The best games like Dead Bits are:
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- arrow_rightMighty No. 9
- arrow_rightFive Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted
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1. System Shock 2
The game is set in the distant future of 2114, 42 years after the events of the original System Shock. We are onboard the spaceship Von Braun that returns from humanity's first interstellar expedition to Tau Ceti system. The plot follows the main character who awakens from the cryosleep, with no idea what's going on. The rest of the crew was affected by some disaster that either killed them or turned into brainwashed slaves of an alien entity called The Many. The only other survivor is presumed to be mysterious Dr. Janice Polito, who instructs the player via radio. To survive and find out what happened, the protagonist sets out to explore the dimly lit corridors of Von Braun, encountering his former friends mutated into abominations. The player can use guns, but ammunition is scarce, which forces the player to use it prudently and move ahead with caution.
The game was created by Ken Levine, the Irrational Games founder and famous designer behind such titles as BioShock and Thief: The Dark Project. System Shock series was a major inspiration for Bioshock series, which is considered its spiritual successor, as well as, to some extent, Portal series.
2. Mighty No. 9
Mighty No. 9 is a sci-fi game that strongly resembles the classic Mega Man series.
The main protagonist is Beck, a battle android from the Mighty Numbers series (his number is 9). A virus attack led to a machine uprising, and Mighty No. 9 is among the few robots that were not infected. His creator, Dr. White, sends him to stop his rampaging kin and find out who is behind the attack. The Xel technology allows Beck to bring his fellow Numbers back to reason. He will also assimilate their data to send it back to the lab so that Dr. White could find the cure for the virus. Beck is occasionally assisted by Call, a female robot unaffected by the virus.
The player controls Beck in a 2D environment. Like in Mega Man, the protagonist jumps platforms and fires a gun. Beck can also use the special acceleration ability that allows him to leap long distances and through his enemies. By leaping through injured opponents, Beck can assimilate their Xel to receive a temporary power-up. The type of a power-up depends on the color of a Xel: red gives Beck more powerful attacks, green speeds him up, yellow improves his stamina, and blue heals him. Gathering Xel from Mighty Numbers, Beck receives new special abilities.
The game includes a cooperative multiplayer for two, in which the second player controls Call. Her gameplay is very different and is largely defensive as she uses deflector shields to protect herself and Beck.
Blockstorm is an indie-made multiplayer first-person shooter developed by GhostShark.
Blockstorm's world is fully destructible, as it consists of building blocks. This allows both the players and the developers to create highly interactive maps and even worlds of large scales.
At the beginning of the game, the players create their own character out of the same building blocks the whole world consists of. You are free to make whatever you come up with as long as it follows the community guidelines. The players can also edit their weapons the way they see fit. For example, it is possible to edit the basic in-game rifle into an M60 machine gun. The players can also choose a preset character model if they don't feel like creating something new.
After that, the players are free to engage in multiplayer battles in one of the five game modes or launch up an in-game editor to create a new map or a so-called battlefield - a giant map, on which a match can be played for several hours.
The five game modes mentioned above are: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, Assault, Castle Battle, and Hunt. Assault and Castle Battle can only be played on battlefields, as they require a specific map size. In Hunt, the players look for one of the players that have enhanced speed. The players have to find the chosen one in a limited amount of time.
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An evil robot named Dron, was ordered to kidnap humans, but a young man managed to escape the clutches of Dron, his name is Aike.
Kabitis realized what had happened and decided to go after Dron and rescue the prisoners. Aike decides to join Kabitis in your search.
You can play up to two players and use gamepad.
It has about 30 stages, including bonuses and additional arenas phases that can be unlocked for the Battle Mode.
In another additional feature that can be unlocked.
During the story mode you can collect crystals, buy items from the store,
Make points, fighting enemies, Kabitis and Aike become more stronger.
You can buy bees, each has its function.
You can buy and sell time, for each phase has a timer that Dron put the exit gates.
The game has a variety of items such as the magic box.
And beware of the thorns, by touching them you get hurt or may even poison!
If something happens that you just take a little juice, but be quick.
Kabitis is a fun game that brings new challenges at every step and if you are having trouble getting somewhere
or want to achieve something that is difficult to achieve, you can use the tools of the store, such as New Platforms so you can build your own way.
