The best games like Casper are:
- arrow_rightOrcs Must Die! 2
- arrow_rightGears 5
- arrow_rightUltimate Chicken Horse
- arrow_rightNancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen
- arrow_rightWoah Dave!
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1. Orcs Must Die! 2
The game takes place a few days after the events of the first part of Orcs must die!. The Sorceress is trying to escape from the crowd. And suddenly, mysteriously, a massive split opens up next to her. She crosses the threshold and finds herself in the Dwarven Mines, right in front of a War Mage who now works at the mines. She enlists his help in the fight against the orcs. But the two discovered that more and more cracks are opening up in different places. They decide to enter the rift and return to the Dead World.
You play as the War Mage, the headstrong hero who charges into danger or play as the more strategic Sorceress who keeps The Mob at bay with mind-control and magic.
You have to defend new fortresses and mines of gnomes, as well as destroy tens of thousands of orcs and other monsters — at your disposal a variety of weapons, spells, guards, traps and amulets. You are given the opportunity to go through a new campaign with friends in a joint game - or fight for survival in endless mode!
2. Gears 5
From one of gaming’s most acclaimed sagas, Gears is bigger than ever, with five thrilling modes and the deepest campaign yet. With all-out war descending, Kait Diaz breaks away to uncover her connection to the enemy and discovers the true danger to Sera – herself.
*Xbox Live account required. Visit www.gears5.com for additional information.
You are Aragami, a vengeful spirit with the power to control the shadows. You’ve been summoned by Yamiko, a girl imprisoned in the city fortress of Kyuryu. Embark on a dark journey full of blood and secrets to discover the truth about aragami. Infiltrate the occupied city of Kyuryu with your supernatural powers and fight Light with Shadow. Uncover a story about twin souls bound together by destiny that surpasses time and memory.Key Features:EMBRACE THE SHADOWS
Create your own shadows to become invisible. Teleport from shadow to shadow while you hunt down your targets. Use a wide array of Shadow Powers to creatively dispatch your enemies.
CHOOSE YOUR PLAYSTYLE
Multiple paths to beat each scenario and approach every situation. Play as a merciless emissary of death or an undetectable ghost. Your story, your choices.
Fight Kaiho, the army of Light, and rescue Yamiko – the mysterious girl that summoned you and that is the key to your existence.
4. Ultimate Chicken Horse
Ever wish you were a wall-jumping, arrow-dodging, trap-setting horse, besting your animal pals in a race through a peril-laden obstacle course that you all built together?
Ultimate Chicken Horse is a party platformer where you and your friends build the level as you play, placing deadly traps before trying to reach the end of the level. If you can make it but your friends can't, you get a point! Play online or locally with your animal buddies and experiment with a wide variety of platforms in all sorts of strange locations to find new ways to mess with your friends.Key Features
- Online and local play
- Unique game flow, from strategic block placement to twitch control platforming
- 10 levels with different features (for now)
- Save and share what you build
- Huge library of blocks to create an infinite variety of levels
- Play as a chicken, horse, sheep, and other wonderful animals
- Fun, cartoony art style
- Sweet funky soundtrack
Please note: there is no "single-player" version of this game. There is online multiplayer, where you can join random lobbies with friends or strangers, so you can still enjoy the game alone! We have also added "Free-play" mode, which allows you to play by yourself, but is only useful for building levels and attempting to run through them.
5. Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen
Enter the Cursed Tomb of the Lost Queen! Egyptologists and archaeologists are abuzz about recent discoveries by a university dig team, but suspicious accidents left the group isolated and leaderless. Is a curse burying their progress or is someone sabotaging their success? Find out as you assume the role of Nancy Drew and uncover the lost secrets buried within the Tomb of the Lost Queen!Key features:Translate Hieroglyphs!
Decipher ancient clues and warnings
Uncover Hidden Chambers!
Reassemble artifacts and solve ancient puzzles
Play games and learn about early Egyptian life as you explore
Carefully Choose Your Words!
How you ask questions may uncover surprising answers
Sleuth with a New Interface!
Review important goals and notes in seconds
Enjoy Enhanced Graphics!
Immerse yourself in the most richly detailed Nancy Drew mystery ever
Select Difficulty Levels!
Play at Amateur or Master Sleuth level
Categories in common with Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen: Adventure
Battletoads are here to fight aliens form other words. Get into the battle with the most baddest toads on the planet! These toads are here to kick some rear end and chew gum...and they are all out of chewing gum. The aliens are attempting to invade the planet and all that stands in their way are these mutant toads. Battle aliens through intense and challenging levels. Shoot the invaders as quick as you can. Don't let them invade the planet or you lose! The planet needs your help! Are you ready? Let's go!
7. Woah Dave!
From the folks behind the BIT.TRIP series comes the frantic insanity that is WOAH DAVE! Help our hero, Dave Lonuts, survive an insane alien invasion and line his pockets with shiny pennies.
Hurl alien eggs, skull bombs, and explosive WOAH blocks to stay alive and sky rocket yourself to high score fame and fortune.
The brave players who manage to survive the alien onslaught and collect the most coins will be rewarded with top placement on the fierce online leaderboards. Do you have what it takes to be the world’s best Dave? Or will you end up playing second fiddle to another, more powerful Dave?
Woah Dave! also features a local two-player competitive mode, where two Daves can go head-to-head in a battle to collect the most coins. We aren’t exaggerating when we say it could very well result in ruined friendships and unsalvageable marriages. Competitive games are good like that.
