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hi sushi! any games that can run in my laptop?

specs: intel celeron, 1.60 ghz, 4GB ram.

thanks for replying!
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I found darkwood didn't run too well on my low spec laptop


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Deus Ex 1

never pay for games, you can find it all on rutracker.org


Oh my God JC
A bomb


Try Baldur's Gate I and II and Neverwinter Nights


Emulate old SNES, DOS and GBA games. Otherwise get some GOG games like Deus Ex and anything else made before 2008.

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Do you play browser games?
> MMO games, usually in real time (even when logged off), played in with your internet browser
and kinda addictive. I personally like strategy and economy games like Ogame a lot. If you spend several hours a day online anyways, these are a nice distraction, creating the illusion of being productive all the time. For example you start an upgrade in the evening and wake up just in time to begin the next one.

The positive aspect about it might be the adaption of a structured waking time, quite useful for slack folks like me.

Often you can find tools online for various simulations, converters or game play enhancements, but of course writing your own handy scripts is neat and with economy heavy games, even offering APIs, it is also inviting.
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Can't you guys just download the flash data and run it with the newsground player? At least this is how I do it.


Liero clone with netplay https://www.webliero.com/


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Note: Material Sniper still works on Flashpoint since it's downloaded, but due to the killswitch and the site calling back to another file hosted in a website, the soundtrack is no longer existent.
Will redownload flashpoint and see if this is just a problem of the software, since I did accidentally delete it before, even though the game ran normally when I used it back then.


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Now that is odd, MS works with music using the standalone player outside of flashpoint, but not with music inside of it.
Also most flash games there just throw me a white screen, something is off.


File a bug report to flashpoint!

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At least IMO one of the comfiest game genres.
Care to share your favourite ones?
Have any tips for new / lesser known ones?
(couldn´t find any fitting image that doesn´t focus on any specific flavour of puzzle games, so have some nice flowers instead)
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SSR has a really unique feel to it. Though I gotta admit that when I tried it out sometime last year, I couldn´t actually solve a single puzzle…
Gave it another go now though, already solved three. Maybe I was just in a bad brainspace last time around.
Baba is def. one of the puzzle game GOAT.
For some reason Zachtronics other games than TIS-100/Exapunks never clicked for me.
I have some nice memories of being sick home from school playing some Agatha Christie hidden-object game since I didn´t have the energy to do anything more involved. They often have a really nice atmosphere.
It´s quite simple mechanically, so if you feel inspired to try your hand at amateur gamedev you should go for it. It´s a niche genre, so if you feel inclined to take it in a new direction chances are it´s up to you.


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Tried out Snakebird a bit. Tile movement based puzzles. Pretty decent. Doesn´t spend too much time on the easy intro stuff, gets right into it after you´ve been showed how stuff works.


It gets so hard so fast. Somehow I think it's even harder than Baba Is You, which is saying something.


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Tried out another puzzler, minimalistic thing called Hook from 2015. (pics related, unsolved states no spoilers)
Gave it a shot because of how aesthetically pleasing it looked from screenshots, didn´t like it that much sadly. You are to pull all pins, but they can intersect or be blocked by hooked pins. Got ~30 puzzles deep and it never felt like you were really figuring anything out, just doing a bunch of busywork to manipulate it into endstate. Mental manual labour.
I´d say it has to do with it being both more strict and freeform at the same time. In Baba you always have some pointers as to what you should/could do, from the available pieces, whereas Snakebird there´s a very narrow possible space of how you could wiggle through but all you have to go by is logical hunches and trial & error.
I kinda miss a solution replay feature actually, because in the last two puzzles I spent a lil while trying to actively figure out the solution, then solved them when I let my mind drift without paying attention so I had no idea what I actually did.


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It's one reason I'm not a huge fan of Snakebird in the first place- I never really feel like there's much logical problem solving going on when I go through a level. It just feels like I'm going through all possible permutations until the level is over.

Just so I contribute something here, let's see.

I tentatively offer this one as a 'puzzle' game, but YMMV: Nauticrawl is one of those games where you're faced with an alien interface and you're tasked to figure out how it works, and then some. Very interesting and unique experience, highly recommended.

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Thread for TTRPG discussion and organization.

# What is a TTRPG?
TTRPG, sometimes TRPG, stands for TableTop Role-Playing Game. It includes big names, like D&D, and much less heard of ones, like Song of Swords. The rule systems run from extremely thorough, with rules for things like how many Thai chilli peppers you can eat before getting ill, to so broad as to be nearly nonexistent, with only basic guidelines on how to play. In almost all systems, the key component that sets it apart from video game RPGs is the presence of the Dungeon Master, Game Master, Referee, etc. They help to adjudicate edge cases not covered by rules and create exceptions to the rules in favour of fun, meaning a TRPG has much more freedom of action than a normal RPG.

