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#2521 Megazell

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:23 PM

Dispell

Shooter/Vertical
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes
Gamepad Support - Yes
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Fantasy

Remember the glory days of PC gaming, everyone huddled around the keyboard together helping and hindering each others porgress, Dispell’s unique “hot seat co-operative mode” has been designed from the ground up to allow players of all skill levels to play through the game together by dynamically setting the difficulty level as you swap in and out of the “hot seat”.

Introduce your kids to some real game play, download the full version of Dispell for free today!

Features

A unique cast of Australian marsupials.
Twenty levels spread across four chapters.
Hand painted graphics.
Three difficulty levels to suit all ages and skill levels.
Hot seat co-opreative game play.
Treasure, swords and baby dragons!

System Requirements

OS: Windows 98 or higher
CPU: 500 Mhz
Memory: 128 Mb
Video: 64 Mb
Hard Drive: 16.4 Mb

Download it here - http://www.brownbot.com/Dispell.aspx

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#2522 Megazell

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:30 PM

Galaxias

Simulation/Space
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Science Fiction

Galaxias is a space trading and combat game where you pilot a spaceship. As a novice trader with only 500 credits in the bank you have it all to do. You start off flying a Swallow and will have the opportunity to upgrade your ship as the game progresses but be aware; upgrading is not cheap.

Your first task is learn how to fly and navigate. The Galaxy is an immense place and there are thousands of planets to visit. Planets, naturally enough, are found in solar systems and may or may not be inhabited. Your GNA (Galactic Navigation Authority) database gives details about the inhabited planets including the type of government, population and economic technical level, which is essential for successful trading. With so many solar systems and planets it was necessary to group them into sectors. The Galaxy is divided up into 27 of them, it's like a gigantic rubik's cube! Your navigation system will help you find your way around.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 1.0 Ghz
Memory: 512 Mb
Video: 128 Mb
Hard Drive: 22.2 Mb

Download it here - http://www.jexea.co....axias/Home.html

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#2523 Megazell

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:36 PM

Rise Of Flight

Simulation/Vehicular Combat
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes
Gamepad Support - Yes


Theme: Aviation

Welcome to the NEW Unlimited Rise of Flight Demo! This version of Rise Of Flight can be played for an unlimited time and features two flyable aircraft with full access to all their features. This should not be viewed as just a Demo, but more as a limited version of the Full game.

Unlike out previous Demo, you can now purchase and add new aircrafts and content to this Unlimited ROF Demo. By downloading this Unlimited Demo you can now build your own custom version of ROF by adding content at your own pace through the ROF Store.

Features

Flyable Spad 13 and Albatros D.Va.
Full Access to Single Player and Multiplayer Modes for each aircraft.
Full Access to Career Mode for each aircraft.
Full Access to Gunner Positions in Bombers and Recon Aircraft in Multiplayer.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP SP 2 or higher
CPU: 2.6 Ghz
Memory: 1 Gb
Video: 256 Mb
Hard Drive: 4 Gb

Download it here - http://riseofflight.com/tryrof/en

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#2524 Hydro2Oxide

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 05:43 PM

Free 2 Play games now on Steam

http://store.steampo...e/Free to Play/

Thank god, most of those games have horrible launchers. Going through Steam will be nice.

#2525 Megazell

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 07:13 PM

Free 2 Play games now on Steam

http://store.steampo...e/Free to Play/

Thank god, most of those games have horrible launchers. Going through Steam will be nice.


WORD! I will highlight this soon.

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#2526 Megazell

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 03:43 PM

Software Spotlight

STEAM

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Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute games and related media online, from small independent developers to larger software houses. Steam also has community features, automated game updates, and in-game voice and chat functionality.

As of May 2011, there are over 3,368 games available through Steam, and over 30 million active user accounts. Although Valve never releases sales figures, Stardock, owner of Impulse, a platform competing with Steam, estimated that Steam has a 70% share of the digital distribution market for video games.

Many major publishers have large catalogues available on Steam, including Bethesda Softworks, Activision, Rockstar Games and others.

