The 50 Best Freeware Games

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Apr 26, 2011

The 50 Best Freeware Games by KingdomBlade at 4:22 PM (19,003 Views / 2 Likes) 69 replies

  1. SSVAV

    Member SSVAV Lurker in space

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    Thank you very much for this.

    Now I have enough games to play for two months.

    BTW, you should add to the list Nitronic Rush. Great "survival racing" game, supports ghosts and online friend scoreboards (though people have hacked the game, you might as well just compete with friends).

    Also has a large amount of content which just got updated to version 4 and beautiful neon graphics.

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    AND it has a remake of the Rush 2049 Gauntlet level.
     
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    Thanks I've not heard of most of these games will try some. I like MMO's do you have any good free MMO'S that you would like to share.
     
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ktj9JgMBqi0
    Warface =-D
    Free to play FPS only available in Russia, but there are many tutorials on how to get the game in English.
     
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    I demand that Slender and Katawa Shoujo be added to this list - it can't be complete without them!
     
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    I'm surprised to see that FLaiL and the jumper series (1,2,3,redux), their all good freeware games made by the guy who made give up robot. (Ogmo from jumper was also in the pc version of super meat boy)
     
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    Hey! How come CS 1.6 ain't on that list! And you left many awesome games out too! I'll say 2. transcendence.kronosaur.com and wz2100.net
     
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    This thread isn't updated much anymore. But I'll still mention some that just can't be missed:

    -Team fortress 2 (as mentioned by Satangel some years ago)
    -OpenRA: basically recreations of C&C (Tiberian Dawn), C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000
    -OpenTTD: Transport Tycoon Deluxe remade. Haven't played this as much, but seems to work fine...and in fact better than some of the other commercial clones released in the day...
    -fistful of frags. Just heard about this from Totalbiscuit yesterday, but apparently very, very good.
    EDIT: almost forgot:
    world of tanks. Pretty decent. :-)
    Unreal Tournament. Currently still in pre-alpha version (though the final product will be free as well). Keep an eye on this one. :)
     
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    50 things to waste time with at work
     

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