The best games like Lode Runner are:
- arrow_rightEnter the Gungeon
- arrow_rightDonkey Kong
- arrow_rightMario Bros. (1983)
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1. Enter the Gungeon
Enter the Gungeon is a twin-stick roguelike shooter. The game takes place in a planet inhabited by living bullets. You play as one of six adventurers trying entering a considerable fortress to find a gun that can destroy one’s past.
The gameplay represents a mix of bullet-hell and dungeon crawler. You choose one of the characters and start descending the Gungeon. Every floor has several pre-made rooms with enemies and treasures procedurally-generated. The player can shoot guns, dodge, use items and make barricades of the tables. There are more than 300 hundred different guns and items in the game which can be acquired from shops, treasure chests and bosses.
The game is notable for its severe difficulty that comes from tough enemies, the vast amount of projectiles that can simultaneously be on the screen and from the fact that every time you die you have to starts the game from the beginning.
Unepic is a 2D platformer game with role-playing elements. The story follows Daniel, a sci-fi, and video games geek that one day was teleported into a fantasy world and found himself in a giant castle. The game’s dialogues, storyline, and aesthetics heavily relies on humor with a lot of geek-culture references and mocking on sci-fi and fantasy clichés.
The gameplay can be described as a mix of 2D Metroidvania and role-playing game. The RPG elements in the game include acquiring levels, skills-points, and equipment. There are many types of armor and weapons in the that require the absolute level and skills to be used. The fighting mechanics are pretty simple and don’t have a lot of moves and abilities. Unlike many other metroidvanias, in Unepic you open new parts of the game world not by acquiring new abilities that let you go to the places you couldn’t reach before, but rather by collecting keys that unlock doors in different parts of the castle.
3. Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong (Japanese: ドンキーコング, Hepburn: Donkī Kongu) is an arcade game released by Nintendo in 1981. An early example of the platform game genre, the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging and jumping over obstacles. In the game, Mario (originally named Mr. Video and then Jumpman) must rescue a damsel in distress named Pauline (originally named Lady), from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. The hero and ape later became two of Nintendo's most popular and recognizable characters. Donkey Kong is one of the most important games from the golden age of arcade video games, and is one of the most popular arcade games of all time.
The game was the latest in a series of efforts by Nintendo to break into the North American market. Hiroshi Yamauchi, Nintendo's president at the time, assigned the project to a first-time video game designer named Shigeru Miyamoto. Drawing from a wide range of inspirations, including Popeye, Beauty and the Beast, and King Kong, Miyamoto developed the scenario and designed the game alongside Nintendo's chief engineer, Gunpei Yokoi. The two men broke new ground by using graphics as a means of characterization, including cutscenes to advance the game's plot, and integrating multiple stages into the gameplay.
Despite initial doubts by Nintendo's American staff, Donkey Kong succeeded commercially and critically in North America and Japan. Nintendo licensed the game to Coleco, who developed home console versions for numerous platforms. Other companies cloned Nintendo's hit and avoided royalties altogether. Miyamoto's characters appeared on cereal boxes, television cartoons, and dozens of other places. A lawsuit brought on by Universal City Studios, alleging Donkey Kong violated their trademark of King Kong, ultimately failed. The success of Donkey Kong and Nintendo's victory in the courtroom helped to position the company for video game market dominance from its release in 1981 until the late 1990s (1996–1999).
4. Mario Bros. (1983)
Mario Bros. (マリオブラザーズ, Mario Burazāzu) is a platform game published and developed for arcades by Nintendo in 1983. It was created by Shigeru Miyamoto. It has been featured as a minigame in the Super Mario Advance series and numerous other games. Mario Bros. has been re-released for the Wii's, Nintendo 3DS's, and Wii U's Virtual Console services in Japan, North America, Europe and Australia.
In the game, Mario is portrayed as an Italian-American plumber who, along with his brother Luigi, has to defeat creatures that have been coming from the sewers. The gameplay focuses on Mario and Luigi exterminating the creatures by flipping them on their backs and kicking them away. The original versions of Mario Bros.—the arcade version and the Family Computer/Nintendo Entertainment System (FC/NES) version—were received positively by critics.
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5. Gato Roboto
Pounce inside of your cozy armored mech and set off on a dangerous trek through an alien underworld full of irritable creatures and treacherous obstacles in a valiant effort to save your stranded captain and his crashed spaceship. Tiptoe outside the friendly confines of your technological marvel and follow your feline instincts through tight tunnels and mysterious waterways to scavenge for new weapons and gear. Adventure awaits the most curious of cats in Gato Roboto!
Explore the underground labyrinth of a deep space outpost and uncover the dastardly deeds that unfolded before your arrival.
Blast and dash your way through enemies and obstacles in an agile mech suit to face the guardians stationed precariously throughout the base.
Cautiously venture outside the mech and risk all nine lives to explore areas inaccessible to your bulky, mechanical armor.
Discover secrets abound and gather new weapons and items to help open up new areas on your journey through dozens of handcrafted environments.
