Arcade games usually allow for more elegant controls than the usual realm of game controls of their time.
Vindicators is absolutely no exception to that.
Tagged: 1988, co-operative play, coin-op machine, Midway, sci-fi, Sci-Fi Month, Tengen, top-down driver, top-down shooter | No repliesContinue reading →
Hmm, no-one got the clues from yesterday, seems they were perhaps a little too vague.
Robots, lots of robots, with your robot being 001. And if you're going around taking over other robots, it can only be Paradroid!
Tagged: 1001 Games, 1990, freeware, Graftgold, Hewson Consultants, Retro Month, sci-fi, square tile map, top-down shooter | No repliesContinue reading →
Welcome to our next instalment of our journey through computer gaming goodness. Today, we're taking a look at 'S', and we're looking at the most bizarrely named "Space Pirates and Zombies".
Yes, that's right. Pirates and zombies IN SPACE. What's not to like already?
Tagged: 2011, demo available, Desura, indie, MinMax Games, New Beginnings Month, OS X, role-playing game (RPG), sci-fi, space shooter, Steam, top-down shooter, Windows, zombies | 2 repliesContinue reading →
Welcome to Day 10 of our epic odyssey through gaming, and today we're taking a look at an especially quirky-looking top-down shooter called Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony, by Final Form Games.
Before we begin...
I've seen some interesting and quirky back-stories to games over the years. And certainly by the turn of the 1990s, the back-stories got excessively weird. This game is certainly harking back to that.
Developers (Y-Z, #)