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 No.513[Reply]

hello sushi lets share some cool freeware games.

i'll start

white chamber - a cool point n'click adventure game set in space
http://www.studiotrophis.com/site/projects/thewhitechamber

ben jordan series- a point n' click adventure where you play a paranormal investigator
http://www.grundislavgames.com/benjordan/

irisu syndrome - a cool japanese tetris-like puzzle game with a cool story
https://www.vector.co.jp/soft/win95/game/se463417.html
english translation patch for the game -> https://www.mediafire.com/file/nlujzb91wjl0bu7/IrisuSyndromeENv2.03.zip
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 No.664

>freeware
Does that include open source ones?

 No.665

>>514
Oh wait you said FOSS was cool.
Lets see there is always OFF, not the greatest but its unique style and story give it points.
There is Battle for Wesnoth but that's pretty well known already.

 No.666

If you enjoyed playing Elite back in the day, there's an open source remake called Oolite, which is alright. There's also Pioneer, which is a remake of Frontier: Elite 2. I personally have enjoyed playing Pioneer quite a bit, but it can be a little fucky. The game is somewhat unstable and has a tendency to crash frequently and without much warning. If anyone knows of any other decent space sims, please let me know. I've had an itch for a good space exploration game but neither of these are quite what I want.

https://pioneerspacesim.net
http://www.oolite.org/

 No.667

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>>666
>first Satan get
>I didn't even attach a picture of the Lord of Terror Himself
I feel so ashamed

 No.670

>>666
>cursed trips
If you are looking for a little more realism, there isn't anything that can compare to Orbiter when it comes to space sims.

http://orbit.medphys.ucl.ac.uk/



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 No.598[Reply]

do any sushis still play (or ever had) ps vita? i just got done playing some horizon zero dawn using the ps4 remote play on vita and its the comfiest handheld i own.
what are you favourite games or vita moments?
have you hacked yours?

let's talk vita!
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 No.660

>>658
They stopped producing them very recently, so I think now is the best time to get one. There's the full PS1/PSP/Vita library available, plus if you hack it you can install Retroarch for on the go retro gaming.

 No.661

i mostly use mine to browse the internet. i don't have enough money to buy all my animu game bullshit.

 No.662

>>659
>>660
Can I play Vita "backups" in the Vita? What do I need to have those .VPKs?

 No.663

>>662
Yes. You can either download a homebrew application called "PKGJ", which will allow you to download games from your Vita, or you can go to a website called NoPayStation and download games through that instead. Both download from Sony's own servers, so it's just a matter of whichever you want to use.

 No.669

>>660
I got gameboy advance, snes, mega drive and all the simpler ones working perfectly on the vita.
For the gameboy advance don't use retroarch use the emulator for the psp through adrenaline.



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 No.512[Reply]

I set up a Minecraft Lost Cities modded server to play around with. Take a look. It's a mapgen mod, so the world is an auto-generated abandoned city in all directions. If there is enough interest for me to find donors, I will add some more features and plugin support. Currently it is otherwise vanilla, with 12 player slots.

There are skyscrapers, highways, bridges, tunnels, subways, and other structures. Forever. Treasure boxes and mob spawners are scattered randomly about, making it a very hostile world with infinite exploration value.

IP: 142.44.222.37:25582
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>>545
I forget what it is called, these small areas of nature located within urban areas (I think they have a name). I think those are really nice to find. Small pretty areas of nature.

 No.549

Someone complained earlier that since mobGriefing was disabled on the server, villagers can't farm or pick up / share food. I looked into it, and I was able to re-enable mobGriefing while specifically disabling creeper and enderman griefing using plugins. So villager stuff should work now.

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This gigantic structure is the Purple Tower. Accessible from a bridge that connects to the roof of the spawn building, this tower is filled with teleporters that provide quick access to interesting locations throughout the server. If you make a super neat project I can add a teleporter for it to the Purple Tower. The bottom floor has a directory posted.

 No.554

I have tweaked the map generator settings. Now newly explored areas further from spawn have much more wilderness, with cities a somewhat rare occurrence, making for a more rural setting on the outskirts.

