30 minutes, a cup of coffee, and a netbook39votes I like it
doctorfrog says: This duo of sci-fi strategy titles manage a complexity and elegance that makes play over several coffee breaks not only possible, but equally agonizing and engrossing.
doctorfrog says: Gorgeous fantasy strategy title. Unlike other similar games, you can easily walk away from a HOMM game, then return without feeling lost. Be sure to get the HD patch that allows you to stretch the game to wonky netbook resolutions.
doctorfrog says: This may not be the best title for a short coffee break, but if you absolutely must have tactical battles with tiny men, it's hard to do better than JA2.
doctorfrog says: It isn't the best city manager around, but Caesar III runs great on a netbook, and has adjustable difficulty and speed, making it almost equally playable with a mouse or a touchpad.
doctorfrog says: Ordinarily, a FPS is a bad match with a cramped coffeehouse table, but the old 2.5D shooters could be played fairly well without a mouse. See also: Duke Nukem.
doctorfrog says: It's a free, humorous adventure game with puzzles that aren't ridiculous. A fine example of LucasArts-style adventure, and not terribly long.
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