Games You Might Miss But Shouldn't171votes I like it
phanboy4 says: Best Build Engine game after Duke Nukem 3D, this 1997 title is such an amazing and atmospheric run & gun there are still fansites devoted to it.
phanboy4 says: Really interesting and engrossing economic simulator. Yeah, yeah, I know, who wants to play an economic simulator, right? Wrong.
phanboy4 says: A great little game from Argentina sadly unknown outside of the adventure-gaming community, where it made quite a splash a few years ago before the developer closed down. Excels at slow build terror and atmosphere. Highly recommended.
phanboy4 says: The first indie adventure game from one man point & click powerhouse Jonathan Boakes. Think Myst, but subtly creepy. Very creepy. Because it has dark bits. I really hate dark bits.
phanboy4 says: Jane Jensen's first solo effort, this game was one of the first point & clicks to focus closely on real-world situations and characters. Amazing adventure.
phanboy4 says: Another stellar outing from Jane Jensen, this game has the distinction of being one of the only FMV-era games everybody needs to play. Wonderfully executed, even if the ending rushes by due to the budget issues Sierra encountered.
phanboy4 says: One of the best CRPGs of the past decade. And you might not have heard of it. I hope you have. Either way, now you know. Buy it.
phanboy4 says: The last real first-person dungeon crawl. Atmospheric, fun adventuring.
phanboy4 says: One of the most innovative titles nobody played, this game is a remake of the classic 'Carrier Command'. It's a typical RTS. Except your base station is a huge ship. And your soldiers are microchips. And you can personally control any unit. Also fun
phanboy4 says: The original third-person shooter. An amazingly creative and fun game. Ratchet & Clank takes more than a few obvious cues from this game.
phanboy4 says: Before Heroes was, there was simply Might and Magic. And it was good. Very good.
phanboy4 says: Weird and innovative magnum opus from a sadly now-defunct Belgian developer, it's also known for being one of the select few games to use voxels extensively. It was also way ahead of its time.
phanboy4 says: One of the most creative worlds and one of the most amazing stories ever told in gaming.
phanboy4 says: Yeah, it's gratuitous and over-the-top tacky. It's also tons of fun, and actually manages to create some semblance of an open world.
phanboy4 says: Ah, Magic Carpet. One of Bullfrog's underappreciated, ahead-of-its-time classics. For those that don't know, it's a 3D RTS/DotA/FPS/Flight game with real-time terraforming. That ran at 60FPS. In 1994. Yeah.
phanboy4 says: One of the best tactical squad-based shooters of all time. Easily as good as or better than Rainbow Six, and virtually identical to the later SWAT 4 in terms of mechanics, just with more missions and content.
phanboy4 says: It's pinball. Really good pinball. It's also more fun than you think.
phanboy4 says: Notoriously buggy and beloved adventure game. Crazy, creepy story, surprisingly grown-up themes.
phanboy4 says: One of the first FMV adventure games, it's also one of the the only other ones worth playing besides Gabriel Knight 2. It employed ground-breaking first-person 3D environments.
phanboy4 says: Sort of like Civ + Sim City + RTS. A woefully under-appreciated classic. Addictive and loads of fun.
phanboy4 says: Underground GOG favorite The Guild is, well, a simulation of running a guild in the medieval era. Tons of fun, surprisingly deep, a bit glitchy. Buy it.
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