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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 6:49 pm    Post subject: OHR Game of the Year 2009 Reply with quote

WHAT
It's that time again; the time in which we gloat about how great the games we released this year were. My count is 76 released games this year, counting updates to games from previous years, but not counting multiple releases of the same games in one year. The goal here is to highlight the absolute best of 2009, in various categories.

WHEN
Voting begins now and goes until the last week of February, if I get enough responses. I want to be able to publish the results in the March HamsterSpeak.

GAMES?
"I haven't played any of these games yet!" Well, you've got about a month and a half to play some. How do you know which ones are worth playing? That's up to these threads. Even if you're not ready to officially vote yet, discuss and nominate your favorite games of the year. Let people know what's worth checking out.

HOW
Votes can be submitted either by PM or by responding to this thread. I think that posting in the thread is good, as it will help remind people of what was fun this year, and maybe inspire people to try a few new games. I will tally votes near the end of February.

Vote for your favorite five to ten games in the Game of the Year category. Vote for your favorite two to five in the sub-categories. Your first through third place picks in the main category will receive bonus points, first getting three extra, second getting two, and third getting one extra point in the overall standings. In the sub-category votes, only your first pick will receive bonus points.

You CAN vote for your own games, but those games will not receive bonus points. Bonus points will be given to the highest ranked games in your vote that weren't made by you. When voting, specify if you worked on the game in question. Use full titles when voting. Don't have tied votes in your submission. Votes can be changed up until the deadline if you play some new games and change your mind.

WHAT ARE THEY
These are the games released/updated in 2009:

[<3] by Twin Hamster
A Shot In The Dark by Kingston C. Rockwell
A Very Funkotronic X-mas by Spoon Weaver
Adventures of Astroman by Stewie
BABIES (vs) ROBOTS!!! by Spoonweaver
Blasted Earth by Blasted Earth
Bloodlust (Complete) by Only One in All
Bob the Hamster in the Crypt of Baconthulhu by James Paige
Buelle: The Lance's Tale, (0.5)* Tech Demo by Twin Hamster
Dawn by Blue Train
Don't Eat Soap by James Paige
Do You Want to be a Hero? by Mogri
Dragon Ball Z by Awful Waffle
Entrepreneur: The Beginning by Pepsi Ranger
Fall Be Kind by Blue Train and The Mad Cacti
Gato Sucio Special Edition by Paul Harrington
Genesis by Rebecca & Taylor Bair
Gohrillas by Mogri
House Escape by Spoon Weaver
Hydration 2: Oasis by Gizmog
Indigo by Blue Train
Kana Learning by Ysoft
KING OF GOURMET: FEAST FOR YOUR LIFE by Hachi-Roku and Gizmog
Legend of the Omni-sphere by Pastadevil
Legend of Zelda: Reptilian Warlord by Binoal
Legends Of Nedaria by NeoSpade
Light Fight by Spoonweaver
Loser Man by Spoon Weaver
Maces Wild by Rurouni Catholic
Mama by arpgme
Maze of the Red Mage by Mogri
Midorime by Buni Pickney
Moron Mission by Nathan Karr
Mr. Triangle's Maze by Red Maverick Zero
Necromancer by Deadmanintheocean
OHR House 3 Complete by JSH
OHR House Heroes: Complete by Red Maverick Zero
Okédoké! by Dark Blubber
Phantom Tactics by Mogri
Quest for the Bone by ringthehat
Qwerky Qwest by AcenMasterX
Resident Evil Infinity by Binoal
Sailor Moon: Another Dimension Version 6 by Buni Pickney
Santa Bang Bang! by rebobinar
SHiIDA by Baconlabs
Sleepover by Charbile
Slimes by Spoonweaver
somekindaninja (tech demo) by Spoonweaver
Sonic Trash by arpgme
Space InvadeOHRs by James Paige
Spooky Test by Twin Hamster
Spoonweaver by Spoonweaver
Stranded by New-Gen
Surlaw Armageddon (3/20/09 Update) by Paul Harrington
Techno Ship Funkotron by Spoonweaver
Test of Normality by Beau Rl
Tetris OHR by shakeyair
The KER-saders by Spoonweaver
The Long Journey Home by Camdog
The Pope's War on Science by Mr. 8-Bit
The Resurrection by DragonBlood
The Ritual (Spring 09 update) by Camdog
The Slime Wars by Camdog
The Wizard, The Thief, and the Lich by Momoka
The Wizard's Bomb by Camdog
Tightfloss Maiden (Update) by Pepsi Ranger
Tim-Tim "The Might Gnome" by SpoonWeaver
Timestream Saga - Arcadia Incident Report by Fenrir-Lunaris
Timpoline (Full release) by Adam Perry
Too Terrible! by Gizmog
Turkey Killer by Spoonweaver
Vampires History- War of Annihilation by Umbrella
Village People: The Videogame by Paul Harrington
Wage Slave by Gizmog
Wandering Hamster (Update) by James Paige
Wilthawiya by Gizmog


These are the categories:

Best Game of 2009: The overall best games. Vote for five to ten games.

