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post #16 of 26
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I just dled Terraria. I played it for about 10 minutes and have no idea what the point is. Care to fill me in anyone?

Basically you build yourself a castle and explore the world.

battle enemies, upgrade your gear. and dig your time away.

Yo can also join other servers, and participate with them there...check out their wiki, pretty extensive.
post #17 of 26
I recommend Pokemon Tower Defense for Warcraft III.
post #18 of 26
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Mount and Blade.

Really fun medieval battle game.

Love M&B, lots of mods/support as well, which is great and prolongs the game's life. Settings can be tweaked to get performance on an ailing machine or massive cinematic battles on a flagship tower.

 

Minecraft is surprisingly entertaining, though there isn't really an endgame (as of now). Basically explore, mine, build, survive

post #19 of 26
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I recommend Pokemon Tower Defense for Warcraft III.

They have that?.. Might have to try that out.
post #20 of 26
If your computer is old, run TFin windowed mode at about 2/3 resolution... Your aim will also lmprove.
post #21 of 26
If not Steam, maybe blizzard: Diablo II (Lod)!
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post #23 of 26
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They have that?.. Might have to try that out.

It's so good. I usually use Lugia, Ninetails, and Charmander with his accompanying evolutions. There's also a Yu-Gi-Oh! tower defense mod if you are interested.
post #24 of 26
www.humblebundle.com

About 5 indie games that are low demanding in terms of power. You can offer to pay .01 or $1000+ if you want.

They usually do this bundle every 1/2 year or so. Pretty cool, and they give you a Steam Key so you can add the games to Steam.
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It's so good. I usually use Lugia, Ninetails, and Charmander with his accompanying evolutions. There's also a Yu-Gi-Oh! tower defense mod if you are interested.

I never was into Yu-Gi-Oh as a kid, I think my limit is Pokémon.
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day of defeat non source version
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