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#1 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 12:15 AM

07/17/13 - Going to making a lot of changes - for the mean time - go here while I fix this thread up - http://freeandlegalp....wordpress.com/


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#2 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 01:17 AM

Free PC Gaming Bundles/Game Competitions

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#3 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 01:22 AM

Sources

Below is a list of sites where I get some of the free games that I post and play.




Not Free Games But Free Stuff That Makes PC Gaming More Awesome!


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#4 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 01:26 AM

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is your philosophy?

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Q: Why do you prefer to play freeware and f2p PC games?

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Q: What were the "nasty" trends?

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Q: OK, I can understand that. But isn't going only freeware and f2p extreme?

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Q: Retail markets have changed on the PC considerably, though. Look at the success of STEAM, GOG and Humble Bundle. Aren't those companies doing great things you can get behind with your $? A lot of games are sometimes for sales under $5 or "pay what you want" with DRM and such.

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Q: If I find a game on your list that is not free and legal will you take it down?

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Q: Do you ever donate?

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Q: I've noticed that when you are on STEAM/Raptr/Xfire you're playing a lot of retails games that are not free...What's up with that?

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Have a question you want to ask? PM or Post It! I'll look it over and add it. Let me know if you want your name shown or hidden.


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#5 crystalklear64

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 01:55 AM

decent showings from the rpg, fps, and racing genre you have there. i submit to you Albatross18 for a sports game (i think its back to being called Pangya now) for a free Hot Shots golf style game complete with special shots. Give it a look if you haven't already.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PangYa

Also, while I'm not personally a fan, League of Legends is a free DotA styled game for something in the "kind of an RTS" genre.
http://en.wikipedia....ague_of_Legends

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#6 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 02:00 AM

decent showings from the rpg, fps, and racing genre you have there. i submit to you Albatross18 for a sports game (i think its back to being called Pangya now) for a free Hot Shots golf style game complete with special shots. Give it a look if you haven't already.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PangYa

Also, while I'm not personally a fan, League of Legends is a free DotA styled game for something in the "kind of an RTS" genre.
http://en.wikipedia....ague_of_Legends


Not a video game sports fan (I play the sports in RL though) but I will give it a shot.

I been doing volunteer work at a program for at risk and runaway children for many years. Besides homework I assist with the IT department that uses donated computers. Since there is little funding I have the honor of looking for free and legal games to install to entertain the children during down time...So I've been posting games like this on different forums where there has been PC gaming interest.

I will check out the game and pass it along to the kids and others :)

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#7 SEH

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 02:08 AM

You should add Trackmania Forever. The game is awesome. It looks fantastic, plays great, and has a really good built in track creator.

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#8 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 02:11 AM

You should add Trackmania Forever. The game is awesome. It looks fantastic, plays great, and has a really good built in track creator.


It's on my list. I have over 9456 games (last time I counted) that are free and installed. It's a very popular game at my children's center :) Some of them have even made tracks and mods for the game :)

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#9 Megazell

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#11 The Crotch

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:00 AM

A most intriguing thread. You have my thanks for it, and a recommendation for Beneath a Steel Sky

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#12 Pecan

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:05 AM

List looks pretty good so far :applause:

You should add Mechcommander 1 and 2 to it at some point :D

Both are fantastic strategy games and they were made available as free downloads.
http://mechcommander.org/

Also, thread rated 5 stars :o!

#13 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:10 AM

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#22 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:58 AM

A most intriguing thread. You have my thanks for it, and a recommendation for Beneath a Steel Sky


List looks pretty good so far :applause:

You should add Mechcommander 1 and 2 to it at some point :D

Both are fantastic strategy games and they were made available as free downloads.
http://mechcommander.org/

Also, thread rated 5 stars :o!



Thanks for the e-props :lol: I will be checking out both of these games the moment I have some spare time. For now I will take a rest...Enjoy the games ladies and gents!

#23 Megazell

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#24 beach_BumX

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 09:01 AM

Hey Megazell, did you hear of Battlefield of Heroes? It's a fun-free-online FPS made from EA that totally imitates Team Fortress. I was camping on it this past weekend.

#25 DrFoo

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 09:18 AM

Very nice list. I recommend adding Dwarf Fortress to that list. Dwarf Fortress is a ridiculously deep simulator where you try to build up a fortress and not let your dwarves die (or at least make them die in amusing ways). The graphics are terrible but it will run on most any computer and it's really addicting.

#26 Megazell

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 04:14 PM

Hey Megazell, did you hear of Battlefield of Heroes? It's a fun-free-online FPS made from EA that totally imitates Team Fortress. I was camping on it this past weekend.


I have. I even tried it for a bit. I had only one gripe with it, not many players or servers up at the time. It was early on though so perhaps that has changed. I will give it a try again soon.

Very nice list. I recommend adding Dwarf Fortress to that list. Dwarf Fortress is a ridiculously deep simulator where you try to build up a fortress and not let your dwarves die (or at least make them die in amusing ways). The graphics are terrible but it will run on most any computer and it's really addicting.


Never heard of this one @ all. I will take a look @ this one as well. I am going to be passing on some of these games to the kids first and have them take a look.

The responses I am getting here is great :)

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#27 Megazell

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