Thanks to Fredrik Sævland for this good looking RPG…
This is a true, cheap, addictive and awesome RPG-game made by one independent person! You are in a gigantic (8 times size of the earth) world which are generated as you explore, so the map will always be different every time you play! In this world you must mine ores, craft tools and build yourself a shed to hide away from the merciless monsters that roam at nightfall. Build a gigantic castle or mine an epic cave, play alone or join other players in multiplayer! Continue Reading
Although not free, it’s worth it to anyone who can appreciate racing games. None of the cars in the game may be real, but the racing definitely is. This is a racing *simulator*, not an arcade-y Need-For-Speed-like game, with a solid online multiplayer system along and a more-than-acceptable AI. On lower graphics settings this game simulates driving fantastically, and the downloadable S2 version is free to try (although heavily restricted) without a paid license so you can test it without consequence….. Continue Reading
Gizmo reports on a hardcore sci-fi game… Allegiance is a multiplayer only space sim, originally developed and published by Microsoft, that has since been made free and taken over by a dedicated community. A hybrid of spaceship shooters and strategy, it heavily emphasizes teamwork. “Best game no one Played” was the award it was given, and for a reason….. Continue Reading
In an internet flooded with 3D Graphics and fast paced games there exists an online MMORPG that *gasp* has no graphics, no sound, and yet holds by far the best roleplaying found on the internet. It is called a TORG or Text Only Roleplaying Game. What is a TORG and why is it so exclusive that it is like that secret small resturaunt you find and keep the location from all but your closest friends? The answer is here: http://www.ateraan.com/tutorial/torg.html A TORG (or some you might have heard of MUD or Multi User Dungeon) is the epic novel in a plethora of 3D Movies…. Continue Reading
German Netbooker Rudi informs us of this neet looking adventure game.
Developer Funatics’ game Zanzarah is very similar to Nintendo’s popular monster-trading game Pokémon. In that game, and in this one, you collect small creatures and then train them to do battle with other small creatures, but in Zanzarah, you collect fairies instead of monsters, and you fight battles that resemble those in a first-person shooter. Continue Reading
Ryan Amalfitano reports on this interesting online gaming distribution service…
Onlive isn’t actually a game per se; it’s basically a gaming-on-demand platform, as the game is being run on a different computer and sent to remote servers, which then streams the video/audio to your computer. Which means that all of the hardware is pretty much irrelevant as long as your netbook can handle Youtube, since the game is not being run on your computer. Onlive is a great service because it blows the netbook’s gaming potential wide open, and as long as you have a good internet connection, playing Crysis on your netbook might not be so crazy after all.
Hardware: HP Mini 110, 1gb RAM, 1.66GHz
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