If that isn’t enough Dave for you, there’s also Bonkers Mode with more aliens, more lava, and more chances to get killed. Those who brave the storm will be rewarded with a splendor of precious coinage; those who fail will be revoked of their License to Dave.
Good luck, and may the best Dave win.
8. Resident Evil Zero
Resident Evil Zero, known in Japan as Biohazard Zero, is a survival horror game developed and published by Capcom. It is the fifth major installment in the Resident Evil series and was originally released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2002. It is a prequel to Resident Evil (2002), covering the ordeals experienced in the Arklay Mountains by the special police force, S.T.A.R.S. Bravo Team. The story follows officer Rebecca Chambers and convicted criminal Billy Coen as they explore an abandoned training facility for employees of the pharmaceutical company Umbrella. The gameplay is similar to early Resident Evil games, but includes a unique "partner zapping" system. The player controls both Rebecca and Billy, switching control between them to solve puzzles and use their unique abilities.
Development for Resident Evil Zero began on the Nintendo 64 in 1998. The partner system was created to take advantage of the short load times possible with the capabilities of the N64 Game Pak. The cartridge format also provided limitations, as the storage capacity was significantly less than that of a CD-ROM. The team had to approach the design differently from previous series entries to conserve storage space. Resident Evil Zero was designed to be more difficult than previous Resident Evil games. Inspired by Sweet Home (1989), the team removed the item storage boxes present in earlier games and introduced a new item-dropping feature. Development slowed when the team encountered memory storage problems, and so production was moved to the newly announced GameCube. The game had to be rebuilt, with only the concept and story carried over.
Resident Evil Zero received generally positive reviews. Critics praised the graphics and audio for building a haunting atmosphere. Opinions on the new partner and item systems were mixed. Some found the changes were an improvement and added new layers of strategy; others believed the changes were cumbersome or non-innovative. The controls were panned as outdated and Capcom was criticized for not evolving the series' tank controls. The game was ported to the Wii in 2008, and a high-definition remaster was released in January 2016. These re-releases received mixed reviews due to lack of improvements made to the original. Resident Evil Zero is commercially successful, having sold over 2.5 million copies across all platforms.
Categories in common with Resident Evil Zero: Adventure
9. Pokémon Pinball
Pokémon Pinball (Japanese: ポケモンピンボール, Hepburn: Pokemon Pinbōru) is a pinball-based Pokémon spin-off video game for the Game Boy Color. It was released in Japan on April 14, 1999, and in North America on June 28, 1999. In it, the ball is a Poké Ball, and most of the objects on the table are Pokémon-related.
Like any pinball game, the main objective is to get points, using the different modes of advances to score them at a higher rate. Pokémon Pinball has a secondary objective hinted at by the tagline "Gotta Catch 'em All," which is to collect all 151 Pokémon to fill your Pokédex. The Pokédex is saved between individual games, so it can be built up over time.
Categories in common with Pokémon Pinball: Action
Platform: Game Boy Color
10. Master Reboot
Imagine a world where death is no longer final, where precious memories are saved to enjoy forever, where your soul is immortal, welcome to the Soul Cloud. Upload your soul to our dedicated servers and relax knowing that a part of you will live on for eternity. That favorite holiday, happy moments from your childhood, meeting that special someone for the first time. All these memories saved for your digital soul for your family to revisit again and again. The Soul Cloud - saving your past to secure your future.
Master Reboot is a haunting first person sci-fi adventure game set inside the Soul Cloud. It's an exploration game with action and puzzle elements set across 34 unique environments. In the not-too-distant future exists the Soul Cloud, a giant server that holds the data of your soul and your memories when you die. The Soul Cloud is filled with floating islands, each island looks like a town, village or city filled with rooms, skyscrapers and houses that hold people’s memories. To house your Soul, a family member (or you before you die) must purchase an island on the Soul Cloud where the server will generate rooms, houses or skyscrapers that hold each and every memory from the deceased’s past.
The game features a distinctive visual style, intriguing story-line, psychological adventure-game action and a dynamic atmospheric soundtrack. Get prepared for upload......Where am I?.....Who am I?......It's time to piece your life......and death back together.
• Gorgeous visual style
• Intriguing story-line
• 34 explorable environments
• Dynamic atmospheric soundtrack
• Supports the Welsh Language
11. The Warlock of Firetop Mountain
The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is a tabletop adventure come to life! This fantasy solo RPG combines unique, simultaneous turn-based combat with a journey that changes based on each figurine you take into Firetop Mountain! Which hero will you take into Zagor's lair THIS time?
The original 1982 Fighting Fantasy gamebook paperback, written by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson, has been transformed into an epic table-top adventure game, with new areas to explore, characters to meet, and of course, monsters to slay! Zagor's home assembles right before your eyes as you travel deep into the belly of the mountain.
Each character has their own motivations for being in Firetop Mountain, changing the way the gamebook is written and choices presented. Combat is fought using the digital miniatures in a simultaneous, turn-based system called GridBluff, and the game includes over 100 unique hero and monster figurines to discover.
12. Monster Hunter Generations
Check out the Monster
Hunter Generations Special Demo.
Experience the most dynamic Monster Hunter experience yet! Take on the
role of a fledgling monster hunter and face down larger than life beasts
as you journey to become the ultimate hunter. Along your journey you'll
defend each of the game's four villages from new major threats—the Fated
Four - powerful new monsters that have emerged.
