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    Quote Originally Posted by barackopala View Post
    Scribblenauts is a good example of a game that doesn't require violence to get fun/progress.
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    Journey is a good game that came out this year that in no way whatsoever involves the player harming another player or thing.
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    "Not all of life's problems can be solved with Cthulu. Fortunately, almost all of Scribblenaut's problems can.
    False. Everything can be solved by Cthulhu.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Creamy Flames View Post
    But can you think of any games that are non-violent from genre that are traditionally violent? Like strategy games or first-person games.
    You can get firing range simulators, both first-person and technically an FPS .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creamy Flames View Post
    But can you think of any games that are non-violent from genre that are traditionally violent? Like strategy games or first-person games. Puzzle games and such speaks for itself, most of them are non-violent.
    The Civilization series. You *can* win the game through imperialism, but you can also do so through diplomacy and other non-violent means.


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    It's like Wolfenstein 3D with sheep in place of SS guards and you put them to sleep with food that you shoot from a slingshot.

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    OpenTTD! So good! :P

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    Chess imho

    Edit: Almost forgot, twirling your thumbs yeah

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    Some of my fav none violent games

    Roller coaster tycoon series
    Harvest Moon
    Farm simulator
    Farmville
    The Sims
    Sim city
    Flight Simulator
    Anon 2070
    Spore ( you can goo all the way to the end with zero violence if you REALLY try )

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    Mario and Tetris come to mind. As well as a shit ton of sports games. Pending on what you consider violence...you might not even be able to have games like zelda or metroid on this list. But that's just silly to me, I don't consider those games violent.

    Ooooh and Sonic the Hedgehog

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    mario is a mass murdering game, those poor turtles =(

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    Animal Crossing

  11. #31
    Dishonored can be violent or it can not be. It's actually a harder game non-lethal but you're rewarded if you never kill anyone.

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Duruka View Post
    Can I name more than one?

    Animal Crossing.
    Roller Coaster Tycoon.
    Mario (unless you think jumping on turtles is overly violent).
    Racing and sports games.
    Pokemon, technically.
    Adventure games (Phoenix Wright, Layton, etc).
    Scribblenauts.
    And minecraft...and that is a pretty damned good list to start with, for sure. Hell, you could always play chess.
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    Lemmings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightamethyst View Post
    Tetris

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    You beat me to it

    What do you mean by violence? Amount of blood and gore coming out during killing process? Or necessity to kill anything in game in general?
    Some of my fav none violent games
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    The Sims
    Sim city
    Even in Sims 1 you could "occasionally" (I did on purpose for the lulz) burn the kitchen together with sim, or send sim to water bath and forget about him. Then house would become haunted, and ghosts of sims would torture the living during night. How is it not violent?

    Sim City involves playing with tax system, has options to summon Godzilla and various catastrophes on your city, taking away millions of innocent lives. How is it not violent?

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