The best games like CAPSULE are:
- arrow_rightThe Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
- arrow_rightPOSTAL: Classic and Uncut
- arrow_rightBroken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut
- arrow_rightThe Tritan Initiative
- arrow_rightMy Name is You
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1. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is a remake of The Binding of Isaac.
The plot is based on a biblical story. Little Isaac and his mother live happily in a small house on the hill. And suddenly the mother heard a voice, which told her that her son is defiled by sins and must be saved. The voice asks the woman to remove all evil from Isaac to save him. There are 12 endings in the game.
By controlling Isaac or other of the six characters to choose from, the player must go through several levels of the basement, consisting of many rooms that are procedurally generated in the game, and the places are inhabited by hostile creatures with who you have to fight. Inside the rooms, the gameplay is designed as a shooter. The character can shoot to defeat his enemies with tears that he cries while avoiding collisions with them. Also, if the character loses all his health, he does not continue the game from the saved point, he dies. After that, the game starts from the beginning.
The game will include all the content of the original game, as well as some innovations: a new Chapter, new characters and enemies, as well as new items and rooms.
If someone has to live in the totalitarian society, that person has to work not to become a victim of it. Carl, a state-appointed landlord, has to spy on the tenants and to receive orders from the government. But to follow them or to dismiss them is up to the player, controlling Carl. Players will have to eavesdrop, bug the apartments of tenants, search through their personal items and complete quests, given to them by the higher ups. The moral choice system will take note of every action players will make, and every decision will have consequences. Much like in a similar in spirit game “Papers, please,” a government worker has to report any suspicious activity or anyone involved in suspicious activity. Beholder has multiple endings, and each of them is a compilation of player-made choices over the course of the game. Each tenant has their own personality, distinct appearance, conditions, and issues. It’s up to the player, to empathize with the lives of the tenant, or to follow orders.
3. POSTAL: Classic and Uncut
Banned in over ten countries, realistic, non-stop-killing, action-strategy psychological thriller. No aliens, no mutants, no stupid quest for the dragon's balls. Just good antisocial, psychotic shoot-'em-up action, strategy and government intervention.
Blast, maim and fire-bomb your way through 17 levels (plus 4 new levels and 24 new characters in the expansion pack). Exploit mass murder opportunities, mow down marching bands, spray protesters, charbroil whole towns. Enter multiplayer mode Go Postal with up to 15 other death row candidates.Includes the original POSTAL and the Special Delivery Expansion Pack A fast-paced, guns-blazing, mind-numbing isometric view killing spree Look at the world through the eyes of a psycho!
4. Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut
Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars - The Director's Cut is a remastered version of the original point-and-click quest released 13 years afterward.
The original game sets in Paris and tells a story of a Nicole Collard — the protagonist alongside with George Stobbart — the American tourist. The whole narrative centers around Palais Royale where the murdering of the local President candidate — Pierre Carchon. Furthermore, she figures out the Templar order is mixed with the situation. The player is set to follow many arcs: starting from romancing the other characters and ending with the prevention of the global terroristic attacks.
Traditionally, the gameplay in the point-and-click varies a little or do not change at all. The player is given some two-dimensional background with clickable items on it and the characters on the screen. The player may interact either with the environment or with the people. The remastered version also brought touch controls for mobile devices and accelerometer Wii Remote pads.
Director's Cut features
The game's graphics were rendered in higher definition, some of the original's scenes were cut out, and the display of the blood spilling in some scenes was evaded entirely. The original game featured only George Stobbart as the protagonist; however, the whole new Collard's story was added. The game has also got easier — the "help" section was added.
5. The Tritan Initiative
A war has begun between the Tritan Empire and the NOM Federation. It is your duty to clear out sector Tera Six where a large number of Tritan bases have been built recently. This is NOM's first strike and will initiate a decades long war in space.
The Tritan Initiative is a 3d space dog fighter game with planet based target/goals. Can you defeat the Tritan's forward base and escape before being destroyed?
Four Different Weapon types: Auto-Laser, Ship to Ship Rockets, Planetary Nukes, and Missiles.
Almost a dozen planet based targets and five different variants of enemy craft in two category's.
Clean off the five planets of the infesting vermin and start the war!
6. My Name is You
This is a novel with multiple plot lines, in which you only get to witness only a couple of days of a character who’s name is You. It may seem that except for his name, his life is nothing exceptional. That is if it wasn’t for a chain of events that fluctuate between his daily routine and an existential terror of reiteration. What is the most important part? It’s you and You facing inevitability.
This is you, and this – is You. Both of you have something in common – exceptionality in a monotonous moment of time, when meaningless decisions have to be made. Or meaningful, to such an extent, that there is nothing left once they are made. Who knows what awaits you around the corner – will you go to work in a continuous, 'almost-holiday' fever or wander in a labyrinth of crooked mirrors? Except for his name, it seems our character’s life is nothing more than unexceptional – there’s no room for miracles or cobwebs. The room is filled with office papers, some vaguely familiar family members, an ailing story of sensation, a couple of dropped lines and a sharp drop – a circle, inside and outside of which you and You wander. Open the letter, pick up the phone, speak up or step aside – and this story will gain new fractures and reflections.
- Unique atmosphere and visual art that fully convey the gloomy mood of the novel
- More than 10 alternative endings
- Special soundtrack for each finale
- Offbeat structure of the plot: the full story can be put together, only if a player lives through every possible situation
Categories in common with My Name is You: Indie
7. TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is a 2005 first-person shooter video game developed by Free Radical Design and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox video game consoles.
