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Finished jazz jackrabbit 1 & 2 next is commandos 1 I am half way finished.
Include me.Thank you.

5/2 Aragami
Post edited February 05, 2018 by Roy28
Only finished 28 games last year due to too much anime (and too much time on roguelites). But 10 of them were in December, so there's hope!

1. Moonlight
2. Paranautical Activity
3. Rage
4. Platypus
5. Stereo Aereo
6. We Slay Monsters
7. Dark Souls
8. Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death
9. Governor of Poker
10. 3D Hardcore Cube 2
11. Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor
12. Iron Storm
13. Space Girls
14. Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel
15. Section 8
16. Spirits of Xanadu
17. Wild Frontera
18. Earthworm Jim
19. Toonstruck
20. Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside
21. Marvin's Mittens
23. 9 Clues 2: The Ward
24. Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek
25. Open Sorcery
26. Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
27. Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala
28. Tiny Barbarian DX
29. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse
30. The Last Time
31. Darksiders Warmastered Edition
32. Mini Ghost
33. Drakan: Order of the Flame
34. Dungetris
35. Unavowed
36. Weird Park Trilogy
37. Lost Castle
38. Princess.Loot.Pixel.Again
39. This Realm of Mine
40. NAM
41. Block Survival: Legend of the Lost Islands
42. TimeShift
43. Shadow Ops: Red Mercury
44. Snake Eyes Dragon
45. Postal 2 + Paradise Lost
46. Lost Horizon
47. Rack N Ruin
48. Tron 2.0
49. Sonic Adventure DX
50. Enclave
51. Rune Classic
52. Dark Sector
53. Until I Have You
54. Forward to the Sky
55. Momodora: Reverie Under The Moonlight
56. Another Perspective
57. Commander Cool 2
58. Cally's Caves 3
59. F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin
60. RoboBlitz
61. Guardian
62. Odallus: The Dark Call
63. Sky Force Anniversary
64. Dark Messiah of Might & Magic
65. Epistory - Typing Chronicles
66. Shadow Warrior 2
67. AER Memories of Old
68. SickBrick
69. Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
70. Trine 2
71. Call of Juarez
72. Sky Hawk
73. Dungeon Girl
74. Sonic Generations
75. Wolfenstein: The New Order
76. Tomb Raider: Underworld
77. Hollow Knight
78. Refunct
79. Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island

282% increase since last year!
Post edited January 01, 2019 by kalirion
Finished Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure on Hard Mode (thanks to a file posted in the Gurumin sub-forum that fixes the endgame crash bug).

Now, time for Happy mode (which is more difficult than Hard).
1. The Sexy Brutale - Quirky and interesting game where you experience groundhogs day, and learn about what's going on from previous attempts. I still don't understand why it's named what it is, but it's enjoyable.

2. Regency Solitaire - Nonsense story, but an interesting take on Solitaire, with some pretty cool gameplay additions.

3. Shadowhand -It's very similar to Regency Solitaire, but by the introduction of duels, the RNG nature is made way worse as you can dominate or be dominated based on the randomness. In making this more "game-y", it's a lot less fun..

4. Downfall Redux - Played the original a long time ago, and bits and pieces of this remake feel familiar. The The Cat Lady tie in is new, as most have noted. But I don't know. Although it has grotesque imagery and whatnot, I never really connected to this game either time.

5. Noctropolis - Point and click adventure with cheesy FMV. I meant the latter as a compliment, but somehow I never really connected with it. It's nice that it comes with a complete walkthrough, though. Some of the actions you need to do are cryptic, but most of it is typical P&C.

6. Shadowrun Returns - RPG with okayish combat and a decent story. Overall feels kinda derivative, and ends right when you think things are going to start cooking. I hear Dragonfall is better so I'm looking forward to that.

7. Bucket Detective - Yeah, it's mostly WTF. But you know that going in. There's only a limited amount of interactivity, so I hesitate to call it more than a walking simulator. But it does have multiple endings and a director commentary.

8. Cayne - After BD, I wanted to continue the horror. So why not with this freebie? Pretty cool little game, and I really like the UI compared to most point and clicks. Which led me to...