Monster Hunter Generations introduces all new gameplay mechanics
including Hunting Styles and Hunter Arts that allow you to fully
customize your playstyle. Take to the skies and attack monsters from
mid-air using the Aerial style or perform deadly counter attacks using
the Adept style. Master a variety of Hunter Arts to unleash devastating
attacks against your enemies or generate powerful buffs for you and your
With hundreds of quests in store, there are tons of challenges to tackle
in a solo adventure. But remember, don't hunt alone! Form a party with
up to three other friends locally or online to take on the toughest
Categories in common with Monster Hunter Generations: Action
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
13. Hocus Pocus
This mission will take Hocus to 16 unique realms, each filled with unique dangers and enemies. Few have survived Terexin's final test. For many it's a one-way trip.
Along the way Hocus will encounter dragons, imps, ghosts and 30 more unique creatures, demons and enemies. Survive, and Hocus becomes a full-fledged, card carrying Wizard. The other option is not so favorable. After every two levels of play the level graphics, background and enemies completely change, giving this game unparalleled variety. Hocus Pocus is a action platform game, with exciting puzzles built into each level's structure.
Hocus is armed with a standard magic spell (he's not yet a full Wizard, after all), but he can find several potions that give him a temporary boost of magical energy. There are potions that give Hocus the ability to shoot rapidly, jump higher, teleport and fire a devastating energy blast, among others.Features
So Smooth, It's Magic: Smooth 360-degree scrolling, with a parallax background.
Six is the Magic Number: Over 6 megs of 256-color VGA animated graphics.
Monster Mayhem: Over 30 different monsters, four huge bosses and 36 huge levels.
A Wizard's Tale: Game saves, selectable skill levels and four cheat passwords!
Controller Support: Partial Xbox 360 Controller support.
14. Phantasy Star Online (2000)
Phantasy Star Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega for the Dreamcast in 2000 in Japan and 2001 worldwide. Unlike previous turn-based games in the Phantasy Star series, Phantasy Star Online features real-time hack and slash combat. The game was a critical and commercial success, and was followed by expansions and sequels including Phantasy Star Online Episode III (2003), Phantasy Star Universe (2006) and Phantasy Star Online 2 (2012). Phantasy Star Online can still be played online through private servers.
15. Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors
Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, titled as Vampire: The Night Warriors (ヴァンパイア The Night Warriors, Vanpaia Za Naito Wōriāzu) in Japan, is the first title in the Darkstalkers fighting game series, developed and released by Capcom in 1994, originally for the CPS II arcade hardware. It was ported to the PlayStation by Psygnosis in 1996.
Categories in common with Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors: Fighting
16. 007 Racing
007 Racing is a racing video game based on the James Bond license. It was developed by Eutechnyx, published by Electronic Arts, and released in 2000 for the PlayStation console system. This game marks the seventh appearance of Pierce Brosnan's James Bond; the game included his likeness but not his voice, which is provided by Tim Bentinck. Including many revived characters from previous entries, the game is considered to be a spin-off out of the original chronicles.
Categories in common with 007 Racing: Racing
Rampage is a 1986 arcade game by Bally Midway. Players take control of gigantic monsters trying to survive against onslaughts of military forces. Each round is completed when a particular city is completely reduced to rubble. Warner Bros. currently owns all rights to the property via their purchase of Midway Games.
18. Leisure Suit Larry
“What’s your sign, baby?”
-Leisure Suit Larry
“Wrong Way.” -any woman.
Leisure Suit Larry has done it longer, deeper, and stronger. He’s been “around the block”, so to speak. It’s quite an accomplishment for a man wearing a suit that’s been out of style long before it was manufactured. He’s seen it all, from sleazy nightclubs and seedy bars with alleys that should be avoided at all times. He’s even gone native for a bit and grabbed a piece of the island life. His life has been full of tight spots and pulsating pectorals. His lizard’s always lounging and looking for love in several wrong places, the more the merrier! Always willing and able to perform some undercover work, our man Larry is a swingin’ single guy out for some action! His lines are as groovy as a record and his strut is something to be seen!
Leisure Suit Larry’s Greatest Hits and Misses features the loveable loser Larry Laffer in five complete adventures with throbbing suspense, pulchritudinous point-and-click action, and some parsing on the side! Hubba hubba! Help Larry score as you hit the town of Lost Wages, Nevada which “looks like a huge neon dinosaur making it with 6,000 acres of electrified sequins”, the scintillating sandy shores of Nontoonyt Island, and go to Los Angeles and paint the town red. Celebrate Larry’s finest years and remember, big things come in small packages!
Includes Leisure Suit Larry 1-6 (LSL 6 is in VGA and SVGA), the VGA remake of Leisure Suit Larry 1, and Softporn Adventure. The (in)famous missing floppies containing Leisure Suit Larry 4 are still missing. No, we are not hiding them, either. Play as one of gaming’s longest lasting legends: Leisure Suit Larry! Al Lowe’s famously risque humor and bodacious babes that are waiting to “work out” with you!
19. Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
Joe Musashi’s sworn enemy, the Neo Zeed are secretly rebuilding an organization in Japan after the battle in Neo City.
Joe (code name Shinobi) senses the evil power growing and starts to make his way back to fight the Neo Zeed once again.
