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Top 10 Indie Games online you need to download and play!
Posted on 06/14/2017 7:54:29 AM PDT by mainestategop
Continuing from my previous article on the Democrat's war on free markets and unfair anti-capitalist regulations targeting indie software makers, I said that the best way to stick it to these big companies that back the socialist agenda of the DNC was to buy indie and boycott the big bolshevik businesses. I mean they got to where they were because of capitalism and now they want to ruin it for all of us just so they can avoid competition!
SO! We here present our top 10 list of indie games you gotta play! Along with Top 10 Flash games online!
Some of them are free, some of them you have to pay for with credit card of paypal, some of them want a donation on Pat
reaon for their work! After playing, you'll agree they should get a donation!
I myself have recently donated a small amount of money to a few of these aspiring artists. Its rewarding and it motivates them to keep doing a very good job!
SO! Off we go to our list! For this list its Indie games that are downloadable and either free or requiring a purchase. Ranking based on popularity and innovation. Websites like Steampowered and GOG.com recommended for buying them! GOG in particular!
Okay! HERE WE GO!
#10 LIBERAL CRIME SQUAD
Billed as a liberal adventure, you play the role of a left wing rebel group in a big city in a dystopic America. You're goal, to make America elite liberal. You do this by fighting conservatives, hacking, destroying sites, fighting militias and swaying public opinion in your favor.
As a conservative libertarian I just couldn't pass this one up. Its hillarious even if it is violent and at times controversial. CAUTION: CONTAINS GRAPHIC VIOLENCE AND SUGGESTIVE THEMES! VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED
You can download it here at Bay12games Note that there are other later versions that are more advanced.
#9 Armored commander
This game has been moving along well and shows promise. A newer version with advanced tactics and strategy is expected out later on as well as new campaigns set in North Africa, Russia and the Pacific.
Armored Commander takes place after the D-Day invasion. You play as a Tank commander, and American or Canadian riding it out through Europe attacking German placements and liberating Europe from the Nazis. The game has developed nicely. A combination of role playing and strategy. According to one player who was an army officer, it was deemed accurate.
Click here to take part in the war to end all wars.
A graphic roguelike where you play as a lowly imp who wants to become boss of the dungeons. Roguelike means similar to rogue in that the levels and dungeons are procedurally generated at random meaning no two games are the same. Cool graphics, random events and neat features make this game a must have for all fans of rogue. Click here to visit the website
#7 The Legend of Grimrock 1 and 2
In the 80s and 90s, the dungeon crawler, 3d RPGs set in fantastic dungeons such as Bloodwych and Dungeon Master set the stage for fantasy RPG gaming delight. Other games such as roguelike Dungeon Hack and Wizardry series also set the role.
The Dungeon crawler series became a thing of the past until now... Legend of Grimrock has brought it back and they've out done and out shone it!
The two games, one set in a mountain dungeon and the other on an island overworld feature a vast non-linear expanse for adventurers to explore. AND, It comes with custom editors so that the player can remake the game and customize their own dungeons and overworld for long lasting interest.
Did I forget to mention that both games have secret fantastic endings and a cool story?
From Russia with love, the Eador Series of games focuses on the reunification of a broken world called Eador, shattered and lost in the voids of chaos. You play as a deity trying to put it back together again.
The game has become extremely popular in Russia and is now gaining a foothold in the US. The game has also been liked by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The game is popular not only because of the randomness and unique features but because of its challenge. Russians are masters of the chessboard and masters of battle strategy so be prepared for a no holds bar challenge.
Our staff lost the game at the lowest setting. Only one of us managed to beat the game at all. Kyle Weissman who himself is a strategist and a wargame buff. Be prepared for endless challenge and a fantastic adventure to put the world of Eador back together.
