20 Games Like Orbital Decay(TBA)
Players move their tanks through a maze on screen, avoiding mines and shooting each other. The tanks are controlled by two joysticks in a dual configuration. Pushing both joysticks will move the player's tank forward, and pulling them both back causes the tank to stop. Moving the right joystick forward while pulling the left joystick back will cause the tank to turn right, while reversing the motion will cause the tank to turn left. The players are represented by one black and one white tank sprite, and mines are denoted by an "X". Points are scored by shooting the opponent or when a player runs over a mine; the player with the highest score at the end of the time limit wins the game.
Tank was also one of very few games to be ported onto 1st generation consoles, usually under the title "Tank Battle".
Players must collect ampersats while evading enemies - including the titular banana-like creatures.
"Open Sorcery" is a game about technology, magic and becoming a person.
It is text-based. It follows the development of BEL/S [Version 5.6].
BEL/S is an Elemental Firewall: a creature of intertwined magic and code.
There are 90,000 words of text, five animated sequences, eighteen achievements to pursue, and eight possible endings.
Frog Fractions is a 2012 browser game developed by Twinbeard Studios, a company composed primarily of founder Jim Crawford. The game, released on October 25, 2012, has been described as a spoof of the edutainment game genre. In the game, the player begins by controlling a frog to eat bugs and defend fruit. Later on, the player may spend points on upgrades to improve their frog's abilities. The game does not actually teach the player about fractions; the player's score is given in fractions, but no knowledge of them is necessary to play.