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Seisatsu's Lost Cities Minecraft Server is now on 1.16.3, and running PaperMC with CraftBook, DynMap, and other fun stuff!

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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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I hope flash games do count
This one is a personal favourite of mine, I've been posting it a lot on the internet. Story is okay but the characters are nice and develop over time, it also has best girl

This one has a really good atmosphere to it, the sequel is also pretty neat

Thing-Thing games always had that good amount of gore and violence no other game gives, I like that one for the music personally

Short but sweet

Shift games are also pretty good, I reccomend KOLM from the same developer
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Damn, ogame. That's a blast from the past. I also tried travian, darkthrone, some vampires vs werewolves game and omerta (VERY little, like a day or two). Oh and project rockstar. Got really upset when I realized they reset the game after every season and dropped it, though.


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Thanks for reccomending Starwish, but I really want to kill that fucking panda


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I fear you may dislike how the game develops later then

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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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If you are interested in long-form RPGs at all I would highly recommend Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 (both made by Obsidian, who made FNV). Otherwise anything on the GOG store is awesome, much more curated and DRM free to boot.


Neverwinter Nights and Icewind Dale as well.


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I play games in my past that I never finished or just to remember what it was like.


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Seconding Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Super Mario World is a game that keeps me coming back every few years too.

Doom (the original) is great.
Myth (and it's sequels) were a slightly unique RTS game, with no base building.

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 is great. The re-release is easier due to combining 1 and 2 into one game, but captures the spirit.
Glider Pro (the mac os game) has a cell phone version and is one of my childhood favorites.

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hey sushis, I went to a game tournament last week and it was fun! I didn't do so well, but I loved talking to people about video games and stuff! have you guys gone to tournaments before?
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Went to a local Pokemon VGC event a few years back, but most competitive gaming I have done has been between friends. Usually we gather at someones house and do LAN on whatever game for the better part of a day.


I've always wanted to go but never felt prepared enough to participate. I could never memorize all the bnbs and corner setups and stuff, and even though I have good game sense it's useless when I don't know the matchup.


never been to one personally but i've watched a friend play a yu-gi-oh tournament on a local anime con in my city, and sometimes i played some fighting games there myself, like smash and street fighter, but usually got btfo

still pretty fun tho, i'd love to participate in a tournament one day, preferably of csgo since its what i play the most


It really is tough to take that first step. I've had this same issue and all I can say is I'm glad I decided to put myself out there. Still godawful but I'm improving slowly.

I know it's not that simple due to issues like no locals or people either being obnoxious and/or don't play the games you want to play etc. so it can be irresponsible to say just try it out you'll have fun. Also it usually costs money, not a lot but not a trivial amount either. But if you ever feel like doing it, I still suggest taking that opportunity.


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Yes. It was fun in casual matches. Too bad, a lot of them are closed because of a certain infectious pandemic.

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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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Using it to organize a pirate game
Speaking of organizing things, here's the activities list.


Fernanda's player, it looks like you've changed your art on your mythweavers sheet? Do you want to upload it here so I can make the token match, or do you want to keep your old token?


So it appears that Foundry's broken right now, the system update fucked everything and the server is also going to be under maintenance tonight (today)
So we're going to have to delay to next week due to serverside issues.


I want to keep my old token, the one in the sheet looks too evil


Alright no problem

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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 was hesitant on risk of rain 2 but this game is a blast. Basically the original but 3D which is perfect.


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Finished this yesterday. I'm still in awe about how a game from 2000 manages to do everything better (aside from some minor quality of life things like not being able to drag bodies around without emptying their pockets)of any modern title. Level design, dialogues, freedom of action, plot. Incredible


I really miss Looking Glass/Ion Storm and that whole late 90s/early 00s era of immersive sims. Playing those old games felt more real to me than any VR game I've tried so far.


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Street Fighter


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Edelgard is so fucking cute she is precious I wish I played her game earlier


Pull out that comfy commander chair, Sushi Rolls. General discussion on RTS and RTT goes here.

>What are you playing/have been playing?

>Favorite game?

>Favorite Faction?
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Westwood Studio's Command & Conquer (1995)


I've been entertaining the thought of getting involved in the age of empires 2 online community.


Age of Empires II DE is pretty decent for beginners, although there's recently been some kind of influx of rude tryhards on the ladder, the types of blowhards who don't say glhf or gg.


NOOOOOO being the silent ownage machine was supposed to be MY GIMMICK!!!


idk man it makes me really pissed off when people don't say glhf back or at least u2

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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 do enjoy playing AssaultCube from time to time. Fun and fast-paced when people are online, and it runs on just about anything.



Xonotic and openra are good.