It is the third game in the TimeSplitters series, following TimeSplitters (2000) and TimeSplitters 2 (2002). The game features a single-player mode consisting of levels where the player assumes the role of Sergeant Cortez, a time-traveling marine from the 25th century, as he attempts to go to the past to save the future. The game also includes a range of multiplayer options including cooperative mode. Online play was included in both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions.
In June 2007, a sequel was announced to be in development, titled TimeSplitters 4, but has since been shelved due to difficulties selling the idea to potential publishers based on Future Perfect's sales performance.
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Once our home and record of modern civilization, the Earth is a ruined wasteland engulfed in perpetual darkness. Older than any recorded texts, an ancient evil descended upon our world without warning, consuming the population and leaving only despair behind in its wake. The unfortunate survivors of this purge now struggle to overcome the horrific terrors of the Nocturnal.
Noct is a 2D top-down multiplayer survival horror game that blends arcade combat with RPG survival elements. You are a survivor of the apocalyptic purge that formed the desolate wasteland now known as Noct and view your experience in the world through a thermal image satellite system high above the Earth.
Scavenge and Survive: Players must scavenge weapons, rations, utility items, and other provisions from the wasteland to survive the harsh world and defend themselves from the evil in the dark.
Persistent Online World: The entire game world is persistent. Players may choose to connect to, or host their own world servers which they can adventure in. This allows players to interact with other survivors in Noct if they wish, or make their game experience strictly a solo affair.
Unspeakable Horrors: Battle the dozens of nightmares that stalk around in the night and leave their dead carcasses as a warning to others or flee into the wild and leave your fellow companions to satiate your pursuers.
Haunting Soundtrack: Slip on your headphones and dim the lights to let the haunting soundtrack from Nine Inch Nail's Robin Finck and composer Wordclock wash over you and ratchet up the tension.
In NORTH you play a man who applies for asylum in a city filled with strange creatures and strange customs.
Dealing with the issue of the contemporary refugee crisis while at the same time being deeply rooted in a classical cyberpunk atmosphere à la Blade Runner, NORTH features a dark synthpop soundtrack, a sprawling mega-city and weird monster-like inhabitants.
The gameplay is very straightforward and mostly consists of exploration and simple puzzles. The main difficulty is to understand what you have to do in order to get asylum. You've come from an foreign land in the south and find yourself lost and confused - a confusion you convey through letters to your sister back home. An important part of the gameplay, these letters help you understand your tasks while at the same time moving the narrative of the game forward.
NORTH is short (20-40 min) and comes with a full soundtrack (8 songs).
10. Lucy -The Eternity She Wished For
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11. Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe
Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe takes the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe and adds a strategic layer to it.Description
- Each square of the 3x3 game board contains another, smaller, 3x3 game board.
- Where you make your move in a square of any small board, you send the opponent in the respective square of the big board.
- 3 in a row in a small board wins the small board and the big square.
- 3 small boards in a row wins the game.
- Strategize your play, plan your next move, let the opponent win some small boards, while you win the game!
- On the Forget game subtype, each 4th move of the same player in a board will erase his oldest move.
- Classic and ultimate tic-tac-toe games.
- Each of the classic and ultimate types can also be played in Forget mode.
- Hot-seat, a multiplayer mode from the same PC.
- Multiplayer, through LAN or Steam.
- 3 levels of difficulty.
- Rankings: play with users closer to your skill level.
- When the game starts, the player with the X piece will move first, and can place his piece wherever he wants. To let the opponent (AI or friend) place the first piece, you can choose to play with O. Placing the first piece will not give the player such a big advantage as in the classic tic-tac-toe game, he still needs to create a strategy in order to defeat you.
- Next, your opponent will have to play the board respective to the square that you've just filled.
- Your next move will be in a board that your opponent sends you to, given by the square that he just made his move on.
- What happens if the opponent sends you to an already won or draw board? Then you can go wherever you like, but be sure not to send your opponent to a closed board, because he would have the same advantage.
- After playing a little, you will see that, even though you could win a small board easily, the fact that if the move you make would put your opponent at an advantage, you could chose to not win that board at the time, or perhaps forfeit it, if it will give you an advantage to complete other 3 boards in a row and win the match.
- A draw board will not count for either X, nor O.
- You can also play on the Forget mode, which erases your 4th oldest game piece, thus having another strategic element which you must focus on, and there won't be any boards that end-up in ties.
- When playing against the AI, you have 3 choices of difficulty:
- Easy: The AI tries to send you to boards where it's most difficult for you to make a move, even though he could win others.
- Medium: The AI will always try to win small boards.
- Hard: The AI will win small boards, if it doesn't give you an advantage on the next move; it tries to create a balance between winning and not giving you the upper hand. It also has a random element to it, so it provides more diversified plays overtime.
- Easy: The AI tries to send you to boards where it's most difficult for you to make a move, even though he could win others.
12. The X-Files Game
The X-Files Game is an interactive movie point-and-click adventure video game developed by HyperBole Studios and first published by Fox Interactive. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and PlayStation in 1998, and is based on the television series The X-Files. A second, but unrelated game, The X-Files: Resist or Serve, was released for PlayStation 2 in 2004.
Categories in common with The X-Files Game: Adventure
In this game you have to find seven artifacts, which, according to legend, the need to create a cure for the virus, which is rampant in many star systems.
To do this, you have to fly a dozen star systems, dozens of planets to visit with different climates, search the abandoned stations and lunar bases. Somewhere you will be trapped hostile-minded creatures, and somewhere in the environment itself is opposed to you.
You need to be constantly maintained at a level of oxygen reserves and life support systems, both on the ship and the main character.
In search of artifacts you will be find black boxes left by previous searchers, whose efforts have been unsuccessful.
And also do not forget about the search for dark energy and matter are brought together, you can create antimatter, with which you can make jumps between star systems.
