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 No.2850[Reply]

This thread is for:

- "What is this game, please help"
- "I just got this game and there is this bug that keeps happening, how do I fix it help"
- "Where can I download this game?"

And any other help that you might need. Please refrain from creating new threads just for a help request, rather than general discussion of a game - use this one instead!

Also: Please be as descriptive as possible when asking for help. Screen caps and error text copy-paste is the best way to get tailored answers.
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 No.4901

>>4900
I'm surprised you even found a download, because that game is dead since 2013.



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 No.202[Reply]

I FUCKING LOVE THIS GAME ROFL
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It has maany references to the original Zelda and the Oracle Series of Zelda. I love it.

And the basement theme, oh god.
The basement theme.
I get the chills and goosebumps all over listening to this awesome track.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izHxUkF4ZAQ

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I could marry this game. Here's a demo for those who want to try it!

http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/581168

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>>204
An' what's wrong with bein' a jew, sonny? I'll have you know that some of my closest, dearest friends are jewish. I WILL CUT YOU.

And yeah. This game is really awesome.

 No.801

>>772
That pic
Hot damn

 No.4906

well dang, this game blew up a little



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 No.4902[Reply]

Okay, so I've been putting this off for a while now out of embarrassment, but fuck it. I like the mgq games. At first I only played them out of morbid curiosity and the novelty of a pornographic rpg, but then I got into the plot and I liked it quit a bit. Honestly, the porn part of the game is totally unappealing to me. The art is kind of mediocre in a lot of places and the fetishes aren't really my thing either. The rape scenes just felt like an extra punishment for losing and they kind of pissed me off because of how invested I was in the characters. I would really like it if someone put the game into book form because I enjoyed it in the same way that I would a book. The battles were just an obstacle. Game play wise paradox is way superior. It doesn't just come down to trial and error and random bullshit that the player couldn't possibly know about. The story does have its faults, but it's still really compelling. Some of the music is nice too. I'm wondering if anybody else here shares this guilty pleasure. I know that there was already a thread on this like six years ago.

 No.4903

I had no idea what mgq games were prior to this thread

But now I am curious, did you learn about any new exciting sex positions from these games

 No.4904

>>4903
No not really. I don't think shoving tentacles up somebodies ass or whatever counts as a position.

 No.4905

>>4904
Everyone's entitled to their opinion anon.



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 No.4896[Reply]

Haven't seen this mentioned on Uboachan yet, and don't really know where to post it, but if you haven't seen it yet, Petscop is pretty neat.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZKQv0ZFHpeIUkOtNjtq4KA/videos

 No.4897

Isn't this more /x/ related?

 No.4898

>>4897
It's unclear. It's creepy, sure, but there's no sign of anything explicitly paranormal.

 No.4899

It's a nice watch. Wish there was more though.



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 No.1838[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Reviving the thread from ye olde /og/. Share indie games here. Try to keep it to the free ones.

Include the game name, download link, game description, and preferably some footage of the game. Screenshot is fine too.

WANTED: I had a huge list of indie shmups, however I reformatted and no longer have the proper links. If anyone has any shmups they would like to share, do so.

Also I'm missing a few download links for some of these games. However I've updated all the links I could so everything should be working.
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 No.4534

>>4533
It's definitely a good thread in my books. Just diving into itch.io is bound to give you quite a lot of half-baked shovelware. Hearing about games that others have tried and found actually good is very useful.

 No.4537

I've had this thread open in my browser for the better part of two years now since /og/ for some reason has a tendency to post interesting games. I've literally never browsed any other board on this site so I don't know if I'm depriving myself.

 No.4551

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Environmental Station Alpha
>metroidvania
You're a robot in space, investigating a derelict space station. Features the greatest grappling hook in video game history, great boss design, and a memorable soundtrack, as well as a postgame that'll send you running for your strategy guide.