#5 The Banner Saga & Tahira: Echoes of the Astral empire
Two great games of the science-fiction fantasy Genre
Yes we couldn't pass these by. A fantastic story, gripping strategy and adventure and rotoscoping animation that beholds the eye. The award winning games will leave you wanting more. Tahira in particular is possibly expecting a sequel while Banner Saga already has unsheathed its own.
#4 FTL: Faster than light
A revolutionary Sci-fi roguelike set in the distant future You take command of a starship and attempt to reach Federation HQ while being pursued by a rebal fleet. Random events and other things happen in this game. FTL's complex strategic gameplay allows you to give orders to your crew, manage ship power distribution, and choose weapon targets in the heat of battle. You will encounter unique alien lifeforms and technology. You can upgrade your ship and unlock new ones with the help of six diverse alien races. Be the Captain you want: hundreds of text based encounters will force you to make tough decisions. In the randomized galaxy each play-through will feature different enemies, events, and results to your decisions.
A sci-fi roguelike based on the popular Starflight series of games from the 80s.
In an unexplored sector of space, humanity seeks to establish a permanent presence. Megacorporations have set up starbases in the region, where they employ freelance prospectors to find exploitable resources and map unknown planets.
The player commands a team of these prospectors. Their goal is to explore the unknown systems and bring back valuable minerals, alien artifacts, and biodata... without being killed by hostile life forms, space pirates, harsh planet conditions, alien gods, interstellar gas clouds, running out of oxygen, and the many other dangers of the sector.
Just like in Starflight you can explore uncharted space and even land on and explore the planets of different systems.
The game features a gripping non-linear story, a chance to explore a random and near endless galaxy and even the worlds they have and encounter many strange phenomena. Boldy going where no one has gone before.
You can download it for free here.
#2 Papers Please
In Paper's Please you are a border security guard in a paralell universe where the communists won the cold war. Set in the 1980s in the Soviet country of Aristoitka, your job is to compare papers and identities, thwart terrorist plots, please the Politburo and keep the mother land's borders secure. The game is mostly random and has a sandbox mode that can be unlocked if you complete the game the right way. There are over 21 endings I'm told.
Before unveiling our number one pick, here are some honrable mentions.
Ultima Ration Regum
A revolutionary new Roguelike by an Oxford Scholar based on the works of Umberto Eco. The game is set in a random planet with its own random solar system and random cultures, civilizatiions and relgions! The game puts you in the shoes of a young son of a powerful nobleman who sets out to explore the world and discover the history of the world and the meaning of life.
Its an exicting new game that deserves credence and support. Believe me!
A farm sim and Role playing game based on the popular Harvest moon series for Nintendo. Its even better than Harvest moon. That I can tell you.
No man's sky
Oh my god That game is gonna be awesome!
TO THE MOON
3059 and its sequels
1# DWARF FORTRESS
How do I describe it? Its like Sim city, Rogue, Caesar 1-4 Empire, virtual reality. Prospector and Lord of the rings all mashed up into one!!!
The game is set on a randomly procedurally designed planet. You can decide how it is made BTW and help shape its history. This is basically a dwarven city building sim set in a simulated random planet.
There is also an adventure mode where players can play either as a Human, elf or Dwarf and explore the world.
Words can't describe the miracle of Dwarf fortress besides being free and one of the most advanced games out there. The world is build from scratch by the computer, features its own history I MEAN ITS OWN HISTORY! All about characters people civilizations towns, dungeons monsters ETC. HOW DO YOU DO THAT!?
Its my son's favorite and I guess mine too. I have to set limits you see and try and tear him away for supper. My wife is just like that with me too. HA!
There are also mods that can improve graphics, views, add new races and characters as well as a host of other things.
AND ITS STILL BEING UPGRADED, IMPROVED AND WORKED ON ALL THE TIME BETTER AND BETTER!
The game is by Tarn Adams AKA legendary frog of bay12games.com
Click here to download your own copy and enjoy! Just don't overdo it and stay down for too long!!
