Sometime in the future the earth has been invaded by an evil space creature called Master Brain who now rules over the post-apocalyptic world. It's up to you to defeat him and his followers and rescue human race...
"8bit killer" is a first person shooter with the look and feeling of an 8bit NES game. 32x32 pixel textures, 64 color palette and 1bit sounds create a perfect retro atmosphere and make this game a special experience that can compete with modern FPS games.
Six different weapons, lots of enemies and interesting boss monsters and a clear level design (with several secret rooms) leave nothing to be desired.
Just one warning: "8bit killer" doesn't have a save function, so you should better bring some time with you if you start playing.
Chroelle : I loved the game for its simplicity. A FPS with the great feeling that you can just sit down and have a go for a while and then out it down.
Oh and to add to eMTe's description, then you can also use the mouse to turn, and space lets you see which weapons you can choose. Choose them with the mouse but choose wisely as the weapons get more and more powerful but also use up a lot more ammo per shot, so you risk running out of ammo if you choose the heaviest gun all the time.
Pater Alf : For some strange reasons this game is more fun to play than most modern FPS games. Might be because of its simplicity and the fact that you don't have to remember dozens of different command keys or maybe because of the great level design. I'm not sure about it...
But I enjoy playing and to be honest you don't need a save function. There are lots of medpacks and you have three credits to go on with the game once you died, so it should be possible to beat the game in a single run (of course you should bring enough time if you try).
eMTe : Use WASD for strafe (arrow keys turn you around). If you search for save option you can stop - there's no save option. $#%^&*@!
eMTe : Straightforward first person shooter with 20-year old graphics and gameplay similar to early ID titles. Can be good.
"Façade" is an interactive stageplay. You take the role of a friend of a married couple who is invited to their appartment to have some cocktails and a dinner with them. But very soon it becomes clear that their relationship is somewhere near a breakdown and it's your task to find out what's going on and to help them (or to destroy their relationship if you like that better).
Here's what the developers wrote about the game:
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