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#3091 jackuars

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 04:53 AM

Board games would be a sub-genre in what section? Chances are it would be turn based but what would make a PC game a board game? Perhaps, based off of a KNOWN board game?

Card games, Casino Games would be under Strategy - Turn Based Strategy games. I don't have any so for but I will take a look at your recommendation.

Visual Novels will be under Adventure games soon enough. I take a look at the 3 your mentioned that I have not tried.


Board games would be a sub-genre in what section? Chances are it would be turn based but what would make a PC game a board game? Perhaps, based off of a KNOWN board game?

Card games, Casino Games would be under Strategy - Turn Based Strategy games. I don't have any so for but I will take a look at your recommendation.

Visual Novels will be under Adventure games soon enough. I take a look at the 3 your mentioned that I have not tried.


This might help:

Type Best Free Board Games in Google and take the first link from about.com . There you could see board games listed.

Also I did see your post here on "Free Lan party games" website and later on other users have requested you to categorize your games into Lan and Multiplayer. I think it would be a great idea.

I couldn't post links because the forum doesn't allow me.

#3092 jackuars

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 04:58 AM

narcissu, katawa shoujo and true remembrance scores pretty high ratings and is popular at vndb. They are the most popular free visual novels. Type vndb in google and go the first site, then click the subcategory visual novels to the left

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 05:12 AM

narcissu, katawa shoujo and true remembrance scores pretty high ratings and is popular at vndb. They are the most popular free visual novels. Type vndb in google and go the first site, then click the subcategory visual novels to the left


Katawa Shoujo is already listed.

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#3094 jackuars

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 05:55 AM

Katawa Shoujo is already listed.


I see that. Good :) Personally I liked Narcissu >True Remembrance > Katawa Shoujo.

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 01:29 PM

I see that. Good :) Personally I liked Narcissu >True Remembrance > Katawa Shoujo.


Yeah - Narcissu is also listed. True Remembrance is the only one that is not. It's in the stack though.

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 11:55 PM

Thread Update

Began the process of updating the multiplayer games listing in the SHOOTER genre (to start) with detail sub genres of:

Online Only
LAN Only
Hotseat Only
LAN + Hotseat
Online + LAN
Online + Hotseat
Online + LAN + Hotseat

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 02:58 PM

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Super Smash Land, Burn & Turn, The Witch's House, Alter Ego and Battle of Wesnoth.

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#3098 jackuars

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 07:32 AM

Thread Update

Began the process of updating the multiplayer games listing in the SHOOTER genre (to start) with detail sub genres of:

Online Only
LAN Only
Hotseat Only
LAN + Hotseat
Online + LAN
Online + Hotseat
Online + LAN + Hotseat

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Thanks a lot.....

And Cart Life should be under Life Sims......

#3099 jackuars

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 07:39 AM

Are there any games like Diner Dash or Recettear for free?

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 11:13 PM

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The five reasons freemium sucks (according to QWOP's developer)

Designer Bennett Foddy of QWOP and GIRP fame counts five major reasons why the free to play model doesn't work well in its current incarnation, but suggests that by being creative with microtransactions, designers have the chance to do better work.

1. They're pay not to play, really. Foddy believes lots of freemium games give players the choice between paying or grinding -- "which suggests you might want to pay money to reduce the amount of time you spend playing the game," he notes. "Not playing the game is the 'luxury option'... [and] ultimately reduces the value players see in the game."

2. There's no level playing field. If some players are playing with different rules and others, you can't meaningfully compare their experiences. "If somebody is buying progress, or advantages from the IAP store, they're just cheating," Foddy says. "It's like you're selling players steroids to cheat with."

3. It corrupts the experience. Seeking real money from players during the gameplay breaks immersion, Foddy believes. "In my view, a really good game has a particular relationship with the player," he says. "In a freemium game, it's relating to you more as a vendor, or a drug dealer."

