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|AutoCannibalism||Krimelo||Platformer||6.04 MB||Click here to download|
AutoCannibalism is a short 2D platformer that implements this month's Experimental Gameplay Project theme rather cleverly. In it you play as a tribesman chosen by his father to save their clan from starvation, with the rumor being that the nearest source of sustenance can only be found inside an unexplored network of caves located just on the outskirts of their village.
Expect to finish the game in about fifteen minutes or so, and once you've seen the story the first time it's quite unlikely that you'll go back to it for a repeat adventure.
|Automation||Mr Colossal||Adventure||5.74 MB||Click here to download|
Automation is a winner of the first One Room One Week Competition, in which all entries are small games made in a relatively short period. The story is centered around a bloke who met an accident while transporting a rather expensive droid, and must attempt to recover his experiment back in one piece or risk losing his job.
The kick command yields some interesting actions when used on certain objects. Most puzzles are logical though some items require a bit of pixel-hunting.
Mr Colossal was also the developer of 6 Day Assassin, winner of two AGS awards.
|Avalanche||Rich Whitehouse||Action/Arcade||274 MB||Click here to download|
Avalanche is a 3D beat 'em up featuring characters and environments seen in Final Fantasy VII, and takes place shortly after the events of the first game in the Final Fantasy VII series. The player takes on the role of Tifa, with a large arsenal of special attacks and unique items at their disposal.
Strictly for hardcore fans of Final Fantasy VII only.
- Windows, Mac
|Forest Johnson, Raimund Shumacher, Cavan Fyans||Action/Arcade||87.6 MB||Click here to download|
Avert Fate is a first person shooter created by Raimund Schmacher and Forest Johnson to showcase the capabilities of the Unity engine. Considered as the flagship Unity 2.0 stand alone demo, this one level build has been optimized to run on just as well on mid range machines by offering a number of preset graphical configurations to choose from.
This playable preview is available for both Windows and Mac users.
|Avoid the Evil Space Eel||Nifflas||Action/Arcade||6.85 MB||Click here to download|
Avoid the Evil Space Eel is Nifflas' entry for the No More Sweden friendly competition. In it, players must avoid smashing their ship into multicoloured blocks while timing their keypresses to the sound of the drums played with the background music.
|Awakener||Ben Chandler||Adventure||5.71 MB||Click here to download|
Awakener is a one room adventure game created by Ben Chandler using the reliable AGS engine, where you play as a boy named Fadi who has to help his Aunt Sylvia with a small chore just outside her tavern.
Your quest can be completed quite easily by talking to other characters around town and acquiring items from them. A nice little diversion for the afternoon which shouldn't take anyone longer than fifteen minutes to finish.
|Axel City||Atsuki Koitabashi||Action/Arcade||246 MB||Click here to download|
Axel City is an excellent fighting game made by Atsuki Koitabashi using Enterbrain's 2D Fighter Maker 2k2.
It seems that fourteen characters were designed for this effort but only a handful made it into the trial version. Individual moves and special attacks are shown before each battle as well.
A neat inclusion is the team versus mode, where each player gets to choose three characters for their team instead of one solitary fighter. To download the demo, just click the third link on the navigational bar to the left.
|Axion||K-ero||Shoot 'em up||1.25 MB||Click here to download|
Axion is a horizontal scrolling shmup by BenH that puts most of the releases posted in the GMC forums to shame. Smooth controls, a super blast which can be activated using the space key, tons of power-ups to collect and even a minor boss encounter thrown in as icing on the cake.
The only drawback is that the one level included is rather short in length. It will definitely leave most players wishing for more.