Categories in common with Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master: Action
20. The Janitor
The Janitor is a first person horror game. You play as a janitor, called Max Taylor, who is send to an asylum by his boss to repair a broken pipe and a broken electric panel. Max knows that the asylum is abandoned, but he isn't feeling bad about going there although his boss warned him not stay to long there. Once arrived he quickly notices that something is wrong. Blood everywhere and strange noises can be heard. Short time after looking around a went-wrong experiment of the government rushes to him.
Max has to worry about his life while trying to escape the asylum - but there is one problem: The elevator is broken! Max hurries to find some tools and machine parts to repair the hydraulic pump.
As soon as the elevator is repaired he has to look into the eyes of danger again! His only chance to escape is to jump down the elevator shaft. Max Taylor is wounded and unconscious. Right after waking up he finds himself in huge underground catacombs. Hunted by fear and the went-wrong experiment he has to find the exit!
Will he find it?Gameplay Features
The Janitor focuses on breathtaking horror elements such as jump scares, physcally enemies and the fear of darkness.
- Realistic, modern graphic based on physical based rendering systems
- Horrific ambience with stunning sounds and jump scares
- Interactive world
- Solve puzzles to continue in story
- Extremely intelligent AI with progressive behavior
- Character stats are influencing the AI behavior, such as heartbeat, loud breathing, body odor or blood
- The feeling of never beeing safe
Build weird and wonderful vehicles using whatever you can find. Master rockets, balloons, parachutes and more. Save as many Keebles as you can, and be quick - the Whale at the End of the World won't wait forever!
Keebles challenges you to build vehicles to transport the fragile Bobble across 30 challenging levels, saving Keebles along the way.
Use the Workshop to design your vehicle. Different levels provide different items to make your vehicle from. Make use of various wheels, beams and gadgets to roll, slide, float and fly. The best design isn't always the most complicated, nor the most simple. Experiment and see what works best!
There are five stars to be earned for each level, plus a bonus Time Challenge award. Getting all of them isn't going to be easy, but it will be fun!
22. Corridor Z
Ordinary high school, zombie outbreak and the bunch of survivors in a run for life.
This time you don't 'face' the obstacles, but the actual pursuit. Don't let the zombies catch you up, throw them the obstacles and aim for the head before they take the first bite. In the meantime find the lost recordings of the audio log and reveal where did the infection come from in your small town.
* Experience the most genre refreshing runner in years
* Get thrilled with the unique and intense gameplay
* Help the pom-pom girl, the jock and the jarhead to survive
* Discover the infection's mystery with voice-overed story
* Stock the awesome upgradeable arsenal: pistols, SMGs, shotguns and more
* Immerse yourself in multiple objectives designed for each of the characters
* ...and shoot down tons of running horror!
Be quick or be undead!
23. Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior
Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior is a video game first released for Commodore 64 personal computers in 1987; the title was developed and published by Palace Software, and ported to other computers in the following months. The developers licensed the game to Epyx, who published it as Death Sword in the United States. Barbarian is a fighting game that gives players control over sword-wielding barbarians. In the game's two-player mode, players pit their characters against each other. Barbarian also has a single-player mode, in which the player's barbarian braves a series of challenges set by an evil wizard to rescue a princess.
Instead of using painted artwork for the game's box, Palace Software used photos of hired models. The photos, also used in advertising campaigns, featured Michael Van Wijk (who would later become famous as 'Wolf' in the TV series Gladiators) as the hero and bikini-clad Maria Whittaker, a model who was then associated with The Sun tabloid's Page Three topless photo shoots. Palace Software's marketing strategy provoked controversy in the United Kingdom, with protests focused on the sexual aspects of the packaging rather than decapitations and other violence within the game. The ensuing controversy boosted Barbarian's profile, helping to make it a commercial success. Game critics were impressed with its fast and furious combat, and dashes of humour. The game was Palace Software's critical hit; boosted by Barbarian's success, Palace Software expanded its operations and started publishing other developers' work. In 1988, the company released a sequel, Barbarian II: The Dungeon of Drax.
Categories in common with Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior: Fighting
24. Knights of the Round
Knights of the Round (Japanese: ナイツオブザラウンド) is an arcade game released by Capcom in 1991. A side-scrolling beat 'em up based loosely on the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, the game features an action role-playing video game-like level advancement system, with fighters automatically being upgraded to new weapons and armor as they advance through the game.
Categories in common with Knights of the Round:
The evil cocus have invaded Bibou's island. The island was a peaceful home for him and his family.
The cocus and their leader want the Yellow Stones, which are scattered around the land.
Bibou must explore each area of the island and collect these stones before they fall into the hands of the cocus.
Select and explore the different areas of the island.
You can play minigame for make points or win lives in the case you have few.
Choose the difficulty and cool effects at any time in the stage selection screen.
That way you can choose the stage, difficulty and cool effect of way you want.
26. MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head
Beavis and Butt-Head (advertised as MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head: The Game) is the title of three tie-in video games based on the animated television series of the same name that were released by Viacom New Media in 1994 for the Super NES, Genesis and Game Gear. The three versions differ completely from each other, sharing only the basic premise involving the titular characters searching for tickets to a GWAR concert. The games were advertised as featuring music by the band. A fourth version was later released for the Game Boy by GT Interactive Software in 1998 without the GWAR tie-in.
Categories in common with MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head: Action
27. American McGee's Grimm
The true meaning of the word fear...
