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thatauthor
4 years ago#21
I loved Miasmata. I logged in like 28 hours on it.
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Tekken9292
4 years ago#22
I think Rogue Legacy is the best out of all those, I got it months ago.

I picked up Towns, DLC Quest, Evoland, No Time to Explain and McPixel.
Haven't played Towns and Evoland yet.
DLC Quest was fun, but short. McPixel is a little too convoluted of a puzzle game for me, and I hate time trial based stuff so it was a miss. No Time to Explain is nice, but really shouldn't have been made in Flash, because it just kills the framerate.
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biohazard1775
4 years ago#23
Awww no Xenonauts?
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Snadados
4 years ago#24
Giana Sisters is fun.
I really liked Bleed.
Rogue Legacy should be a given.
Surgeon Simulator 2013 for the lulz.
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TheC0ndemnedOne
4 years ago#25
Dark_Spiret posted...
hmm of the ones i actually played...
Papers, Please
Receiver
Incredipede
La-Mulana
Giana Sisters
Miasmata
DLC Quest
Primordia
Rogue Legacy
Kentucky Route Zero
Euro Truck Simulator 2


Good list.

I'm currently watching a Let's Play of Papers, Please and it's great. Not sure if you'd like it or not, TC. It kind of fits the bill. Watch an episode of a Let's Play or something to get an idea of what it is.
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XxTwisted26xX
4 years ago#26
Playing Oregon Trail Zombieas and its a blast. Also bought Surgeon Simulator and my nursing buddies and I are laughing our butts off, its hilarious. Def not a "serious" game though.
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Freelance_Wolf
4 years ago#27
I bought Gnomoria and it's pretty cool so far.
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Xatrion
4 years ago#28
Bleed was a lot of fun.
Shut your BF28/9 sound hole and listen up.
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akuma634
4 years ago#29
Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded is one of the best HD remakes I've ever played. Keep in mind that it is a very faithful remake to a Sierra classic so you will die a lot if you don't know what you're doing.

Postal 2 is pure fun, plus there's a great blend of sandbox FPS action and really good Half-Life style interior levels.

Kentucky Route Zero is a very creative artsy graphic adventure game. It's very surreal and unique.

DLC Quest is pretty funny and it's an enjoyable game, plus for 75 cents it's a great buy.

Surgeon Simulator 2013 is quirky fun and made to screw around with.

Giana Sisters is a really beautiful looking platformer.
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JessofBlades
4 years ago#30
Gnomoria is awesome, I've been playing it since it was in greenlight voting. it's like dwarf fortress lite plus an interface not from the early 90s. for that price, it's a steal
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