# Where do I play?
Generally, TTRPGs, especially niche ones without large player bases, are played in-person, but there are also sites and apps that allow you to play over the internet and find groups. The biggest one right now is probably roll20; signing up is free, and as a player, you never need to pay for anything. Other applications include FoundryVTT (paid for by a GM), Maptools (free), AstralVTT (free), and Fantasy Grounds (expensive, but very nice). Some groups even play on Tabletop Simulator, which has the added bonus of letting you play poker or Life before a session starts or if someone flakes.

There's also the potential to show up at a gaming store; if you live in the US, Canada, or Europe, there's plenty of those around too. Gaming stores are in-person, obviously, but they also often boast long-time, highly experienced and confident game masters who are knowledgable at how to best cater to newbies trying to enter the hobby. There are many websites online to help you find game stores near you.

# Where do you get the rulebooks?
You can buy them from places like drivethrurpg, or you can pirate them from https://thetrove.net/. As a new player, you often don't need very many books; both Shadowrun and Pathfinder have relatively complete wikis online with all the setting-agnostic information you need, and Pathfinder even has a setting wiki so there's no reason to buy the books for their content.
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Birdboi, what exactly is your animal companion? I need to add it as a separate PC for you to create.


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We are playing tomorrow, right?


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Standard roc from the companion list on the SRD. The feats and stuff are at the bottom of the spell list on my sheet.


Got it, should've checked there first probably.

Assuming nobody bails, yeah.


Internet's being slow but I'll load in eventually just wait a bit if you're early

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I did this 9 years ago on a long dead imageboard and I want to do it again. For Christmas, I'm giving away some games on steam to you lovely people. Leave your steam ID here and I'll message you. Nothing too pricey so that I can give to as many people as possible, around ~7$ or lower with some wiggle room. I don't need anything in return, so enjoy!
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Man I want to accept your offer but I was young when I made my steam account and I'm embarrassed of the name, thank you anyway though sushi roll this is really nice!


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I just realized most of the games on my list are still over 7 bucks, so feel free to skip me.
steam id is in the email field and my avatar is the tree with an eye
thanks sushi roll!


sent friend requests

if you go to the "add a friend" page there's a code you can paste instead of your user id. either way I wont laugh at your username, promise ;)


AHHHH I woke up too late to respond and now the sale is over! I'm sorry sushi roll, I let you down


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And that's it for now! I hope everyone enjoys their games and have a nice new year. I might do this again next time there's a sale.

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When I was young, my parents didn't have much money, so while I did play games a lot, they were always somewhat old;for instance, my brother and I played CoD 2 (2005) a lot even when MW2 was the big thing. I also fondly remember playing Super Mario 64 and some stuff on the Wii. Anyways, now it seems like the majority of games (big ones at least) are all just FPSs and battle royales and in general a lot don't seem to have much soul. The Outer Worlds just didn't have that FNV feeling. So I've been playing old games and actually having a lot of fun. Got Morrowind recently, which I remember playing a little around the time Skyrim came out/got big. Also a few months back I played N64 LoZ games on an emulator and I think I'm going to do that again. Any other suggestions for older games I might not really remember (or just comments)? Anything goes, these just seem…better but worse in a wierd way.
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I completed SF x Tekken just to see every character's ending cinematics.


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A diverse and large cast make fighting games fun to play.


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Indeed. The more the merrier.


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More is better.


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More choices never hurt.

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Your board is cordially invited to participate in a fighting game tournament. Score as high as you are able and earn glory for yourself and/or your board.


BRACKETS LINK: https://challonge.com/MASHFIGHT
SIGN UP FOR THE TOURNEY HERE: https://challonge.com/tournaments/signup/8V5KD80C1F#/signup/269mgr143wj
If you do not want to register, post the name that you are signing up with in a central thread. You will be added to the brackets.

Hisoutensoku is an expansion to Touhou 10.5 SWR and is a multiplayer fighting game made by Tasofro with ZUN's approval. It's easy to learn, hard to master battle system makes for fun and fast paced matches with counterhits often launching girls across the screen. Very fast when played right. As a P2P game, game hosts must forward ports in order to play it or use specific workarounds.

Full installation: https://mega.nz/#!ashhnZza!cWdD2mqnQSfpzow5h_LDABQzHOnAiHDL62ceAOF6z9k
Mirror: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7ulje2arv05zjbg/Touhou_Hisoutensoku_%252B_Full_Unlock_%252B_SokuRoll_%252B_SWRSToys_%252B_Tensokukan.zip/file

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It was cool. There's a link to stream archives at the end of the 8moe thread, mega a shit though so you might have to fuck around with download tools a bit.


I tuned for a bit too, watched 3 games, then came a dry spell with no games whatsoever and a lot of dolphin talk, something about other stream then came a mirror match and I left.
At the very least in my time there I could confirm there was 2hu talk and games there every once in a while, good for you lads.


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We're having another tournament over at https://zzzchan.xyz/japan/thread/1860.html . Your board is once again cordially invited to participate.


