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1. Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy IX (ファイナルファンタジーIX, Fainaru Fantajī Nain) is a 2000 role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the PlayStation video game console. It is the ninth title in the main Final Fantasy series and the last to debut on the original PlayStation. The game plot centers on the consequences of a war between nations in a medieval fantasy world called Gaia. Players follow bandit Zidane Tribal, who kidnaps Alexandrian princess Garnet Til Alexandros XVII as part of a gambit by the neighboring nation of Lindblum. He joins Garnet and a growing cast of characters on a quest to take down her mother, Queen Brahne of Alexandria, who started the war. The plot shifts when the player learns that Brahne is a pawn of a more menacing threat, Kuja, who shares a mysterious history with Zidane spanning two worlds.
The game was developed alongside Final Fantasy VIII. Envisioned by developers as a retrospective for the series, it departed from the futuristic settings of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII by returning to the medieval style of the first six installments. Consequently, it was influenced heavily by the original Final Fantasy game, and features allusions to the rest of the titles. Despite this approach, the game did introduce new features to the series, such as "Active Time Event" cutscenes, "Mognet", and unique equipment and skill systems.
Final Fantasy IX was released to critical acclaim. It is often cited by critics and fans as one of the best Final Fantasy titles, and holds the highest Metacritic score of the series. Final Fantasy IX was commercially successful, selling more than 5 million copies worldwide by March 2003 and 5.5 million copies by February 2016. It was re-released in 2010 as a PSOne Classic on the PlayStation Store; this version was compatible with PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation Vita support arrived in 2012. In 2016, ports featuring minor gameplay and graphical enhancements were released for iOS, Android and Microsoft Windows followed by a port for PlayStation 4 in 2017.
2. Tyrian 2000
And you thought being a Terraforming Engineer would be a quiet life compared to being a Space Marine?
Blasting rocks to make way for new settlements on Tyrian seemed like a quiet life, but your long-time Huzundra friend is now dead - bless his lizard hide. Murdered! And obviously Microsol, the Terraforming company wants you dead too!
It's that huge new rock formation you and Buce uncovered - it's Gravitium, and it's priceless. Tyrian is the only planet where it exists in commercial quantities, and Microsol are determined to control it. You can expect them to throw all their resources against you - and they won't pull any punches.
Classic, oldschool and just awesome vertical schooter gameplay at its best.
Gameplay mechanics that are easy to learn but hard to master.
Ship Editor - create your own ship and rule the skies.
3. Warcraft 2: Beyond the Dark Portal
Warcraft 2: Beyond the Dark Portal is a strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. and Cyberlore Studios. It was originally released in 1996. It was published by Blizzard Entertainment. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
Warcraft 2: Beyond the Dark Portal is available on PC and PlayStation.
Categories in common with Warcraft 2: Beyond the Dark Portal: Strategy
4. Darkstalkers Resurrection
Darkstalkers Resurrection updates to two games for the price of one - Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge and Darkstalkers 3. These feature classic gameplay and unique characters as well as a host of new features, including a variety of HD visual modes, online play with 8-player lobbies, YouTube replay sharing, improved challenge modes, dynamic awards, and unlockable extras. Embrace the dark!
3MB minimum save size
HDTV screen resolution: 720p
Network Players 2-8
Software subject to license (us.playstation.com/softwarelicense). Online activity subject to Terms of Services and User Agreement (www.playstationnetwork.com/terms-of-service). One time license fee entitles play on up to 2 PlayStation® 3 systems activated by this account.
5. Warcraft: Orcs & Humans
Warcraft: Orcs & Humans is a strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.. It was originally released in 1994. Interplay Productions published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
Warcraft: Orcs & Humans is available on PC.
It was produced by Bill Roper and Patrick Wyatt. Chris Palmer, Glenn Stafford, Gregory Alper and Rick Jackson scored the game.
Categories in common with Warcraft: Orcs & Humans: Strategy
6. Double Dragon
Set in a post-apocalyptic New York, Double Dragon is the story of Billy and Jimmy Lee, twin brothers trained in the fighting style of Sou-Setsu-Ken. Together, they manage a small martial arts training school, teaching their students in self-defense. One day, Billy's girlfriend, Marian, is kidnapped off the street by the "Black Warriors", a savage street gang led by a man named Willy. The Black Warriors demand the Lee brothers disclose their martial arts secrets in exchange for Marian's freedom. The Lee brothers set out on a rescue mission to crush the Black Warriors and save Marian.
Using whatever techniques they have at their disposal, from the basic punches and kicks to the invulnerable elbow strike, as well any weapon that comes into their hands, the Lee brothers must pursue the gang through the city slum, industrial area and the forest before reaching their hideout to confront the big boss, Willy.
The NES version of this game also has an additional VS. fighting mode for one or two players. Players choose from a field of six different characters (Billy and 5 of the enemy characters) and enter into a one-on-one fighting match. Players have to punch, kick, jumpkick, and even use a weapon against their opponents until someone's health bar is fully drained. The winner is the last one standing.
Platform: PC | PlayStation 4 | Nintendo Switch | Nintendo 3DS | Xbox 360 | PlayStation 3 | PS Vita | PSP | Wii U | Wii | Game Boy Advance | Game Boy | NES | Commodore / Amiga | Atari 7800 | Atari 2600 | Atari ST | Atari Lynx | Genesis | SEGA Master System
7. Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition
Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition is a strategy game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.. It came out on 01-01-1999. It was published by Blizzard Entertainment. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
You can play Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition on PC.
