Thursday, April 06, 2006
Sinclair Spectrum Football Manager 0.99
Ported "A remake of the (in)famous Sinclair Spectrum Football Manager game, complete with stick-man graphics. This is reverse engineered, so it should play identically."
Deathchase 3D 0.9
Deathchase 3D is a remake of the Sinclair Spectrum game of the same name. It's a pseudo 3D game based on the light speeder sequence from "Return of the Jedi" where you have to shoot the bad guys' speeders.
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Apricots has nothing to do with apricots. It's a game where you fly a little plane around the screen and shoot things and drop bombs on enemy targets, and it's meant to be quick and fun.
Monday, April 03, 2006
Blob Wars 1.0.4
Since their world was invaded by an alien race, the Blobs have faced a lifetime of war. But now they have a chance to win the war once and for all.
In Blob Wars : Metal Blob Solid, you take on the role of a fearless Blob agent, Bob. Bob's mission is to infiltrate the various enemy bases around the Blobs' homeworld and rescue as many MIAs as possible. But standing in his way are many vicious aliens, other Blobs who have been assimilated and the evil alien leader, Galdov.
Thursday, March 16, 2006
In Vexed you have to move blocks by putting the mouse on them and dragging (using mouse button) to either the right or left. If an empty space is encountered, "gravity" takes over and the blocks fall towards the bottom.
Scoring is based on a golf-like "par" concept. The Vexed level pack has a solution stored for each level. If you solve the level in the same number of moves as what is stored in the level pack, you get a score of 0, or par, for that level. Note that the stored solution may not be the most efficient one, so you can beat "par" and have a negative score.
The score displayed while playing is a cumulative score for the entire level pack.
Using the Solution feature adds five to your score.
ps: you will need perl and sdl-perl packages intalled to run the game.
Primate Plunge 1.1
Primate Plunge is a platform game where you help poor Monkey navigate his way down through trecherous jungles, canyons, towering waterfalls, into the heart of a volcano and through the driving rain of a cold industrial city.
Heroes is similar to the "Tron" and "Nibbles" games of yore, but includes many graphical improvements and new game features.