And, of course, you can just take a leisurely stroll, flying around a pulsar or black hole, walking on new worlds.
At some locations you can hear the real sounds of celestial bodies (electromagnetic waves transferred to the audible range), such as a pulsar, black hole sun, the magnetosphere of Saturn and others.
14. The Adventures of Fei Duanmu 端木斐异闻录
This visual novel comprises of several stories about the adventures of DUANMU Fei, the protagonist,
While solving these weird supernatural cases, DUANMU learns more about the wordly life instead.
Please enjoy the stories with a cup of coffee!
Sept. 15th, 2015
The urban legend "the Hearse in the Gas Station" is witnessed and captured in a video clip that has gone viral.
Who could have faked this video?
And on what purpose?
It's time for DUANMU Fei, the detective who just can’t stop drinking coffee to solve the mysterious case!
Oct. 10th, 2015
There has been a series of criminal cases in the city of Lianhai, in which the victims were all killed by falling from height.
Why is the murder so obsessed with the falling?
Who would this "high-falling manic" be?
What would DUANMU Fei choose if he knows the truth?
- A detective game with puzzle minigames.
- Stories told in a mystery novel style.
- Fully Chinese coice acting.
- Animated character sprites.
- Multiple endings.
15. To Burn in Memory
To Burn in Memory is a free, ahistorical and atemporal Interactive Fiction work released for IFComp 2015. Explore a city that never existed, and uncover its secret history through the memories of those caught in the chaos of a Europe spiraling ever faster into war.
Featuring a fully original soundtrack by the author, with illustration by graphic design maestro Johannes Poell.
16. Terminator 3: The Redemption
Terminator 3: The Redemption is a video game based on the Terminator series, more specifically the film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. It was developed by Paradigm Entertainment and published by Atari, Inc. in 2004 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube.
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17. Steno Arcade
Steno Arcade is a suite of four arcade games designed to teach and drill steno and keyboarding fundamentals in an immersive, addictive, responsive, and interactive way. Steno Arcade is 100% free and open source and works with any steno machine or keyboard.
The Early Access build of Steno Arcade includes one of the four games in the suite, Steno Hero! Imagine your favorite rhythm games, but instead of pressing buttons that vaguely emulate the original instruments, you're hitting steno chords or keyboard keys to precisely and accurately produce the lyrics to your favorite music! It's like singing karaoke with your fingers! Steno Hero currently includes seven songs, with more to be added over time:
“Sunday Smiled” by Hungry Lucy
“The Standing Ones” by Hungry Lucy
“I Think I Started a Trend” by Brad Sucks
“I’m Your Moon” by Jonathan Coulton
“Mandelbrot Set” by Jonathan Coulton
“That Spells DNA” by Jonathan Coulton
“I Feel Fantastic” by Jonathan Coulton
While Steno Arcade is designed to be played with a steno machine, it can also be looked at as a traditional typing game that can be played with any standard keyboard. You only need an NKRO (N-key rollover) keyboard if you intend to learn stenography and want to play the game using steno. For example, the slower, easier songs in Steno Hero are perfectly playable using a standard keyboard, but when you get to the faster, harder songs you may find yourself having trouble keeping up with a standard keyboard and will need to use steno if you want to complete the songs with a high level of accuracy and precision.
Steno Arcade is being developed on top of the Godot open source game engine, and the source will be released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) license upon completion.
Steno Arcade is brought to you by The Open Steno Project and For All To Play.
18. Custom Robo
Custom Robo (カスタム ロボ, Kasutamu Robo) is a Sci-Fi action role playing game. It was released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64 only in Japan, and in 2006 for the iQue Player only in China. It is the first title of the Custom Robo series.
Categories in common with Custom Robo: Action
Platform: Nintendo 64
CryoFall is Sci-Fi multiplayer survival game set on a forgotten planet in a distant future.DescriptionWelcome to the world of CryoFall, where a catastrophic crash landing has stranded you — and dozens of others — millions of light-years from home, trapped on a hostile planet and in constant danger.
Your only hope for survival is to make use of the resources around you as you develop your skills and technology to conquer this new land, tame its harsh wilderness and build a new life for you and those who have found themselves marooned on CryoFall.
Together with dozens of other survivors you can create your own cities, establish active economy, industry and agriculture, or pillage what other survivors managed to put together.Features
- Complex crafting and industrial system, including oil refining & lithium extraction
- Various stages of technological progress (primitive, industrial, modern, post-modern, sci-fi)
- Farming with complex crop growth simulation, fertilizers, etc. & diverse cooking options
- Wide range of player interactions and roles with meaningful specialization options emphasizing meaningful interactions, rather than just combat
- Economy with coin minting, complex trading and automated vending machines managed by players
- Carefully hand-crafted maps and locations (+ map editor)
- Storyline elements discovered through exploration
- Diverse environments with several biomes (temperate, desert, tropical, boreal, wasteland, etc.)
- In-house developed Renkei Engine™, allowing hundreds of players on the same server
- Complex character simulation with several dozens of status effects (e.g. bleeding, poisoning, radiation, etc.)
- Extensive modding capabilities, including real-time code editing
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1489843089DevelopmentThe game is in active development and new features added monthly with each new version release!
A roguelike space odyssey in a procedurally generated world
When home is no more...
Resources are sparse. The universe is infinite and unknown. The universe is lonely, open and unforgiving.
You're drifting, in a big, empty and silent space. Searching for a new home. You know a few coordinates to some random locations; but this is the only information you got.
RymdResa is a challenging and evolving space adventure, based on randomness, with RPG elements. Abstract story elements and art are expressed throughout a lonesome and calm journey in space.