6. Ghost 1.0
"Ghost" is a metroidvania where two super hackers hire a mysterious agent in order to infiltrate the Nakamura Space Station and steal the greatest electronic secret ever. Of course, the space station will defend itself, which is where the fun begins: the station's defences, with their never-ending arsenal of weapons and artifacts, will have to be destroyed. But the story gets more complicated when the hackers find out about their agent's hidden ties...
WEAPONS: Weapons reload on the go and they never run out of bullets. No need to hoard ammo for the boss battle! The various weapons can be found or purchased (depending on the game mode) and each one has its strengths and weaknesses.
GHOST: The protagonist is not the android you see, but the being that remotely controls it: a mysterious digital ghost that can leave its robot chassis, pass through doors and walls, control enemy androids, and use their own tools against them. What happens if the robot you control gets destroyed, you ask? Then your ghost will be free to control something else, or return to your main body.
UPGRADES: You can have as many as you can collect. The upgrades are passive, so they work without needing any special controls, and they don't run out or deactivate. They come in a large assortment, from aggressive drones to bullet improvements. Remember that the more you get, the more OP you are.
ITEMS: Devices you can use at any time. High-tech equivalents to potions and scrolls.
GEEKIES: Spread throughout the game are hidden "geekies". If you find one and activate it, something related to that geekie will change in the game (not affecting gameplay)... and the challenge is to find out what changes. I know, it sounds silly, but some of them are funny.
SECRETS: 200 rooms have secrets in them that can be revealed by performing a specific action. If you find a secret, you're rewarded with a small permanent powerup that will make your character more powerful. In addition, finding all of the secrets in each level will reward you with something very special.
MAP: The whole map has around 300 rooms, divided into zones. Each zone has its own enemies, its own ambience, its own soundtrack, and, of course, its own boss.
STORY: The story is not to save the world, but rather to go on an intruiging journey wrought with humor. Not to mention all the dialogues and cinematics, all voiced in English.
GAME MODES: Ghost has 2 game modes: "classic" and "survival". Classic is similar to a metroidvania, where the more you advance through the game, the more stuff you obtain and the harder the enemies become. Survival is crazier, as you get stuff much faster and you'll soon turn into a killing machine, but you lose everything when you die.
SKILL TREE: The RPG component of the game is found in the skill tree, where you can spend skill points to level up characters, obtaining special skills for each one. Depending on what skills you select, your gameplay will change in an interesting way.
And the rest is a mystery, one that I shouldn't spoil... you'll just have to discover the rest on your own.
7. Lode Runner (1983)
Lode Runner (1983) is an arcade-puzzle game developed by Hudson Soft, Broderbund Software and Douglas E. Smith. It came out on 01-01-1983. Brøderbund published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
You can play Lode Runner (1983) on Wii U, Wii, Game Boy Advance and Atari 8-bit.
8. Survived By
Survived By is a free-to-play MMO bullet-hell game where permadeath is just the beginning. Every time you die, you’re survived by a new descendant who carries a small part of your legacy with them.
Team up with hundreds of survivors as you shoot your way through hordes of Chimera, explore dungeons, collect loot, craft gear and of course… die. Again, and again. Who will you be survived by…?
Sign up on the Survived By website and get into the action.
Key FeaturesMassively-multiplayer, online bullet hell with permadeath – Team up with hundreds of survivors, as you dodge bullets and slaughter hordes of Chimera on your journey to level up and craft the best gear and weapons. Be careful though, once you die… it’s almost game over.
Permadeath is just the beginning – Every time you die you’re survived by a new descendant, who carries a small part of your legacy with them. These legacies provide new buffs, stat boosts, and special abilities. Play as different survivors to collect them all and make your way to defeat the hardest dungeons and bosses of the Heartland.
Gorgeous pixel art set in a mysterious, war-struck fantasy world – Explore Heartland in all its pixelated glory. Discover the secrets behind the mysterious yellow resin that has overtaken the land and the Chimera that have pushed humanity to the brink of extinction.
Updated frequently and built with the community – We will be constantly talking to you and your fellow players to build Survived By into the game you want it to be.
10. Super Mustache
- Vintage/Retro style graphics and music.
- Customizable controls.
- Save your progress.
- 15 hand crafted levels, 3 worlds filled with action.
- Nostalgic, funny and challenging.
Super Mustache was developed by Redro Games and is being published by Back To Basics Gaming.
11. MEGA MAN X
The super masterpiece of the action game "MEGA MAN X” now powered up!
With variety of weapons and reinforcing parts, break Sigma’s dark ambition down!!
iPhone 4S and later devices
iPad 2 and later devices
iPad mini 2 and later devices
iPod touch 4th generation and later devices
We cannot guarantee functionality on devices other than those listed above.
1.【Supporting Retina Display!】
“MEGA MAN X”’s old graphic was localized!
2.【2 Display Modes!!】
In addition to “REGULAR MODE” which displays whole screen of the game, “FULL MODE,” which displays full iPhone display, is available!
3.【3 Levels of Difficulty!】
In “STORY MODE”, there are 3 choices (“EASY”, “NORMAL” and “HARD”) for the level of difficulty!
