The best games like Madō Monogatari I are:
- arrow_rightRock n' Roll Racing
- arrow_rightIdle Champions of the Forgotten Realms
- arrow_rightThree Heroes
- arrow_rightWizardry 7: Crusaders of the Dark Savant
- arrow_rightStreets of Rage 3
- arrow_rightSuper Castlevania IV
- arrow_rightMortal Kombat: Deception
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1. Rock n' Roll Racing
Rock n' Roll Racing is a vehicular combat-based racing video game developed by Silicon & Synapse (now known as Blizzard Entertainment) and published by Interplay Productions for the Mega Drive/Genesis and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. The game prominently features a number of popular heavy metal and rock songs in its soundtrack, hence the game's title. The game was ported to the Game Boy Advance in 2003.
Rock n' Roll Racing was initially developed as RPMII, a sequel to the company's SNES game RPM Racing. At the end of the project, Interplay marketing added licensed music and changed the name to Rock n' Roll Racing. It is also similar in gameplay to Racing Destruction Set where it got its logic/AI engine and the NES game R.C. Pro-Am developed by Rare in 1988.
Categories in common with Rock n' Roll Racing: Racing
2. Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms
Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms is an official Dungeons & Dragons idle clicker game.
Idle Champions challenges players to assemble a party of Champions and master the art of Formation Strategy. Players unlock new heroes, upgrade them to reveal special abilities, and collect epic gear. The key to glory is learning how to combine Champion abilities to defeat an onslaught of powerful monsters.
Unlock Renowned ChampionsCollect renowned Champions from the world of Dungeons & Dragons, including fan-favourites from the Force Grey series. Unlock more Champions and gear to add to your party in limited-time events.
Formation StrategyMastering the position of each Champion to maximize their special abilities is the key to completing each adventure. Each Champion's abilities and gear requires careful thought to create the best combination. Only the most powerful formations will defeat the waves of Dungeons & Dragons monsters.
Explore the Forgotten RealmsTake your Champions on a journey through the Sword Coast. Players will be able to explore familiar locations within the Forgotten Realms as they tackle each adventure. After launch, the game will be updated with content inspired by the official Dungeons & Dragons adventures, starting with a trip to Chult with the Tomb of Annihilation.
Regular EventsThe game is updated regularly with limited-time events. Completing events unlocks new Champions and gear to add to the player's collection.A Note About Premium Purchases:
You can download and play Idle Champions for free, however, some premium in-game items can be purchased for real money.
Gems earned for free in-game can be redeemed for Silver Chests and Gold Chests that contain equipment, potions, buffs, and gold.
Silver Chests contain 3 cards (Common to Uncommon rarity). They have a chance of dropping “Rare” equipment cards, but do not contain “Epic” equipment cards.
Gold Chests contain 5 cards (Uncommon to Rare rarity). They always contain a Rare equipment card and have a chance of dropping an Epic equipment card.
Gold Chests are available to buy in the shop for real money or you can wait and purchase them with gems earned for free during game play.
Bonus “Golden Epic” equipment cards are generally only available as a purchase bonus for real money transactions, though specific Golden Epic cards may become available through free means at Codename Entertainment's discretion.
In-App purchases range from $5-$50 per item.Chance of a Rare drop in a Silver Chest is approximately 3.2%.
*Chance of a Rare drop in a Gold Chest is 100% and an Epic drop is at least 10%.
3. Three Heroes
The homeland is being besieged by enemies on all sides, now it is up to three heroes to take up their sword, spear, and bow to cleanse the land of the evil invaders. Featuring exciting combat, polished graphics, and hilarious humor; Three Heroes is the action adventure game that has something for everyone.
At some point, everyone dreams of being a hero, well now they can be three. Choose your hero and smash, hack, and shoot your way through the Slavic homeland to cleanse it from the evils that plague your land.
Inspired by stories out of Slavic myth; Three Heroes features an engaging story, epic combat, and RPG character building.
-Three playable characters, each with their own weapons and unique abilities
-Switch between characters at any time during gameplay to use the right hero for the job.
-Make your heroes more heroic with new and upgradable weapons, armor, and abilities
-Battle against enemies out of Slavic myth
-A colorful cast of hilarious characters
-Beautifully rendered graphics
There’s not much time, enemies press in on all side, grab your weapon and become a Hero.
4. Wizardry 7: Crusaders of the Dark Savant
For the First Time
Full Soundtrack and Effects
True Point & Click Mouse Interface
Unprecedented Depth of Story
Begin your adventure in Crusaders of the Dark Savant. Import your characters from Bane of the Cosmic Forge or create a new party capable of surviving the rigors of a strange alien world.
