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|A Death Foreordained||Micheal Lawrence||Action/Arcade||1.26 MB||Click here to download|
A Death Foreordained is another entry in RPGDX's Lofi RPG competition, the same contest which featured Sophie Houlden's The Linear RPG. Here you play as an agent who must travel back in time and join forces with the local resistance group to assassinate a political figure. The rebels have ordered two of their finest soldiers to follow you on your mission, doing their utmost to help you take out any enemy units encountered during infiltration.
Note that you can shoot at enemies using the W, A, S and D key.
|A Game with a Kitty ||Bernie||Platformer||2.86 MB||Click here to download|
A Game with a Kitty is an excellent platformer developed by Bernie in two weeks. The premise is simple, guide Kittey on a quest to investigate the mysterious tower that has magically appeared on the outskirts of his hometown.
The cute little protagonist can jump on enemies to eliminate them. Collect coins to unlock special skills and access unexplored areas, while health can be restored at save points.
|A Game with a Kitty 2: Darkside Adventures ||Bernie||Platformer||14.7 MB||Click here to download|
In A Game with a Kitty 2: Darkside Adventures, you take on the role of an Arch-Chancellor on a quest to retrieve the lost crown, which equates to plenty of jumping and throwing stuff around.
The protagonist of the story can use the stars collected as weapons, but his inventory capacity will only allow up to thirty of them to be stuffed into his deep pockets. Special skills are awarded for surviving boss encounters, though certain jumps are pretty difficult to execute properly. The game consists of only four major locations in total, with an average of four to five short levels assigned to each.
There are several tough puzzles to figure out but nothing too perplexing with a bit of thought. Needless to say, a recommended download for fans of classic NES titles especially the Mario series.
|A House in California ||Jake Elliott, Cardboard Computer||Adventure||Browser||Click here to play|
A House in California is a surreal, narrative game about four characters who bring a house to life. These four characters are based the developer's relatives (two grandmothers and two great-grandmothers). The game is inspired aesthetically by Mystery House, developed in 1980 by Roberta and Ken Williams. But whereas Mystery House is a mystery story about greed and murder, A House in California is more like an Imagist poem about family and memory.
|A Mini Falafel Adventure||Chris Nimmo||Platformer||0.72 MB||Click here to download|
A Mini Falafel Adventure is a platformer submitted for a recent four color competition held by Retro Remakes recently. Press the left control key to jump, and use the arrow keys to move the falafel around.
There's a special collectible to be found in this game and at least one boss encounter to reward the brave, among other surprises.
|A Small World||Joep Aben, JaJ||Platformer||1.16 MB||Currently unavailable|
A Small World is a short platformer game by JaJ, featuring the standard set of challenges, an obligatory boss fight and one or two secret areas to discover. Save and load game options are included, while your character's health can be restored by drinking from fountains. Press the down arrow key to start a conversation or interact with other objects.
|A Time to Warp||Scott Nelson||Action/Arcade||13.0 MB||Click here to download|
A Time to Warp is an interesting effort developed by Scott Nelson for the Acoders Indie Game Making Competition 2004. The objective is to collect colored orbs in a certain order, shown on the bottom left of the screen.
Crates have to be shot at using the space bar to reveal the orbs contained inside. Brown orbs should be avoided, while white orbs can be collected for an extra life. Each stage is presented to the player differently, depending on the year you're currently in.
|A to B Basset||Adam Lobacz||Action/Arcade||3.13 MB||Click here to download|
A to B Basset is an arcade game created by Adam Lobacz for a friendly TDC competition, where players get to drag a Basset Hound around the rooms of an old house in an attempt to reunite the puppy with its favorite red ball.
A magic crate will only appear once you've collected all ice creams in each area, while the exit is unlocked by placing the crate at the location marked by a red arrow.
There are only six stages to play in total.
|A Typical Wednesday Afternoon||Ali Maunder||Shoot 'em up||Browser||Click here to play|
A Typical Wednesday Afternoon is a score-based vertical shooter with plenty of bullets to dodge and enemies to shoot at. Destroy enough enemy ships, and your weapon gets an automatic upgrade. Bombs can be used to clear a small area on screen for temporary invulnerability, but use sparingly as there are only three bombs available to you for the duration of the entire game.
The M key can be used to turn off music at any time.
|A7Xpg||Kenta Cho, ABA Games||Action/Arcade||3.77 MB||Click here to download|
A7Xpg is another gem among many by Kenta Cho, although the gameplay would surprise a few people because technically it's not a shooter. The objective of the game is to collect all the gold bullions found in each level and avoid crashing into any of the enemies. The task could have been carried out at a leisurely pace if it wasn't for the fact that you have to complete the stage before the allocated time runs out. A timer is shown on the top right of the screen that will count down the number of seconds left.
Your ship is equipped with a boost function that can be used repeatedly, although this may work against you especially when the playing field is overcrowded with hostile units.
Like other ABA titles this is one to add to your collection.