Ultimate Game Solutions
Welcome to the Ultimate Game Solutions.
This is a database with walkthroughs for all adventure games. Instead of just copying walkthroughs from others (often with errors), the ones on Ultimate Game Solutions are checked! So I played the game, tested the game and made the walkthroughs myself. Whenever possible the publisher gets a notification with the errors I found in the game (see it as Gamma-tester) and the link to the walkthrough. If you’ve made a game and want me to notify you earlier, contact me to be Beta-tester.
The screenshots you see are the screenshots of the games I played! If applicable, links to the sources are provided. That is a link to the pages where you can find the game (product site from the publisher) or more info about the game (how to get it). So there are no direct-downloads from this site and I also don’t host any games. But if you can’t find one you can always contact me and I’ll see what I can do for you.
Almost one year has passed. No updates on this page but boy, there have been some new walkthroughs added. Today I finished my 720th AGS walkthrough, which is also 75% of the total indexed AGS games. The stats for AGS:
Since it’s not only AGS games I play, it’s one game every 1.2 days! That means that I must have completed all AGS games by this time next year…
Another milestone: today I played AGS-game 500! Not there yet but over half way, I’m getting there slowly but surely. The stats for AGS:
I’m still looking for a few games. If you have the game, more information about them, or know where to download , please contact me. I’m looking for:
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Hooray! One year now and half way the AGS section. A lot has happened in one year. The site was published, a forum was added with spoilerfree hints and a chat-section (still tweaking those) and a lot of solutions have been added.
So, still a lot to do but we’re getting there.
The commercial and free index will be up very soon and then then lists can be completed and updated. You all can contribute there! If you know any adventure games not listed in the index, I’d love to hear it, search them, play them and publish the solution.
The AGS index has now almost 30% completed walkthroughs. That means that over 250 AGS games have been played and documented (apart from several commercial releases). Still a lot to do but there’s considerable progress. Not to mention to keep up with the current productions: 19 new games have been released in the last two weeks (thanks to mags and the latest orow competition with 12 (!) releases.
The forum section is still in production. It’s not going as rapid as I’d hoped but I still have a lot to learn about SMF. The layout is almost as I want it to be so then we can move from comments to real Q&A. Then the database can start to grow and we can start with the human hint system. More about the HumanHints later.
And of course in between games and programming there are the reviews to do for the SSH Blog. At the moment there’s an article in production about the orow games. I do them all in one sice there’s too many to do them separately.
And of course there’s just life… You wouldn’t say but there is… really!
More and more solutions are added to the database daily. The biggest part at the moment comes from the mags competition of which I’m trying to catch up. I’m playing the games of mid 2003 right now.
Apart from the playing, there’s also development going on. Minor details on the front-end (as you might have noticed) and I’m still playing with the looks a bit. I’ve found some sprites to use as shopping guests for the banner and I’m playing a bit with these to see how it works out. You can expect some customers soon.
Also the forum part is 80% finished. I tested a smf installation and when I’m happy with the layout and functionality I’ll publish it online. Then that’s the place to be for your individual questions about the games. Now that’s often being done as a comment and that doesn’t interact very efficiently. More about that later.
The transformation of the site is coming along nicely. The template is working as expected. The background of the banner on top is created (do you recognize the game it’s from?) and you can expect the first shopping guests real soon.
Besides the site-design, the playing also continues of course..
Now it’s just digging, searching and documenting. Eventually there will be a huge AGS archive. The other sections (RON, free, commercial etc) will follow soon. The drafts are already finished….
In the end it should result in one solution:
The Ultimate Game Solution
If you can’t find what you’re looking for don’t despair. I’ve still got tons of walkthroughs to process from the early years so just drop me a line if you’re looking for specifics. I’m sure I can find what you’re searching.
This site is interactive so you can comment on any game you like, tell me if it worked for you or not. But most of all: Have fun!