What's the last game you bought?

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  1. baegsi

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    Yep, for some games, it makes sense to not offer a demo.
     
  2. James C. Smith

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    Mahjong Towers Eternity. I love the community aspect and the player created content. It is very, very easy to download levels made by other players and share your own creations. It is so seamless, that many players don't even realize that is what they are doing. The game basically ships with NO levels the game downloads levels from the internet automatically. But most player just thing the game comes with thousands of levels. For people who get more into it, you can track your favorite level designers and see what levels they made and played. You can see who player a level you made and then go find what levels they made.
     
  3. Greg Squire

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    Last weekend I bought Hamsterball. I put it on our arcade machine so I could play with an arcade trackball (that works really well). The kids and I have been going "hog wild" with it since then. :) Awsome game! (and it's on sale right now, BTW ;) ).
     
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    Hey, Ragdoll Masters is very cool. Definitely one of those games whose screenshots don't do it justice. Good chance this'll be my next purchase.
     
  6. Viridian

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    Awesome, a Montezuma's Revenge clone!
     
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    Wow, so much hatred for RDKF, I'm surprised.
     
  8. Dan MacDonald

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    When the developer showd me it I remember liking it, it's a skill game though. It takes a while to master the controls and find all the secrets. When he showed me the game it had a million different play mechanics and variants. Not to mention multiplayer, it seemed like it had plenty of content. I havn't tried the steam version though.
     
  9. Black Hydra

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    Breakquest. But that was a while ago. Just have to wait until something perks my interest...
     
  10. pixies

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    I have gone on a bit of a spree this past week

    I bought Jets'n'Guns, Hamsterball, and lastly Ragdoll Masters thanks to the recommendation in this thread.

    Probably the closet thing to the matrix I have ever played and wasted way too much time on it. I wish it was a little less difficult or that I was a better gamer.
     
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  11. spellcaster

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    Here're the last 3 games I've bought:
    - Titan Attacks (couple of weeks ago)
    - World of Warcraft (about a year ago)
    - Runaway- a Road Adventure (shortly before WoW)

    I think "Jet's 'n' Guns" could also be listed here, since the full version was on a magazine cover CD. Does this count? If so, the last three games are TitanAttacks, Jets'n'Guns, WoW.
     
  12. Grey Alien

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    Star Monkey (great game, bit short)
    Quake 4 (not played it yet)
     
  13. Fry Crayola

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    New Star Soccer 3. Lovely stuff.
     
  14. Savant

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    Kung Fu Masters? Where would I download that? Google is, understandably, less than helpful for that phrase...
     
  15. Kestral

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    Hamster Ball - my 5 year-old bought it with her allowance.
     
  16. Glen Pawley

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    Starship Tycoon I think.
     
  17. Christian

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    Mount&Blade is the first game i bought online and the last one, try it! :D
     
  18. Ryan Clark

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    I bought Cute Knight this week :eek: :D

    Great game! I've managed to marry the prince and slay the dragon, though not at the same time :)
     
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    Out of the Park Baseball 6.5. It is a baseball simulation game. You can play in online leagues full of real owners. That part of the game sucks part of my life away, and I love it for it.
     
  20. C.S.Brewer

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    hmm...
    last one was SSX On Tour with a gift certificate...
    last one I paid for was Resident Evil 4.....
    next one will be Dreamfall :)
     

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