Both friends and foes you'll discover as you search for the forgotton secret of a once madman - the secret of the very universe itself. And you won't be alone in your search. Others as enterprising as you have also entered this dimension. Only your actions - both past and present - will determine just how well you fare. From the depths of a dungeon to the blue and limitless skies, you'll see it all - you'll hear it all - in this latest Wizardry adventure.
Never has a game been as true to authentic fantasy role playing. Never has a game had four different beginnings. Never has a game been so vast.
Sometimes you won't find everything as you left it; you're not alone in this world. Sometimes the people you meet will like you... if you've been nice to their friends.
Forever true to the most acclaimed fantasy role-playing simulation ever, the sequel to Bane of the Cosmic Forge. Forever beautiful graphics and sound - indoors and out. Forever in the tradition of... Wizardry
Wizardry 7 Gold is currently only available in English and on the Windows platform.
6. Super Castlevania IV
In the peaceful country of Transylvania, there is a legend of an evil
castle and its master, the Prince of Darkness, Dracula. Once every
hundred years, the powers of good mysteriously weaken, and evil attempts
to resurrect Dracula. It's up to the Belmont clan to take up the eternal
fight against the vampire. Players take on the role of Simon Belmont,
armed with the legendary whip, Vampire Killer, to defeat Dracula and his
evil minions. Luckily, Simon has many additional weapons at his
disposal, including axes, holy water, crosses, knives and even a magical
stopwatch that can stop the flow of time for a spell. Simon must travel
through 11 stages, beginning in the countryside, to reach Dracula's
Castle, all the while overcoming perilous traps and hideous monsters.
Only the power of the Belmonts can quell the looming darkness.
This game is only playable in 2D.This classic game is part of the Virtual Console service, which brings you great games created for consoles such as NES™, Super NES™ and Game Boy™ Advance. See more Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS.
7. Mortal Kombat: Deception
Mortal Kombat: Deception is a fighting video game developed and published by Midway as the sixth installment of the Mortal Kombat (MK) video game franchise. It was released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox in October 2004, and for the Nintendo GameCube in March 2005. Mortal Kombat: Deception follows the storyline from the fifth installment, Deadly Alliance. Its story centers on the revival of the Dragon King Onaga, who attempts to conquer the realms featured in the series after defeating the sorcerers Quan Chi and Shang Tsung, the main antagonists in the previous game, and the Thunder God Raiden, defender of Earthrealm. The surviving warriors from the previous titles join forces to confront Onaga.
Twenty-six characters are available to play in the game, with nine making their first appearance in the series. Deception contains several new features in the series, such as chess and puzzle games with the MK characters and an online mode. The Konquest Mode returns from Deadly Alliance, but follows the life of Shujinko, a warrior who is deceived by Onaga to search for artifacts to give Onaga more powers. In November 2006, Midway released Mortal Kombat: Unchained, a port for the PlayStation Portable, which adds characters to the game from the previous title.
Series co-creator Ed Boon designed Deception to be an unpredictable fighting game, and included new features such as the minigames as surprises. Several parts from Deadly Alliance such as combos and arenas were redesigned to be more realistic as well as more interactive. Deception has been well received by video game reviewers, who praised the fights and the new features. The Konquest Mode, however, received criticism for poor voice acting. Several publications have called Deception the best fighting game of 2004.
Categories in common with Mortal Kombat: Deception: Fighting
8. Golden Axe (1989)
Golden Axe (ゴールデンアックス, Gooruden Akkusu) is a side-scrolling, beat 'em up, hack and slash arcade video game released in 1989 by Sega for the System 16-B arcade hardware. It is the first game in the Golden Axe series.
Makoto Uchida was the lead designer of the game, and also was responsible for the creation of Altered Beast. The game was ported to the Sega Genesis and Master System consoles, among many other systems.
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NeuroVoider* is a twin-stick shooter RPG set in a cyber futuristic world about brains shooting around evil robots with nuclear rocket launchers. Battle through the horde of vigilant robots, boost your character with the smoking remains of your victims, and defeat the master NeuroVoider to end this eternal war. Play it coop with up to 4 friends, or go alone in an adventure of hack'n'slash rampage, with a pinch of rogue-lite, and some permadeath.
* may contain explosions.
- Action packed top-down shooting. May include explosions.
- Local multiplayer up to 4 players. Total coop rampage.
- Procedurally generated content and hazards. Hope you don't mind a few game overs.
- 8736 unique enemies to blow up. Yes, we counted.
- Tons of loot to customize your character with. Explode your foes with that "double twin-plasma shotgun of father doom" they've just dropped.
- Gigantic bosses to challenge your bullet dodging skills. Chances are that they don't fit on your 4K monitor.
- Powerful dark synth music by Dan Terminus. May your ears survive the beat.
10. Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast is a RPG game developed by BioWare. It was originally released in 1999. It was published by Interplay Productions. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast is available on PC.