Steam page ($7.99, has demo (!)):
http://store.steampowered.com/app/350070/

Gameplay:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLFBR8ysZgU

 No.4892

>>1862
>The Hunt
youtube link is down, no idea how to google it

 No.4895

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Spring:1944 3.00 "Operation Frühlingserwachen" released!

Spring: 1944 is a free, open source WWII themed 3D multiplayer game based on the libre SpringRTS Engine. Our goal is to create a game that is as realistic as possible while still being fun and accessible to play. Games on average take 40 minutes and feature up to 8 factions battling to the last man standing. All factions are complete with several types of infantry, towed and self-propelled guns, normal and rocket artillery, tanks, aircraft and boats. The game supports big matches with thousands of units and double digit player counts.

A new version of Spring:1944 was released. This one is numbered 3.00 with codename Operation Frühlingserwachen and is based on the SpringRTS 103 engine. Operation Frühlingserwachen or "Spring Awakening" was a combined German and Hungarian counterattack in march of 1945 against the advancing Soviet troops near Lake Balaton.

Major changes since Spring:1944 2.0 "Operation Overlord" include:

>Two completely new sides: Hungary has been added to the axis factions and Sweden is available for those who would rather not pick sides in this war. Both factions are complete with their infantry, vehicles, towed guns, mobile and rocket artillery, aircraft, boats, tanks and more.

>An "in-game" faction picker widget. It is now possible to pick your faction when choosing the starting position
>A preview version of a new AI called spammer was added to assist the C.R.A.I.G. AI in training you for multiplayer games. This one will throw units at your at breakneck pace from a big and scary Flakturm. Can you hold your ground against it? Install the game and find out!
>Some units have received a graphics makeover in the form of new models and new skins. Build menu pictures have also been updated.
>For those who have new graphics cards a new graphics makeover has been added in the form of SSAO, color correction and Cook-Torrance specular shader.

>There are new units available for the 6 other factions:

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 No.3911[Reply]

Recently, Strangethink has deleted all their games, without any known reason. Some of their games were Abstract Ritual and Secret Habitat. I have a version of Secret Habitat. Does anyone have some of the other games? If so, please upload and link here.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/a6p7kz78d5o0box/SecretHabitatWin.zip
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 No.4884

>>4881
>>4883
Here, all the games that where in the rock paper shotgun post.
https://mega.nz/#F!Jz4zwQTJ!2cmt1v83Yh5kHaYKrgjnZQ

 No.4885

They've currently got Secret Habitat, Joy Exhibition, These Monsters, and Mystery Tapes on their site. Between those and the ones from the RPS post, are there any others that have gotten lost in cyberspace?

 No.4888

>>4885
Well the post mentions one called strangeClimber which I know nothing about. Theres also a bunch of stuff they never released on their YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/strangethinkers/) and there used to be a mailing list on their site about a game coming soon, but mention of that is gone so I think its been cancelled. They are still active on twitter however, and are still making games.

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>>4884
Thanks a ton man.

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>>4893
No problem.



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 No.4771[Reply]

rare/obscure/missing video games thread? im trying to find this one japanese pc game from like the 90's, i think it was more like an interactive book or something.
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 No.4774

>>4773
I never played it, but i remember seeing it on some japanese website, it was like a childrens interacitve book, i don't even recall there being a download link, just info on the game in japanese

 No.4776

There was this sega game where you are a girl fighting against monsters and a bunch of other stuff, the first level is all bugs (If I don't remember wrong) and you end fighting a giant moth as the boss after climbing a giant plant, I think it was a flower.
I've been looking it for years but I never found it.

 No.4889

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>>4776
I remembered Psycho Dream, but that's probably not it.

 No.4890

>>4889
Nope, it wasn't psycho dream, though it looks rather nice.
I remember the background was all plants, I think they were giant flowers or something (since you end fighting in one) but I can't remember.

 No.4891

I'd like to find a game. It was a space shooter, but everything happens on a single screen, and your spaceship just moves around the screen and shoots in the center. Don't even remember what console it was, probably sega mega drive.