4. There's an irreconcilable conflict. Designing games for real money transaction from the ground up balances two incompatible aims: Making the game fun and complete for non-payers, and making it complete for people who do pay. "You're caught between a rock and a hard place," he says. "

5. You miss opportunities to be creative. "If you're selling hats, it's true you're not ruining the game for everybody, but even in that case you're still missing the opportunity to invent a way of charging people money... in a way that increases value and meaning in the game for everyone."


Some ideas that don't "totally suck"

People often defend free-to-play by comparing them to coin-op arcades, but very few people actually design games like arcades, where players pay for every life or play. "If you do that, you're charging them to pay more instead of less... and it also maintains a level playing field," Foddy suggests.

In a tournament you pay for the opportunity to log an official score -- that's another method that might work, he adds. And you can offer players rewards for playing with skills, for example: If you make a full-featured demo that stays free forever so long as you play with skill, although he admits that sort of approach might not play well among mobile apps.
"You could charge money for permanent changes to the game that apply to everybody," he says. What if everyone paying two dollars unlocks an extra difficulty level? While some of these ideas may not be allowed under Apple's terms and conditions, the goal of being creative within the free-to-play business model still applies, Foddy says.

"You're not confined to selling digital consumables to small children and idiots," he explains. "You can come up with your own thing."

[Leigh Alexander wrote this post originally for sister site Gamasutra] - IndieGames.com

Source - http://indiegames.co...emium_suck.html


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Posted 30 March 2013 - 11:22 PM

Are there any games like Diner Dash or Recettear for free?


What genre to those games fall under?

Also check out the resource section because a lot of iOS games are free on the PC through services like IntelAppUp, JogoBox and others.

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#3102 jackuars

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 03:31 AM

What genre to those games fall under?

Also check out the resource section because a lot of iOS games are free on the PC through services like IntelAppUp, JogoBox and others.


Those are not iOS games, Recettear was an extremely huge hit PC game. Diner Dash is also popular. They are something like Strategy, Time Management, Role Playing & Simlulation Games. Check out in Google, or Wikipedia article.

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 03:59 AM

Sequel to, A Day in the Life of Bob: - Another Day in the Life of Bob

Add that too :)

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 04:04 AM

Sequel to, A Day in the Life of Bob: - Another Day in the Life of Bob

Add that too :)


Cool - Thanks for the link.

I thought those other games were on mobiles. My bad. I will see what I can look up.

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#3105 Megazell

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 05:15 AM

Thread Update

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New Games:

Polyfurcation
Seven Dimensions
Bravo Garden
Bubble Storm
Puzlox Blox Revolution
Rail Road Rampage
Logister
Cloudbase Prime
First Person Tutor
Gare

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 10:47 PM

Thread Update.

Page 101 Updated.

New Games:

Puzzles
N3rd Boy
Run
Chronocat
Super Counterfeit Gaiden
Super Big Gun Adventure

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Posted 10 April 2013 - 02:06 AM

Free Retail PC Game Giveaway!

Europa Universalis III Chronicles

You have to input your credit card info but it will not be charged.

This is why it pays to keep those dump credit cards with 0.00 on it ;)

Go here - http://www.gamefly.c...nicles/5000728/


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Posted 15 April 2013 - 12:01 AM

Making stuff for free. For all!

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Working on a digital distribution like service similar to Tiggit and STEAM.

Memomrix Pilgrim and myself have been making games like Just Shoot and other stuff for the CUBE 2 community. We decided to try and make this thing.

This program will allow users to download and play freeware games from within the client. It will also support save support. As you leave games that you have saved content - you will be given an option to email yourself a copy of that save file.

When you return to the game on say another computer or a re-installation you can reload your saves and keep playing from where you left off.

It's called U.Rage - https://www.facebook.com/U.RageSystem

Originally, it was intended to help port freeware games to console or mobile devices but has since been re-purposed to explore the glory that is PC gaming!

I'll keep ya posted and for those of you on Mac and Linux rigs (not VMs) I could use your help with testing.

Edited by Megazell, 15 April 2013 - 11:19 AM.