Choose “EASY”, so that some stepping stones will appear to prevent prayers falling!
If you are confident enough, try “HARD”!!
4.【Ranking Mode! (Function supporting Game Center)】
“RANKING MODE” to compete ranking with other users will be available!
Compete with score in “SCORE ATTACK”, and with time trial clearing stage in “TIME RACE”, for number of cleared stages in “ENDLESS”.
Brush up your skills, and aim the top ranking!!
5.【80 Challenges!! (Function supporting Game Center)】
20 challenges in the Opening Stage of “STORY MODE” (1)!!
There are 60 in following stages, so there are 80 challenges altogether!
※(1) does not supports Game Center.
6.【Support Items for Your Advantages to Play the Game on!!】
When you cannot find reinforcing parts while you are playing the game, or when you want to power up immediately, get the items from “CUSTOMIZE” screen!
“FULL ARMOUR”, “FULL WEAPON” etc. are available for you to carry on playing with advantages!
Try discounted “Perfect Set” to be strongest!
Items are available as in-app purchase.
*To purchase the items 3G or Wi-Fi environment is necessary.
Change Weapon・・・Change Weapon button on the right top
Quick Change・・・Try touching the top of the game screen! And scroll your finger right and left then let it go; you can change the weapon quick and easy!
Dismounting Ride Armor・・・Tap the icon on the right top
To the World of “MEGA MAN X”!!
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12. Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (1993)
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine is a falling block puzzle game developed by Compile and published by Sega. It was released for the Genesis/Mega Drive in North America and Europe in November 1993, and was ported to the Game Gear and Master System in December 1993 and June 1994, respectively. The plot revolves around Sonic the Hedgehog series antagonist Doctor Robotnik kidnapping residents from Beanville and turning them into robots, with the purpose of removing all joy from the planet Mobius.
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine is the Westernized version of Puyo Puyo and replaces its characters with those from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, being primarily based on the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog animated series. The gameplay is reminiscent of Tetris, in which the player must organise different coloured shapes as they fall down a board. The game received mostly positive reviews, with critics praising the gameplay but criticising the difficulty.
Categories in common with Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (1993): Puzzle
The playfield looks simple at first glance, but once the action begins, complexity unfolds at a rapid pace. INVERSUS is a negative-space shooter for one to four friends. Player movement is constrained to opposite colors of a black and white grid. My walls are your paths and your walls are my paths. Each shot flips tile colors in an attempt to block, trap and close in on the enemy. Firing a bullet opens up a path for you while also closing off a path for me. Both online and local couch play are supported. The competitive versus mode pits players against each other in 1v1 or 2v2 battles. The single-player and cooperative two-player modes pit players against endless waves of enemies as they fight for high scores on an ever-changing board.
- Online and local multiplayer
- Competitive battles in 1v1 and 2v2 modes
- Fight for the world record in single-player and cooperative multiplayer arcade modes
- Twenty-seven versus maps encouraging varied playstyles and strategies
- Six arcade maps with distinct challenges to master
- Over 60 unlockable color palettes
- Over 250 unlockable emotes
- Mind-bending levels in ever looping worlds
- A constantly changing board makes every game a fresh experience
- Rewarding for both strategy and skill as you balance spatial control with quick reflexes
- DualShock 4 (PlayStation 4)
- Xbox 360
- Xbox One
14. Earn to Die 2
Earn to Die 2 is a 2D side-scrolling driving and upgrade game where you steer vehicles through a zombie apocalypse, literally smashing through zombie hordes along the way. As you progress through the game you will unlock new vehicles, upgrading them into the ultimate zombie-smashing machines!
The latest incarnation of the popular web game series; Earn to Die 2 offers hours more gameplay with new vehicles, levels and an unlockable Missions Mode. This isn’t just a port of the web versions – Earn to Die 2 has been re-built and re-engineered from the ground up with significantly more content, full-HD gameplay and is playable at 60fps.Key FeaturesAn action-packed Story Mode, 10 times longer than the web versions
Awesome ragdoll physics. Smash into zombies and send them flying.
10 vehicles, including a sports car, a police car and even an ice cream van. Be sure to upgrade them with armored frames, roof-mounted guns, boosters and more.
A city setting with multi-tiered levels. Drive over highway overpasses, via underground tunnels and smash through epic zombie-filled factories.
Destructible vehicles. Watch your vehicle get smashed into smithereens if you're not too careful! Thankfully vehicles auto-repair themselves after each drive.
For those who complete Story Mode, a Missions Mode awaits.
Full HD gameplay and playable at 60fps.
And did we mention the epic zombie-filled factories?
15. Castle In The Darkness
One dark and gloomy night, the kingdom of Alexandria is attacked by an evil sorcerer and his army of darkness! Despite their best efforts to protect their king and their princess, the royal guard falls, one-by-one, to the forces of evil. One knight, unconscious but still alive, awakens on the throne room floor to find that the princess is nowhere to be seen! What's more, the entire city had been overrun by monsters! With sword in hand, he embarks on a death-defying mission to find his princess and to restore peace to the kingdom!
