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Are you into racing games? Because there is a really good one called TrackMania Nations Forever which is free and can be played online as well with people around the world. :)
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Hi there,

I'm not as much of a gamer as I could be, simply because I'm the same as you - too much violence is just a turnoff for me. That said, I really enjoyed Oblivion (just not when those yucky goblins jumped out of nowhere :) ). But the graphics were amazing, and I enjoyed running off and doing quests and taking in all the scenery, visually stunning game.

Portal is also good, but rated M here in Australia (M means 15+) because those funky little white things shoot lasers at you. But the puzzle and logic is just brilliant, really hooks you in.

But my favourites are racing games - TrackMania, as mentioned above, is a simple, fun, and addictive game, although a little basic. Colin McRae: DiRT is simply awesome, really good graphics, sounds, and gameplay. The demo for GRID has me hooked, I can't afford to buy the whole thing just yet, or I would. There are plenty of other sports games that have been done well, like football, basketball, hockey, golf, cricket... I've been wanting to get a nice golf game for a while, but haven't really looked much just yet.

And I love the original Age of Empires, do they count as 3D? Sure it's a war game, but not what I'd rate violent at all.

Or how about Plasma Pong? :)

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www.armorgames.com or www.addictinggames.com ....all the games i ever need....on a slow day i'll lock myself in the server room and act like i earn my keep at work
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have you looked into Peggle. And Zuma? I love that game. :)
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