Travel through a mysterious cosmos, deep and beyond. Discover the solitude of space! Customize your ship, explore and survive in the retro stylized universe of RymdResa.
★ Solitude Of Space
★ Procedural World
★ Randomized Loot
★ Pilot Level
★ Abstract Experience
★ 3 Chapters With Different Gameplay
★ Beautiful Art
★ Original Soundtrack
★ Voiced Story
Solitude of space
The universe is lonely, open and unforgiving, but that doesn't mean it isn't peaceful. We have tried to create a place for relaxation and beauty.
The world is infinite and different every time you play, with over 300 different objects to discover and explore; like planets, stars and spaceships.
There is a large amount of different item types you can find to enhance your ship. These are randomized. Try to get legendary items!
There are 8 ships in RymdResa. Every ship has in total 8 item slots, whereof 2 are unlockable. You can find different styles, auras, engines and other improvements.
Level up to become a master pilot! Choose orientation, focus on exploring, scouring, survival or technology.
Discover a set of several different upgrades, like researches and different worlds enhancements; why not for example unlock the shield as an item type or see moons in space?
RymdResa is an evolving space adventure. Each chapter has unique gameplay and a unique narrative. Chapter 3 is set in a new universe!
Poetry, peace and art. Explore and enjoy a big set of visuals, crafted with RymdResa's art style; pixelart mixed with a posterized style combined with a strict color pallet.
Every ship has a custom soundtrack enhancing the world around it. Two musicians: Tom Croke and Pat Jacobs created the soundtrack with their vision of the game.
A poetic voice log from the pilot describing a great loss, thoughts and feelings. Abstract fragments discussing the past, present and future.
We didn't want to create yet another space-shooter, with laser-beams and exploding aliens. In RymdResa the gameplay is peaceful, passive and relaxing.
21. Welcome to the Game
Welcome to the Game is a creepy horror / puzzle game that takes you into the world of the Deep Web. Explore the Deep Web with the sole purpose of trying to find a Red Room, an online service / website that allows you to see and participate in interactive torture and murder.
Welcome to the Game puts you behind a computer screen to explore the deep web. You are challenged to find 8 hidden keys throughout the deep web to build the Red Rooms URL. During this process, you are challenged with hidden puzzles on the Deep Web, have to solve mini puzzle games to prevent from getting hacked and there may or may not be kidnappers trying to kidnap you. Experience the true horror and eeriness of what is really out there on the deep web without actually going on the deep web.
Connect parts together to build rockets. You can choose from a variety of rocket engines, fuel tanks, and other gizmos. You can even build rovers with powered wheels.
Blast off from any planet you want. You can fly through the intense atmosphere of Venus, or you can take advantage of the low gravity of Mercury. Whip around the sun and launch yourself out to the far reaches of the solar system.
Several challenges are built into the game so you can have fun while learning about real rocket science. Challenge yourself to orbit with the least amount of fuel, land on the moon, and so much more.
Build space stations, moon bases, refueling stations, and more with support for multiple launches. Save your sandbox at anytime or upload it and share it with your friends.
Kepler wrote the equations 400 years ago, and SimpleRockets uses those equations to model extremely realistic orbital physics. Players will learn about rocket science and astrodynamics while they are having a blast exploring the solar system.
23. Clu Clu Land (1984)
Clu Clu Land (Japanese: クルクルランド, Hepburn: Kurukuru Rando) is an arcade and Nintendo Entertainment System game released in 1984 in Japan, later released in North America in 1985 as a Nintendo Entertainment System launch title, and in Europe in 1987. It was released for the Wii Virtual Console in North America in 2008 and in Europe and Japan in 2009, for the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console in Japan in 2013 and in North America and Europe in 2014, and for the Wii U Virtual Console in 2013.
Categories in common with Clu Clu Land (1984): Puzzle
24. Project Freedom
Get your dream job with a company called Project Freedom. Become a space pilot and serve for the corporation. You're going to get all the excitement and adventure you've ever wanted.
Perhaps even more...
- 21 missions in the campaign
- Outstanding 3D graphics and special effects
- Original storyline with unexpected turns and surprises
- A variety of space combat missions including escort, strike, and rescue operations
- Missions in open space, on planets and moons
25. F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
F-Zero Maximum Velocity, released in Japan as F-Zero for Game Boy Advance, is a futuristic racing video game developed by Nd Cube and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. The game was released in Japan, North America and Europe in 2001. It is the first F-Zero game to be released on a handheld game console.
Maximum Velocity takes place twenty-five years after F-Zero, in yet another F-Zero Grand Prix. The past generations of F-Zero had "piloted their way to fame", so it is the only F-Zero game without Captain Falcon, Samurai Goroh, Pico, or Dr. Stewart. Players control fast hovering crafts and use their speed-boosting abilities to navigate through the courses as quickly as possible.
Categories in common with F-Zero: Maximum Velocity: Racing
26. Modest Kind
You wake up, imprisoned in decaying time vault. Place is crawling with Convicts gone mad, Memeplex creatures childishly wrecking everything and ancient artifacts of history lying around. Uncover the truth behind this place. Think you're smart enough to get out?GameplayTeam Vedanta presents Modest Kind, a Rogue-lite Initiation Adventure. Ever heard of Entropy, The Selfish Gene and Schrödinger's cat? This action-heavy, story-driven top-down dungeon crawler will put your knowledge to the test. Your Path to Enlightment begins now.Key Features:
- Procedurally-generated rooms, astonishing bosses, fun enemies and endless artifacts
- Use your determination and skills to fight back hoards of Meme-like Infants with a weapon of your choice
- Customize your firearms: shotguns, muskets, crossbows, bio-weapons, machine guns, rocket launchers and more
- Play, learn new facts and train your brain solving Trivia riddles
- Lore-rich and story driven adventure of humanity's last stand in putrescent world of knowledge
27. Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity
A soldier wakes up in darkness with a headache - Where is he, and how did he get here?
Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity is a prequel mystery minigame to the upcoming full length RPG Towards The Pantheon. Follow the journey of this soldier as he must solve puzzles and explore to escape from nowhere, discover how he came to be here, and face what lies ahead. Towards The Pantheon: Escaping Eternity offers a unique experience that provides lore and suggests at some themes that will be found in Towards The Pantheon.
28. Legendary Gary
Gary is a mess, and he's trying to be a better person. Help him tackle his not very fantastic life, and also help him play a fantasy game in his free time. But as he discovers, the fantasy is more than it seems...
- Unique turn-based fighting system
- Interactive story
- Hand-drawn art
- Synth-pop soundtrack by xXsickXx
29. A Light in the Dark
──We cannot choose in this unfair world.
Hao-Chen Jiang did not understand what it was when he opened his eyes. Before him was a dim and dreary room that he had not seen before. Trying to get up to turn on the lights, he finds that his arms are tied behind him and that is when he realizes that he's been kidnapped. It is then that a mysterious girl appears before him and with a look of disdain tells him that he's been kidnapped and unless his family agrees to pay a ransom he has no chance to escape. But perhaps there is more to this than just money...
The rich boy stuck in his never changing daily life...
The fierce girl struggling for survival...
Two people in totally opposite positions in life.
During his days of imprisonment, they will learn of a world they were never aware of which will crumble away at their deep-rooted prejudices. In the face of confusion and the choices before them, what will they find...?
A Light in the Dark is an original visual novel game from the creative minds of CreSpirit (Developers of Rabi-Ribi), Storia (Developers of Dong-jin Rice-hime) and Narrator (Developers of Companion).
The game features a story part and an interactive part where Hao-Chen can examine the items around him as he tries to formulate a plan to escape his kidnappers but beware of your stamina! A Light in the Dark also features multiple endings and language options in English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
30. Black Rose
Black Rose is a first-person survival horror game in which you assume the role of Linda, an average girl who heard rumors about an old abandoned funeral home being haunted. No one knows what happened to many of the people who used to work there, but legend says they were murdered. By who? Linda wants to find this out for herself, so she goes to the secluded funeral home. But not long after entering, things go horribly wrong.SCORE
Your score will be based on 'Close Calls'. Close Calls are achieved by getting close to the enemy without letting them catch you. When your score starts increasing, the enemy is dangerously close. Try to get as many Close Calls as possible to bring up your score, but be aware that you should not let your Close Calls with the first enemy last for too long. This enemy is particularly volatile, and will quickly catch you if you are close for too long.
31. Shotgun Legend
A tribute to the Legend of Zelda, with a shotgun!
- Eugene stumbles through a portal along with a truck rim. He finds himself in a strange land taken over by an alien race. Armed with his shotgun and an arsenal of alien technology, he must find the rim, as it seems to be his ticket home.
- 10 dungeons to explore
- 8 active items and 8 passive items to collect. 16 in total.
- A unique take on multiplayer in which the first player uses an item to summon a doppelganger that shares it's health to assist him. Potentially increasing damage dealt, but damage taken as well.
- Eventually dual wield shotguns!
32. Dimension Jump
Dimension Jump is a precision puzzle platformer, where you don’t just jump between platforms, you jump between dimensions!
Once you’ve picked up the basics you’ll have to master the art of dimension jumping, gravity switching and teleporting to get through some of the most challenging levels on offer.
With over 90 levels to complete, each with challenge times and bonus stars, there will be plenty to challenge all skill levels. As you progress through level sets the difficulty increases, adding in new mechanics and putting all the skills you’ve learned to the test.
Collect Steam achievements by completing level sets and other accomplishments, challenge your friends with your own custom levels using the level editor, and compete against the world on global leaderboards for the fastest times.Features
- Dimension jump your way through over 90 levels
- Challenge variants of every level to really test your skills
- Collect Steam achievements
- Compete for the fastest time on global leaderboards
- Build and share your own levels via Steam Workshop
Categories in common with Dimension Jump: Indie
33. Hunt: The Unknown Quarry
A bounty has been placed on the head of a monster terrorizing a small country town. Bounty hunters descend on the abandoned mansion where it is rumored to make its lair, each hoping to claim the prize. However, one of these hunters is actually the monster in disguise. One is forced to ask, then: who hunts whom?
Hunt: The Unknown Quarry is a deductive combat game for 3 to 6 players. One player is secretly the monster, and their goal is to cripple all of the other players in order to escape the mansion. The other players, the human bounty hunters, must discover and kill the monster before they are hunted down by the creature. Each player moves around the mansion’s many rooms to search for clues, gather items, and target other players to deduce which of them is the monster (or, if you are the monster, to wound the other bounty hunters). Tread lightly, for the hunt has begun…
Hunt: The Unknown Quarry features beautiful graphics and a finely crafted user interface that streamlines play and provides copious hints about what actions are available to the player as play progresses. It even has the option to automatically help the player take notes and zero in on the monster. Atmospheric music and carefully selected sound effects set the mood.
Friends play for free! One paid copy of the game allows a whole group to play together. The free version allows you to join online games created by others, but the full version is required to create games or to play offline. The free version does NOT allow you to play games without a full-version-owner present.
34. Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2 is the 2001 successor to Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX and was developed by Z-Axis and Full Fat and published by Acclaim Entertainment under their Acclaim Max Sports label. It was released for the PlayStation 2 in August 2001, and in the following months it was ported to the GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and Xbox video game systems. Both the GameCube and Xbox ports featured two extra levels that were not present in the PS2 version.
