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Vlambeer's SUPER CRATE BOX is coming to bring back the glory of the golden arcade age, when all that really mattered was getting on that high score list. Grab your baseball cap and loosen your pants, it's time to fight endless hordes of enemies and collect every weapon crate you can. Prepare for an arcade delight with tight controls, refreshing game mechanics, cracking retro art and a terribly hip chiptune soundtrack.
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Garry's Mod is a physics sandbox. Unlike regular games there aren't any predefined aims or goals. We give you the tools and leave you to play.
You spawn objects and weld them together to create your own contraptions - whether that's a car, a rocket, a catapult or something that doesn't have a name yet - that's up to you.
If you're not too great at construction - don't worry! You can place a variety of characters in silly positions. Garry's Mod also has integrated Steam Workshop mods, allowing for infinite creativity, diverse and exciting gamemodes and various playstyles.
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Robocraft is a sandbox building and vehicular combat game where players get to create their own robots/vehicles and use them to fight others. The wide variety of components allows for many types of creations, including ground vehicles, planes and hover-tanks.
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Turn your entire digital life into a game. AArcade is a 3D desktop that launches shortcuts to absolutely anything you like. Join the anarchy of the persistent online metaverse, or remain in your own private reality. Casual in-game building features, plus hundreds of thousands of addons.
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Team up with dozens of players and battle through the Realm of the Mad God, Oryx. With a retro 8-bit style, Realm is an evolution of traditional MMO gameplay. A dozen classes and hundreds of items to discover means Realm is easy to play but difficult to master. Players can jump into Realm for 5 minutes or stay online for hours because there is nothing to install or download.
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Five prototype toy figures, carriers of the revolutionary Micro Battery, have special instructions from their maker to activate others of their kind. But with limited battery resources, they are forced to fight each other for power. Meanwhile, mechanical tracker monsters pose an even greater threat to a Micro World full of broken toys looking for a second chance. The toys are small, but their war is big.
Fast! you must find some resources to survive! explore the towns, kill some zombies, "steal" cars, food, weapons and gear, collect wood, make your own base, build your farm and keep an eye open! Because zombies aren't the biggest problem here, there's some snipers waiting for you in this perfect combination of The forest, Minecraft and DayZ! Find your weapons! Because THEY ARE COMING!
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This exploration game has 3 main characters:
a business man, an old man and a child.
They find themselves on a road which is apparently the same, but changes upon their perception of reality. The core of the gameplay is to explore in order to see how different is each point of view. The player will switch from one character to another trying to correctly and fully interact with all the environment. Missing an interaction or trying to interact with the wrong elements will determine "loss" in the game, causing the game to restart from the beginning.
Written in 48 hours for Global Game Jam 14 by: Fabio Ferrara, Nicolò Azzolini, Davide Caio, Antonio Carcagnì, Mathieu Renaudat, Luigi di Guida, Davide Pensato
Totemori is play-for-free arena game enjoyable both in multiplayer and single player modes. Your task is to build the tallest possible towers from the building blocks airdropping onto the playing field, and concurrently break your foes’ attempts of doing the same. Toss them off the map, or if things really go south blow up everything and level the playing field. Literally.
The game supports up to 4 badass players: play individually, form teams, or hone your skills going against the CPU. The experience is best with controllers, but keyboarders won’t suffer either.
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Tragedy! Santa; the toy giving folk-hero, and purveyor of fine Christmas goods, has had enough. Endless requests from greedy children wanting more and more every year, tax increases, pressure from elf unions, bills, reindeer!
It is your duty, as an employee of Polar Sanitation Inc, to clean up the grizzly aftermath of Santa's bloody rampage. Elves, reindeer and ruined masonry from Santa's brief breakdown are all strewn across his famous workshop.
So don your cap, grab your mop, and get this place sorted out so the company can get a replacement in here ASAP, and restore Christmas for another generation!Key Features
Janitorial Simulation - Step into the boots of a space-station (or in this case, North pole) sanitation technician and experience the highs and lows of the job.
Santa's Workshop - Explore Santa's infamous workshop and discover the story that lead up to the tragic events you're here to clean up.
Clean - It's your job to clean up the mess, so clean it up you shall! Use your trusty mop, gloves, dispenser machines and sniffer tool to help you get all that blood out of the floor! You can even try and punch-out if you think you've done your job.
Sandbox Gameplay - Don't want to clean? Just want to make more of a mess and play around with the physics? Go ahead!
Multiplayer - You can even enlist some friends/coworkers to come and help you clean up (or make even more mess). Split-screen co-op is available too!
Note for Viscera Cleanup Detail purchasers: A Steam key for 'Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa's Rampage' is provided for FREE to anyone who purchases (or had already pre-ordered) 'Viscera Cleanup Detail', either on the Steam Store or via the Humble Widget on our site.
Also note that Santa's Rampage comes included with the main game download of Viscera Cleanup Detail