Xonotic, STK and 0 A.D. have been my main 3. They’re pretty fun offline too.

I tend to mostly play Roguelikes nowadays. I find they’re great when you only have time to play sporadically. Some of my favorite recent games were:

  • Dead Cells
  • Death’s Door
  • Tunic
  • Stray
  • Children of Morta
  • Neon Abyss

Does playing chess puzzles on count? :D


Of course.

Mostly CS:GO.

I play often automation games, management games and strategy games. I’m always looking for people to start a gaming group with, since I really don’t fit into gaming culture and I’ve left that world a long time ago.

Right now anyway I’m playing: Banners of Ruin, Timberborn (yeah no, I’m not a furry lol) and occasionally R6: Siege and Chivalry 2.

Would u like to play factorio?


Fallout 4 currently. GTA 5 sporadically too mostly because my wife finds it hilarious.

Currently Satisfactory, previously Cyberpunk 2077.

at what stage are you in Satisfactory?

I’ve only been playing it since Sunday. Completed phase 1 and unlocked coal energy.

Cold Hotman

Cyberpunk 2077 is pretty good now a days, also enjoying some Assassins Creed Syndicate (the London one). Unciv is a pretty decent micro-civilization clone, also available for phones so I’ve been playing it while sitting down for 15 minutes if you know what I mean.

I’ve gotten really into rogue-likes (rogue-lites second) and am currently playing through Children of Morta and Devil Slayer Raksasi. Children of Morta is much more fun with another player, the gameplay is enjoyable but the synergy of two players is great. Story is nice with narration for everything.

Devil Slayer Raksasi is a top down, weapon-based, action game set in Chinese mythology. It sorta reminds me of a flash game but the combat is super fun. Distance and timing are crucial, and with any good rogue-like you can get some real steamroller item combos. The gameplay is really fun but the story is mostly forgettable haha

ZeroK: Amazing RTS like Supreme Commander


I recently began playing Doom (1993) and StarCraft: Brood War (1998). The soundtracks for both are fantastic.

Super Mario Maker 2

I have mostly played Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Fast RMX, AWOL and Splatoon 3 recently.

What I like about Splatoon 3 is how it refines the concept of Nintendo’s own multiplayer shooter. The controls feel more responsive, the existing multiplayer modes have been given more variety and the weapon variety gives more options to one’s own approach in the battlefield. The single player mode no longer feels like an afterthought, because one now has more freedom with how many missions to tackle. If one just wants to get to the final boss, it now can be done in shorter time; if one wants to finish every mission with different weapon as a completionist, that is also possible.

What I don’t like about Splatoon 3 is the lack of conventional voice chat; one has to use Nintendo’s own phone app for voice chat. It’s just stupid, Nintendo still has to figure things out with online.

[C]hicken [G]od

Phoenix Point, atm. I used to waste hours on XCom 2 and related DLCs. Modded the hell out of it until I encountered a crash.

Session: Skate Sim, Dota 2 and CS:GO

Yo, Session is tight! Just picked it back up recently and forgot how tough it can be. Super fun to cruise around the map and find spots to try tricks over and over. The lack of UI is so nice to just hang out in

Yup, think so, too and then when you finally land it! Also the video editor is quite comprehensive, with slowmotion, depth of field, field of view, all things that can be animated via setting keyframes within the game.

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