addition, because the game became so highly involved in plot-related surgeries, after getting through about 1/3 of the game there are no normal ones left.

Another aspect of the game that I did not really enjoy was the music. There seemed to only be two or three songs, and they got very dull as the game went on, so much so that I frequently had to turn the sound all of the way down. This was disappointing as there were some very cool sound effects during the surgery, and they were a good guideline for whether or not the surgery was going well.

Regardless of these factors Trauma Center: Under the Knife for the Nintendo DS is probably the best game released for the console so far for its gameplay and entertainment value.



Team Fortress 2 Medic: Using Your Other Weapons

Since knowing how to use your weapons properly is vital to becoming a good medic, it’s recommended you get familiar with each one by learning how they were designed to be used. The three main weapons are:
• Medi-Gun

• Bone Saw

• Syringe Gun.

If you are successful at completing the Medic Achievements you also have the opportunity to unlock alternate weapons. Learning to use these weapons properly will help you become more than just a heal bot in the game. You will be able to defend yourself when you’re under attack and even play offensively when the situation calls for it.

Great TF2 medics learn to do more than just stand around with their uber charge on someone. They also know how to get the full potential out of all of their weapons.

Part of playing a great medic in TF2 requires learning to use all of your weapons properly. This also includes the new unlockable weapons that you get from achievements or as a random unlock from playing.

Once you’ve completed the Medic Achievements you can unlock other weapons that can prove to be quite useful. There are thirty-six achievements in all and as a specific number of these are completed one of the three weapons will be unlocked and you can replace it with one of your existing weapons.

The Ubersaw was designed to replace the Bone Saw after the Medic completes twenty-two of the achievements. Each time your Ubersaw makes a hit your meter will charge twenty-five percent. However, you need to be aware that it will swing twenty percent slower than the Bone Saw does.

After completing ten achievements the Blutsauger will be made available to replace the Syringe Gun. It will not allow you to perform any critical hits but for each needle that hits the enemy you will receive three HP’s.

Completing sixteen achievements will unlock the Kritzkrieg weapon, which was designed to replace the Ubercharge. With this weapon you have the ability to give one of your teammates a ten second 100 percent critical hit rate. It doesn’t make you or another player invincible but it will charge faster than the Medi-Gun by twenty-five percent.

The Kritz is often given to soldiers to provide 100% critical rockets and it’s also fun to give to heavies.

Even though these weapons are designed to replace existing weapons you still have the option of switching back and forth between them simply by accessing the menu.



Onslaught:: The Best WiiWare Game

Onslaught is a first person shooter for wiiware developed by Hudson Soft. It is something no one ever imagined, since most wiiware games have to be real simple. At first sight, the games appear to be rushed and poorly developed, but as you advance through the game, things start to change.
You are a soldier who was sent to a planet to check a signal received from a lost ship containing experimental creatures. It has no videos to accompany the narrative, and everything is told through blocks of text. This makes the story poor, and undeveloped, but this is unimportant for this game.

This is a mission-based game. You start with 3 missions to choose from, all of them very clear and simple. It could be reaching certain point, protecting a base, or killing certain enemies. It sounds simple, the objectives are simples, but playing through it is the real challenge.

Before starting a mission, you can customize your game with different features, as could be: changing the position of your army, adjusting the sensibility of the wiimote, adjusting the level of the volume. I consider this to be a nice addition to the game.

Now let’s talk about the gameplay, which is the most prominent feature of the game. Onslaught is an action game, there are no puzzles, it is all about shooting enemies with the wiimote. An amazing experience, I must add, the wiimote is particularly precise in this game, and it is customizable to comply with your needs.

Action is good. If you get too close to an enemy and you kill him, his blood will spill all around your screen blocking your mission, and you will have to repeatedly move the nunchuk in order to get it off. Also, moving the stick repeatedly to any direction will cause the character to perform an evasive movement, which will place him in the desired position. This can be done only a few times.

The graphics are stunning. Not at the level of a normal Wii game, but still to be a wiiware game the graphics are impressive. It is a full 3D game with nice textures, even though the scenarios do not change that much, most of the time it is just pure rock. The same happens with the characters; they are just the same model with some changes. Still, I enjoyed this aspect of the game; this kind of graphics inspires me.

Finally, I must add that the best part of this game is the online feature. I love cooperative games, and this is one of the best cooperatives games I have ever played. Teaming up with some friends and killing an unimaginable number of mutants, while thinking on how to survive, makes this game a must.




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