Once upon a time, fairy tales were valuable cautionary yarns filled with dire warnings and sage advice. However, over time, the stories have become so watered down with cute woodland creatures and happy endings that they have lost their true meaning and purpose. No more! This is American McGee's Grimm, and Happily Ever After ends now!
Experience an incredible adventure built around the world's best-known fairy tales. As Grimm, you will transform the classic tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and more of your favorites into darkly twisted Grimm versions of themselves in 23 episodes. Each game episode is centered around one of the world's best-known fairy tales and provides 30 minutes of gameplay. Each episode is a complete, standalone experience and the episodes can be played in any order. Includes 23 episodes, divided into three seasons. Each episode offers approximately a half an hour of gameplay, Grimm is written and executive-produced by the same person as American McGee's Alice. Spicy Horse Games is using Unreal Engine 3 technology for American McGee's Grimm.
28. Cross of the Dutchman
Cross of the Dutchman is an action adventure game based on the true story of the folk legend 'Pier Gerlofs Donia'.
The story takes place in medieval Western Europe, in the province of Frisia, near the turn of the 16th century. Though Pier and his family lived in peace, the world around them was changing for the worse. Saxon legions were invading nearby villages, making the lives of the native people next to impossible. On one fateful day, Pier got involved with the Saxon oppressors, escalating the situation for the worse. The events portrayed in this great adventure caused Pier to gather a band of farmers and form a front against the oppressors. The acts that followed made Pier into the legend he is known for, the Cross of the Dutchman.
29. Blade (2000)
Make way through various vampire-infested locations. Ventures through warehouses, sewers, museums, city streets, and nightclubs dispatching numerous types of enemies ranging from familiars (humans that do a vampire's bidding), vampires, zombies, monsters, killer dogs, and other creatures of the night.
Blade has his trademark sword, can also use fists as well as a variety of firearms including pistols, shotguns, and machine pistols. Each firearm has three different types of ammunition: standard, explosive, and silver, each with its own effect on different enemies. Blade is also equipped with a "multi-launcher" to kill vampires with silver glaives and UV grenades.
Blade is a video game based on the 1998 film adaptation of the Blade character that starred Wesley Snipes. Upon release, critics were mixed to negative in reviews; they were critical of the graphics, camera, controls, voice acting, and that it "failed to capture the spirit" of the movie.
Categories in common with Blade (2000): Action
30. Forgotten, Not Lost - A Kinetic Novel
Forgotten, Not Lost comes from the creators of A More Beautiful World and is a kinetic novel that tackles the theme of dementia and is a visual novel that hopes to bring tears into our readers' eyes, especially those who have gone through similar situations when dementia or Alzheimer's has claimed the memory of a loved one.
Set in a medieval world, take the role of a farmer, who has dementia and is slowly forgetting details of his life to the heartache of his elderly wife... Or is it that simple?
The author of the story, Darren Kwok, based it off actual experiences caring for someone with dementia - Afterthought Studios' in concert with our motto of Touching Hearts Through Words, created this short kinetic novel.
For media inquiries, please email [email protected]
31. Medal of Honor: Infiltrator
Medal of Honor: Infiltrator is a top-down third-person shooter video game, the sixth installment in the Medal of Honor series, and the second game for the Game Boy Advance. The game was developed by Netherock Ltd. and published by EA Games in North America on November 2003, and in Europe and Japan on December 2003. It is the only game in the franchise that PEGI has given a rating of less than 12+.
Categories in common with Medal of Honor: Infiltrator:
Platform: Game Boy Advance
32. Spooky Cats
This cute little kitty cat is alone and lost in a haunted house! Only by collecting pennies, saving a girl named Penny, and defeating monsters can she find the way out! Use your fast fingers to defeat this adorably dark and funny platform game.
Dis game is so scawwwy!
Includes Xbox gamepad support (if supported by your OS).
YouTube Let's Play/Reviewers: Feel free to use Spooky Cats gameplay in your online monetized videos.
33. Blitz Breaker
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What is it?
Blitz Breaker is a simple, accessible twitch platformer with one small change: Your character can't run.
Play as an adorable little robot named Blitz, where your goal is to escape the factory you were built in. The problem is that it seems like everything is trying to break you! That is, with the exception of Chip: A friendly computer helper who is totally your friend!
The gameplay is as simple as it is satisfying. Blitz can only jump, and perform an air dash in one of 4 directions. Upon colliding with an object that doesn't break you, you are free to dash again. Use this to navigate a variety of challenges and hazards, including spikes, cannons, missiles, lasers, mines and even giant mechanical monsters.
Featuring challenging but fair difficulty, the skill lies in your timing, and ability to react. Perfecting these skills grants you stars, which are used to unlock additional heads to dress Blitz up in. Your ability to search and explore can lead you to secrets, and keys to portals harboring even greater challenges.
- Simple + multiple control schemes. You can play with keyboard or gamepad (optimized for 360 gamepad), and the entire game can be played one handed. (Currently working on support for Steam Controller)
- Tough but fair difficulty
- 101 lovingly handed crafted levels
- Four boss levels to challenge and conquer
- Over 20 heads to discover and collect (some are more secret than others)
- Secret Warp Zones to unlock and challenge
- A wicked chiptune sound track by Fat Bard
- Fantastic arcade cabinet style side art to decorate your experience
34. Dragon Spear
The Dragon Spear is a traditional Sidescroller RPG game.