Categories in common with Warcraft 2: Battle.net Edition: Strategy
8. ACA NEOGEO THE KING OF FIGHTERS '97
'THE KING OF FIGHTERS '97' is a fighting game released by SNK in 1997. Featuring popular characters from 'FATAL FURY' and 'ART OF FIGHTING', these fighters will battle to determine who is the strongest. The ADVANCED and EXTRA modes of gameplay offer an even deeper level of tactics.
The ‶ACA NEOGEO' series has faithfully reproduced many classic NEOGEO masterpieces.
Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each other from all over the world with their high scores.
Please enjoy the masterpiece that built a generation for video games.
Remote Play requires PS Vita system and sufficiently robust Wi-Fi connection.
Arcade Archives Series Produced by HAMSTER Co.
9. Conquests of the Longbow: The Legend of Robin Hood
Live The Legend of the Longbow!
The Gauntlet has been Dropped.
The most intriguing and enduring outlaw of all time comes to life in Sierra's richest, most complex game yet. To survive, you must use compassion as wee as wits and cunning.
Think Fast. Choose Well.
Armed with logic, creativity and moral judgement, you'll face some of the most intricate and challenging puzzles you've ever seen. Many puzzles have multiple solutions with varying implications - some more desirable than others. Even the game itself has at least five possible endings.
Magic, Beauty, Motion and Music.
The art of Robin Hood is inspiring. Created with the brilliant palette of an illuminated medieval manuscript, it's a festival of light and color. Experience the splendor of 12th century England, from the grime of Nottingham to the vibrancy of Sherwood. The detailed video-captured animation is fluid and varied; most characters you meet have unique animated portraits. More puzzles than any previous Sierra adventure game. Arcade sequences with adjustable levels of difficulty, including auto-win. Original soundtrack based on medieval music styles, using the sounds of period instruments. A no-typing, point-and-click interface.
11. Bravely Default
Square Enix's highly-acclaimed fantasy RPG brings deep, strategic combat to the Nintendo 3DS™ system in an ambitious game that bolsters its turn-based combat with a compelling new risk/reward system RPG fans will obsess over. Explore Luxendarc as Tiz and other memorable characters on a visually stunning quest to restore balance to the world.
Hand-drawn 3D backgrounds and a rousing score bring Luxendarc to life. Enter a brave new world of turn-based combat! Time your turns tactically and turn the tides in your favor with the new Brave and Default system. Flex your strategic muscle by combining more than twenty jobs with hundreds of different abilities. Summon friend’s characters to fight by your side, or borrow their abilities*. Recruit citizens with the StreetPass™ feature to rebuild Tiz's destroyed village. Be part of the community in this fresh take on the single player RPG!
- A unique, innovative twist on turn-based combat
- Complex, lovable characters in a top-tier RPG
- Time your turns tactically with the new Brave and Default system
- Summon your friend’s characters to fight by your side, or borrow their abilities*
- Form flexible strategies by combining 20+ jobs with hundreds of abilities
- Acquire StreetPass™ tags and use them to gain access to powerful equipment and items in-game
- Evocative music and gorgeous hand-drawn watercolor backgrounds with 3D elements
In-game content available for purchase using stored account funds.
* Wireless broadband Internet access required for online play. For more info, go to support.nintendo.com.
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Platform: Nintendo 3DS
12. Hunger Dungeon
"Hunger Dungeon" is a 1-6 player round-based Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game.
Enter a cutthroat arena with more than 12 heroes including the Dwarf Forgemaster, Octo Pirate, Princess Ranger, and the Demonic Knight!
- Compete in absolute chaos in Free-for-All or group up and take on other players in classic Team Deathmatch.
- Mix and match Spell Scrolls and equipment between rounds to optimize your build (like a MOBA).
- Utilize positive and negative status effects to your advantage!
- Or...for those wishing for a greater challenge. Recruit up to 3 other players to take on Dragon Mode, facing off against one of three powerful element dragons for exclusive rewards!
*4 randomly-chosen characters are available for free players each week. Premium players can access the original 12 characters permanently.
- Collecting Gold increases damage dealt
- Collides with opponents head-on
- Leaves a trail of poisonous Dirty Water
- Fires a Death Cannon
- Conceals in the terrain
- Sets traps to immobilize enemies
- Temporarily reduces cooldown of Spell Scrolls
- Increased Mana regeneration
- 2D top-down battle style - with a pixel-art aesthetic
- Free-to-play - four free players available each week, in-game currency to earn permanent Hero unlocks
- Up to 6 player online matches - Free-for-All and Team Deathmatch
- A roster of distinctive characters - each with unique skills and effects
- 30+ Spell Scrolls - fireballs, lightning bolts, and ice bombs devastate your opponents
- 40+ items to equip - turn the tide with unique magical equipment with various effects
- 40+ stages to explore - battle in lush forests, painful volcanoes, or frozen tundras
Shardbound is a Tactical Collectible Card Game. As you play, you’ll collect hundreds of units and build armies to compete head-to-head with other players in matches of cunning and skill. Use positioning, the terrain, and your units’ unique abilities to achieve victory.
In the world of Shardbound, a great land rush has begun: the shards of an ancient, broken world are falling from the sky. You'll establish a Noble House alone or with friends, then head Shardbound to complete objectives and secure riches and fame.
If you’re watching somebody streaming Shardbound on Twitch, their Shardfall will appear in your overworld, giving you access to special Twitch objectives and content generated specifically for their viewers to complete.