Categories in common with Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast: Role Playing
11. Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader
Award-winning Black Isle Studios unleashes an epic RPG like no other. In the 12th century, a supernatural catastrophe tore the fabric of reality, unleashing spirits and magic, forever changing medieval Earth. Cast into this world and besieged by spirits and power groups, you must gain allies, take up arms and find your destiny.
To the common folk, magic was something to be feared and undoubtedly the handiwork of evil demons. People across Europe sought protection from the forces of evil and therefore relinquished utter control of their lives to the Inquisition.
To this day, the Inquisition still governs most of civilized Europe, directly or indirectly. In their relentless hunt for heretical wizards and magical creatures the Inquisition inspires awe and faith among many, and is despised and feared by others.
Choose your champion – Feralkin, Sylvant, Demonkin, or Human Pureblood – and align yourself with the Knights Templar, the Inquisition, or the Wielders. Explore 16th century Europe, twisted and changed by magic, and encounter the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo.
- An original story set in a warped alternative timeline
- Meet historical characters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Gallileo and Shakespeare
- One of the greatest, if often overlooked, RPGs of all time
12. Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (1991)
4 years after Arthur saved Princess PrinPrin from the evil demon Loki, a wonderful celebration is about to take place! Arthur and the Princess are engaged, and the wedding is to take place at last! Thousands from around the kingdom have come to witness this joyous event!
But somewhere in the darkness of the forest lurks a horrible evil...
Arthur and PrinPrin are spending a quiet moment locked in embrace, when she is suddenly snatched away by a huge demon! As her screams echo through the night, Arthur rushes from the castle, and pursues the demon to the graveyard, where he is greeted by hundreds of horrible ghouls and monsters!
Now, this time, they've gone too far...Arthur is ready for them...
Descending in the darkness of a long-abandoned facility, a lone ship searches for wealth, power and the scattered pieces of the past.
Monolith is a top down action shooter with procedurally generated elements. Explore a progression of floors as you make your way into the depths of the facility, encountering increasingly deadly enemies, fantastic weapons, upgrades, choices and revelations as you venture deeper towards a great and calamitous power.
- Smooth, gracious, fast action gameplay, tailored to feel good to play.
- 7 different types of weapons with over 40 unique modifiers and a ludicrous number of combinations.
- A number of floors with their own layouts, traps and enemies.
- Intricate and energetic chiptune soundtrack to complement the beat of the action.
Official Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/46BqQ2K
14. Geneforge 4: Rebellion
Geneforge 4: Rebellion is an Indie fantasy role-playing adventure, the fourth chapter of the Geneforge Saga. Once again, return to the world of the Shapers, where you will explore a vast world, choose what side you will fight for, and create and mold your own army of strange, powerful monsters.
Geneforge 4: Rebellion features an enormous world, with over 80 areas to explore. Choose among several sides, each with its own beliefs, cities, and quests. Help the rebels or fight them. Slay your enemies or use stealth and diplomacy to outwit them. Your choices will shape the world, and there are dozens of different endings.
15. PARKAN: THE IMPERIAL CHRONICLES
Parkan: the Imperial ChroniclesLegendary fantastic universe of the 90-s is back!
Parkan is a really massive game where players can travel through the randomly-generated star systems and build their own path in the universe.
Year 4097 since the foundation of the Lentis colony in some forsaken corner of the Galaxy. You are the pilot of the imperial starship “Parkan”, assigned to the Argus patrol base, that at the moment drifts helplessly on the orbit of a strange and nameless sun. Your task is to find the explorer ship that disappeared somewhere in the sector of Lentis, find out what happened to it and bring it back to the base.
It won’t be an easy task: first you will have to repair the starship and provide it with fuel. Then you need to find new weapons and navigation systems and create a squadron of drone ships. While playing you’ll have to meet the aborigines of the far-away planets, fight local pirates, try yourself as merchant or mercenary, win space fights, colonize a distant planet and maybe even create your own clan. You have the goal but the way to reach it is totally up to you!
- Legendary game from the Golden age of the Russian gaming industry now in digital distribution!
- Hybrid gameplay, combining elements of space simulator, shooter, strategy and RPG.
- Open world with endless possibilities: explore the outer space, colonize planets, negotiate with clans of robots, fight in space battles, fall aboard spaceships, and become mercenary, trader or pirate!
16. Sonic CD (1993)
Sonic the Hedgehog CD, commonly called Sonic CD, is a 1993 side-scrolling platform game published by Sega for the Sega CD. The story follows Sonic the Hedgehog as he attempts to save an extraterrestrial body, Little Planet, from Doctor Robotnik. As a Sonic the Hedgehog series platformer, Sonic runs and jumps through several themed levels while collecting rings and defeating robots. Sonic CD is distinguished from other Sonic games by its time travel feature, a key aspect to the story and gameplay. By traveling through time, players can access different versions of stages featuring alternate layouts, music, and graphics based on the time period.
