Atmospheric horror in psychedelic entourage. The game bribes with a breathtaking gameplay with a good study with a small required disk space for installation.
In something even crazy because of its features. The chief hero will be fighting with monsters in his own dream and only to wake up.
There are also Easter eggs and references to other games.
In general, a fit game, but it is suitable for those who love something psychedelic.
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Simple and therefore great horror. The author surprises us with a whole story, which, is revealed in a small apartment. A plus for me is also the presence of in-game achievements.
Remember when shooter games where gleefully unrealistic, uncomplicated, unpretentious, and thus fun? That’s what this little retro gem is all about. Well, that and fluorescent pink tanks and attack helicopters.
You get to blow up bad guys, cars, even buildings, you can ride vehicles and fly fighter jets, you can buy upgrades and become obscenely overpowered, and all while enjoying unabashedly 80s graphics and soundtrack. The game even has pretty decent replayability value.
I doubt you could find anything more entertaining at this price.
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In a nutshell: RewindApp stole a free online game named Hammer 2 and upgraded it with synthwave aesthetics. It surely raises concern whether it’s acceptable for paying such a scam, but I hadn’t known it before my purchase, and for the sale price of 0,39 €, I had quite a good time with this game.
The game itself is a cheap GTA knockoff, the graphics are nice, the music is excellent. Quests are easy and repetitive (kill/destroy N things), vehicle control is a bit poor (except for drifting, which was cool), physics is irreal. Upgrades are not necessary, and if you want some challenge, avoid buying too much of it (especially Golden Gun, starter weapons, infinite ammo, god mode and jetpack), otherwise it will be child’s play and no fun at all. All 30 quests can be finished in merely 2 hours, the 100% completion (time limit, trophy score, secret package) requires about 2-3x more time, depending on the player.
QUACK ATTACK 1985: TURBO DX EDITION
Yo! This game is the shit! You all need to make this game for MacBooks so I can play it when I’m with my mom too! This game is very fun and addicting for me, just not good for anyone with sensitive eyes, and again guys, you all should make it available for Macbook
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Regardless of your susceptibility to epilepsy, this game WILL give you a seizure (note the 5.5 hrs on record - i was not conscious for at least 5 of those hours).
This is not a duck simulator and is exploitive to waterfowl more generally.
All that being said, I recommend this game. …if only to promote a market where more waterfowl is featured in gaming.
My Nuclear Octopus
Super-fast arcade shoot ‘em up, very easy to pick up and looks amazing in an incredibly retro way. Really addictive, and highly recommended for hi score chasers.
Really fun little title.
Captures the early 80’s arcade feel really well.
Controls nice and looks the part.
Timothy Leary’s Mind Mirror
I absolutely recommend anyone with even a slight interest in psychotherapy to try this game out, not because it’ll blow your mind or because Leary was some kind of genius, but because it’s a solid example of what I believe to be a therapy-oriented game.
Somewhere between interactive fiction and gestalt therapy (not mention the weird words and “archetypes”), this program is for all I have read basically a reproduction of Leary’s PhD thesis. It might well have been a facebook quiz if it was written two decades later! It’s not particularly avant-garde or exceptionally brilliant as far as I’m concerned, but it’s neat to play through.
That’s where you’re wrong. These same effects are the main part of the game mechanics, which at first didn’t seem to me, but the more I progressed through the levels, the more I saw the importance of using these effects to my advantage, whether to anticipate some moves or to help me stay alive. Gameplay quite different and very attractive 100/100.
As good as the colors of the soul. It is necessary to play with caution and explore slowly so as not to die. Very good.
a game about a fox making food and going through dungeons i dunno
fine game, just real overpriced.
(Foreword: You may ignore my playtime; I played the crap out of this upon original release. Now I’m just having a bit of fun running around the world.)
Altered Destiny is an adventure game where the player controls the character with the arrow keys and types commands with the keyboard.
There are two specific issues I want to address with this review, which could affect your decision to purchase Altered Destiny:
1. This is the inferior MS-DOS version, and not the Amiga version, which has significantly better graphics. I realise there used to be some commercial rights issues with running Amiga games via emulators. However, Amiga Forever provides a solution for selling Amiga games on PC running through emulators. Publishers like this one should look into it.
Awesome game if u are a maniac killer: great soundtracks + great gameplay + a simple storyline + too much blood + 2D Pixel graphics = Awesome Mix!
Music is perfection, gameplay is solid, if a bit goofy at times, especially dealing with knocked down enemies and poorly placed doors that either block bullets, or don’t swing open all the way, blocking your spray. The story is enjoyable, but the music does most of the heavy lifting for setting the tone of the scene, which isn’t a bad thing, since every single track is a masterpiece.
The game runs alright for the most part, even on my potato of a pc, but the frame rate grinds to a halt on Push It, and if you’re on Mac, moving your cursor to the top of the screen opens your task bar, which freezes the game for a second, leading to some frustrating deaths.
A classic breaking blocks game with a good stylized neon art and explosive screen shake
I like arcade games. Fun and good to spend the time.