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 No.3367[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Recently a Japanese language game on Vector that has received some attention and well-regard. Soon, it will be translated. Now, by who? We don't know! Not by me, that's for sure! But rest assured, it will be translated soon (I predict within 1 month or two). When that happens, a torrent link will be posted in this page to distribute the translated version. If anyone wants to take the translated version and upload it to somewhere like Mediafire, be my guest, since the torrent will probably die soon after it is first released.

For now, I give you a picture of the main character, Koko.
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 No.4574

It's been 2 years ffs, doesn't the author have something else to do with his fucking time?

 No.4770

>>4482
>>4574
>implying it's the game dev reporting the uploads
>implying it's not this same tumblrfag that won't let it go :^)
>>3372
>>3375

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 No.4817

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>>4816
a true hero

 No.4887

hate to be that person but i'll be checking back for a reupload

ffs that's one persistent person



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 No.3575[Reply]

Sluggish Morss - http://gamejolt.com/games/other/sluggish-morss/12218/
Slugghist Morss: A Delicate Time in History - http://gamejolt.com/games/other/sluggish-morss-a-delicate-time-in-history/12298/

Two really weird games I haven't seen posted here before. Much like games such as Off, Space Funeral, and Middens they are DEFINITELY not for everyone.. or even most people probably. If you do like that type of game these are probably worth a play though.
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 No.4354

>>3575

They really are amazing games, at least, they are to the kind of people who like them. It sounds silly but I genuinely believe that playing the Sluggish Morss games has changed me in some way and made me think more about the universe and space and time. The soundtrack is incredible as well. I wish I knew more people who played and liked them but its the kind of thing people have to discover on their own.

Jake Clover, who made the first game with additions from Jack King-Spooner, makes a lot of odd, small, badly made games that usually have something to do with space in some way. I do like his games a lot because they get me thinking about possible alien culture. For example, we humans consider sitting down and watching TV a pretty normal way to pass time but what do beings from other planets or universes consider to be normal? What do alien beings do and why do they do it? Its amazing to me, to imagine that if there are other beings, they have a history as rich and diverse as our own, with countless small events throughout their history shaping their culture into something probably very different to our own.

http://gamejolt.com/profile/milkyandingding/1747

Jack King-Spooner doesn't have as many games as Jake Clover, but they usually seem to have more time invested into them and are mostly made in RPG Maker. He also uses a lot of distortion and cut-out drawings as models. His games seem to center around humanity's struggle to deal with a large and scary universe, in some form or another. Jack King-Spooner also makes great music for his games. I recommend that you play them, wherever and whoever you are.

http://gamejolt.com/profile/jack-spinoza/16561

These kinds of games are really powerful to me. They deal with themes that most other forms of media don't and in ways that make me feel something bigger than my own life. Sorry for the ramble. I really enjoy these kinds of games and I've never found any place to talk about them. Its strange and interesting to me to imagine that although this is a minuscule thread on a tiny board and although this thread and this reply may never be seen again, someone might be looking into these games with the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.4377

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>>4354
dude you hit the nail on the head. i loved those games to death! they really are something special and amazing, and i feel jack king spooner is incredible underrated. i adore will you ever return and it's sequel.

have you played hylics by any chance? it's not by him but it's similar in that it's also claymation. i really love that game, hope you do as well!

 No.4585

>>4377

I agree, jack is so underrated it hurts but i feel like that adds to the charm of his games. each time i play them i feel like im being let in on a little secret that few other people know. will you ever return and its sequels were really good. I really enjoyed mammoth as well.

ive never heard of hylics but thanks for telling me about it, ill check it out sometime.

 No.4590

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>>4585
I've been feeling pretty nostalgic for these weird indie games lately. The last one I got into was Hylics, but I don't think anything's similar has come out lately. I figure the rpgmaker scene's dead.