In the game, players can take on the role of one of 13 top BMX riders, or a number of other characters. Along with the pro riders, there were 3 hidden characters. One of which was teenager, Mike Dias, who won the grand prize in the Slim Jim Sweepstakes getting his likeness put into the game, the Slim Jim man from the commercials, and then Amish Boy, who rode around on a wooden bike and had Amish clothing and a corn cob pipe. Some of the stages included in this game are Woodward Camp, Venice, Greenville, North Carolina, and the Manhattan train yards.
Categories in common with Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2: Sports
35. Wrecking Crew (1985)
Wrecking Crew (レッキングクルー, Rekkingu Kurū) is a 1985 action game developed and published by Nintendo. It was designed by Yoshio Sakamoto and released as a launch title for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
36. Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom is the fifth scenario in the Wizardry series of role-playing video games. It was published in 1988 by Sir-Tech Software, Inc. for the Commodore 64, Apple II and as a PC booter (using DOS). A port for the SNES and FM Towns was later developed and published by ASCII Entertainment in Japan. Wizardry V was released in the US for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System by Capcom in 1993, and subsequently re-released for the Satellaview subsystem under the name BS Wizardry 5.
Categories in common with Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom: Role Playing
37. Burnout (2013)
Burnout is a racing video game developed by Criterion Games and published by Acclaim Entertainment for the PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox.
Burnout was the first in a series of high-speed racing games noted for over-the-top crashes and high-risk gameplay mechanics.
Categories in common with Burnout (2013): Racing
38. Hired Guns
Hired Guns is a role-playing video game produced by DMA Design (distributed by Psygnosis) for the Amiga and the PC in 1993. The game is set in the year 2712, in which the player controls four mercenaries selected from a pool of twelve. One of the features of the game is that all four characters are on screen simultaneously, each in their own window.
Categories in common with Hired Guns: Role Playing
Explore a nightmarish environment, scrounge for supplies, and battle the undead in Outbreak -- an online co-op/offline survival horror game. The clock never stops as you attempt to manage an extremely limited inventory with a murderous horde on the hunt. Choose between acquiring additional weapons, healing items, or necessary tools for progression. You have only one life. Make it count!
- Friendly play: 4-player online co-op multiplayer featuring voice chat.
- Cut the cord: All modes playable in offline single-player with pause support.
- Campaign Mode: Play the entire story alone or in up to 4-player co-op!
- Nightmares Mode: Narrative hardcore single-player story mode.
- Onslaught Mode: Fight waves of endless enemies alone or with friends!
- Offline backup: Optional Partner AI bot in solo Campaign & Onslaught modes.
- Dark atmosphere: Explore a deserted hospital infested by the undead.
- Brutal difficulty: Your character only has a single life; includes 3 difficulty settings.
- Limited inventory: Decide which items are worthy, and which should be left behind.
- Expansive arsenal: Defend yourself with a multitude of firearms and melee weapons.
- Challenging puzzles: Scour each room to solve puzzles and learn about the outbreak.
- High replayability: Semi-random enemy and item layouts make every playthrough unique.
- Distinct survivors: Seven playable heroes with unique attributes and starting equipment.
- Essential equipment: Earn during play and trade with other players.
- Play your way: Customizable gamepad, mouse and keyboard controls.
- Worldwide multiplayer: Cloud-based backend with region selector means no NAT issues.
40. Project Explore
Project Explore is a 2D sandbox survival game developed with only the best in mind. The simple yet responsive UI is there to help the player, not hinder them. It has a high-functioning inventory system- the items can have their own unique traits through metadata system. The game’s multiplayer is light-weight and has very minimal hardware requirements. With that said, server hosting is extremely optimized. The game comes with up-to-date patch notes and documentation to help with server configuration, mod creation/support, and everything in-between.ModdingOne of our priorities is mod development. We are huge fans of Feed The Beast (Minecraft Mod Pack Distributors) and similar teams. Having the freedom to be a fruit salad chef, a weapon smith, or a mercenary. That's what it's about. We are constantly encouraging users to create new mods and help us to expand what is possible with the game engine.
As a user you can install mods very easily. Simply drag mods into the mod folder and you've added a mod to your game! They work in multiplayer and singleplayer without any extra hassle. You can easily create and share them with friends.Developer Quote"I think every player deserves a voice and the direction of the game should be based on community feedback, and ideas. I've followed this idea since the beginning of the games development and so far it has helped the game become something I could not have ever imagined." -Seabass
41. CASE 2: Animatronics Survival
Two years before the attack on the police station, there was a terrible tragedy in the city, which led to the closure of the amusement park.
Some believe it was an accident—others, that it was a well-planned act of intimidation.
Leaflets about missing people filled the city streets.
You play as Jack. He is a man who has lost everything. Soon he’ll have to pay for his crime.
The past has finally caught up with him... Try to save him.Features:
- Play online with friends as the three survivors - try to avoid their terrible fate;
- A well-considered story with its own characteristics;
- Unexpected situations that will make you think;
- A lot of different game locations;
- Control those feared by the army;
- Use the tablet: watch security cameras, manage and monitor the situation;
- Solve new puzzles, but look out... they are watching you.
Your mission is to survive at any cost! Each animatronic has its own mortal features.
Try not to get caught! Be shrewd! Use shelters and move silently.
Inattention or too much caution are each swiftly punished.
42. CRIMSON ROOM DECADE
A decade after the release of the original Crimson Room Flash game comes the sequel, Crimson Room Decade. Inspector Jean-Jacques Gordot finds himself investigating the Crimson Room. A door that won’t open, a flickering light bulb, scattered wine bottles… has he been here before?