- A game by Matt Kap, the lead artist behind The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
- A large world heavily inspired by the golden era of video games
- Level up your knight with wildly different abilities
- An arsenal of over 100 weapons, armor, items and magic to collect and use!
- Over 50 bosses to find and slay
- More than 100 different enemies
- Fast-paced chiptune soundtrack
Castle In The Darkness is a fun and challenging shout out to the early days of video games! It's an action exploration platformer with some RPG elements, much like games from the Castlevania or Metroid series. It's super fast-paced, challenging, and full of secrets!
16. Frogger (1981)
Frogger (フロッガー (Furoggā)) is a 1981 arcade game developed by Konami. It was licensed for North American distribution by Sega-Gremlin and worldwide by Sega itself. It is regarded as a classic from the golden age of video arcade games, noted for its novel gameplay and theme. The object of the game is to direct frogs to their homes one by one by crossing a busy road and navigating a river full of hazards.
Frogger was positively received and followed by several clones and sequels. By 2005, Frogger in its various home video game incarnations had sold 20 million copies worldwide, including 5 million in the United States. The game found its way into many areas of popular culture, such as television and music, as well as sparked healthy competition in the video game world.
Absoloot is a game with familiar game mechanics that will put you into fun confrontation of four warring sides (Archaeologists from Winfield, Hellocreeps, Kwade Bende, P.R.M.D.).
The reason of confrontation is a treasure! Each team tries its best to leave others with no riches. You should attack and protect, run away and chase, explode and get blown up.
That game has few game modes (classic and special). You will face with deathmatch, treasure hunting, chasing the king and many other. All of that will be on tens of maps, each of them refers to team locations (saloon, castle, sheep, pyramid).
Every fighting side has three heroes that can be chosen for game. Every hero has his own weapon and physical features (speed, health and other), so the choice of one hero or another can be the part of your tactics in different modes of competition. But don’t forget to watch your ammunition and level of health!
That game was created for yours and your friends’ fun by playing on one computer the two, three or four of you. Please note that for three or four-players game on one computer you will need gamepads (one or two). Also game supports online-multiplayer to fight with other players remotely.
- 5 dynamic game modes
- 4 locations different by style and atmosphere
- 40+ different maps full of mines and spikes
- 12 unique characters
- 12 types of weapon (machine-gun, shotgun, rifle, pumpkin-gun, sweet-gun and other)
- Bonuses that can affect on game
- Multiplayer for one computer (2-4 players)
- Beta Online-multiplayer (2 players)
18. Power Blade 2
Power Blade 2, known in Japan as Captain Saver (キャプテンセイバー, Kyaputen Seibā), is an action platform video game developed by Natsume and published by Taito for the Nintendo Entertainment System/Family Computer. It was released in North America in October 1992 and in Japan on September 29, 1992 (1992-09-29). It is the sequel to the game Power Blade.
19. Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup
Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup is an action-RPG game developed by Stone Soup Team. It was originally released in 2006. Stone Soup Team published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Exceptional".
Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup is available on Linux, macOS, Android and PC. The game is sold via Google Play.
20. Breathing Fear
The project is a nonlinear survival/adventure game.
This story is about a man brought by his fate to an abandoned house in the woods. This place mysteriously makes him be afraid of his own shadow, and that’s driving him crazy. Will he be able to stay sane and solve all the mysteries of the cursed house?
- Dismal and disturbing atmosphere.
- Screamers are not scary. Something you are going to feel in this house is scary.
- The winner of Games Jam: Gamm.
21. Adventures of Pip
Adventures of Pip revitalizes the classic side-scrolling action platform genre. Pip -- the ultimate digital underdog – is a lowly single pixel in a 32-bit world who proves that you can’t judge a hero by the fidelity of his shaders. During the game, Pip gains the ability to evolve and grow by absorbing pixels from his fallen foes. Those same pixels can then be used to blast through environment puzzles and enemies, devolving Pip back to a single pixel. Players will explore five stylized worlds and experience up to 10 hours of epic adventure saving Pip’s village from the evil Queen DeRezzia.
Inspired by classic platformers, Adventures of Pip basks in a world where players can defeat a huge 32-bit boss as a single pixel or even as an 8-bit character.
With three different forms, evolve and devolve Pip to solve puzzles and defeat enemies; each with their own weakness and strength that must be unraveled throughout the campaign.
The Bit Stream is the life force that fuels Pixel Kingdom. The One who taps its power can forge the Kingdom's destiny.
Pip is only one pixel in a world full of 32-bit characters, yet he is the only one brave enough to face the Queen DeRezzia and rescue the kidnapped princess.
Moved by his plight, the ghost knight, Sir Elwyn, bestowed upon Pip the power to harness the Bit Stream. With the ability to absorb his enemy’s pixels, Pip can transform into a hi-fidelity hero! But be aware! With each evolution not only will you gain skills but some will be lost.
Every man should have a skill and for Vincent S. Daggerhood, that skill was thieving. Quick with his hands, there was no loot he couldn’t plunder and no treasure chest he couldn’t escape with.
