Shooter/Arena Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No Netbook Friendly
The Scourge is a survival horror game taking place in a presumably empty house over the course of one night, represented as five minutes' worth of action-oriented gameplay. You start off with no weapons, but will soon be presented with the choice of a shotgun or uzi to defend yourself from the endless hordes of zombies out to eat your flesh.
Use the W, A, S, D or cursor keys to move, and hold the left mouse button to shoot.
OS: Windows XP or higher CPU: 900 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 22.4 Mb
Super Adventure Puzzle Fighter Alpha 2 Gold Text Edition
RPG Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
You are a lone barbarian. You are on a mission to save the world from an evil wizard, Dragoon, who plans to cast the kingdom into eternal darkness. You must fight your way through Dragoon's castle to rescue your friend Viego. He has been locked away in the dungeon and is the only one who can help! Go now! Download the game and help save the kingdom Fatsaria!
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 500 Mhz Memory: 16 Mb Video: 8 Mb Hard Drive: 13.8 Mb
Action/Platformer Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
Theme: Science Fiction
Streemerz is a remake loosely based on an Action 52 game with the same name, featuring new art and music resources from Arthur Lee and Binbag McGraw. The story is now set sometime in the future, although the main character still uses streamers to scale walls or climb onto platforms. There are plenty of checkpoints for players to save their progress with, but they could be a few rooms apart by the time you're close to completing your mission.
Note that a load game option isn't available, so if you exit back to the main menu or quit the game you would have to replay the entire story mode from the beginning. It takes roughly an hour or so to beat the whole thing on your first try.
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 1.0 Ghz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 10.7 Mb
Adventure Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No Netbook Friendly
Blind is a short story-driven game that is divided into two halves, with the first part consisting of walking around and exploring your environment using standard first-person controls. This Game Maker project features no sound at all, although it does have six possible endings to discover. The adventure itself is rather linear save for the story branches, which is explained a bit more in detail in the provided documentation that comes together with the zip file.
You can switch between windowed and full screen mode using the F4 function key.
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 500 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 2.27 Mb
Sports/Other Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes
The point of Handball Challenge is not only to place the ball in the opposing goal. Neutron Games wants to give you an understanding of the individual leagues, the clubs, the players, different game systems and the different plays, so you can get involved with the sport of handball. Individual class, the speed of reaction and tactical understanding are required.
OS: Windows XP SP 3 or higher CPU: 2.0 Ghz Memory: 2 Gb Video: GeForce 7700 and ATI X1700 or higher Hard Drive: 400 Mb
Shooter/Top Down/RPG Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes Gamepad Support - Yes
Warlock's Gauntlet is a dynamic, top-down shooter (well, spell-caster) game, placing you - the player - in the role of a battlemage. The hero travels through maps filled with monsters, gaining experience and learning new spells. The game is similar to titles like Gauntlet or Diablo. The game features 25 random-generated levels which should amount to about three hours of gameplay; the player character can find over 60 distinct spells. There is no networked multiplayer, but the game includes a hot-seat two-player mode. The game available entirely for free - the code is open source and the assets are licensed CC.
OS: Windows XP SP 3 or higher, Mac and Linux version also available CPU: 1.0 Ghz Memory: 128 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 59.6 Mb
Turn Based Strategy Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes Netbook Friendly
Welcome to Zatikon. Construct your army out of creatures as varied as the magnificent dragon or mighty warrior to the evil necromancer or holy Templar. Destroy your opponent with a heavy cavalry charge or defeat their army before they can reach you with archers, crossbowmen and mages. Use an unlimited number of strategies to defeat your opponents and earn gold to increase the might of your army. Play Zatikon for free and start building your armies today!
Zatikon is a free turn based multiplayer tactics game featuring over 30 unique units with over 80 additional units available in add-on packs. Build your army and defeat your opponent. With an almost unlimited number of possible strategies at your disposal Zatikon highly addictive and fun. Zatikon includes online player ranking and several extra game types including co-op, single player and random army mode.
Multiplayer match making Play single player, vs. or co-op games Online ranking system Unlock over 30 units to use in your army Unlimited strategies and tactics Each unit is different with unique abilities and powers Many types of units including Mages, Horsemen, Shapeshifters, Siege units, Structures and more! Zatikon features game play simliar to Chess and Magic (MTG).
OS: Windows 98 or higher, Mac and Linux versions available CPU: 500 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 79.8 Mb
Shooter/Platformer Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
Teppoman 2 is a 2D action platformer that puts you in control of a caped assassin with a craving for bananas, specifically the brown-coloured ones which can only be found inside a heavily-fortified base under the command of a white-hooded man.
