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1. BIT.TRIP RUNNER
In the fourth part of Bit.Trip series the player controls Commander Video, a small featureless character, as he runs eternally to the right through a pixelated landscape. He jumps and slides to evade dangers, such as giant caterpillars, angry trees or soaring fireballs, and kicks to attack them. He has no hit points, and any hit means you have to restart the level again. Commander Video always runs, the player cannot stop or reverse the movement and is only able to make the character perform certain actions, such as jumps, at the necessary moments.
Commander Video's movements are perfectly synchronized to music. When movements are performed right, new notes are added to the game's chiptune music score. Even pushing an unassigned button will result in playing some musical sounds. The run becomes quicker with time, raising the game's difficulty, but also giving the player more control and influence over the soundtrack. The game's visual style is that of simple and colorful pixel art with a "retro" feel to it. There are three “worlds” in the game, each of them includes eleven levels and ending with a boss fight.
You control everyone's favorite iconic Pac-Man as you navigate through
mazes, eating Power Dots while simultaneously avoiding the devious
Ghosts. Warp from one edge of the maze to the other using the Warp
Tunnels, or eat a Power Pellet to turn the tables and make the Ghosts
vulnerable! In order to clear the stage, you'll need to eat all the
Pac-Dots! See just how far you can get through the stages before losing
all your lives! Fruits, such as cherries and strawberries, will give you
extra points to help you reach the highest score!
This classic game is part of the Virtual Console service, which brings you great games created for consoles such as NES™, Super NES™ and Game Boy™ Advance. We hope you'll enjoy the new features (including off-TV play) that have been added to this title. See more Virtual Console games for Wii U.
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Another puzzle game that uses the corrupted computer from the 1980s as the basis for its gameplay. The game uses the Unity graphics engine and came out on three operating systems: Windows, OS X, and Linux. The game was originally supposed to be dedicated to the programming of nanobots, which are launched into the body of a living person, but the developer opted for a more appealing idea for a setting.
The plot tells a story about the player finding the faulty TIS-100 computer and the manual to it. TIS (Tessellated Intelligence System) is similar to the first computers from the 80s. Each level looks like a 12 program of nodes, located by a grid of 3 to 4. Each node has a processor register, behind which a certain numerical value is hidden. In order to solve the puzzle, the player needs to reprogram the node so that they perform specific actions using a simplified version of the real assembly language. In the version for Steam Early Access, which was released in 2015, 25 levels were available for the completion. Their number reached 50 at a full release. Only a single story campaign is available in the game. The players noted that the game is an excellent exercise for all programmers who want to compete with each other in optimizing the code in a fictional multithread assembler.
Prismata—the gripping debut from Lunarch Studios—radically redefines the strategy genre by combining elements of real-time strategy, card games, and tabletop strategy games to create something entirely new and unique.
Competing against other humans or ruthlessly efficient AI, you'll plan devastating attacks through a series of quick-fire turns. Will you outwit your opponents by striking at the perfect moment? Or will you fall victim to a devious trap?Game Modes
- Campaign: an enthralling 40-mission story-based single player adventure
- Casual Match: play friendly games against other humans or one of 30 different AI personalities
- Combat Training: over 50 hand-crafted puzzles and scenarios dripping with fascinating strategy insights
- Ranked Play: get paired against opponents of similar skill and compete for a spot on the leaderboards
- Custom Games: play bots or friends with fully editable unit pools, time controls, handicaps, AI difficulty, and more
- Expert Challenge: ultra-difficult mission variants for players seeking extreme challenges
- Event Mode: heart-pounding blitz brawl tourneys and crazy mode-of-the-week events with prizes
The StoryHundreds of years in the future, humans have engineered a prosperous new civilization on the distant planet Beacon, where the sun never sets. Meanwhile, the planet's frigid dark side has been colonized by an enigmatic faction of intelligent machines that threaten humanity with conflict.
In these new cybernetic times, human soldiers are obsolete. Instead, warfare is conducted swiftly with massive armies of robots. The Swarmwielders—human commanders of these mechanical forces—are the defenders of society, training relentlessly for the day when the machines strike again. However, when their own robots start to mysteriously malfunction, the humans find themselves endangered by something much closer than the machines lurking beyond the fringe.
- State-of-the-art enemy AI created by Professor David Churchill, winner of the 2013 StarCraft AI competition
- A custom replay browser where you can watch, share, and analyze game replays
- New Prismata units added regularly, each with a unique role and purpose in combat
- 100+ Steam Achievements to unlock
- Real-time spectator mode: watch live matches featuring top players
- Absolutely zero pay-to-win—no card packs to open; all units are free for all players
- Over 500 customizable emotes and 250 awesome unit skins to collect
- No randomness! Your fate is determined by your skill alone
- Over 100 trillion unique gameplay scenarios, each with a different optimal strategy to discover
GameplayIn Prismata, you’ll collect resources, create workers and technologies, assemble an all-conquering army, and trade blows with your opponent until one of you is obliterated. Prismata blends elegant turn-based mechanics with the tactical decision-making elements that are at the heart of real-time strategy games.
Featuring simple and intuitive economic and combat systems, Prismata is incredibly easy to learn. However, no two Prismata matches are ever the same. Every game, players get a new pool of extra buildable units that must be used to their fullest potential. There are always new builds to plan and discover, and new threats to respond to. Each battle is fresh and unique.
Containing no pre-built decks, random advantages, or luck-of-the-draw moments, Prismata’s cat-and-mouse duels celebrate quick-fire tactics, deep thinking, and decisive strategy. Will you execute a perfectly-timed attack, or will you build up a monstrous economy and overpower your opponent with a massive army?Testimonials from supporters and Kickstarter backers:"Almost nothing comes close to achieving this level of polish, depth, and replayability."
- Kevin "qxc" Riley, retired StarCraft pro-gamer and game designer
"Full skill, full focus, no RNG. It is beautiful!"
- Adrian "Lifecoach" Koy, Hearthstone and Gwent professional
"It's so good. I wake up and I'm like 'Yes, I get to play this game again.' I love it."
- Frederick "Freddybabes" Bird, Gwent Challenger, Open, and Slam champion
"I'm over-the-top addicted. Best game I've ever played."
- Mike "Timex" McDonald, poker professional
"A game I have been looking for all my life."
"One of the most intricate, well-thought-out, and best games I have ever played... the first and only game of its unique genre."
"More worthwhile than any other game."
"Truly unique in its ability to refine RTS and card game themes down to the core strategic decisions without the RNG or APM."
"Finally, a card game that removes the ‘luck’ aspect."
