whisperkit says: One of the best fighting games, ever. Still holds up today. Open enough that newbies to the genre can get into it, yet deep enough to entice even a grizzled fighting-game veteran. The spiritual predecessor to BlazBlue.
whisperkit says: There's a reason this game's acronym is SMAC(k). It's horrifyingly addictive. Think Civilisation, with diverse personalities, an emergent plot, an occasionally grim sense of humour and a wonderful sci-fi setting.
whisperkit says: One of the greatest platforming adventure games, ever. The humour is hilarious, the characters weird & engaging, the concepts strange & fantastic. If Tim Burton had directed Inception as a Saturday morning cartoon, this would be it.
whisperkit says: Serious Sam with really crazy guns and a GRIMMNDARK aesthetic that doesn't take itself too seriously.
whisperkit says: A love-letter to old-school FPS's of the past. Also some of the greatest use of sound in game design I've come across.
whisperkit says: Liked Oddysee? Have some more, but better. The worker interactions with the main character are a wonderful addition. Treat them poorly and they'll throw a tantrum, or get depressed. This adds a whole new puzzle element.
whisperkit says: One of the greatest, strangest and darkest platformers, ever. A true must-play.
whisperkit says: Slow at times, but a true cult classic that slipped under many a radar (perhaps using nefarious technologies?). Dungeon Keeper with a 60s spy aesthetic, wonderful trap-customisation, upgradable henchmen.. Holds a special place in my gaming heart.
whisperkit says: Not sure how many play this these days, but I would imagine there's still a fanbase for it. The greatest multiplayer shooter of it's period, with some wonderful mods included. Worth it even if you play with bots.
whisperkit says: Oft-overlooked, I remember M.A.X fondly for it's stunning depth, dark aesthetics (ohgod, the intro movie D: ) and the ability to play it turn-based or RTS with both performing extremely well. Can't speak on the sequel, buthey, free game?
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
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