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#301 Megazell

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 05:26 AM

Atomic Worm

Puzzle
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Science Fiction

Atomic Worm has flown into the light. It's a game which features simple mouse control, exciting challenges and puzzle oriented game-play, and takes the snake genre to a new dimension. It’s easy and fun to get into but with plenty of levels and challenges for everyone…

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher, Mac and Linux version available
CPU: 750 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 10.5 Mb

Download it here - http://www.charliedo...com/?page_id=42

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#302 Megazell

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 05:42 AM

Six Shots of Whiskey

Adventure
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Western

Six Shots of Whiskey, with its embroidered graphics by Sara Sandberg, grabbed my eye out of the two.

Six Shots of Whiskey is a rather passive game. Once the two players enter the name of their characters, algorithm magic produces the characters' stats, skills, and profession. After the game begins, the turn-based combat ensues automatically until someone dies. Jonas Mattebo provides the appropriate twangy tunes for the Western showdown.

I played around with the names some to explore the "mechanics" of the character building algorithm. When I entered two names more than once, the same two characters were created, and each move happened the same way, right down to the ending. When I pitted two people with the same name together, I got a double K.O. The total stat points for different names added up differently at times, but I couldn't get beyond 270 points.

I enjoyed how an arbitrary name made me a bar pianist with the awesome skills of glare, insult, and whiskey. I imagine the last skill could easily and adversely influence the first two. Unfortunately, the only insult I heard repeatedly was "stupid." Bring on the drunken slurs! - Indiegames.com

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 12.8 Mb

Download it here - http://nifflas.ni2.s...e=Miscellaneous

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#303 Megazell

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 12:06 PM

Trichromic

Real Time Strategy
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes


Theme: Fantasy

Mixing 1 part Command & Conquer, 1 part Starcraft, 4 parts Advance Wars, and 4 parts wacky original design yielded this gem: Trichromic. Choose to lead one of three distinct armies out to battle between 2-4 of your friends, either sharing a keyboard or playing at long distance across the internet.

It's muscles (Crimson) vs brains (Cobalt) vs numbers (Pine) over land, sea, and air on a wide variety of built-in landscapes. If you'd like to try your hand at map design, you'll find that the in-game Level Editor gives you the power to create any play area you can dream up! Trichromic includes A.I. to give you an opportunity to learn about your units on the field... but the sooner you can get into matches against your friends, the better - the game was designed around multiplayer!

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher, Linux 2.0 or higher
CPU: 800 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 24.1 Mb

Download it here - http://www.deleongam...ame=trichromic#

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#304 Megazell

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 12:15 PM

Warmux

Turn Based Strategy
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Weird

War is declared !

Have the mascots of your favorite free software titles battle it out in the Wormux arena using dynamite, grenades, baseball bats and other bazookas... Exterminate your opponent in a 2D environment with toon-style scenery.

Each player controls the team of his choice (penguin, gnu, firefox, wilber,...) and must destroy his adversary using more or less casual weapons.

Although a minimum of strategy is required to vanquish, Wormux is pre-eminently a "convivial mass murder" game where, turn by turn, each member of each team attempts to produce a maximum of damage to his opponents.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher, Max OS X 1.0 or higher, Linux 2.0 or higher
CPU: 500 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 65 Mb

Download it here - http://sourceforge.n.../warmux.mirror/

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#305 Megazell

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Posted 03 January 2010 - 09:16 PM

Post Update

Dead Frontier Goes 3D!

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#306 Megazell

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Posted 03 January 2010 - 09:28 PM

Brain Hotel

Adventure
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Weird

Brain Hotel is a point-and-click adventure game in the tradition of such classic Lucas Arts games as Maniac Mansion and the Monkey Island series. You play the role of Ed Arnold, a hapless deliveryman who gets tangled in the annual super villain convention at the Brain Hotel. Ed reluctantly becomes involved in a plot to defeat one of the more ruthless super villains at the convention.

Megazell's Comment - You can play by downloading/installing or browser.

System

OS: Windows 98 or higher
CPU: 600 Mhz
Memory: 128 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 5 Mb (Browser) to 43.7 Mb (Installed)

Download it here - http://www.otterarch...otel/index.html

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#307 Megazell

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Posted 03 January 2010 - 09:58 PM

Wings of Fury

Shooter/Horizontal
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Military

Wings Of Fury 2 is a remake of classic 89' action game - Wings Of Fury. It's a remake of classical arcade shooting game with modern 3d graphics including some nice special effects.