9. Stasis - Cayne is definitely more detailed, but you can see where everything stems from. Lots more questions and twists than Cayne in the conclusion.

10. Tormentum - Dark Sorrow - Nifty point and click. Pretty approachable puzzles, with some automatic hint notetaking and glowing objects so you don't have to pixel hunt. Of course, the best thing is the gorgeous horror-inspired art. I can't wait to see what these guys do next.

11. Subsurface Circular - "Text adventure". That's probably all you need to know about it. It's kinda like a visual novel, in that the gameplay is mostly choosing dialog responses and dialog partners. But visually and through it's narrative, it's sci-fi.

12. Yesterday - Darker than the other Pendulo adventures, and the UI could use some work. But it definitely feels bigger budget and comes off better than the Runaway games. I just discovered they made a sequel (prequel?) so I guess I'll revisit this world soon-ish.

13. Mark of the Ninja - An okay'ish action/stealth game. I don't think it's as brilliant as everyone else makes it out to be. It's... dare I say it... boring?

14. Leviathan: The Last Day of the Decade - Very interesting point-n-click adventure with visual novel aspects. But the ending depends on your choices, so not sure if it's my fault or the game's but felt like the ending was very abrupt. Still, a lot of these multi-ending games come alive once you get all the endings so we'll see.

15. Monster Slayers - From what I'm told, this game may have influenced Slay the Spire, which has been getting rave reviews, so I decided to try this one out. It's a deck-based rogue-like, and it works really well. Pick a class, which has its own bonuses and decides the kinds of decks you can have. Then go around 3 randomized maps to try to complete the game. The "deck" you have determines your actions during combat, so the choice between adding a new card vs. removing a bad card at times is an interesting one. What's fun is that because each class plays very differently (literally different cards are available), I feel there's tons of replay value in mastering each one. There are 10 classes in all (+ 2 additional via DLC)

16. Nightmares from the Deep - Okay, I played my first hidden object game and ... I didn't hate it? Probably helps that this title is only HOG 25% of the time. The other 75% is standard point & click adventure where you find objects, figure out where to use them and solve puzzles along the way. For the < $2 asking price, well worth the time invested and I'm about to pick up the remaining two from this series.

Updated 12/16/2018
Post edited December 16, 2018 by thuey
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2017's list.

Bold is a game from GOG, Italic is a game I acquired this year, *Asterisks denote games I've beaten in the past, -Minuses are games not actually in my collection.

A Normal Lost Phone
Donut County
Double Dragon IV
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Glass Masquerade
High Hell
Jazz Jackrabbit
Jill of the Jungle
Just Shapes And Beats
Koihime Enbu
Koihime Enbu: RyoRaiRai
Lethal League
Mark of the Ninja Remastered
Math Rescue
The Messenger
The Mummy Demastered
Paint It Black
Pitiri 1977
Please Don't Touch Anything
Serious Sam's Bogus Detour
Spoiler Alert
Steamworld Dig
Word Rescue
Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection

Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse
*Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers
-*The Goonies
-The Great Waldo Search
*The Little Mermaid
*Mega Man 5
*Mega Man 6
-Metal Storm
-Mickey's Adventures in Numberland
-Time Diver Eon Man
Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland

-Magical Drop 2
*Mario Is Missing!
-Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
-Panel de Pon
-Picross NP Vol. 1
-Soul Blazer
Super Metroid
-Super Metroid/Link to the Past (randomizer)
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse

-Dr. Mario 64
*Mario Tennis
*Super Smash Bros.