 No.668

looks comfy, what version of mineraft are you using?



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 No.67[Reply]

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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>>67
Osaka sim!
Jokes aside I really like Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite. It reminds me of playing when I would wrap up in a bed and play all day.
A while back I played Persona 5. For me that's probably the best made game I've ever seen. Everything about the atmosphere, sound design, environments and art direction is just right.
When I found myself with nothing to do for the last part of a day I just walked around shibuya. Night rain playing in the background as my character ambled down the street passing the crowds beneath an umbrella. It sounds dumb but I felt so content.
I should really get back to playing that, I've not touched it for so long. I think I'll try to get back into it when the next holiday hits.

I think Katawa Shoujo is probably the game that has got the most comfy to me but that's 100% due to my circumstances while playing it

 No.643

>>642
You should try older Persona games if you haven't yet. 3 and 4 are great too, 3 being my favourite.

 No.644

>>643
I played P3P and I have got P3 but I haven't played it. P4 was pretty amazing and I didn't think 5 wpuld live up to it. All of the games had the same feeling of art direction fitting together perfectly.

 No.647

Broken Reality is an a e s t h e t i c adventure game in a vaporwave-style 90s 3D internet, except it takes place in modern times. It's not a walking simulator, but a light metroidvania with puzzles, quests and secrets.

My favorite area in the game is essentially an explorable version of this album:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9L4q-0Pi4E

The game gets quite un-comfy in the last areas, and seems to eventually disappear up its own ass with an excessively cryptic ending, but it's otherwise enjoyable. It's available on Steam.

 No.648

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>>641
The Shenmue games are quite comfy for sure. I recently played through both (on Dreamcast!), and I was really impressed. The first one is kind of dull and slow to a painful degree, but the novelty of walking around a 1980s Japan with perfectly replicated environments is just too cool. Shenmue II though, that game is a legitimate work of art. It really feels like the epic they wanted to tell, and it's so immersive.



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 No.639[Reply]

Pure anarchy, no plugins besides /spawn. Do anything you like, say whatever. build whatever.

IP - dial274.mcpro.io

Livemap- 142.4.218.193:11048


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 No.1[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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

picrelated
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 No.634

>>633

Oh neat! I was just getting back in to Red Eclipse myself, since I really dig the movement in that game. I often ending playing around on a lot of Sauerbraten maps because they're so easy to find and fun to play around on. It's a really neat game, though I may not be able to play the newest version built on Tesseract. My laptop doesn't have enough graphics muscle to play that at 60.

What's wrong with the community?

 No.635

>>634
>>634
Well, it's the typical story with most things. The game community is fine, the offsite communities are absolute trash. I went to a chatroom for it a while ago and it was a whirlpool of interpersonal drama, political arguments and general, extreme anger for little conceivable reason. It was like the members of it were completely incapable of actually discussing the game, and there were individuals who were genuinely angry that new players may find it and that development was continuing on different versions.

 No.636

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Guys, I think I just might be a hipster…

>>635
> …there were individuals who were genuinely angry that new players may find it and that development was continuing on different versions.
That's a surreal level of elitism. Especially considering that the game's code seems to be in the free software ballpark.

 No.637

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>>619
Started playing it two weeks ago, and I haven't even touched anything else since. Seriously one of the greatest games so far and I'm not even finished with it.

 No.638

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>Combat Mission

It's a really deep strategy game with no resource management or building really. You've essentially have to outplay the enemy with positioning and deciding when to have your units attack. For instance, I was advancing towards an enemy formation on the main road of the map; they backed off and threw a smoke grenade to obscure my vision. You would assume they were backing off to take a defensive position and ambush my troops, but I predicted that they would instead use it to advanced, so I blindly mortar fired into the smoke screen and killed their rifle squad.

>Bounty Train


I just started this one so I can't talk about it. From what I can tell it's basically like Railroad Tycoon, bu without the building. The tracks and stations are already established, you just have to work on trading, taking contracts, upgrading your train/crew. There's some combat when your train gets looted, and you can take factions to ensure safety in certain regions. So if you're in route to Montgomery, being cozy with the Confederacy will go a long ways.



