Top 20 Flying Interactive Games
You know the feeling, you just got home from another grueling day at the office, or you're stuck at the airport for yet another layover, or maybe you just got dumped again! You just want to relax and enjoy yourself for a change.
What you need is some serious deep dungeon delving. But you don't have time for memorizing complex skill trees, crafting charts, or upgrade scales. That's not to mention sitting through ceaseless cut scenes, endless dialogue trees, or boring tutorials.
No worries! Instant Dungeon has got you covered! Just choose from one of the nine unique flavors, press go, and presto! Instant dungeon will instantly create a new dungeon just for you! Complete with glittering treasures, vicious monsters, brutal boss battles, wild power ups and most importantly fun, Fun, FUN!
Instant Dungeon! mixes dungeon exploration with arcade action in the vein of the classic maze games from the 80s (eg. Pacman, et. al.).
80 / 10004.0
Into The Gloom is a first person puzzle solving horror game based on retro style graphics.
It features only the black, white and red colors. Explore 9 suspenseful levels to find the items and solve the puzzles. You will encounter terrifying events along your path, and must escape from "The Shadow".
This is an atmospheric horror game; creepiness is not only about monsters but the environment, rich enveloping sounds and occasional jump scares. This game also features real dynamic puzzles, not limited to pickup and use items. Headphones are strongly recommended for best experience.
Prepare for the horror, and to run for your life in this pixel style horror adventure featuring two possible endings!
80 / 10004.0
There is a Fox in the ballroom!
Or so the whispers from the other ballroom dancers suggest. Can the Flock trap the Fox before it is too late? Or will the Fox systematically eat all the other dancers before they even realize he is in their midst?
Based on the puzzle game Fox & Geese, Fox & Flock is a dark, modernized version of Queen Victoria's favorite classic!
Storyline, local multiplayer, and single player modes supported.