Categories in common with Shardbound: Strategy
14. Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy
She's beautiful. She's brave. She knows her way around a jungle. She is fighting the most difficult battle of her life.
Fortunately, Jill is a tough lady. She can run, jump, and skillfully use her knife and spinning blade. Want to really trick Jill’s opponents? Find the magical icons, and Jill will transform into a flaming bird, a leaping frog, or even better, a fish who can shoot bullets! Even though Jill is prepared for the dangers of the jungle, helping her complete her mission will not be easy. Do you have the courage to help her? Jill of the Jungle: The Complete Trilogy includes:Jill of the Jungle Jill Goes Underground Jill Saves the Prince
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Dungetris is a game in a Rogue-like genre with an original system of building a level and the elements of a card game.
You build a tower by using the rules which are similar with the famous game. Finish the construction of the castle to the certain height and fight with a boss. These goals are the main ones in each level.
There are no standard items and inventory. You can help to your hero by means of playing cards. Everything, that you can find in the game, from weapon to quest is presented by playing cards. Collect them all!
Cards and blocks need to be used wisely. Sometimes the wrong step can lead you to the dead end.
- Different worlds
- Variety of hero cards
- Diversity of playing cards
- Several game modes
- Fun art and atmosphere music…
16. The Incredible Machine
The Incredible Machine is a puzzle game developed by Jeff Tunnell Productions. It was originally released in 1992. Sierra On-Line published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Recommended".
The Incredible Machine is available on PC.
It was produced by Jeffrey Tunnell. It was scored by Christopher Stevens.
Categories in common with The Incredible Machine: Puzzle
17. King's Bounty
King's Bounty is a RPG-strategy game developed by New World Computing. It came out on 01-01-1990. It was published by New World Computing. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
King's Bounty is available on Commodore / Amiga, Apple II, Classic Macintosh and Genesis.
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. Mitsume ga Tooru
The player controls Hosuke Sharaku, the last Three-eyed man. In the intro we see another Three-eyed man, Prince Godaru, riding on the ancient tank Gomorrah. Godaru destroys a part of the city then kidnaps Sharaku's friend, Wato Chiyoko
The game contains five levels with different designs and a boss in the end of every stage. The player's character can shoot and jump; also he can summon the Red Condor (Akai Condor). The Red Condor is an important weapon during the game. It can be used as a jumping platform if you jump on the top of the spear, or it can simply attack the enemies (doing double damage). The basic weapon is a regular bullet. It goes straight forward with medium speed. You can buy three additional types of bullets with different advantages and disadvantages. To buy weapons and other things (like life) you need gold coins. The gold coins are dropped by defeated enemies, and the value of coins can be increased by shooting them.
The main hero, Hosuke, searches for his girlfriend on the streets of the city, takes a ride on the roof of a truck and has his battle in the stock yard. In the end of the level Hosuke takes on the first boss called Goblin, who can only be hit when he is caught off-guard.
Hosuke fights in a jungle and in an extended cave full of different creatures. At the end of the level he has to defeat the giant alien plant, Borubokka.
Now the main hero has to go through an ancient pyramid and there are catacombs full of danger. He must be careful of spikes and other fatal traps.
Hosuke sails on a motorboat to an abandoned ship. After getting to the other end of the ship, he has to defeat a large ghost formed of dozens vicious fireflies.
Hosuke enters the Sodom, which divides into three sub-sections. After travelling through all of the three sub-sections with three sub-bosses and riding an elevator to the surface, Hosuke fights against Gomorrah, then he finally finds Godaru, the prince of the Three-eyed ones.
20. Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters
Eons before the Green Lantern Corps, the Guardians of the Universe created an android race of interstellar police—the Manhunters. When corrupted programming made them punish all life, the Manhunters were exiled. Now they’ve returned, seeking vengeance. Armed with a power ring charged by will, the Corps is looking to you as the newest recruit, gifted but cocky test pilot Hal Jordan, to protect peace and preserve justice.
• MASTER THE RING: Wield a spectacular range of “hard-light” construct
• EXPLORE THE UNIVERSE: Traverse many worlds as you unlock new techniques.
• TAKE FLIGHT: Soar across the universe and destroy legions of enemies.
21. Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim (2000)
Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim (2000) is a strategy game developed by Cyberlore Studios. It came out on 01-03-2000. Hasbro Interactive published the game. The game is rated as "Exceptional" on RAWG.
You can play Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim (2000) on PC.
Categories in common with Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim (2000): Strategy
22. Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure
Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure is an exciting journey across a forbidden planet full of dangers and surprises. Can he save his parents before they're lightly seasoned and devoured?
Cosmo is a lovable extra-terrestrial with a special ability: He has hands that work like suction cups! He can cling to walls, ledges, and all sorts of things. Using his suction hands, Cosmo is able to avoid dangers, scale cliffs and get to places other aliens can't reach.Features
Creature Closet: Over 20 unique and surprising creatures.
Superstar: Cosmo has many tricks, such as scaling walls with his suction hands.
Size and Simplicity: Massive but easy-to-explore levels.
Save Your Game: Game saves, built-in hints, and much, much more.
Controller Support: Partial Xbox 360 Controller support.
