The image probably speaks for itself.
Is there any way I can entice my boarding drone to come back? If I deactivate/reactive it with power allocation it just goes to sleep and wakes up. It can't go anywhere else and it can't do anything useful where it is.
Wow, that's an interesting case.
I'm going to guess that you can actively fire on the room with ships' weapons and then destroy the drone, which would ready it for re-deployment. It's not a fast solution though, and there exists the real possibility that you will have destroyed the enemy before you "free up" the droid.
I recently found a Boarding Drone, but was wondering; do you need a teleporter to teleport the drone onto the enemy ship, or does it automatically spawn at a room in the enemy ship?
Momodora II is a 2D-platformer metroidvania-style game. According to TIGSource, it was inspired by Cave Story. And I'm having trouble with the last boss fight. Warning, spoilers ahead! I'm now at the final room (at least I think it is the final one, it is the one with red stairs and a red chair) and I meet the boss woman (the one with little horns). I can defeat her shadow form, but I don't know how to defeat her second form. All my attacks don't seem to cause any damage to her. Any hints on how to defeat this boss?
Possible Duplicate: How can I beat the final boss in Faster Than Light? I have this ship: To me it seems pretty impossible to win vs Flagship (it's the first flagship I have met) I have tried everything, but with my equipment I can't beat it. Should I start over? (Of course I have a backup of my save file) Note I am on Easy, but this is anything but easy. Without backing up my save, I would hardly have arrived at this stage.
My goal is to beat the final boss so you can ignore reasoning that includes achievements/unlockables/highscores. After reaching the 4th teleporter you can choose to warp to the final level or replay previous levels. When should you choose to replay levels and not warp right to final level? There are plenty of chests and you can farm experience in the last level before the boss. If your goal is to defeat the final boss, is there ever a reason to repeat levels?
Okay, so I've beaten Hard Reset. I heard that there's something called "EX Mode", which would allow me to re-play the game at a more challenging difficulty while keeping all my upgrades. Now I'd like to do this, but I can't really figure out how. After I've beaten the final boss, the credits roll, and from there it's back to the main menu, with the last save file being right before the boss. I've tried simply starting a new game on the same profile, but at a harder difficulty, but that just starts me at zero. How is it done?
My preferred strategy at this point is to use a combination of burst laser and ion to keep enemies' weapons offline, however I seem to run into a lot of problems especially with higher level ships if they have drones. They tend to beat down my shields and if the opposing ship gets a good volley off it can really wreak havoc especially if I am dealing with a boarding party as well. I have tried to keep drone control offline on the enemy ship but it doesn't work as well as weapons suppression (as above). I think this is mostly because drones come back online and begin attacking immediately
I am on my way to the final boss of the entire game. (faceless) I took the boat, of which there is no return. But now I'm starving to death! I cannot rest, as I've no food; I cannot cure anything... defend my team or heal. And my people are 70% weaker. I can still hit a lot on the boss, but I have to get 4 fragments, and once someone dies, it's over. I have the resurrection in my party, which I have... with no way to rest between any encounter. It would be fun to do the final boss, but I cannot in my weakened form, for all my trying. Does anyone know how to acquire food? Trainer/cheat/in-game? Or any
So I'm stuck in the final boss for sonic colors. At the end of the game, I need to press the "y" button really hard. I wanted to know if there's another way of killing the boss without pressing the Y button - my thumb starts to hurt and my hand gets sweaty.
the final boss and die gloriously? Or (as I suspect) is it all a waste of time and should I just hit that Retire button as soon as I know I won't win? ...I'm a big fan of Rogue, so of course I picked up Desktop Dungeons and got into it. I've got a couple victories under my belt, and (of course) a couple losses as well. One thing I'm wondering is about those losses. Once I've gotten to a point in a dungeon where I know that I'm not going to be able to beat the boss, what should I do? As in, is there any difference? There's some kind of a score