STEAM also have freeware games to be enjoyed along with a compliment of Free To Play games.

Megazell's Comment - When you get STEAM for free some features are not fully functional until a purchase is made. For example, the friend list will be available but you will be unable to add others until you make a purchase or recieve a gift (free game that they may have purchased) from another STEAM user. Also Humble Bundle are made every once and awhile where you donate (from .01 and up) to indie developers for a suite of games...those games may have STEAM counter parts and will register as a purchase.

Download and Learn more about STEAM here - http://store.steampowered.com/

Download Their Free To Play Games Here - http://store.steampo...e/Free to Play/

Their freeware games have been posted on this list in various sections.

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#2527 Megazell

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Posted 15 June 2011 - 03:49 PM

Super Busker

Action/Arcade
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Other

SUPER BUSKER is a rhythm based game where you play a homeless man. Use your keen sense of timing to beg a stream of passers by at precisely the correct moment. Extract maximum sympathy, maximum money, maximum UPGRADES! Rise to the top and become the world’s most famous street performer in history!

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb

No Heavy Download Needed - Browser Based - http://www.kongregat...eh/super-busker

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#2528 Megazell

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 12:51 AM

Spin Spin Episode I
Spin Spin Episode II


Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Fantasy

Part I

Chris Hughes' Spin Spin Episode I feels like a short, fun mix of VVVVVV and And Yet It Moves. Players move left or right, or rotate in either direction, to reach checkpoints and ultimately get the girl.

Hughes says he's looking for feedback on how to improve all aspects of the game for future episodes, with #2 coming in July. Gameplay seemed solid, but I would loop smoothly the awesome music from No Soap Radio.

For those worried Spin Spin is too much like VVVVVV, it seems to have Terry Cavanagh's blessing. - IndieGames.com

Part II

Chris Hughes' mix of VVVVVV and And Yet it Moves, Spin Spin, is back with more rotational puzzle platforming, adding elements such as moving boxes, mid-air extra spin power-ups and more.

The game begins right where Spin Spin: Episode 1 leaves off, which was released only a month ago. If you want to know the story so far and get some practice sans boxes, that's where to start.

My only quip: the music was great in the first episode, but it sounds like the same track was used in Episode 2. Regardless, Spin Spin: Episode 2 is high-quality puzzle platforming. - IndieGames.com

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb

No Heavy Download Needed - Browser Based - http://www.spinsp.in/episode-1.htm
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No Heavy Download Needed - Browser Based - http://www.spinsp.in/episode-2.htm

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#2529 The Omniscient Lemon

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 04:02 AM

You really don't buy any games? Not even fantastic deals such as The Orange Box or games with unlimited replayability like Starcraft?
These games also are a modder's delight for a massive amount of other free games, with long-term support and free servers as well.

#2530 Megazell

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 12:36 PM

You really don't buy any games? Not even fantastic deals such as The Orange Box or games with unlimited replayability like Starcraft?
These games also are a modder's delight for a massive amount of other free games, with long-term support and free servers as well.


Somewhere on CAG is an actual list of every PC game I bought when I supported retail PC games. Though I did support it back in the day I would never pay full retail. I always found a way to get it for less (Extreme Couponing FTW).

With the advent of DRM, DLC and other nonsense I stopped buying any PC games all together. The last game I thought about buying was 'Disciples 3'...but it was a no go because all of the nonsense it came attached with.

On top of this I often get retail PC games for free from various places. On CAG alone I have over 130 games on STEAM through gifts from other forum members. I get games for free retail games though bank reward programs. I get free games from forum giveaways like what 'Green Man Gaming' is doing right now. Giving out 160 retail games.

Then you have betas like what OnLive did where I got to play and end the latest Batman game.

I'll donate to freeware developers but I'm done with supporting retail PC gaming.

