Hey Master Malstrom,
You can actually customize the game menu a bit on your GoG account page.
Specifically, you can “hide” certain games from the bookshelf. The
hidden games can be toggled shown/hidden below on a second bookshelf as
well. To hide games, you first click on a game on the bookshelf. This
makes a sub-menu appear in the bookshelf. At the bottom of this sub-menu
you have several option, including “hide game”. You will need to refresh
the account page for the changes to take effect. The option is indeed
buried in the menus, but it is there! Hope this helps!
Ahh, thanks. I did not know that.
I hid the Treasure Adventure Quest. What a horrible game. I even had to roll back my video drivers just to play it! By the graphics, you’d think it looks fun, but it actually has a modern game design. The game starts off with you stuck in endless cinematic… no joke! These little stick figures won’t shut up. And then when the game finally begins, you can tell it hasn’t been tuned at all. I lost it when the key to call up your inventory is also the key to be used to exit the game. So I hid Treasure Adventure Quest, and I will pretend it doesn’t exist.
Tyrian 2000, though, is just awesome. Did you know that the makers of Tyrian 2000 named one of their spaceship upgrades after me? It is the Malstrom class of spaceship upgrade. Clearly, it is through the mysteries of space and time that they knew I would be playing their game and named their starship upgrade after me.
Time to try out the other free games…