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 No.605[Reply]

are any of you sushis into this game? i just finished it a couple of weeks ago and it was the most weird, charming thing i've ever played. i'm pumped for the sequel

also, i know there's not supposed to be any meaningful story but it's really fun to come up with your own theories
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How do you guys think the new crew is related to the first (if at all)?

My guesses are A) there's some alternate universe shit going on, B) a mass migration of moonpeople after Gibby blew up the moon/Wayne's home I guess? That doesn't explain the other counterparts, or C) they're just the 1st crew's cousins.

Either way, Decres seems pretty cool.

 No.614

If you're interested, but not interested enough to play it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMnRprz8kRA
Also recommending this channel.

 No.615

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call me weird but i think this game's character design is the coolest shit ever. something about a tiny-faced moon man in a leather getup just gets to me

 No.631

Looking forward for the sequel. It looks amazing.

 No.632

in case you haven't seen the (new) preview



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 No.555[Reply]

hey sushirolls, I feel like MMOs have fallen out of style. This makes me sad, since I find them to be cozy, so I wanted to know if anyone else stills plays them.

If anyone wants to create a clan in everquest 2, I just started it… I'm trash but its been a lot of fun so far ;w;
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 No.575

>>573
Damn, I remember jumping on the train ride back in 2013 when osrs released. Got to level 50 in like a day, but eventually I just lost the fire to play again. Haven't played at all since then. I guess it's also due to no friends

 No.578

I play ESO mostly. It is a bit more casual than other MMOs like WoW, which is a good thing for me as I am only able to play for a couple of hours every few days due to work and study stuff.

 No.580

>>571
Little update. I ended up purchasing ESO Morrowind edition since it was only $10 and then find out my laptop doesn't support DX11 features, so I essentially made a donation to Zenimax. Big oof.

 No.581

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Yes, i feel the same way about MMOs, OP, they can be really comfy to play!
I keep changing what game i play every couple of months somehow, right now though i'm playing pso2 and i think it's pretty fun, not sure if it's because everything still feels kind of new to me yet but still fun

 No.582

I've been excited for Maplestory 2 ever since I got into the beta. I never realized all the music and house stuff you can do. Being a bunch of musical bums with my friends was probably my highlight of that month.



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 No.563[Reply]

It's so sad that no one is talking about this game. I get the price might scare away the general audience and the fact that action-puzzle games have been tainted by phone games doesn't help either, but this game is seriously a lot of fun! I guess it's cool that the few people who bought this game are also enjoying it as much as
I am, but considering that this is a nintendo game stuck on the switch and the 3ds, and the fact that the price is $50 means this game is probably destined to fail.
If you have a switch and want to play this game, just do what I did! I used those nintendo gold coins you get when you buy stuff from the eshop and knocked the price down to $43.

 No.567

I haven't seen much about this game, but when did video games become so prohibitively expensive? Nintendo first party games are usually like £50 but third party games like the switch version of the crash remaster are, what, £25? Not to mention the switch and controllers are expensive too. :(

 No.568

>>567
In the US new games for all systems have been $50-60 for many years. The only new games that go for $30-40 are re-releases of old games, or games for handhelds.

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>>569
And then there is inflation.



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 No.259[Reply]

Are you ready?
Don't update your systems if an update pops up!
Hack it!
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 No.504

>>503
Once you've CFW'd it, Homebrew Launcher has a direct menu option to launch a region-locked game.

 No.505

>>500
Yeah it's great. Been playing a lot of the fan translated puyo puyo and got a bunch of people I know via irc in on it too.

 No.511

If I hack it, is there a snes emulator? That's all I really care about when it comes to hacking a console, emulation, especially if it's a snes emulaor.

 No.535

>>511
Yeah, there's BlargSNES and Snes9x, both very functional. Old 3DS and Old 2DS do struggle with enhancement chips tho. Other than that it runs most games fine, and there's also emulators for most retro consoles (stuff like GBC, NES, Mega Drive, etc) and native support for GBA games

 No.536

>>511
>>535
If you've got a new model you can also inject your snes roms into the official nintendo snes emulator. They only used it to release a few titles on n3ds, but I hear it runs really well.



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