To make the game playable by people of all skill levels and interests, RAFT has released 5 modes: creative, peaceful, easy, normal, and hard. This way, whether you like to focus on building, fighting RAFT enemies or surviving more, you’ll always find a happy medium. In particular, one mode that takes a little more effort to play is RAFT hard mode.
RAFT by Redbeet Interactive is a survival game where you float on a wooden raft and must face the many threats that approach you. On easy or peaceful mode, they typically won’t be too much of a problem. However, on normal and hard mode, attention to the enemies will be needed because face tanking won’t be a viable option anymore. Paying attention to attack patterns will be important for maximum efficiency when it comes to defeating RAFT enemies.
Games can be expensive. For good reason: it may be because a lot of developers and staff worked on it, it took years to create, or has years of gameplay in it. However, if you’re tight on a budget or are just looking for silly free indie games on Steam to play with your significant other or friends, here’s the perfect list of games to try.
One of the major needs in the game RAFT is satisfying your hunger and thirst. In hard mode, it’s much more intense and involves spending more time preparing food. One of the most effective ways of getting sustenance is converting raw materials into crockpot meals. However, when playing the game, you don’t know what the RAFT recipes are until you find them in crates, barrels, or experimenting with your ingredients. With the many content updates Redbeet Interactive provides for the game, it’s hard to find an updated recipe list. So I’ve compiled them all and will continue to update the […]
We all know I enjoy playing games. When I really like a game and enjoy the aesthetics of it, I can’t help but craft things in real life inspired by in game graphics. If I really love what’s on my screen and it makes me happy to log in, I want to translate that happiness to real life in any way I can. Following up from my Warframe Kubrodon and Vindictus Gnoll plushies, I decided to finally release the patterns for my Warframe Bolarola floof plushie. Some links in this post may contain affiliate links. With no additional cost to […]
Vindictus (마비노기 영웅전) is a Korean f2p MMO that I’ll never forget, because it’s the game that Daniel and I met in. If the game never existed, we wouldn’t happily be married today! It’s also the place where I met many amazing friends who are are still friends to this day (5 years later), even after playing different games. To one of my special friends, I decided to make his beloved snow white gnoll ‘Pancake’, which is also a favourite of another friend’s. The Vindictus gnoll when I played about 3 years ago, had 3 varieties: white, black, and red. […]
One of my recent favourite games to play with Daniel is Warframe. I’m not usually into sci-fi looking games, but the variety of gameplay and literally endless content was what got me hooked. They then released Fortuna, their second ‘open world’, and out came the floofs! I instantly fell in love with the Kubrodon floof and decided I had to have one in real life, so I DIY-ed it.
Being in a long distance relationship is tough. Not only do you lack the joy of just having your significant other with you, but you have to compensate and find other ways of communication and entertainment that you can’t do in person. You can’t just go to the movies or sit on the couch with each other watching TV. You can’t go on cute dates or go travelling together. You can’t stay at home and cook together. At least not while you two are apart. Long distance relationships are hard to keep up and I find that that take a […]
This museum is by far my favourite place in Texas. The National Videogame Museum is the happiest place on earth for me. I can be a nerd, I love games, I love playing them, I love watching game plays, it’s just all around fun for me. I appreciate the history of games and how they’ve evolved and this place is all about that. The other museums like the Dallas Art Museum and Frisco Heritage Museum don’t even compare. I had so much fun here and I’d totally go back again to play more games!