For Daggerhood, life was good, until come that fateful day he was finally caught and in the name of justice, to pay for his crimes, he was cast into the forsaken caverns.
But this is not the end of Daggerhood’s story, for this is the beginning. Filled with the desire for freedom and a craving for retribution, Daggerhood has set his sights on stealing the King’s gold and armed with a dagger he can throw and reclaim by teleporting to its current position, across 100 levels, he’s going to need your help!
* 5 worlds and 100 levels
* 5 unique bosses
* In-level challenges that require the player to collect treasure and fairies
* New game mechanics introduced with each world
* Quick-fire platformer action
This Cross-Buy product entitles you to download both PS4™ and PS Vita versions.
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24. Kill Fun Yeah
Kill Fun Yeah is an online 2D platform shooter.
Murder and capture your way to the top, using an ever increasing arsenal of silly weaponry and items, the powers of deflect, attract and freeze, as well as various powerups.
Make your own maps, using custom made tilesets and background sprites and create your own custom player skin to make you stand out on the battlefield.
25. Iron Fisticle
Iron Fisticle is a challenging twin-stick shooter that requires reflexes, speed and quick thinking to master. It takes the classic arcade arena shooters of the mid 80s and drags them, axes flying, into the 21st century.
Inspired by truly old school arcade games right down to the (optional) scanlines themselves, Iron Fisticle is both a retro game and a reinvention of a classic genre, with multiple routes through the game, bonus stages, a large variety of weapons and enemies, clever boss fights and much more:
• Classic twin-stick arcade gameplay meets modern accessibility, with controller support, achievements and collectables; endless supply of quarters and blistered thumbs not required.
• Randomly generated dungeons keep the gameplay fresh and offer a new experience every play-through.
• Re-live multiplayer as it was designed to be, with simultaneous two player local co-op.
• Multiple stats upgrades and weapon pick-ups change the way you play and fight in each game, while roguelikes-style persistent character upgrades allow you to explore deeper after every death.
• Over 150 different items to collect ranging from score boosters to weapons and power-ups.
• A scoring system that encourages fast paced risk taking while encouraging experimentation and discovery - like all the best classic arcade games.
• Retro-styled, hand-drawn pixel art graphics running at 60 FPS for a fluid action experience, complemented by excellent chip-tune inspired music and audio effects from Andy Lemon
26. Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters
Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters is an action platform video game for the Game Boy. It was developed by Nintendo and Tose and published by Nintendo, and is the sequel to Kid Icarus on the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was released in North America on November 5, 1991, and in Europe on May 21, 1992, but not in Japan until on February 8, 2012 via the 3DS Virtual Console, where it retains its English title. Then it was re-released in Europe on March 8, 2012, and in North America on July 19, 2012. The story of Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters is influenced by Greek mythology, and follows the angel soldier Pit on his quest for three sacred treasures. His objective is to defeat the demon Orcos, who has invaded the kingdom of Angel Land. The game features the core gameplay mechanics of its predecessor. Players explore two-dimensional environments while collecting items and fighting monsters. Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters was named the 18th best Game Boy game by Nintendo Power, and critics commended it for its gameplay, graphics and music.
Categories in common with Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters: Action
27. Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils
From the creator of the Gundemonium Collection comes a thrilling new 2D action-platformer!
Help Bunny escape the Devils’ Labyrinth and defeat the 7 Devils in this hilariously over-the-top action-platformer game. Battle through a large, connected map filled with unique enemies, traps, and puzzles. Use magical items like the Sylph Shooter and the Hyper Heels to power up and defeat the 7 Devils. Manipulate the fabric of time to solve puzzles and survive. Will Bunny be rid of those new ears she so despises? Only with your assistance can she brave this dangerous maze...
- Beautiful hand-drawn 2D graphics
- Over-the-top comical style with a charming storyline
- Play through 7 dangerous areas and battle 7 powerful Devils
- 2 versions: Choose between the original graphics or new remixed sprites
- Acquire magical items, new abilities and manipulate time to solve puzzles
- A new arranged soundtrack by Woofle (Gundemonium Collection), alongside the original
- Full arranged soundtrack in high-quality MP3 format for listening outside of the game
- Japanese language support now available!
28. It Lurks Below
It Lurks Below is a retro-styled, 2D, action-oriented, survival RPG by David Brevik. Create a custom character and choose from several different classes to delve deep into the mysteries of what evil lurks below. Dig down and explore the randomly generated levels, find random items, and combat deadly monsters to get the answers.
Though this game looks similar to other games in the genre, it plays very differently. It is a true RPG, with many stats and character classes. It is very reminiscent of other games made by David Brevik such as Diablo, Diablo II, Hellgate: London and Marvel Heroes. With six character classes to choose from, randomly generated levels, random stats on items, secret areas, bosses, a survival talent tree and three different play modes, it delivers on a very different and unique gaming experience.
29. Bad Street Brawler
Bad Street Brawler is an action-arcade game developed by Beam Software, Krome Studios Melbourne and Beam Software Pty., Ltd.. It came out on 01-01-1987. MINDSCAPE published the game. The game is rated as "Skip" on RAWG.