Best Graphics: Best style, best pixelation, etc. Whatever made your eyes weep with joy. Vote for two to five games.

Best Design: This can be Plotscripting, map design, battle systems, or any other technical game aspects. Vote for two to five games.

Best Writing: Story, dialogue, world creation. Vote for two to five games.

Most Ridiculous: What games baffled your mind this year? The reasons don't matter. It could be an astonishingly confusing game, a shockingly funny one, whatever. Some sort of wild card category or something.

Most Anticipated 2010: What games would you most like to see updated this year, and which announced games are you most excited about? You'll have to do the digging on your own for this one, because we get dozens of proposed games that never come out and finding/listing them all would take forever.

Let's do this. Start discussing some highlights of 2009 and we can get moving. When voting, feel free to comment on the games you chose. Your comments may be used in the results article!


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Most Ridiculous will inevitably stem from the wide range of strange, or even demented ideas entered into the 48-hour contest and, to a greater or lesser degree, the Halloween contest.
Wilthawiya. Sleepover. A Very Funktronic X-Mas. Spooky Test. Santa Bang-Bang.

Discuss.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Baconlabs wrote:
The Most Ridiculous will inevitably stem from the wide range of strange, or even demented ideas entered into the 48-hour contest and, to a greater or lesser degree, the Halloween contest.
Wilthawiya. Sleepover. A Very Funktronic X-Mas. Spooky Test. Santa Bang-Bang.

Discuss.

Either [<3] or Sleepover deserves to win this category. Baconthulu, Pope's War on Science, Okedoke, Village People, there are lots of games that should get votes in this category, several of which are actually decent games on top of being insane.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I didn't think Okedoke was weird/ridiculous at all, but maybe that's just because I'm used to quirky Earthbound-type worlds.

I would, however, consider it a top-tier OHR game for 2009.
Either that or pester DarkBlubber (or ffnflgarbl or whatever) to finish the game in 2010. I kinda like it how it was back when I first downloaded it, but who knows how much better it might get?

EDIT: Which reminds me. I wanna have SHiIDA done by next Halloween, in part because I need to get myself trained to attack deadlines, and in part because I want to finish Viridia before long, too.

REPLY to below: (because I don't feel like reposting)
That's an excellent way to put it. I guess I was thinking of only surreal-type, disturbing-type strangeties and ridiculosities. Gotta be open-minded, this is an important vote!


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 5:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't see how a game where you fly by farting and you fight racist versions of the Power Rangers and talking stacks of money could possibly be seen as anything but ridiculous. That kind of seemed to be the point.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not going to post my votes yet, but I am going to give comment on a bunch of games that I liked last year, hopefully to give people that haven't played them an idea on what to check out. Everyone else is welcome to do the same. I still haven't played everything (I really need to play Slimes), but here's what I've liked in 2009 so far:

[<3] by Twin Hamster - Pretty much an OHR-styled Katamari game, only somehow even more crazy, which is really an accomplishment. I've been a little afraid of TwinHamster since playing this.

A Shot In The Dark by Kingston C. Rockwell - Not really a "game," but very well written and very funny.

Bloodlust (Complete) by Only One in All - I haven't played the complete version yet, but previous versions of this game were pretty great as far as horror games go. Some of it is a little too over the top grotesque, but the engine's solid and the atmosphere's great.

Bob the Hamster in the Crypt of Baconthulhu by James Paige - I'm not a fan of rogue-likes, but this game is extremely polished and well worth checking out.

Don't Eat Soap by James Paige - A Bubble Bobble tribute that's a better sequel than any of the official Bubble Bobble sequels. One of my favorite games of the year.

Do You Want to be a Hero? by Mogri - Great writing, fun sense of humor, unique, strategic battle system. Gets a little too frustrating towards the end, but it's a great time and I'm looking forward to an expanded version.