23. Way of the Passive Fist
A mysterious figure known only as the Wanderer travels across the distant planet of Zircon V, a once prosperous mining colony that is now on the brink of destruction in the face of its dying star. By using the Passive Fist technique, the Wanderer can outlast any foe by deflecting their attacks and draining their stamina. With colonists disappearing and maniacs running wild, the Wanderer must stand firm, stay calm and fight for answers in this unique modern brawler!Gameplay Features
- Timing & Rhythm Based CombatClassic brawler action flipped on its head! Study your enemies' patterns and nullify their attacks with perfectly timed parries and dodges and let your enemies defeat themselves
- Build Combos & Unleash Super AttacksFill your super meter with consecutive parries and dodges and spend it to destroy all who stand in your way
- Create Your Own Difficulty SettingAdjust gameplay settings to customize your own challenge level with its own unique name
- Fully Remappable ControlsSet any action to any button! With fully remappable controls you can use a controller one-handed (left hand or right hand), you can play on controller with just the use of sticks (no buttons) or play on keyboard. You have the freedom to play your way!
- Level Up!Earn medals and XP from fights to earn upgrades and unlock new abilities
- Story & Arcade Modes Play through the Story Mode and take a stance against tyranny on Zircon V. Then, challenge yourself with the Arcade Mode and play through the whole game with limited lives to prove your mastery of the Passive Fist!
24. Earth 2140 Trilogy
The year is 2140. After numerous wars and several environmental disasters, only two world powers remain; the United Civilized States (UCS) covering the American continent, Western Europe and North Africa, and the Eurasian Dynasty (ED) covering the coherent landmasses of Eastern Europe and Asia.
The damage caused by the long wars led both world powers to evacuate the population to recently built underground cities. Australia and most parts of Africa were sacrificed during the long wars, which lasted several decades. Highly toxic biological and chemical weapons were developed on these continents, leaving them so badly contaminated, that no human life can survive there. Most of the world's population forgot that this land ever existed.
Conflicts between UCS and the ED escalated and became the final world war. This war will decide who will get the last of the available natural resources and ultimately rule the world.
Multiplayer notice: Although the game contains "net" and "serial" buttons, actual multiplayer functionality was never implemented by the game developers.The Trilogy includes the original Earth 2140 campaign along with Mission Pack 1 and Final Conflict Mission Pack The unique Virtual General feature that takes over the minutiae of commanding your army Futuristic warfare in a post-apocalyptic setting
Categories in common with Earth 2140 Trilogy: Strategy
25. Heroes Chronicles: All chapters
Eight titles featuring the gameplay you know and love from Heroes of Might and Magic III. Eight chapters that tell the story of Tarnum, a barbarian hero and liberator of his kinsmen. After generations of oppression, Tarnum discovers his people's true history and leads an army of Stronghold troops against their tyrannical masters. Marching from the arid roughlands of his homeland and the muggy swamps of the lowlands, he follows and even surpasses the deeds of his legendary ancestor, who defeated the spellcasting oppressors long ago.
This great pack of all eight Heroes Chronicles chapters will allow you to spend hours adventuring on the continent of Antagarich.
"Heroes Chronicles: All chapters" includes "Warlords of the Wastelands", "Conquest of the Underworld", "Masters of the Elements", "Clash of the Dragons", "The Final Chapters", "The World Tree", "The Fiery Moon", "Revolt of the Beastmasters", and "The Sword of Frost".Spinoff of the classic Heroes of Might and Magic series - 8 games, each a chapter of the immortal hero's story
Different atmosphere in each campaign - from arid, deserted wastelands to beautiful and lush forests
A fun, extensive, and addictive turn-based strategy experience that will keep you hooked up for many hours
Categories in common with Heroes Chronicles: All chapters: Strategy
26. Tomb of Tyrants
The Hook:Claim and defend the titular Tomb against waves of greedy adventurers by matching tiles to construct and fill your deadly dungeon with traps, minions, and more! In an unorthodox blend of Tetris and Dungeon Keeper, clearing tiles rewards you with resources and space for vertical expansion, putting distance and dangers between invading hero-types and your squishy Tyrant.The Rundown:
- A unique blend of tower-defense strategy, simulation, RPG, and puzzling!
- Slick, simple, and frenetic matching mechanics, where reflexes and planning are both rewarded!
- Lovingly pixeled characters, settings, and items!
- Single-sitting sessions with long-term unlocks, gradually taking your game from newbie-friendly to deep and cerebral!
- Tons of diverse floors, items, minions, heroes, and more, to discover and exploit--And more to come!
- Tactically emergent gameplay, spawning new strategies and builds as your game evolves!
- Frequent updates and direct responses to player feedback!
27. Tactical Genius Online
1. What is “Tactical Genius Online”?
Tactical Genius is a turn-based strategy game with the focus on multiplayer and a system of simultaneous orders with an emphasis on the tactical component. There is also an integrated with multiplayer ability to play against the computer opponent.
2. What is a “System of simultaneous orders”?
Players simultaneously give orders to their units, capitals and forts. When all the players finish giving orders, units start to move by turns: by way of initiative, which depends on the unit type and its health. All players know at the stage of giving orders which unit will move first in this turn and take this into account in their plans. The greater initiative allows moving first.
3. How does it make the game special?
- It doesn’t matter who clicks the fastest, the movement begins only when everyone has finished giving orders. We don’t spoil turn-based strategy by comparing the speed of mouse clicking!
- Don’t assume anything as an accomplished fact, but anticipate the moves of your enemies and mislead them. This interesting feature of the game will make you take a fresh look at the gameplay.
- Here you can play a dynamic game, in which you don't have to wait for your turn alternately with your opponent (we all know those types of games and they can be tiresome).
4. What is the aim of the game?
- Fight for the key points on a randomly generated map in mods 1x1, 2x2, FFA4 and "Player vs AI".
