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|Xorpl||Time Wraith||Platformer||2.31 MB||Click here to download|
Xorpl is a short exploratory platformer with three endings. The game runs in a small window. Cursor keys can be used to control the main character.
|Fishie Fishie |
- Windows, Linux
|Farbs||Action/Arcade||3.73 MB||Click here to download|
Fishie Fishie is a new release from the creator of Polychromatic Funk Monkey, in which players only require the use of a single button to play. The aim of the game is basically to grab all the fishes in each level to progress, and a checkpoint is placed in every fifth stage.
Hold the space key to turn in one direction, or tap it rapidly to swim forward. An addictive little one-switch effort, though extremely challenging towards the end.
|Bernard and Hank: Springtime Again||The Peasants||Platformer||9.30 MB||Click here to download|
Hank makes some pocket money by selling eggs, and plans to win the yearly egg contest with a huge egg. NationalLiberal, on the prowl for revenge, steals the big eggs and sends out his minions to paint and hide the rest of the eggs. Hank, along with his old pal Bernard, has to go through twenty-seven levels, meet around twenty different enemies and search for hidden bonus levels to defeat NationalLiberal once again and get his egg back.
Bernard and Hank: Springtime Again is a straightforward platform game. The graphics are as simple as in the first game, but the gameplay, sound effects and music tracks have seen improvements. Also included is the minigame Liberball and a jukebox to listen to all music tracks.
|Samurai Railroad Mansion ||Lurk||Action/Arcade||19.1 MB||Click here to download|
Samurai Railroad Mansion is an action game developed by Lurk using Mark Overmars' Game Maker engine, and has more than a passing resemblance to Nintendo's light gun classic Hogan's Alley. A simple tutorial shown before the start of each level explains the type of enemies a player will encounter, though the advice on offer can be rather vague at times.
Hold the left or right cursor key before pressing the attack button to swing your blade in either directions. Your samurai's face will appear above the section in which he will strike at when the Z key is held. Press the F4 function key to switch between full screen and windowed mode.
Honor is lost when you hit a maiden or an opponent who has submitted to you, but can be restored by one rank for every ten thousand points you acquire. Timing is a crucial element in this game, as certain enemies can only be attacked after a few seconds, while others have to be sliced at the moment they appear on screen. There are only eight stages to play in total.
|Koda||Daz||Platformer||1.95 MB||Click here to download|
Koda is a short platformer with a teleportation gimmick not unlike Lazrael's Game Maker effort, Poyo. In it, players must make their way to the exit in each of the ten levels, which is usually locked until all the orbs in the area have been collected.
Use the cursor keys to move, press the left or right arrow key together with the Z key to warp, and press the R key to reset the level quickly if you happen to get stuck in an inescapable position. The down arrow key can also be used to teleport to the destination marker, which is placed at the starting point of your last warp. Press the F4 function key to switch between full screen and windowed mode. The background effect can be disabled with the B key.
|Dream Cherry||Rabid Media||Platformer||0 MB||Click here to download|
Dream Cherry is a NES-style platformer in which you play as Cherryboy, a cherry-headed hero who has to drive back the nightmarish creatures that seek to destroy everything in the realm of the Dream World. You can jump on or throw star at enemies to defeat them, although the latter method is preferable because some creatures will hurt you when you try to step on them.
One thing to take note of is that you have to do running jumps to clear most of the walls or obstacles that you come across in the game. If Cherryboy is in a stationary position before attempting a jump, the height of the leap will be much lower than when he is in motion.
|Retro Raider||Jayenkai, James Gamble||Action/Arcade||0.47 MB||Click here to download|
Retro Raider is a remake of Eidos' popular 3D platformer in a retro-style, which comes with support for a number of control configuration preferences. Use Q, A, O, P or the cursor keys to move, and hold the space, Z or X key to shoot. Complete your mission objective by finding the golden cross, which is located only a couple of screens away from the starting point.
|EasyGameStation||Action/Arcade||10.3 MB||Click here to download|
DuoPrincess is an excellent action game by EasyGameStation, developer of Gunners Heart and Ele Paper Action. Basically a beat 'em up featuring 2D sprites in a 3D environment, this doujin release features two selectable characters with different magic spells and abilities to use in combat.
Attacks are executed using the Z key, while pressing X will cause your character to jump. Magic is cast by tapping the C key, although this action will use up some mana. Fortunately there's no need to drink any potion as your mana will replenish automatically in a matter of seconds.
The download link can be found just above the screenshots.
|Anika's Odyssey ||Trickysheep||Adventure||Browser||Click here to play|
Anika's Odyssey is a short adventure game by Jeff Nusz, and features art by Tom Robinson. The story begins with a simple task of fetching water from the nearby water pump, but quickly becomes a magical journey involving encounters with strange creatures of the forest as you attempt to recover one of your lost belongings.
|Avalanche||Rich Whitehouse||Action/Arcade||274 MB||Click here to download|
Avalanche is a 3D beat 'em up featuring characters and environments seen in Final Fantasy VII, and takes place shortly after the events of the first game in the Final Fantasy VII series. The player takes on the role of Tifa, with a large arsenal of special attacks and unique items at their disposal.
Strictly for hardcore fans of Final Fantasy VII only.