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Postby Snuggletummy » 2010.04.12 (13:36)

Woo, people are finally deciding to update this. Also, I highly recommend Iji, it's absolutely fantastic and the story is really deep. With that said, if you're wondering where I am these days, college.
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Postby kai » 2010.05.07 (10:14)

In case you were waiting for a request, then yeah, im interested. :P
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Postby capt_weasle » 2010.05.13 (04:15)

http://www.vectorpark.com/levers/

THIS GAME INFURIATES ME TO NO END. I HATE BIRDS
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Postby Snuggletummy » 2010.05.14 (19:39)

capt_weasle wrote:http://www.vectorpark.com/levers/

THIS GAME INFURIATES ME TO NO END. I HATE BIRDS


I remember playing that years ago, and even now as I play it again, I can't agree with you more.
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Postby Snuggletummy » 2010.06.20 (19:27)

Hello people, I'm back somewhat. See, I'm on academic probation, so I can't get on my PC as much anymore, although that'll probably change seeing as how I'm currently making a 115% in my current class. Anyway, I'm also going to make these short, I'm not really in the mood to type long paragraphs for the games and whatnot, but take it from me, these games are great.

--SUAVE--
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Pretty simple game, great fun if you're bored.

SUAVE

--Crazy Over Goo--
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Also a simple game at first. only one basic control, use the mouse to move the goo. has 50 levels, each level adds something new, from the simple slicer, to sticky walls. Also, includes a level editor.

Crazy Over Goo

--Transformice--
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Multiplayer flash game involving mice trying to get cheese and exiting the level. May sound simple, but it also has physics and one to two players are chosen to be the shaman. The shaman can summon physics objects to aid their mouse brethren with collecting the cheese and making it home. I recommend that you register so you can chat with others. Also, to play with fellow metanetters, just go into the chat and type "/salon meta" without the quotations. Also, it's flash based. Constantly being updated too. Oh, finally, the game is very French. For a funnier experience, go to the room lljk instead of meta.

Transformice

--Cosmic Break--
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This game is a Third Person Shooter with mech customizing and whatnot. It's currently in open beta, and when it releases it'll cost real money to buy some stuff. I'm currently playing it see, as I want to mess around in it before stuff costs money. It's great fun and quite frankly, the mech customization is pretty fawking awesome. Oh, and you know, it's customizable out the ass. You can edit the fawking paintjobs down to the pixels. MetaMechs anyone?

If you do decide to play this, the faction, per say, that I've chosen, is WIZ.

Cosmic Break

--Metal Venture--
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Remember Robokill? You know, that game that would cost you like $20 to purchase. This is essentially that, just, you know, free. The game, for those who don't know, is a top down shooter where you control a mech that can hold up to four weapons (They all fire at once). What does this mean? If you were to find a flamethrower, a shotgun, a rocket launcher, and a laser rifle, you will be able to fire them all at once. Try it out, I sure as hell love it.

Metal venture

Anyway, sorry for the shitty descriptions and whatnot, I've not been hit by an inspiring new way to describe these things. Also, I have more games, but I'm still testing them..3D physics based Tetris anyone?
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Postby capt_weasle » 2010.06.22 (22:24)

Dismantlement. Take apart the radio.
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Postby Cheez » 2010.07.02 (01:05)

-=Knytt Stories=-

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Nifflas' Games wrote:In Knytt Stories, each level is its own little adventure. One level is included with the game, where you have to stop a machine that draws the life out of the planet. Don't forget to download the expansion packs for additional stories.

Knytt Stories is a 2D platform game that runs on Windows 2000 and later, as well as DS homebrew.


Basically, a 2D atmospheric platformer. The level included with the game is great, though you can download tons more levels to play, each with different objectives, tilesets, music, backgrounds, etc., each creating different atmospheres. You can obtain various powerups to help you out, some are necessary to get through the game, such as Double Jump and the Umbrella.

It comes with a level editor as well!

Download: http://nifflas.ni2.se/index.php?page=Knytt+Stories
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Postby Vyacheslav » 2010.07.04 (02:32)

Out of Order. A classic point-and-click game for Windows. You will spend days addicted to this game till you beat it. Rockin' soundtrack too.