The Sega CD's flagship game, Sonic CD was conceived as an enhanced port of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, but was reworked after lackluster sales of Sonic 2 in Japan. It was developed by Sonic Team—the team directed by Sonic designer Naoto Ohshima—and was designed to show off the technical capabilities of the Sega CD system. The game features the debuts of Amy Rose and Metal Sonic, and includes animated cutscenes produced by Toei Animation. Two soundtracks were composed for the game: the original score was composed by Naofumi Hataya and Masafumi Ogata, while the North American score was composed by members of the Sega Technical Institute.
Sonic CD is often called one of the best games in the Sonic series and the platform game genre. Reviewers praised its exceptional size and the time travel feature, which they felt added depth. The music was also praised, though some believed the game did not use the Sega CD's capabilities to its fullest. It sold over one million copies, making it the bestselling Sega CD game. The game was ported to Windows as part of the Sega PC brand in 1996, and to PlayStation 2 and GameCube as part of Sonic Gems Collection in 2005. A remastered version, developed by Christian Whitehead using the Retro Engine, was released for various platforms and mobile devices in 2011.
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Elite is a space trading video game, written and developed by David Braben and Ian Bell and originally published by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron computers in September 1984. Elite's open-ended game model, and revolutionary 3D graphics led to it being ported to virtually every contemporary home computer system, and earned it a place as a classic and a genre maker in gaming history. The game's title derives from one of the player's goals of raising their combat rating to the exalted heights of "Elite".
Elite was one of the first home computer games to use wire-frame 3D graphics with hidden line removal. It added graphics and twitch gameplay aspects to the genre established by the 1974 game Star Trader. Another novelty was the inclusion of The Dark Wheel, a novella by Robert Holdstock which gave players insight into the moral and legal codes to which they might aspire.
The game was followed by the sequels Frontier: Elite II in 1993, and Frontier: First Encounters in 1995, which introduced Newtonian physics, realistic star systems and seamless freeform planetary landings. A third sequel, Elite: Dangerous, began crowdfunding in 2012 and was launched on 16 December 2014, following a period of semi-open testing.
Elite proved hugely influential, serving as a model for other games including Wing Commander: Privateer, Grand Theft Auto, EVE Online, Freelancer, the X series and No Man's Sky.
Non-Acorn versions were each first published by Firebird and Imagineer. Subsequently, Frontier Developments has claimed the game to be a "Game by Frontier", to be part of its own back catalogue and all the rights to the game to have been owned by David Braben.
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18. Conquest of the New World
Conquest of the New World puts you in control of a native civilization or an expeditionary force from one of five European countries. Compete against other players in the hopes of establishing control of the New World during the sixteenth century. Not a game that simulates the actual discovery and colonization of the Americas, Conquest of the New World is generated at the beginning of each game and each New World (and game) is therefore unique.
Your job is to explore the New World, establish thriving colonies, produce and trade goods and eliminate your enemies or defend your claims from your opponents. Each player sets his own objectives for each game. For some players, winning the game may primarily involve finding lots of new landmarks in the New World and establishing many colonies.
The Deluxe Edition adds several new features to the game. Primarily it adds the option to create and play scenarios and customize the world. In addition, nations now have different bonuses, several special resources and discoveries have been added and you can form trade alliances with other nations.
- Interesting gameplay featuring exploration, management and combat
- Infinite replayability on customizable, computer-generated worlds
- Discovering the uncharted during the Age of Exploration era
Categories in common with Conquest of the New World: Strategy
19. Super Double Dragon
Super Double Dragon, known in Japan as Return of Double Dragon (リターン・オブ・双截龍(ダブルドラゴン), Ritān Obu Daburu Doragon), is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1992. It was published by Technōs Japan in Japan and by Tradewest in North America and the PAL region. Super Double Dragon is the fourth console game in the Double Dragon series developed by Technōs Japan, following Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones for the NES. The game did not have an arcade release and was made specifically for the home market.
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20. METAL SLUG DEFENSE
20 Million Download World Record!
The real action game the world is crazy about!
Here are some of the reasons of METAL SLUG DEFENSE's success:
▼ Intuitive controls & intense action !
"METAL SLUG DEFENSE" has become a worldwide success thanks to its very simple controls and its addictive gameplay!
▼ 4 players can battle each other via the Multiplayer mode!
Up to 4 players can confront each other in 1-on-1 or 2-on2 epic battles in multiplayer!
▼ Intricate 2D dot pixels!
The characters of the "METAL SLUG" universe, who were created by the best dot-pixel artists, return to fight each other in "METAL SLUG DEFENSE"
▼ Epic battles between human beings, aliens and gigantic robots!
More than 200 different characters divided into 5 armies (Regular Army, Morden Army, Marians, etc.) join the battle in "METAL SLUG DEFENSE"!
