I love playing games. Started when I was very young in the arcades, got my Atari 2600 then followed by the C-64, then Commodore Amiga and finally the PC. Lots of entertainment systems as well, was more of a Sega dude back in the days but have all three major systems right now in my apartment.
I started the games blog back in 2005 but had to let it rest for the past few years. I just started writing again and will not stop this time. Some friends help me and contribute regularly to the site. Everything is written in German, but most of the games are English.
I try to review lots of browser games and free games, and throw in occasional video and screenshot posts as well as editorials.
I try to post as many screenshots and English videos as possible, which should be enough to spark the interest of some of you. The free game reviews usually link to English versions of the reviewed games as well, especially if they are browser games.
If you like a mature game site that tries to cover games that not every other games blog under the sun covers, then Gameokratie may be for you. If you are wondering about the name. It is a word play on Games and Demokratie, the German word for democracy.
Some of the latest reviews on the site include the incredible (free) Bela Kovacs and The Trail of Blood point and click adventure, the strategic game Tentacle Wars and the bullets per inch record breaking browser game Bullet Heaven. All solid games that entertain for hours.
Hope to see you there soon. You may also like to chime in and post your top 10 PC games of all times. I did ;)
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