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Postby Snuggletummy » 2010.09.07 (04:39)

Konban wa mina-san! I guess I'm updating this now, and yes, I'm still alive, I'm just doing college stuff. So without further adieu, here it comes.

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Transformice
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Have you ever wanted to play a game where you and a ton of friends play as mice and strategically try to pick up a slab of cheese and carry it back to a hole without any sort of problems? Well too fucking bad, this is NOT that game. In Transformice, you do all that, yes, but you have a mouse called the shaman. He/she/Quote is the player with the highest score and he/she/Quote has the ability to spawn objects, pivots, things like that. The main point is for the Shaman to help the mouse get to the cheese, but, well, looking at the comic up top (No, it's not a screenshot, but it explains the game EXACTLY) you should be able to figure the game out. We have numerous players, so ask them how to play. To name a few, Yanni, GamingWolf, TS, Luminaflare (Rarely), Quote, Torex, Stephen, Daik, Bio, kirby and..erm.. other people who have slipped my mind.

To get to the room we use, first go to Transformice then register your name. You need to register your name if you want to talk/buy things. Then, go into the chatbox thing and type "/room meta" without the quotations and exactly how that is. Meaning, don't capitalize meta. People aren't always in the server, so if you need to know, PM one of them. And just to make you all feel special, it's browser based.

I'd add more games, but for now, this is all you need. I mean hell, it also has a map editor, and we could remake levels from N.
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Postby Spawn of Yanni » 2010.09.07 (04:53)

Transformice is one of the best things ever.
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Postby ℎalifax » 2010.09.07 (08:32)

This game is pretty much the best thing to happen to Metanet. Unfortunately, ortsz doesn't seem to agree.
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Postby Zephyr » 2010.09.08 (06:32)

Haha, absolutely hilarious when we played this with Quote the other day over vent.
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Orange- N cannot be spoken, or even thought about in my household. If my parents ever found out that I have played N since the cleansing, my life would be ruined. I keep the game in a multi-passworded .rar on a USB flash drive inside a locked boron alloy container that requires two keys to open (I keep one under the 64th hammer in my piano, and the other one in a small section of removable ceiling in the corner of the attic) hidden in a wall compartment lined with aluminium foil to prevent sonar detection behind my 375 kg cupboard, which is bolted to the floor - the only way to reach it is to abseil outside the fourth floor window and use a screwdriver to unfasten the screws holding the secret brick in place on the opposite side of the wall, but the screwdriver must be a specific type like the one I own, since if any other screwdriver comes into contact with the screws, the entire building will explode, as will a seperate charge placed inside the boron alloy container, rendering the USB useless. Even once the container is retrieved, attemping to open it without the arming pin in place (which is kept inside the battery compartment of my Maglite) will cause the water reservoirs lining the container to burst and react with the caesium lining, causing the container to burst into flames - the only way to prevent this is to use the arming pins to shut off the reservoirs with a sliding steel door. The USB itself contains an accelerometer linked to an explosive charge, meaning that if the USB detects its own movement speed as being greater than 5 cm/s, it will explode - any person attempting to steal it would have to move at a uselessly slow speed. Once plugged into a computer, the USB will upload a ghost virus onto it, leaving no traces. Only the right password can deactivate this virus, and if it is left on the computer for more than six hours, it will format all drives.

As you can see, I take my N playing very seriously.

Guiseppi- I'd much rather watch animals get boned in the ass.

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Yeah, I use plastic.

Tsukatu- I hear Ebony Online is great, too. Cum save your princess, my lord!

