Diablo 3, Dragon Age: Origins.
Diablo 3, Dragon Age: Origins.
Some rescue. No wonder you're called the Order of Whispers. Nobody would brag about this.
What have you become when even nightmares fear you ?
Anyway, adding to the list of games you could probably play onehanded: Magicka should be fine, at least with Naga binds. Put the elements, the AoE modifier (shift + right click is "cast in an area" iirc) and the spell button (space) where you're comfortable with them and you're golden. Game is click-to-move.
Oh, and Nimbus. Fun little game, that one. And simple controls if you can either bind them to your mouse somehow or get used to pressing movement keys with your mouse hand.
PvE:er to the bone. Plays a druid. Also plays DotA and a whole bunch of other stuff. Currently watching: Arrow. Listens to mostly everything.
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Japanese ero games. They're meant to be played that way too.
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and you need 2 more buttons so if you have a gaming mouse you wont have any issues.
you could buy a naga
Just out of curiosity to those who mentioned Call of duty, how do you make this work with just a mouse, even if said mouse is a razer Naga?
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But BO2 is all about rushing and playing the objective for the game mode (Capturing flags in domination, gett he HQ at Headquarters), do that with no movement and you'll get a score of 200-500 in a match, while the others lay around 3-6k.
Find some fun clicky clicky game, lots of awesome suggestions here!
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When my hand was broken, I finished Gothic 2 (no expansion- hate it) - was awesome. It even forced me to learn a fluid combat style rather than a rushed one with animation interrupts. Turned out to be even better.
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Get Medieval 2: Total War and you will be able to play it for the rest of your life.
And if you get bored of the grand campaign (impossible) there is a MASSIVE modding community.
i still managed to play wow when i fractured my wrist, having a naga certainly helped, although only for short amounts of time, raising the chair up to keep your bad arm level with the keyboard helps!
unfortunately (well...) when I had the fractured wrist I also had a whole load of cracked and broken ribs (well nearly all of them were one or the other) so breathing was hard, so I spent most of the time in bed! was one way to go from the start to at the time current episode of bleach in one go =p
RPG - Baldur's Gate (+sequels). Can be paused at any time. Great game also. Or Planescape/Icewind Dale (same engine).
Turn based strategies - Civ5, Heroes of Might and Magic... Mostly mouse controlled, you can take your time and do things slowly.
Point and click adventures - again, plenty of time to do stuff.
Chess, Minesweeper or other logical games, you could try hidden object / puzzle games as well. It might look stupid, but its kinda fun.
Or you can go out with some friends .
Pretty damn nice turn based strategy tbh.
That aside, i didnt see anyone mention HOARD. You play a dragon and destroy stuff to get gold, while fending of knights and thieves, aswell as kidnapping princesses for ransoms, and much more. Quite fun game, and can be configured to only run with a mouse.
And then theres always "Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive". Its an old game but you can get it from gog.com where they stabilize old games for new systems. Another nice game would be Knights & Merchants, which is an old rts game a bit like settlers.
osu!, rythm clicking game which can be played with either one hand or both hands.
going to add another endorsement to XCOM. You lose nothing (except renaming your soldiers) due to lack of keyboard.
Then I remember the modded / pre-programmed controllers that are sold everywhere now where people can just hold one button to prone from running, shoot a full-auto rate with a semi-auto weapon, and control recoil. Press a button combination, and you can change the fire rate of the weapon.
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