Discussion in 'Other Games' started by Dutch, Nov 9, 2017.
I'm literally on a MacBook Air that my school provided me haha. Sounds like a jet engine over the simplest things running. I want to play Portal and the Half life extremely bad. Had Half Life 2 for the PS2 but the actual storyline didn't even work. Just multiplayer.
Idk about a MacBook Air tho lol. It'd fry this pile of shit. But it's still better than nothing
Haven't even played the first one. Would give it a try though.
SimCity 4, runs on anything and is fun if you like stats, figures and numbers.
Cream Tea: yo
★ Dutch: mhm
Cream Tea: do you like
Cream Tea: games where you have to use your brain
Cream Tea: :P
★ Dutch: What games are those
Cream Tea: Like simcity
Cream Tea: Or anything where numbers and stats are involved.
★ Dutch: I go on instinct because I'm a barbarian
In all honesty, I used to fuck people up at that game when I was 5.
i really enjoyed Little Nightmares
and i also play games on a macbook so you should be fine with this one
Hey I've seen that game before! Didn't know it was even on Steam. Thanks for the recommendation!
The 2nd one is infinitely better than the first.
Will have to play it sometime after I get my PC.
If you want a proper city builder game, have a look at Cities: Skylines.
I have heard of that game, I wasn't really sure how close it was to SimCity 4 though. SimCity 2013 was crap.
What I heard from SC4 (back when it was released) it's quite buggy and requires an internet connection to start.
Even on a mac book you should be fine.
I second Child of Light and the Bioshock series.
The best possible single-player campaign experience you can get is Metro 2033. Last Light is an ok sequel.
Finish Doki Doki Literature Club.
Cities: Skylines is also available for $10 right now in a Humble Bundle!
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