sankuri says: A game we actually worked at as a family. Wonderfully creepy atmosphere with interesting puzzles of all types and difficulties. I still return to it now, years later, and it still gives me the same feeling as it did when I was twelve.
sankuri says: While it didn't match its predecessor, this sequel isn't something to completely disregard. More puzzles in the same house introduced to you during the 7th Guest, only now it's during the modern-day.
sankuri says: I wasn't particularly interested in chess, but when you had the pieces fighting one another when you took another, that made all the difference!
sankuri says: Sort of like Sim City in Roman times. Build a working roman civilisation where you see how your actions impact your city.
sankuri says: What amused me most was that it was an earthworm, then the gameplay and comedic value of it all carried me through. Even now I continue to find myself going back to Earthworm Jim for a smile.
sankuri says: I had never truly played a game like this before, but as soon as I installed it I was hooked for hours. Little did I realise how much fun a game I got my father to buy for me simply because I found it in the cheap bin would be!
sankuri says: So the graphics are extremely dated, but the physics and puzzles this game provides still easily amuse me even now, and easily brings me back to my elementary school days where we would fight over who got to play the original first on the new IBMs.
sankuri says: While I was a little young when the first few came about, when V was released I spent hours with my friend playing it together on her computer. VI ended up similarly played.
sankuri says: Another game which had us spending hours in the school's computer lab in junior high, fighting over who got the disc to run it while the rest of us gathered around and watched, helping when the lucky student got stuck. Always worth returning to.
sankuri says: What was better than making your very own theme park? I've moved on to the third installment, but I still remember the first.
sankuri says: First it was Sim City, and then they improved on it with Sim City 2000. I spent hours on the first, and even more on the second.
sankuri says: All right, so this one technically came out on the tail-end of my teenage years, but I still consider that a time of growth. I fell in love with its uniqueness and still go back to it from time to time today.
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!
So, what are the ingredients?
Pick a game that belongs in your GOGmix from the list, or find it by typing something in the text field. Relevance is key here - Earthworm Jim doesn't quite fit the "Sexiest heroines of all time" bill now, does it?
Justify your choice... Or not!
OK, so it's not required, but now that you went through the trouble of adding a game, telling everyone why you did it would be a nice finishing touch. After you're done here, add another game, rinse, repeat.