*Super Smash Bros. Melee

*Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Game Boy:
-Addams Family: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt
-Bomb Jack
-Castlevania Adventure
-Contra: The Alien Wars
*Game and Watch Gallery 3
-Kirby's Dream Land 2
-The Little Mermaid
-Mega Man 2
-Shaq Fu
*Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins
-*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan
-Tiny Toon Adventures: Babs' Big Break
-WWF Betrayal

Game Boy Advance:
-Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past+Four Swords
*Metroid: Zero Mission
-Spongebob Squarepants: Supersponge

Virtual Boy:
Jack Bros

WarioWare Gold

-Fire Emblem Warriors
Kemono Friends Picross
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Streets of Red: Devil's Dare Deluxe
Steamworld Dig 2

*Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
*Spyro the Dragon

Bit.Trip Presents: Runner2 Future Legend of Rhythm Alien
Kingdom Hearts 2.8: Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth By Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage

Sega Master System:
-Snail Maze

Sega Genesis:
-*Alien Storm
*Barney's Hide and Seek Game
-MIghty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie
-Ninja Gaiden (prototype)
-Streets of Rage 2: Syndicate Wars (ROMhack)

Sega Saturn:
Clockwork Knight
Mega Man X4
Sonic 3D Blast

-Bonk's Big Adventure

-*Cadillacs and Dnosaurs
-*Final Fight
-Luigi's Mansion Arcade
-*Metal Slug
-*Metal Slug X
-*The Simpsons
-Trio the Punch: Never Forget Me
-*Violent Storm
Post edited January 01, 2019 by AllisonUnderland
In order of completion

Batman: The Telltale Series, Season 1
Stories: The Path of Destinies (Multiple playthroughs resulting in True Ending Jan 10th, '18)
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Until Dawn (Second playthrough)
Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series
Beyond Two Souls: Remastered
Grim Dawn - vanilla campaign
Fallout 4
Life is Strange
God of War 4
Post edited May 01, 2018 by CymTyr
kalirion: Only finished 28 games last year

You have always been a huge gamer. When I was still updating the list manually for everyone your entry was always the longest :)

28 games is only for you :). I had six games completed last year! One was TW3 which took five months so thats an excuse!

but still would at least do half the number of games as you!
02.01.2018 Sid Meier's Pirates!
04.01.2018 Party Hard
08.01.2018 Think of the Children
30.01.2018 Patrician IV
31.01.2018 Kingdom: New Lands
06.02.2018 SteamWorld: Heist
13.02.2018 Mainlining
19.02.2018 Okhlos: Omega
27.02.2018 Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves
28.02.2018 Bionic Dues
01.03.2018 Mirror's Edge
02.03.2018 Meridian: New World
07.03.2018 Cosmonautica
25.03.2018 Niche - a genetics survival game
10.07.2018 Tangledeep
16.07.2018 Dungeon Rats
28.07.2018 This War of Mine
12.09.2018 Into the Breach
13.09.2018 Mushroom 11
05.10.2018 Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!
07.10.2018 Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!
11.10.2018 Caravan
31.10.2018 Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
12.11.2018 Day of the Tentacle: Remastered (Maniac Mansion included)
08.12.2018 Titus The Fox: To Marrakech and Back
09.12.2018 Renowned Explorers Bundle
16.12.2018 Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption
22.12.2018 Pizza Connection
29.12.2018 Pyre
Post edited December 30, 2018 by Ghorpm
Include me

Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna

This was the expansion, I finished the base campaign earlier. It was more of the same, both in good and bad. Maybe there were some new spells and then there were these "sets" that you could collect, ie. 3-5 pieces of armor/weapons/rings/whatever that together would give you extra perks. It was a nice touch as it added a bit of "I have to find that one more piece!" to the game, just to make a set complete.

Good: a very slick game, well designed (user interface, gameplay etc.)

Bad: Repetitive (90% of the time you are wandering in some generic forest or dungeon), and frankly there was too much ho-hum loot you'd just convert to money or potions anyway. Many times I felt I was doing much more time arranging and selling (or transmuting) the loot than e.g. exploring or fighting.

Overall I liked the game (both the base game and the expansion).
Include me, please.

