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Kat Games Photo Hunt

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  • Photo Hunt is a spot the difference game featured on Megatouch game systems, which are coin-operated, touchscreen video games primarily found in bars, restaurants, and taverns. Megatouch games are developed by Merit Entertainment in Bristol, PA.
  • A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck
  • A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result
  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis
  • (game) crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
  • (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
  • (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
  • the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make tea; has the effect of a euphoric stimulant; "in Yemen kat is used daily by 85% of adults"
  • Kat is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zaleszany, within Stalowa Wola County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland. It lies approximately south-west of Zaleszany, north-west of Stalowa Wola, and north of the regional capital Rzeszow.
  • Kat (also often typeset as KAT) is a heavy metal band formed in 1979 in Katowice, Poland. Their music can be categorised as heavy metal, thrash metal and/or black metal, though recently, starting with Mind Cannibals, their sound can be described as black metal-inspired groove metal.
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Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat
Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat
This is one of those games that, while it fails to knock your socks off, is thoroughly enjoyable from beginning to end. Playing as the anatomically improbable Katarina, you roam the sea in a variety of boats and travel by foot over islands filled with forts, monkeys, and pirates. The game includes a story about a secret birthright, a one-eyed bad guy, and some handsome dude whom I call Marquis de la Moustache--you can fill in the blanks. All you really need to know is that you have to wander around collecting stuff and killing giant crabs. This turns out to be surprisingly pleasant, in no small part because of the heroic soundtrack. Dispatching enemies to the sounds of swelling strings and resounding brass is guaranteed to make you feel spiffy. It's like starring in an expertly crafted B movie.
Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat is in fact surprisingly fun given that none of its component parts are all that impressive. The graphics are nothing to write home about, the combat system is ordinary, the characters generic. But everything about the game, even its standard-issue story, has an earnest, irresistible charm. Though there are plenty of battles, the vibe of the game is gentle. After all the bloody, "edgy" games we have seen lately (and believe me, the deluge of blood and edginess has barely begun), there is something refreshingly old-fashioned about a game whose vanquished characters disappear in a discreet poof. With a straight face, the game asks you to collect magic seashells, travel through magic portals, and talk to birdies. I almost found myself looking around for My Little Pony.
The only really annoying thing is Katarina's inability to walk uphill. Here's a woman who can dispatch three pirates simultaneously while doing a backflip, but who can't walk up the gentlest grassy incline. Ascend more than a few feet, and Katrina slides down like a snowboarder. She looks darn sporty doing it, but when you're trying to investigate a burning mansion or some other interesting feature, it's very frustrating.
This game is a good time, even if your socks are still on when you finish. --David Stoesz
Stirring soundtrack
Free-wandering adventure
Straightforward, pick-up-and-play fun
Inability to walk uphill
Awkward camera management
Short (about 20 hours)

In Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat, you'll take to the high seas as fearless pirate Katarina de Leon. You'll master a dozen pirate ships, from a simple gunboat to a massive man-of-war. There are 12 vessels in all, drawn from history and legend. You will discover and explore increasingly dangerous and fantastic island worlds, and develop swordplay skills to defeat evil pirate bands and loot their treasures. The game includes witch doctors, mermaids, mythical beasts, skull apes, and other beings to befriend or battle. The hand-to-hand battle system allows you to swordfight with two-handed combo moves, while ship-to-ship combat lets you to go head-to-head against the computer or another player.

75% (10)
SSBB fake art & costumes 001
SSBB fake art & costumes 001
I took this from a YouTube video. I had to ask Dad how to turn the flash on my camera off. This is my favorite Krystal photo that I've seen so far. I don't have a problem with it, but I wonder why she has a British accent... I am a dedicated fan of Krystal. Until my brother convinced me to put her in the game as playable I didn't know much about her. (I had heard of her though) & NOW I AM GOING TO SLAP SAKURAI ACROSS THE FACE BECAUSE SHE'S JUST A CAMEO IN SSBB! & I'LL ALSO SLAP HIM ACROSS THE FACE FOR NOT THINKING ABOUT MAKING DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT POSSIBLE, THEN PEOPLE MIGHT NOT TALK ABOUT THOSE RUMORS. MAYBE THEN YOU'D GET WHAT YOU WANT FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO WANT DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT TO BECOME AVAILABLE!!! Oh, & about my quest to find Totaka's Song in Wii Sports, I never got to that. I give up easily, ya know? I thought that playing the main theme in slow-mo would reveal that it has Totaka's Song in it, but then I didn't know how to make things go into slow-mo. Anyone know about that? & because the Wii Sports theme having Totaka's Song in it when played in slow-mo, & it being a song in Brawl, would that be the key to finding it in Brawl, or is it just there because the Wii Sports theme had it, & it's hidden somewhere else? (it's like playing Peach's Final Smash music in slow-mo reveals that it sounds like the sky music in SMB3) I'm sorry if that didn't make sense. Let me confirm the Assist Trophies: . Nintendog . Excitebikes . Duck Hunt . Barbara . Urban Champion . Stanley the Bugman . Pauline . Cream the Rabbit . Rouge the Bat . Vector the Crocodile . Espio the Chameleon . Tingle . Dr. Wright . Infantry & Tanks . Sukapon . Muuguru . Lakitu . Knuckle Joe . Joan . Ultimate Chimera . Diskun . Captain Syrup . Wanda . Tamagon . Toad . Hammer Bro. . DK Jr. . Kat & Ana . Ninten . Chibi-Robo . Bubbles . Mike Jones . Boomboxer . Jenna . Muddy Mole* . Ray MK II* . Helirin* . Sothe* . Pegasus Knight* . Duster* . Adeleine* I do not feel like revealing what they all do (I haven't come up with an attack for Chibi-Robo or the ones in the Expansions yet) but know that the Assist Trophies that appeared in Brawl do the same stuff they did in Brawl. * means they are in the Expansions (Yawn, it's 10:45 p.m. now, I'm going to bed. See you tomorrow)
Dear Dean: Having been an outdoor writer, Editor, book author and broadcaster for over 40 years, I've seen and tested countless NEW OUTDOOR PRODUCT INNOVATIONS! Some products are truly innovative and make heading to the field as a sportsman much easier... before, during and after the hunt. Your Big Game Drag Glove is one of those products!!!! On a recent hunt out on the eastern plains of Colorado for antelope, my Kathy Mattoon dropped a big 160 pound plus doe antelope at a lasered distance of 351 yards with a single shot. Great shooting, but the doe dropped like a sack of rocks out in the middle of a recently planted winter wheat field, and there was no way to drive up and retrieve the goat, without doing a lot of damage to this rancher's field. So... out comes the Drag Glove system. While the photos show Kat and her antelope dragging it out by herself, we actually teamed up together and hauled the doe from the field together, using the Drag Gloves. We literally had to drag her nearly 400 yards to get it out of the field, as we didn't want to field dress the animal and leave a nasty looking gut pile out in the field either. Without the Drag Gloves, it would have been nearly impossible for us to get the goat out of the field. Kat weighs 102 pounds... soaking wet, and suffers from a severe back injury. I'm big and burly, but have torn cartilage in both shoulders. Thanks to the Drag Gloves, it took the two of us about 10 minutes to remove the doe from the field to an area where we could do the field dressing and not leave an unsightly mess. Needless to say, the Drag Gloves are now in our field packs for all time to come! Keep up the great work! Andy Lightbody Rocky Mountain Television/Productions Field Editor, Sportsman's News Magazine (Sportsman's Warehouse)

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