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  1. Katamori

    Onimod Land

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/633660/Onimod_Land/ A Russian Age of Empires clone from the mid-2000s with crude but unique graphics and the IMO interesting premise of "fantasy human faction vs. sci-fi human faction". May not be super interesting but since Ross is apparently a fan of really obscure games, I assume that so are his fans. And to be honest, this gem has a special place in my heart, because finding it when I was 12, it really had inspired me - and caused a lot of headache, and headcanons, because back then it was super hard to find a full version of it, let alone one with proper translation.
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    Videochat May 2019

    Bad Toys 3D is definitely worthy for a look in the Game Dungeon. It has a very strong 90s vibe, not unlike Arcade America had
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    +1 for the RSS. That thing shouldn't die out just because social media is the next big thing.
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    You're doing God's work.
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    Games you like that others don't

    Bad Day L.A. - I loved the humor and some places had real atmosphere. Especially with that whole cartoon-ish graphics style. And it wasn't even that hard!
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    A quite surreal horror-platformer (made in Stencyl IIRC) that I just can't get enough of. For me, it hits a perfect spot as a middle ground between "not saying much" and "saying enough". Youtube walkthrough. Newgrounds. itch.io buy with OST and other bonuses.
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    WolfenDoom: Blade of Agony

    Definitely not GaaS, it even has its own Github repository.
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    Action Doom 2: Urban Brawl

    Definitely not GaaS, as free and "static" as it gets. The first part is also great BTW.
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    Nihilum (Deus Ex mod)

    Pro: * phenomenal atmosphere, very close to DX1 * a unique experience, yet feels like an extensions of the original game Neutral: * adds worldbuilding to the DX world (you may like it or hate it) Contra: * not always intuitive, combined with some hard-no-navigate hubs (some people may not like it) * poor voice-over quality (not my opinion, I've heard others complaining)
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    A Story About My Uncle

    Without exaggeration, I've never experienced anything like this. If you like clever puzzles, fairy tales, and gorgeous sceneries, it's a must.
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    Has a sort-of prequel Doom 2 mod.
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    Not GaaS. Also, Errant Signal has made a (spoiler-free) review of the game if anyone's interested.
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    Not GaaS: you can buy it on itch.io. Trivia: * the developer is Hungarian, not many games come from there * system requirements are no joke, it was super glitchy on insufficient video cards and RAM.
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    Not GaaS, you can buy it on their own page. The game itself is heavily influenced by Dwarf Fortress, so warning: it's an insane time-killer. Really loved, however, and has thousands of mods.
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    September 1999

    Definitely not GaaS: it's available for free on the creator's itch.io page. He also has a Youtube channel, where he creates reimagined "retro" versions of popular modern games.

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