Entrepreneur: The Beginning by Pepsi Ranger - Overwhelming and unfriendly at first, this game actually has a ton of depth and it's amazing that it all runs as well as it does. The amount of content is kind of staggering, especially considering that it's a contest game.

Light Fight by Spoonweaver - A very well designed, simple beat em up game. I'd love to see this expanded this year.

Maze of the Red Mage by Mogri - A rogue-like that isn't time consuming or demanding. This game suited my play style much more than Baconthulu, and I'm a big fan of the descriptions of objects/enemies here.

Mr. Triangle's Maze by Red Maverick Zero - This is RMZ's best game. A lot of the stages are really clever, and it's a lot of fun to solve. Some of the stages require a bit too much precision, but I was still able to get to the end.

Okédoké! by Dark Blubber - I have a lot of little issues with this game, but there's no denying that it's huge, has a great visual style, and a ton of content.

Phantom Tactics by Mogri - A well made Shining Force style game. The story's weak and forgettable, but the gameplay is solid. I want to see more of this, but I don't want Moogle distracted from Do You Want to be a Hero? yet.

Sleepover by Charbile - God damn ridiculous in the best way possible. This is a hell of a strange journey. No real way to classify it beyond that.

Space InvadeOHRs by James Paige - Yeah, I'm a Space Invaders junkie, so of course I'm going to praise a faithful OHR port. I'd like to see this expanded. Recent sequels like Space Invaders Revoluton and Space Invaders Exteme have shown that there's plenty you can add to the old game to make it fresh.

Surlaw Armageddon (3/20/09 Update) by Paul Harrington - I'd hoped I'd be way further along in development of this game by now. Unfortunately I've stalled, but I think what's there is decent, if you're not opposed to long, wordy cutscenes.

The Long Journey Home by Camdog - A unique space exploration game, likely to kill you dozens of times. There's really nothing else on the OHR like this one.

The Slime Wars by Camdog - Great, timing-based arcade style game. Would be fun to play in an actual arcade.

The Wizard's Bomb by Camdog - A short-form RPG on a time limit, part of the inspiration for Do You Want to be a Hero?. I prefer Moogle's game, but this one's got a lot going for it too, and is solidly designed.

Tightfloss Maiden (Update) by Pepsi Ranger - I like that this game ends at a reasonable (but still unfinished) part of the story, rather than leaving you hanging. Like Entrepreneur, this game's pretty intimidating at first, with the gigantic maze environment you're thrown into shortly after the game starts. This is my favorite of PR's games.

Tim-Tim "The Might Gnome" by SpoonWeaver - There are some bad design choices here and there, but this is overall the best platformer released on the OHR this year.

Timpoline (Full release) by Adam Perry - Frustrating, addictive. Moogle makes great puzzle games, and this one's no exception. It probably is a bit too difficult at times, but it kept me coming back.

Village People: The Videogame by Paul Harrington - I really wanted to be done making this game by the end of 2009 too. There's only an hour or two of content here, depending on how much you like to explore and read, but I hope I did a decent job creating the world.

Wandering Hamster (Update) by James Paige - I haven't played the update yet, but it's Wandering Hamster.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 1:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think I'm finished with all the games that I had planned to play for this vote. I don't play fan games, so Astroboy, Dragonball Z, and Sailor Moon, while possibly fun for what they are, won't be on this list. Likewise, I'm not a fan of horror, so I haven't played Bloodlust, and therefore won't know how to rank it, though I'd imagine it belongs on someone's list.

Best Game of 2009: The overall best games. Vote for five to ten games.

1. Slimes

This does more than give us a stylistic puzzler with neat design and near flawless plotscripting; it gives us all these tricks and still manages to be fun. Though, it’s the level design feature that puts this game over the top. Well done. The music is also excellent.

2. Don’t Eat Soap

Does everything that Slimes does, and with great 8-bit graphics. It loses a point for not having longer gameplay or a level creator.

3. Okédoké

The best traditional RPG experience to come to the OHR since the Vikings of Midgard. Yes, it’s crass. But the art style is similar to any classic Game Boy Color game, the maps require strategy to complete, and the characters are some lively firecrackers who all have a purpose for being in the party.

4. OHR House Heroes

While not as humorous as OHR House 3 (and arguably not as well-written on a dialogue level), it has one of the best ideas behind a reality show I’ve seen in a while (good vs. evil; teamwork vs. competition), and executes it with amazing graphic and sensory detail, offers us superb voice acting in the final chapter, and gives us what secures its spot on the top list, a host of bonus features and games to reward the viewer for watching the whole season.