You can play Bad Street Brawler on PC, NES and Commodore / Amiga.
Gavan Anderson (NES) scored the game.
30. League of Evil
League of Evil is an action game where you, as a bionic super agent take on the mission to defeat the League of Evil. Use your acrobatic skills to punch your way through levels filled with deadly traps and defeat your enemies. The world is counting on you!
In this new version we bring you new features such as new exclusive levels and a level editor, that will allow players to create and share their own levels! You can even share levels with players on other platforms as this function works between PC, Nintendo Wii U and 3DS.
- 140 challenging levels, divided into 4 chapters.
- Amazing level editor to make your own levels, download new ones from the community and best of all, cross-platform level sharing with Wii U and 3DS!
- Classic 8-bit style art style
- Awesome one punch decapitations!
- Rocking chiptune soundtrack.
- Super fast and challenging gameplay
- Each level has a briefcase to collect as a bonus challenge. Try to collect them all!
- Beat the levels as fast as you can to receive the highest score!
- Made in our own engine (Spiller).
- Support for QWERTY-based, Dvorak and Workman keyboard layots.
* This game will be also available on Wii U and 3DS soon.
31. The Maze: Endless nightmare
Dive deep into retro-atmosphere of platformers with out project made in style of console 16-bit games.
Choose the one you want to play:
You can choose three characters that have own features.
Knite: hits thrown stones and other subjects from enemies.
Archer: long-rage shot, hits the aim in moment.
Priest: weapon that destroys undead, he throws bottles with holy water killing many enemies on distance.
Run as much as you can:
game has many traps placed on your way - splits, invisible buttons, suddenly flaming torches, spikes and others won't let you get bored.
And even if you could trick them, don't start to celebrate: skeletons, worms, bats, zombie and other wonderful labyrinth inhabitants will help you to get in all traps!
Don't forget to hurry or you will be smashed by the wall that will haunt you and be in your nightmares!
Collect all you can:
yes, you should collect all that you see, because coins give not only points, but lives too, and power-ups can be useful in any moment.
Also you must collect the golden key or you couldn't leave the level!
Playable Gal 01- Finish the game with GAL.00 will Unlock GAL.01 "Shield GAL" as playable character!
- While unable to access other GAL power GAL.01 still can upgrade with Powerup Item! with her own set of powerup.
- Fight GAL.00 as Enemy!
To start as GAL.01, create a new profile and choose her from Character Select menu.
Note Story content will cut off from GAL.01 Mode.
About the GameMETAGAL is an 2D platformer action game.
You will take the shoes of "Meta" ,a cyborg girl, in her quest to rescue her Creator "Dr Ray" from the hands of "General Creeper", the evil leader of a rogue army!!
Also Metagal's sisters, were kidnapped by Creeper: he turned them in battle cyborgs, in order to use their powers to rule the world!! Meta must face her sisters, free them, and copy their abilities. She must fight for 8 stages of intense action, and prepare herself for the final confrontation against Creeper himself!
- Classic jump and shoot style platformer.
- 8 levels with unique environment,detailed design and different gimmick.
- 30 Enemies types not including Boss
- Defeat Gal No.# Boss and use their weapon.
- Collect secret items to power up your character.
- Soft death penalty with "Gear" system allows player to resolve their mistakes with less frustration.
- Controller and Keyboard customize support.
Note This game support only "XInput controllers" Like Xbox 360 Controller for Example
33. Curse of the Azure Bonds
Curse of the Azure Bonds is a RPG game developed by Strategic Simulations, Inc.. It was originally released in 1989. Strategic Simulations published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Skip".
You can play Curse of the Azure Bonds on Atari ST, Apple II, Classic Macintosh and Commodore / Amiga. You can purchase the game on GOG.
Categories in common with Curse of the Azure Bonds: Role Playing
Rambo (ランボー, Ranbō) is a side-scrolling action-adventure video game produced by Pack-In-Video and released in North America by Acclaim on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) on December 4, 1987 in Japan, and May 1988 in North America. It is based on the film Rambo: First Blood Part II.
35. Bad Dudes
"Rampant ninja related crimes these days... Whitehouse is not the
exception...". As soon as that occurs, a Secret Service agent asks two
street-smart brawlers, the "Bad Dudes" named Blade and Striker:
"President Ronnie has been kidnapped by the ninjas. Are you a bad enough
dude to rescue Ronnie?" After hearing that, the Bad Dudes pursue the
ninjas through the New York City streets, a moving big rig truck, a
large storm sewer, a forest, a freight train on an old Southern Pacific
line, a cave and into an underground factory in order to save President
Categories in common with Bad Dudes: Action
36. Tag Team Match: MUSCLE
Tag Team Match: M.U.S.C.L.E. (キン肉マン マッスルタッグマッチ, Kinnikuman: Massuru Taggu Matchi, "Kinnikuman Muscle Tag Match") is based on characters from Yudetamago's manga and anime series Kinnikuman.
