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Goggalor
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Re: Best E10+ or E rated action/adventure games--OPINION

said by bionicRod:

said by Xentoch:

How about the game Limbo. Its on Steam for around 10 bucks I think. Very well made puzzle/adventure game. Im pretty sure it meets your requirements.

IDK about that. There's no blood, but only because it's all in shadow. The ways you die are actually very violent and graphic.

Sorry, Xen, as that is a great game, but Rod is correct in that it is, indeed, very violent. I remember coming up on the spider (boss?) and getting impaled by one of its legs and then being tossed away in two pieces.
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bionicRod
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I remember the disembodied head of the little boy rolling down a hill on several occasions. Something tells me not the OP's cuppa tea.

Xentoch

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reply to bionicRod
hah yea I guess your right, its just so serene when your playing it you dont realize it as much.


footballdude
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reply to GamerDD
The Portal games are great. Epic Mickey perhaps?


Goggalor
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DDR, Dance Central, Barbie's Island Adventure?


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C'mon...give em a break, it's a legit question.

But... a hard request, as they're aren't a lot that don't fall into these categories.

As was mentioned, Nintendo has a lot of games along these lines that are very entertaining, but stay away from the violence, gore or even realism...you might have better luck there.

The recommendation for Portal / Portal 2 is a good one, as well.
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f0rtys3ven
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Whats the game where you roll the ball over stuff to make it bigger?

That one is fun and fits the standards as well.


bionicRod
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said by f0rtys3ven:

Whats the game where you roll the ball over stuff to make it bigger?

That one is fun and fits the standards as well.

Katamari Damacy! Weirdness.


f0rtys3ven
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Haha.

I knew there was a reason I couldn't remember it.


TheThing

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reply to NGamerDD
does the game have to be anti-warfare?

like no guns or tanks?

what about World of Tanks? I mean tanks firing is violent... but theres no blood, language or wizards... or booze


TheThing

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reply to GamerDD
I would also recommend POP CAP GAMES

they have a whole website of games that are pretty fun and non violent


DrModem
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There are lots of indie games on steam that meet these requirements.

Just go over the indie section.


Ghastlyone
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reply to GamerDD
If you haven't played Machinarium yet, it was really fun game. I think I bought it when it was on sale for 4.99 on Steam.

Lots of humor, puzzles, etc. You'll get about 7-8 hours total out of it.


Dissembled

join:2008-01-23
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reply to GamerDD
The reason I asked the question above was because if it's a gift, it would probably have to be in a box. If it's for you, go download Steam.