5. Tightfloss Maiden

A moody look into a character’s psyche, this game makes an experience out of isolation and suspense, and does so with realistic animations, sounds, and action. The settings themselves practically breathe as the main character searches the landscape for her identity, and the combination of strategic navigation and exits keeps this from becoming a straightforward adventure game.

6. The Wizard’s Bomb

The second best traditional RPG experience to come to the OHR since the Vikings of Midgard. There is almost no reason for this game to make the list, as the story, the characters, and the setting are cookie cutter samples from RPG Design 101. But add a 15-minute time limit and too many places to explore within the limit, and you have yourself a game that has to be replayed again and again. And that, my friends, it what makes a game fun, and fun is what makes a game worth reaching the Top 10.

7. Village People: The Video Game

Surlaw is the only other game designer I know who would sooner flavor a game with pointless text and puzzles for the sake of content (i.e. immersion, or better yet, options) than to submit an emaciated game that most players would soon forget. This game gives us the perfect reminder of that quality whenever we equip the disco ball so that the entire screen will flash. Utterly pointless, and oh so awesome.

8. Mr.Triangle’s Maze

You may notice by now that I prefer the puzzlers to the side-scrollers, and thus, I’ve voted accordingly. And few OHR puzzle games are more exciting than this one. Just when you think RMZ has implemented his last greatest trick, he throws you a curveball and adds a rock band to the stage. Where does he come up with this stuff?

9. Bob the Hamster in Baconthulhu

On the surface, this seems like an ordinary dungeon-crawler with Pac-Man style coin collecting and the occasional NPC who sells you crap. But when you consider that the entire game is randomly generated and that you can only see what the fog of war allows, you have to admit that this game is pretty impressive.

10. OHR House 3: On the Plantation

While the majority of the game came out in 2008, I think this is worth adding to the list simply because it ended the series so well. I don’t care what anyone else says, I loved the Shadowiii montage.

Best Graphics: Best style, best pixelation, etc. Whatever made your eyes weep with joy. Vote for two to five games.

Overview: I’m voting based on style and/or dedication to perfection, not so much on prettiness. The Top 5 and the honorable mentions are entries that attempted to look nice based on the game’s needs, whether full-color, 8-bit, or incredibly detailed.

1. Genesis
2. Stranded
3. Blasted Earth
4. Okédoké!
5. OHR House Heroes

Honorable Mentions:

Wandering Hamster
Don’t Eat Soap
Tightfloss Maiden
SHiIDA
Timestream Saga – Arcadia Incident Report
Phantom Tactics
Village People: The Video Game
Light Fight

Best Design: This can be Plotscripting, map design, battle systems, or any other technical game aspects. Vote for two to five games.

Overview: I’m an exploration/puzzle fiend, so I am voting according to how a game distributes its gameplay resources to make it fun and challenging. I’m also giving honorable mentions to any game that dared to be different (that I enjoyed).

1. Slimes
2. Don’t Eat Soap
3. Mr.Triangle’s Maze
4. Wizard’s Bomb
5. Tightfloss Maiden

Honorable Mentions:

Bob the Hamster in the Crypt of Baconthulhu
Timpoline
Sleepover
Phantom Tactics
Village People: The Videogame
Entrepreneur: The Beginning
Okédoké!
Wandering Hamster
Tetris OHR
Maze of the Red Mage
[<3]
Do You Want to be a Hero?
The Slime Wars
Light Fight
Surlaw Armageddon
Quest for the Bone

Best Writing: Story, dialogue, world creation. Vote for two to five games.

Overview: These are the games that I thought had the best character development, dialogue, and overall story. Pretty straightforward.

1. OHR House 3: On the Plantation
2. Tightfloss Maiden
3. Entrepreneur: The Beginning
4. Village People: The Video Game
5. OHR House Heroes

Honorable Mentions:

A Shot In The Dark
Okedoke!
Sleepover
Surlaw Armageddon
Wandering Hamster
Timestream Saga – Arcadia Incident Report

Most Ridiculous: What games baffled your mind this year? The reasons don't matter. It could be an astonishingly confusing game, a shockingly funny one, whatever. Some sort of wild card category or something.

1. Sleepover
2. [<3]
3. The Pope’s War on Science
4. Okédoké!
5. Light Fight

Most Anticipated 2010: What games would you most like to see updated this year, and which announced games are you most excited about? You'll have to do the digging on your own for this one, because we get dozens of proposed games that never come out and finding/listing them all would take forever.