BRACKETS LINK: https://challonge.com/MYSTERY_BOX
SIGN UP FOR THE TOURNEY HERE: https://challonge.com/tournaments/signup/EJDpLCI3AT#/signup/kyd03y2f608



ALTERNATIVE STREAM ROOM LINK - https://cytu.be/r/kimeemaru
Organizing with PMs is easier here.

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Hey sushirolls. What are some of the comfiest games you've ever played?

I recently just finished playing Va-11 Hall-A for the first time. It's not really a game by everybody's standards but it was really comfy and a great experience overall.

I'd totally recommend it to anybody with a rainy night, some tea, and time to waste.
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That's a great list, gonna check them out. Thank for sharing.

I wanted to play it, thanks for the reminder.

I have this game on my wishlist, might pick it up on the sales.
I need to play it. Really loved To the moon back in the day.

Yume Nikki and LSD Dream Emulator are my comfiest games. I was really into Yume nikki fangames years ago.
Answered Prayers was my favorite.
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It isn't much of a game, but Townscaper is really relaxing. Nice atmosphere and style. Would be great if the town got populated by tiny gondolas. Hope gondolas is included in a later patch.


YN and LSD are two of my absolute favorite games. I'm glad others love them too.


Drakengard has a good plot though. Worth it in the end.
The rest of your picks sound good, especially Project Wingman.

I've bought it a year ago and still haven't played it…

Same here.


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Gondola coming through

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hello sushi lets share some cool freeware games.

i'll start

white chamber - a cool point n'click adventure game set in space

ben jordan series- a point n' click adventure where you play a paranormal investigator

irisu syndrome - a cool japanese tetris-like puzzle game with a cool story
english translation patch for the game -> https://www.mediafire.com/file/nlujzb91wjl0bu7/IrisuSyndromeENv2.03.zip
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I made a game for [s4s]:


Everyone should play more roguelikes
CDDA, Stone Soup, and Elona are my favorites. Caves of Qud is good too but you gotta buy that one.


I used to play roguelikes almost exclusively for a few years since they were the only things that would run on my very old system back then. My favourites were the ones that had less abstraction and big worlds to esplore. Dwarf Fortress, UnReal World, Cataclysm (that's the old Whale's Cataclysm btw), things that had big maps, less dungeons.

I still played the classic dungeon crawling ones too, I liked ADOM and Stone Soup.

I found I had a big soft spot for ones that were more like a tactical shooter. DoomRL (loved the way the shotgun behaved in this) and there was an Alien-ish one that was never finished but it had a very detailed and novel approach to firearms and explosions/grenades, I can't remember the name exactly, "Xenocide" maybe?? Very detailed, verrry atmospheric even though it was a tiny fragment of a full game, kinda spooky grim on the ship!

I was so fond of those ones that I had plans of making my own cyberpunk one. Don't steal my idea pls, but it was gonna be Ghost in the Shell all virtual and cyberpunk and you gotta infiltrate someone's mind and go down > deeper through the layers and things aren't always as they appear! Combat would be very tactical, methodical, dangerous!! Probably take a lot of influence from Shadowrun and stuff too. Never got much beyond planning though, I'm not programmer enough for it yet (that actually means i'm not motivated enough and i spend my days crying too much).


Ever since I found Infra Arcana ( https://sites.google.com/site/infraarcana/home ) it has filled the roguelike hole in my heart. Used to play a bunch of ZangbandTK growing up, but always got annoyed with it when revisiting. Didn't really like StoneSoup, found it had kinda optimized the fun out of the experience somehow. Other modern ones I've tried have been too unnecessarily complex for my tastes.
CoQ had a nice mood but I kinda accidentally made a totally OP invincible godmode build on my first game which made it feel pointless to go on.


If you're interested in RPG maker games(mostly spoopy stuff):

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honestly I just want the first post in this board so,
what are you playing right now sushirolls?

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I'm in the process of getting three stars on all the time trials in Mirror's Edge again. I love it. It turns into such a neat little puzzle game once you're doing the time trials. And it's gorgeous, and the music kicks ass.


I'm replaying Terranigma after a long time and somehow it's been really emotional to see it through an adult's eyes. I last played it while my mother was dying and all I could recall other than the music was how incredibly lonely an experience it was, but now I'm remembering how much the themes of creation and resurrection spoke to me as a child who'd lost the will to live.

But holy shit, that music.


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Street Fighter Zero


>Bot Vice
It's a really nice game. Arcade gameplay all the way.


I need to pick it up, it looks fun.


I'm a big danmakufag but I still have a lot of danmakus on my backlog before picking up Ikaruga.

>Lovely Planet

It's strange but fun.


Enjoyed it a couple of years ago. Loved the aesthetics.
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I have the bad habit of binge play a game for a while (10+ hours) and then never play it again.
I'm mostly into VNs/Danmakus/Indies.

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