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Most addictive games

Posted: 11th October 2011 05:31

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The most addicting game I've played recently is! This.

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Posted: 11th October 2011 17:38

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I don't play as many games these days, but I am an addict when it comes to these.

Tetris (GB) I still find myself playing it for hours on end.

Tekken 6. I choose 6 only because it's the most recent title I own. My friends and I can easily burn away 70+ rounds on any given weekend.

Pretty much any Mega Man game. Gotta love the blue bomber.

Dynasty Warriors (they're the same) Something about killing thousands in the middle of a war zone is very satifying.

Final Fantasy Tactics. When I first picked it up, I didn't put it down until I beat it. This happens everytime I feel like playing it again.

Lode Runner (C64) collecting boxes has never been so fun and hasn't been since.

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Posted: 12th October 2011 17:46

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Omega Weapon
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Been playing too much Spelunky again lately. It's like, I pick it up every time I'm bored, and it's actually interesting enough that it's not a rehash of the same stuff over again as with most games.

Key to its success is the fact that the dungeon levels are always randomly generated, leading to a different adventure every time.

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Posted: 5th July 2017 18:54

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Stardew Valley - Yeesh, when this game hit Steam I played it nonstop, over and over again, racking up some 400 hours in under a year. Incredible, better than any Harvest Moon game I have played, and that's saying a lot because I *loved* Harvest Moon 64 a great deal, but will probably never bother with it again thanks to this game.

World of WarCraft - I really enjoyed experiencing this game's unique history from the beginning, which combined my love for RPGs with my love of all WarCraft games and it did it beautifully. It's not so addictive now, but it still reigns supreme for hours played, years after I stopped playing it religiously. No game has held my attention so consistently for 12+ years. I still come back now and again to see what's new.

Pokemon Red & Blue - The originals have always been the best. Sure, they're imbalanced and the new games have so much more content, but the originals felt just right. Lots of Pokemon, but not too many that it's overwhelming. Plus, glitching the game without modifications (like the Mew glitch) has added a whole new layer of fun for me to collect what I am missing. New playthroughs are always very satisfying with just enough customization to keep it fun.
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Posted: 4th August 2017 01:01

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Omega Weapon
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For a while, I played a good amount of TF2, as well as a good amount of Mines Perfect -- a Minesweeper implementation that basically forced me to do linear algebra every so often in order to solve it. But nowadays my go-to game for passing some time is 100% Orange Juice.

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Posted: 31st December 2017 10:44

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I'm going to separate them into ancient times and modern times.

Ancient:

Chess, Magic, Final Fantasies, Shooters, Resource management

Modern

Social deduction, resource management, chess,

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