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IJI is a very good action platformer with branching story paths


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Amazing seeing someone else know Orbiter, I used to play this SOO much as a kid. I never became a rocket scientist, but if I ever have to pilot a Deltaglider IV through Martian re-entry, I'll be set.
If anyone wants to get started with Orbiter, make sure you grab the Deltaglider IV and Altea Aerospace mods.

Anyone ever heard of Noctis? I haven't played in over 10 years, but it was really something special, doing the procedurally generated exploration sim years before it became a genre, it even had Death Stranding/Dark Souls style semi-multiplayer features.
I've always wanted to make a FOSS remake, just so people could play on platforms that aren't DOS.


Thanks for the recommendation. I hadn't heard of OpenRA, it's fun to play this game again after years.

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I'm new here and things seem sort of quiet so I thought I'd make a thread anyone could post in pretty easily: old school favourites.

Everyone's got a game they loved from a time gone by, so let's talk about them!

Here's one of my all time favourites to start us off: Crystalis on the NES. It felt so much smoother than any other game I'd played around that time and you were so free to travel around, the magic was interesting and the world was constructed so well.. I almost wish I could forget everything about it so I could experience it all over again as if it were new.

It was sure a good looking game for the system too.
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Myst is incredible, I wish I had gotten the chance to play it when it was first released. Despite its age, I haven't ever played another game that can mimic its atmosphere.


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The suikoden series.


I played it back in 1995, but i was so young then, I didn't understand much about the game, or what to do in that kind of game. I think I would appreciate it a lot more if I played it today.


I have this game on the SNK 40th anniversary collection and on NES Online on Switch. I might give this a shot, thanks sushi!


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prince of persia ii
i loved the atmosphere as a kid
and the mystery of the various environments

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Even if Nintendo got almost everything wrong with this console starting from horrible loading times to censoring content, I still find it extremely comfy - the menu music, the forgotten games, the whole experience still has something other consoles do not have.

What are you playing right now? I'm going through Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. I was mad when they showed that it wasn't gonna be a true SMT x FE back in 2015, but a colourful, cool and comfy adventure in modern Tokyo with an idol show business setting is good too.
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I've been using my Wii U mostly as an emulation machine.
Lately I've mostly been playing the N64 Zeldas! Ocarina was good, tho the early game was a bit boring, and Majora seems very promising so far!


If you get all the DLCs for MK8 on WiiU you should have the same experience. Or is there additional content?
Maaan I miss the Virtual Console. The New NES/SNES Online is such a step down in terms of content. They must have lost lots of publishing rights with the new generation since all they publish on Switch is minor publishers like Jaleco. WiiU VC had everything, even Turbografx games! Probably with the rise of mini consoles everyone thought it was better to make their own collections/thing and to ditch Nintendo's service.
Online emulator play on Switch is nice though I must admit.


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Even with all the DLCs there's some big differences between games. Among them is the revamped battle mode, the 200cc time trials, the extra characters such as king boo, inklings, etc. and the comeback of the double item box and also the ability to carry 2 items at the same time. Regarding items there's the feather and the boo which aren't in the WiiU version and there's also the difference in stats between karts and characters, so instead of there being like 8 different "tiers" or so there's like 13 on the switch.

And there's the thing known as firehopping or something like that which seemingly was removed on the switch so even the way to move through stages might have been modified a bit. So yeah, they knew what to add to make it worth it to buy it on the switch.


Did you manage to complete Zelda fellow sushi?
I'm looking for a WWHD copy but they're all over 40€ here. I might really need to mod my console


Sorry sushi, not yet, I got a few Koroks, got tired of looking for them and decided to try Axiom Verge which was fun but I certainly didn't get invested in the story. Got child of light dowloaded somewhere but have yet to get to it.
Ah yeah, with the sudden realization that it sold poorly people starting collecting the games and consoles for the "game collector" badge and coupled with corona the prices went through the roof while they started becoming more scarce. And with them killing the eshops of some regions and removing games nobody would fault you for modyfing the system I guess. In any case hope you can get to play soon!

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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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Do you want someone to play with? I'm on a couple of times every week, mostly in my necro or my thief. Working on my first legendary.


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Sure thing sushi! Left my alias in the email field. Recently I've had the time to play a lot more, so you've probably seen me running around getting my ass kicked at some point.

Good luck on your legendary!


Added, thanks sushi I'll do my best
No idea how advanced you were originally but these things are hecking expensive


I was thinking of the prototype. It took me a week to figure this out.


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Doki doki universe. it's a simple 2d scroller were you visit planets and complete quests for the inhabitants by summoning objects. pretty chill, and some times grindy at points. The main selling point is that random quizzes and interactions all psychoanalyze you. Most of the results are bull, but they're fun to read

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