A robot, a poncho and a journey of discovery! Make your way through this wonderful world of pixelated parallax platforming to solve the ultimate puzzle: who is Poncho?
The world is ruined; humanity has disappeared and all that remains are robots, trying to find a new purpose in existence. But for Poncho, the adventure is just beginning! Explore an open world full of colourful characters, leaping between parallax layers to overcome obstacles and solve puzzles. Can you make it to the Red Tower, meet your Maker and ultimately save humanity?
- A 2D world with 3D thinking! Use brains as well as platforming skill, moving back and forth through Poncho's world as well as left and right to progress.
- Discover new challenges around every corner: platforms that move when you do, areas that switch from 3D to 2D and back again, shifting walls, seemingly impossible ascents and much more!
- A philosophical and intriguing storyline filled with mystery and a dark twist...
- An open world adventure, with a multitude of solutions to every area, hidden secrets and multiple endings!
- Randomly generated NPC characters and critters that react to Poncho's presence make the world feel alive!
- Seek out and find new abilities to unlock even more secrets hidden in the world!
- Gorgeous pixel graphics mix with clever gameplay and a beautiful soundtrack to create a retro-style experience that's truly unique!
6. Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted
Unlike the PC or tablet, players will use either DualShock 4 or PS Move motion controllers to interact with the door and light controls in the offices, pick up objects in the repair games, press buttons on the video switcher, solve puzzles, and activate your flashlight.
There are also new features. For the first time in a Freddy’s game you can earn collectibles that you can play with at the prize counter. Find plushies, bobbleheads, action figures and more!
7. Colony Survival
Build your own village, castle or city and populate it with colonists! Let guards, farmers, miners, foresters, bakers, smelters and artisans work for you. After the sun has set, most colonists will go to bed, but the enemy awakens. A horde of monsters will assault your colony and try to slaughter you and your villagers. Defend your colony with walls, moats and guards!
- Multiplayer support: play with friends and strangers!
- Advanced pathfinding: colonists and zombies will find their way in the world you've build. They will dynamically navigate stairs, bridges and tunnels.
- Explore a world with realistically placed biomes. A giant jungle in the center of the world, surrounded by savannas, deserts and temperate biomes. Two polar regions in the far north and south.
- Support for textures and language packs created by players
- Dynamic lighting and eye adaptation
- Voice your suggestions and be part of the development of Colony Survival!
Polygod is a rogue-like, randomly generated FPS where you are an assassin known only as "Faceless the Blessed". You must battle the minions of malignant Gods and their Holy Champions in an epic event known as the Trial of the Gods. Each level is randomly generated and features successive Altars of Worship where you exchange your Souls for Blessings (which are like power ups). Blessings combine and stack to create unique effects which will help you survive the brutal challenges in your quest to attain Godhood. In the PolyGod universe, death is necessarily permanent but with each new game comes a unique first-time experience. The art style is inspired by the meta-physical surrealist artist Giorgio de Chirico who is famously revered for his eerie mood and strange artificiality of cityscapes.
Polygod also features Arena Shooter multi-player with randomly generated maps and a variety of planned game modes. Currently in Early Access, players can play free for all matches on randomly generated maps where the first person to a set number of kills is the victor. Future planned game modes include team death-match and a variation of capture the flag, involving altars and blessings.
- Randomly generated levels
- 5 Unique enemies per level with unique designs and behaviours
- Rogue-like permanent death
- 75 Unique blessings that combine and stack to create thousands of unique effects
- Randomly generated multiplayer maps for versus combat
- 5 Epic boss fights!
You and your pals are playing too many videogames. Mom said it’s time to go outside for a bit. Little does she know the dangers appearing outside in Neighborville. Portals open up from another dimension. Evil robots, dragons, wizards, and zombie Abe Lincoln burst out from these portals and start attacking you and your pals! Luckily, you have your trusty wooden sword and your pal saved some bottlerockets from 4th of July. How is that going to help? Use your imagination, kid.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Videogame-like gameplay!
- Local, cooperative survival action with 1-4 players. TV-headed bots can help you while you wait for your friends.
- Play as cute low-poly animal kids. So cute!
- Tons of spooky enemies: Fight to survive against waves of enemies from your imagination like zombie Abe Lincoln your school’s creepy lunch lady. Boss fights too!
- Every game is unique: Unlock 80+ weapons and superpowers as the game progresses.