Features:

-The game rules remained the same - plane moves left & right with simplified flight physics while fighting enemy installations, planes and soldiers.

-Plane can be equipped with bombs or rockets. Also machine gun is always available

-Aircraft carrier is the place where the plane is repaired & resupplied. Successful take off and touch down is essential.

-Each mission requires eliminating all resistance. Levels differ by landscape, enemy force and daytime.

-Modding capabilities.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 1 Ghz
Memory: 512 Mb
Hard Drive: 250 Mb
Video: 32 Mb

Download it here - http://download.chip...-2_3258177.html

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#308 Megazell

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 12:05 AM

Byte of the Draculator II

Adventure
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Science Fiction

Byte of the Draculator II is a collaborative Halloween effort that features an interesting premise, full voice acting and clever puzzle designs, made by a group of AGS forum members collectively known as the Swarm. In it you play as a vampire with cybernetic implants, held captive inside a research facility that is seeking to build an invincible yet disciplined army of robotic soldiers. Bound to a surgery chair with blood from a poodle being fed into your circulatory system, you must hatch a plan to escape from this madness before you completely lose your individuality and free will.

For a group project that involves dozens of developers, artists and voice actors, Byte of the Draculator II is a surprisingly coherent production in most places. Alex van der Wijst and team deserves credit for being able to pull it off, although admittedly the final ending sequence could use a bit more polish (especially when the close-up portraits are shown). Fans of AGS games with absurd storylines will love it, while casual players will get at least a laugh or two out of it. - IndieGames.com

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 200 Mb

Download it here - http://www.bigbluecu...p?topic=44731.0

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#309 Megazell

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 03:43 AM

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Chalk
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Action/Arcade
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Fantasy

Chalk is all about drawing your way to all the glory! Draw lines across shapes to destroy them, turn back bullets at enemies and thwart huge boss enemies by bouncing stuff back in their faces!

It's an arcade-game sized outing with the simple approach of a chalkboard. Because, you know, chalkboards are simpler than pen and paper...? Download it for some different arcade fun!

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher
CPU: 400 Mhz
Memory: 64 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 4.19 Mb

Download it here - http://www.konjak.org/chalk.zip

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#310 Megazell

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Posting Update

I updated the first post of this thread to include a consise method by which I will be posting.

I have received a lot of great recommendations from members of this forum and others on Free and Legal PC Games.

However, a great many of them I won't be posting for the reason stated on page 1 of this thread.

Don't take it personally. I just want to make sure that when people click a link to enjoy a game...it's as pain free as possible.

Please, do continue to make suggestion though as this thread lives off of user input :)

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#311 Megazell

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 04:42 PM

Dany's Virtual Drum 2

Action/Arcade
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Other

Dany's Virtual Drum 2 is a drum simulator in which you you can choose your instruments, your virtual interface, your key set and play. You can load a musical base, releasable in site link, and recording a video of your performance.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 95 or higher
CPU: 300 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 2 Mb
Hard Drive: 21.1 Mb

Download it here - http://www.gamershel...oad_51272.shtml

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#312 Megazell

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 04:54 PM

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Mightier
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Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Science Fiction

Mightier is an independent puzzle action game developed by Lucas Pope and Keiko Ishizaka. Play as the Engineer and the Actionaut to solve puzzles and collect items in each sector.

Don't be stuck staring at the screen. Mightier's unique puzzles are designed to be solved by hand with pencil and paper. Solve the puzzle by drawing on the page with a dark pencil or marker. Print the puzzle from within Mightier using a color printer. A high-powered space laser carves the solution and the Actionaut is dropped onto the surface. Scan the puzzle into the game using an attached web camera.

Take control of the Actionaut and collect all the Datagons in each sector. Your puzzle solution determines where the laser cuts and how the landscape is formed. If it's not solved correctly, the Actionaut won't be able to reach all the Datagons. Unlock characters during the course of the game and design them by hand. There are no limits to what you can draw. Watch them instantly spring to life in full 3D. If you don't have a color printer, web camera, or spare paper, you can still enjoy Mightier by using the in-game mouse drawing interface.

Megazell's Comment - I spent a few hours playing this with my kids. They love it. It can be quite expensive though as you print. I suggest you save some of the maps and just erase the old ones as you play to reduce the cost. This gameplay is too unique to pass up though. I highly recommend you give it a go especially if you have kids.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 800 Mhz
Memory: 128 Mb
Video: 128 Mb
Hard Drive: 28.4 Mb

Special Requirement: A black & white or color printer is required for the final level. There is an optional interface mode that requires an autofocus webcamera supporting 640x480 resolution and a color printer.

