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|Warning Forever ||Hikware||Shoot 'em up||0.7 MB||Click here to download|
Warning Forever is a decent shooter by Hikoza T Ohkubo which has remained as his most popular work to date.
The objective of the game is to defeat a seemingly endless number of huge motherships, with every successive boss encounter harder than the previous. Surviving each battle will net you an additional thirty seconds to add to your initial three minutes of play time.
|Warp||Jesse Venbrux||Platformer||1.39 MB||Click here to download|
Warp is a new platformer created by Jesse Venbrux, developer of the popular Karoshi series. The game involves collecting all orbs in each level to reveal the exit, although some orbs can only be reached by using the teleportation ability. Move or jump by pressing any of the arrow keys. Hold the space key to bend time and mark a new location to appear at. This reduces the blue gauge at the top left corner of the screen by some margin, but the warp ability does recharge automatically and will reach full capacity after a few seconds.
The level editor is accessed by selecting the online area option at the main menu.
|Warrior||Jetro Lauha||Action/Arcade||1.76 MB||Click here to download|
Warrior is a rails shooter made by Jetro Lauha, developer of Pogo Sticker and the Dismount series. The game only consists of one short level. Use the mouse to aim, and left click to shoot.
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|Warsow team||Action/Arcade||168 MB||Click here to download|
Warsow is a free open source first-person shooter game for Microsoft Windows and Linux. It uses a 3D engine based on Qfusion, itself a modification of Quake II GPL engine. The game uses cartoonish graphics with celshading style, mixing dark, flashy and dirty textures to achieve a unique look.
While Warsow is still early beta software, the Cyberathlete Amateur League has accepted it as a competition-worthy game since version 0.12, and its popularity is on the rise.
|Wavespark||Nathan McCoy||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Wavespark is a simple one-button action game created by Nathan as part of his weekly game release initiative, where your objective can be anything from reaching checkpoints to scoring bonuses depending on which game mode was chosen by the player. Pressing any button adds extra weight to the circular object, and if you're in the air this causes the ball to hit the ground a lot harder than it usually does. By increasing the gravity pull while travelling down a steep slope, you will gain speed much faster than if you let it occur naturally.
A browser capable of running Java applets is required to play this game.
|Wavives||Age Zero||Shoot 'em up||176 MB||Click here to download|
Wavives is a 2D arena shooter consisting of only three levels, each separated by an end level boss which you have to defeat to progress to the next stage. The creature that you control will lose a life when it is overwhelmed by the random objects that populate the area, but you can regain lives by collecting items that resemble red cherries seen from the top.
Your primary weapon shoots out alphabets that explode after a few seconds, so it is wise to stay clear of their proximity after letting a couple loose in the wild. The secondary attack are letters that suck in just about anything in a small perimeter, and there is a greater chance of causing more damage to your enemies if you alternate between both shots instead of just depending on your explosives to blow stuff up. There is also a limit to how many alphabets you can have on the screen at any time, and it is recommended that you avoid holding down either shot button for too long or you'd be left with no ammunition to use for a couple of seconds.
You might want to watch the trailer video first before downloading the game, since each stage takes less than five minutes to beat and the download size for the file is close to 200 MB.
|Waxy's Rocket Party||Srehpog, HiVE||Action/Arcade||7.12 MB||Click here to download|
In Waxy's Rocket Party the player has to guide a rocket carefully to the finish line found in each of the seventy levels included. Use the left and right cursor keys to direct the ship, and hold both buttons to stabilize your ride. Press the F4 key to play in full screen mode.
|Waxy's Sushi Party||Srehpog, HiVE||Action/Arcade||11.7 MB||Click here to download|
Waxy's Sushi Party is an action game created by the developer of Ark 22, where you assume control of the titular character as he attempts to juggle between serving orders, preparing restaurant bills and chalking up customer tips, all carried out at the same time.
Circles representing orders will pass through each coloured zone on the service plate, and players would have to press the right key when an order is inside the zone with the same colour. Orders in white can be taken in zones with any colour. Bills will also appear on the right side of the screen, and you'd have to quickly sum up the total using the numpad and enter key before time runs out. Fail at this task and their rank at the end of the day will be lowered. Waxy will be fired from his job if he acquires anything less than a C rank.
Explanations for tips, mood meters, bonus orders and presents can be found in the special section titled lessons. The game is well-presented but might come across as being too complicated, considering that there are up to twenty different buttons to use when handling the responsibilities of managing a sushi restaurant.
|We Are Thinking||Daniel Martins Novais||Platformer||Browser||Click here to play|
We Are Thinking (English for Estamos Pensando) is essentially an art game which takes about ten or fifteen minutes to play from start to end. Reading too much about Daniel's project might ruin the enjoyment it offers from experiencing the game firsthand, so no spoilers will be revealed by elaborating on it further in this text.
|We The Giants||Peter Groeneweg||Platformer||Browser||Click here to play|
We The Giants is a 2D platformer which took Peter Groeneweg five days to put together, though most players will probably spend less than ten minutes to reach the end of the game. It is recommended that you stick around for the credits, as anyone who completes the short adventure will receive a small reward for their efforts.