▼ Characters from "KOF join the universe of "METAL SLUG"!
The most popular characters from the 2D VS Fighting game series "KOF" are ready to battle with their trademark moves in "METAL SLUG DEFENSE"!
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21. Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a multiplatform fighting video game based on the film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, which is a semi-fictionalized account of the life of Bruce Lee.
Categories in common with Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story: Fighting
22. Raiden V: Director's Cut
THE ORIGINAL BULLET-HELL IS BACK!
Arcade hit Raiden first left its mark on the shooting genre 25 years ago. The easy to learn, hard to master series comes to the PC in its most modern and advanced form yet! Join the war for Earth's future-where the tide of battle holds constant surprises.
- Story Mode - All new story full of twists and turns! The story alters depending on your performance!
- Boss Mission - Defeat bosses under special conditions and compete in the leaderboards!
- Gallery - Dozens of character, concept, and game art waiting to be unearthed!
- Supports 1 - 2 players (offline)
- New ship damage system (uses health bar, not lives)
- 3 distinct ships with different Defense, Mobility, and sub-weapons
- New "Cheer Attack" that greatly boosts sub-weapons for a short time
- Voice Acting for the first time in the series
- Director's Cut exclusive levels
23. Fatal Fury Special (1993)
Fatal Fury Special (餓狼伝説SPECIAL, Garou Densetsu Special, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special") is a 1993 fighting game developed and published by SNK and originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of 1992's Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.
Categories in common with Fatal Fury Special (1993): Fighting
24. Montezuma's Revenge
Montezuma's Revenge is an arcade game developed by BCI Software and Utopia Software. It came out on 01-01-1984. It was published by Parker Brothers. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play Montezuma's Revenge on SEGA Master System, Apple II, Atari 8-bit and Atari 5200.
Categories in common with Montezuma's Revenge: Arcade
25. Silver Tale
Take a fantastical journey across the kingdom. Solve quests, collect rare artifacts, build upgrades, and even craft new items! Traverse huge levels in search of the items needed to overcome obstacles. Find keys to unlock treasure chests, use mighty power-ups, and solve mind-bending puzzle challenges in this innovative new match-3 experience!
Delve into the deepest caves of the kingdom to collect the rare silver holly plants to save the King's life!
Silver Tale takes the match-3 genre to the next level!
- Explore huge levels.
- Build dozens of upgrades across the kingdom.
- Discover hundreds of items and solve quests.
- Craft your own items at the local blacksmith!
- Earn tokens to spend at the casino for bonus items.
- Daily login rewards!
- Beautiful orchestral soundtrack.
- Fully-voiced characters!
Categories in common with Silver Tale: Casual
26. 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.
27. Incredible Crisis
Incredible Crisis, known in Japan as Tondemo Crisis! (とんでもクライシス!, lit. "Huge Crisis!"), is a PlayStation video game developed by Polygon Magic. The game was first published in Japan by Tokuma Shoten on June 24, 1999. Translated versions were released by Titus Software in North America and Europe throughout November 2000.
Incredible Crisis follows the four members of a working-class Japanese family on their bizarre adventures home from their daily routines to get birthday presents for the family's grandmother. The game consists of several action-oriented minigames strung together and book-ended with pre-rendered cutscenes. The game was designed and scripted by Kenichi Nishi and features music from the Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra.
Categories in common with Incredible Crisis: Action
28. The Immortal
The Immortal is an adventure, RPG and arcade game developed by Sandcastle. It was originally released in 1990. It was published by Electronic Arts. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
You can play The Immortal on Commodore / Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST and NES.
29. Cludbugz's Twisted Magic
The goblin tribes are no match for the kingdoms army and war is knocking on their door. The humans need room to expand and the goblins land is their new target. The goblins only hope lies in Cludbugz, the tribes legendary magician. Cludbugz will have to do what goblin do best be sneaky and kill their enemies when their unsuspecting. Cludbugz will have to use his magical powers to burn the key figures in the kingdoms ten strongholds to a crisp. If Cludbugz can defeat the kingdoms strongholds it will render their army headless and starving and save his people from certain doom. Control Cludbugz with an easy to move point and click combat system, find hundreds of magical items of varying rarities, gain new levels, and save Cludbugz people!More Great Games
30. Realms of Arkania 3
Something sinister is happening in the seaside town of Riva. Brave and honoured warriors refuse to fight the horde of Orcs attacking the city. An evil force preys on their minds and souls. Can your small band of heroes defeat it in time?
The object of the game is to unmask the men behind the scenes, to unriddle secrets and to never fall for the enticements and allures of Evil. Only those who see through truth and lies will survive this adventure.