"When I start Prismata, it feels like my inner child is opening a bottomless toy box that's always holding something new and exciting."
"I honestly feel like a genius after I play a good game."
"Prismata is very approachable, yet there's always more to learn."
"I'm a filthy casual and I love playing a quick competitive game."
"10/10 strategy game! Phenomenal concept, unlimited replay value."
"Why did I even bother with those other games."
"I feel fortunate to live in the age of Prismata—the best game I've ever played."
"No mortal has 400 real APM. That's why we play Prismata, and leave StarCraft to the demigods."
"If you ever thought you'd be great at StarCraft if only you had the APM, now you can prove it."
"After 3 years and 11,000 games, I'm still innovating new strategies, and I don't expect that to ever stop."
"Prismata is the best thing that ever happened to me."
"It's as good as they say."
5. GabeN: The Final Decision
It's finally time... In the Year 2096, Gabe Newell has finally decided to release his Triple Steam Summer Sale! This sale includes 3 new Valve-made games people have been waiting for for years! Half-Life 3, Portal 3, and Team Fortress 3! When Gabe Newell, also known as Gaben goes to eat lunch, he mysteriously finds his computers sabotaged, and orders a meeting to take place where all Valve Employees must come and investigate the situation. As he is about to leave, his long time co-worker and friend Mike Johnson reveals he saw Robin Walker sneak into Gaben's office and sabotage the games. Although Robin denies it, Mike shows proof of it happening, and Robin finally admits to it... Play as Gabe Newell in his adventure to reveal why his games were destroyed, and reveal a shocking story where Gaben will have to make his final decision... Before it's too late...
Popeye (ポパイ, Popai) is a 1983 arcade platform game developed and released by Nintendo based on the Popeye characters licensed from King Features Syndicate strips and animated shorts. Unlike most platform games, the player cannot jump; the only button is "punch." The game was licensed by Atari for exclusive release in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and featured in an Atari designed and manufactured cabinet. Some sources claim that Ikegami Tsushinki also did design work on Popeye.
The Popeye characters were originally going to be used in the game that later became Donkey Kong. However at that time on the development of the game, Nintendo could not get the licenses to use the characters.
Ben Falls holds the world record score of 3,023,060 earned on December 20, 2011, according to Twin Galaxies International Scoreboard.
The Family Computer (Famicom) saw an educational sequel on November 22, 1983: Popeye no Eigo Asobi, an English teaching game akin to the later Donkey Kong Jr. Math.
Categories in common with Popeye: Action
Shardbound is a Tactical Collectible Card Game. As you play, you’ll collect hundreds of units and build armies to compete head-to-head with other players in matches of cunning and skill. Use positioning, the terrain, and your units’ unique abilities to achieve victory.
In the world of Shardbound, a great land rush has begun: the shards of an ancient, broken world are falling from the sky. You'll establish a Noble House alone or with friends, then head Shardbound to complete objectives and secure riches and fame.
If you’re watching somebody streaming Shardbound on Twitch, their Shardfall will appear in your overworld, giving you access to special Twitch objectives and content generated specifically for their viewers to complete.
Categories in common with Shardbound: Strategy
"Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say." - Edward Snowden
Mainlining is a thrilling point and click hacking adventure that mixes dark and dry humour with a gripping narrative that will have you hooked from the very first case. Following the government's introduction of the BLU Pill Act and the Secret Intelligence Service's reintroduction of MI7, all online personal data is accessible by the powers that be. Mainlining questions techno-ethics and whether it is acceptable for an organisation to have the power to look at personal data. What if someone else got the key to that?
Mainlining and its BLU Pill Act mirrors what's happening in our own world. On November 4th 2015 the The Draft Investigatory Powers Bill was discussed in the British Parliament's House of Commons for the very first time. It’s likely that the bill will be passed sometime in 2016, meaning that domestic mobile and broadband providers will be forced to assist authorities with gathering data and storing it for a year. The police and security services will have access to the top line of the UK’s population browsing history, as well as knowing what apps have been used.
Referred to in the popular media as “the Snooper’s Charter” and opposed by a number of civil and human rights organisations, the Investigatory Powers Bill is positioned to aid security forces in tracking terrorists and serious cyber criminals who use increasingly sophisticated online methods.
Mainlining is a refreshing take on the traditional point and click adventure. The entire game takes place on the simulated desktop of the protagonist’s computer. Assuming the role of a newly recruited MI7 agent and working within the remit of the Blu Pill Act, the player must use their skill, judgement and cunningness to gather evidence by hacking suspects’ computers and phones.
As a MI7 operative your primary objectives are to ensure the perpetrator’s arrest and that the courts have sufficient evidence to hand out the longest custodial sentences possible. However, you’ll also have to make judgements on whether the case you're working on is complete. Move in too quickly and you may miss leads linking your case to much higher profile cyber-criminals. Act too slowly and your suspect may detect you and escape.
In excess of five hundred known criminals are known to operate within your jurisdiction, who will you investigate?
The driving force behind Rebelephant is British-born developer and designer, Sam Read. Highlighted by internationally renowned publication Develop as one of the 30-under-30 to watch out for, Sam has already tasted success as a key member of the HyperSloth team and their critically acclaimed first-person adventure, Dream. Owner of Rebelephant, Sam is responsible for the design, direction and coding of Mainlining.
To fit in with the game's 2009, feel Rebelephant has called upon the artistic talents of Dave Grey who, in his own words, "Makes things with pixels. Like games and stories and things". Dave's previous collaborations include Microsoft and HBO.
Mainlining relies heavily on an energetic narrative that draws the player into the game, blurring the lines between reality and the imaginary world of MI7. Rebelephant wasted no time and called upon one of the best scriptwriters in the business, Canadian novelist Jill Murray. Jill was nominated for Writers Guild Award for Outstanding Video Game Writing for her work on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and won the award for scriptwriting on Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation.
For the final part of the jigsaw Rebelephant has drafted in the sublime audio talents of Jared Emerson-Johnson. BAFTA nominated, Jared's scores include Telltale Games' Sam & Max series, The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, Tales From the Borderlands and Game of Thrones.
9. Moon Colonization Project
Welcome to the Moon Colonization Project, a game about a space mission - to colonizate the Moon!
6 heroes from USSR volunteered to live on the Moon, explore it and settle it!
Explore the Moon, try to survive and save everybody of your crew!
->Build mechanismes and a lot of machines
->Contact with Earth
->Survive and save your crew
Developer: Belarus Games
General developer: Stas Golub
10. SWAT 3: Tactical Game of the Year Edition
Uncompromised duty, honor and valor.