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#2531 The Omniscient Lemon

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Posted 16 June 2011 - 11:27 PM

I'm inclined to agree with you. I'm getting more and more selective about what I will actually shell out money for. I used to do a lot of preorders based on hype, but now I wait til each game is thoroughly reviewed or discounted. My last purchases were Mass Effect 2, Starcraft 2, Portal 2, and the Witcher 2 (that's a lot of 2s, I know, which just goes to show that I only really got them out of some loyalty to the franchises). I guess it's a combination of all the disappointment, DRM and BS like you said, and also the fact that I just have so many games that really don't get old and I'll probably still be playing them years from now, so I really don't need more.

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#2532 Megazell

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 03:15 AM

I'm inclined to agree with you. I'm getting more and more selective about what I will actually shell out money for. I used to do a lot of preorders based on hype, but now I wait til each game is thoroughly reviewed or discounted. My last purchases were Mass Effect 2, Starcraft 2, Portal 2, and the Witcher 2 (that's a lot of 2s, I know, which just goes to show that I only really got them out of some loyalty to the franchises). I guess it's a combination of all the disappointment, DRM and BS like you said, and also the fact that I just have so many games that really don't get old and I'll probably still be playing them years from now, so I really don't need more.


I have HL, HL: Opposing Force, HL: Blue Shield and SC. I actually gave them all away here on CAG and then ended up getting them again as gifts from various places. A long time ago I had a MOD thread like this one but not as refined. It was on the Quake9 forums and Planet Half-Life. I had mods for Quake, Doom, HL, UT, Solider Of Fortune and some other non-FPS games. Those are great games and the mod communities for them is still going strong.

But I don't think in this climate those games would be released today the way they were back then.

Thankfully, many of these freeware and F2P games have the same following and mods, maps, models, skins and more come out for them often.

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#2533 Megazell

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 03:23 AM

Lethal Judgment: Origins
Lethal Judgment HD
Lethal Judgment 3 End Game
Lethal Judgment 4 Deluxe


Shooter/Vertical
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Gamepad support - Yes


Theme: Science Fiction

The Lethal Judgment Series is a free series of shooter games similar to R-Type available on X-Box Live (for 240 Pts) and for the PC (freeware). All 4 were well made with excellent detail. The action is fast, consistent, and quite challenging. If your a fan of shooters, than you should check these out.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 1.5 Ghz
Memory: 512 Mb
Video: 128 Mb
Hard Drive: 280 Mb <- All 4 Games

Download it here - http://www.g4g.it/20...ent-origins-hd/
Download it here - http://lethal-judgme...n.softonic.com/
Download it here - http://games.softped...udgment-3.shtml
Download it here - http://download.cnet...4-75325108.html

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#2534 The Omniscient Lemon

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 04:28 AM

I have HL, HL: Opposing Force, HL: Blue Shield and SC. I actually gave them all away here on CAG and then ended up getting them again as gifts from various places. A long time ago I had a MOD thread like this one but not as refined. It was on the Quake9 forums and Planet Half-Life. I had mods for Quake, Doom, HL, UT, Solider Of Fortune and some other non-FPS games. Those are great games and the mod communities for them is still going strong.

But I don't think in this climate those games would be released today the way they were back then.

Thankfully, many of these freeware and F2P games have the same following and mods, maps, models, skins and more come out for them often.


Oh really? Which of these games have such a following?

#2535 Megazell

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 05:18 AM

Oh really? Which of these games have such a following?


Which genre you looking for?

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#2536 The Omniscient Lemon

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 06:58 AM

Which genre you looking for?

Well I'm just asking because there are a lot of obscure titles here, which is why I keep coming back to this thread as a reference to find new ones I'd likely never find on my own. I tend to get lost sometimes though, not that you don't have it organized well but because there's just so many, and I don't really know how popular they all are. I don't really have the time to just try them all myself.

You put a lot of work into this, and I really can't ask for more, but a lot of the game details aren't very personal, they're just developer descriptions so I don't actually know your thoughts on them. Personally I'm mostly a fan of RPGs, strategy, and shooters. Co-op multiplayer is nice, but only if there is a very active community with dedicated servers to play on, otherwise just single player.

