coquetuille says: Even to this day, Riven is peerless when it comes to crafting a coherent, convincing, surreal, yet deviously challenging puzzle experience. Go on a vacation to a land that does not exist and gaze at the majesty of it all.
coquetuille says: Similar to Riven in harshness, yet quite differently laid out, this puzzle platformer gets most of its draw from the wonderful landscapes and sense of wonder.
coquetuille says: Some sort of spiritual successor to Another World, Outcast provided players with a marvelously elaborate and convincing fantasy world eleven years ago. Charming, unique, and wonderful, this one captured my imagination for weeks.
coquetuille says: Few games are as much about the vacation as the Myst series, and Uru: Complete Chronicles provides a number of wondrously imagined spots and challenging puzzles. Stands now as a tome of what might have been in Uru Live, but worth playing on its own.
coquetuille says: The pacing in this one can be off at times, and the game as a whole could have benefited considerably by some more constraint, but what's here is still a charming sci-fi-meets-fantasy adventure with an impressively independent heroine.
coquetuille says: Part of the same exclusive club as TLJ in that the heroine is not in the game to show her flesh, but rather to get stuff done. Wonderfully imaginative, although the gameplay itself is probably not the main draw. Bonus points for photographing whales.
coquetuille says: Since Fallout came out the approach of mixing retro America with the apocalypse has gained considerable traction with games such as BioShock and Fallout 3. The original has its rough spots, but the sense of place is still interestingly intense.
coquetuille says: I don't know whether this world actually makes sense or not, but it looks so good that I don't particularly care. The best game in Planet Moon's portfolio, although the game was a bit too out there to become a best-seller.
coquetuille says: This one came out of nowhere, marrying the aesthetic of Tim Burton with H.R. Giger, all interspersed with some rather slapstick humor. Quite hard, but marvelous fun.
coquetuille says: Another rather oddball one, the aesthetic in this one is muddy and alien to the point where it's almost incredible how well the game caught on with the audience.
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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