Let’s start with TU-95, what I believe might be the one of the best flight simulators out there. What this game lacks in miniscule detail, it more than makes up for with simplistic gameplay and quick-to-learn-but-hard-to-master level design(TM)
Only millenials will remember this.(Ugh, I can feel Buzzfeed seeping into my veins.) Sports heads is essentially Pong, but with gravity. That might sound like something incredibly mundane, but I can assure you, it is not. This is one of the most frustratingly addicting games I have ever played. I think that part of Sports Heads’ success is due to the Mario inspired power ups, which can both inhibit and excel the capabilities of either player.
People claimed that Minecraft is a tool, to create whatever and however they wanted. I disagree. The Powder Game lets you harness elements, items and the imaginary to create something, that is the game’s sole purpose. Get mixing.
One of my favourite genres of video game is: The semi-serious management simulator. Games like SimCity, Game Dev Tycoon and the more recent Project Highrise are games that captivate me deeply. So here we have Supermanager, a game that lets you take the thrilling position as supermarket manager. Yay. Supermanager is one of those games where you play to relax, you listen to the fifteen second loop of music, you wonder how a supermarket could sustain itself being located in a black void, you watch while your customers amble around, not touching any of the dairy section for some reason. Drink your milk, kids!