It has eight playable characters, each with his own special move. The game was followed by a 1987 Japan-only sequel for the Famicom Disk System titled, Kinnikuman: Kinniku-sei Ōi Sōdatsusen (キン肉マン キン肉星王位争奪戦, Kinnikuman: Scramble for the Throne).
Categories in common with Tag Team Match: MUSCLE: Action
37. Stacks TNT
Stacks TNT is a block-based sandbox game where each block follows the laws of jelly-physics! You play Chuck, a guy stranded in a desolate world, with only a jet pack and a pair of hands to work with. To get back home, you need to:
- EXPLORE the terrain for resources and treasures.
- BUILD factories to convert resources to useful items, like guns, bombs and rocket engines.
- DEFEND your flag against waves of MobCorp agents by building fortresses and laying out traps.
- CONQUER the world by constructing towers, bridges, rocket propelled flying ships and anything else you can imagine within in a fully dynamic world!
- SEARCH a mysterious hidden relic which is said to have the power to bend time...
- And finally, build the Ark space ship from the most advanced materials the world has to offer, embark and launch yourself home!
- A true sandbox building experience with Jelly(tm) physics. Build wisely or your buildings will collapse!
- Bombs! Build a tower or a bridge and then blow it up with a fine selection of explosives.
- Radio controlled rocket engines! Build a structure, attach rocket engines and fly it around by remote control.
The game is currently in alpha phase with all the above features up, running and playable! New features will be added as development progresses.
38. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1991)
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a video game released in 1991 by Taito, for the NES based on the film with the same name. There was also an NES game with the same title released by Ubisoft in 1993 that was a completely different game in itself, but also based on the movie.
Categories in common with Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1991): Action
39. Elliot Quest
Elliot can’t die—but he’s still running out of time. In Elliot Quest, the victim of a rare curse must find a cure before he’s transformed into a demon.
After Elliot’s wife disappears, he falls sick and attempts to take his own life--only to discovers that he can’t die. Plagued by nightmares and growing weaker by the day, Elliot seeks out a local Sage, who tells him that he’s the victim of a rare curse. A demon called a Satar is slowly consuming Elliot’s vitality.
If Elliot can’t find a cure to the curse before it’s too late, he will become a Satar. His only hope is to ask for the help of one of the island’s Guardians, who have kept the Satar from taking over Urele. Elliot can’t die—but he’s still running out of time.
Elliot Quest is an adventure/RPG where players explore the mysterious Urele island in search of an ancient demon. With 5 dungeons to conquer, 16 bosses to defeat, and countless treasures to discover and hidden areas. Well-balanced gameplay easy to pick up but challenging to master.
Elliot Quest features:
• An expansive island to explore with over 16 unique bosses
• Customize your character with an engaging Level Up System
• Chain attacks to make enemies drop more items
• Experiment with different magic attacks to defeat Elliot’s enemies
• Solve puzzles to find hidden crystals and access secret areas
• Hunt powerful monsters to find powerful weapons
• 3 unique endings based on your decisions
• Well-balanced gameplay that’s easy to pick up but challenging to master
40. Final Directive
Final Directive is a story driven shooter set in a space station disastrously infested by alien mutants.
Find the crew, contain the infestation, and most importantly: make it out alive.
- An amiable automaton companion
- Seductive spiders
- Fire, RAD, and Purple flavours
- A big door
- Local Co-Op
- Endless Mode
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Actions speak louder than words.
Gun actions speak louder than actions.
And laser gun actions speak louder than gun actions.
41. Championship Lode Runner
Championship Lode Runner is a sequel to the video game Lode Runner. It consists of levels that are much more challenging than those in the original Lode Runner.
Categories in common with Championship Lode Runner: Puzzle
42. GODS Remastered
Join the nameless warrior on a dangerous journey through four worlds to defeat the Great Guardians who have stolen the homes of the gods. As a reward you will receive immortality and a place in the eternal hall of fame…
Experience the 2D-action classic Gods by the legendary Bitmap Brothers in a new look! Exciting levels full of monsters and puzzles await you, which you can play either in the original pixel graphics or in a modern 3D mode with an extensive new soundtrack.
- Explore 12 levels based on the original level design full of monsters, puzzles and secrets
- Defeat the four Great Guardians to join the Gods as an equal
- Collect or buy different weapons and extras to master the challenge
- Switch between classic pixel and modern 3D graphics at the push of a button
- Unlock the speedrun mode and compete against other players around the world
- Experience this true-to-original reworked classic for the first time with improved controls and frame rate, with save points and an extensive soundtrack.
Categories in common with GODS Remastered: Action
Krakout is a Breakout clone video game that was released for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 64 and MSX platforms in 1987. One of the wave of enhanced Breakout variants to emerge in the wake of Arkanoid, its key distinctions are that gameplay is horizontal in layout, and that it allows the player to select the acceleration characteristics of the bat before playing. It was written by Andy Green and Rob Toone and published by Gremlin Graphics. The music was composed by Ben Daglish.
