daydreamer2393 says: Not one of my favorites, but a good game nonetheless. The plot is a Victorian novel meets a classic fantasy--different, to say the least, but magical all the same!
daydreamer2393 says: I discovered this game late, so it had been out for a few years before I got it. I wasted an entire semester of college on this one. I don't think I could tell you what classes I took that semester, but I can tell you the rush of beating this game!
daydreamer2393 says: A true classic RPG. The gameplay feels old now, but it was top-of-the-line when it came out. The plot is intriguing; I was on pins and needles trying to figure why my character had those random dreams! Hint: They're not that random...
daydreamer2393 says: Not a favorite, but this list is called "discover my childhood," and this game was a huge part of it! I was five years old on that DOS system striking down pawns with my cool knights. The best part of this game was the live chess pieces!
daydreamer2393 says: OH MY GOSH!!! This game WAS my childhood! I've played every scenario, and there are some I've played more than once. This is a classic strategy game, and in my opinion, the best of the Heroes franchise. Nothing beats a good ol' chain lightening spell
daydreamer2393 says: Fancier than Heroes of Might and Magic 2, but not as much fun.
daydreamer2393 says: GREAT RPG! I have many memories of this one, including killing my paladin because she wouldn't let me lie to someone, and getting incredibly jumpy at the battle on the bridge. Ah, good times!
daydreamer2393 says: Like Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II, IWD the first is a good game, but the gameplay is a bit more rustic than its sequel. Still, highly recommended!
daydreamer2393 says: These games were played in retrospect--that is, I played 5,6, and 7 before 1,2,3. Of the three, KQ III is my favorite! The plot is great, and if you enjoy the computer telling you "What bowl?" when you type in "bowl," this game is for
daydreamer2393 says: King's Quest VI is the BEST game EVER invented by humankind...well, by Roberta Williams, anyway. Seriously, I want to name my son Alexander because of this game. If you never play any other game in your life, you must play KQ VI.
daydreamer2393 says: This one gets four stars, only because KQ VIII is probably one of my least favorite games ever, while KQ VII is one of my favorite games ever. Yes, it got knocked for "cartoony" graphics, but it's still a great plot and great humor!
daydreamer2393 says: Oldie, but goodie! A great strategy game, and though it's been awhile, I remember the turn-based battle scenes being fun to play, especially as a rogue. Sneak attacks rock!
daydreamer2393 says: I distinctly remember getting mad at my dad because he stayed up to finish this one, and I had to go to bed. :-) But, of course, I eventually played and finished it for myself. Great RPG! HotU was my favorite expansion 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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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?
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