Full game title: Realms of Arkania III: Shadows over RivaAn involving storyline that will keep you occupied and entertained for a long time Based upon a well-established pen & paper RPG system The Dark Eye Complex underlying mechanics for the serious role-playing game fan
Categories in common with Realms of Arkania 3: Role Playing
31. Tetris Attack
Tetris Attack is a 1995 puzzle video game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. It is the first game in the Puzzle League series. While it was originally known in Japan as Panel de Pon (パネルでポン Paneru de Pon) for the Super Famicom and featured different art assets and characters, its English localization was replaced with characters from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. It was released on the Game Boy under the same name. The Game Boy release of the Yoshi version was also later released in Japan. On November 3, 1996, a version was released for the Super Famicom's Satellaview satellite modem service as BS Yoshi's Panepon (ＢＳヨッシーのパネポン, Bī Esu Yosshī no Panepon). This game is similar to Baku Baku Animal, developed by Sega and released in 1995.
Despite using the Tetris name, this game has no resemblance to its Russian namesake. This has led Henk Rogers of The Tetris Company to say that he regrets granting permission to Nintendo to use the name.
Categories in common with Tetris Attack: Puzzle
32. 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.
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33. DEEP SPACE WAIFU: WORLD
The theme now is PLANET EARTH!
This is a simple SUPER CASUAL shmmup meant to be played even with one-hand.
This game is a new incarnation of the beloved series Deep Space Waifu!
King Bear has been stranded on Earth… and has to search for a dangerous alien enemy on top of that!
Can they be hidden In the american giant statue underwear?
Date girls around the WORLD to find out!
That’s for YOU to find out in this bombastic, striptastic WORLD TOUR!
Join KING BEAR and FRIENDS on an adventure to kick alien butt and take in the hottest vistas on our own planet!
And who knows… the best tourist attraction might just be your PERFECT WAIFU!
- ONE HAND MODE !
- 4 PLAYABLE CHARACTERS!
- A EPIC TRIP TO EARTH
- 11 UNIQUE BOSSES
- 12 GIRLS AND COUNTRIES TO MEET!
- 69 ACHIEVMENTS
Have a nice day TRAVELER!
34. Throne of Darkness
Terror Strides Our Land. You and Your Seven Samurai Stand Between Order and Oblivion.
In the ancient land of Yamato, an aging and power-hungry warlord, in his desire to live forever, has unleashed an unspeakable horror - the demon Zanshin and his horde of monsters and undead warriors. The land is soaked in the blood of your people, and the seven samurai in your party are Yamato's only hope. Use magic, weaponry, and wits to destroy Zanshin before his darkness becomes complete.Command Seven Mighty Samurai - Control up to four fierce warriors at any one time as you face the Dark Warlord's hell-spawned minions. Adaptable Weapons and Magic - Search perilous lands for new weapons, armor and artifacts. Combine elements to forge new items with powerful and unique attributes. Diverse, Formidable Lands - Struggle through massive environments teeming with giant dragons, evil spirits, shadow soldiers, and more.
35. Champions of Krynn
Champions of Krynn is role-playing video game, the first in a three-part series of Dragonlance Advanced Dungeons & Dragons "Gold Box" games. The game was released in 1990. The highest graphics setting supported in the MS-DOS version was EGA graphics. It also supported the Adlib sound card and either a mouse or joystick.
Categories in common with Champions of Krynn: Role Playing
36. Fatal Fury: King of Fighters
Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (Japanese: 餓狼伝説 ～宿命の闘い～, Hepburn: Garō Densetsu Shukumei no Tatakai, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf: The Battle of Destiny") is a 1991 head-to-head fighting game released by SNK for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. Fatal Fury was SNK's first fighting game for the Neo Geo system and served as the inaugural game in their Fatal Fury series, as well as the first game to depict the fictional "King of Fighters" tournament (which became the basis for the later The King of Fighters games). Many of SNK's mainstay characters, including the Bogard brothers Terry and Andy, friend Joe Higashi, and their nemesis Geese Howard, made their debut in this game.
Categories in common with Fatal Fury: King of Fighters: Fighting
37. To Hell with Hell
Apocalypse has arrived. And you are going to hell. Not because Natasia has been a bad girl, which she has been for sure. But because Asmodius, ruler of hell himself is calling. And he needs your help, as he got locked away by his enemies. There’s only one credo now: To hell with hell and the gruesome creatures it spit out! To Hell with Hell throws you, the last loyal child of Asmodius into a fight you can hardly win. In a classic Bullet Hell rogue-like crawler with unicorns and bananas you’ll survive deadly traps and fight dozens and dozens of mad demonic enemies.
It’s Showtime: Are you going to despair, because you are just a mortal weakling, a common human being? Well, that ain’t a Problem! Take a mask and become whomever you want to be. You can transform into a Knight, a Demon or even a Clown - the choice shall be yours. In “To Hell with Hell” masks define your skills and you can combine them as you want.
