Kevin C. Wong

GOG Anniversary Party

GOG has a list of games on sale for their 13th Anniversary Party. What looks interesting?

Terra Lander ($1.50, Windows) - Lunar lander color vector graphics + shooting bad guys
Terra Lander II ($2.50, Windows) - Like the first game + rescuing people
Terra Bomber ($2.50, Windows) - Simpler-graphics version of the arcade game Scramble (horizontal scrolling space bomber)

Dishonored 2 ($14, Windows) - Super-powered assassin in a clockwork world. D1 had a male protagonist, D2 has a female one.
Dice Legacy: Deluxe Edition ($21, Windows) - Turn based strategy, maybe 4X like. You roll dice (representing your people) and then allocate them out. Looks different than the usual.

Heroes of Might and Magic ($2.50, Windows) - Turn-based strategy game series. I think as usual earlier games are probably more my style before the games get too complicated.
Heroes of Might and Magic 2 ($2.50, Windows)
Heroes of Might and Magic 3 ($2.50, Windows)
Heroes of Might and Magic 4 ($2.50, Windows)
Heroes of Might and Magic 5 ($5, Windows)

Too bad they're all Windows games. Since it's DOSBox or something equivalent can run them on CrossOver, and running them on VMWare Fusion seems like would be painfully slow.