As an LAPD SWAT officer, you must have a deep and abiding reverence for human life and a firm resolve that all possible tactical alternatives be exhausted before employing deadly force. Your fundamental mission is to make Los Angeles a safe haven for all law-abiding citizens, while keeping the men under your command free from harm.
The Tactical Game of the Year Edition also includes a special Tactics footage shot on location at the famous Blackwater Training Center. Learn about SWAT tactics, history, training and more…all provided by actual SWAT officers.
- Authentic SWAT tactics, gear, and weapons with true-to-life ballistics
- 27 intense missions set in real L.A. locations including the sewer system, the Convention Center, and even the LAX airport
- Adaptive A.I. ensure that you’ll never play any scenario the same way twice
11. Breakout (1976)
Breakout is an arcade game developed and published by Atari, Inc., released on May 13, 1976. It was conceptualized by Nolan Bushnell and Steve Bristow, influenced by the 1972 Atari arcade game Pong, and built by Steve Wozniak aided by Steve Jobs. The game was ported to multiple platforms and upgraded to video games such as Super Breakout. In addition, Breakout was the basis and inspiration for certain aspects of the Apple II personal computer.
In the game, a layer of bricks lines the top third of the screen. A ball travels across the screen, bouncing off the top and side walls of the screen. When a brick is hit, the ball bounces away and the brick is destroyed. The player loses a turn when the ball touches the bottom of the screen. To prevent this from happening, the player has a movable paddle to bounce the ball upward, keeping it in play.
Categories in common with Breakout (1976): Arcade
12. Planet Stronghold
Planet Stronghold is a sci-fi role-playing game with a turn-based combat system.
You take the role of a young, new recruit that somehow gets assigned to the most well-known, and well-defended, human outpost in the whole galaxy: Planet Stronghold.
As the story goes on, you'll have to choose a side in a a war that will change the destiny of the planet, and of humankind, forever.
Featuring old-school turn based tactical battles, a dynamic plot that changes based on your choices, several possible solutions to each situation using various non-combat skills, Planet Stronghold delivers a very high replayability!
- Play as male or female, six characters to date including homosexual romance
- Four classes, many quests, dynamic plot for high replayability
- Old school RPG turn-based gameplay with many stats and items
- Over 40 unique enemies to fight including some "boss fights"
- Use non-combat skills like Explosives, Science, Sneak
- Craft over 80 extra weapons and armors
- Downloadable Soundtrack and Official Strategy GuideOther games by Winter WolvesAlso available from Winter Wolves, Loren The Amazon Princess, a turn based fantasy RPG!Useful linksWinter Wolves Official Site (find all the games made by us, also available for mobile platforms)
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Winter Wolves Forums (join it to receive help and info about the games)
DX-Ball is an arcade game developed by Longbow Digital Arts and Michael P. Welch. It came out on 01-01-1996. Longbow Digital Arts published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
You can play DX-Ball on Commodore / Amiga and PC.
Categories in common with DX-Ball: Arcade
iO is a physics platformer in which you control a ball. By growing or shrinking the ball you can influence its speed and weight. Use these mechanics to gain momentum and make your way through the levels. Toy with the laws of physics, solve the puzzles and reach the exit as quickly as possible. Can you win the gold medal in all levels?Features:
- 225 challenging levels to solve, including the extra tough Impossiball Levels.
- Crafty mechanics like inversed gravity, portals, tricycles and movable objects.
- Leaderboards in all levels to race against your friends and other iO players.
- Bronze, Silver and Gold medals to earn.
- Dual Stick controller support.
16. Starward Rogue
- Roguelite catacombs that evolve and expand with each of your successes.
- Hundreds of items, enemies and rooms, and dozens of epic boss fights.
- Fully playable with keyboard+mouse or gamepad.
- 5 difficulty levels range from "Relatively Easy" to "Nigh Impossible."
- Play as a "head in a mech" harvested from the neck of everyone's favorite Hydral.
- Find secrets of The Megalith, a giant structure lodged in a star, as you lose many heads.
- Figure out what happened to Rodney, an AI redshirt of uncertain motives.
- Over-the-top mod support. Detailed wiki: create enemies, items, weapons, and rooms.
- Secrets! Among them "incredibilities" that massively change the way the game plays.
- Varied mech suits: dipole magnetism, time control, and more.
- Upgrade during each "run" via EXP/Perks, shops, and items found while exploring.
17. Orange Moon
Orange Moon is a surreal 2D action-platformer with RPG elements and complex puzzles. Take on the role of an explorer as you discover the mysterious world of Orange Moon – filled with hostile native life forms and harsh, treacherous environments. To increase your chances of survival, choose from a variety of weapons, equipment, and upgrades to aid your dangerous exploration. Can you uncover all of Orange Moon’s secrets?
- Explore a mysterious world filled with hostile life forms.
- Survive by acquiring and utilizing an array of unique weapons, equipment, ammunition, and upgrades.
- Solve complex puzzles to successfully uncover the secrets surrounding you.
- Fight bizarre enemies – from carnivorous plants to deadly biomechanoids – and defeat fearsome bosses.
- Overcome harsh and treacherous environments with obstacles such as acid swamps, toxic clouds, and deep craters.
18. Space Distant
Distant Space are present the arcade game of cosmic fights in arcade style of the 80's, this is a game where you can control the spaceship and forced to destroy extraterrestrials, which are moving in the certain order.
26 unique levels, fights against bosses and ear candy music of that era emphasize style of the Space Distant game.
19. Bad Bots
As Sam McRae, last surviving member of the “Titan Hauler” crew, you must hack and blast your way through an onslaught of truly bad 'bots to find a way to prevent a potential planet-destroying catastrophe. The mystery of what happened to everyone while you were in cryostasis unfolds around you as you wade through the bodies of your fallen shipmates, unloading round after round into your relentless automaton attackers.
- Explore 170 danger-filled rooms throughout the ship including the Evacuation Bay, Mechanical Shafts and Robot Workshops while the rich sci-fi story unfolds in the Campaign Mode.
- Engage in combat against more than 2000 deranged robots comprised of several unique types, all programmed to kill you.
- Face off against 7 deadly bosses, each with distinctive attacks including the fire spewing Flamebot, electrified Orbs, the lethal grip of the Spider and Jack Hammer’s brutal pistons
- Defend yourself with 8 robot bustin' weapons including your trusty Axe, Rifle, Shotgun, explosive Grenade Launcher, Pulsar Gun and more.
- Try to survive 60 seconds against an endless onslaught of especially persistent and cranky gun-toting, knife wielding robots in 3 unique rooms in Challenge Mode.