Our trained killer has a number of specialized skills that could be used to navigate around traps and silence unsuspecting enemies, plus he can also utilize all manner of ranged weapons when the situation calls for it. Players have to learn how to execute dash, wall jumps, reverse jumps, glide, body surf, and more if they plan to make it further into the enemy's fortress.
There is a boss battle in every fifth stage, and you're only allowed to continue playing after beating the boss challenge if you manage to meet the banana collection requirements. For example, to pass the fifth level you would need to have five bananas in your possession, and playing level eleven and onwards require a minimum of fifteen bananas.
OS: Windows 2000 or higher CPU: 1.0 Ghz Memory: 128 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 1.57 Mb
Action/Stealth Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
Subsonic is a 2D stealth game in which you play as a test subject for Subsonic Inc., an organization that deals with the research of high-tech equipment and top secret technology. Each level is populated by guards who will attempt to apprehend you on sight, although they tend to give up the chase easily when you quickly find cover behind a wall or crawl into an air duct for safety.
In most rooms you will be presented with a selection of guns to pick up. The blue gun emits soundwaves that can distract guards, while the red ones are useful for shattering glass. The white-coloured gun can mask the sound from your footsteps, so that players are able to sneak past an unsuspecting guard looking the other way for intruders. The game is divided two parts, a tutorial and a campaign, although there are only six levels to play in the campaign mode
OS: Windows 2000 or higher CPU: 1.37 Ghz Memory: 128 Mb Video: 128 Mb Hard Drive: 27.7 Mb
Shooter/Platformer Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No Netbook Friendly
Jigsaw is a puzzle platformer made for Arthur Lee's Action 52 cart-themed game development jam, featuring two worlds to explore and a healthy number of checkpoints that automatically saves your progress up to that point. The playable character in this remake has a gun that fires nails, which is mainly used for defeating the enemies he encounters and building small steps for him to scale walls with.
It is important to note that only a maximum of three nails can be had on the screen as steps, so if a fourth nail is impaled on a wall then the first nail will disappear as well. This leads to some interesting switch puzzles later, since a switch will only be on when a nail is still stuck to it.
This game was largely inspired by Nintendo's 'Nail n Scales' on the original Gameboy.
OS: Windows 2000 or higher CPU: 800 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 4.92 Mb
Shooter/Top Down Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
Durg Blambler is a prototypical topless machinegun dude and he must shoot lots of guys. A pretty simple 8-direction shooter. You have 3 weapons: machine gun, scatter gun, and flamethrower. These can be upgraded to shoot faster twice by finding powerups. There are also 2 vehicles, a tank and a jeep, you can find in some levels. You can play through the campaign missions in which you must destroy the enemy headquarters of each level; or you can play the survival mode to see how long you can last with enemies spawning everywhere around.
Megazell's Comment - Standard top down shooter. The bullets of the enemy and yourself look the same in the beginning which can be very annoying.
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 500 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 8 Mb Hard Drive: 3.14 Mb
Shooter/Top Down Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No Netbook Friendly
Knight of the Living Dead thrusts you into the role of the legendary Sir Galahad, the most decorated and devoted knight in the history of the world. Strike back against the zombie hordes using your trusty grey sword and an incredible array of abilities.
In the words of "the perfect knight" himself: "I must SANCTIFY these unholy lands!"
OS: Windows 2000 or higher CPU: 900 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 4 Mb
Shooter/Top Down Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes
Zombie Grinder is the debut game of TwinDrills, an indie game development duo made up of Tim 'Infini' Leonard and Jordan 'Jordizzle' Chewning.
It's a multi-platform (windows, mac, Linux!) (also Free!) cooperative multiplayer arcade game, reminiscent in style and gameplay of retro games like 'Zombies Ate My Neighbors' and 'Super Smash TV!', but with the added benefit of some newer game mechanics - achievements, ranking, player-customization, rpg style stats and so forth.
The game sports a variety of different game modes, from co-operative 'campaign' style levels, to wave maps and even the classic 'pvp' style game modes - deathmatch, capture the 'bag' and so forth. All of these mods are bristling with a variety of weapons and items, all lovingly displayed in Jordan's classic quirky pixel-art style.
OS: Windows XP or higher CPU: 1.8 Ghz Memory: 128 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 2 Gb
Megazell's Top Pick Gloomy Nights and Living Dead Megazell's Top Pick
Shooter/Top Down Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes Netbook Friendly
Go kick some 8-bit zombie butt.