Explore a world corrupted by nightmares and hunt powerful bosses with friends.
If you kill the boss, you can make equipment with boss power.
All gears has a unique appearance.
Dressing on your own character with various Costume.
Heroes become stronger through adventure.
You can learn new skills by doing leve-up.
Grow a hero and face stronger enemies.
Clear the area of adventure and an abyss opens.
The gap in the abyss is very difficult, so challenge with your friends.
You get a lot of pets in the abyss.
Pet makes the hero more powerful.
35. Fire Arrow Plus
Fire Arrow and Fire Arrow X are time attack (or 'Caravan', what used to be an important tradition in Japanese STGs in 90s) style shooters with a heavy emphasis on scoring, also known as "coffee break shmups"
Fire Arrow (Remastered):
• Enemy waves and various other elements are randomized. Unpredictable special events may even trigger on subsequent plays.
• Difficulty ramps up rather quickly and the better you do, the harder it will get.
• Collect as many medals as you can, as you progress further into the game, they will become more valuable and plentiful.
• Novice, 3 Minute, 5 Minute modes provide varying levels of challenge as well as a potentially greater variety of enemies and bosses to encounter. There is also a special unlockable mode that provides the greatest challenge.
• Freely switch between a wide spread shot (Red) and a narrow vulcan shot (Blue) to better adapt to the situation. Unlock the bonus ship for even greater firepower!
• Along with screen-clearing bombs, you also have a powerful DUAL ATTACK.
NEW to Steam version:
• New endings!
• More convenient menus.
• Completely rebalanced gameplay.
• Bonus round is now accessible by normal play on a certain mode.
• All new original soundtrack.
• Native gamepad support.
Fire Arrow X :
• This semi-sequel or semi-remake depending on how you look at it expands upon the basic gameplay of Fire Arrow while also changing up some of the rules.
• All the same modes and explosive action... now with more enemies, crazier bosses and even greater challenges!
• An unlockable endless mode if you need your endless fix after completing what the base game has to offer.
36. Last Days
Save or enslave? "Last Days" is a survival, zombie, horror, rpg game where every choice matters and will affect you long term. Scavenge for materials and weapons in post-apocalyptic Maine. This is not an easy task however, zombies search even the most Rural areas to find food. The story of "Last Days" creates itself based on your actions and words. Making good choices to better your people ultimately will bring you victory. Assemble a crew to perform certain tasks and make your own outpost. Find survivors in the area and make them your slaves or citizens. What kind of story will you make?
-Beautiful Pixel Art
The game is in a stable build but the game files are broken. The game can no longer be worked on. If you want a complete game, I do not suggest you purchase this game.
This is a very strange story about a little robot that wakes in a very strange place with a very strange purpose. Everything that surrounds him is really dangerous. He doesn't know why, but something inside is telling him that he should overcome all these traps...
But why is he doing this? He doesn't understand what is going on until he gets in a bar.
Now he is not a robot anymore...
So the basic concept is:
The First type of gameplay (platformer) - our hero is locked in the body of a robot and he has to go through all puzzle chambers.
Occasionally, he will awaken in his real body. And this is...
The second type of gameplay (adventure/visual novel) - here our hero will interact with other characters. Let's call it a storytelling part of the game.
- Over 1000 of High-Quality 3DCG Uncensored images;
- Intriguing story;
- A lot of humor;
- Smooth and "spicy" animations;
- 4-5 Hours of gameplay;
- Hot girls are waiting;
- More than 50 achievements;
- A lot of minigames and other cool stuff!
You can control the character using these keyboard keys:
A - Move left;
D - Move right;
Left Mouse Button - use your pulse (dash);
Right Mouse Button - Camera control;
ESC - menu.
The visual novel/adventure aspect of the game is controlled by the mouse.
P.S. If minigames are too hard for you, just skip them using ESC.
Have you ever heard about Chinese wood knots? If you’re not familiar with them, I’m sure you know the Magic Cube. We all went crazy handling the Magic Cube, and it was our source of inspiration for making Knot.
Knot is a 3D mechanical puzzle game with realistic graphics that will fully immerse you into its world. Each puzzle is composed of blocks that are mechanically interlocked. Your mission is to find a way to solve it by moving and rotating the correct block in order to disassemble the puzzle.
Some puzzles are easy while others are quite challenging. But don’t worry, we created the perfect atmosphere that will allow you to relax and complete your mission. You will need to be focused, because the more puzzles you solve, the harder it becomes to move a block.
These interlocking puzzles are composed of multiple materials including wood, copper, stone, etc.
We hope that you will enjoy the brain teasers as much as we did designing them. Don’t hesitate to leave us a comment or question. We will be happy to answer as much as we can.
-- 40 unique brain teasers
-- 20 unique materials
-- Many achievements to unlock
-- Gorgeous graphics
In Piloteer, a whimsical and serenely challenging physics-based game about learning to fly, a renowned inventor is determined to overcome the stigma associated with flying a jetpack and convince the world that jetpacks should be revered by all.
Blending elements of both physics and trick-based games, players will need to maneuver their state-of-the-art jetpack through the skies while completing a myriad of increasingly difficult missions to change public perceptions.
Players will find themselves immersed in a wholly integrated physics simulation, making the beautiful world around them feel dynamic, unpredictable, and alive.
Ridiculous failure is imminent in Piloteer, making the accomplishments along the way feel all the more rewarding. Put on your jetpack and take to the skies!