- Earn 14 challenging Achievements including “Run Amok,” “Top Dog” and “Reaper’s Friend.”
- Enjoy full Controller and Steam Big Picture support so you can partake in all the ‘bot slayin’ goodness from the comforts of your couch.
Interstellaria is a real time space-exploration sim and crew management game.
Command a fleet of vessels wandering the galaxy for adventure and profit! You’ll be forced to make tough decisions as you face hostile starships, crippling space anomalies, and intriguing aliens. When your fleet faces certain doom, should you direct your crew to make critical repairs, or report to their stations and boost your fleet?
Land your flagship on an alien world, allowing your crew to gather valuable resources for you— but be sure to equip them with powerful armor and weapons! It’s a dangerous universe out there, and although many helpful creatures will trade or share valuable information with you, many more will attack on sight!Features
- Tactical crew management. Direct crewmen to put out fires, or repair damaged equipment. Posting them to their station boosts your fleet's speed and combat abilities.
- Customize your ship with helpful stations. Allocate power to important systems or simply outfit your ship with lasers and put all power into weapons!
- Your crew eats, sleeps, and needs entertainment. Each one develops unique traits throughout the game that help or hurt the mission. Various outfits and weapons can be found to customize them further.
- Fleet-based combat. Instead of controlling a single ship, you control multiple ships each with their own crew.
- Fully explorable galaxy, no areas are off limits. Each region has unique ships, aliens, and mysteries to find.
- Land your ships on planets! Each world is a new experience and has special rewards for you and your crew.
- Featuring an all-original soundtrack from the incredibly popular chiptune musician Chipzel.
21. SpyParty (2017)
SpyParty is a competitive espionage game about human behavior, performance, perception, and deception. While most spy games have you machine-gunning stuff, blowing things up, and driving fast, SpyParty has you hide in plain sight, blend into a high-society cocktail party, deceive your opponent, and detect subtle behavioral tells to achieve your objectives and not get shot. Finally you can be like the suave and confident spies you find in films or books, risking it all by doing the final mission right in front of the sniper as the clock runs out! There are plenty of games that explore being a super-powered commando with an infinite supply of ammunition and no brains; SpyParty is a new and quite different game about the more interesting, deeper, and more subtle aspects of being a spy.
The current main gameplay mode is 1v1 Spy versus Sniper online multiplayer, although there is limited single-player Sniper play right now, and a single player Spy and Sniper practice mode for trying out missions and whatnot.
See the SpyParty Steam Discussions for an FAQ and links to more information.
You are a novice magician at the end of his studies. During a course on the opening of doors at the temple of the Great Wizard, you have clumsily cause the disappearance of all the phials and scrolls that he had so carefully classified over many years.
Needless to say, the rage of the Very Great Wizard is as big as your chances of failing the final exam. Therefore, if you want to obtain your magician's diploma someday, you will have to recover the majority of the scattered phials and scrolls...
This will not be easy because they have been thrown into parallel worlds dominated by unscrupulous gods, jealous of the magician's power.
Despite his intense anger, the Immense Wizard will allow you to use the potions contained in the phials or the magic words inscribed on the scrolls to defend yourself. Then, he will follow you throughout your whole adventure thanks to his crystal ball, and he will use his limitless power to transport you from one world to another and to give you life again should the circumstances prove to be fatal.
Nevertheless, his patience is so much limited than his powers. That is why he will only give you life twice after which you will be open to his most dreadful punishment.
23. Dungeon Warfare 2
Dungeon Warfare 2 is the definitive sequel to Dungeon Warfare, a challenging tower defense strategy game where you become a dungeon lord to defend your dungeons with the deadliest of traps and insidious contraptions against greedy adventurers and wannabe heroes.Game Features
- Physics-enabled tower defense mayhem
- 32 unique traps with 8 unique traits for each trap
- More than 30 unique enemies, each with a special trait
- More than 60 handcrafted levels + an infinite number of procedurally generated dungeons
- 5+ boss battles
- Progression with experience providing passive upgrades for the traps as well as skill points
- Three skill trees with 11 skills on each tree
- Equipment system with more than 30 unique items
- Mix your own difficulty by combining difficulty mode runes for more challenge & reward
- Endless mode
- Environmental Hazards
24. Hyper Sentinel
A face-melting, pixel-pumping arcade shoot 'em up featuring awesome power-ups, epic boss battles and spectacular effects at a blistering 60fps. Blast into battle against giant space destroyers in Arcade Mode, tackle endless waves of enemies in Survival Mode, face off against epic level guardians in Boss Run mode, and experience the world's first interactive livestream arcade game in Mixer Mode.
Experience the world's first MixPlay arcade game!
Created in collaboration with Microsoft Mixer, the pioneering Mixer Mode allows viewers of your live-stream to interact in real-time, launching enemies, asteroids, rockets and power-ups into the game at the click of the button in order to attack or assist the streamer.
25. Quick Slick Deadly
Word of Caution:
- Quick Slick Deadly is designed to be played with a mouse. If you are not comfortable with using a mouse for skillful play, you will most likely not enjoy this game.
- Quick Slick Deadly is all about learning the game's mechanics and mastering them for reaching high scores. Compared to other Shoot 'em Ups, the mechanics are plenty. They are explained via short text+voice messages at the start of every mission. It is essential to pay attention to these pieces of information, or else you will not understand how to play. If you do not have the patience for this, this game is not for you.
Fly through space and overcome a variety of enemies and obstacles as one of three different classes.
As the Fighter, you'll fire a weapon that although very weak covers an increasingly larger area if you continue to destroy your enemies. You'll also be able to copy the attacks of your enemies by destroying three of a kind in a row!
As the Survivor, you'll gain energy by daring to get close to enemy attacks. You could use this energy to either block attacks or wait for maximum energy to perform a screen-filling attack. If you manage to reach a high speed, your ship enters ghost-mode and becomes invincible!
As the Trickster, you'll be able to perform various risky maneuvers to unleash powerful attacks. Wield a boomerang that is deadly to your enemies but takes away your control over your ship. Use energy to inflict great damage that returns enemy attack damage right back at them! If you have enough speed you'll be able to destroy your foes by simply crashing into them!
Learn to master Quick Slick Deadly through step-by-step missions and then show off the hardcore gamer within you with your perfected high-scores and excellent completion times. Are you ready to face a challenge?
For more information, check out the in-depth guide at: http://cdn.akamai.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/399270/manuals/In-Depth_Guide_to_Quick_Slick_Deadly.pdf?t=1450297586
- Play as three completely different classes: Fighter; Survivor; and Trickster.
