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|Splume||Flashbang Studios||Puzzle||Browser||Click here to play|
Splume is a 3D browser game by Flashbang Studios which resembles Puzzle Bobble, but with proper physics and gravity implemented. Match three or more objects with the same colour to remove them from screen. There are thirty-two stages in total.
The installation of Unity's Web Player plugin is required to play.
|Record Tripping||Bell Brothers||Puzzle||Browser||Click here to play|
Record Tripping is a collection of five mini games that players have to complete in a specific order, and there is a time limit to adhere to although you aren't exactly punished if you couldn't finish a chapter before the seconds run out.
A mouse wheel is required to play this game, but playing it on a laptop might be possible if you can somehow emulate the scroll function or substitute touchpad controls with a USB mouse. It takes roughly five to ten minutes to beat all challenges included.
|GearToyGear ||Kenta Cho, ABA Games||Shoot 'em up||2.24 MB||Click here to download|
GearToyGear is a 3D tunnel shooter which plays like Kenta Cho's Torus Trooper, although in this mission you are only able to control the speed and flight direction of the ship that you pilot. Shots are fired automatically, and if your initial ship stock isn't enough you can also earn extra lives by scoring more points in the game.
The ship's current speed is indicated by the multiplier shown at the top right corner of the screen. The faster you go, the more points you score. Try not to crash into an obstacle or fly into the path of a laser beam while moving at breakneck speed.
For Windows users, the installation of XNA Framework 3.1 is required to get GearToyGear working. Playing the game with an Xbox 360 controller is recommended.
|Pedro and Ordeps Space Adventure||Pixeljam Games||Shoot 'em up||Browser||Click here to play|
Pedro and Ordep's Space Adventure is a remake of Gamma Bros, another scrolling shooter release from Pixeljam Games. Use the W, A, S or D key to shoot in any of the four directions. Collect mails to purchase upgrades or health, and get close to an enemy to fire rapidly.
A password save function is available, allowing players to continue from the last stage attempted. Access it by pressing the arrow keys while viewing the main menu.
|Nevermore 3||Adam Westerman||Platformer||Browser||Click here to play|
Nevermore 3 is a puzzle platformer created by Adam Westerman using Sophie Houlden's Platform Game Engine. In it, players assume control of a hero named Olek who must search for a treasure that will save his village. The plot and storyline is as thin as it gets, serving only the purpose of providing an objective to drive your exploration exploits.
No save game feature has been implemented, although the adventure itself consists only of a few fetch quests and shouldn't take longer than an hour to complete at most.
|Ice Breaker||Vitaliy Sidorov||Puzzle||11.3 MB||Click here to download|
Ice Breaker is a logic puzzle game which involves charging up power generators before time runs out. Use the left mouse button to turn an element counterclockwise, or right click to turn them clockwise. Two or more connected elements will keep their charge, hence there's no need to build an uninterrupted circuit from the primary energy source.
Scroll the mouse wheel to select a special tool. The wrench tool can be used to repair broken elements, while wirecutters tool allow players to extract elements from the screen and place them into the inventory for later use. A battery tool charges any element on the map. Simply charge an element with a tool icon to collect it.
The game features forty stages and three difficulty settings. Levels must be completed at a higher difficulty in order to unlock more stages quicker.
|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.
|Bruce Lee||Mark Rosten||Platformer||0.59 MB||Click here to download|
A faithful remake of the Commodore 64 platformer, Bruce Lee features the legendary martial arts master on a quest to retrieve lanterns, defeat evil minions, and perhaps even restore world peace along the way.