1. Penguin Isle
Highlight: Casual, Relaxing, (Soothing Music)
Penguin Isle is a casual simulation game and perhaps the best if you are looking for a casual time killer. This game’s visuals low key remind me of Disney’s Club Penguin, especially the small island where we spawn before landing on the main island.
It’s a simple simulation game where you can produce new variety of penguins in their different habitats and watch them grow in their Penguin Isle. I didn’t feel at any point that the game is addictive when compared to other games mainly because it’s simple nature.
2. WorldBox- SandBox God Simulator
Highlight: Creative, Adventurous
You can basically create your own world and spawn by merely taping on map a civilization that operates based on your laws which you have control over.
Changing climate, set your own rules, make neighbouring kingdoms fight each other/ make peace, creating different landscapes, habitats, develop human settlements etc.
I tried making a world with normal villagers who have basic needs, you have 4 different types of humans to choose for your civilization who have different aims, habits and needs which in turn decide the how your world operates, hence using different types o human will make your civilization more diverse.
I’d suggest that you try things slowly that can do with your world and make a proper thriving civilization instead of just rushing it.
3. Turboprop Flight Simulator 3D
One of my most recommended Flight Simulator games under 100MB.
You can interact with interiors of the plane in first person mode such as opening doors, getting in/out of the plane, choosing pilot seat. The detailing of the aircraft and its features are much similar to give a feel of flying a real plane.There are multiple maps to fly around on, ways to complete missions to choose from.
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