- Probably the only scrolling shooter where the scrolling speed of the screen is not fixed, but can be manipulated by the player, adding the possibility to do time trials besides the usual score hunting.
- While mostly side-scrolling, the view occasionally switches to top-view to enable more interesting gameplay situations.
- It’s not all about shooting, but also about maneuvering. The various environmental hazards underline this feature, which are not only deadly to you, but also to your enemies.
Catch the celebrity.
Avoid the paparazzi.
Paparazzi is a local multiplayer game of cat-and-mouse. The celebrity runs, dashes, and hides while the paparazzi tries to take constant photos of them. It's a simple yet competitive arcade-action game with a Where's Waldo feel. It's a test of focus and reflexes and a silly take on celebrity culture.
Each match is a tug-of-war battle between a celebrity (battling for dignity) and a paparazzo (battling for money). When the paparazzo player takes a picture of the celebrity, the paparazzo gains money while the celebrity loses dignity. If the celebrity collects an adoring fan, they regain a chunk of their dignity. At the end of each round, when the celebrity reaches the limo, the winner is the player that has more dignity or money!
Matches can be played multiplayer, with one celebrity player and one paparazzo, or single player as celebrity vs. a paparazzo AI.
NOTE: This game was intended to played with your friends! We've got a single player mode for you to hone your celebrity skills, but the intent of the game is to bring friends together in fun competition!
The game also supports Xbox 360 controller, which is the preferred way to play celebrity!
The game contains:
- Six unique levels
- Seven silly characters
- Four celebrity powerups
- A big handful of dumb jokes
27. One Deck Dungeon
Adventure calls... but you don't always have time to spend hours optimizing your character sheet or managing your inventory! One Deck Dungeon lets you jump right in to bashing down doors, rolling dice, and squashing baddies with style. Get a full roguelike game experience, boiled down to its essence, and captured in a single deck of cards and a handful of dice!
One Deck Dungeon is a dungeon crawling adventure game for one or two players. Each time you play, choose one or two of these 5 brave heroes:
- Mage - There's rarely a problem in the dungeon she can't solve with a spell.
- Warrior - Her favorite dungeon activity is squashing her opponents immediately.
- Rogue - Watch in awe as she dispatches monsters with style.
- Archer - Accurate, brilliant, catastrophically deadly.
- Paladin - She seeks out danger and shields her allies from deadly enemies.
After every game, your heroes make progress toward unlocking up to 15 new talents, building up their power for future games.
There are 5 dangerous challenges to face:
- Dragon’s Cave - The thick-skinned wyvern who occupies this dungeon prefers her heroes on the crispy side.
- Yeti’s Cavern - If you can survive the freezing winds and biting cold, an abominable snowman awaits.
- Hydra’s Reef - Chop off one head, and another appears! This regenerating venomous monstrosity is a slippery foe.
- Lich’s Tomb - Hordes of undead foes, evil curses, and magical wards. What could possibly go wrong?
- Minotaur’s Maze - Abandon all hope, ye who enter here!
The Forest of Shadows expansion doubles the content in the game and is available as downloadable content via Steam. It features adventures in all-new lush yet deadly locales. A vast network of mossy underground tunnels and connected forest areas await your heroes!
- 5 new heroes - Alchemist, Druid, Hunter, Slayer, & Warden
- 5 new dungeons - Lair of Indrax, The Mudlands, Realm of Venom, Smoldering Ruins, & The Vile Roots
- A complete new 44-card encounter deck
- Additional progression focuses, basic skills, potions, & more!
Individual expansion cards are available as downloadable content via Steam:
- Caliana - This faerie has decided that dungeoneering looks fun! Don't let her get bored...
- Fanatic - A righteous Sentinel is here to smite evil wherever it may lurk!
- Witch - Her chaotic magic hammer is ready to smash glooping oozes into glooping puddles!
- Cinder Plains - The Hellhound awaits those reckless enough to venture here...
- Phoenix's Den - Only the bravest heroes can handle the heat!
Once you know your way around the dungeon, a game takes about 15 minutes. It might take a little longer if you're learning, or a lot shorter if you jump into a pit of spikes.Warning: do not jump into a pit of spikes.
HELLO! Would it be impolite if I were to nom on your armor and weapons? That shiny metal looks oh so delicious. Oh --pardon me, how rude of me not to introduce myself! I am Glooping Ooze, one of the many extremely polite denizens of the dungeons in this area. I even have my own card:
Like all cards in One Deck Dungeon, mine is full of colored boxes, and HEY! What's the idea with all those arrows. Ugh, adventurers. So rude. So very very rude. I suppose you're rolling all your dice, attempting to fill in as many boxes as possible. For every one you don't fill, I'm going to make you pay for this arrow nonsense, in hearts and time! Precious time!
If you manage to get past me somehow, you'll be able to take Armor Crush as a skill, or add that magic icon on the left to your stats, or take the three experience lanterns in the upper-right.
Despite your arrowful attitude, I welcome you to the world of One Deck Dungeon. Adventure awaits!
One Deck Dungeon is an officially licensed product of “One Deck Dungeon” from Asmadi Games.
28. Night of Terror
PLOTYour brother is in danger.
And you need to save him!
Solve puzzles, unlock doors, put the pieces together and find the truth!
Question is... are you ready for it?FEATURES
- Story Driven - This game is all about telling a story! There are no combat mechanics, however there is conflict within the game that you must resolve with other means.
- Linear Gameplay - While you are free to explore each level within its boundaries, Night of Terror offers a linear experience throughout its playthrough.
- Puzzling - A variety of obstacles and riddles which challenge players while complementing the game's narrative.
- Horrific - Don't forget that Night of Terror is a horror game, explore the levels for detailed sub-plot that will send shivers down your spine!
- Art Style - If you like retro RPGs, or any other RPGMaker game you will enjoy a pleasent visual experience with Night of Terror since it follows the same art style.
- Gameplay Time - Estimated anywhere between thirty to sixty minutes.
*Fully customizable keyboard input.
**Tested with the XBox One controller.
Play with other people online! Can you become the fastest racecar?
Your racecar turns in sharp angles. It creates a trail which follows you and can be used to destroy other cars. Collect fuel to increase your score and speed.
Download now and start racing!
30. STAR GUARD
GUIDE THE ASTRONAUT THROUGH THE CASTLE AND DEFEAT THE WIZARD
STAR GUARD is a minimalist platformer. when the first seeds of the idea were planted, i went through a strange period of time during which i repeatedly searched the internet for it, simultaneously knowing it didn't exist.
i began STAR GUARD as a student. a labor of love, i worked on it around my schoolwork over a period of 16 months, and released the game in 2009. STAR GUARD was selected as an IGF design finalist in 2010.
