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I am looking for some decent, casual games with no heavy load on my GPU. Just some small indie titles with no annoying splash screens. Something easy to pick up. Like Shovel Knight or something. Do you have anything in mind, guys?
Thanks in advance!
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I would add this one:
Oh that looks good. Thanks!
+1 to this.
I have just finished this and i can say i enjoyed it a lot! Please try it!
F2P, no need to spend money, fast rounds, early success = highly motivated players, good chances with common cards/creatures, the cards/creatures don't get stronger for long time players (you earn only more experience and that brings nearly nothing). They give out all new DLCs for free for a weekend or week before they take the normal DLC price (= very fair).
All that i brought to it said it make much more fun as they expected and it is addictive ;o)
I play it since many years (5 or 6?) and have 759h playtime.
I'm gonna take a look into it, thanks!
fun & runs on a potato ^^
The Adventure Pals which you already own. Quite enjoyable platformer with a derpy sense of humor. I wrote a review on steam if you want to read more about the game. If you like platformers and want one that's not difficult I highly recommend this one.
+1. Adventure Pals is WAY fun.
I'm currently killing time in Vampire's Fall: Origins, a pretty enjoyable casual turn-based RPG. Also, you can't go wrong with Hero of the Kingdom series.
It's hilarious, can run on anything (supports both Windows 8 and Windows 2000), and it's such a shame that more people don't know about it.
It may be unfinished, but it's still really great and free too.
Pioneers looks lovely!
Some nice recent roguelike if you like the genre
Iris and the Giant
Legend of Keepers
Recent Point & Click maybe LUNA The Shadow Dust
I've been playing those three lately and I've been enjoying it. Maybe you too
About the resources requested, I think it's okay, but check it out...
The Sea Will Claim Everything
Calm, sweet, kind, and delightful. Actions, but no action. Made by one of the developers of Talos Principle, and one of my favorite games ever - BUT not for everyone. On sale now for 99 cents! And, yes, will run on a potato if the potato is awake.
I've got that one (and The Long Reach) in my cart on Steam right now!
Edit: Not any more! I bought 'em!
Excellent! For 99 cents, you can't go wrong.
I wishlisted that game for awhile. I just bought it after I saw your recommendation!
The Sea Will Claim Everything
It was just good as a time as any to get it at 90% off :P Thanks for the recommendation! (and from the many people who already told me to get it, but I always forgot)
Week long deal -75% ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!
(Best played with a controller/gamepad..)
a bunch of "puzzle games" like these
Rampage knight was a fun beatem up with some roguelite elements.
hero of the kingdom games & glass masquerade games.
I really loved Hexcells (and its iterations), Delete, PUSH, or the various Picross games. There's some weird casual-tryharding when you reach Flow while doing puzzles, or when you know that you can move forward from that position and it's only on you to find it, because the game is fair and logical.
Also 4 elements is fucking awesome. Slight hidden object scenes and a lot of pretty fast-paced match 3-like gameplay.
Also Zuma. Zuma is the shit. Sparkle 2 from 10tons Ltd is fairly close, but Zuma is still the reigning champion of its genre.
Have you played Globesweeper: Hex Puzzler?
Oh damn! :D
If you have no problems with tower defense games based on cartoons, you should try Bloons Adventure Time TD
Surprised no one mentioned My Time at Portia yet. A nice casual game.
Katamari Damacy REROLL
Storm of Spears
A Wolfenstein 3D clone, a platformer, an RPG Maker game, and a Zelda clone, respectively.
I think these games meet your criteria and I believe you can have a lot of fun with them
PS: These last 4 are a little heavy depending on your PC, but in the future with a more robust PC you may like them
Have a good fun!
Do you like Time Management games such as 12 Labours of Hercules? If so, I would also recommend the Gnomes Garden games, as well as the Alicia Quatermain games. :)
I've been playing that one quite a lot during march, both on PC and Android. It's one of those games that you can play while doing something else.
The only suggestion in this thread, that I played.
And I do recommend this game. Very relaxing.