#2537 Megazell

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Posted 17 June 2011 - 08:07 AM

Well I'm just asking because there are a lot of obscure titles here, which is why I keep coming back to this thread as a reference to find new ones I'd likely never find on my own. I tend to get lost sometimes though, not that you don't have it organized well but because there's just so many, and I don't really know how popular they all are. I don't really have the time to just try them all myself.

You put a lot of work into this, and I really can't ask for more, but a lot of the game details aren't very personal, they're just developer descriptions so I don't actually know your thoughts on them. Personally I'm mostly a fan of RPGs, strategy, and shooters. Co-op multiplayer is nice, but only if there is a very active community with dedicated servers to play on, otherwise just single player.


Yeah. It's intentional that I don't 'review' the games too much outside of a small comment here or there. I think reviews should be empirical - Story/Description, System Requirements, Warnings about mature content, Warnings about bugs/errors/glitches and genre.

For strategy games I would try 'Glest' - It has a large mod community and 'Dwarf Fortress' - You can spend years finding all of the mods for that one and still not hit a 1/10 of what's out there.

For shooters (I think you mean FPS?) - I would get on 'HL2: Deathmatch' - Lots of mods, maps and dedicated servers. There are a few CO-OP maps where you and others take on custom made bosses and such in a mode that looks and feels a lot like UT 2k4 Invasion mode. For CO-OP FPS I would go with AA3, Tremulous and AVA not many mods there but lots of players and servers.

For RPGs games I would try games like 'Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup', 'Iter Vehemens ad Necem', 'Linley's Dungeon Crawl aka Crawl', 'Nazghul' and 'Nethack' - They are not pretty but lots of campaigns and mods available with some very devoted crowds.

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#2538 Megazell

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#2539 Megazell

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#2540 Megazell

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 06:50 AM

Island Hopping

Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Fantasy

Island Hopping is a 3d retro-arcade style platformer originally developed by one of our team members for the Ludum Dare 48-hour competition. The objective is simple: don't hit the water. The player will attempt to navigate through an ever faster path of island that vary in size, shape, and point value. When they inevitably hit the water, your distance and score (among other statistics) are sent to a high score leaderboard.

Megazell's Comment - A very well made game for such a short time given for the Ludum Dare contest. The music is great and the game play is very engaging. Reminds me a lot of Tasty Static.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 2.0 Ghz
Memory: 1 Gb
Video: 256 Mb
Hard Drive: 15.9 Mb

Download it here - http://www.moddb.com...sion-12-release

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#2541 Megazell

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 06:57 AM

1899 Steam & Spirit - Episode I

Adventure
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Steampunk
Theme: Mystery


1899 Steam & Spirit started six months ago as an experiment and now it's becoming a fun old-style adventure game with an intriguing background story. It's written entirely in HTML and Javascript so you can play it directly from your browser without Flash player or any other plugin or installation.

The game is set in late Victorian Age and tell the story of some "celebrities of the time" in the background of a espionage war between French and British empires. You will meet and use people like Winston Churchill, Wright Brothers, Guglielmo Marconi,....characters who at the dawn of the twentieth century have changed the world.

Megazell's Comment - This game is relativity short. There are other episodes within the series that you must buy @ 99 cent each to play. For the most part the puzzles here are medium difficulty and quite interesting.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb

No Heavy Download Needed - Browser Based - http://www.moloc.net/

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#2542 Megazell

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 07:05 AM

Retirement Home Roundup

Third Person Shooter
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No


Theme: Humor
Theme: Western


Have you ever wanted to shoot tapioca pudding from a brightly-colored gun? Have you ever wanted to bounce old people off of walls? Have you ever wanted to do both of those things at the same time while wearing a cowboy hat? Well, look no further. Retirement Home Roundup has all of this and more. Your goal in this endeavor is to safely escort all of the home's elderly residents onto the bus for a field trip. You may be thinking, "How hard could this be?" Well, things such as exposed wiring disagree with your optimism. Did we say exposed wiring? Most certainly, because they can die from electrocution. So if you're up to take on a challenge such as this, look no further--this is your game!