- More key points = more units.
- Don’t surrender your capital and try to capture the enemy’s capital.
- Every unit has 3 simple skills and a fourth special skill, which is given only on level 5. You can get and improve skills as you gain experience in battles.
- This gives you the opportunity to experiment with a variety of strategies, combinations of units, and their skills.
- Choose what kind of units you will assemble and in which order. The current version of the game features six unit types: Warrior, Archer, Pyromancer, Vampire, Necromancer and Assassin. You will have to make a decision as to which unit will start the game, which will come next, and come up with your favorite combinations. For instance: a Warrior, three Vampire, and a Pyromancer. Or do you want to try to create the army consisting of invisible assassins? Or maybe you want to suppress enemies by using their own fallen warriors, focusing on necromancers hiding behind the archers?
You can play the game for free, earning gold to buy new units. Three basic units will be available at the beginning of the game, the other ones need to be bought for gold. Gold can be bought for real money, if desired.
28. Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II
Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II is an arcade-style Formula One racing video game developed and manufactured by Sega, and the follow-up to Super Monaco GP. The game was released for the Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, and the Sega Game Gear, appearing in the United States on 16 July 1992, Japan on 17 July 1992, and sometime later in 1992 in Europe. Along with boasting the most "realistic physics", it was the best received console driving game at the time of release, the game was also endorsed by the then Formula One champion Ayrton Senna, who won the race more times than any other driver, with six victories, and five races consecutively between 1989 and 1993. The game's development was also assisted by Senna, who supplied his own advice about the tracks featured in the game.
Categories in common with Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II: Racing
29. BREATH OF FIRE
In a distant land, peace was maintained for thousands of years by the powerful Dragon Clan. One day, the goddess Tyr appeared to them and offered to fulfill their every wish. Greed split the clans into the Dark Dragons and the Light Dragons, who battled to win Tyr's magic as she watched and encouraged their war. A warrior emerged from the Light Dragons, and with his seven companions, he sealed the goddess into another realm.
Centuries have passed, and the Dark Dragons are destroying villages in search of the goddess keys to release Tyr from her prison. A new warrior must arise to face this latest blight!
Join Ryu as he embarks on an adventure of a lifetime! He will need to rely on his companions if he is to rediscover the lost powers of the Light Dragons and save his sister, Sara, from the evil clutches of the Dark Dragons. Fight, and prove that the Warrior of the Dragon is not just a myth!
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. We hope you'll enjoy the new features (including off-TV play) that have been added to this title. See more Virtual Console games for Wii U.
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30. DROD 4: Gunthro and the Epic Blunder
"Deadly Rooms of Death" (DROD) is a turn-based strategy and tactics puzzle game series. It is a 2D top-down puzzle adventure that focuses on pure gameplay mechanics, best described succinctly as "chess in a Zelda-like environment." The DROD series began over a decade ago and has enthralled thousands of players.
Swordplay and puzzles combine in this thinking man's dungeon crawl. It's simple to learn, with just a handful of commands to master. This game's rogue-like exterior belies clever puzzle design and unique play mechanics that provide amazing depth. Each room is a hand-crafted puzzle that you solve by clearing out all the monsters with your Really Big Sword without letting any reach and kill you. Monster types each have their own AI, with deterministic movement patterns. Puzzle elements and terrain types help and hinder you in solving each puzzle. You start by learning basic mechanics and fighting techniques, and then the difficulty steadily ramps up as each room you face presents a fresh challenge with a logical solution. This game features a novel play style, with story- and puzzle-driven voiced dialogue delivered inline with hardcore puzzle solving that involves a mix of strategy, tactics, lateral thinking and linchpins. As developers, our goal is to present you with a novel experience where game mechanics are paramount. DROD will give you that "just one more room" feeling.
This game is the entry-point title in the ongoing DROD franchise. "Gunthro" is designed as an beginner-level offering to the DROD world, with both new players and veterans in mind. The level layout is has multiple hub areas to explore as you progress. The game starts easy, has a smooth learning curve and an integrated online hints system. You should be pleased by the puzzle designs that went into this game, making for a delightful blend of fun and challenge. A level editor and enthusiastic player community make this a game you can relish for years.
Main game features
- Over 300 puzzle rooms across 25 levels, each organized around different combinations of puzzle elements.
- All-new enhanced version of the "Gunthro and the Epic Blunder" campaign!
- Over 25,000 usermade rooms available for download!
- Dozens of secret areas and optional extra challenge levels that lie in store for the more curious and adventuresome, uncovered in a variety of ways.
- Varied elements and monster types like rock golems, giant serpents, wraithwings, and evil eyes, each with a distinctive AI behavior and requiring different strategies and tactics to conquer.
- Hours of contextual music composed by synthpop artist Jon Sonnenberg of Travelogue.
- New and upgraded in-game artwork, including three all-new terrain styles, with real-time lighting and a range of environmental effects.
- Full-featured level/campaign editor, with custom scripting engine and modding capabilities
- Active and friendly player community
- Hi-score competition and hints system via our CaravelNet service
In this game, Beethro Budkin recounts an epic tale of adventure to his precocious nephews about his grandfather, Gunthro Budkin, and his exploits in the dangerous nation of Rasarus. Gunthro is a third-generation smitemaster and a rather ugly man. Smitemasters are hard-bitten, muscled veteran dungeon exterminators that slay hideous beasties in dark places for a living. You know Gunthro will get the job done, and you'll happily pay him to clear your basement of giant man-eating dungeon roaches.