Chose. Your. Weapon: To shovel or to mortar, that's the question here. End the lives of your enemies your way. Take your Sword or your Pumpgun - it is up to you. How will you defeat the demonic mobs? Slice them, blast them - make it their worst day in hell!
Hell is not the end of the road: Wait until hell has frozen over? That’s indeed a possibility here, cause there are more places than the heated home of the demons. And once you’ve reached the frosty caves, your journey will be far from over!
38. Dragon Wars
The designers of the Bard's Tale series, Wasteland and Battle Chess pooled their talents to create the ultimate role-playing fantasy. The result was Dragon Wars.
Sailing across uncharted seas, you and your party are in search of a legendary paradise called Dilmun - a place where the streets are paved with gold and no one wants for anything.
However, King Drake of Phoebus has declared all magic illegal - magickers have been slain or fled into exile. In retaliation, enemy islands have threatened to unleash their guardian dragons, the most destructive force in the world. While docked at a harbor in Dilmun, you are arrested on suspicion of spellcasting.
Imprisoned and stripped of everything but your wits, you are sentenced to life in a cesspool called Purgatory. Magic is your only salvation - a worldly possession in a world possessed.
- Over 60 monsters and 65 spells.
- A unique combat system: choose complexity of combat resolution, determine spell strength, select tactics of ranged combat.
- A paragraph book to enhance storytelling.
39. Beyond the Beyond
Beyond the Beyond, known in Japan as Beyond the Beyond: Harukanaru Kanān he (ビヨンド ザ ビヨンド ～遥かなるカナーンへ～, lit. "Beyond the Beyond: To Far Away Kanaan"), is a role-playing video game that was developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation in 1995. Though not the first role-playing game released for the PlayStation, Beyond the Beyond was the first RPG available in the west for the console using a traditional Japanese RPG gameplay style like Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Phantasy Star. The characters were designed by popular manga artist Ami Shibata.
Categories in common with Beyond the Beyond: Role Playing
40. Geneforge Saga
The Geneforge Saga is an epic RPG that gives you tremendous freedom and non-linear gameplay as you determine the fate of a world. Take on the role of either a Shaper, who commands an army of powerful creations, or a Rebel fighting against everything the Shapers stand for. If you prefer to sling magic at your enemies, the Sorceress will be a perfect choice with her vast array of debilitating spells and hexes. Play a free-willed Servile, regain your freedom, and fight the Shapers’ hegemony with your own army. Engage in diplomacy as you work for various factions that rule the world of Geneforge or grind the factions under your heel and take power for yourself.
Each game in the Geneforge Saga offers, a vast isometric world to explore, plenty of turn-based combat, a bevy of choices and consequences, and unique NPCs to interact with. This is one of the most epic RPG series ever made, and you can pick it up on GOG.com for under $3 per game!The Geneforge Saga offers 5 games with completely non-linear gameplay with several different endings based upon your choices. A unique shaping system where you can create an army to fight for you. Six character classes featuring the powerful Sorceress and the Shaper, master of creations.
Categories in common with Geneforge Saga: Role Playing
41. Mario's Time Machine
Mario's Time Machine is an educational video game originally released for MS-DOS and then for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES consoles. The Software Toolworks both developed and published the MS-DOS and Super NES versions in 1993, while the NES version was developed by Radical Entertainment and published by Nintendo in 1994. The MS-DOS version was re-released as Mario's Time Machine Deluxe in 1996.
Mario's Time Machine is one of several educational Mario video games that were released during the early 1990s; the game focuses on teaching human history. While the gameplay and engine varies between the three different versions, the story is roughly the same: the player assumes the role of Mario, who uses a time machine to return various artifacts, which had been stolen by Bowser, to their correct points in time.
Mario's Time Machine received generally negative reviews since its release, holding an aggregate score of 60.25% on GameRankings based on two reviews. Its use as an educational title has been mixed, and the game has been compared to another educational history game, Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego?
Categories in common with Mario's Time Machine: Educational
42. Last Ninja 2
Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance is an action-adventure video game developed and published by System 3 for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC in 1988 as a sequel to the 1987 game The Last Ninja. The Acorn Electron, BBC Micro, 1990: Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS and NES ports followed in 1989. The NES version of the game was named simply The Last Ninja. In 1990, the Last Ninja Remix edition of the game was re-released for 8-bit systems.
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43. Uprising: Join or Die
Uprising offers more strategy than a military sim, and more action strategy than a shoot'em up. Using your hi-tech assault tank, loaded with powerful weapons, you need to establish tidal bases, mine for power, build factories and direct legions of allied units against the enemy - all in an amazing 3D world. The path to the stars was heralded as a new beginning for peace, expansion and discovery. It did not happen. The oppressive Imperium power now controls the whole of known space, and the masses are restless. Now is the time to rise up and smash this regime.
