Wow, my numbers are a lot lower than I would expect. I have to filter out stuff that my kids have artificially inflated: Terraria, Plants vs. Zombies (although I put my fair share of hours into that), VVVVVV (same), and Geometry Dash.
Then my list looks like this:
Pinball FX (75h)
Torchlight (52h) – That was research for work
Invisible Inc (38h)
X-COM: UFO Defense (31h)
Axiom Verge (29h)
Dust: An Elysian Tale (27h)
SpaceChem (24h) – would be lots more if iPad hours were included!
If I had Dawn of Discovery on Steam, you’d see more hours in that than anything else, easily.
That’s like the most personal question I was ever asked :o
Only one I am not ashamed of up there is Desktop Dungeons, 250 hours in Steam, probably as much outside (hurray for their independant cloud saving!).
Well and KSP of course.
I am actually embarrassed to find that I didn’t spend a lot of time in a game! And I am surprised to see that I spent more times on Dungeons of Dredmor than on Spelunky, my all time favourite rogue-like.
Like @robc04 I have quite a few hours in The Witcher 3 (probably around 150 or so at this point). I am meticulous about letting my games run without me playing them though, I enjoy tracking my time played! So these numbers are pretty accurate, or should be.
I’m not proud (double fun, I probably haven’t played TF2 in 3-5 years), and I really miss Global Agenda. The new Overwatch hero Ana reminds me of how fun and unique a poison medic spec was in that game.
LOL yeah, I’ve played (and will continue to play) a lot of Spelunky, honestly it’s probably my favorite little time killer. I can watch Netflix or listen to podcasts or whatever and play Spelunky for hours. I’ve never scored the REALLY big numbers, and I’ve yet to actually beat the 5th world boss (the hidden one) but I’ve tackled him more than a few times and I beat the game proper quite a few times as well. Much love for Splunky here. ;)
It is interesting to look at my list on the higher hours played, and a bit sobering to know that my MOBA or MMO numbers bury the Steam games, but then…
It is downright depressing to look at the number of games with trivial amounts played that I know I scooped up as a “deal” in some sale or another. Oh my lord do I waste money on something that the numbers tell me I don’t even care much about. And this is not just the “back log” argument. These are games that I opened up, played for what in my memory was a period of time, and yet the stats tell me I barely looked at the things.