• Increasingly challenging gameplay with sixty different missions
• Three beautiful environments to fly around in
• Career and Free Fly modes
• Custom-composed, serene piano score
• Silly and ridiculous physics-based ragdoll effects
40. Can Knockdown 2
Millions of players can't be wrong! The most addicting title of 2010 strikes back with new astonishing levels and even more precise sniper action! Once again your aiming skills will be put to test but this time more challenges await! Can Knockdown 2 is the ultimate sequel you've been wishing for - 3 amazing and rewarding game modes which will keep you playing all night long, high-resolution eye-catching gorgeous 3D graphics, full Game Center support, true to life physics, realistic sounds and so much more!
Fight against your own weaknesses while aiming and throwing balls at piles of cans in the improved and polished all time classic Can Knockdown! Prove your accuracy by destroying popping-up moving targets and fight against time in the new "hit-the-target" mode! Show off your skills and impress your friends while collecting bonuses and knocking down cans moving on a conveyor! Can Knockdown 2 is like three top-notch games in one - it will keep you, your family and friends hooked for months to come! Get this new iDreams title now and lose yourself in a world of addictive gameplay, amazing physics and global competition! Definitely a must have in your games collection!
"excellent and original" - iPhone Life
"my favorite casual iPhone game" - Crazy Mike Apps
"Can Knockdown 2 has the feel of a party Wii game on your iPad, without the wrist injuries." - iPad Critic
"Everything looks so natural" - Orange iPhone
"a high level of addictivity" - iPlayApps
"my top time-killer app!" - iPhone App Preview
"outstanding example of creativity and enormous game fun factor." - iReviewt
"Excellent graphics, addictive gameplay" - Ukrainian iPhone
"We must warn you: this game is catchier than any other. Playing Can Knockdown 2 can cause addiction." - Letemsvetemapplem
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41. Just Get Through
The procedurally generated platformer Just Get Through, a game by the german, one-man game studio Retrific, features various gamemodes, daily runs, steam leaderboards and trading cards, a sandbox, user-generated levels, explosions, traps, precise walljumping and more. Together with roguelike elements like permadeath, procedural generation, an endless amount of challenging levels and more this underrated game forms your next platformer challenge. You play as a dude trapped somewhere in a jungle-like environment. You try to escape but there is no exit - only those portals. And everytime you jump through one of them, you just land in another dungeon with even more traps.
Use your skill and your explosives to get through an infinite amount of levels and to reach the first place in the global online highscore.
Or play user-made custom levels, that were created in the powerful sandbox mode.
- A slower platformer with long runs
- Various game modes
- Daily Runs
- Destructible Environment
- Endless fun in different randomly generated levels
- Weekly Runs
- Steam Cloud for Custom Levels and Progress
- Beautiful particles and effects
- Gamepad Support
- Dozens of unlockable color themes
- Sandbox Mode
- User-generated levels
- Consistent Style
- Start a run within seconds
- Steam Trading Cards
- Smooth 60fps
- Detailed stats
- Create, play and publish custom levels ingame
- No microtransactions
- Throwable TNT to destroy walls and traps
- Steam Leaderboards
- Steam Achievements
- and much more
Try the demo for a glimpse of the game!
This game was made by Retrific's founder Jonathan Mannshoven.
42. Red Bit Ninja
Red Bit Ninja is an old school platformer with a rope climbing physic and difficulty of the good old times.
It features classic pixel art, 60 hair pulling levels and five mean bosses.
- Pixel art style
- 5 bosses
- Engaging ninja music
- XBOX 360 Controller Support (preferable play)
- Save Level Major issue fixed.
- Full screen issue fixed.
- Tutorial integrated
- Levels rebuilt from scratch, difficulty balanced better.
- BOSSES rebalance
- New enemies
- New Traps
- Level goals improvement, portal opens with 2/3 of coins.
- Ability to replay levels once game is finished to improve score.
43. Supercharged Robot VULKAISER
GO! GO! VULKAISER!
Supercharged Robot VULKAISER is a 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling shooter from the creators of SATAZIUS and GIGANTIC ARMY! Pilot the Supercharged Robot VULKAISER and fight with your VulFighter team mates to defend the Earth from the invading Gogoh Army!Story:In 1977, the good people of Earth face their gravest ever threat... The Gogoh Army has arrived from the outer reaches of space to invade the Earth! The Gogoh Army expect conquering the Earth will be an easy task. Little do they know that the Earth is prepared to resist, thanks to the Super Electric Research Center and the pinnacle of human scientific achievement: the giant combat robot known as Supercharged Robot VULKAISER!
Ace pilot Takuya Akatsuki and Supercharged Robot VULKAISER will take on the attacking Gogoh Army, backed by the loyal VulFighter team and the head of the Super Electric Research Center, Professor Amamori! VULKAISER can COMBINE with the 4 other VulFighter craft for even more formidable firepower!
GO, GO, VULKAISER! Bring peace to the Earth!Features: ★ 6 stages of 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling metal fusion shooting game!
★ COMBINE with the VulFighter craft and harness the power of Rocket KAISER, Needle KAISER, Thunder KAISER, and Drill KAISER!
★ 4 difficulty levels to cater to Earth defense newbies and veteran heroes!
★ 34 achievements to liberate!
★ Online leaderboards to dominate!
★ Steam trading cards! to collect!
