A few games that defined my childhood3votes I like it
TheBozz says: It's not often you say a game forged you into who you are. Thief did it for me: it showed me the rewards of patience and perseverance. It made me crave a challenge and push myself as hard as I can. I still play it again from time to time.
TheBozz says: My dad brought me this game from a trip. The Silencer looked like a robot, and I liked robots. Back then I couldn't play it properly, I was too young for it. I've started playing it and its sequel again, and now I really appreciate them.
TheBozz says: This is another of those life-defining games. Since Quake II I knew there was a modding scene. It wasn't until I got Unreal that I got to feel the power of bending the game to my will. That was the moment I decided to learn how to program.
TheBozz says: This was one of the first games, along with Thief, that really caught me in their worlds. I loved the setup and the story. I'm still waiting for someone to finish the story of the Legacy of Kain.
TheBozz says: This game was the one who introduced me to point-and-click adventures. After it I got hold of such classics as Full Throttle and Day Of The Tentacle. A side bonus: it got the rest of my family into gaming. Just one thing: skip the remake, it's awful.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
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