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Bio F.R.E.A.K.S.1998Arcade action
Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. is a little known, competent PC version of Midway's Playstation and N64 game of the same name. Although the game is far from classics like the Tekken series, it is still much better than the horrible War Gods, Midway's previous fighting game. Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. boasts innovative character design and exciting 3D environments, although the controls still feel "sticky" and the fighting system sub-par. The game even has an interesting backstory (although still cheesy): in the far future, America has fallen and the fifty states have broken up into different territories. Huge corporations have started to take over the...
Demon Blue1992Arcade action
In the game you are a small shaggy blue demon found himself in the dungeon full of fallen angels, gargoyles, wasps, etc. Walking through them you lose your energy, which is your life. So you have to run and jump avoiding them, collecting gems, blood drops, energy vials, and some sort of your friend-demons such as eyes and tongues. On each level you have to find the keys to open door to magical cauldron guarded by beautiful elf. Levels are decorated with statues of beautiful women, old men, dragons, swords, or eye walls. ...
Midnight Club 22003Simulation
It's been a while since I've enjoyed a PC racing game as much as Midnight Club II. It's arcade action all the way, with a challenging campaign of midnight street races and a multiplayer component that's hard to put down. Having played a bit of the PS2 and Xbox versions released earlier this year, I was happy to see that PC version looks every bit as good as its console cousins, making Midnight Club II the best arcade racer to hit the PC in years. If high-speed, death-defying, turbo-boosted jumps and split-second finishes sound like your kind of thing, then...
Double Dragon II: The Revenge1989Arcade action
In this sequel you up against more enemies and stuff. It's good that you still can sweep the with a whip or baseball bet. This games varies not a bunch with the first one actually. It's nice there is still a two player mode. The first one I really enjoyed together with my brother. ...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles1989Arcade action
It was only a matter of time before the famous comic heroes would finally show up in a video game. The cartoon series gained worldwide fame in the late 1980's, leading to the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game by Konami, released for NES consoles. The game was unique and it soon spawned a series, as Konami quickly began to produce more games for arcade machines and the NES that featured the green karate-chopping mutants. They also hastily ported those games to many home computers, creating conversions that were usually worse than the originals. The DOS conversion of Teenage...
Little Big Adventure1994Adventure
This game has some popularity because of the excellent graphics that are used. Nice 3D polygon style surroundings, with shadows and stuff. You play Twinsen a fellow who is on a journey to save his planet from the evil dr. Funfrock. Some fool who controls the planet with clones and using teleport machines. Nice thing about the game is that you can set you character Twinsen in 4 'action' modes. ...
Decisive Battles of American Civil War Vol. 11990Strategy
Decisive Battles in American Civil War games were an early attempt by SSG to offer an accurate portral of the war that became a hit many years later with Sid Meier's Gettysburg. Even if Decisive Battles games don't have 3D graphics and lacks almost all sounds, they are are still solid wargames that try to reconstruct the most important battles of the American Civil War. The engine underlying these games is basically the same (Decisive Battles 3 just has better graphics): SSG's celebrated "Battlefront" system. It is quite peculiar because you can select to move every single unit or to move...
In Rollerblade Racer your goal is to enter (and hopefully win!) the super rollerblade challenge. In order to enter the race, you will first need to qualify by earning 5,000 points and completing several obstacle courses. As you rollerblade through the suburbs, city streets, beaches, and parks you can earn points by performing a variety of tricks and jumps. Additional points are earned by completing the course under the time limit. There are also several bonus rounds where you need to navigate through (or jump over) obstacles such as barrels or cones. In order to place in the super rollerblade...
Battle Engine Aquila2003Arcade action
Battle Engine Aquila is a quasi-futuristic mission-based shooter that puts you at the controls of a giant spider thing that can also transform into a jet, but only for short periods of time. The reason being, you have a limited amount of energy to fly and keep your shields working. That sounds like terrible design to me. Of course this limited energy refills when you're on the ground and not getting shot by 600 enemies, but hey, who's keeping track of how all this futuristic stuff works? Not me. I'm busy chugging scotch and trying to beat myself in a...
Tommy's Starball1986Arcade action
Tommy's Starball is a single player shooting game with a difference. The player takes the role of a death star. Their star automatically fires anti particles up / down, left / right. whenever these particles hit another star in the star field that star is destroyed and points are gained. The player can move their star using the numeric keypad. If the player elects to move, say, upwards then if there is another star directly above then the star the player controls becomes that other star. If there is no star directly above then the star the player controls moves upwards one...
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Let’s face it, we’ve all had to deal with the horror of dodgy internet or the pain of patchy WiFi at one time or another and the acute boredom that follows.
But losing your online connection doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop. Which is why we recently challenged artists and game creators from across the cosmos, to design the most awesome UFO themed in-browser offline game for Opera GX (the only browser designed specifically for gamers).
Our quest is finally over, and we are thrilled to be able to introduce Operius – the first in-browser offline game to feature in Opera GX. Now, whenever you are faced with the dreaded “No Internet Page” when GX cannot connect to the internet, Operius will be there to entertain you!
Designed by talented indie creator, Mors, Operius is set in a dark future when all of the world’s computers have simultaneously lost their connection to the internet. Suspicion quickly turns to a large unidentified flying object first sighted around the time of the outage. The only way to save the planet’s internet is to fly into the UFO and destroy it from the inside. But first, players must blast and dodge their way through hordes of alien invaders, as they progress sector by sector in their quest for glory.
While certain offline dinosaur games seem prehistoric and surfing games feel washed, Operius features razor-sharp, retro-inspired vector graphics which pay homage to the great space-based arcade shooters of the eighties. While the pulsating high-adrenaline soundtrack, written by Catonator, means there’s no doubt that Operius is a game designed for gamers (and not for people doing their online grocery shopping or internet banking). Being offline doesn’t mean you can’t play together: just share your keyboard with a friend and enter the two player mode. Sorry dinos – you and your single player mode have just become extinct!
Operius – the people’s choice
When we launched the Opera GX Game Jam with GameMaker Studio 2 back in the summer, we were amazed to receive over 900 entries from indie game creators eager to entertain those inflicted by the boredom of unexpected internet outages.
Once our expert jury had agreed on the best entries, the top eight games were put forward to the public vote, with Operius emerging victorious with a huge share of the votes.
The two runners-up were OH NO! Aliens Stole my WiFi by EE Wick in 2nd place and Nettie and Settie Save the Internet by Joyhop in 3rd place. In a few weeks, they will become available on GXC,Opera’s upcoming self-publishing platform that will allow indie game makers to publish their GameMaker Studio creations directly to the platform and for free – for other users to enjoy and give instant feedback
And what happens after the internet returns? You’ll probably still want to give Operius another go. You can put your skills to the test and train for your next internet outage by typing opera://operius in Opera GX’s address bar.
P.S. Trouble finding Operius in your Opera GX? Make sure you’ve got it updated to the newest version. There are 3 ways to do it:
1: Go to opera:about in the GX address bar
2: From the menu, click Help, then About Opera
3: From the menu, click Update & Recovery