This has been a long year at Flattr, and we’ve gotten loads of great content you can support. I’m glad to see all these games out there. Let me present to you;
Top 5 Games of 2011
5. Minecraft is a game this year you can’t have missed. Everyone talks about those blocks. In most cases you pay for the game, but there’s also a free version to play. Either way, this proves that people want to support stuff that is both free and not. [Flattr]
4. Pingus is a classic 2D puzzle game in which you have to guide a group of penguins through dangerous levels to reach an exit. You can accomplish this by assigning different actions to each penguins such as “build a bridge”, “dig a hole” or “redirect other penguins”. Pingus is Free Software and available for Linux, Windows and MacOSX. [Flattr]
3. Frozen Bubble is another popular game with penguins, with colorful 3D rendered penguin animations, 100 levels of 1 player game, hours and hours of 2 player game, nights and nights of 2/3/4/5 plyer game over LAN or Internet, a level-editor, 3 professional quality digital soundtracks, 15 stereo sound effects, 8 unique graphical transition effects, 8 unique logo eye-candies. Simply put, a lot of cool stuff, for free. [Flattr]
2. FreeCiv, (previously on .net) is a Free and Open Source empire-building strategy game inspired by the history of human civilization. The game commences in prehistory and your mission is to lead your tribe from the Stone Age to the Space Age. [Flattr]
1. The Battle for Wesnoth is a turn-based tactical strategy game with a high fantasy theme. There are at least two hundred unit types, sixteen races, six major factions, and hundreds of years of history. This game is huge, and the possibilities seem endless. [Flattr]
More lists are coming, expect them!