When the Rasarun king is slain by an officer of Tueno, Gunthro is recruited by Rasarus to defend his country and reclaim its honor. However, as Gunthro searches deeper, he will find that things are not quite as they seem.
Experience the unique turn-based puzzle dungeon adventure of DROD!
- DROD: Gunthro and the Epic Blunder
- DROD OST: Deadly Music of Death, Volumes 1 and 2
31. Fallout Pip-Boy
From Vault-Tec and RobCo Industries comes the Pip-Boy: America’s finest, easiest-to-use personal information processor.
CREATING AN ELECTRONIC BOND!
This app lets your portable device interact with Fallout 4 on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4 or PC. Away from your game system? No problem! Pip-Boy will remember your status and allow you to access your data while on the go.
SYNCRONIZED TO YOUR TERMINAL!
Improve your life by integrating completely with Fallout 4. Check your Stats, Inventory, Map, Radio and even play your holotape games all from the convenience of your Pip-Boy application.
MINI GAME MANIA!
Thanks to revolutionary advances in emulation technology, you can now play holotape games on your Pip-Boy. Atomic Command included free!
MADE JUST FOR YOU!
Designed for both new Vault Dwellers and those already familiar with the dangers of the Wasteland!
FALLOUT 4 PIP-BOY EDITION COMPATIBILITY!
Did you purchase the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition for your favorite game system? Make sure to snap in your phone device for the complete Pip-Boy experience!
32. The Lord of the Rings Volume Two: The Two Towers
The Lord of the Rings Volume Two: The Two Towers is a RPG game developed by Interplay Entertainment. It came out on 01-01-1991. Interplay Productions published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Skip".
You can play The Lord of the Rings Volume Two: The Two Towers on PC.
It was produced by Brian Fargo.
Categories in common with The Lord of the Rings Volume Two: The Two Towers: Role Playing
33. Rock Boshers DX: Directors Cut
Get ready to take a trip back to the 80s, the 1880s!
Help young Queen Victoria fight her way across Mars and attempt to escape home in this exceedingly retro arcade adventure!
Created to look, feel and sound like an 8-bit styled videogame from the 1980s - Rock Boshers DX: Director’s Cut mixes top down and side on 8-way directional shooting action.
See amazing sights as you journey across Mars. Prepare to bosh rocks! - with only the occasional break for tea and scones.
RBDX is a 2D pixel drawn arcade action game, created as if made on an 8bit hardware (choose from either NES or ZX Spectrum visuals), but modernised with widescreen formatting, HD rendering and of course - no colour clash!
Authentic 8bit loading sounds and borders art!
Soldiers, zombies, giant bugs, tanks and more all try to block your progress.
Leaderboards to compete on and achievements to obtain.
Weapons to collect to help you escape the levels, such as Coal Rockets and Steam Lasers.
Hidden snacks to collect to unlock bonus arcade games.
4k and above rendering on PCs with the correct hardware/display.
Yes you can collect snacks hidden throughout the levels to unlock bonus arcade games such as:
- sees you chasing down a giant lump of Cheddar.
- is a mini spinoff from the DX version, where you must protect a milk pipeline under the sea.
- places you in the shadow of some ancient Martian pyramid as you dash to collect gems.
- lets you take to the stars in your very own space ship.
Which other retro action game which lets you play as Queen Victoria, through a small chunk of 100% accurate history from an alternate universe? :D
You even get to meet Charles Darwin!
34. Siralim 3
The King of Siralim, tainted by an unknown force, has brought war to the lands of Rodia, capturing all of the country's kingdoms and slaughtering their people in the process. Now, only one kingdom remains that can stand against this unlikely adversary: Nex. As the king (or queen) of Nex, it is your job to fight back against Siralim's tyranny and return peace to Rodia once more.
If you're in a hurry, we've written a short list of features Siralim 3 has to offer. You can read about each feature in more detail by scrolling down past this list.
- Collect and breed over 700 different creatures to fight for you.
- Explore randomly generated dungeons with 15 unique tilesets.
- Craft artifacts and spell gems to equip your creatures for battle.
- Infinite playability - there's not even a level cap. New features are introduced well-beyond the 100-hour mark. You'll never run out of things to do!
- Rich end-game content, including Itherian Realms, super-bosses, arena battles, asynchronous player-versus-player, and much more!
- Content updates and patches are planned for after the game launches.
- Take part in our community, contribute your suggestions, and let's create the ultimate monster taming game together!
Your primary goal in this game is to collect creatures to fight for you. There are over 700 in total, and each one has a unique trait that improves its abilities in battle.
You can acquire new creatures either by finding them in the wild, or by breeding two of your own creatures to make them lay an egg. For example, you can create a Gula Sin by breeding together a Wyvern Sonicscreecher and an Aaxer Apocalypse.
Keep your eyes open for ultra-rare "Singular" creatures, which are creatures that have a unique color scheme compared to their normal counterparts.
Each creature also has its own lore that you can read about in the library. In total, our creature lore contains more than 55,000 words. That's the size of a novel!
Take your creatures into randomly generated dungeons called "Realms". There, you'll fight against enemies that can be killed to increase your creatures' experience points, as well as drop resources and items that you can use to further improve your party.
There are 15 different tilesets for Realms, and each Realm offers exclusive creatures, quests, events, and much more.
Your creatures can equip items called Spell Gems, which allow them to cast the spells contained in these gems. You can enchant these Spell Gems to add new properties to them which change the way the spell works. For example, you can customize the type of damage the spell does, or cause the spell to activate an additional effect after a creature casts it.
