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Sexy hiking – Inspiration source of Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy

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If you like the once popular highly difficult climbing type of game Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, then you probably already know about and want to try out the game that inspired it: Sexy hiking. Sexy Hiking is a physics-based small 2D platformer game, created by Jazzuo from Czech Republic in 2002, using GameMaker Studio game engine.

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Batocera.linux – Universal retro gaming OS

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Batocera.linux is a free and open-source Linux distribution specially made for retro gaming, developed by a team from France in 2016. It can be installed on USB flash drive or SD card and turn any computer/nanocomputer into a full-fledged retro gaming console temporarily or permanently. That means it does not do any change on your computer.

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ScummVM – Cross-platform interpreter for many point-and-click adventure games

ScummVM (short for Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion Virtual Machine) is a free and open-source cross-platform interpreter (not a game emulator) for many classic point-and-click adventure and role-playing games that were made for DOS platform only, originally written by Ludvig Strigeus in 2001.

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Torchlight all works in one place

Torchlight is a very classic A-RPG (action role-playing game) PC game developed by Runic Games with OGRE game engine, and released in 2009. Torchlight II was released in 2012. In 2018, this company’s one long-planned MMORPG game was announced as Torchlight Frontiers.

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Army Men all games in one place

AppNee once promised a user to share all of the Army Men game works. Years have passed in a flash. Although it started off by intermittently releasing 7 Army Men titles, one game per post, this mission was eventually suspended due to time and effort issues. Now, AppNee has returned to this task and finished it at one go – making all Army Men game works in one place instead. The ones that have been posted will be fixed and referenced here, all the other games will be released all at once.

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The King of Fighters all games in one place

The King of Fighters (ザ·キング·オブ·ファイターズ, KOF for short) is a classic VS fighting game series first released by SNK from Japan for MVS arcade system board in 1994. KOF was originally launched as a fighting contest organized for the characters from SNK’s another two works – Fatal Fury series and Art of Fighting. It has a very high popularity in Asian countries.

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Chase H.Q. all games in one place

When it comes to car racing games, most of them are traditional RAC type: you drive a car to overtake your opponents or get to the destination within the given time. In this fixed mode of gameplay, no matter how good the system is, how smooth the controls are, how many vehicles are made and how cool they are, players will soon get bored with this cookie-cutter game mechanics.

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