STAR GUARD has a rather different focus than much of what i'm making today; it's a much more goal oriented, traditional project. that said, i still have a lot of love for it, and think it's an interesting reference point in terms of my current body of work.
Categories in common with STAR GUARD: Action
31. Trivia Vault: Golf Trivia
Welcome to the Trivia Vault contestant! Play as a contestant in a gameshow called Trivia Vault Golf Trivia and bring your thinking hat. Answer golf trivia questions as quickly as you can, the faster you answer the higher the cash value. Correct answers lock in the digit code for the vault, 10 correct answers cracks the vault and awards bonus cash. Track your progress and aim for higher scores to accomplish higher ranks. Challenge yourself to beat your high score by playing multiple times and completing all 25 levels with a total of 250 unique trivia questions.
3 Codebreaker Lifelines
25 Vaults to Crack(levels)
250 Unique Trivia Questions
Timer Based Questions
Obtain Cash Multipliers Based on Correct Answers in a Level
3 Ranks of Accomplishment per Level
32. Zenethics Lab: Outbreak
You wake up in the middle of the night and your girlfriend isn't by your side. In fact she hasn't responded to your messages since she left for work in the morning. You are worried and decide to go look for her at the lab she's working.Gameplay
- A mix of hack'n slash and third person shooter
- View frop top of the scene
- Die and retry : each game will provide you points that you can use to empower you and allow you to go further in the next try
- Endless mode : once you finish most of the story you will unlock endless mode where you will encounter empowered enemies in random generated levels
- Race mode : once you finish most of tyhe story you will unlock race mode were you will have to complete levels from the campain and specials ones as fast as you can
- Story mode of 40 levels + 6 shortcuts
- Random generated levels after level 15
- Specific levels for Endless and Race modes
- Choose between 60 perks including 20 weapons to unlock
- 13 types of monsters including 4 bosses
- Combo system and adrenaline bar
- Light/shadow mechanics allowing deeper immersion in the game
- Full controller support
33. Safe House
In Safe House, step into a top-secret spy headquarters situated in the fictional African nation of Kazataire. As the Safe House manager, you must build and upgrade the rooms – which will grant you new abilities and operations. You’ll also be tasked with generating revenue each day by completing various espionage activities ranging from breaking codes to forging IDs.
But secret agents don’t work alone. As a behind-the scenes director of a shadowy political conflict, you will recruit, train, and deploy spies and soldiers, shaping the events of the game’s non-linear story. Will you complete your mission – regardless of the cost? Can your allegiances be bought and sold? In the shadows, it's difficult to tell friend from foe.
- Run, construct, and manage your own top-secret spy headquarters.
- Devise and solve a variety of spy-themed puzzles – such as decoding scrambled messages, forging documents, and exchanging secret phrases.
- Embark on a non-linear story campaign and unlock multiple endings dependent on player choice.
- Play your way in ‘Endless’ mode.
- Immerse yourself in a retro art style that evokes classic spy films of the ‘60s.
34. Golden Hornet
Golden Hornet is a retro style twin-stick shooter inspired by 'Choplifter', 'Fort Apocalypse', and Stern Electronics' arcade game 'Rescue'. Become a pilot of the multipurpose helicopter 'Golden Hornet' — rescue hostages and destroy enemy outposts.StoryThere was a country called Videl, divided into North and South after their first civil war. And still, there was a lot of conflict between them.
On May 26th, 2020, as the North Videl began to invade in the dawn, the Second Videl War broke out. To fight against the North Videl army, the Golden Hornet — the South Videl's most advanced multipurpose helicopter — was put into operation.
Being piloted by two elite chopper pilots; the mission of the Golden Hornet is to save the prisoners of war, and destroy the enemy outposts.Gamemodes
Explore the level, save the hostages and destroy all enemy targets. There are 8 chapters in total, and each chapter consists of 3 levels.
Endless rescue misson. Save as many hostages as possible, and get the highest score you can achieve. Supports online leaderboard.
Think, Roll, Match, Survive!InnerCube is an action-puzzle game, where you control a multi-colored cube using the keyboard to navigate around a grid. Capture colored tiles by rolling the identical color on the cube on top of a tile.
Choose from two different modes: a challenging Puzzle Mode where every move counts or a fast and frantic Survival Mode!
- How long can you survive?
- 100+ Puzzle Levels and 7 Sectors.
- Unlock new levels, Gold Status and Perfect Status in Puzzle Mode.
- Solve Puzzle levels by collecting color tiles.
- 105 levels of mind bending action.
- Earn Gold status by completing a level under the target number of moves; earn Perfect status by completing a level in the minimum number of moves possible.
- Score as many points as you can before getting trapped!
- Collect bombs to get yourself out of trouble.
- Capture tiles in quick succession for huge combo bonuses!
- 30 different score rankings.
36. The Journeyman Project 1: Pegasus Prime
Return to the spectacular origin of the acclaimed Journeyman Project series in this specially enhanced edition. Get primed for time travel as Agent 5, in a desperate mission to stop a mysterious terrorist behind a series of ‘rips’ in the time-space continuum. Immerse yourself in a series of amazing worlds, encountering fascinating challenges and characters along your way. It’s a non-linear race against the clock to stop the deadly temporal distortion waves before you — and your world along with it — become history!
- Features all the rich worlds from the original award-winning adventure game, expanded with upgraded graphics and seamlessly integrated with full-motion video.
- Dozens of puzzles and challenges with adjustable difficulty settings and assistance from online artificial intelligence at your disposal.
- Incorporates "lost features" from the unreleased PlayStation version.
- Immersive gameplay, fascinating characters, and a remastered soundtrack provide a dynamic experience.
37. Extreme Real Reality HD Remix
Join Carlo as he struggles against himself and the world he thought he knew. On his journey Carlo will encounter people from all walks of life but the real person he is looking for is himself. What will Carlo become?
Blending elements from classic game genres such as 2D side scrollers, point and click adventures, and top down shooters you'll be transported into the world of Extreme Real Reality HD Remix where every level is a new adventure!
Note: Game may not contain HD graphics
- Hand drawn graphics
- Original soundtrack
- Unforgiving retro style game play
- Quirky black comedy
38. Stunt Island
Fly it! Film it! Edit it!
Stunt Island sets the new standard for simulations, combining a first-rate flight simulator with an extraordinary Hollywood film-making module. Play Stunt Island as a campaign, where you compete 32 challenging stunt flying assignments. Or let your imagination run wild as you create your own action-packed films!
Stunt Island was developed with the assistance of top Hollywood producers, stunt coordinators, set designers and pilots. It's the only flight simulator offering you a "crash course" on Hollywood!