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Posted 16 April 2013 - 05:22 PM

U-Rage sounds like the feeling you get when you use Ubisoft's Uplay.

A client for freeware stuff is an interesting idea, but there's already Desura where you can place free games so I kind of wonder why reinvent the wheel?

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Posted 16 April 2013 - 07:00 PM

U-Rage sounds like the feeling you get when you use Ubisoft's Uplay.

A client for freeware stuff is an interesting idea, but there's already Desura where you can place free games so I kind of wonder why reinvent the wheel?


Desura is awesome but they do not have a lot of freeware games that I and Memorix Pilgrim like to play. Also Desura does not back up saves like U.Rage will do. Also you won't need U.Rage to play the games - it's just to find and download them.

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Posted 17 April 2013 - 04:25 PM

Thread Update

Page 102 Updated!

New Games:

Wages Of Darkness
Zombies at the Gates
Vertical Impulse
Vantage Master Online
Chunkadelic
Volvo - The Game
Either War
Table For One
Scylla Starfighter
Split Fighter

:) Enjoy! :)

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Posted 18 April 2013 - 08:00 PM

Thread Update.

Page 103 cleaned up :)

New Games:

Polymorphous Perversity
Exuberant Struggle
March Eternal
Ora et Labora
Twilight Beacon
Capricious Atom
Chang Chang
Zeta Forge
Hostile Pantograph
Glitch Tank

Mouse Maze: Speed Run
I Remember The Rain
Balloon Quest
KokohGear: Meal
Icarus
Tiny Dream

Enjoyz dat treats!

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Posted 26 April 2013 - 01:38 AM

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 04:22 PM

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Posted 02 May 2013 - 06:32 PM

Free-to-Play is A-OK - Posted on March 20, 2013 by Chris

Let’s talk about free-to-play games.

I mean, really talk about them. Pick them apart. Analyze them. Maybe even learn a few things.

http://robotinvader.com/blog/?p=322

Edited by Megazell, 02 May 2013 - 06:55 PM.

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Free-to-Play is A-OK - Posted on March 20, 2013 by Chris

Let’s talk about free-to-play games.

I mean, really talk about them. Pick them apart. Analyze them. Maybe even learn a few things.

http://robotinvader.com/blog/?p=322

I can't figure out a way to comment on the actual blog page, so I guess I'll do it here.

The article is interesting, but I think the author gets a lot of points wrong.

First off, he conflates F2P with a free demo, like the demo period on XBLIG games. I think there's a big difference between a game demo, which is upfront about it being only part of a game, and you can get the full game with no restrictions for a price, and a F2P title which presents itself as complete and free, and then hits you repeatedly for purchases to "complete" to experience, or just make it tolerable. It's the lie of some F2P titles that upsets people.

Then he argues that F2P purchases are just a monetization scheme, similar to better graphics, using established IP, or even fan service. The difference, however, is that companies use better graphics, etc. to make their games appealing to players, by enhancing the game experience or giving the players what they think they want, so that they'll buy the game, recommend it to friends, etc. F2P, by contrast, often uses methods that detract from the game experience and deny the players what they want, with the fix being a purchase. So while both game developers are out to make money, developers using the traditional model have to do so by pleasing the gamer, while F2P titles often do so by annoying the gamer.

The argument the PC gamers can "pay-to-win" by buying better computers or faster internet connections is only correct to a point, and only with fast-twitch games. Any turn-based game isn't going to give an advantage to a person with faster PC or internet, and console games even smooth out the hardware edge. Moreover, some F2P games blatently let people earn higher scores. This Wired article details someone getting the world record in a F2P game after spending $25 on it:
http://www.wired.com...isc-pay-to-win/

The author mentions spending on crystals in Triple Town, and how that's not a bad thing. The thing is though, the creator of Triple Town specifically limits how many items you can buy in a given round of the game, and that gamers playing for free earn the in-game currency used to buy such items. So a player can't simply buy infinite crystals to get the high score in Triple Town. This was by design by the developer, so the people paying for the in-game coins wouldn't have an edge. As the Wired article above points out, not all F2P games restrict purchases this way.

