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Okuyama KazuyaApplicationBrowserClick here to open
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Similar to Ramza3D's Cube Kingdom, Q-Block is a Flash-based application that can be used to create and share 3D models made out of coloured square blocks. Wallpapers and icons are easily generated at the press of a button, and models can be shared using permalinks or through your own Twitter account as well.

The drawing tool is extremely simple to use, yet offers enough diversity for pixel art veterans to quickly design something in just a couple of minutes. You can even draw a model layer by layer with the handy canvas feature, which comes with editing options like copy, paste, and an extrude button to automatically apply one layout to every other layer of the block.

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Toxic GamesPuzzle179 MBClick here to download
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Q.U.B.E. is a clever first-person puzzle game that tells the story of an unnamed protagonist trapped inside a maze, equipped with a pair of gloves that allows him to extrude or contract multi-coloured cubes by willpower alone. Manipulating the cubes is as simple as targeting them before pressing the left or right mouse button, although cubes will stop responding to your commands when they have reached the limit of their extension or contraction capabilities.

No tutorial sequence is included with the game, but it really doesn't take more than a minute to learn the controls and start solving puzzles in every room. You can't save your progress though, so be prepared to spend about an hour or so if you're planning to beat Q.U.B.E. in one sitting.


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Jan Willem NijmanAction/Arcade1.44 MBClick here to download
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QQUAK is a low-resolution remake of id's Quake 2 by Jan Willem Nijman, featuring three playable maps to choose from, four different weapons to use, and a limitless number of enemies for you to shoot at. Health and ammunition can be replenished by collecting power-up items, and your score is submitted automatically after the end of each game.


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Sean ChanAction/Arcade1.65 MBClick here to download

qrp is a small GM project from the creator of Battleships Forever, an IGF finalist competing in the Design Innovation Award category. Possibly inspired by Rod Humble's The Marriage or Jason Rohrer's Passage.

The game has more keys to use than what is originally stated in the included text file.

Quaint Room
MOFUYAAdventureBrowserClick here to play
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The aptly titled Quaint Room is a Flash escape game by MOFU2, also the developer of Swan's Room. This production is rather short in length, but puzzles are much easier compared to it's predecessor.

As usual, the music is great and credits are pretty fun to watch.

Ovine by Design, SmilaShoot 'em up16.5 MBClick here to download
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Quantasm is an arena shooter in which the location of your turret is fixed, right in the center of the screen. Enemies appear from all sides of the arena, and you must prevent them from reaching the center or lose a ship.

Hold the left mouse button to shoot, and use the right button to clear the screen of enemies. Latter stages include rotating arenas, a variety of enemies, powerups and damsels to rescue.

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Quantized Blaze
keim, Kei MesudaShoot 'em up2.66 MBClick here to download
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Quantized Blaze is another excellent shmup from acclaimed developer keim, responsible for releasing both Nomltest FS and Sky Swimmers' Heaven. Like most of his efforts, the ship's cockpit is the actual hit point which you must protect at any cost.

Bullet patterns are programmed, and enemy formations hardly change much if ever at all. You lose a life automatically when a blaze crosses the bottom of the screen, which can be prevented by using a bomb.

Keyboard controls are not advised, because you need decent bullet dodging skills to sign up for this shooter. Press the left shift key to shoot and launch a bomb using the Z key.

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Markus RossePuzzle0.47 MBClick here to download
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Quatros is a decent Tetris clone originally developed for a certain contest, in which all entries must be restricted to a Gameboy handheld window size and color scheme.

Most of the necessary features have been included, such as a proper pause button and a key for instant piece drop. Just rename and drop any mp3 file into the game folder to set it as your choice of background music.

noonatPlatformerBrowserClick here to play
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Queens is a small 2D platformer created by noonat in under three days for a mini Ludum Dare contest, made possible with the help of Adam Atomic's flixel framework and tutorial resources.

The game isn't particularly long or difficult, and you won't be spending more than fifteen minutes or so to complete the entire adventure.


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Quest for Glory II: Trial by Fire  
AGD InteractiveAdventure85.4 MBClick here to download
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In Quest for Glory II: Trial by Fire, our hero travels to the land of Shapeir to undertake the dangerous mission of saving not one but two desert cities. This is AGD Interactive's third Sierra adventure game remake after the release of King's Quest 1 and 2 VGA.

The 1990 version was rather unforgiving at times, as the entire adventure happens in one month but many puzzles can only be solved on certain days. The AGDI team has done much to alleviate the problems that hampered players from completing their quest with the inclusion several new features.

All conversation topics are now shown on screen instead of requiring guesswork using a limited text parser interface found in the original. Combat now feels less sluggish thanks to the processing power of modern day computer systems and extra frames of animation. Graphics, backgrounds and sprites have more colour than their classic counterparts, although deserts and alleyways still look as dull as ever.

Try running the game in windowed mode or choose a resolution of 640 by 400 for full screen if the default settings do not work at first. Due to AGS limitations, games saved under one display setup cannot be used for other configurations.

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