- Become more powerful than you could ever imagine. Then get stomped to death by a giant foot.
- A bumpin soundtrack inspired by your favorite 90s grooves.
- Developed in GameMaker: Studio.
Remember being a kid? Inspired by Calvin and Hobbes, Ed Edd & Eddy, and our childhood experiences, Neighborhorde aims to capture those countless hours spent imagining action movie scenarios. We miss the days of impromptu LAN parties with Halo, Mario Kart and the like, so we've designed Neighborhorde to have just the right amount of juicy nostalgia while also featuring hardcore gameplay that will test your friendships.
Each night you'll unlock more of the 40+ crazy toys to add to your arsenal and become a more powerful team by choosing from 40+ game-changing superpowers. Break open presents found around the map to find the rad weapons you've chosen. Dash around as flames blast out from your feet with the new "Hot Feet" superpower you just picked.
You think to yourself, "No baddie can stop me now!" However, as you get stronger, so does the horde of spooky enemies. As you progress you'll face a randomly-selected but ever-increasing combination of enemies including goop-tossing Lunch Ladies, magic-blasting Wizards, and axe-wielding Abe Lincolns. They're mean enough on their own, but mix these enemies together and they'll send you running home to Mommy. Survive 3 nights in a row, and you'll have to face your first of many epic boss fights. As you're bashed apart by the onslaught of baddies, you realize the only way to survive is the power of friendship; staying close to your team in the Friend Zone is the only way you'll regain your health.
Since there are 80+ weapons and superpowers, and tons of enemies, no game is the same as the last and you’ll always have a new strategy to try. Blast bottle rockets at evil dodgeballs. Blow a bubble-gum-shield to protect your team. Catch the incoming robots on fire with your hair dryer flamethrower. Bash a wizard's face off with your trusty wooden sword. Can you defeat the bad guys before bedtime?
TL;DR: Go outside, get rad toys, work together, defeat bad guys, avoid bedtime.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Can I play alone/single-player?
Yes, but it's much funner with your pals (or strangers)!
Are you planning any other platform releases?
We're focusing on Windows/Mac first, but we hope to release on other platforms after the initial release.
Are you planning on translating the game's text to any other languages?
Depending on the amount of interest in other languages, we'd love to!
What are you using to make this game?
Gamemaker: Studio, yo! For a 3d game? FOR A 3D GAME!
How many weapons/toys and superpowers are there in the game?
40 of each, currently. That's a lot of possibilities!
Why does the hairdryer shoot flames out? Why does the electric guitar shoot lightning out? Why does the dog doo explode?
Faulty wiring I guess?------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
We at Fermenter Games have wanted to build a co-op game we could play together on each other's couches for a long time, so Neighborhorde is our dream project. It’s been really fun so far making this thing with my best friends, and it’s even funner to play test. We want Neighborhorde to fit on your shelf between Towerfall Ascension, Mario Kart, and Sports Friends.
We’re still hard at work on Neighborhorde, and if you’ve got ideas, we’re all ears. Let us know what you’d like to see by making a post in the Community. This game IS for you and your pals after all. Stay up to date with the development on our website http://fermentergames.com or on Twitter at @fermentergames. See you in Neighborville!
10. Madness Cubed
Build, dig, defend! Are hordes of zombies, demons and robots attacking the base? It’s not a problem, because we have more than 40 guns, turrets, tanks, IFVs, helicopters, infantry fighting vehicles in our arsenal and the entire wardrobes of super armor and skins!
Online shooter becomes a exciting battle for survival, with destructions, building of fortifications, arrangements and traps. Build maps for the game of survival with your friends, build modes of capturing the flag, assaults, play on your friends maps and get the general's epaulettes.
In addition to online battle, you will get 8 episodes comprising 12 missions! You will defend the city from the zombie apocalypse, unite against powerful bosses, seek the lost technologies, survive in the laboratories, and much more!
Join the liberation army of Madness Cubed!THE KEY FEATURES:
- More than 100 missions for playing with friends
- Multiplayer up to 16 players
- Game modes: survival, man for himself, team, domination
- Build your map and play with your friends
- Huge arsenal of weapons
- Enemies: zombies, robots and mutants
- Changing of the time of day during the game
- Technique: tank, helicopter, airplane,
quad bike, boat, turret
- changing of character’s costumes