Aug
4th

Spare a thought for the Little Guy

Spare a Thought for the Litte Guy is a retro-styled platformer based on a silly premise: a freshly unemployed man accepting a new job, recovering souls from the circles of Hell! Only the main character is not monochromatic, and all sprites are superbly animated, with a lot of hilarious possible deaths for the player. Since it emulates the control scheme typical of several ZX Spectrum games, it may be annoying to some. This game was in the retro-remakes 2008 competition.

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Sep
17th

Iron Cross Beta

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Iron Cross is a real-time multiplayer strategy wargame set in North African theatre during Second World War. It combines strategy with operational level of war. Player chooses Axis or Allied side and is given command over armies, corps, divisions, battalions, airforce, engineering and logistics. Players can choose from historical and fictional campaigns, operations and battles.

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Apr
4th

Gamers Heart Japan

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Victor Lucas of Electric Playground gathers together some of the top talent in the gaming and game media industry to discuss their love for Japan and Japanese developed games, and to ask for your support.

To Donate Money to the Red Cross for operation in Japan go here:

Gamers Heart Japan

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Jan
30th

CrossFire Open Beta starts

Just letting you know, that if you need another free fps the open beta for Crossfire is about to start…

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Nov
11th

CrossFire (mmo-fps)

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Cross Fire is a match based military online first-person shooter game that features four (4) competitive modes of play and support for 16 multiplayers across 15+ unique maps.

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