To escape, you’ll need to use everything at your disposal. Explore every nook and cranny of the room to find environmental clues and objects to aid you in your escape. Use, manipulate and combine items to solve challenging puzzles and further unlock the mysteries of the Crimson Room.
Can you escape the room?
- Based on the popular Flash game, Crimson Room, with a record setting 800M views across several gaming websites
- Explore the Crimson Room and unlock its mysteries
- Find, use and combine items in the environment to solve challenging puzzles
- Collect hidden diary entries to piece together the tragic backstory
- Enjoy the ambient soundtrack and isolating atmosphere
43. Vzerthos: The Heir of Thunder
Vzerthos is a 2D isometric old-school techno-fantasy styled Top-Down Shooter. Player's arsenal includes skills of the Thunder God's heir and three types of guns - use them to slice and dice, burn and blow up your enemies!
Hero under the player's control must rescue a kidnapped princess Se'Vera from the evil Baron Vakhzon.
Not only the guards of Baron attack Vzerthos, but his ally Messenger took his magical powers by order of the Thunder God.
Now the heir should return his power, to break into Vakhzon castle and rescue the princess!
(Princess is exactly in this castle!)
- Graphical style
According to the canons of the old school - isometric graphics pre-render low-poly models and hand drawn visuals construct a unique graphical style.
Game story is told through small and simple comics.
- Ability to customize the interface for yourself!
You can define an individual and user-friendly interface for yourself using a special text file! You can change not only the position of the elements, but also the visual components!
- Open localization
If you notice an error or don't like the translation, you can easily open a text file with localization and replace the text! This will make translation better, or even create a new language for the game!
WaveLand is quick to get into, with little down time between runs.
So Many Options!
Short hop, ledge dash, dash cancel, fast fall, shine stall, and many more.
Create and play custom levels via Steam Workshop.
Play Your Way.
Supports Keyboard, XInput controllers, and DirectInput controllers, you can use what you're comfortable with!
Learn to Speedrun!
Join the community Discord server to participate in races and discuss speed strategies!Features
- Six unique thematic zones.
- 70 Dashcoins to collect.
- Unlockable player cosmetics.
- Online leaderboards.
- Multi-genre atmospheric soundtrack.
- Puzzles, secrets, and lore stones.
46. The Last Sigil
The Last Sigil is a roguelite action RPG.
Create your guild, hire randomly generated characters with different traits, stats and skills, and enter the Sigils to vanquish an ancient evil and his army of monsters.
Fight hordes of enemies in procedural generated dungeons, hunt for rare loot, find pets, trade and gamble with merchants, craft your own items and upgrade and enchant them using tools, magic scrolls and jewels.
Distribute stat points and customize your guild through passive upgrades; earn exp and fame, level up, hire new members, become more powerful and reach the Last Sigil.SHORT DESCRIPTION
- Procedurally generated exteriors and dungeons with different enemies, traps and bosses.
- Three difficulties, normal, hard and very hard.
- Randomly generated characters with different traits, statistics and skills and the possibility to rename them as you like.
- Ten classes (fire mage, ice mage, blood witch, necromancer, cleric, paladin, amazon, ranger, berserker and juggernaut), each one with different combat abilities, a quick movement skill, an active block skill to mitigate the damage and a summonable banner which grants temporary buffs.
- 50 levels, stats points to distribute between power, energy and vitality and upgrade points to spend in passive skills.
- Items of different qualities, normal, magic, rare, epic and mythic (the latter with special effects), crafting materials, tools to upgrade and add sockets to your equipment, magic scrolls to enchant your items and craftable jewels to insert in sockets and further customize your equipment.
- Trading, gambling, crafting and enchating.
- Summonable banners which grant you temporary buffs.
- Pets to bring with you and fight along your side.LONG DESCRIPTION
DUNGEONS AND ENEMIES
There are currently eight procedurally generated dungeons or Sigils, which you can enter through portals spawned in a procedurally generated world. Each dungeon is filled with different enemies, traps and bosses and consists of three levels and a boss room linked with portals.
There are three types of enemies:
- minions which are weak and easy to kill
- elites which are tougher, stronger, with special passive bonuses and skills
- bosses which you will encounter at the end of each dungeon
All of them have got normal and special attacks, you can face-tank the normal ones, but you should try to avoid or block the latter, especially if you are fighting against elites and bosses or you are not playing at normal difficulty. On top of that, only few bosses are tank&spank, most of them have got also particular mechanics which might kill you if you fail to counter them.
There are three difficulties, Normal, Hard and Very Hard, with the first one for beginner and the latter for experienced players; you have to complete the game at Normal to unlock Hard, and finish it at Hard to unlock Very Hard. Increasing the difficulty will increase your gold and magic find cap but it will also make the enemies stronger and tougher and you will have less time to avoid the enemies special attacks.
The exteriors and the dungeons are connected through exits, portals and waypoints; you can unlock the latter by clicking on them and they allow you to travel from a location to another in no time. In addition you can also teleport to the encampment (the town-hub) whenever you want, as long as you are out of combat, and you can use a portal to go back to your previous location.
The members of your guild are randomly generated, they have a rank, an expertise, a trait, four statistics (strength, endurance, constitution and luck) and a set of skills. You can't create the perfect character, you have to play with what the game offers you and do your best with it.
At the beginning of the game and after every dungeon, you will be able to recruit new members and select one of them to play with. You can't change their passive abilities, nor their active skills, but you can increase some of their bonuses by killing the bosses inside the dungeons and staying alive..because when you die, you will lose the character you were playing with.
If you have a change of mind and you no longer like a specific character that you have hired before, you can always kick him/her from the guild and hire a new one. You can also rename the members of your guild, maybe after some of your idols or your friends or your subscribers (if you are a streamer).
