10 Small Games You Can Try Playing on Windows PC.

The PC game size and their graphics are getting increased day by day and for playing games you need a system with good RTX or GTX graphics card but there are many small PC games that you can play without any graphics card. I am listing 10 small PC games that you can try playing.

Viva Mortis

Min requirements: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10, macOS or Linux.

Viva Mortis

If you owned a ZX Spectrum years ago, Viva Mortis is sure to give you a warm feeling of nostalgia, thanks to its Spectrum-style graphics (with or without color clash) and familiar gameplay. It even starts with a faithful rendition of the Spectrum’s loading screen. The game itself is an isometric adventure along the lines of Eighties classic Knight Lore.

Avalanche

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10

Avalanche Game

The aim of this tricky but addictive game is to run your man to the top of a ramp-a task made nearly impossible by the avalanche of bouncing balls and cubes hurting their way down towards you. Use the W, A, S, and D keys to move, and hit the spacebar to jump. There’s no getting up again once you’re been hit - instead, you’ll need to press Enter and start all over again. 


What Never Was

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10 or Mac OS


What Never Was is a highly atmospheric first-person adventure game. You play the role of Sarah, who is tasked with clearing out her grandfather’s attic following his death. There are lots of fascinating items to explore an intriguing but solvable puzzle to tackle, and the story has enough depth to draw you in. The game itself is on the short side, so it doesn’t take long to complete.

Penumbra

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10 macOS or Linux.

Penumbra

Penumbra is a short but very atmospheric first-person exploration game. It starts off on a snowy mountain, from where you quickly descend into an underground maze. In order to progress, you’ll need to pay attention to the clues scattered around and use your timing skills to avoid the giant robotic spider patrolling the ceiling!

Eole

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10

Eole

Eole is described as a “contemplative flying simulation”. The idea of this relaxing game is to fly around the floating island of Eole, taking in the scenic fantasy splendor. The game can be played with either a keyboard and mouse or a flight stick controller, but be warned that it requires a fairly powerful PC due to the high-quality graphics. Chocks away!

By The Lake

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10, macOS or Linux.

By The Lake

This creepy and atmosphere game takes place in a snowbound Russian village, near a lake which has somehow caused the local children to vanish. The aim is to find your way through the village, avoiding the dark forces. By The Lake was developed over an eight-week period and is a fun game to play, if a little rough in places.

Attack on Toys

Min requirement: 7/ 8.1/ 10, macOS or Linux.


Attack on Toys is a third-person shooter containing a mix of real-time strategy elements. The aim is to protect the Green Army base from the invading Tan Army. There are 15 types of toy soldiers and vehicles, two types of tower, six weapons, four maps-including a skirmish on a picnic table-and a multiplayer mode.

Turbo Town

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8.1/ 10

Turbo Town

The aim of Turbo Town is to build and manage a 3D city, planning ahead to balance your resources and make as much profit as possible to feed your narcissistic vision. You design the layout of your metropolis, add buildings and infrastructure, and equip and upgrade it as required. There are more than 30 resources to craft and the games have a detailed tutorial to help get you started.

Chalkboard

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8+/ 10

Chalkboard

Chalkboard is an isometric exploration game inspired by the work of Dutch graphic artist, MC Escher. You can rotate the landscape and walk around the monochrome-sketch environment. Early on in the game, you’ll use to interact with the world, drawing windows, doorways, and other useful objects on blackboards walls to aid your progress.

Hive Time

Min requirement: Windows 7/ 8+/ 10, macOS or Linux.

Hive Time

Hive Time is time management and base-building simulator in which you control and grow a beehive, adding new and different types of cells. The ultimate aim is to produce a new queen before the current one dies, and this entails controlling a number of different bee types as well as overcoming various challenges, such as wasp and fruit-fly attacks. 

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