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[13:50:53] <Zeph> omfg 1950s jazz :D
[13:50:57] <WorldCupE> ZEPH
[13:51:01] <WorldCupE> WHAT
[13:51:11] <WorldCupE> hpw
[13:51:12] <WorldCupE> how
[13:51:12] <Zeph> everyone wears out halfway through the match
[13:51:15] <WorldCupE> ._.
[13:51:17] <WorldCupE> you
[13:51:19] <WorldCupE> aren't
[13:51:20] <WorldCupE> here
[13:51:24] <WorldCupikaze> I think the broadcasters lowered the volume for certain frequencies
[13:51:35] <WorldCupikaze> WOAH
[13:51:38] <WorldCupikaze> STOP IT ZEPH
[13:51:46] <WorldCupE> he's in #n
[13:51:49] <WorldCupE> but not here
[13:51:58] <Zeph> that nz guy wasn't fouled
[13:52:05] <WorldCupikaze> DUBBLE YOO. TEE. EFF.
[13:52:05] <WorldCupikaze> STOPIT
[13:52:29] <WorldCupE> I don't think Zeph can read what we say
[13:52:38] <WorldCupikaze> No
[13:52:41] <WorldCupikaze> But it still happens
[13:52:46] <WorldCupE> xD
[13:52:47] <Zeph> holy shot I'm vibrating to 1950s relaxing jazz
[13:52:58] <WorldCupE> ZEPH
[13:53:01] <WorldCupE> CAN YOYU HEAR ME
[13:53:20] <WorldCupE> donfuy
[13:53:23] <WorldCupE> have you seen this
[13:53:35] <Donfuy> i can't
[13:53:43] <WorldCupE> can't what
[13:53:47] <WorldCupE> Zeph isn't here
[13:53:48] <WorldCupikaze> WHAT's GOING ON
[13:53:51] <WorldCupE> but is speaking
[13:53:51] <WorldCupE> D:
[13:53:58] <Donfuy> can't see what huh?
[13:54:06] <WorldCupikaze> IT'S THE APOCALYPSE
[13:54:10] <Donfuy> where's zeph o_o
[13:54:18] <WorldCupE> precisely
[13:54:21] <WorldCupikaze> Exactly
[13:55:21] <WorldCupikaze> call wide
[13:55:24] <Zeph> Pooh
[13:55:28] <WorldCupikaze> EH?
[13:55:37] <WorldCupikaze> OOOOOOOOoh
[13:55:38] <Zeph> amazing slide tackle saves day
[13:55:48] <WorldCupikaze> WHY ARE YOU TALKING YOU AREN'T HERE
[13:56:53] <WorldCupikaze> call wide
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[13:32:43] <WorldCupE> ZEPH D:<
[13:32:44] <Zeph> fucking irc app
[13:32:47] <WorldCupE> O_O
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Postby Combo Bustperson » 2010.09.09 (07:26)

I use so much of my energy making you people miserable while playing transformice.
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Postby Scrivener » 2010.10.22 (01:30)

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Postby Heartattack » 2010.10.22 (14:54)

I haven't been playing Transformice as much as I should lately :( The school's filter blocks pretty much anything with "chat" in the description, but the computers they gave us already have Skype installed :/ So Transformice is blocked, and the Kongregate version is no longer working for me. I can't install Adobe Flash, and the only stand-alone client I've found is for PC only. I can still play at home, but when I'm at home I feel much less motivated to waste time.
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Postby Aphex » 2010.11.05 (23:51)

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Judith
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"Judith is a game about control". It's a 3D horror game with an incredibly moving storyline. I'd say the exploration of the house could have been done in a more freeform way; but for the originality of the idea, fleshed out characters, sense of mystery/investigation and genuine scares, I'll forgive the linearity. This ones very powerful.

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A witty, fun and suprisingly intense platformer in which you, a ????, explore the cave guided by ???? (no spoiling). I found myself drawn into this world like no other 2D platformer. The combination of music, gameplay mechanics, witty/dry jokes and a climax that will leave you satisfied (and in my case, physically shaking) makes this a game not to be missed. Oh, also, that dude makes awesome games in general, so explore his archive of games if you're stuck for a good game to play.
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Postby capt_weasle » 2011.01.12 (08:39)

http://www.phoboslab.org/ztype/

Type the names of the ships to destroy them. Fun way to see how fast you can type.
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Postby Donfuy » 2011.01.12 (11:15)

I agree that Judith is amazing. Like most increpare games.
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Postby Snuggletummy » 2011.08.13 (07:31)

Hello hemales and shemales! It's been quite a while and I bet you're all yearning for some sort of gaming enjoyment. Well, I'm just going to place some games here to possibly hold you over, or not, and who knows, maybe I'll update this more often. The problem, though, is that I'm really not a fan of typing long columns of descriptive nonsense. So just take it from me and play these if you get the chance.

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Black Prophecy
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This image is a bit dated, but whatever.

Ever wondered what would happen if game creators pulled their heads out of their asses and made a game stunningly beautiful, extremely fun to play, and completely free? Well wonder no more, Black Prophecy is all those combined. I'm not too far in the game yet, but so far the game is pretty fucking fantastic. From the epic battles with battle cruisers, to the stunning scenery of the locations you explore, this is one of those games that you have to play.

