Awesome computer games news in 2021? While Team Secret made most of their money via Dota 2 events, Gen.G were making waves in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds scene, where they won three major tournaments including PUBG World Global Championship 2019, which netted them $2.283 million. Heading into 2020, Gen.G also announced their first CS:GO roster, which will compete in North American CS:GO scene. The roster, while not yet established, does hold a lot of potential, and we can expect Gen.G to appear higher up the list comes December 2020, especially considering they also field two strong teams in Overwatch (Seoul Dynasty) and League of Legends (Gen.G).
Gambit Esports won the $400,000 grand prize today at IEM Katowice by defeating Virtus.Pro (VP). This is the biggest win for the organization since their incredible victory over Immortals at PGL Krakow back in 2017. Gambit played four rounds in total at the best-of-five grand finals against VP and won with three consecutive map wins. Gambit Esports worked as a unit, and whenever Sh1ro was not at his best, they filled in for him. That said, the youngster eclipsed Mareks “?YEKINDAR?” Galinskis one of the best performing players in the competition. If the mind-boggling numbers and exceptional performances from the youngster become consistent, he might go all the way and become the best player in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, surpassing Aleksandr “?s1mple?” Kostyliev who has been the best for a while now. A lot of popular Steam games and console titles owe their popularity to sites like Miniclip and Newgrounds, hosts to countless free-to-play titles from small studios with marginal publishing budgets. Few of these success stories ring as true as Superhot, a first-person shooter developed in Unity where time comes to a standstill when you do, giving you plenty of time to form coherent strategies. In a sense, Superhot blends elements of both popular FPS games with turn-based strategy mechanics, for a genuinely unique and fun browser-based experience. Of course, you can always buy it as a full game, too – three, in fact, counting Superhot, its VR version and Superhot: Mind Control Delete.
In Cookie Clicker if you achieve certain goals you’ll get achievements badges and each one of them increases the amount of milk. There are 378 Normal Achievements and 13 Shadow Achievements plus 4 Dungeon Achievements but they are only obtainable in the Dungeons Beta. Normal achievements increase your milk percentage by 4% each to a maximum of 1,512% milk. Shadow achievements do not affect milk. The numbers shown on the tables below represents the normal achievements, which are counted by default. Shadow achievements are uncounted until they are earned, and are then shown as +1. A time and restaurant management game with a kooky story campaign delivered as comic strips. Cooking Dash uses an old-school animation style and satisfying level design to keep you hooked. Cooking Dash ramps up the difficulty as it progresses, but is one of the more relaxing games to switch off to. If you’re after something a little sweeter, Cake Mania Main Street follows on from the Cake Mania Collection, adding in new sweet and savoury favourites. Reprising the role of Jill, you’ll expand across Main Street taking on new shops and attractions to transform the town. Of course, all of this will be through baking and cooking, unlocking levels and dealing with challenging new customers. Cake Mania is a time management game, that combines cheesy dialogue, satisfying timed levels, and colourful treats.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is still coming along, but it looks a while away. In the meantime, Nintendo is reviving Skyward Sword, released in 2011 on the Wii, for the Switch. Skyward Sword HD will run at 60-frames-per-second, enjoy Amiibo support and use the Joy-Cons to control Link’s sword and shield. The World Ends With You was a cult classic on the Nintendo DS and in July, 14 years after its initial release, the game is getting a sequel. Neo: The World Ends With You adds another dimension to the game — literally, it’s now a 3D action RPG game. It’ll be produced by Tetsuya Nomura, of Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy 7 Remake fame, and will launch on both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Find extra info at https://mytrendingstories.com/article/cookie-clicker-achievements. In Overcooked 2 you play as a cartoon chef with the sole aim of fulfilling customer orders by following recipes using the various ingredients, utensils, and gadgets around the kitchen. Simple, right? No. Overcooked 2 ramps up the difficulty with each new level, starting out with one ingredient sushi recipes in a standard kitchen, to careering through the clouds on a burning hot air balloon while managing multiple pizza orders. It also means a lot of teamwork, and communication – so a stack of dirty plates doesn’t build up and cost you precious points. Overcooked 2 doubles down on the platforming elements of the first game, with levels boasting moving sections of kitchen, jumping puzzles, and even conveyor belts. Plus, you can throw ingredients around this time, which saves on time – thank goodness Onion Kingdom doesn’t have food hygiene ratings.
Fair Food Maker is a dynamic game in which you’re not just cooking, but also attending a carnival at the same time. You’ll learn the preparation behind candy apples, cotton candy, ice pops, corn dogs, snow cones, and funnel cakes while playing other carnival classics like frog flip, whack-a-mole, milk bottle toss, and more. This game is a look into what it takes to whip up your favorite fair treats. Crafting corn dogs with this game is particularly fun, because once you’re done making the batter, rolling the dogs in it, and deep-frying them, you can add “attachments,” which means the option of throwing Doritos or onion rings on your dog, or, if you’re in the mood, sunglasses and a mustache. Download Fair Food Maker for free at the App Store. Find more details at https://mytrendingstories.com/.
Pizza is a universally loved food. This Good Pizza Great Pizza app lets you create your own virtual pizzas, fueling the inner chef in you. The user has to run their own Pizza shop with this game, which comes with its own challenges, as the player will eventually understand. What I like about this game is that the developer who made this game personally spent four years in a pizza kitchen, so the experience is going to be pretty much like the real deal. Not to mention, this is one of the cooking games that requires time management. The app description mentions that the gameplay is challenging, so don’t expect to progress through comfortably. The game involves around 80 characters who play customers to your pizza shop. The idea is to get as many people coming in as possible. There are a few equipment upgrades available as well, helping you level up your skills significantly. Naturally, all of the famous pizza toppings are covered in this app, so you can finally make your favorite pepperoni pizza. It’s not heavy on graphics, but the gameplay is pretty great. The game has been installed over 10 million times already, making it a fairly popular offering on the Play Store right now. The app comes with ads and in-app purchases for in-game upgrades.
Runescape tricks in 2021: Harvesting cursed energy is a very easy skilling money-making method that allows you to make over 3 million gold per hour while also training your divination skill in the process. This method takes place in the wilderness at the wilderness volcano so be ware of PKers and people trying to kill you. All you need to do is collect the cursed whisps in the crater and deposit them into the center of the crater to gather cursed energy. You will, however, need to sell this energy to other players, not the grand exchange, to make a profit. A more detailed guide can be found in the video linked below.