• Do things you've never done before with a flight simulator - land on moving trains, play "chicken" with a truck on a crowded street, or pluck an escaping convict off a tower on Alcatraz Island.
• Choose any of 45 carefully crafted military and civilian aircraft, beautifully rendered with Gouraud shading.
• Fly in the stunt competition, or create and fly your own stunts.
• Position up to 8 cameras to capture all the action. Place cameras on moving cars or even in a spotter place, using your pan and zoom to stay right with the scene.
• Choose the location. Stunt Island is a huge self-contained 3-D world featuring 34 pre-built sets (large cities, small towns, a castle, LAX, a canyon, and more). Or build your own set from an inventory of more than 800 objects, famous landmarks and vehicles.
• Set vehicles in motion, trigger explosions, fire missiles... you have complete control over all the action.
• With film footage in hand, head for the editing facility, where you'll cut and splice the best camera angles into your action-packed film.
• Add music, sound, optical effects, credits, even your own voice-over (requires a compatible sound card).
• Existing stunts come with an auto edit feature to help you learn the ropes.
• Then, set the date for your Hollywood premiere!
39. miniLAW: Ministry of Law
In miniLAW, you take the role of a Constable, an elite officer of the Ministry of Law.
Roam the dystopian future city of New Babel, Mankind's Last Hope, in search of crimes in progress.
Use lethal weapons, non-lethal force, and diplomacy to take down bad guys.
Successfully apprehending criminal elements grants you Requisition Points that you may use to purchase gear or upgrade modules from your superiors at miniFACT to improve the various abilities of the powered exo-frame bolted to your skeleton. Overclock your various combat abilities to perform superhuman feats as a matter of course.
40. Dot to Dot Puzzles
Dot To Dot Puzzles for Adults is an amusing and relaxing game for young and mature people with an amazing world of complex drawings and diverse themes. Discover what is hidden behind, connecting dots orderly. Once puzzle is solved, pictures can be customized, changing lines colors. Images to draw by connecting the dots are classified into tags as Art, Monuments, Landscapes, Mandalas, Animals, Vehicles and Sports among others.
- 75+ hours of playtime! ( * Premium DLC owners )
- Includes wide variety of drawings from 100 to more than 7000 dots.
- Watch animation of your finished puzzle.
- The content will be updated periodically to have new images to connect the dots.
- Access all Premium content with the Lifetime Premium Pack
- Stars reward system with exclusive content. Each resolved dot becomes a star.
- Boost your stars & hints with the Lifetime Booster Pack.
- Stars are used to unlock exclusive Premium and Star images.
- Button to access advanced color system. It has two color modes
- Total Color Mode: allows you to change color of whole pic, both during puzzle game and in final image.
- Line Color Mode: by default and exclusive in finished pictures, allows to individually edit the color for each lines group.
- Customized colors in Line Mode will be lost when changing color in Total Mode
- It has a button to activate inverted appearance on the screen, black on a white background.
- Button with fast zoom in and zoom out, or press Z key.
- Local zoom, magnifying effect, to activate, click on right mouse button, or press M key.
- Creative, anti-stress and relaxing activity.
- Share your creations on social networks.
- Spacebar: move mouse over a dot and perform a click with spacebar
- Z: fast zoom in & zoom out
- M: magnifier on / off
- H: hide and show toolbar
- WASD or Arrow keys: move around
- Esc : Exit
41. Emerge: Cities of the Apocalypse
Emerge: Cities of the Apocalypse places players in a dystopian world filled with zombies and mutated creatures. Once glorious cities now stand in ruins, as the few remaining humans now live as scavengers, bereft of any organisation or hope.
But not any more! Choose a character and embark on an epic quest to restore civilization and eradicate the undead threat!
- EXPLORE AND EXPAND: Restore derelict metropolises, one turn at a time! How will you spend your Action Points this turn? Will you scout a nearby sector, then clean your weapons and check out a new recruit? Or will you patch the hole in your defenses and then blindly move into unexplored territory?
- REDISCOVER LOST TECH: Plot your course over an expansive, multi-branched research tree! Bring forth scientific marvels, or start a second industrial revolution! Or perhaps, build a strong economy and make powerful alliances with merchants and mercenaries!
- MANAGE YOUR TEAM: Choose your character class and find or recruit survivors. Gain experience and improve your team's skills and equipment. Find and buy tons of weapons, mods and usable items! But beware, for fighting the undead can be deadly...
- BUILD AND FORTIFY: The Apocalypse has ravaged cities' infrastructure, and it's up to you to restore them. Construct improvements in captured sectors to empower your cause. Produce automated defenses to help you weaken or eliminate invading undead armies!
- FIGHT THE UNDEAD ARMIES: As turns pass, more dangerous undead appear. From acid-spitting zombies to undead, armored soldiers, there are no limits to the horrors you will face. Set your snipers to aim for the head, have a bunch of grenades ready, and pray they don't reach your barricade in numbers!
- UNLOCK THE FUTURE: Relieve the world from undeath in campaign or skirmish mode! Meet mysterious survivors and determine the outcome of random events! Unlock new areas, enemies, classes, bonuses and challenges and lots of extra content as you play!
42. Nautical Life
Welcome aboard to the world of Nautical Life! Come and enjoy an unique experience of a Tycoon with RPG game! Here you can buy your dream yacht and customize the interior for all tastes furniture. Watch the cycle of the day and the night affecting the landscape and the fishing.
Sail around the world to fish all the variables fishes and get rich!
- 13 yachts completely unique.
- More than 100 furniture to customize your yacht.
- 50 different species of fishes to get.
- Fish have different rarities.
- Day and night cycle, which influences the appearance of fish species.
- Countless missions around the world.
- Show your friends how your yacht looks like.
- Manage fishing boats to raise your wealth.
- 9 fishing rods with different attributes.
- Many itens to help you fishing.
- Have fun betting on South Shore Casino!
Come to sail around the wonderful world of Nautical Life!
43. Royal Casino: Video Poker
Presenting you: a magnificent virtual poker game. Use your wits and perception to set new records, casually compete with friends and become the ultimate king of poker!
- An exciting, intense card game
- Captivating visuals
- The good old rules of classic video poker games
- Ratings Table: become the best amongst your friends
- Various achievements for you to collect
- Support for all major platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux, SteamOS)
If you have never played poker before and do not know the rules - a whole new opportunity is avaible for you. It's time to master this useful, and possibly very profitable skill! You might have seen some footage on professional tournaments in which some pensive, frowning guys glare at each other, sitting at the card tables, nervously trying to anticipate what their rivals will do next, accompanied by gorgeous female models. They are playing poker. You may become one of them, and with the help of this game you will get to experience how a real professional plays. Set new records and rise to the top!
