I've played Worms with my kid and it looks like that it's still as much fun and addictive as it was in 1995.

Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse is quite a let down.
It's short and not very funny.

I bought original Worms on GOG. I've spent lots of time playing it with my friends in the 90's. No sequel was as good as the first one. I wonder what nowadays kids say to it.

I've finished Blackwell: Unbound. It's even worse than the first one, backtracking and asking multiple times about the same subject at it's worst. Also it seems to be crashing a lot on Windows. Crashed only once on Linux.

I've finished Blackwell Legacy. Classic point'n'click. It wasn't very good, there's lots of back tracing. Lots of time it''s not clear what to do.

I've beaten Tales of the Neon Sea. It was really pleasant surprise. Feels like good old point'n'click adventures. Nice story.

Deadlight: Director's cut beaten. Good game, ideal length. One part is really hard.

I've got Deadlight: Director's cut for free from GOG for some reason and I can't get past the scene where helicopter is shooting outside the window. According to the videos there's stuff in the room that should cover me, but in my case the helicopter shoots straight through them. 馃様 Some people say that it's possible to just run through, I'm not sure if I'm able to do that.

Devotion and Detention are DRM free at Red Candle's own eshop.

Has Distraint the one of the most shittiest stories ever? The game looked so promising, but bad story made it utter garbage. It's even worse than Depression Quest.

Eventhough I didn't like 1st episode of Life is strange 2, I bought the rest to give it the chance to get better and it didn't. Only likeable chracters are Sean and Daniel, all others are really bad, shitty people. There no good choices available. And why the hell witers forced these poor boys to spend their time with those smelly hippies?

Valheim looks interesting. Works on Linux. Probably something long long term.

Am I playing Cyberpunk 2077 wrong? Even after 15 hours I'm dying so often. Even those random street shootings give me challenge. Any tips?

After 9 hours I think I'm allowed to say, that Cyberpunk 2077 is good game. I've only experienced some mild sound stuttering, but otherwise no bugs.

I wanted to wait some time before buying Cyberpunk 2077, but I have been too curious if it's really that buggy as people say, so I have bought it. .

I bought The Corridor on Steam for 鈧1.35. And it wasn't worth that price.

I'm playing XComm: Enemy within on SteamOS and mouse cursor is disappearing when mouse movement stops and shows again when some mouse button is pressed. It's bit annoying. Is there any fix for that?

I've finished playing Lifeless planet. It's only like 5 hours long, but still feels endless. It's very boring, but not boring enough to kill curiosity what will bore you behind that another hill.

Journey to the savage planet is finally beaten both main game and DLC 100%. It was really good.

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