10 games to get you started on GOG and never leave4votes I like it
betpet says: Legendary space sim which kept you hooked from start to finish. Now, since the engine was made open source, is playable on modern machines with no significant changes and on multiple OSes.
betpet says: The ultimate version of the original Civilization games. Well balanced, interesting civilisations, gripping! Unfortunately, doesn't come with the expansion pack but maybe in future...
betpet says: Took the best out of the original game and added lots of great new features. Very addictive and plenty to keep you coming back for more.
betpet says: Considered by many to be the perfect implementation of the ADAD rules. Strong story and plenty of gaming hours to enjoy.
betpet says: The original games that were the first games I played when I got my first PC. Still as engaging today and it is surprising how much story they managed to cram into so little space.
betpet says: Considered by many to be the best Ultima game. Available in its entireity and so deep, you'll need a month to find your way back out.
betpet says: The ageless classics. A game so simple it needs less than 10 screens to play yet is so deep you don't notice how well it uses them.
betpet says: The last version of UT before they went with the 'everyone is sweaty and covered in vaseline' engine. Beautiful to look at and play and runs like a dream on even a low spec modern machine.
betpet says: The first 'new' game that GOG released. DRM-free and instantly a classic. Well worth getting your mitts on this beast!
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