Download it here - http://www.ratloop.com/?games/mightier
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Download it here -http://www.brotherso...r-download.html

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#313 Megazell

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 07:42 PM

Warsow

First Person Shooter
Single Player - No
Multiplayer - Yes


Theme: Science Fiction

Warsow is a multiplayer first-person shooter computer game first publicly released on June 8, 2005. The game is actively developed by a crew of freelance software developers and artists.

Warsow’s codebase is free and open source software, distributed under the terms of the GPL; it is built upon Qfusion, an advanced modification of the Quake II engine. The artwork and other media are licensed under the proprietary Warsow Content License, which allows the contributors of this media to use the work in a "personal portfolio" but not in any other game. Because of this Warsow is freeware, not free software or open source software.

Warsow is loosely based on the E-novel Chasseur de bots by Fabrice Demurger. The novel is the basis of the game's cyberpunk visual style, which is achieved by combining cel-shaded cartoon-like graphics with dark, flashy and dirty textures. Since visual clarity is important in maintaining competitive gameplay, Warsow tries to keep effects minimalistic, clear and visible.

Set in a futuristic cartoon-like world where rocketlauncher-wielding pigs and lasergun-carrying cyberpunks roam the streets, Warsow is a completely free fast-paced first-person shooter (FPS) for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

Speed and movement, that's what Warsow is all about. Like a true cyberathlete you jump, dash, dodge and walljump your way through the game. Grab those power-ups before your enemy does, plant the bomb before anyone sees you, and steal the enemy's flag before anyone knows what's going on!

Megazell's Comment - I was not able to test this game on Mac OS X or Linux at the time of this posting. If you are on those systems head to the main site located in the download section of this post to verify.

This game may be moving to must play. I need to give it more time. I played it for 25 mins. It was great ran smooth. As always, make sure you pick a server that is closest to you. I noticed on a lot of Youtube comments that people are saying they get lag in games like Alien Arena and other free FPS. A friend of mine stated the same thing but when I walk him through his game selection he was picking servers with high pings in other countries. We found servers in our area and the lag was gone.

I run private servers for most of the games I play. If you are online when I am on...send me a message in Steam or Xfire for Psswd. I change the passwords daily.


System Requirements

OS: Windows 95 or higher, Mac and Linux versions available
CPU: 350 MHz
Memory: 64 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 100 Mb

Download it here - http://www.warsow.net/
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Download it here - http://www.desura.com/games/warsow <- Requires Desura Client

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#314 Megazell

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 01:14 AM

Counter Strike 2D

Shooter/Top Down
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes


Theme: Military

Counter-Strike 2D is more than just a freeware 2D clone of the most famous tactical multiplayer shooter ever! You can play it like Counter-Strike by Valve Software. Plant and defuse bombs, rescue hostages or escort the V.I.P.! In addition to the original Counter-Strike map types (as, cs, de) you can play some new map types like ctf (Capture the Flag) or dom (Domination). Moreover you have different game modes in Counter-Strike 2D. Why don't you play a fast-paced death match session? There's also a construction mode in CS2D! Build walls, barbed wire and turrets to protect your base! Even a zombie mode is included

Counter-Strike 2D Overview and Features:

- Online Gaming (WWW & Lan)
- Offline Gaming with and versus Bots
- All Weapons from Counter-Strike
- All CS Missions like Hostage Rescue or Bomb Planting
- 3D accelerated Special FX
- 3D Sounds
- Fog of War for tactical Gaming
- Dynamic Entity System with Triggers
- Console & Scripting
- Easy to use Map Editor
- U.S.G.N. (Unreal Software Gaming Network) Support (Serverlist & Friends System)
- New Map/Mission-Types like Capture the Flag and Domination
- New Game Modes like Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Construction and Zombies!
- Many additional Weapons like RPG-Launcher, Laser, Molotov Cocktail, ... and many more!
- Stats and Ranking System
- Lua 5.1.4 Scripting Support for customized Servers
- Tons of Custom Maps and Skins

System Requirements

OS: Windows 2000 or higher, Linux 1.9 or higher, Mac OS X
CPU: 500 Mhz
Memory: 64 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 30 Mb

Download it here - http://www.cs2d.com/

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#315 Megazell

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 01:32 AM

Notrium

Shooter/Top Down
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Science Fiction
Theme: Horror


You have crash-landed on planet Notrium. Your food supplies are running low, a pack of predatory aliens have got your scent. There are no more bullets for your pistol, your only weapon a handful of rocks. The night is coming, and you are desperately looking for wood to make a fire. Notrium is a game of survival.

