From the same people who brought us Tower of Heaven comes Pause Ahead.
You play as Ratboy Genius and must navigate overgrown ruins in a series of excruciatingly hard levels filled with deadly traps, such as spikes and buzzsaws while a mysterious godlike voice taunts you. Also there’s a bunch of pretentious existentialist crap. Sound familiar? But this time you have the help of “pausing” the game to reach otherwise-inaccessible areas. You’ll need quick wits and even faster reflexes or prepare to get very frustrated.
if youd like, i can submit write ups about a coup,e of them, but do you take game recommendations? if so: trapped is a nice escape game, haunt the house is a really cute! im also a big fan of art games so ill say my favorites? youve probably already played them and some of them are short, but the themes of each game is magnificent. Loved, I can hold my breath forever, majesty of colors, covetous (austin breed on ng is good in general) air pressure, immorTALL, etc. but sorry for bothering you!!
oh i liked all those games you have excellent taste and id probably have done something on them at one point
and you writing and submitting about some would be really great because im lazy
no bother at all
A sort of short interactive game/comic. The first game of a series of games to be made, collectively known as The Game. Heh.
Interesting storyline, can’t wait to see more! Play The Game by clicking on the picture above.
The year is: THE FUTURE. All humans have perished to some disease. In this future the robots are cool guys and instead of enslaving us, they make it their mission to keep the last man alive as long as they can. The only solution being a nanobot with lasers to shoot at germs.
Protect the last remaining human’s heart as long as you can against an army of deadly bacteria. Mankind’s fate rests in your hand, doctor.
The Visit is a platformer about a man and the terrible mistakes he makes. It’s a pretty standard game about running and jumping on things. And while it’s relatively short, there’s over 4 different endings, guaranteeing replayability. Plus, you get to play as a guy with a sweet mustache.
Try not to kill anyone.
The Room: The Game is brought to you by the same guys who did The Hunger Games - The Game. Except this one is so good that I couldn’t even decide on one screenshot to post. The creators describe it as a “love letter to the greatest movie ever made.”
Play through your favorite moments from the movie as Johnny. Pal up with your BFF Mark to fight drug dealers and play football with. Learn startling secrets like; where does Danny go when not stalking Lisa? Why does that one dude with glasses never show up again his one scene? And is Johnny even human? All will be revealed in this epic tale of lost love and breast cancer.
GunBlood is the greatest western gun duel flash game of all time. It’s also the goriest. Blow some faces up with your revolver, shoot them in the legs, chest arms, go wild! With this many places to land a shot, you will not be bored. Unless of course you don’t like shooting games, loser.
What the game lacks in graphics, storyline and lengthy campaign, it makes up for in mindlessly fun gameplay. And there’s nothing more fun than winning a gunfight by randomly firing your weapon after your character’s eyes have been shot off.
OH BOY, ANOTHER ART GAME.
One Chance is just like real life. That is, if you were a smart scientist who singlehandedly caused the apocalypse. No, the point is you only get one chance. One life. No retries. No do-overs. Like real life (except in this you can always reset your browser’s cache, which you can’t do in real life, seriously, I’ve tried).
Despite being a bit slow-paced, as your character only travels at the grueling speed of two centimetres a second, and the whole 2DEEP4YOU attitude of games like this. It’s a pretty solid game with sweet graphics and multiple endings.
And hey, little, pixel Barack Obama’s in it. You’ll play it solely because of that, right?
Newly wed to Shunsuke, eldest son of the historied Tsubakikoji family, Reiko suffers the loss of her husband the very next day. Under the cruel and unceasing mockery of the aristocrats, Reiko’s common-born blood sets to boil. Clutching the rose Shunsuke gave her to her bosom, Reiko issues a defiant challenge to the house. “I am the widow of the eldest son of the Tsubakikoji family. This house is mine!” …This is the elegant art of feminine conflict.
This is definitely a Japanese game.