BATTLEBOX - Pre-Launch Music Application
Do you like music? Do you like video games? Well, I don’t really care, because either way you are going to like our soundtrack. It has over 30 minutes of original music on it, it features uninterrupted listening and 2 full songs that are exclusive only to the OST and cannot be found anywhere else. Also, it contains my love (and some of my hate ; ) Includes 27 original songs.
1. Summer Breeze (1:35)
2. Summer Sneeze (0:06)
3. Grassland Gallows (0:44)
4. Treetop Triple Time Trouble (0:55)
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Neon Cyborg Cat Club
I leave it on all the time for the music and because it adds some nice ambience to my room.
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This is great to have one a second monitor with headphones on while working on something.
It’s even got it’s own dystopian plot to go along with it.
Queerskins: a love story
This left a bad taste in my mouth.
There just wasn’t enough time for reflection or enough moments to challenge the perspective that is being driven into us (that being Gay is wrong because it is against God). I suspect (hope) the intention was to prompt reflection and thought, but in a 15 minute 360 video, there is no opportunity for this, and the developers don’t fuel it at all.
The result, whether intentional or not, is a mess of bigotry and “cruel and irreligious piety.” I hate this. It should be withdrawn until it can be amended so that it isn’t provoking hate. I have reported it.
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game bad and about hating gays
Anemoiapolis: Chapter 1
You have fallen into a surreal and haunted underground neighborhood. Discover its origins and escape with your life - and sanity - intact.
Remember that hallway you found at your workplace or school? The one you didn’t realize was there before. Nobody ever goes there, it has no windows, and it seemingly has no purpose. The lights might be on, the floor is usually clean, but it exists for nobody.
This transitional place is the lifeblood of Anemoiapolis: a world with no sunlight and no humanity, buzzing with fluorescent apathy. It does not care about you, yet it watches intently.
Experience the dungeon-like malls, pools, hallways, and basements of Anemoiapolis in first person. Utilize platforming and puzzle solving to navigate the barren commercial catacombs. If you start to feel complacent, you might not be ready for what’s around the corner.
Anemoiapolis reflects the experiences of a developer who grew up among empty buildings in Midwest USA, and who is currently processing our world of empty buildings brought on by COVID-19.
Expect critiques on mindless consumerism, feelings of impending doom, and eerie “mallcore” aesthetics.
Soundtrack by JORDANN and 4REST
Interstate Drifter 1999
A great upgrade to an already charming little game, and doesn’t cost a cent!
I still found a few glitches, but they’re easy to overlook thanks to the addition of medals and all the new content they unlock. This is a simple but addictive game that wonderfully captures the feeling of playing on an old school 8-bit computer. All accompanied by some 80s funk chiptunes.
But you may want to throw on some Initial D for the full experience.
Ultimo boiled this little chicken down to a fine broth. It’s challenging as hell with really unique gameplay. Lots of fun things to find and explore, hidden secrets and little jokes in the gameplay and artwork.It’s free, so stop reading the reviews and start playing the game!
A very nice cute puzzle game, well worth the play. I finished it with the playtime I have so
used that for your own judgement of if you think the cost is worth the gameplay value. Good
Platformer with three-in-a-row elements. I recommend it to anyone who is tired and wants
to think about solving puzzles.
This game just keeps pulling you back in, after I played some levels and failed even more it started growing on me. I kept wanting to reach the next level and when finally doing so it was really satisfying. It just got even more challenging with each new world and mechanic that got introduced. The design is clean, great use of colours and nice music you can dig while grinding. Really enjoy it!
The music is a bop, the level design is awesome, the game feels fast and challenging. Overall a good buy and I cant wait to play more.
Taught me how love.
Soviet Arcade Machine Basketball
The first soviet arcade machines appeared in early 1970 and lasted until the collapse of the USSR. At that time arcade machines were produced mainly by enterprises of the defense and military complex, and it is not surprising that each of them was worth like a new brand car “Zhiguli”. General in 70-90th about 70 kinds of arcade slot machines was made. Basketball is one of the game machines that was designed for two players. The point of the game: throw the ball in the opponent’s basket, more than the opposite player. The playing field was covered with a transparent dome and divided into holes. Each hole has a pair of numbers for each of the players, by pressing the appropriate keys triggering the springs which directing the ball into the basket.
The game is built in such a way as to reconstruct as accurately as possible the spirit of presence near the table, one of the favorite pastimes of many children and adults. In this game, in addition to the single-player mode, where you will be able to play against AI of varying difficulty, there is an opportunity to try yourself against the same players as you. Currently, the game is limited to these two modes.
During the development, I was trying to pay a lot of attention to detail, so there is no simplified control, you need to press the mouse button according to the hole where the ball is. As in the real prototype, the force with which the spring will hit the ball is equal to the time you hold the key.
Ask questions to spirits who may communicate to via a broken qwerty keyboard, will you find the answers you seek? Probably not, but you might get some minor stretching done while playing.