LeeksEverywhere’s Guilty Pleasure Games

I’m sure I am not alone when I say that I have games in my collection that I am slightly embarrassed to say I have played at one point or another. I guess you could say they are more guilty pleasure games. When I started writing this post I was thinking more around games I […]

via Games I Don’t Tell People I’ve Played — LeeksEverywhere

LeeksEverywhere has a list of games that she usually doesn’t admit to playing. I also have games that I would not tell other gamers I have played. These are mainly PC games from my childhood. You can check out LeeksEveywhere’s list by clicking here!

Disney Games

My first venture into gaming was mainly Disney games. I loved them and enjoyed playing them! They were a lot of fun. My favorite out of all of them was definitely 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue. I would constantly play it on my PC when I was a child and have fond memories of the game!

Movie Games

These were all movie tie-in games that were not owned by Disney. My favorite from this list was Shark Tale. The PC version was so much fun and I remember loving that it had a music dancing video game because I got to listen to new music! I also loved the stealth missions in the game.

Pet Games

I never owned any pets besides fish so I had a ton of PC games dedicated to owning pets instead! I remember Petz 5 the most because I loved playing in the different environments and watching my pets grow up. I also loved that I could pick them up and pet them and give them treats!

Most Recent Guilty Pleasure Game

Nintendogs + Cats for the Nintendo 3DS. I always wanted to play one of these games as a kid, but at the time I did not have a Nintendo DS to play them. Now that I have the Nintendo 3DS, I got the game which now includes cats! I enjoy the game because it’s really cute! My version is the one with the Golden Retriever in it!

Let LeeksEverywhere know what your guilty pleasure games are!

 

 

 

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