Rob Curnock's GOG Mix1vote I like it
rc7035 says: GET THIS GAME NOW! No questions to be answered, just get it, play it and I promise you, YOU WILL ADORE IT! By far the best game on Good Old Games! With the expansion pack making it even better than it already is you will love it for sure!
rc7035 says: This is my favourite game of 2013 from GOG because of it's uniqueness. With every step you take in this game, it will pleasantly surprise you. With combat and storyline fitting perfectly together, it comes second on my top GOG list.
rc7035 says: This game gives you a GTA style feel when in free-roam. With idea's from Doctor Who and Back to the Future, you will laugh playing the story-line. It also has great controller compatibility, making the experience even better!
rc7035 says: This game is based on an arcade machine style set-up. It is also based on upgrades which for once in a game, I like, but also has some survival elements. With lots of customisation, this game is perfect for arcade and it worth the money.
rc7035 says: This game is my favourite of the RCT series. With more playability than any other game made, there are endless possibilities to build with this game! Don't bother with RCT 3 or 1 just get this!!!
rc7035 says: If you are unsure about buying this game, try the demo and if you like it I assure you, you will like the game. You play as an officer at a border control and you must only let people through with sufficient passports and data sheets. Great game!
rc7035 says: One word.. Fantastic! The soundtrack is brilliant and suits the game perfectly, the game play is so addictive, it could become the next Flappy Bird because you will die... A LOT! And best of all with GOG you get great extra's to download!
rc7035 says: This city builder/simulator is unique to something like The Sims because it has a survival aspect to it which gives it a really interesting theme. The graphics are brilliant, texturing isn't great but overall one of the best city builders out there.
rc7035 says: This game is for the gamers who like to take a break once in a while from games like COD and Battlefield and like to sit, relax and laugh at this hilarious, but brilliant multi-player game. It has a single player, but it is meant for multi-player
rc7035 says: With 2D platforming at it's best, Mossmouth have really done well to create an addictive, fun and adventurous game. With lots of different game modes, the price of the game definitely reflects the quality of the overall game.
rc7035 says: This game takes 2D gaming to the max! With 3D elements of spinning terrain, there is a lot more to explore than meets the eye when playing. Not the best game on the list, but definitely worth buying as all these games are.
rc7035 says: This another game that was way before it's time. You are a Commander controlling his crew through forests, mountains and rivers while trying to win a relentless war. The graphics are stunning and are the kind of quality that you would expect today.
rc7035 says: This 2D side scrolling platformer is a GOG essential as it adds a twist to permadeath because when you die, you reincarnate as someone within your in-game family which then gives you more abilities and weapons. Enjoy 2D games? Get this for sure.
rc7035 says: The most classic game of the whole list. It is essentially a Hospital builder with game play that keeps you playing for at least a day or two. When playing this game you get a great sense of urgency when building and designing your hospital.
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