My finished games in 2018:
01. The Walking Dead: Season 1 (3rd January 2018)
02. The Walking Dead: 400 Days (DLC) (4th January 2018)
03. 7th Legion (11th January 2018)
04. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (11th January 2018)
05. A Story About My Uncle (17th January 2018)
06. Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians (22nd January 2018)
07. Chronology (24th January 2018)
08. Doki Doki Literature Club (25th January 2018)
09. Enclave (31st January 2018)
10. Firewatch (1st February 2018)
11. Giana Sisters: Rise of the Owlverlords (3rd February 2018)
12. Regency Solitaire (6th February 2018)
13. Harvester (10th February 2018)
14. Invisible Inc. (16th February 2018)
15. Jotun (20th February 2018)
16. Kingdom Rush (26th February 2018)
17. Lucius (3rd March 2018)
18. Mousecraft (10th March 2018)
19. Nightsky (22nd March 2018)
20. The Enchanted Cave 2 (1st April 2018)
21. Owlboy (10th April 2018)
22. Pajama Sam 2 - Thunder and Lightning Aren't so Frightening (16th April 2018)
23. Q.U.B.E. - Director's Cut (26th April 2018)
24. Recettear - An Item Shop's Tale (14th May 2018)
25. The Secret of Monkey Island - Special Edition (20th May 2018)
26. Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers (23rd May 2018)
27. Undertale (31st May 2018)
28. Vessel (2nd July 2018)
29. The Walking Dead: Season 2 (6th July 2018)
30. 2000:1: A Space Felony (4th August 2018)
31. Atom Zombie Smasher (9th August 2018)
32. Not Tonight (3rd September 2018)
33. Framed (Android) (5th September 2018)
34. Entangle (14th September 2018)
35. Fox and Flock (15th September 2018)
36. Toki Tori (23rd September 2018)
37. Yono and the Celestial Elephants (October 2018)
38. Train Valley (29th October 2018)
39. Enigmatis - The Ghosts of Maple Creek (07th November 2018)
40. Princess Evangile (26th November 2018)
41. Mahjong Huntress, The (19th December 2018)
42. Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood (30th December 2018)
Post edited January 02, 2019 by PaterAlf
Crazy Machines (Linux/Wine)

The true successor to "The Incredible Machine".
I play it regularly and the Gold version has hundreds of levels as well as an editor for custom puzzles.
What I particularly like is, that is also has a "Junior's mode" with over 50 easy puzzles particularly aimed at small children which makes this a game I'd totally play with those.
The only minor gripe I have about it is, that the resolution options only go up to 1024x768 but that's really a minor thing and got fixed in the second game.
Onwards to the first expansion!

Batman: The Telltale Series (4th Jan)
Firewatch (13th Jan)
Star Fox Zero (14th Jan)
Pikmin 3 (15th Jan)
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (19th Jan)
Super Mario 3D World (26th Jan)

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (2nd Feb)
Little Nightmares: The Residence DLC (23rd Feb)

Yakuza Kiwami (3rd March)
Final Fantasy XV (18th March)
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus (22nd March)
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto (25th March)
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis (25th March)

Monument Valley (14th May)
Mad Max (14th May)
Gears Of War 4 (21st May)

Monument Valley: Ida's Dream (14th June)
Trials Of The Blood Dragon (25th June)
The Sexy Brutale (29th June)

Horizon: Zero Dawn (7th August)
Horizon: Zero Dawn - The Frozen Wilds (24th August)
Monument Valley: Forgotten Shores (31st August)

Q.U.B.E. (4th September)
Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition (4th September)
Monument Valley II (23rd September)

Hue (11th October)

Burly Men At Sea (6th November)
Shenmue HD (15th November)
Shenmue II HD (27th November)

Sonic Mania (11th December)
Darksiders 3 (30th December)
Post edited December 30, 2018 by Dave_Scoffin
Include me, please
1. Double Dragon IV
2. The Last of Us Remastered
3. Max Payne (PS2 version)
4. Horizon Zero Dawn
5. Megaman
6. Megaman 2
7. Quake 3: Arena
8. Doom 3 VR
9. Megaman 3
10. Bloodstained: Curse of the moon
11. God of War 2018 (PS4)
12. Spacehulk: Deathwing (online)
13. Vermintide 2 (coop)
14. Slain
15. Battlefield 1
Post edited October 14, 2019 by cosminm