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I had to do it

Posted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 5:58 am
by Sstavix
I've been going through my Humble Bundle library, redeeming Steam keys and installing new games. I had to activate and install AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome and Zen Bound 2. I just had to.

Why?

So I could say that my Steam library has games from A to Z.

:crazy:

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 6:36 am
by ccgr
hehe my Steam library goes up to W

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:49 am
by TripExistence
This is perfectly sound reasoning, I absolutely would do the same thing.

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 5:53 pm
by Pheonix
Now it's annoying me that I don't have the full alphabet.

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Re: I had to do it

Posted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:59 pm
by Sstavix
I don't have a full alphabet either. I'm missing... let's see... E, I, J, K, N, Q, U, X and Y from my Steam library. That's counting games I own, not actually installed.

But still, my list of installed Steam games goes from A to Z! :lol:

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2014 1:21 am
by baconisgood23
Actually it doesn't. You do have games that start with the letters A and Z but, strictly speaking, you must have all the letters of the alphabet before your Steam library actually goes from A to Z.

Don't blame me, blame science.

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2014 2:18 am
by ArchAngel
Alright, Sstavix, I recommend:

Endless Space (Elder Scrolls, if you want to count that)
Icewind Dale
Jets'n'Guns (really fun indie side shooter)
Kerbal Space Program or Knights of Pen and Paper (Kingdoms of Amalur is pretty good, too)
NFS
Quest for Glory
Ultima series
XCOM

So, apparently, I'm Q and Y away from a full alphabet on Steam and Y on total.

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:23 pm
by Sstavix
Silly me... I do have a "J". Jamestown is even listed among my favorite games.

Looking at my Humble Bundle library, I could activate Eufloria, Incredipede and Nethergate, so there's three more.... I would just be missing Q, K, U, X and Y.
Alright, Sstavix, I recommend:

Endless Space (Elder Scrolls, if you want to count that)
Icewind Dale
Jets'n'Guns (really fun indie side shooter)
Kerbal Space Program or Knights of Pen and Paper (Kingdoms of Amalur is pretty good, too)
NFS
Quest for Glory
Ultima series
XCOM

So, apparently, I'm Q and Y away from a full alphabet on Steam and Y on total.
Good recommendations. I didn't even know they had any of the Ultima games on Steam. I do have Ultima VII (I played that game a ton when I was a kid... since discovering I can still play it using Exult I've tried it... and have discovered that playing games with automaps have really spoiled me over the years!)

As for Y, I've heard some interesting things about Ys. There's even a review on this site for one of the games here.

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 7:26 pm
by ArchAngel
Right, I was including some GoG games.
For U on steam, I have Unreal Tournament 3 and Universe Sandbox.
Quest for Glory also isn't on Steam, but Quantum Conundrum is. Haven't picked it up yet, but I think CCGR likes it.
There is also the X3 now on steam, so, that might be worth a try.
Never tried Ys either, and with it's anime-centric art, I've steered clear of it.

I do actually have Jamestown as well, but I played and enjoyed Jets'n'guns more so I thought I'd recommend that.

Re: I had to do it

Posted: Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:22 am
by Kwan
Another Q one is Q.U.B.E (haven't played, but it looks like a Portal knockoff).
I'm missing U, X, and Y.
Also, Incredepede is a pretty fun game :)