CLASSES AND SKILLS
Currently there are ten classes: fire mage, ice mage, blood witch, necromancer, cleric, paladin, amazon, ranger, berserker and juggernaut; each one with different combat abilities, a quick movement skill, an active block skill to mitigate the damage and a summonable banner which grants temporary buffs.
There are many types of skills, ranged, melee, piercing projectiles, explosive projectiles, channelings, frontal AOE, 360° AOE, single target DOT, AOE DOT, summonings, etc. You can boost them with passive upgrades and you can add special effects too by using mythic items.
LEVELS, STATISTICS AND UPGRADES
By killing enemies you will earn experience and level up until level 50. You can reach the maximum level in every difficulty, so if you just want to relax and play only at Normal, you can stick to it all the way.
Each level awards you some statistic points to distribute between power, energy and vitality which are in common among all the members of your guild and they are boosted from the statistics of the character you're currently using. You also gain one upgrade point, which you can spend to select and improve some passive abilities and if you have a change of mind you can reset everything for free.
Each character has also got a statistic called luck, this bonus gives a chance to double your loot every time you kill an enemy or break/open a container; on top of that you can also stack magic and gold find through the bonuses of your equipment and the passive upgrades to gain more gold and increase the chance to find rare items.
The equipment consists of 14 slots: helmet, chest, gloves, pants, boots, amulet, two rings, three type of weapon (melee, ranged and magic), a shield, a banner and a pet.
You can hunt for rare items by killing enemies or looting containers and treasure chests. You can also buy and sell from/to merchants in the encampment and gamble for unidentified items; or if you like to craft, you can gather materials and craft your own equipment at the forge.
There are five qualities of items, normal, magic, rare, epic and mythic; all the items but the normal ones (which are needed for crafting), increase your character's statistics and add some passive bonuses. The better quality, the more and stronger are the bonuses. On top of that mythic items come with a special effect which will greatly enhance your character.
When you equip a pet it will be summoned at your side and it will follow you and fight with you. Your pet will attack any enemy on sight but you can call it back to you whenever you want and set it to passive mode. Some pets are melee, other are ranged and all of them have got a special ability. Like items, pets come in different qualities, from normal to mythic, and you can also boost them by spending upgrade points in the relative skills.
47. Golden Dungeons
Golden Dungeons - is a simple hardcore platformer game, the goal to get out of the cave.
The game may seem simple, but some levels so hard, and you need a lot of free time to pass it's.
It will bring a challenge to your skill, reaction, and adaptability. Sometimes the levels will not seem to be passable, but we have always way out ...
- Simple controls
- Pleasant music.
- Over 25+ levels.
- Secrets and bonus levels.
- Hardcore gameplay.
- More than 3 hours of gameplay
Nothing superfluous, enjoy the game!
"I met Anne first, waiting for the bus. I asked her what she was selling and she laughed and said nothing, nothing at all, that what she had to offer was free for anyone who wanted it bad enough. I asked her what had helped her. She just said 'James.'"
Sagebrush is a short-form first-person narrative adventure about exploring the compound of an apocalyptic Millenialist cult in remote New Mexico years after they collectively took their lives in a mass suicide event.
In Sagebrush, you'll investigate the long-abandoned Black Sage Ranch, the former home of Perfect Heaven, an apocalyptic cult formed in the early 1990s under the guiding hand of the prophet Father James.Inspired by Real-World Apocalyptic CultsBased on extensive research into cult groups both famous and obscure, large and small, Sagebrush avoids simplistic motivations and easy answers. The members of the Flock are diverse and complex people with varied needs, hopes, and fears.An Immersive, Lo-Fi 3D WorldSagebrush features an evocative low-poly, low-resolution, less-is-more art style that combines retro aesthetics with modern technology, along with a fully-realized soundscape and an original ambient musical score that immerses you in the remote New Mexico desert.A Whole Compound to ExploreBlack Sage Ranch is yours to wander, from the trailers that housed the cultists, to the halls where they gathered for food and prayer, to the old mines that stretch out below the compound, untouched for nearly a century.Uncover the Real StoryFind notes, recordings, and belongings that give insight into the people who lived at Black Sage Ranch. What did they believe? Why did they join? Were they happy? And why did they choose to end it all?
Estimated Playtime: 60-120 minutes
49. The Overdreamer
The Overdreamer is a side-scrolling 2D horror game, in which you must use and combinate various items in order to defeat your enemies and carry on, so that you can figure out what's happening behind the scenes.
The protagonist is Niki, a little girl who finds herself in a nightmare, even though she doesn't even remember the time she went to bed. She's somewhat quick to realize that she cannot wake up from this nightmare, and the dream may not even be completely her own.
In physical battle, most of her enemies can kill her in an instant, so she has to rely on her smarts instead of her strength in order to overcome them, hide from them or trap them.
Can you fix the game in time?
Release is coming very soon, and several glitches have been reported. Your job is to fix them in time.
Each level features a different set of glitches that will affect the gameplay: low gravity, water physics, larger enemies, bigger explosions... and many more (there are currently over 40 glitches implemented in the game).
In order to help you fix all these glitches, you can unlock special powers, such as a rocket launcher, a teleporter, a gravity inverter, a shotgun, as path finder... as well as a perk, which will make your job easier, for instance by reducing damage, dropping more items, giving you more health...
Picking the right powers for the right glitches can make all the difference!
Each level is procedurally generated and can be restarted if you fail, but will consume time. Its general layout will remain the same so you can learn from your mistakes.
A very early version of the game made first in the mobile category of js13k 2016, and second overall.
However, the game has changed a lot since then and the js13k entry is not representative of the final product.
The game features both keyboard and controller support.