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 2.4 Ghz
Memory: 256 Mb
Video: 256 Mb
Hard Drive: 400 Mb

Download it here - http://www.indiedb.c...nt-home-roundup

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#2543 Megazell

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 07:13 AM

Fender Bender

Simulation/Vehicular Combat
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - Yes
Gamepad Support - Yes


Theme: Science Fiction

Fender Bender is an arena-based vehicular combat game. There are Four different vehicles with unique stats. Each vehicle has a device called The Modulauncher. This futuristic piece of technology has the ability to wield a homing rocket, freeze missile, wrecking ball, and shield all in one. You as the player must choose which ones to activate at which specific times in order to destroy your enemies.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 2.26 Ghz
Memory: 1.0 Gb
Video: 512 Mb
Hard Drive: 220 Mb

Download it here - http://www.indiedb.c...s/fender-bender

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#2544 Megazell

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 07:28 AM

Crystal Towers 1
Crystal Towers 2


Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Gamepad Support - Yes


Theme: Fantasy

Help Bernard find the missing colors that have gone missing from the Crystal Towers.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher, Mac or Linux version available
CPU: 1.0 Ghz
Memory: 128 Mb
Video: 128 Mb
Hard Drive: 15.8 Mb

Download it here - http://www.clickteam...t2/download.php

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#2545 iKilledChewbacca

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 04:16 AM

I just thank you again for all these great FREE games you post for the CAGs.

#2546 Megazell

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RPG/First Person
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Fantasy

A first-person RPG made in the likeness of the simple FPRPGs of yesteryear like Akalabeth, Lady Sword and Card of Destiny. Approximately 7-8 hours of play time.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 700 Mhz
Memory: 16 Mb
Video: 16 Mb
Hard Drive: 41.5 Mb

Download it here - http://vault.digital...how.php?id=1817

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#2547 Megazell

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 04:50 PM

I just thank you again for all these great FREE games you post for the CAGs.


NP.

SO MUCH STUFF TO POST.

Freeware and F2P games have been BOOMING as of late. Not only is it hard to keep up but I've been saying, I'm going to test this and hours later...I'm still playing and forgetting to post :)

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 05:12 PM

Side Quest

Adventure
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Fantasy

I'm not entirely sure Side Quest can be considered a proper game; then again, I'm not entirely certain the vast majority of MMORPGs are proper gamey games and, well, better give Side Quest a try I suppose. It definitely makes its point, will raise a smile or two* and looks beautiful in a gloriously parallax-scrolling way. - IndieGames.com

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb

No Heavy Download Needed - Browser Based - http://jordan-wilson...host/sidequest/

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#2549 Megazell

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 05:29 PM

Probe

Action/Platformer
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Science Fiction

PROBE is a single player platformer game. I’d recommend to play it with a pad (I do, using Xpadder), but it should work with a keyboard as well. If you’re on Windows 7, you should run the application as administrator (right-click, etc…), otherwise the game won’t work properly.

UP allows you to jump.

SPACE creates a block under the Probe (as long as you have some in stock).

ENTER engages the auto-destruction of the Probe, which is particularly useful if you get stuck because of your own blocks, for example.

And the LEFT or RIGHT arrow keys obviously are used to go left or right.

Careful ! You need to refill the probe’s energy in lit areas quite often, otherwise your probe will progressively lose its power, become slower and slower and finally turn off, cutting the signal.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 900 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 15.0 Mb

Download it here - http://kouboooo.word...11/06/12/probe/

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 04:27 AM

Epidemic

Action/Brawler/Shooter
Single Player - Yes
Multiplayer - No
Full Screen Not Available
Netbook Friendly


Theme: Horror
Theme: Science Fiction


A small promotional beat 'em up made to get the word out on my 8bit zombie themed concept album Epidemic. - Jay Tholen

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP or higher
CPU: 800 Mhz
Memory: 32 Mb
Video: 32 Mb
Hard Drive: 15.1 Mb

Download it here - http://jaytholen.net/epidemic.zip

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