Corridor 7: Alien Invasion

Corridor 7: Alien Invasion

Another game from Capstone made in 1994 and was WAY better with WAY more resources than Doom!

Real player with 35.1 hrs in game

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pretty awesome boomer fps game i am happy capstone put their games here

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Corridor 7: Alien Invasion on Steam

TAD: That Alien Dude

TAD: That Alien Dude

Great Speedgame!!

Real player with 16.4 hrs in game

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Fantastic experience. Great gameplay combined with awe-inspiring voice acting and minimalistic graphics clash together in this magnum opis of a game. On the outside TAD appears to be your ordinary AAA gaming experience, but upon closer inspection the game can be compared to a regular “Clockwork Orange” or “Gone with the Wind” in terms of sheer storytelling and eye candy. TAD: That Alien Dude defines what it means to be a gamer, games like this are what keep me from abandoning the gaming community entirely. The lack of tutorials give the gamer a more cut-throght experience, similar to cup-bread or dark shoals. Minimalistic graphics allow the gamer to focus more upon the machanics then the graphics

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

TAD: That Alien Dude on Steam



Who is the FREEMAN?

One ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Scientist Who think can Beat Alien, Us Forces, Black Ops But

At the end He can beat all of them and Hired!

Shame on you if you haven’t played this Game yet

Buy this Quickly and Finish it Fast and be sure this is not a Waste of Time.

Real player with 31.2 hrs in game

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Some guidelines

1: If you want to change the field of view, you can enter “default_fov” through the console , best between 100~120

2: Looking for MP-5 and GLOCK-17? Disable “Enable HD models of available” in Options \ Video. If you want CLOT-727 (M4A1) and BERETTA 92FS, enable this option. The game seems to have replaced the MP-5 and GLOCK-17 of HD Models in an update.

Real player with 20.4 hrs in game

Half-Life on Steam

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Half-Life: Blue Shift

Average Blue Shift Enjoyer:

















Real player with 14.1 hrs in game

barney is the best character in all of half-life

Real player with 11.8 hrs in game

Half-Life: Blue Shift on Steam

Half-Life: Opposing Force

Half-Life: Opposing Force

You can shoot Senior Drill Instructor Barnes

Real player with 31.8 hrs in game

Let Me be Honest with you

Before Play this Game:

You love Gordon Freeman You Like all Scientists and Hate all of the HECU

After Play this Game:

You no longer cared about scientists You Love Shephard and And whatever you do Save HECU as you Can And you will Hated the Black Ops forces

This is the Magic of this Game (:

Real player with 24.4 hrs in game

Half-Life: Opposing Force on Steam

Half-Life: Source

Half-Life: Source

If you’re thinking you’re going to get a CS:S or DOD:S styled remake or remaster for HL1, which was originally a Gold Source game, you will be extremely disappointed. There’s a huge cluster of glitches that are littered throughout, ranging from some being an small inconvenience that can agitate people (like the security guards and scientists moaning, screaming, and groaning constantly after getting hit), others being major bugs or exploits in the game play (biggest example being the tentacle encounter, which HL:S turns the menacing alien tentacles that could possibly kill you in one hit if you’re not careful, into decoration).

Real player with 127.4 hrs in game

PLAY THE ORIGINAL: As everyone knows, this game is a joke. It feels like no time at all was put into development and it feels hastily slapped together no thought to the og. This game has lots of bad things in it that make the game less fun than the original not to mention some blatant bugs that really mess up the game. I strongly recommend you play the original half life on the goldsrc engine.

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

Half-Life: Source on Steam

Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

20 years after the award-winning action adventure hit, Outcast, pioneered the genre of non-linear open-world games, the long-awaited sequel sees Cutter Slade return to the spectacular alien world of Adelpha. Resurrected by the almighty Yods, he has returned to find the Talans enslaved, the world stripped of its natural resources, and his own past intertwining with the invading robot forces. It’s up to him to go on a mission and save the planet again.

The original team behind Outcast 1 has reunited to create this fascinating world, full of dangerous creatures and home to the Talan people – an ancient culture whose fate has become inextricably linked with earth since the events of the first game. You play as Cutter Slade, ex-Navy SEAL, sporting the same dry wit he had back in the 90s – however, the world around him has changed and eventually, so will he.

To save Adelpha, you will …

  • use your jetpack to jump, air-dash, glide, and quickly traverse the fantastic in-game open world

  • combine dozens of different modules to create your own personal weapon for taking down the robot invaders

  • have total control to approach the story at your own pace in this non-linear world

  • explore the world without boundaries, discover hidden temples and dangerous wildlife

  • get familiar with the Talan culture while helping them free their villages and gain access to ancient Talan powers that use forces of nature to destroy your enemies

  • experience a beautiful, hand-crafted world accompanied by an epic soundtrack by Outcast’s original composer, Lennie Moore

Outcast 2 - A New Beginning on Steam

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy

An ancient enemy has returned.

It has been seven centuries since the cruel race of superbeings known as the Slordax were thwarted in their attempt to conquer the galaxy. Now, the Intergalactic Defense Alliance has detected that the Slordax are gathering once again in the Slordian System. You must pilot the fastest, deadliest ship in the galaxy into the Realm of the Slordax in a dangerous first-strike mission to annihilate the alien threat before they become too strong to defeat. Strap in, pilot, it’s going to be a bumpy ride!

Softdisk’s classic top-down shoot ‘em up programmed by legendary developer John Carmack sends you flying deep into Slordax territory to stop an existential threat to the entire galaxy. Take out the Slordian threat and preserve galactic peace!

  • Soar through five levels of white-knuckle shoot ‘em up action through an asteroid belt, over a planet’s surface, into ancient fleet construction tunnels, and more.

  • Become an unstoppable force! Upgrade your Reddog Adaptive Strike Ship’s weaponry with power up capsules dropped by enemy ships.

  • Face off against enemy ships, vicious creatures, and formidable bosses.

  • Keep going! Take on a more challenging campaign after you’ve finished your first.

Slordax: The Unknown Enemy on Steam

Altered Destiny

Altered Destiny

(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.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Altered Destiny on Steam

Cyber Drive

Cyber Drive

Cyberdrive is:

Waves of enemies constantly attacking without giving you a break

Average lifespan at easy difficulty 1 minute.

Only one thing is required of you “KILL YOUR ENEMIES !!!!!”

3 different maps.

Awesome music.

3 Levels of difficulty:


Normal(Hardcore x2).

Hard(The mode was not invented by humans and is not recommended for people).

4 types of weapons.

HUGE amount of achievements.

Cyber Drive on Steam