>show me an irl video of a guy crashing/sliding across pavement after a wipe out without it being violent
>everything about it
>attacking other karts
>setting animals on fire
>hit and run simulator
0/5 try harder
It's the circle of candy, Anon. THE WEAK BECOME PREY FOR THE STRONK.
Yeah I did not think that one through. Actually now that I had more than 10 seconds to think about it, most city building and management games started coming to mind. Change it to Anno or
fucking degenerates. why can't people just be attracted to those of the opposite gender.
does jazzpunk count?
dear esther (yeah that's right I liked it)
I know. It actually tried to be a good game, and it sort of succeeded. The worst part were the "main races, you know those that just had you race in a perfectly round lap for eternity. Otherwise, it was a solid title.
One of those RC car racing games (re-volt).
Even if you dont have arms, you can controll with your chin or something.
Fuck, stephen hawking could probably control it with some sort of ECG probes and some practice.
Sport is violent, especially when someone gets disqualified for hitting another player. Never played those two so I can't say if the games feature it
Because death by incineration and falling into various hazzards isn't violent?
A spy game with no option for violence. You can lie, pretend, use disguises, sneak, whatever, but you're infiltrating the enemy and you must maintain your status, so you can't use violence in any way.
Your objective is not only to merge in unnoticed, but to leave without anyone ever realizing a spy has been there.
Penetrative sex, even with consent, is an act of unspeakable violence.
HOW FUCKING DARE YOU.
In 10 seconds i can't even write them, i'm from a tablet.
>Under the Skin
They are not in order, and they are literally the only ones that pops in my mind right now.
Trauma Team has Freebird fucking suplex a dude and beat the shit out of multiple criminals. There's also the whole murder mysteries bit, and the dude who tries to shoot you. And the bomber. AND all that other shit.
You fools fucking kidding me? If there was someone rolling up the entire city everyone would be dead and everything would be destroyed. But instead its played off as really lightharded. Truly the darkest game of our time.
Caesar 3 puts you literally as a conqueror that builds citizen armies that drive out the native peoples.
Pharao has you building armies.
Zeus has you vanquishing monsters and being bullied by gods and heroes.
Emperor has you fighting the Chinese civil war.
>and as all us libertarians know, taxation is violence
>trans = transformed
>trans woman = transformed woman
>a man transformed into a woman
took me more than 10 seconds, i'll admit
>kerbal space program
and honestly i can't think of anything more, nothing that i liked or is worth mentioning, i could list tetris and bejeweled clones all day but those are practically cheating.
i did contemplate the idea that the grand majority of games feature some form of violence or another, but i think it's more about the conflict than the actual violence.
it's just that violence expresses conflict so well.
>Dream c Club
>AKB 149 love election
>School Idol paradise
>Hatsune miku project diva
Hah this is easy
Top five games without violence or murder?
Where in the USA is Carmen Sandiago.
Space Taxi (at least I think it was called that)
There was a dinosaur game I played once where you had to take photos of dinosaurs in your time machine and get out before the dinosaurs saw you or ran into you. Don't remember the name.
What constitutes "violence"? Are we talking people on people, or are we talking general destuction of any kind? Because if it's the latter, that sounds like a boringly shitty game where nothing ever happens. Conflict is the spice of life, OP.
>SimCity (any of them)
>Game Dev Tycoon
>MS Flight Simulator
>Deus Ex: Pacifist Runthrough
I would say that violence indicates any intent of harm towards another person or animal (counting robots).
For example, in Deus Ex there's probably AI still shooting at you or others no matter how much of a pacifist you are.
And in SimCity can't you summon aliens to kill everyone?
>For example, in Deus Ex there's probably AI still shooting at you or others no matter how much of a pacifist you are.
So? I'm doing no harm. It doesn't matter what the world is already like, it matters what impact you have on it.
>Guitar Hero 2
>Guitar Hero 3
>Guitar Hero 4
>Guitar Hero 5
Zen Pinball 2
That wasn't so hard.
The Legendary Starfy
Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales
I'd say Pushmo and Tearaway and
Rhythm Heaven Fever, and probably some other games like them, but I haven't played them yet.
>There was a dinosaur game I played once where you had to take photos of dinosaurs in your time machine and get out before the dinosaurs saw you or ran into you
Sounds pretty violent to me.
Successfully completing lines/notes destroys the blocks. I have to explain to my child where the boxes went, and then when he comes home covered in gore cheering I GOT A TETRIS AT SCHOOL DADDY! it won't be so non-violent.
The ghosts are the angry spirits of the people (pac-people?) you ate in your digeestive rage. You monster.
Sonic 1-3 (robots aren't living things)
Pac-Man (you only "kill" ghosts)
Gears of war PC
Videogame violence is not real, faggot.
>Transport Tycoon Deluxe
inb4 nuking aliens
>Elite Beat Agents
You know you like it.
Bend over and take it.
I dunno, lighting your employees on fire sounds pretty violent