The author says "playing a f2p game seriously is all about figuring out how to get as far as possible by spending as little as possible. It becomes a hardcore min/max strategy game, and figuring out the strategy is really fun." He's basically spinning the tension of constant purchase decisions as fun.

Going back to Triple Town, I play the game for free. The main restriction this creates is the number of moves I can make. I have a limited number that regenerates over time. The only "strategy" involved is waiting for more turns, basically exiting the game and returning to it later. This isn't fun, it's annoying, but its an annoyance I endure in order to keep playing the game for free. I could pay a one-time fee to get unlimited turns, but I'd rather pay for free. But make no mistake, the waiting game I have to play isn't a serious strategy game on its own, and it's NOT fun. For another example, here's a review of Real Racing 3, where the reviewer feels that the artificial waiting times in the game detract, not enhance, the playing experience:
http://penny-arcade....ed-by-eas-greed

Overall, I agree that not all F2P titles are evil. However, it very much depends on how the game tries to monetize its players. Path of Exile is a F2P game where the game truly is free to play. There's no restrictions to playing the game for people playing for free, and the only advantages people paying get are cosmetic. This has turned out to be a profitable strategy for them, as fans of the game are paying for the cosmetics simply to support the studio and show their appreciation. It lets people pay because they feel like the game deserves it, not because they have to in order to progress or make the game tolerable:
http://penny-arcade....e/path-of-exile

#3117 Megazell

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Posted 05 May 2013 - 02:27 PM

I can't figure out a way to comment on the actual blog page, so I guess I'll do it here.


Yeah - I ran into the same problem. I don't think they have it enable for guest or new users.

The article is interesting, but I think the author gets a lot of points wrong.

First off, he conflates F2P with a free demo, like the demo period on XBLIG games. I think there's a big difference between a game demo, which is upfront about it being only part of a game, and you can get the full game with no restrictions for a price, and a F2P title which presents itself as complete and free, and then hits you repeatedly for purchases to "complete" to experience, or just make it tolerable. It's the lie of some F2P titles that upsets people.


I think you have a point with this. I do have some reservations about the demo stance but I want to talk a little bit about "F2P games that lie." I think that going into a F2P game should come with some knowledge that you will be prevented form getting the full experience unless you pay into it - with the exceptions of F2P games that have NO cash involved items/services. About Demos - I think that with the climate of the current retail gaming market that one is never truly sure if they are getting the FULL GAME. I saw this because DLC blurs the lines in a lot of ways for the retail gaming scene. While there are different types of DLC - one is usually left with the question of whether they "need" this DLC to get the full experience of the full game.

Then he argues that F2P purchases are just a monetization scheme, similar to better graphics, using established IP, or even fan service. The difference, however, is that companies use better graphics, etc. to make their games appealing to players, by enhancing the game experience or giving the players what they think they want, so that they'll buy the game, recommend it to friends, etc. F2P, by contrast, often uses methods that detract from the game experience and deny the players what they want, with the fix being a purchase. So while both game developers are out to make money, developers using the traditional model have to do so by pleasing the gamer, while F2P titles often do so by annoying the gamer.


I think some F2P games do use the annoying tactic but that seems to be fading, IMO. I've notice a lot of F2P titles go more into content/experience barrier route like Banner Saga and others like it. You get to play but you are just locked out of a certain type of content - in this example SP. That's not really annoying but more of a honest selling tactic. You get the MP for free to play with no problem or restriction. If you are curious about the other side, you going to pay. Which is a model I would much rather see flourish. I think the days of "lie" F2P are coming to end as F2P is becoming mainstream and ppl are getting wise to the tactic and difference btw F2P types.

