The Best Retro Games On gog2votes I like it
NeoCorps says: Classic game series Dungeon Keeper 1 & 2 lets you be the Dungeon master as you set out to destroy heroes by building dungeons and raising your minions.
NeoCorps says: The second installment of the classic Dungeon Keeper series. This game has been patched with GoG DirectX and will work on all newer computers.
NeoCorps says: Thief, another great gaming series (Excluding Deadly Shadows) that allowed players to use the environment as a strategy in a way that had never been done before.
NeoCorps says: Not many sequels live up to the first but Thief II did. If you played Thief 1 and loved it then theres no question that you will love this one also.
NeoCorps says: A nice little gem that not many people have played. This game, similar but not exactly the same as Dungeon Keeper allows the player to build a tribe and destroy the enemy using magic and men.
NeoCorps says: Pharaoh set in egypt allows you to build cities to achieve goals. At the same time you must please the Gods. You can trade goods, weapons and whatnot with other close cities also.
NeoCorps says: Caesar 3 is pretty much identical in every way to Pharaoh except the theme. You are now in Rome but the game mechanics are exactly the same. I'm not sure what came first, but it doesn't matter, this game still rocks.
NeoCorps says: Earthworm Jim, probably the funniest guy in his day. Its such a shame they didn't make more, but 1, 2 are still awesome. Pretty much every earthworm jim game is great to blow time on.
NeoCorps says: Hilarious simulator where you must build a hospital to achieve goals. This game was made by bullfrog productions who also made Dungeon Keeper, Populous and Theme Park World (which isn't on GoG but totally rocks).
NeoCorps says: Including Spearhead and Breakthrough. One of the best multiplayer games of its day. Yes, unfortunately the multiplayer is pretty much dead and the story is pointless but there are a few servers left. For those who played it in the past only...
NeoCorps says: Ok, probably the crappiest game in this list but there was something fun about this game when I was young that I couldn't begin to explain here. Yes of course its a driving game and you crash cars, think burnout (but not burnout), nevermind...
NeoCorps says: The map building and predator gamemode kept my friends and I amused for months. Yes, I played this on the xbox and I'm sure the multiplayer is now dead but it was still an awesome game. The campaign is awesome also.
NeoCorps says: Endless wave after wave of monsters that never seemed to be any point to it but man isn't this a great co-op game. I wouldn't play this on your own, although its fun the game is 10x better with your mates. Check out other serious sams also, all but 3
NeoCorps says: Being a hitman and having every awesome weapon you could possible dream of to kill your hits. Completing the game then doing it again with cheats, just amazing.
NeoCorps says: Alright this game got MASSIVELY bad reviews and was never really taken seriously, but man I found it awesome to walk around on the first level and give a fat person 1 month in the penitentiary for owning an illegal gold fish. I loved it.
NeoCorps says: Ah yes, Overload, another great but "unusual" game that splits it from the rest. You are the overload and you control your minions to do something I can't remember anymore (building your home up I think) in this 3rd person game, it rocks.
NeoCorps says: Who hasn't played this yet, I don't think I even need to explain why this game rocks.
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