Megazell's Comment - This game seems to be modifiable. On the site and during a brief search on Google...many mods were made of this game with some strong followings. Worth a gander.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher
CPU: 750 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 19.3 Mb

Download it here - http://www.monkkonen.net/notrium/

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#316 Megazell

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Shotgun Debugger
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Shooter/Top Down
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Science Fiction

Inspired by the classics Berzerk and Doom, Shotgun Debugger released as one of the Game Creation Society's best looking games, and remains one of the most fun to play. Be warned, however, that the game is balanced to entertain top-tier gamers... you'll find the killer robots and government henchmen rather unforgiving.

If you're ready for a challenge, and you're not afraid to let some sparks fly, download and play Shotgun Debugger!

Megazell's Comment - If you have been following my thread on Free and Legal PC Games...you will know that I like bizarre and challenging games. This game is not as bizarre as I would like but it is challenging like a mofo. The game play is rather simplistic. You navigate your characters around his world from a top down view...you must avoid all enemies and red barriers. You begin with nothing so fighting back is not an option. Later on as you progress you acquire new weapons but ammo is scarce and the amount of enemies gets ridiculous. The game is shorter than I would like but fun is still there to be had. My kind of game :)

System Requirements

OS: Windows 2000 or higher, Mac and Linux version available
CPU: 600 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 16.3 Mb

Download it here - http://www.gamecreat...g/game/shotgund

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#317 Megazell

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 10:13 PM

Fragmentation

Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Other

Fragmentation is a Ludum Dare 21 competition entry that puts you in control of a nameless runner who has to outrun the disintegrating floors behind him (or her). You gain speed incrementally while running, but crouching and sliding slows you down a bit. Your current speed is always shown by the green bar at the bottom of the screen.

Besides jumping and crouching, players can also rotate the gravity left or right using the A and D keys. There's not a lot to this game, but it's pretty fun for an effort made in under forty-eight hours. - Indiegames.com

Megazell's Comment - NOTE: You may need to install the Visual Studio 10 redist.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 1 Ghz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 128 Mb
Hard Drive: 17.4 Mb

Download it here - http://www.ludumdare...review&uid=1503

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#318 rumarudrathas

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:18 AM

Ugh... BattleForge...

I played this game a week or two after it was announced that the main game will be a free 2 play thing. 'Cool', I thought, 'a M:TG type game wrapped in a RTS'. Unfortunately, this game didn't really have that staying power that Magic Online had on my when I had this thing called a "disposable income".

EA releasing this game a free download is cool and all, and yes, the first few levels I played was a blast, but the free version is so incredibly gimped on the onset that the free-ness quickly lost appeal to me. When start considering paying for the the paid key and various booster card, just to supplement my starting army at the 2nd day, virtue of that fact that the demo cards as so underpowered... I know the marketing foo that EA was tossing around, and this cheap Filipino isn't buying it.
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#319 Megazell

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Ugh... BattleForge...

I played this game a week or two after it was announced that the main game will be a free 2 play thing. 'Cool', I thought, 'a M:TG type game wrapped in a RTS'. Unfortunately, this game didn't really have that staying power that Magic Online had on my when I had this thing called a "disposable income".

EA releasing this game a free download is cool and all, and yes, the first few levels I played was a blast, but the free version is so incredibly gimped on the onset that the free-ness quickly lost appeal to me. When start considering paying for the the paid key and various booster card, just to supplement my starting army at the 2nd day, virtue of that fact that the demo cards as so underpowered... I know the marketing foo that EA was tossing around, and this cheap Filipino isn't buying it.


I never played Magic: The Gathering online. How is it exactly? I know you have to pay for your boosters and such but is it just a lobby and you pick a fight? Any $ prize support?

I use to play that often in table top format...when the expansion came out too often - I left it.

Outside of videos games I am an avid table top gaming. My kids and I often spend time painting and remodeling figures (Heroclix) and making city reconstructions. That game is no longer supported but NYC has a lot of places where tournaments flourish. I also play Zombies!!! (more of board game - But it also has tourny support), Risk, DnD Mini and Chess (12 Tier tournaments).

