|Walkie Tonky||Pieces Interactive||Action/Arcade||16.3 MB||Click here to download|
Walkie Tonky is a physics-based action game where players get to guide a giant robot around a city and engage in the act of smashing buildings, vehicles, and all manners of defensive measures that the Earthlings have set upon you. There is only one level to play, but upon finishing it a separate challenge mode will be unlocked.
Note that no checkpoint system has been implemented in this build, and players are expected to retry the same stage from its starting point whenever they fail to beat the final boss.
|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.
- Windows, Linux
|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.
|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.
|Why||Mike Inel||Action/Arcade||43.6 MB||Click here to download|
Why is a short arcade game created by Mike Inel, where the objective is to change the color of circles from black to white by moving the cursor over them. There are ten different endings to discover, and you can even use your mouse to interact with some of the cutscenes.
|Window Hater||Jabberwock||Action/Arcade||1.87 MB||Click here to download|
You are Maximillian Q. Worthington in Jabberwock's Window Hater, a man who has a deep hatred for windows. One day a mysterious parcel appears at his doorstep, and he is absolutely delighted to find a jetpack and a flamethrower inside it. Without hesitation he straps on the jetpack and sets off into the sky to break as many windows as he can in the eight levels included with this build.
The objective of the game is to break all windows in each area before time runs out, simply by heating them up with your flamethrower until they shatter into hundreds of tiny glass fragments. A window cools down very quickly as well, so you might want to keep your weapon pointed at one until it breaks just to make sure that they don't bother you ever again.
Helicopters will attempt to poison you, shoot you down or reduce the temperature of any heated window with streams of water in the latter stages. There isn't a way to take them out with your flamethrower, but you can still dodge their missiles and projectiles if you know how to handle the jetpack well enough.
|Winter's Heart||Darthlupi||Action/Arcade||3.20 MB||Click here to download|
Winter's Heart is a new action game by darthlupi, in which players are presented with an overhead view of their snow-covered surroundings. To open the exit portal in each stage, you must first take out all the enemies on screen by knocking them with your staff while they are stunned. Use your staff to push a snowball towards them by pressing the Z key. Hold the same button longer to knock a snowball further.
The A and S key can be used to switch spells. Tap the C key to cast a currently selected spell. Hold the X key when your character is standing on snow to make a snowball.
|Wire Hang Redux|
- Windows, Mac
|Matt Sephton||Action/Arcade||0.41 MB||Click here to download|
Wire Hang Redux is a remake of the excellent Wire Hang game, in which you must climb up an never ending series of platforms using a grappling hook. The game ends if you fall. Use the mouse to control your aim and to fire the hook. Wire Hang Redux was written using BlitzPlus and BlitzMax.
|Wizard of Wor Remix||Jph Wacheski||Action/Arcade||2.68 MB||Click here to download|
Wizard of Wor Remix is another beautifully crafted remake by jph, featuring larger mazes, a handy fold space button which allows basic teleportation and a very capable A.I. written to mimic the actions of a secondary player in the game.
As a Worrior, your task is to hunt down monsters in a maze-like dungeon with only a unified field disruption rifle as your only weapon. Definitely an item of interest to fans of the original, though the current generation may not be so easily endeared by it's archaic roots.