Black Prophecy

P.S. My name in game is Snuggletummy...who would've guessed?

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Battlezone
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(You can change the resolution, I took these from the site..I realize you probably already knew this, but well, that's a tiny resolution.)

It's 1998 and you're sitting there, bored out of your mind, when you hear of a game called Battlezone. You think back to the good old days of 1980 when you first heard of Battlezone, and so you purchase the game. When you start playing this newer version, you're in awe with all the craziness this game has. From the RTS/FPS hybrid gameplay, to the full multiplayer support, this game had it all for it's time. Fast forward to 2011, this game is amazingly still around, and guess what? It's free to play now. All that crazy multiplayer fun you used to share it now back, and plays just as nice as it did.

Battlezone

If you do decide to play this, refer to this for a precise guide to the controls (The game doesn't tell you these, took me a while to figure out how to properly get out of my vehicle.)

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Postby Tanner » 2011.08.13 (10:18)

Someone needs to make an HD texture mod for Battlezone. I played this game so much back in the day.
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Postby Snuggletummy » 2011.08.13 (19:44)

Duchess of Awesome wrote:Someone needs to make an HD texture mod for Battlezone. I played this game so much back in the day.


There actually might be one on their forum, I mean, they have mods for everything, and it's updated pretty regularly, so there's bound to be a HD pack somewhere.
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Postby Snuggletummy » 2012.04.15 (20:50)

Damn, it's been a while since I've updated this, and I apologize for that. College has been kind of a bastard lately, and when I WANT to update this, I can never feel the urge to. Not because I loathe showing off great games, but moreso because I'm too afraid that I'll just start becoming repetitive in terms of describing things.

Oh well, enough of my whining...

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Nitronic Rush
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Have you ever thought, "Hey, I wish there was a game that used Tron-esque visuals, involved a lot of loops, deadly situations, dodging, flying, and all around badassery." If not, then you're probably one of the millions of people to whom have Erectile Dysfunction, and I apologize for your loss.

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To the rest of you, however, look no further, for this game.. is the shit. I mean, you don't even need any description of it, because look at the fucking screenshot, it's so pretty and so forth. Also, I mean, I've played the game, I played it when it first came out, and I may have to reinstall it because the creators (Who are from Digipen, Gods..) have apparently updated it quite a bit and added a nice slew of various things to the mix, so it'll keep you interested.

Even the website is gorgeous

I guess I should tell you that the game is also Windows Only.

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Marble Arena 2
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Now, I know that at least one of you have played Sauerbraten at one point in your lives right? Don't answer that, because most of you will say yes. Anyway, this game's engine is based on the Sauerbraten engine, meaning, it's a very vibrant and beautifully crafted game. Basically, you are a marble, and you have to do various different tasks on each level. This can be from collecting X amount of stars (Which is in a lot of the levels) or destroying various AI controlled marbles. The game features an RPG-esque quality, mostly because you can increase the stats of your marble, such as (But not limited to) Jump height, handling, and ball size. To top it all off, the game features 10 powerups, ranging from your average ball boosting powerup, to one that turns your ball into a spiked ball (Killing everything instantly on impact).

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What's more is that the game also features multiplayer, and while I haven't actually gotten around to playing with it yet, I mean, the game already has so much already, so I imagine multiplayer is JUST as fun, if not more fun.

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Good News Everyone! This game is available for Window, Linux, AND Mac.

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Sorry for only including two games this time, but I figure that these two are fairly amazing games, so they should offer a bit of time to screw with them/play them. You know, because Quality over Quantity, right?
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Postby Paradox » 2012.04.15 (21:03)

A Puzzle-Horror with 3D graphics, http://gamejolt.com/freeware/games/adventure/which/1523/

"The game requires at least 'Windows XP' and 'Pixel Shader 2.0' to work.
(ATI Radeon R420 (X700-X850) or Nvidia GeForce FX series)

The zip file contains 3 executable files:
"Which-Lo.exe" - Low graphics for better performance.
"Which-Hi.exe" - Normal graphics, but may be considerably slow.
"Which-3D.exe" - Stereoscopic 3D in Red/Cyan format."
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