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#320 Megazell

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:22 PM

Digital Paintball - Paintball 2

First Person Shooter
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes


Theme: Other

Paintball2 is a fast-paced first-person game with capture the flag, elimination, siege, and deathmatch (free-for-all) styles of gameplay. This game is now 10 years old with a strong community following and annual tournament at comic cons, dragon con and quake con.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 95 or higher
CPU: 133 Mhz
Memory: 16 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 59.0 Mb

Download it here - http://digitalpaint.org/

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#321 Megazell

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:33 PM

Ocular Ink

Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Weird

In a strange and twisted land where evil dismembered body parts roam the countryside, you play the role of a young paintbrush-wielding eyeball that is determined to free his home town from the fearsome clutches of the evil eye-pirate known far and wide as Patches Deadlights.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher
CPU: 400 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 19.75 Mb

Download it here - http://www.pistachio...larInkSetup.exe

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#322 Megazell

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:54 PM

Abduction Destruction

Shooter/Horizontal
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Science Fiction
Theme: Humor


Abduction Destruction is an arcade shooter in which the ammunition for your UFO is acquired by capturing humans and animals. Once caught, they can then be fired at tractors, choppers and army planes that are out to stop you from abducting everyone.

The controls are extremely simple to learn: hold the right mouse button to beam something up, and press the left mouse button to shoot your captives out of the ship. There are coins to collect, skins to unlock, and even the occasional level boss to defeat when things seem a bit too easy for you. - Indiegames.com

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 5.51 Mb

Download it here - http://forums.tigsou...p?topic=22443.0

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#323 Unicorntard

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:54 PM

Ah, Ocular Ink... I remember playing this game years ago. I got stuck on a certain level and stopped playing it completely because of that. I might have to give it another go... it was a good game.

#324 kube00

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Ocular Ink is a good game lots of fun

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#325 Hydro2Oxide

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 03:12 PM

Hey Megazell, just built my younger brother (age 9) a half decent computer and he could use some good games. Anything on this list that you think would be good for a kid his age? He's not a big competitive guy so multiplayer only probably isn't great.

#326 rumarudrathas

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 03:39 PM

I never played Magic: The Gathering online. How is it exactly? I know you have to pay for your boosters and such but is it just a lobby and you pick a fight? Any $ prize support?

I use to play that often in table top format...when the expansion came out too often - I left it.

Outside of videos games I am an avid table top gaming. My kids and I often spend time painting and remodeling figures (Heroclix) and making city reconstructions. That game is no longer supported but NYC has a lot of places where tournaments flourish. I also play Zombies III (more of board game - But it also has tourny support), Risk, DnD Mini and Chess (12 Tier tournaments).


I have this thing for Tabletop gaming, especially for a lot of the "lesser-known" and off-the-wall stuff nowadays (usually cheaper).

Magic Online was indeed fun, and yes, it does cost a pretty penny to "compete" in that game. Funny that you mentioned prize packages, since it was in an online tourney were I decided to leave the game for good, around the Mirrodin cycle. Anyways, yes, there is some awesome prizes for weekly tourneys, but if I remember correctly, they're usually avatars, booster sets, or "tickets", which is the cash-equivalent currency in-game (1 ticket =$1, i think).

As for gaming night to night, you had seperate game rooms/lobbies, which support different card rules (T2 format, Extended, Casual, Highlander, etc), along with the weekly Draft and Constructed tourneys. For that time I played it, the game had a fairly robust trade system, where a young idiotic person like my previous self could easily sink half a teenager's paycheck on virtual cardboard cards. It's a great game to play once in a while, but just like the real world version, it is a money sink.

Nowadays, I tend to pick of games of Fluxx and Apples to Apples. I don't think either could lend themselves to tourney support that easily, but it's fun to play with a bunch of college buddies, or with the future in-laws.
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#327 Megazell

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 03:42 PM

Hey Megazell, just built my younger brother (age 9) a half decent computer and he could use some good games. Anything on this list that you think would be good for a kid his age? He's not a big competitive guy so multiplayer only probably isn't great.


