Mechwarrior Online (F2P, MMFPS)

The hunt for games to test and give a quick review of continues, and this time its the massive multiplayer online game, called Mechwarrior Online. Have you ever seen a scifi movie where a fellow climbs up into a big robot with guns, rockets, jumpjets and what-not-of-ultra-cool-hardware, and instantly dreamed that it was you that…

Settlers 2 (Oldie, F2P)

A game I played a lot around 20 years ago, was the legendary ‘Settlers 2 Gold edition’. This is micromanagement at its best and the feeling you got when you managed to make everything run smoothly and the god of resources was on your side is something that is missing in games of today, if…

Unreal Engine 4 – Free!

Its been over half a year since i made a post about ‘Unreal Development Kit 3’ that was released as a freebie from Epic Games. I’ve played around with that one for a little while, and its an awesome piece of software. Then I saw, by accident, that Unreal have released their ‘Unreal Engine 4‘…

Only if… (Indie, F2P)

Stumbling around Steam to see if there is anything to catch my eye…and maybe make a lets play video of, I found this game named ‘Only If…’. I downloaded it from Steam to give it a go, and I’m not quite sure why I did so. I usually do not like horror-games or ‘jump-scare’ games…

Transport Tycoon Deluxe (Oldie)

One of the biggest (and in my opinion best) simulation games out there is called ‘Transport Tycoon Deluxe’. This is an oldie, and was first published in 1994 by a company called ‘MicroPose’ by the name of ‘Transport Tycoon’. In 1996 it was republished with a polished gameplay and graphics, as ‘Transport Tycoon Deluxe’ and…

Theme Hospital (Oldie)

Retro One of the really old games I still play today, is old ‘Theme Hospital’ from Bullfrog Entertainment. Its old, its wacky, HD is something it has never heard of but there is something about this game that makes me take it out once in a while to give it some airing. You are the…

MS-DOS Games (archive.org)

In the olden days, before this graphical interface nonsense, the main system to work with on computers were MS-DOS. (Aye, I’m that old 🙂 ). We had computer games back then too, and now a site called archive.org have collected and made public (and playable!) 2,400 free MS-Dos games for you to enjoy! These games…