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|Octodad ||DePaul University Student Team||Action/Arcade||337 MB||Click here to download|
Octodad is a third person adventure game about destruction, deception, and fatherhood. The player controls Octodad, a dapper octopus masquerading as a human, as he goes about a day of his life. His existence is a constant struggle, as he must master mundane tasks with his unwieldy boneless tentacles while simultaneously keeping his cephalopodian nature a secret from his human family.
|Ocular Ink||Pistachio Productions||Action/Arcade||18.7 MB||Click here to download|
In Ocular Ink, the protagonist is a paintbrush-wielding eyeball on a quest to rid it's town of evil forces.
Of course, it's no ordinary brush. The magical item can be used to fling all sorts of things at enemies to inflict damage. You'll have companions travelling with you on your journey as well, lending a helping hand or two in combat.
|Prometech Software, Inc.||Application||4.05 MB||Click here to download|
OE-Cake is a simulation tool in which users can choose from a myriad of objects and fluids to add to the environment, then watch as they interact with each other realistically while bounded by the laws of gravity or physics selected by the player. Images can also be dragged and dropped into the application window, then used as a surface for any new object you create.
|Off the Rails||Nitrome||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Off the Rails is a new action game by Nitrome in which players are required to guide a handcar from the start to end, avoid obstacles and collect coins for points.
Tap the left and right cursor keys alternately to speed the car up, and press the S key to make it stop. Hold the up arrow key to jump, and press space to change directions. The W, A, S and D keys can also be used to move the car as well.
Ramps can be used to execute tricks in midair like the 360 flip for bonus points. Later stages include signs which pushes your car in the opposite direction, oil slicks and even vehicle chases. Unfortunately the game does become a chore to play roughly past the halfway mark due to uninspiring level designs, a common trait found in most of Nitrome's past releases.
|Off-Road Velociraptor Safari||Flashbang Studios||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Off-Road Velociraptor Safari is a 3D browser game developed by Flashbang Studios using the Unity engine. Players hunt raptors in an off-road jeep, and acquire points by executing stunts. You have only a maximum of five minutes to achieve the highest score possible. Multipliers are awarded for scoring the same type of points repeatedly.
Use the up arrow key to accelerate, and hold the back arrow key to reverse. Turn by pressing either the left or right arrow keys. Press space to unleash a spiked capturing ball for snaring Velociraptors. Use the B key to boost.
The installation of Unity's Web Player plugin is required to play.
|Official EDGE Computer Game, The||Nifflas||Action/Arcade||16.5 MB||Click here to download|
The Official EDGE Computer Game is a small mini game created by Nifflas during the EDGE 2008 festival, featuring artwork and contribution from many of the visitors who attended the event. Players are given a hundred seconds to collect as many gems as they can, while trying to avoid contact with dangerous obstacles or harmful denizens of the underground network of caves and rooms.
Left click on the round object to set a direction, then release the button to see it take off.
|okkuplektor||0rel||Action/Arcade||3.01 MB||Click here to download|
okkuplektor is a stylish 3D shooter where the objective is to search for a yellow box hidden somewhere in each stage, usually placed inside castles which are to be destroyed before revealing their prizes. Weapons and ammunition have to be collected before you can attack any enemy ships, indicated by the buttons and counter at the bottom left of your head-up display. Health is shown as a row of white bars at the top of the screen, and if your ship is damaged by enemy projectiles you can replenish this gauge by collecting the blue triangles found sporadically in some levels.
You only have three ships to use when attempting to complete the entire journey. When all three of the large white boxes shown on your display panel are gone this means you would have to play the game from the beginning once again. There are roughly ten areas to explore in total, and the encounter with a large snake-like creature is the last room you will visit in this compo release build. Note that when starting okkuplektor for the first time, the game will take a few minutes to precalc data and decompress audio files. This process is only required to run once, although it can be interrupted at any time by pressing the escape key.
|OLE Coordinate System||Jun Fujiki||Application||0.61 MB||Click here to download|
The Object Locative Environment Coordinate System is an engine that determines and calculates a robot's interaction with the environment based on the camera's current perspective. Gaps can disappear behind a pillar, bridges can be joined just by rotating the camera, and all sorts of weird mind tricks can be accomplished with a little experimentation or plenty of imagination.
Save a layout with F3, and load a previous one with F2. It saves to the ole.dat file, and it seems you can only have one at a time. There's a pretty complex world as the default, so back it up before you make new levels.
|Olu||Daniel Frandsen, Red Button Games||Shoot 'em up||21.2 MB||Click here to download|
Olu is a rail shooter game inspired by Q Entertainment's Rez, where players use a reticule to target enemies and destroy them for points. At the end of each area is a red cube that you must shoot in order to progress to the next section.
Both the Xbox 360 controller and keyboard controls are supported, although you will need the latest version of DirectX 9.0c, .NET Framework 2.0 and XNA Framework 2.0 to get the game working on your PC.
|Olympics Squared||Joseph White, lexaloffle||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
In lexaloffle's Olympics Squared, players are presented with three events in which they have to multiply their athlete by pressing the left mouse button at the right time, then use the same button again to execute an action that is relevant to the event. Points are awarded based on how many of your athletes are successful in each event.