Best Indie / Little / Cheap Steam Games.

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PostRe: Best Indie / Little / Cheap Steam Games.
by lex-man » Thu Dec 10, 2015 2:18 pm

bear wrote:The best game on Steam is Spelunky.


I'm sure someone will be along to disagree but all you need to know is that person probably puts salted peanuts in their bird feeder.


I second this.

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PostRe: Best Indie / Little / Cheap Steam Games.
by Yulehide » Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:08 pm

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade wrote:If youre a fan of old schol point and click adventures like Monkey Island, i recently finished Dropsy and its legitimately the best point and click ive played since Grim Fandango. Its got gorgeous pixel art, an outstanding soundtrack, and the story is great. Its a little off putting at first as theres no dialogue at all, all npc's speak in speech bubbles filled with little pictograms, but once you get over it, its seriously the best point n click in well over a decade.


Have you played any of the WadjetEye point & clicks? Gemini Rue and Resonance are both brilliant games with early 90's style pixel graphics.

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PostRe: Best Indie / Little / Cheap Steam Games.
by TheTurnipKing » Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:54 pm

'Hide the presents wrote:
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade wrote:If youre a fan of old schol point and click adventures like Monkey Island, i recently finished Dropsy and its legitimately the best point and click ive played since Grim Fandango. Its got gorgeous pixel art, an outstanding soundtrack, and the story is great. Its a little off putting at first as theres no dialogue at all, all npc's speak in speech bubbles filled with little pictograms, but once you get over it, its seriously the best point n click in well over a decade.


Have you played any of the WadjetEye point & clicks? Gemini Rue and Resonance are both brilliant games with early 90's style pixel graphics.

The Blackwell series is also excellent. And Emerald City Confidential doesn't get a lot of mention but is a rather good little point and click as well.


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