Categories in common with Krakout: Puzzle
Platform: Commodore / Amiga
44. Rolling Bird
Rolling Bird is a retro arcade shooter, heavily inspired by Namco's 1986 classic 'Rolling Thunder'.
You're one of the agents of the secret spy group "Rolling Bird". You have been sent to investigate the unidentified product called "Vaccum Filter", which is being produced in The terrorists' hideout. Their building, which is camouflaged as an ordinary factory is very large, and there're countless terrorist members who are heavily armed to defend their hideout from the intruder.
You must survive and find out the secret of Vaccum Filter. Good luck !Features
- Endless, fast-paced, and challenging arcade action
- Tight controls
- Online scoreboard
Parasite is a non-linear retro platformer with a mix of action and puzzles. The player controls an alien worm wanting to get rid of a human space colony on his planet. There are multiple shapes to unlock and to switch between to facilitate the navigation and sabotage the complex.KEY FEATURES
- 4 unique environments with their own specificities
- 4 shapes to unlock, each providing an exclusive ability
- Non-linear level design allowing for routing choices
- Use health as a resource to change shape and work around obstacles
- Integrated timer, for the speedrun enthusiasts
- Deactivate all 8 station modules before too many humans can escape !
- Controller support (360 gamepad compatible recommended) and keyboard customisation
46. Rogue Empire: Dungeon Crawler RPG
The shadow came, destroying everything in its way! Every kingdom in Ethistos was loosing ground and lives. When all seemed lost... the First Shadow disappeared! Where? How? No one knows... But the marks of their coming still linger across Ethistos!
Rogue Empire is an tactical turn-based RPG randomly generated content and heavy Rogue-like elements. Choose one of multiple character combinations and advance it with unique abilities!
Embark on a quest to heal the 5 kingdoms and understand the mysteries of the First Shadow!
- Randomly generated dungeons, items and events! Play again and again!
- Many bosses to defeat!
- 7 distinct races to choose from and 5 classes to choose from!
- A huge map with exploration events, off quests and story!
- Soul essence: Dying will provide you with valuable soul essence, used to unlock perks and new gameplay options for your next playthroughs!
- Multiple endings!
47. Unearthing Process
Once upon a time, a young boy headed with his father, who was a professional miner, towards the depth of the Earth, to search for gems, such as diamonds, emeralds and gold.
After they kept digging through the dirt and through the mud, they found a huge gap between them and the following way.
The young boy fell down in that moment, and his father was extremely astonished by the depth of the gap.
His young boy is now required to make his way back to his father, so that they may continue their adventure.
He will face dangerous traps,monsters and animals trying to eat his flesh alive.
There is a long way back to his father...
Your quest in this dangerous pixelated world is to fight, collect the most points possible, survive all the mobs and bosses in your way to reunite with your father.
You will encounter and long and challenging journey in your path to find your father, but nothing should stop you! You'll unlock new weapons and new abilities over time as you advance trough the levels.
•20 Levels on the Main Story (more levels will be added for free in future updates, alongside with CO-OP)
•Smart AI Varying Upon Enemy/Scenario
•Variety of Adversaries and Loot
•Constant Action and Adventure
•And even more...
48. Race America
Alex DeMeo's Race America (also known in Europe as Corvette ZR-1 Challenge) is a racing video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The art style is in a Western art style; a clear sign of its non-Japanese origin. The game was never released in Japan. The European version received the Chevrolet license to use its Corvette vehicles while the North American version had to be redesigned into vehicles that strongly resembled Dodge Vipers.
Categories in common with Race America: Racing
49. in Space
in Space is a retro-inspired sidescrolling shooter that values precision and strategy over reflex or memorization. It's a round based, procedurally generated hybrid, combining its core shooter elements with score multipliers and colour puzzle mechanics. As you progress you unlock new ships with drastically different abilities, including the capacity to snipe, manipulate time, control enemy positions, become invincible or simply fling a beam of destruction across the screen. Advance through the games different modes that each put a very different spin on the core gameplay, and as you improve graduate to new and terrifying levels of difficulty.
50. Attack of the Labyrinth +
NEW content in Attack of the Labyrinth +:
- 3 more secret levels
- new enemies
- 4 hidden characters
- Right stick firing
- player Level up system
- AI path finding
- boss HP bars
- New Map System
- Custom Keyboard Controls
KILL MONSTERS. DESTROY EVIL. GET RICH.
The forces of evil have invaded the land. A labyrinth of evil has appeared in the kingdom and legions of monsters are pouring out of its vile depths. The king has called upon a small party of heroes, the Champions of Virtue, to vanquish the demon within and free the land from a grim fate!
An action arcade game for 1-4 players. With the help of ancient magics and piles of gold, you must find the hidden relic in each area to reach the heart! Who can vanquish the evil within the Labyrinth, and who can escape with the most riches?
GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A CHAMPION?
- Arcade shoot-em up action
- Up to 4 players locally
- play as a Knight, Wizard, Archer or Dragon!
- dungeons are randomly generated
- battle through 10 levels of the labyrinth to reach the heart of evil!
- collect upgrades to help you mow down the forces of darkness!
- Find powerful scrolls to aid your quest