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I'm playing through Braid (a relatively fantastic Indie platformer which everyone except me seems to have beaten at this point) and Plants vs. Zombies (a relatively fantastic PopCap strategy game which everyone except me seems to have beaten at this point).

I'm kind of late on these.
I'm playing Red Steel after filling up my Wii collection slightly. Despite all the bad reviews, what I've played so far is pretty nice. I'd really recommend picking it up if you haven't done so already.
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Picked up Fallout 3 again after completing Deus Ex: Human Revolution 100% (including all the trophies). It's still as fun as ever.
Been playing a hell of a lot of Pokemon Black, I've been levelling up Pokemon I transferred from my Ruby, Diamond and Platinum games.
Terraria.

jesus christ i suck at this game
1. Paper Mario. (N64) I've totally mega failed in this game for almost 5 years until I finally understood everything. I just beated Crystal King (yes!) and got the sixth(?) power star, and am now looking for more badges and items.

2. Mario's Super Picross. (SNES) (I doubt anybody from you knows this game.) It is a kinda simple puzzle game where you have to fill out blocks which are making a picture by reading the numbers in the outside puzzle. Althrough that doesn't sound fun, I highly recommend you to try that out. I am nearly done with the game.

BTW I heard McRoll'd by the time I wrote this post.
Originally posted by KevKot
2. Mario's Super Picross. (SNES) (I doubt anybody from you knows this game.) It is a kinda simple puzzle game where you have to fill out blocks which are making a picture by reading the numbers in the outside puzzle. Althrough that doesn't sound fun, I highly recommend you to try that out. I am nearly done with the game.

I played it before and it is kinda fun even though puzzle games aren't really my forte. It's a nice little game to pass some time when you have nothing else to do.
Originally posted by KevKot
2. Mario's Super Picross. (SNES) (I doubt anybody from you knows this game.) It is a kinda simple puzzle game where you have to fill out blocks which are making a picture by reading the numbers in the outside puzzle. Althrough that doesn't sound fun, I highly recommend you to try that out. I am nearly done with the game.

I most certainly do know this game, I like it.
Edited for clarity.

Also, re-playing Retro Game Challenge, just an awesome game for the DS. 8 games that feel like they belong on a NES, just fun for everything. 2 space shooters, 3 platforming adventures, 2 racing games, and a full out RPG. Also the bonus of "magazines" to help it feel back in the past, and an audience, who reacts differently depending on what you do or accomplish.

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Last month I got Kirby's Return to Dreamland. Possibly one of the best Kirby games yet, if not the best. I have 100% completion on both Normal and Extra and beaten both Arenas. (Tornado FTW). Currently I'm working on my Arena times with Hammer; so far I have 8:05 on the easy Arena, but my True Arena time is around 15 minutes with Tornado.

Also, I've been playing (and have gotten back into) Bahamut Lagoon, a Japan-Only Squaresoft Strategy-RPG that's like a simplified squad-based Final Fantasy Tactics. Currently on Ch. 11 so far. It's actually easier than I thought, maybe because I've made my dragons insanely overpowered. I'd still recommend this game to fans of games like FFT and Fire Emblem.

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Lunatic Lolo, an Adventures of Lolo 2 hack: 20/54 Levels ([C3 thread] [demo])
I somewhat got addicted for a indie platform game called Limbo. It's a very stylish black-and-white game, where you are a boy, and it is all you know at the start of the game (and at the middle too, heh).

I'm also spending some time constructing things in Minecraft, at survival mode. I was more addicted to it some time ago, but still.

Still kicking ass in the Wastelands in Fallout 3, currently level 16. It's getting really easy with all the equipment I have as of now though some real hardcore enemies are starting to appear as well to compensate for it. Playing this game on Very Hard ought to be quite the challenge (I'm playing on Normal right now mind you).

A few days ago I also decided to give Touhou 13 a shot and it's nothing short of pure amazement. I wasn't a big fan of Touhou until now. I finally managed to beat the main game on Normal without continues (yeah I suck at the game) and unlocked the Extra Stage, which is fucking difficult. xD I managed to get up to Mamizou's third spell and then died. Dammit. The level itself and the midboss alone is khashdfhks rampage but then the boss as well... Loving the boss theme though!
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And,by the way im playing earthworm jim right now.
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Pokémon Red...Gameboy Color. I just started playing, but I'm stuck in Mt. moon lol.

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I've been playing some SM64 hacks, and of course SMW hacks,
Other games I've been playing are Super Mario 3D land,
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D,
Skyrim,
Borderlands,
Oblivion,
and that's about it.

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SMW Hack: Super "Vanilla" World
SM64 Hack: Luigi's Mission (Work Halted)
I am playing Donkey Kong Land III (1997, Game Boy)

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I'm playing "Jump Ultimate Stars" for the Nintendo DS, I really like fighting people arround the world, but sometimes there are cheaters using codes, that ruin all the fun :( |-O
Trying out these games. Though I'll need some help with finding out what to do. (mostly Japanese-RPGS) Also Team Fortress 2, Shadow of Isaac, and whatever NES/Genesis/SNES games I'm interested in playing at that moment.
Currently working my way through an extremely obscure and challenging Japanese platformer/Metroidvania by the name of Asakura!P (which apparently is short for Assault Crisis! Prologue). The game consists of a hundred rooms interconnected to form a huge dungeon, and you have to explore it to find upgrades in order to proceed. Each room is rather short and you only get sent back to the start of the current room when you die, which is good, since you will die a lot; you are never more than a single hit away from death, and in the last area, dying hundreds of times in a single room isn't uncommon. Also, each room has a key and a treasure chest (which requires a key to open) hidden somewhere in it; the hiding places can get rather obscure, so you have a lot of searching to do if you want to get 100% completion.

Right now I'm about halfway through the final area, trying to make sense of a room the gimmick of which is basically the equivalent of Map16 trickery: I've figured out a safe way through most of the room (which involves walking on top of spikes and through seemingly solid walls), but I still have to find a way around the invisible wall of spikes just above the chest.

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Sounds interesting YCZ. What system is it for? Or is it online and free-to-play?
It's a PC game, but it's not free. However, Talkhaus user Cup made a video tutorial on how to purchase the game that you can find here (and there's probably download links to be found somewhere online, though in that case you're on your own). Also, there's a recently released English patch for it that can be found here.

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