AND NOW, TOP 10 FLASH
I wont go into details this time. It'll speak for itself. These are the best flash games found on sites such as kongregate.com and Newgrounds.com I want to warn you, Newgrounds has everything and I mean EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING! So be careful if you go there.
#10 Cross Code
#9 Probability 0
#8 Ronin: Spirit of the sword
#7 Knightmare Tower& Knightfall
#6 High tea
#4 Mastermind world conquerer
#3 Epic battle fantasy series
#2 Red rogue
#1 Toss the turtle
TOPICS: Computers/Internet; Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: capitalism; dwarffortress; forest; freemarkets; games; indiegames; ori; stardewvalley
No doubt some of you have your own views, maybe you'll disagree but we all came together and came up with it ourselves.
Dwarf fortress without a doubt deserves number one in my opinon. If I could get away with it, I'd move Prospector and Grimrock up a few notches as well.
That other game Ultima Ration Regum is very very promising. I like Umberto Eco's novels, one of My Catholic viewers introduced me to the game.
The other one that's awesome is toss turtle. Why its up there at Number one you ask? Well I like it, my son likes it and the concept is very funny.
posted on 06/14/2017 8:18:21 AM PDT
Ori and the Blind Forest is the best video game I have very played in my life.
The fact that it is not on this list makes this list highly suspect IMO.
It’s on Steam right now for 10 bucks. There is no better indie game. It’s not even really game, it’s art.
Superb story, excellent game, great challenge, magnificent old school metroidvanyia style game.
Nothing else even comes close.
Except possibly for Hollow Knight.
posted on 06/14/2017 8:21:15 AM PDT
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“1# DWARF FORTRESS”
Yes, yes, 1000 times yes. Best free indie game in years, though the steep learning curve and retro graphics make it nearly impossible for me to get the younger crowd of gamers to give it a shot.
posted on 06/14/2017 8:38:39 AM PDT
Spreading a little love for Firewatch
, an indie game release in late 2016. I would not call myself a heavy gamer, but I do play several different ones, and I spend way more time on a few than I should!
But Firewatch was just something... different. Even non-gamer friends have played it and been quite taken with just how beautiful it is. It's not hard to play, you don't need to be a twitchy teenager, the controls are simple, you don't have to go on quests or slay dragons or "beat" anything. You can be done in a few hours, if you wanted to.
And yet it is still breathtaking. And poignant. And the few hours I spent with Firewatch have affected more than the far larger amounts of time I have spent in other games.
Here is a review
in a "by gamers, for gamers" style. From the article:
"If there can be such a thing as a page-turner in video games, this is one. For anyone who enjoys narratives within games, Firewatch
is certainly worth playing. Player agency is woven into the game's characters and plot, unmasking mysteries as they curve toward their conclusion. In the end, it feels like it's about the emotions and cares of real people, not the animations of puppets."
posted on 06/14/2017 9:12:56 AM PDT
I liked shooters like Duke Nukem and Commander Keen, played Wolfenstein 3D to death and got bored after Doom. As far as those RPGs I played Microsoft Adventure, never finished it or any other similar game with or without graphics. But I did find an emerald the size of a Plover’s egg.
There’s a lot of other kickass games too, like crawl, hive jump, heavy bullets, and more. My personal favorite is invisible inc. by klei games. It has to be one of the most nerve racking strategy games I’ve ever played.
posted on 06/14/2017 3:09:56 PM PDT
posted on 10/05/2017 5:56:29 AM PDT
I will try some of these games, thanks for sharing. But I am more fan of puzzle games. Last time I played escape games with my friends. It was a few days ago in LA, https://thequestfactory.com/escape-rooms/mission-impossible/ . It called The Impossible Mission. The puzzles were very well-made, challenging and intriguing. I had a good time and enjoyed every minute of the game.
There's one that I purchased from GOG, which is a fun, relatively fast game that, although it does require some intelligent planning and execution, is easy to play and quite enjoyable ...
posted on 10/05/2017 6:47:19 AM PDT
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