When there was no more room in hell once again, Carlo, the devil's servant, sent most of hell's population back to earth. The dead stepped out of their graves to spread horror and chaos. Now it's your turn to clean the graveyard from those strange happenings going on there and to take the final step - defeating Carlo!
"Gloomy Nights and Living Dead" is an oldschool arcade action game that will remind you of the good old days. If you were a zombie hunter back then, it will have an even stronger effect of nostalgia on you.
Megazell's Comment - An excellent 2 player old school top down shooter. I have a blast with this game every time I boot it up with company. The music is catchy, the sprites are cute and reminiscent of the old Nintendo/Sega Master System days of gaming and the difficulty and boss battles are quite challenging.
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 300 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 3.16 Mb
Found it!! Thanks!! Any luck on any more MMO's like Crimecraft? I like Crimecraft but I don't want to play the premium for it honestly.
I have about 33 games ready to post - 4 of which were MMOs - nothing like 'CrimeCraft.'
There are a few in Korea but they have zero English. I am currently in the beta for a English version of a Fighting MMO called 'Fight Zone.' I have yet to actually play it but it has a solid urban style to it from the videos I've been watching.
I'll probably have a lot more time after the 11th to post up some more games. I'm always on the lookout for games like 'Crimecraft.'
So AVA is awesome, but I hate how the EVA Bug is. I know so far I have had it happen two times where she goes towards the door and it won't open. Besides that....Awesome game.
Yeah, I ran across that one. My cousins and I got her to open it though by following what one poster wrote on the forums...
that's because u must get there before eva does and open the door yourself..if u wait too long the arrow will go away and u get stuck...its sort of like an invisible timer...and if the door is open for a long time this will close as well...so make sure that u open it in time...
Action/Platformer Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
While Sqrxz wandered around on a sunny day, he was unaware that he had lost all his items while enjoying the scenery. It was already dark until he recognized the loss. There was no possibilty, but to go back where he started the trip and save his things. If the loss was not already enough, strange creatures appeared. Will they be helpful?
What is Sqrxz?
Sqrxz requires fast reflexes and is a simply mindblasting Jump’n'Run puzzle game with high frustration factor originally made in 1996 by Marcus Vesterlund (Maze) and John Holmvall (Hojo) for DOS and Windows 9x.
Sqrxz (2010) is a remake of a game with the same name and has been created by Rodolphe Boixel (Thor), Shahzad Sahaib (Kojote), Simon Butler and Brendan Ratliff (Syphus). Minor support came from Marcus Vesterlund himself who also gave permission to redo his game. Denny Müller (Mulle) supported the team with a WordPress-Theme for the official page and Rabia Sahaib (Mahek) made three more levels.
A remake should be usually bearing improvements, so does Sqrxz 2010. Beside the “classic” graphic mode, there is a new mode with “deluxe” graphics. The main gameplay has modified in a way that you need to collect all items to open the door at the end of each level, which makes some levels harder than they actually already were. Extended “fun” is guarantueed with additional three levels, unseen before. Each level does have it’s own chiptune and adds up to the retro feeling. A Top 10 highscore table will hold all your records. For the ones who like hidden features, there is even a small easter egg!
Sqrxz uses code of the following Open-Source projects in an unmodified form: SDL, SDL_Mixer, libmodplug and zlib - you can get the source code of the mentioned libraries by visiting the respective homepage.
* Hardly any game will annoy you more! Frustration deluxe ahead! * Amiga’ish feeling! * 16 Levels including a “beginners” level * 18 Chiptunes * Classic AND new graphic mode * Top 10 highscore * Endless continue mode * Hidden easter egg
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher, Multiple OS downloads available on the primary link. CPU: 600 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 32 Mb Hard Drive: 1.34 Mb
Shooter/Horizontal Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - No
Theme: Science Fiction
Fight to save mankind in this fantastic shooter! With 60 sectors of pure adrenaline pumping action, awesome graphics and sound, this game is sure to please. You can improve your ship with upgrades and power-ups to transform it into the devastating battle force needed to confront the endless waves of enemy fighters and creatures that will cross your path...
OS: Windows 98 SE or higher CPU: 500 Mhz Memory: 32 Mb Video: 128 Mb Hard Drive: 100 MB
Real Time Strategy Single Player - Yes Multiplayer - Yes
Theme: Science Fiction
A new war is brewing. A violent conflict, between the Six Colonies, each one convinced that it was in the right, each one sure of its own ability to defeat its enemies. But they need Generals. They need soldiers. They need you.
OS: Windows XP or higher, Linux version also available CPU: 1.8 Ghz Memory: 512 Mb Video: 128 Mb Hard Drive: 1.06 Gb
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