 No.4882

>>4590

Jake Clover is pretty good, his stuff is a lot more basic but they have a lot of charm and delightful weirdness to them



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 No.3995[Reply]

Let's share some old retro computer games from the 80's and 90's. DOS, DOS/V, PC-88, macshit, point and click, action, shooter, adventure, horror, abandonware, still maintained: anything will do.
Just post an image, the system, some synopsis or resume and, if possible, your opinion. Bonus if the game is one of those surreal/weird experiments from the golden era.
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I could have sworn there was an better thread for this but I couldn't find it. Whatever.

Worlds is very surreal and reminds me a lot of LSD dream emulator and YN. In fact someone recreated the first level of LSD in it. I remember a long time ago finding the site but never going past that because you had to download a client. Recently I started playing it with a friend and it's really weird. Imagine LSD Dream Emulator meets Second Life. There's nothing to do but chat with people and anything else (such as the blair witch world where you collect stuff like in slender) is pointless. There was a specific world that I went to. I decided to explore by myself without my friend and went to "Hanson World II" because the idea of Hanson in this game was funny. I then walked up this staircase, into a wall that led me to another staircase. When I walked out the door I was in a white desert. I immediately thought of a specific world that I can't remember the name of right now. Another weird place was this weird world with 3 people who looked like Jesus being crucified and someone (using my name) preaching. It was bizarre and we got trapped and had to teleport out of there.

 No.4873

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Madou Monogatari is a series of dungeon crawlers produced by compile from 1989 to somewhere mid-90's when Sega bought the rights and used the characters for the Puyo Puyo series. The games have been ported to many systems since then and even compiled in special floppy disks, such as this version (which includes the first 3 games). There are slight differences among the versions for each platform, but my favorite is still this one. Well, at least the first game, I really hated Arle's portrait on the second and third game, even though the rest of the art is okay. I also love how the devs played with the "cute" character in such a dark environment like it was nothing… in fact, I wish more games did things like these.
The music is also fantastic.

Gameplay-wise it's pretty simple; Arle is taking her test to graduate from kindergarten, which consists on entering the magical tower, taking a few magical balls hidden in the dungeon, and escape. I've read many critics about how the lack of any numbers other than gold is bad, but honestly it's pretty easy to figure out your or your enemies' condition by reading what they say and looking at the portrait.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/dg3mjz2s42dawn8/%5BPC98%5D_Madou_Monogatari_1-2-3.zip

How to play: Insert the system disk (MADO*_SY.fdi) into the first drive (A:) and the data disk (MADO*_SA.fdi) into the second drive (B:). When saving, expulse the data disk and insert the save.fdi into the drive B, then eject and insert the data disk again.

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Madou Monogatari ARS is an omake game produced by the same team that made 1-2-3. It contains 3 episodes, each telling the story of the protagonists from the series (Thus ARS – Arle, Rulue and Shezo) before 1-2-3. Some characters from other games made by compile also appear as an extra.

The mechanics are similar (if slightly better) than 1-2-3, but what really pays off is the amount of effort put into the animations of this game.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/tr485bfm4a7mtbz/%5BPC98%5D_-_Madou_Monogatari_ARS.zip

How to play: First insert ARS_DEMO.fdi into drive A, then ARS_AD.fdi into drive B. That will start the opening. Once it's finished, you will be prompted to select one character. Once you make your choice, you will be told to insert the system (ARS_*D.FDI) and game data (ARS_*G.FDI) disks into drive A and B respectively. Once done, press bar again and it will start.
Saving is done in the same fashion as in 1-2-3.

 No.4875

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Not much to say, Arle feels like storming a dungeon and there you go.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/71vxvsdwwfrdw4f/%5BPC98%5D_-_Madou_Monogatari_-_Michikusa_Ibun.zip

 No.4876

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A strategy game and sequel of Dai Madou Senryaku Monogatari (which, unfortunately, I don't have around).

http://www.mediafire.com/file/544kv84q7ouj400/%5BPC98%5D_-_Madou_Monogatari_Daisenryaku_95.zip



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