There are over 300 Spell Gems to find in the game, and over 20 properties that you can add to each spell. The possibilities are endless!
Each of your creatures can also equip an Artifact. Artifacts are items that grant the equipped creature a wide array of bonuses. These bonuses range anywhere from a simple boost to their attacks, all the way to granting them new traits and spells.
Artifacts have randomly generated properties, but you can also utilize over 1000 different crafting materials to add, remove, or modify these properties. Different creatures work better with different properties, so you'll need to experiment to figure out what works best for your team!
There's an insane amount of rare items and accomplishments to collect. Here's a brief list... and believe it or not, this doesn't even begin to scratch the surface.
- Cards - these rare items have a small chance to drop from enemies after you defeat them. They grant bonuses to you and your creatures just by having them in your inventory. It will take a long time to find all of the 700+ cards in the game!
- Talismans - these work a lot like Cards in that they provide you with passive bonuses. However, by completing certain end-game content, you can upgrade your Talismans to improve the bonus and even unlock new powers!
- Favor - There are 15 gods in the game, and you can increase your favor with each one. As you do so, you'll unlock new game features, creatures, items, and more!
- Knowledge - the more you defeat a certain creature, the more knowledgeable you'll become about it, which unlocks new bonuses when you're fighting against that creature. Eventually, you'll be able to see a creature's health/mana bars in battle, view their lore in the library, deal additional damage to them, gain more experience points and resources by defeating them, and increase their chance to drop their Card.
- Singular Creatures - each creature in the game has a "Singular" counterpart. Singular Creatures are extremely difficult to find and have a unique color palette.
- Achievements - the game has hundreds of achievements for you to collect. When you earn an achievement, you'll gain some Achievement Points which improve the quality and quantity of loot you'll find during your travels.
- Wardrobe and Titles - you can unlock new costumes for your character to wear (such as a chef's uniform), as well as titles that change your name (so you might go from being called "King James" to "James the Drunk"). Wardrobes and titles can be seen by other players when you participate in asynchronous player-versus-player battles.
Don't you hate when a good game comes to an end? We do too. That's why Siralim 3 never truly ends.
There's not even a level cap. You can continue leveling your character and creatures forever, all while still finding new challenges waiting for you just around the corner. We've crafted every game mechanic around players who want to someday accumulate hundreds, if not thousands of hours of playtime.
Completing the game's main story quests is just the beginning. After that, you'll unlock countless new systems to keep you entertained for hundreds of hours to come.
Here's a brief list of some of the game's end-game content, but again, there's so much more to this game than we can possibly write here.
- Itherian Realms - these work like normal Realms (as we described earlier), except these have randomly generated properties that change the way the enemies or even the Realm itself behaves. You can acquire and upgrade Talismans in Itherian Realms in order to bolster your party. You can even find the elusive Itherian Creatures here, which are rare creatures that have unique traits you won't find anywhere else.
- Tavern Brawls - fight against other players' creatures in asynchronous player-versus-player combat. You can earn exclusive Spell Gems and other items if you win!
- End-Game Quests - a never-ending supply of quests and missions for you to complete long after you experience the main storyline quests.
- Super Bosses - we can't spoil what these are or how they work here, but rest assured that you'll face plenty of grueling challenges by fighting these bosses... and you'll be handsomely rewarded if you manage to win.
- Arena - draft a team of creatures and see how many enemies you can take down before your party is wiped out.
- More is on the way! We're committed to bringing content updates that include tons of awesome, end-game content after the game launches.
Q: Do I need to play Siralim or Siralim 2 before playing Siralim 3? Are the stories related in any way?
A: Siralim 3 is a completely standalone game, and for that reason, you should have no problems playing it without playing the other games first. While the stories in Siralim 2 and 3 are intertwined, they can still be enjoyed independently. In short, there's something for new and old players alike!
Q: What's new from Siralim 2?
A: We already listed most of the new features elsewhere on this page, but if you're looking for a more concise list, check out the FAQ on our website!
Q: What platforms is Siralim 3 available on?
A: It will be available on Steam (PC/Mac/Linux), Android, iOS, Playstation 4, and possibly Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. We'll release the game in the following order: PC, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox/Switch. We do not have any ETAs on release dates for any of these platforms, but we will make an announcement when we do.
Categories in common with Siralim 3: Role Playing
35. Molemen Must Die!
Your president has been insulted by the Mole King and it’s up to you to defend his honor and claim revenge! Escort an unfeasibly huge bomb to the center of the earth in endless falling platform action. Brace yourself for ridiculous deaths at high speed as you equip a bounty of spectacularly overpowered weapons and bizarre power-ups that constantly shake up your tactics. Take on the Molemen and their allies, evading and attacking as they try to destroy you, your bomb and your one objective - REVENGE!
- Tactical falling action! Fall in style and fight your way deep into the earth in this endlessly descending platformer!
- Hours of arcade gameplay! With constantly changing power ups, environments, weapons and enemy types, no two rounds will ever be the same!
- Death has its perks! A random game-changing power is gifted to you with every death; pray for that perfect killer combo that will lead you to explosive glory!
- A gun for every situation! From expanding lasers to the bizarre decommissioned shell launcher, equip a plethora of unique weapons to find the perfect tool for every job!
- Explore the underground! Blast your way from the City of the Molemen to the Jungles of the Geckos, with no passport required or recognized!