The argument the PC gamers can "pay-to-win" by buying better computers or faster internet connections is only correct to a point, and only with fast-twitch games. Any turn-based game isn't going to give an advantage to a person with faster PC or internet, and console games even smooth out the hardware edge. Moreover, some F2P games blatently let people earn higher scores. This Wired article details someone getting the world record in a F2P game after spending $25 on it:
http://www.wired.com...isc-pay-to-win/


We good on this.

The author mentions spending on crystals in Triple Town, and how that's not a bad thing. The thing is though, the creator of Triple Town specifically limits how many items you can buy in a given round of the game, and that gamers playing for free earn the in-game currency used to buy such items. So a player can't simply buy infinite crystals to get the high score in Triple Town. This was by design by the developer, so the people paying for the in-game coins wouldn't have an edge. As the Wired article above points out, not all F2P games restrict purchases this way.


Sounds awesome.

The author says "playing a f2p game seriously is all about figuring out how to get as far as possible by spending as little as possible. It becomes a hardcore min/max strategy game, and figuring out the strategy is really fun." He's basically spinning the tension of constant purchase decisions as fun.


I was actually in this camp. I loved loved loved loved finding ways to play 100% and yet still get best gear and kill other paying players in combat in games like AVA and others. I never did buy anything from the game itself but I used all the codes the company emailed and those that other players gave me + finding and unlocking stuff was fun for me. Not so much anymore. I fell out of online MP with strangers as a whole and I have been enjoying LAN and online play with ppl I know in RL + webgames....+ DooM + webgames :) But I did have fun doing the best I could with the free stuff I found. I never felt like the other side was way over my head with stats that I could not win.

Going back to Triple Town, I play the game for free. The main restriction this creates is the number of moves I can make. I have a limited number that regenerates over time. The only "strategy" involved is waiting for more turns, basically exiting the game and returning to it later. This isn't fun, it's annoying, but its an annoyance I endure in order to keep playing the game for free. I could pay a one-time fee to get unlimited turns, but I'd rather pay for free. But make no mistake, the waiting game I have to play isn't a serious strategy game on its own, and it's NOT fun. For another example, here's a review of Real Racing 3, where the reviewer feels that the artificial waiting times in the game detract, not enhance, the playing experience:
http://penny-arcade....ed-by-eas-greed

Overall, I agree that not all F2P titles are evil. However, it very much depends on how the game tries to monetize its players. Path of Exile is a F2P game where the game truly is free to play. There's no restrictions to playing the game for people playing for free, and the only advantages people paying get are cosmetic. This has turned out to be a profitable strategy for them, as fans of the game are paying for the cosmetics simply to support the studio and show their appreciation. It lets people pay because they feel like the game deserves it, not because they have to in order to progress or make the game tolerable:
http://penny-arcade....e/path-of-exile


Agreed. Like I said earlier the new methods of F2P are going to gain traction and we are going to see more and more players picking the route they want as the older models either change or go offline.

Thanks for your thoughts!

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 11:14 AM

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 04:06 AM

Thread Update.

Pages 104 to 105 updated.

New Games.

Neocolonialism
Glean
Rick Dangerous
Fix-It Felix Jr.
Because it's fun, Fay
Tastes Like Spelunky
Super Cartographer
Many Paths To The Golden Heart
Turnament
Jeremy
Stupidella

Life has been extra very awesometastic as of late. So awesometastic that I've been finding less and less time to enjoy video gaming like I use to. This thread is always on my mind and when I have time I will be updating it. I did however play Triple Town and find it to be quite awesome! Thanks for the lead on this game marsilies.

U.Rage has an open beta for those that want to try it out - It's not at the place we want it to be but it's getting there - https://www.facebook.com/U.RageSystem

Enjoy ppl, enjoy!

Edited by Megazell, 24 May 2013 - 12:49 PM.

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 03:45 AM

Thought I would put this here...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMj_P_6H69g

Many freeware developers do this via their donation buttons or sections in their sites...in my personal life a lot of my personal success from relationships to how I got my home to education scholarships and more etc came from giving, trusting and asking others for help and giving it back.

Edited by Megazell, 13 May 2013 - 11:57 PM.

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