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Secret Maryo Chronicles is an Open Source two-dimensional platform game with a design similar to classic computer games.

http://www.secretmaryo.org/
Gravi is an intense puzzle-platformer that'll test your tolerance for pain. Fling yourself through terrorizing traps and manipulate gravity to swing towards victory. Death is guaranteed.

http://www.desura.com/games/gravi
OpenRA is a Libre/Free Real Time Strategy game engine supporting early Westwood games like Command & Conquer and Command & Conquer: Red Alert.

http://openra.res0l.net/
The second episode of the first-person sci-fi adventure game Dead Cyborg is out now, both episodes are free.
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benderz: One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until strange things start to happen.

http://www.onelatenight.com/
A head's up: The regular version(The one not marked x86 version or DX11 version) doesn't work on Win7 64-bit(It just freezes when you try starting it), and the DX11 version is buggy as hell(I tried running in a window and when I tried full-screening it after playing a bit in a window it blue-screened/crash dumped my PC.

Other minor gripes: The versions on the site are confusing...there's a regular(non-labelled) version, a DX11 version, and an x86 version.
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General thread-related reply: I wish someone making these kinds of threads would at least have the decency to only do so if they planned on updating the first-page posting lists. This is the second time the OP of such threads has only maintained it for a short while before stopping entirely. :\
Post edited March 21, 2013 by GameRager
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benderz: One Late Night is a short immersive horror-game experience, starring an unnamed graphic designer employee, working late one night at the office, until strange things start to happen.

http://www.onelatenight.com/
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GameRager: A head's up: The regular version(The one not marked x86 version or DX11 version) doesn't work on Win7 64-bit(It just freezes when you try starting it), and the DX11 version is buggy as hell(I tried running in a window and when I tried full-screening it after playing a bit in a window it blue-screened/crash dumped my PC.

Other minor gripes: The versions on the site are confusing...there's a regular(non-labelled) version, a DX11 version, and an x86 version.
I tried the x86 version on Windows 7 64bit and it work fine. Or maybe try the Desura version. This one will download all the Windows version and ask you before launch what version you want to play.
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benderz: I tried the x86 version on Windows 7 64bit and it work fine. Or maybe try the Desura version. This one will download all the Windows version and ask you before launch what version you want to play.
I don't get why they don't just make one version for all Windows OS bit versions, and have an option in-game to enable DX11(if one wants it).
Post edited March 21, 2013 by GameRager
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SCPM: The second episode of the first-person sci-fi adventure game Dead Cyborg is out now, both episodes are free.
Looks somewhat good. I started up the first episode and here's my list of pros/cons for those who are interested:

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Pros
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*Awesome atmosphere/graphics style/sound
*Free

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*No save ability
*Unmappable controls(In the menu you can't even use mouse to select things/scroll the menu/etc, and in-game you have to use the wasd keys and can't change them/other functions.)
*The mouse gets perma-locked into the game window while playing, and nothing(alt-tabbing, using ctrl-alt-delete to open the system options & free the mouse that way, etc) can free it short of closing the game(This combined with no saves makes for a very poor combo, imo.)
*You have to run a .bat file to start the game(not much of a con but this is a personal gripe of mine. Other games have shortcuts/exes to run from so why not this one?)
STRIKE FORCE HEROES 2
Customize your soldiers with thousands of weapons, armour and upgrades in this epic action-packed shooter. (13+)

SIZE: 15953KB
CREATED BY: Sky9Games

http://www.notdoppler.com/strikeforceheroes2.php
Apologies if these were already mentioned.

Enemy Nations
Real Time Strategy. Previously a retail game, now Freeware.

Full Spectrum Warrior
Third Person Squad based Tactical Shooter / military simulation. Previously Retail now freeware.
FreeCiv is a Free and Open Source empire-building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization.
The game commences in prehistory and your mission is to lead your tribe from the Stone Age to the Space Age...

http://freeciv.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

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FreeCol is a turn-based strategy game based on the old game Colonization, and similar to Civilization. The objective of the game is to create an independent nation.
You start with only a few colonists defying the stormy seas in their search for new land. Will you guide them on the Colonization of a New World?

http://www.freecol.org/
Sacred Line is a free first person dark adventure/surreal thriller with story-driven explorative physics-based gameplay, black-white-red silent movie/BD style and multistructural abstract non-cliche plot. It takes its place in a fully developed universe where your main enemy is a union of third-world countries which is trying to set totalitarian regime over the whole planet polluting and destroying everything around them. In this game you will face their leader which was summoned by the ancient sect, dealing with unknown sources of power and paranormal activity.

http://sacredline.orgfree.com/

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Deadbuild is a RTS Tower Defence game. Your objective is to defend your village against waves of zombies. They spawn at night so you have time to (macro) gather resources and build defences at day. And when the night comes you can micro your hero and try to keep your village protected from enemies.

http://www.desura.com/games/deadbuild
Benderz, you contribute so much to the thread that you should be the new OP....hmm, maybe you/I could make a new thread and update accordingly? It would take awhile to compile the games/info you've added to this thread, though.
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GameRager: Benderz, you contribute so much to the thread that you should be the new OP....hmm, maybe you/I could make a new thread and update accordingly? It would take awhile to compile the games/info you've added to this thread, though.
Thanks ! The problem is : too much topics can create some confusions, so I don't know.
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GameRager: Benderz, you contribute so much to the thread that you should be the new OP....hmm, maybe you/I could make a new thread and update accordingly? It would take awhile to compile the games/info you've added to this thread, though.
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benderz: Thanks ! The problem is : too much topics can create some confusions, so I don't know.
This thread has already been remade several times over, though, so a new one probably wouldn't be a problem. At least if we had a ew thread(with a more watchful OP) then we'd be able to keep the OP posts/lists updated so people wouldn't have to wade through the entire thread to find games.

Hrm, maybe we could make a new thread while linking to this old one(Thus allowing people to check what games/mods are listed here & allowing us to start the new thread blank/from scratch.). :|