SO TO FILL SPACE FOR MY 100th GAME, I'M MAKING A MINISERIES
This game is inspired primarily by ZiGGURAT, Outpost Nexus and SpaceInvader! The news ticker is inspired by Super Mario Sunshine. The tractors are inspired by Team Fortress 2. The environment is loosely inspired by Return of the Invaders.
Defend the lone frontier town, Crater Bulb, from these brightly coloured invading ships! Bounce shots off the floor of the crater to attack airborne and ground foes alike. Charge up to fire one of three different shots, each with unique abilities and purposes. Beware: if even one enemy trooper reaches the city, they will immediately surrender! Undoubtedly, heroic sacrifice isn't the Crater Bulb citizen's top priority.
Standard spaceship controls, up to accelerate, down to decelerate, left to maneuver left, right to... I forget what right does. spaceship is from a free sprite bundle with the music, bg i made, others online. Can you make it to Antares before the heat death of the universe?
For those of you who found the original editions of Where's Waldo just a little too easy, here's an advanced version. Waldo gets the power of invisibility in this one; perfect for that annoying kid down the street or all-seeing wizards.
Hopefully it won't be the case that you got served.
By the way this has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the Vectrex; I just like dumb jokes.
Arrows left/right, shift to jump (default Construct 2 controls)
You're a vampire in the future, being subjected to a cross between exile... and execution. Keep out of the sunlight of this micro-moon, and watch out for those poor saps who get frazzled!
This is the sad tale of how the Dermonts, after twenty plus years of fruitful life and contributions to society, were torn apart after a vicious struggle with the undead.
The four family members huddle together, aiming outward. Use the keyboard to control them. They can't change their facing direction, so losing one family member is quite costly.
A lonely planet wants a moon.
Click and drag it to use its gravity to lure deadly asteroids into its orbit. The longer you can keep the planet happy by surrounding it with deadly asteroids, the more points you receive.
This is the sad tale of the last hours of the Wilframs.
In this game you control all four of them at once. They cannot move from their positions, but unlike other families they can aim in every direction. Use the mouse to direct where they should shoot.
It's not well-known, but Anna Anthropy's When Pigs Fly took a lot of effort to create. For one thing, the act of getting pigs to fly is one of the hardest problems known to science. A number of attempts to make the pig character airborne were tested during development - some more successful than others. This is one of those tests.