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Posted by Jin Woo Song, 3 January 2017
Download speed is low but some games were what I wanted, and I expect its service will be better.
Posted by Ronnie Roberts, 21 December 2016
Some decent obscure titles. A few of the games had been on my wishlist in other apps for a while and I've just been waiting for a good sale. Hell, here I got them all for $5. This comes with a price though. The OnePlay application is one of the worst I've seen, you have to log in every time you open in, you have to validate your games upon installing, you don't decide where to install the application or the games unless you go into the folder c:\Program Files (x86)\One Play\Resources\gamexxx or whatever and run the install manually. These all seem to be GOG games with a special bootstrap attached.
My biggest gripe so far is that a few games seem to install themselves read-only. I played Fossil Echo for 2 hours the other day, closed out, came back and I had no save. I've repeated this process with several games. This is probably worth $5, but be careful if you're looking at full price, it'll bite you.
Oh, if you love hidden object games buy this immediately, this service would be your paradise.
Posted by Tomas Franco, 25 November 2016
It seems good enough, it has a nice selection and it seems to function as intended.
The UI and some of the back systems could really use some work. I had to shut down my iPv6 protocol to be able to purchase this.
Those issues aside, the download speed for the game I downloaded was good.
Posted by Przemysław , 20 November 2016
very low download speed.
Posted by GDesura , 8 November 2016
To my surprise this is a subscription service. You pay however much a month or a year and you have access to the games in their service. To be honest a lot of it is stuff that is so niche no one has ever heard of outside the cheapest bundles, but they do have the Lego games, Hatred, the Vanishing of Ethan Carter and others. The service is worth getting just for the Lego games. If money is an issue, they have had deep discounts on the yearly service.
So what happens is you get the desktop application, find a game to play in "the dashboard" download the game, install the game and when you play the game it has you verify things. First with a user name and password (even if you're logged into the desktop application). Then it unlocks the game and you start playing. Its pretty simple. I'm still waiting for some horrifying catch considering I've never heard of OnePlay.
Navigating via the desktop application feels a bit slow. Its also odd that you have about menu items that do almost the same thing. The dashboard lets you find games. You download them, then it takes you to my list.... then you really download them where it puts them into my games. I feel like this process can be streamlined. Plus the filters seem to work until the last page of the filters. Filtering five star rated games there are only 16.... out of 2,000+ take that for what its worth.
While I highly recommend the service, just know that you're getting mostly low tier and somewhat older games.
Posted by Lasse Jensen, 17 November 2014