- Compete with the world! Show your friends you're the greatest crazed killer in the world by climbing the leaderboards, and pull off the best death-wish mission ever!
- Full controller support! Nobody can challenge your freedom to stay on the couch forever, with full controller support; perfect for Steam Big Picture!
- Razer Chroma support! Get more enjoyment out of your $200 light-up keyboard as you watch it react to how you play!
38. Pixel Zombie
The end of the world has come. Hordes of zombies swallowed the world. Defend and destroy all the zombies. Be careful, since ordinary people are running towards your base. Do not let a zombie kill you, save all people and survive in this difficult world of post-apocalypse.
Pixel graphics, many levels, mesmerizing music and hordes of zombies.
Zombies run on expensively with top in a bottom.
Click on the running zombies and destroy them, getting bonuses.
39. Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers (1998)
Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers (1998) is a game developed by MicroProse Software. It came out on 14-01-1998. MicroProse published the game. The game is rated as "Meh" on RAWG.
You can play Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers (1998) on PC.
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40. Star Trek: The Rebel Universe
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe is an action-adventure computer game written by Firebird Software and published by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It was originally released for the Atari ST in 1987, and was followed the next year with versions for the Commodore 64 and IBM PC.
The game places the user in control of the bridge crew of the Enterprise while they explore an area of space attempting to understand why all previous Federation ships that entered the region have mutinied. Each member of the bridge crew is in control of certain aspects of ship operations, allowing the player to control the mission through their stations. The user can also orbit above planets and beam down selected members in order to find devices or clues that can solve the mystery of the "Quarantine Zone".
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41. Military Madness (Nectaris) (1989)
Military Madness is a turn-based strategy game that takes place on the moon in 2089, with the player controlling the Allied-Union forces against the Axis-Xenon forces. Units cannot be produced, but the Allied-Union forces could "capture" enemy units if they were in factories, or find unsecured factories and gain units from them. Units could also be repaired by returning them to factories under Allied-Union control.
Categories in common with Military Madness (Nectaris) (1989): Strategy
Quedex a game released for the Commodore 64 in 1987 by Thalamus. It is the third game developed by Finnish game programmer Stavros Fasoulas. The game consists of ten planes where the player steers a silvery ball and must find an exit square in order to leave the maze-like play-area. The name Quedex derives from the subtitle "The Quest for Ultimate Dexterity".
Categories in common with Quedex: Puzzle
43. Jazz Jackrabbit Holiday Hare '95
Jazz Jackrabbit Holiday Hare '95 is an arcade game developed by Digital Dimensions. It was originally released in 1995. Epic MegaGames published the game. Most rawgers rated the game as "Exceptional".
Jazz Jackrabbit Holiday Hare '95 is available on PC.
Categories in common with Jazz Jackrabbit Holiday Hare '95: Arcade
44. Need for Eat: Python Return
Need for Eat: Python Return is an arcade game developed by Another Day. It was originally released in 2001. It was published by Alawar Entertainment. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG.
Need for Eat: Python Return is available on PC.
Categories in common with Need for Eat: Python Return: Arcade
46. Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus
Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus is the second game in the Elvira series of horror role-playing video games. It was developed by Horror Soft and published by Accolade in 1992. The game is a sequel to 1990's Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. It was followed by Waxworks, which can be considered its spiritual sequel.
47. Falcon 4.0
The New Benchmark in Flight Sim Technology
The North Koreans have crossed the DMZ. Your F-16 squadron has been called for the strike back...
Only the makers of the acclaimed Falcon 3.0 could launch a new era of flight simulators. Falcon 4.0 breaks the sight-and-sound barrier with its cutting-edge graphics, realism, dynamic campaigns and multiplayer gameplay.
Only MicroProse could push the envelope to offer accurate topographical terrain, detailed radar and weapons simulation, hyper-realistic flight models and stunning visuals.Features:
- The realism in Falcon 4.0 is as intense as the vapor streaming over your leading edge flaps when you crank on the Gs.
- You'll recognize your Dogfight team members by their aircraft markings. Of course the guys on the other teams are ready to paint little bull's-eyes over them.
- At the heart of Falcon 4.0 is the real-time campaign engine, tested and approved by actual F-16 pilots.
- Falcon 4.0's detailed, accurate topology and stunning graphics break new ground in the world of modern military flight sims.
- In Falcon 4.0, you'll discover an enormous range of aircraft and ground units - all in chilling detail.
- Steam Trading Cards included!
Categories in common with Falcon 4.0: Simulation
48. Sinaria: Lost in Space!
Sinaria: Lost in Space! is an arcade game developed by John Pollard/Joe Hillman. It was originally released in 1994. John Pollard/Joe Hillman published the game.
You can play Sinaria: Lost in Space! on PC.
Categories in common with Sinaria: Lost in Space!: Arcade
49. THE IGNITION FACTOR
Take control of a brave firefighter as he battles to save people from towering infernos and flame-filled factories. You have a large variety of equipment to help you with your task. The hero isn’t afraid to get physical by kicking objects, climbing ropes, and jumping in order to get to all areas. But time works against you as the fires get gradually worse and you run out of breathable air. Different types of fire need to be extinguished using different methods, so you’ll need to use your equipment to the best of your ability. Enlist the help of the fire engine and your fellow firefighters to extinguish all the flames you can see. Keep your cool to rescue all of the victims, getting them out of the fire and back to safety!
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. We hope you'll enjoy the new features (including off-TV play) that have been added to this title. See more Virtual Console games for Wii U.
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