Puzzle Pirates
Marathon
Bootfighter Windom XP SP-2
XSynergy Gate
Galactic Guardian
Frets on Fire
Nexuiz - He can play it offline against bots
Warning Forever
AVALANCHE
Robocop vs Terminator 2D 2
Robocop 2D 3
Mortal Kombat: Project 4.1 - Not sure how you feel about the violence
Dot Fighters
Capcom vs SNK - Chaos
Street Fighter Online - He can play the offline verison
DragonBall Vs. Street Fighter
AGwaK2: Darkside Adventures
Robocop 2D
Star Wars
8bit Killer
Varia
rRootage
Pteroglider
Battleships Forever
TAGAP
Project Powder
Silver Wings
Dink Smallwood
Storm Assault
Karnn Age
Treasure Hunter Man
MLB Dugout Heroes
Legend of Princess
Megabot
Eternal Daughter
X-Men: Children Of The Atom
Goldeneye 2D
Ara Fell 2k3
Narbacular Drop
Synaesthete
Laxius Power
Laxius Power II
Laxius Power III
Alien Breed Obliteration
Manga Fighter
Galaxian 2007
Battle Tanks
Alien Abduction
Mario Paint Composer
Elona: Eternal League of Nefia
Hurrican
Prometheus
Kart N’ Crazy
Lost Ship
Aerial Fire
Castlevania Quest
Dracula's Shadow
Return of Egypt
Last Scenario
Carpe Universum
Exit Fate
Furry 2
Iwanaga
Mini Fighter
10800 Zombies
Afterburner 3D
Arc Aether Anomalies
Tumiki Fighters <- My kids and I are addicted to this one.
Toblo
Satan Sam
Armageddon Days 2
Atomic Worm
Wormux
Wings of Fury
Chalk
Dany's Virtual Drum 2
Mightier <- My kid is in love with this game.
Notrium
Ocular Ink

Over 70+ games for your brother. My kids are around that age so this is what they play. Some of these games do go online so be vigilant or don't install them at all. There are many single player games on that list.

#328 Megazell

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 03:56 PM

I have this thing for Tabletop gaming, especially for a lot of the "lesser-known" and off-the-wall stuff nowadays (usually cheaper).

Magic Online was indeed fun, and yes, it does cost a pretty penny to "compete" in that game. Funny that you mentioned prize packages, since it was in an online tourney were I decided to leave the game for good, around the Mirrodin cycle. Anyways, yes, there is some awesome prizes for weekly tourneys, but if I remember correctly, they're usually avatars, booster sets, or "tickets", which is the cash-equivalent currency in-game (1 ticket =$1, i think).

As for gaming night to night, you had seperate game rooms/lobbies, which support different card rules (T2 format, Extended, Casual, Highlander, etc), along with the weekly Draft and Constructed tourneys. For that time I played it, the game had a fairly robust trade system, where a young idiotic person like my previous self could easily sink half a teenager's paycheck on virtual cardboard cards. It's a great game to play once in a while, but just like the real world version, it is a money sink.

Nowadays, I tend to pick of games of Fluxx and Apples to Apples. I don't think either could lend themselves to tourney support that easily, but it's fun to play with a bunch of college buddies, or with the future in-laws.


Cool, thanks for the info.

I grew up on DnD, Magic and games of that nature (anyone remember Torg?). My friends and family were STRONG into Magic even after I left it. In the end, around college time for me, we settled on board games like 'Hero's Quest!', Heroclix (we only bought what we liked and never allowed dupes), Yahtzee, Poker, Chess and Zombies!!! Many of them have trunks and trunks of cards from Magic.

I was of the mind that if the habit did not pay for itself, I could not have it. So I left right after the prices of cards were dropping fast and the expansions and banned list were getting crazy (Weatherlight, I think). Lots of great memories and fun times though.

In fact, years later when I was in college, I landed my first high paying IT job over Magic. During the interview, I noticed a black and red deck still in the package on my interviewers desk (later my boss). So during the conversation, I asked him if he played. Turned out he didn't but that his son did and he bought those for him. He then went on to criticize the game and wanted his son to get into sports and stuff...you know manly stuff. So, I then asked him if he knew how to play and did he know the origins of the game...I then tied it to military strategies, art of war and tactics. He opened the pack and ask me to show him. We played a round...after awhile he was like "Damn, this is pretty good...I never knew it was about military...always thought it was like an expensive form of I-declare-war with art." Anyway, I landed the job and it was one of my longest running jobs. I think him and his son got closer because when I would tell them about tournies and stuff his son would show up at the job and I saw them from time to time at different gaming spots. Not sure if he ever won though.

#329 Hydro2Oxide

Hydro2Oxide

Posted 07 January 2010 - 05:10 PM

Thanks a lot!

#330 kube00

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Posted 07 January 2010 - 07:44 PM

Megazell now that my ps3 crapped itself, I might have to install some of these freebies on my aging pc.

Could you give me a list of your top 10?

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