20 Games Like Apokalypsis()
Impossiball is a love letter to one of the original video games: Pong! We have taken the simple bat-and-ball idea and given it a 21st century makeover. There are three game modes:
1. Impossiball - 500 balls instead of 1! Power-ups change the gameplay and you can rotate your shp for fine control over how each ball bounces.
2. Dodgeball - Your aim is to avoid the balls but they are getting bigger and faster. You score points when your opponent hits a ball.
3. Loneball - The classic Pong mode BUT with an 80's retro vibe including neon lighting and a chiptune soundtrack!
You can play against the AI or, for the most fun, challenge a friend and let the shouting commence!
The game was created in Unity and is currently in Early Access on Steam.
What if dancing could save the world? In Dance Magic, it can.
What if scientists invented a brand new form of biological energy able to convert dancing moves to real power? Then the fate of the whole human race would depend on the most skilled dancer’s will.
Do not let this energy be used for destruction!
Alone is a Psychological horror game that changes around you as you play.
When Sam receives a letter from his sister Michelle, asking for help, he ventures back to the hostel where he grew up. Little did he know, what he was about to encounter.
Can you track down your missing sister, and discover the strange occurrences happening at the home where he grew up?
50 / 10002.5
It’s a challenging 2D arcade game where you are a master of time. Set it to past, present or future to control various mechanisms, and make sure that a mechanical bird will safely reach the end of the level. Prepare to die a lot – you will be sliced, squashed and crushed.
50 / 10002.5
A hilarious, unbelievably difficult, rage inducing platformer indie game developed by Barkalar Games. After being created by Professor Nasty, Pip Pip must complete the ultimate test of life which involves besting 70+ levels full of stupidly unfair obstacles and traps.
This 3D action game is based on the computer animated cartoon ReBoot. It's an over-the-shoulder perspective shooter comprised of 19 complex levels filled with diverse enemies. The story in the game is conveyed through the linear video: an original episode of ReBoot created just for the game and positioned as episode 0 of the TV series (i.e. a prequel).
Captain Kaon is a love letter to classics such as Thrust and Gravitar. It’s a twin-stick gravity shooter with a retro style. Pilot a gunship across the solar system, battling the evil machinations of Doctor Quantex!
The Earth Interstellar Navy is in the far off Regulus Sector, at war with an alien race called the Drullz. Only the Home Defence Fleet is left to protect the Earth, but it is a sorry collection of out of date, broken down, ships. When Doctor Quantex strikes, these antiques are all that stand between him and total dominion over the solar system.
Fresh out of the academy and assigned to the decrepit Argus, flagship of the Home Defence Fleet, Captain Talia ‘Kaon’ will do everything she can to prove her mettle. Driven by a desire to protect others after losing her family to a Drullz attack, she is desperate to join the war in Regulus. Now she has a different threat to face as the forces of Doctor Quantex ravage the solar system.