For more details, please visit the Supercharged Robot VULKAISER homepage at http://vulkaiser.com
★★ Supercharged Robot VULKAISER ★★
Created by ASTRO PORT
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44. Warlock Revenge
Darkness gathers over the Isle of Shadows, and hordes of evil demons called by the water mages are flooding the peaceful lands, sowing chaos and destruction. The evil draws its power from an ancient artifact – the book of thousands of deaths that rests in the deepest chambers of hell. Warlock Haviron decides to destroy the book and leaves for a long journey full of adventures and dangers...
Warlock Revenge is an FPS of the early 1990's type, built on Ray Casting technology. The game offers a classic gameplay, typical for the shooters of that time. Simple but exciting at the same time mechanics, alongside the fantasy style bright graphics, allows you to bring back a long-forgotten sense of nostalgia.
· Unusual setting for early shooters with a fantasy story;
· Nice detailed pixel art graphics;
· Soundtrack with epic themes;
· Classic gameplay with a variety of secrets.
Ahoy Matey's!Take t' th' high seas wit' yer wits about ye,
Fight endless hoards o' scallywags all on one screen,
sharpen yer teeth on th' blades o' yer fallen foes.
Sunken be action an packed retro pirate game fer th' cot pvp crowd!
Y'arrrr!Shiver me timbers
- Fast Paced Explosive Gameplay.
- One Hit Kills.
- Canon Balls Can Be Caught In Mid Air.
- Up to 12 Players Local Multiplayer.
- Endless hours of high seas, high stakes, pirate battle fun.
46. Cluck Yegger in Escape From The Planet of The Poultroid
As space-faring free ranger, Cluck Yegger, you’ve been shot out of the sky by none other than your old arch nemesis, Colonel Zanderz. Your disabled ship is running on limited auxiliary solar power that charges during the daytime. But at night, confined to the cockpit, you must survive unwelcomed visits from a brood of peckish genetically modified poultroid looking for a late night snack. Can you survive seven nights to ESCAPE PLANET POULTROID?
- Monitor cameras to keep tabs on the advancing poultroid.
- Listen for signs of unseen intruders.
- Activate bright lights to ward-off the nocturnal creatures.
- Activate infrared night vision to stealthily spot critters lurking in and around your ship.
- Seal cockpit doors and shield as a last line of defense.
This is a Five Nights at Freddy's style parody game with some new mechanics, fun artwork, humor and VO based on characters from the upcoming adventure game, SpaceVenture, being released by the Two Guys From Andromeda(original creators of the Space Quest series)
Survival horror with a funny, kid-friendly(playtest with ages 10 and up), sci-fi theme.
47. Ultionus: A Tale of Petty Revenge
Galactic hero Serena S has been trolled on Spacebook. This is obviously a cause to embark on an epic quest to punish the troll in question, who just happens to be The Space Prince. Guide Serena through 7 stages of shmup action, jumping, shooting, and yet decidedly more jumping and shooting to her ultimate goal of total testicular annihilation of her foe. Ultionus is a love-letter to the home computer arcade games of the late 80s and early 90s, particularly Halloween Harry, Astro Marine Corps, Duke Nukem 2 and especially Phantis/Game Over II. The game features tons of lovingly crafted pixel art, and a rockin' chiptune soundtrack by the legendary Jake 'Virt' Kaufman.
48. Technomage: Return of Eternity
Technomage: Return of Eternity is an action-RPG game developed by Sunflowers Interactive Entertainment, Sunflowers Interactive Entertainment Software and Sunflowers. It was originally released in 2001. Sunflowers published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play Technomage: Return of Eternity on PC and PlayStation.
M E S E L
Mesel is inviting you to become the protagonist and the writer of a novel at the same time. Create your own novel with your own decisions.Key Features :
- Visions From the Past ;
The player can write their own adventure and also use the flashback feature to reveal hidden memories from the past to include in their novel.
- Novel ;
Every choice the player makes and every revealed mystery is added to the novel. This way success of the novel depends on the style of the player. Depending on their game style, the player can write a novel up to up to a 100 pages.
- Puzzles ;
Solve the puzzles waiting for you in the hospital to reveal more of its mysteries.
- Documents ;
Mesel takes place in an abandoned hospital. That's why all the notes, records and letters you will find are what the old inhabitants of the hospital had left behind. Moreover, most of the documents you will find are taken from real hospital records.
- No Combat Included ;
There is no fighting or shooting in Mesel; meaning you won't have to kill dozens of bots to finish the game. All you need is your intelligence, curiosity and observation ability in order to succeed. All Gölcük Childrens' Hospital wants from you is to be discovered.
50. Blue Max
Blue Max is a video game written by Bob Polin for the Atari 8-bit family and published by Synapse Software in 1983. It was released for the Commodore 64 the same year, and in 1984 it was ported to the ZX Spectrum by U.S. Gold. In 1987 Atari Corp. published it in cartridge form for the then-new Atari XEGS.
The player controls a Sopwith Camel biplane during World War I, attempting to shoot down enemy planes and bomb targets on the diagonally scrolling terrain. It has strong similarities to the arcade game Zaxxon. The game is named after the medal Pour le Mérite, informally known as Blue Max. Its theme song is "Rule, Britannia!".
In 1984, Synapse released a sequel, Blue Max 2001, with a futuristic setting, but otherwise similar in design to the original.
Categories in common with Blue Max: Action