“draw a card” -Simulator
best game I’ve ever played! it’s so much fun & I almost finished the Infinite Mode. We’ll get there one day!
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The game of childhood. Exciting - it would seem that the gameplay is straightforward. But placing bombs, thinking where to escape from the explosion and from enemies, and listening to music - the head turns off, and a day passes, and not an hour after the game. A variety of levels, enemies. The real strategic game is to understand when, where and why. Recommend!
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BomberX is a pretty fun little arcade blocky game. It reminds me a lot of that old game a lot of us used to play in our childhood, Atomic Bomberman.
Keep in mind right from the start that the game’s in very Early Access and there’s bound to be some issues around. But, with the help of the players, the team behind this unpolished gem could create something great.
Things are basic and easy to get right into. You load the game, and you can play either offline mode with bots or jump into the multiplayer with other people.
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.
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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!
THE RED HORSE OF WAR IS RIDING THROUGH THE EUROPE ONCE AGAIN
It’s 1989 and the flames of a New War are flaring up. Thousands of square miles of German landscape will become a stage for sweeping battles between the best NATO and Warsaw Pact has to offer.
Lead your Regiment through the inferno of a wide-scale Cold War conflict in this new Real-Time Tactics game. Break through the lines, call in artillery and air support, maneuver, feign retreats, and stage mobile defenses. Do not relent.
The Platoon Command system lets you orchestrate battles with unprecedented precision and ease. No need to micromanage every infantryman - you’re a Commanding Officer, not a sergeant.
Form your force on the fly. Selecting the main Regiment is just a start. You can expand your army during the game by calling in unique Task Forces, each bringing its own equipment and off-map support options.
A strategic dynamic campaign, encompassing warfare around the Inner German border
Three distinct skirmish modes with varied, dynamic objectives
Aggressive, competent AI that can challenge experienced RTS players
On-the-fly force customization, rewarding adaptability, and creativity
Deep game mechanics, simulating the Cold War era mechanized fight with great detail
Four key Cold War Factions: Soviet Union, USA, West Germany, and East Germany
Visceral visual effects, bringing the WWIII to your screen in all its terrifying glory
Over 60 authentic vehicles modeled, combined into a multitude of different formations. Deploy such iconic vehicles as Leopard 2, T-72M or M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle
Smooth learning curve and high accessibility even to novice RTS players
Refined controls that make commanding hundreds of soldiers a breeze
A tremendous power lies in VR. Anything you imagine, anywhere you dream, any time you envision - it can get you there.
Have you ever wondered what the Handley-Page 42 looked like in real life? Or what size was a Messerschmitt Me-323 Gigant? Or Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria? All of them are long since gone, but with the incredible power of virtual reality they can be brought back to life. And this is what the VR Museum was created for.
There are many great inventions that are only known from drawings and blurry photos. And many of them are already 3D-modelled and scattered around the net. The idea behind the VR Museum is to locate them, refurb if necessery, and show here for everyone to see. Starting from airplanes, the Museum’s collection will grow to become more interdisciplinary in the future.
If you’re looking for a relaxing brick breaker this is a decent option.
That being said there are still some things that could be better. My biggest issue is how uninspired some of the stages are, with the priority being on making a cool or referential picture (like a floppy disk or face) instead of levels that are interesting to play. There are still some great levels here but fewer than you would expect from a game like this. Also, the settings are a bit sparse.
I did really enjoy that you bounce from screen to screen and you get a chance to save yourself, it was a fun take on the genre.
Great brick breaker game that has its own unique style and twists.
When you miss hitting a ball and one gets by you, a charged up red firey ball bounces around at what seems about double the speed. If it gets by you, you’ll lose progress each time it gets by you until you either lose a ball eventually or until you finally manage to hit it.
You cannot use the keyboard at all and it’s all controlled by moving your mouse up and down.
A few things missing from this game are the typical power ups I’m used to seeing in break breaker games like this. You know the power ups that make your paddle bigger for a short time, give you the ability to shoot the bricks for a short period of time, or offers you a shield behind your paddle in case you miss the ball..
Road to Nowhere
**Road to Nowhere tells the story of Cohle Bishop – a renowned introvert, and successful software developer – whose life is torn apart by scandal.
Though innocent, he is haunted by personal demons, abandoning his “perfectly adequate” life in hope of finding himself on the open road. Despite the help of his psychologist, Cohle spirals into depression as he moves from town to town – destination nowhere.
Though hounded by painful memories, there is hope at the end of this strange, twisted journey.
Can you help him find his way?**
Road To Nowhere is an emotionally charged point-and-click adventure about betrayal, manipulation and abuse. The game is produced by 15BiT GAMES, and developed using Powerhoof’s PowerQuest framework. This solemn tale sports a unique aesthetic, and original dialogue written and performed by David J. Ross.
Road to Nowhere has also been chosen as a finalist for The Guest Plate award in the NZ Games Festival Pavs Awards 2021.
Branching storyline with multiple endings.
Live-action actors with a dreamy, neon-noir atmosphere.
Featuring the acting talent of Rupert Booth (Contradiction), Melissa Medina (Rose & Locket), Walter Mack (Reversion), Danidos (Twitch Streamer), Claire Lim (Twitch Streamer), Dean Thomson and David J. Ross.
An interactive music system that changes according to your play style.
A melancholy, synthwave soundtrack written and produced by Aaron “MisterMyr” Silva (Neon Flytron)
Includes eclectic music by the likes of PlayHz, Kyle Misko, Daniel Birch, and Suldusk.
Releasing on Windows, Linux/SteamOS and MacOS
Bombing!!: A Graffiti Sandbox
If you are the type of person who will just doodle in empty spaces, I think you will enjoy this game. There are a few things I think could be improved, but nothing that has stopped me from enjoying it.
I really love this game. I think this is maybe one of the only good non VR graffiti games. I like the mechanics and the art style a lot but it still needs a ton of work.
Some things I noticed are
1.there are holes in the spraycan texture so you can see through it in some spots
2.there is no way to jump so you have to get the ladder for small details
3. the color selection is kind of limited and there are no normal variants of neon purple and pink
One more thing I would like to see is some kind of paint roller for painting big backgrounds.
Raid on the Zone
Been playing this a couple of times now, and I’m very fond of it being so close to the original Raid on Bungeling Bay, even though it has been enhanced with more intelligent AI, which also makes it a bigger challenge. I haven’t beaten it yet, but I’m going to! Lots of good gameplay and replayability. Recommending this for everyone who likes to shoot stuff and have fun!
I really enjoyed this game as it resembles the old Raid on Bungeling Bay, which I have enjyoed a lot as a kid. The game is hard but loads of fun! :) Highly recommended for anyone with a trigger finger.