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Of course please only vote for games that you believe you'd actually buy on GOG

(updated text) I'm be interested in seeing more games rise up the wishlist, and 300 votes used to be kind of a "personal threshold" for when I was contacting devs and pubs. Now this thread is meant to bring attention to games lower on the wishlist, especially indie titles.

Please at least share the the name in bold, the wishlist entry, and link(s) to info on the game, like YouTube gameplay footage.

Related thread from yesteryear is below this first post (in post 2), via Bouchart.
Post edited October 29, 2017 by tfishell
For your reference there's a thread here you might be interested in.
http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/wolf

http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/lion

I would love to see both of these games on GOG, I used to play them all the time when I was younger and I just have fond memories of them. They were both made by the same company and basically they were wildlife simulators where you took on the role of a Wolf or Lion. You had to keep track of hunger and thirst, hunt, either be a loner or part of a pack/pride, avoid humans, etc.
The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble / Woodruff and the Schnibble of Azimuth


For some bizarre reason, the wishlist still has less than 300 votes.

Come on, this is a real classic and we already have the Gobliins games on here so it would be just the right thing to add to the catalog:

http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/the_bizarre_adventures_of_woodruff_and_the_schnibble
Post edited April 21, 2015 by awalterj
Bump.
Bim

Bam
Necropolis, upcoming rogue-like hack and slash by Shadowrun developer Harebrained Schemes, for a link to gameplay footage see the wishlist entry.
Post edited April 22, 2015 by Leroux
GOG could use some more old flightsims and what would be better than the iconic Strike Eagle series?

Wishlist
<span class="bold">1001 Spikes</span> (Samu Wosada, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Longplay
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Axiom Verge</span> (Thomas Happ, 2015)
>>Review
>>Trailer 1
>>Trailer 2
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Castle Crashers</span> (The Behemoth, 2008)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Longplay
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Kero Blaster</span> (Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Longplay
>>Soundtrack
Post edited April 22, 2015 by Barry_Woodward
<span class="bold">Lisa</span> (Austin Jorgensen, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Little Inferno</span> (Tomorrow Corporation, 2012)
>>Review
>>Trailer 1
>>Trailer 2
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)</span> (Upper One Games, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Outland</span> (Housemarque, 2011)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack
Post edited April 22, 2015 by Barry_Woodward
<span class="bold">Papo &amp; Yo</span> (Vander Caballero, 2012)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Rex Rocket</span> (Rob Maher & Tyler Bud, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Roundabout</span> (No Goblin, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Skullgirls</span> (Mike Zaimont, 2012)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack
Post edited April 22, 2015 by Barry_Woodward
<span class="bold">Superbrothers: Sword &amp; Sworcery EP</span> (Superbrothers & Capybara Games, 2011)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Thomas Was Alone</span> (Mike Bithell, 2012)
>>Review
>>Trailer 1
>>Trailer 2
>>Longplay
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Vessel</span> (Strange Loop Games, 2012)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack

<span class="bold">Xeodrifter</span> (Jools Watsham, 2014)
>>Trailer
>>Review
>>Soundtrack
Just went trolling through the sub-300's and found some stuff that looks good. Along with a bunch of duplicates, misspellings, etc. (Yes, mostly reported.)

Space Quest 1: Roger Wilco in the Sarien Encounter (Sierra, 1991)
Mobygames
This is the VGA remake, full point-and-click interface.

Siege of Avalon (Digital Tome, 2001)
Mobygames
Indie isometric RPG. Should scratch a similar itch to the Spiderweb games.

Crusader Kings II (Paradox, 2012)
Mobygames
Seriously, only 295 votes?

Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All The Girls (Legend, 1990)
Mobygames
Funny and slightly risque (think Larry-ish) adventure game.

I'm drawing the line at 100 votes. Too many dupes down there. ("Wizardy VI, VII and VIII").
The Seven Year's War an upcoming RTS game with a campaing mode similar to paradox campaign games and tactical battles similar to Total War games.

Youtube gameplay trailer of the game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-88GwZc7t0A

Dev site: http://thesevenyearswar.com/

Vote here: http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/the_seven_years_war
Post edited April 22, 2015 by Matruchus
Creeper World III: Arc Eternal

http://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/creeper_world_3_arc_eternal

Great game, only got 58 votes...

Website here: http://knucklecracker.com/creeperworld3/cw3.php

KnukleCracker is also working on a new 4th game, but it is still very much in the early stages, and may not be a continuation of the Creeper World series.

Edit:
Quill18 lets play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlJ5FmjL_7g
Should I buy? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDMobDpkH6I
edit II: I just deleted my save data and started all over again :)
Post edited April 22, 2015 by amok