JOIN OR DIE!Features:
- Hybrid first person action/strategy game
- Take control of the powerful Wraith assault tank and command your armies against a ruthless horde of enemies
- Develop your base to harvest energy, create military units, and prepare for massive destruction
44. Mickey's Safari in Letterland
Mickey's Safari in Letterland is a 1993 educational Nintendo Entertainment System video game starring the famous cartoon character Mickey Mouse. In this game, Mickey must collect all of the letters of the alphabet for his museum by going to six different territories (including places inspired by the Yukon and the Caribbean). There are three levels of difficulty.
Enemies in the game include snakes, porcupines and alligators. However, players cannot die from these enemies - they are simply bounced of them. Using a digitized audio sample of each of the letter, Mickey spells with letters using his own voice.
This video game is intended for preschoolers and toddlers. Basic literacy skills are taught in this side-scrolling video game.
Categories in common with Mickey's Safari in Letterland: Platformer
Culdcept (カルドセプト, Karudoseputo) is a turn-based strategy video game. It has drawn comparisons to other modern strategy titles, and also shares features with non-video games Monopoly and Magic: The Gathering. The first installment to reach North America was the expanded port of Culdcept Second released for the Sony PlayStation 2, the North American release was simply titled Culdcept. The first game was initially released only in Japan for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation, but was ported to the Nintendo DS in 2008 as Culdcept DS.
On June 28 2012, a Japan-only sequel, Culdcept 3DS was released on the Nintendo 3DS, followed by Culdcept Revolt on July 7, 2016 in Japan (October 3 and October 6, 2017 for North America and Europe respectively) on the same system.
Categories in common with Culdcept: Board
46. Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Legend of CaoCao(Tactics)
From mobile platforms to PC
The timeless SRPG Classic, Romance of the Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics), is now available on PC. KOEI presented its title of ROTK in 1998, and due to its popular demands, in 2018 there was an online converted and a remade version launched for the global market via mobile.
And now, in 2019, we are delighted to present to you Romance of the Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics) on PC! Now, you can enjoy the strategic tour de force "The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics)" for PC.
Renowned SRPG Masterpiece, ROTK
Experience the remarkable journey to the momentous period of bedlam in 184 A.D. The period when the downfall of the great Han Dynasty and the difficulties of the Yellow Turban collided. Unify all the lands and lead your commanders with tactful strategies and test your might against worthy opponents.
Classic & Retro Style: Pixel Art
The first ever spin-off and the officially updated and released version of the Three Kingdoms series shows off its classic retro vibe through the style of Pixel Art. The unique Pixel Art UI of ROTK will evoke nostalgia for all users, providing truly unprecedented gameplay experiences.
Turn-Based Strategy Simulation
Romance of the Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics) comprises turn-based gameplay through battles with stories or real-time battles. Depending on the very single move you make, it can either lead the battle to victory or an epic failure.
Formulate diverse strategies and attain different results every time and make sure to be vigilant of varies crucial elements in game. Terrain types, positioning of commanders and their specialties should all be carefully noted when making each one of your moves.
Stories followed by the great Legend
Through Story Mode, there will be scenarios based on the actual chief commanders’ battle records, taking place on the historical battlefields.
Unravel different stories and relive the lives of all the great commanders from CaoCao, to all the other great commanders that have left a mark in history.
Journey to Unification
Conquer all 112 divided domains and achieve one large unified empire. And make sure you draft new and trained armies and fortify your domains to prevent any possible invasions.
47. Winged Sakura: Demon Civil War
Incarnated into a world of demons, you find yourself caught up in a middle of a demon civil war. You were retrieved by the Rebellions and you were given one choice: To help the Rebellions end of the civil war by conquering Pandemonium, the city where the Demon King resides. The Rebellions finally acquired the power of Incarnates, a Winged Sakura that has incarnated into the demon world, and now is able to make their final move.
Aid the Rebellions and uncover the real truth behind this world.Features
- Turn-Based RPG Combat: Lead your new group of allies into combat and strategically plan their every move. A combat system that is familiar and loved by jRPG fans.
- Stat Distribution: Want more HP? Put points into VIT! Want more damage? Put points into STR, DEX, or INT! Build your characters and adjust stats any time for any situation. Don't be afraid to experiment because every stat point can be redistributed!
- Skill Distribution: Learn new skills and decide how you'd like to make your characters stronger. Don't be afraid to experiment because every skill point can be redistributed!
- Dungeon Crawling: A slightly different approach to first person dungeon crawling RPG games. You'll be moving from randomly generated hallways to randomly generated rooms, which will contain randomly generated events.
49. Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole
You are Nigel, an elf and treasure hunter extraordinaire.
Assisted by his new partner Friday, Nigel will travel to a distant island in a search of a legendary treasure.
Categories in common with Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole: Role Playing
50. Village of Adventurers 2