44. Stickman Safe and Destroy
Stickman Safe and Destroy is an epic game where you need to use different methods to destroy the stickman. Collect as many points as possible and open up more sophisticated ways and zones of destruction. This is a simulation of the destroy stickman with ragdoll physics dismount. Stickman performs various tricks and somersaults, strikes against the walls and breaks into small pieces. Destroy the stickman and have fun!
Sift heads specify the strength of the effect on the stickman dismount. See how physics acts on it, destroying everything around stick. The complexity and ways to destroy the stickman increase with each new open level. Open all the levels and be the first in the high scores table killing games of the destruction.
■Ragdoll Stickman Physics
45. Walking Heavy
Welcome to England. Take on the role of a hitman, brought out of retirement by your former boss to help rid the streets of a mysterious new drug known only as HYPE. Navigating the UK via the night train you are tasked with hunting down HYPE suppliers and getting paid to drive up the street price of the drug.
Open-World Isometric action. Bleak, moody isometric graphics set the scene as you ride between endless procedurally generated, open world levels. Explore the streets to find arms dealers, drug dealers, customers and most importantly – the target.
How far can you get? With no limit to the number of HYPE suppliers on the streets, you will take on an infinite number of procedurally generated levels and an ever-increasing police presence to reach your targets.
Choose the right tools. With up to 6 different weapons to purchase and upgrade, and a vast array of gadgets / equipment, from tracking devices to drones, you will have to decide how best to spend your earnings to suit your style of play.
Develop your skills. 5 years of lying on the beaches of Thailand (or was it Cambodia?) have left you feeling a bit rusty – with multiple skills to upgrade keep taking out those targets and you will find your feet in no time.
Welcome to the HYPE Trade. With such a hot insider tip on the rising price of HYPE, why sit on it? Buy and sell the drug at perpetually increasing prices and make some extra pocket money on the side.
46. Claustrophobia: The Downward Struggle
Grab your weapon of choice, polish your Rogue senses, and get ready to be thrown into the dark and oppressing dungeons of Claustrophobia! Experience deep character development, fast-paced tactical combat, and mountains of epic loot. Here begins a roguelike quest for glory, slaughter, and anything shiny!
Claustrophobia: The Downward Struggle is a Tactical RPG Roguelike, most heavily inspired by the combination of procedural gear and enemy generation found in games such as Diablo and Torchlight, with traditional Roguelike features found in games such as NetHack and Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup. Gameplay revolves around a classless, stat and gear-based progression system, procedural dungeon exploration, and unforgiving tactical combat.Current Features
- Unending Procedurally Generated content: Procedurally generated gear, enemies, and terrain makes for infinite progression and adventure.
- Classless Character Development: Build the character you wish to play, and develop them through in-depth stat and ability customization.
- Tons of Loot: Collect vast amounts of weapons, armour, and active items, whose powerful abilities, stats, and passive bonuses enhance your gameplay.
- Fast-paced, Tactical Turn-Based Combat: Use positioning, clever skill use, and observation to best your enemies.
- Face Hoards of Challenging Enemies: From simple critters to deadly Elite Units, face off against a variety of monsters, each with their own set of abilities. Enemy Modifiers such as Teleportation, Invisibility, Lifesteal, and more, ensure that there’s always a new type of enemy to slaughter.
- Traditional Roguelike Features: Permadeath, a little luck, and unforgiving gameplay means your hero’s life is firmly in your hands.
- Scoring & Leaderboards: To remember all those poor souls who didn’t make it.
- Simple, easy to use Interface: All the details and functionality you need, without the clutter.
- Multiple Dungeons: Featuring all new dungeon designs, enemies, rooms, loot, and more.
- Story mode: Dungeons will chain together for longer, more varied gameplay, and progression towards a final, endgame goal.
- More Character Development Options: More Class Roles, more Abilities, more talents.
- Further Item & Enemy Development: A much greater range of Item Abilities and Enemy Modifiers.
- Traps & Puzzles: More special room types will offer greater variation to exploration.
- Bosses: Extremely powerful monsters who reside on the final floor of each dungeon, who must be defeated before you can progress.
- Gear Crafting: Collect materials and salvage old gear to craft powerful new items.
- Achievements & Unlockables: New content unlocked for courageous feats of strength!
47. Space Taxi
Space Taxi is an action game for the Commodore 64 written by John Kutcher and published by Muse Software in 1984. It simulates a flying taxi controlled by thrusters.
The game features sampled speech, including "Hey taxi!", "Pad one please" (and similar samples for different pads), "Thanks" and "Up please". These are said in a variety of voice pitches, creating the feeling of different taxi customers.
Categories in common with Space Taxi: Action
Platform: Commodore / Amiga
48. Dungeon X Pixel Hero
This retro-style RPG game graphics have been released.
Is a hero hunting monsters in dungeons, and weapons (order), collect gold
Weapons, strengthen your equipment!
collect various artipact
◈ convenience to enjoy with one hand!
◈ optimized for Killing Time by 1.5x speed automatic hunting!
◈ variety of weapons and equipment to upgrade the system
◈ mines to get gems for free (ME) system
◈ various skills according to a hero
◈ Artipact System
- WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE : Allows an application to write to external storage
- READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE : Allows an application to read from external storage
- GET_ACCOUNTS : Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service
Categories in common with Dungeon X Pixel Hero: Role Playing
Megamania is an Atari 2600 game designed by Steve Cartwright and published by Activision in 1982. It took six months to develop the concept and another three months to fine-tune the game. It was released for the Atari 5200 and Atari 8-bit family in 1983, ported by Glyn Anderson.
Megamania is similar to Sega's 1981 arcade title Astro Blaster. Both games have nearly identical patterns of approaching enemies with the player relying on an "energy" meter. Also, the player's ships are remarkably similar in both games.
Categories in common with Megamania:
H.E.R.O. (standing for Helicopter Emergency Rescue Operation) is a video game written by John Van Ryzin and published by Activision for the Atari 2600 in March 1984. It was ported to the Apple II, Atari 5200, Atari 8-bit family, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, MSX, and ZX Spectrum. Sega released a version of the game for its SG-1000 console in Japan in 1985. While the gameplay was identical, Sega changed the backpack from a helicopter to a jetpack.
The player uses a helicopter backpack and other tools to rescue victims trapped deep in a mine. The mine is made up of multiple screens using a flip screen style.
Categories in common with H.E.R.O.: Action