bpops says: Quite simply the best type of gameplay with one hand. Beer helps with the immersion into this wonderful world. Recommended: any islander beer (e.g. Red Stripe, Fire Rock Pale Ale,...)
bpops says: Continuing with the Myst franchise is Riven. Note: you may need to occasionally put down your mouse (but NEVER, EVER your beer) to write some notes. Recommended: stouts (e.g. Guinness)
bpops says: The only keyboard stroke that I ever found particularly useful was the spacebar for pausing the game during combat. However, clicking the clock button with your cursor will do the job just fine. Recommended: Mead (from a wooden tankard if available)
bpops says: Like it's predecessor, BG II represents some of the finest PC gaming, period -- but it also requires minimal use of the keyboard, and can be played especially well with a beer in one hand. Recommended: Dos Equis.
bpops says: Another incredible, immersive world that leaves one hand free to hold your fermented vegetable drink. Visit two amazing juxtaposed worlds as April Ryan. Recommended: any hybrid beer (e.g. smoked beers, fruit beers, ...)
bpops says: The turn-based structure of this fantastic RPG means you don't need "both hands on the wheel." Sit back, relax, and enjoy a brew throughout this epic journey set in a post-apocalyptic future. Recommended: Any bottled beer (keep your caps!)
bpops says: Can't get enough of the wasteland? In Fallout 2, you'll search for the fabled Garden of Eden Creation Kit (GECK), a device which "turns the wastes into a fruitful paradise." Recommended: Hoegaarden.
bpops says: With optional mouse-only input, this classic-style modern dungeon crawl is perfect for knocking back a few cold ones. Recommended: Rolling Rock.
bpops says: Do you like trains? Woolly mammoths? Robots? ...beer? The original atmosphere will draw you in and provide 3/4 of these awesome things. You provide the last. Recommended: Ice-cold beer straight out of an ice chest (or snow if available).
bpops says: If you're still playing Syberia at this point, you've probably gotten frostbite. Yes, I think you're looking a little whiter than normal. And you're missing fingers. Recommended: Pale Ale.
bpops says: This brilliant game is as fun as it is easy to play with one hand. I'm not a huge simulation/tycoon fan, but this one is a blast. Recommended: any beer you like, just don't spot the desk -- please use a coaster!
bpops says: Even more fantastic theme park goodness from Chris Sawyer. Roller Coaster Tycoon TWO. TRIPLE thrill pack. Hmmm... 2 x 3 = 6.... Recommended: Six pack!
bpops says: Settle into the dystopian future Australia, mate. This hilarious point+click is easy on the fingers, but sometimes tough on the brain. Recommended: Foster's. It's Australian for ... ahem ..
bpops says: Yet another Infinity engine classic that only requires mouse input. Recommended: Any ole plane bottled beer. Don't drink too much or you may not recall playing this wonderful game...
bpops says: This game was amazing in its time, and has yet to be bested in city-building goodness. Recommended: Any Simulated Beer (e.g. O'Douls)... nevermind. That's an awful idea.
bpops says: Arguably one of TellTale's greatest reboots and franchises. This series is modern adventure gaming at its best. And still, only one hand required. Recommended: Rum. Arghhh, matey.
bpops says: A valiant, but flawed, effort to reboot the spirit of the Baldur's Gate games. No dual-handed controls required. Recommended: Go with wine -- Pinot Noir.
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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