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"Games that don't necessitate a dedicated video card but have tons of depth. I love games like this, as they can provide hundreds of hours of gamplay without needing even a moderately powered PC."
As someone who is stuck with an oldish laptop (Though GPU included, yay!) for years because university and lack of money, I absolutely endorse this direction of curation. There are literally hundreds if not thousands of great games - including DOS-era retro - that are pretty easy to run, yet has content and quality for days ^^
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Yes, I do have the stipulation that I have to have a full review to actually place the game in my curation. I also stipulate that the game needs to be 'a little' beyond casual for that list. As I do not want to have an influx of say... 2D pixel-art platformers getting in the way of games with much more depth. Not to say 2D pixel-art platformers don't have depth, they are just so ubiquitous I feel no need to highlight the more mundane of them. :)
Chiefly, Rimworld and Oxygen Not Included need to be in that list. But since I've not actually written a full review for them yet. I've not placed them there.
Yeah, I was thinking about similar games - like the Spiderweb RPGs, or Dungeons of Dredmor - something with depth, complexity or something interesting mechanically :)