20 Games Like Featherpunk Prime()
In the distant future, there are rumors of a mysterious cyborg running an abandoned hidden research facility on a planet far from the center of human civilizations.His mysterious origin attracts the Star System Governments to investigate the truth of this cyborg called The Admin and reclaim the facility with all its researches inside. But little is known to the Governments, because we, humans, are not the only beings interested in this mysterious cyborg.
Play as The Admin, a cyborg wielding gun and sword in defending the research facility from humans who try to reclaim it and from other beings try to destroy him. Forge sharper swords to slice all who endangers the mission, craft deadlier guns to put a hole in the body of invaders, and evolve to be better at surviving....
Can anyone rise to the challenge to save the people of Hilltown from the cruel Baron of Castle Madness in this action dungeon crawling RPG?
The Dungeons of Castle madness is a PC game that blends both first person exploration and top down fast paced combats together, creating a new type of Action Dungeon Crawler RPG.
Play as a Warrior, Wizard, Blacksmith, Storm Priest or Werewolf and liberate the poor people of Hiltown from the iron grip of a tyrannical despot. Baron of Castle Madness believes himself to be untouchable behind his towering walls, but a one man (or woman) army is going to have to find a way into the Castle and storm it!
Spell Casting is a line drawing puzzle game in which you are a young wizard learning spells in the comfort of your home thanks to Wizardly Distance Education offered by the prestigious Magical Education Of Wizards School!
Practice casting spells by tracing out the patterns in the spell books using your mouse (or finger if using a touchscreen laptop / tablet). Earn a 3 star rating in each practice spell to unlock the exam for that book.
You'll need to remember the previously learned spell shapes to pass the exam and unlock new spell books!
Spell Casting supports accessibility by supporting touch screen tablet devices and also allows you to hold down the Space Bar when drawing instead of clicking the mouse.
VRNinja is a fast-paced virtual reality game that challenges players to dodge their way past flurries of deadly weapons as they train to become the ultimate ninja master. Set in the scenic landscapes and locales of Japan, VRNinja transports players into a fully immersive virtual world where quick reflexes and razor-sharp focus are paramount to survival. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, VRNinja makes full use of the latest in VR technology, integrating 3D positional audio and head-tracking to craft a gameplay experience welcoming to newcomers and experienced VR gamers alike.
Mustache in Hell is a retro style comic game with sharp dificulty and high doses of fun that alternates between pure action moments of epic adrenaline battles against surprising creatures and bosses,moments of exploitation in search of hidden items, little quests and puzzles solving.
John Mustache, a tough-officer that after some disquieting dreams finds himself awake in a strange place and needs to make an unexpected deal with the Grim Reaper to regain control of his life. The deal consists in retrieving cubes of power that, due to some particular reason, are in the underworld and are kept by mithological creatures as demons, golens, gorgons, giant spiders, sea monsters and other.
In order to defeat those creatures John counts on his earthly ammunition as pistols, shotguns, SMG, flamethrowers, granades and others beyond his combat skills.
- The perfect encounter between art retro pixel with an intimidating atmosphere in pure action battles
- 60 constant fps guaranteeing clashes with high adrenaline doses
- Exploitable environment for discovering secret items
- Mini-puzzles to advance in some scenarios
- Small quests to access local and items unavailable
- Support to Xbox control or keyboard
- Insane combat against bosses
- Constant and challenging difficulty
A subterranean puzzle-adventure game inspired by 90's era. There’s no handholding, no in-game menus, no messages from the devs, no tutorial. Some call it a marvel; some call it a good test for Steam's refund system. Certainly it’s not an easy game. Do you dare to puzzle? Just play savvy.