1. Viridia

Ever since Baconlabs posted the first specs of the game, I was eagerly anticipating it. After seeing what he’s capable of with SHiIDA, I am even more eagerly awaiting the release of this game. And I suspect that once script multitasking is implemented, it won’t be long before we see a demo. And I’ll be looking forward to that, too.

2. Saminaster & Sorcery

I got to play a test copy of this, and I have to say I am starving for a full demo. I loved the game that it’s based on (Shifter), and I love even more the gameplay/puzzle/character switch mechanics it employs even now. This is gonna be a head-turner when it comes out, if only people knew now.

3. The Adventures of Powerstick Man: Extended Edition

I’m working hard to make this one of those most world-consumed RPGs on the OHR, stuffing it with every interactive thing I can think of. It’s a long, exhausting production, but I think the finished product will be hard to forget. I hope it will be ready this year.

4. Okédoké! (Complete)

It’s already close to complete, and I admit the novelty is starting to wear a little thin. But it’s such a great game as a whole that it would be unfair not to have a finished version this year.

5. Vikings of Midgard (Complete)

Same as above, but the novelty has run even thinner. Thankfully, Fenrir comes up with new ways to keep the game fresh each release.

6. Marooned

I’ve had my eye on this title for a while, and given the combination of Mr. 8-bit’s humor and some weird phenomenon that puts a snowfield in the middle of a tropical island, my patience for waiting for it is deteriorating.

7. Entrepreneur: The Beginning (Complete)

My only other game that stands any chance at being finished in 2010, I still look forward to implementing all the fancy tricks and areas that I didn’t have time to implement last summer, like business spying and sabotage, neighborhood chores, nightlife socializing, and hot dog vending.

8. Surlaw Armageddon and Village People: The Video Game (Complete)

Yes, I’m including both in the same position because I anticipate both equally, but I will be happy with just one complete game this year and the complete other game in 2011. Whichever comes first, I want to play the full versions of both by December 31, 2011. You’ve been challenged, Surlaw.
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Progress Report:

The Adventures of Powerstick Man: Extended Edition

Currently Updating: General sweep of the game world and dialogue boxes. Adding extended maps.

Tightfloss Maiden

Currently Updating: Chapter 2
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've decided to play 10 more OHR games before voting, and if one particularly inspires me, I'll probably review it on Slime Salad or HamsterSpeak. I decided on the following games based on updates or intrigue from some source, such as this thread or articles HamsterSpeak.

1) [<3] by TwinHamster because it sounds so dang weird
2) BlastedEarth by BlastedEarth and
3) Spoonweaver by Spoonweaver for the novelty of it
4) Bloodlust by Onlyoneinall, I've always wanted a chance to play it
5) Genesis by Bair & Bair, because that one HamsterSpeak article stirred up so much controversy
6) House Escape by Spoonweaver for no real reason
7) Legends of Nedaria by NeoSpade, sounds promising based on a HamsterSpeak review
EDIT: Whoa, my memory is horrible.
8) The Wizard's Bomb by Camdog, since it's so popular
9) Okedoke by DarkBlubber and
10) Tightfloss Maiden by Pepsi Ranger since they were updated
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My votes. I will add comments later. I had a lot of trouble deciding on my top ten this year, there were a ton of good games released.

Best Game of 2009:
1. Don't Eat Soap
2. Sleepover
3. Village People (mine)
4. Mr. Triangle's Maze
5. Slimes
6. The Slime Wars
7. Do You Want to be a Hero?
8. Maze of the Red Mage
9. Tightfloss Maiden
10. Entrepreneur: The Beginning

Best Graphics:
1. Don't Eat Soap
2. Okedoke
3. Bloodlust
4. Village People (mine)
5. Phantom Tactics

Best Design:
1. Don't Eat Soap
2. Bob the Hamster in the Crypt of Baconthulhu
3. Mr. Triangle's Maze
4. Slimes
5. The Slime Wars

Best Writing:
1. Village People (mine)
2. A Shot in the Dark
3. Do You Want to be a Hero?
4. Maze of the Red Mage
5. Tightfloss Maiden

Most Ridiculous:
1. Sleepover
2. [<3]
3. Village People (mine)
4. A Shot in the Dark
5. Do You Want to be a Hero?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One week left to get in your votes.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

VOTES ARE CLOSED. Results will be in Monday's HamsterSpeak.
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