10 Surprisingly Good, Bad, Awful Games

1) Guild of Dungeoneering A  very cool little turn based card combat game with an extremely unique graphical look that closer to living pen and paper than any other style, great sprites and game-play mechanics that are unique to the title, such as instead of controlling only your hero, you also must build the dungeon around him/her, providing near-endless replay value, the simple character sprites even change appearance to match equipped gear, a nice immersive feature a lot of indie titles

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Card Life : Well that’s Different.

Cute, Different, and I can already see the potential pitfall. The graphics are clear and crisp, the controls simple to learn, the design system is top-notch, the ability to design any tool in any shape, and even your own character can be drawn in a simple windows paint like format is excellent, the problem is that creative ability will give way to many people who are comprised of sexual organs to put it nicely, and a kid friendly game could

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10 Indie Games you may actually like.

Adventure Manager A cute little fantasy based, Tolkien inspired retro management game, which draws inspiration from traditional JRPG combat, while very much the type of game you get 40 of for $1 on fanatical its very much a fun little indie title to pass some time, graphics are retro to the extreme and look like they were created in bitmap, which adds to the games charm. Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? While the game hasn’t aged well, and

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Will to Live Online: Russian EA Failure v2?

Russian EA Failure v2? Slightly click bait title but for a valid point, not all Eastern Europeans are Russians, just like all Western developers are not American, that being said there have been Many Early access games from Eastern Europe which have frankly been scams, Will to Live however is not one of them, the developers while not perfect have tried to apply community feedback whenever possible and while the CCU is tiny its a solid game, a lot of

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Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball: Fun but Dead.

Like a Star, burned out before its light is truly known. Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball is not only solid but exceptionally so, with a balanced approach to graphical and mechanical quality, yet for all its greatness the game is dead, dead to the point any real chance of finding players is limited to discord and friend lists, how could a game this good fail? Big fish in a small pond. The game is the best Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball game there

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Dog Sled Saga: That Awful Music.

Dog sled saga is a cute retro spin on a career management game, its fast fun and cheap and a lot like the Microspose games of the 90s’ fantastic, the music is just like the 90’s which is.. terrible.. music from 90’s video games should be burnt in each of the 7 circles of hell. The controls are simple to pick up, and the art style is charmingly 90’s retro chic, yes i have become a fashionista for the day,

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Speedrunners: Saturday morning Cartoons!

Speed runners is the crazy fast coach co op fun you loved in the 90s brought to life in a modern wrapper, with online play and a large cast of zany characters and fast speed gameplay you will find yourself wanting to try just one more time, to reclaim whats left of your dignity, or to once again crush your friend carl into the dirt until his self esteem withers away like a Korean MMORPG. The graphical style is perfect

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Guacamelee! : Crazy Cartoon Fun with a hint of Chilli

Feels like Nacho Libre. For those of us who can remember the rather bizarre comedy with Jack Black, Guacamelee is a fun step into the world of men in stretchy pants, and garishly attired wrestlers, the action is over the top, the enemies while based on south American myths have been suitably morphed into versions which seem more fitting of a Saturday morning cartoon than anything even slightly more serious. Heroes Unite! Yes more 80’s style content, a team of

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Minion Masters : Good Cheap Fun.

A child’s game? While Minion Masters looks very colorful it is not so much a childs game but a game for all ages, I would not say for very young as some of the minions can be a little frightening for very sensitive children, combat is blood free and devoid of all except cartoon violence, when playing against AI there are varying degrees of difficulty, however the game truly shines when facing other players, no two matches are the same,

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Shroud of the Avatar : Bigger isn’t always better.

Traditional Concepts. Shroud of the avatar is not your everyday theme park mmo, in fact it doesn’t even follow the most basic mmo rule and that is levels, instead of levels for your character, you level skills individually via use, want to shoot better? then shoot more! want to ruin faster? then run around more, build those muscles. Even your archery arrows require crafted/purchased arrows otherwise they are useless, the economy is player driven and even the communities other than

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare : Time to Say Goodbye?

6 years ain’t no shabby run. For all its haters and detractors, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare isnt a poor game, in fact it’s a fantastic pvp title of the kind not seen very often, its main problem over the years has been a mix of salty players, team killers, and cheaters, but these are the plagues of every pvp multiplayer title. Graphics, map design and sound are all fair but clearly showing their age, the game however shines at combat which

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Masters of Anima : Fantasy Dictator Simulator

Laws against this type of thing. In Masters of Anima you control armies of up to 100 guardians, sending them to their poor green fiery deaths against golems of several variations, some of which are pretty inventive, reminiscent of MMO mechanics with Tanks, CC, Healers, DPS both ranged and melee, its very well formulated and plays incredibly smoothly, the game-play is easy to pick up and difficult to master, the story is very tongue in cheek and feels like a

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