Stargunner is a horizontal shooter released in 1996 by Apogee Software (now 3D Realms).
There are two storylines - one from manual and one from official site - but they dont differ much, except galaxy and race names. As usual in this type of games your planet has been attacked by enemy fleet and you must destroy it, together with final boss.
Stargunner features over 30 levels, many bonuses, powerups and a store where you can upgrade your ship.
Scythe : It's very hard, but it's a commercial game gone freeware. Other than difficulty, Stargunner has a lot of excellent options, from multiple, multiple weapons to a ton of secret content. I just wish it wasn't so hard, but it is. Play with DosBox.
Scythe : While I have the game working perfectly, it's so hard it makes me want to throw something heavy through a window. One life = 4,000 credits. I lose 4 in one mission and make about 2,000 credits. Yay.
Chroelle : Well I cant quite remember, but it is a new dual core bought in January, so you can imagine that it is fast - as in kick-*ss fast.
eMTe : Just be aware that tweaking speed may completely ruin the sound. To the point of unplayability.
Voyage Puzzle is a ball-matching puzzle game.
The goal in each level is to remove all tiles from the board within the given time period. To break the tile you need to create the chain of three or more identical balls which will adjoin it. Later levels introduce more complex boards where it's more difficult to match balls and tiles which are harder to destroy - they either need more chains to break them or are locked. To break the locked tile you... (read more)