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  1. Recent advances in computational technology have enabled video games to have some graphics. However, graphics is not the end all be all of what makes a game good. There are many games that I like which have terrible graphics, but are still fun. 1. Dwarf Fortress The stereotypical game with terrible graphics but absurd depth, Dwarf Fortress puts you in control of seven alcohol midgets who must survive and thrive in various environments, while overcoming obstacles such as fluid dynamics, hostile wildlife, and their own stupidity. It is in continual development (by a single guy in Wash
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