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Any easy games that dont require your left hand?

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User Info: DocDelicious

DocDelicious
4 years ago#11
Katamari?

You could probably lay your hand across both joysticks and play that way? Maybe? Turning would be a bit tricky.

Idk...nevermind.
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User Info: stalepie29

stalepie29
4 years ago#12
most require two hands, but some might be easy or slow-paced enough to be playable with one hand. Try turn-based rpgs (Ni no Kuni, but you have to move around in fights) and adventure games (Walking Dead, Back to the Future), Echochrome, Machinarium, Unfinished Swan, Eufloria, Sound Shapes, Papo & Yo, Space Ace... these might be simple enough that you can play them with one hand.

User Info: BlueswordsX

BlueswordsX
4 years ago#13
Do you have a DS or 3DS? That'd be your best bet because many games are designed to be playable with just the touch-screen, so you would only need to use your right hand and can just lay the system on the table.

Try one of the turn-based RPGs or SRPGs so you can play at your own pace.
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User Info: don_juan_darko

don_juan_darko
4 years ago#14
Man, too bad they don't make the ASCII Grip anymore, that would have been perfect for your situation.

http://www.oneswitch.org.uk/IMAGES/1/AGS/ascii-grip.jpg

User Info: SigmaHaciel

SigmaHaciel
4 years ago#15
Too bad there aren't things like movies, or books, or taking walks. You know, those things that would help alleviate the boredom of waiting for your hand to heal.
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User Info: Shankis

Shankis
4 years ago#17
Pros learn to play with their feet.
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User Info: Bekness

Bekness
4 years ago#18
Yeah a DS would be good as well as other tablet games (touch screens), as well as mouse-only PC games like RPGs, point and click adventures and turn based strategy (maybe).

Oh man, if you have PC there's lots I could tell you. >_>
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User Info: majin nemesis

majin nemesis
4 years ago#19
maybe you should try PC games that only require the mouse to play or something
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User Info: Dirk_McHardpeck

Dirk_McHardpeck
4 years ago#20
SigmaHaciel posted...
Too bad there aren't things like movies, or books, or taking walks. You know, those things that would help alleviate the boredom of waiting for your hand to heal.

I'll bet you're a joy at the Children's Hospital - "Look Timmy, I know everyone is saying that even though you're handicapped you can still do anything anyone else can do but I'm here to tell you that you can't. Suck on that."
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