It took me a while to realize this was /game/ and not /siberia/ due to the chaotic nature of the OP and dogshit quality of the catalogue
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri
Sid Meier's Alien Crossfire
I assume that the island does not have an internet connection, because if it did I could just call for a rescue. If they are going to be off-line games, I will take Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, Baldur's Gate 2, and Throne of Bhaal. Each new game I start will take about four months to finish, and I will be able to create a new game for every class. It will be several years before I run out of stuff to do. Hamsters and rangers everywhere rejoice!
angry birds star wars
angry birds star wars 2
angry birds space
>if I can use the internet
<any MMO so I can tell people I'm stuck on a fucking desert island and to please come help
>if I can't use the internet
<Mountain Blade Bannerlord
<some other highly moddable RPG
Also do I have a computer and a source of electricity or are these games just keeping me company while I starve to death?
>>21718>any MMO so I can tell people I'm stuck on a fucking desert island and to please come help
Nobody would believe you though lol
>heroes v: tribes of the east
>the binding of isaac: repentance
whichever erotic game takes the most disk space
i can't find something like this for mario
anons, what's the definitive way to play each mario game?
there's so many versions of each one, so many ports and compliations
which one is the best
I think it's wrong to go at this question trying to rank things. If you get three things for sure, it makes sense to think of both quantity and quality of content. So you could plan to have one title not based on being intensely enjoyable to you, but because it has a lot of stuff (Gran Turismo 6 on PS3 got over a thousand cars, for example). There is a cartridge for Nintendo Switch called 51 Worldwide Games (Chess, Mahjong, Mancala, Poker…), would that be cheating? If not, I'll take these two titles, plus some version of Tetris (either a Grand Master arcade machine by Arika or the one for Nintendo Pokémon Mini).
Alternative triplet, all SNES:
Super Mario All-Stars, Kirby Super Star, Unicracers (ahem you probably haven't even heard of it, ahem, ahem)
Alternative triplet, all PS1:
Point Blank, Tekken 3, Power Shovel (with special shovel-thing controller)
Alternative triplet, all Dreamcast:
Street Fighter III: Third Strike, Skies of Arcadia, Le Mans 24 (this one got a real 24-hour racing mode)
I don't want to sound arrogant, but I just blew you all out of the water with my exquisite taste and vast gaming knowledge.