Desktop Dungeons is a cool puzzle, RPG game that will definitely keep you coming back for more. The game features simple and basic gameplay that can last for about 10-15 minutes at a time. However, there are rogue-like elements and surprises that help keep players keep coming back for more.
This awesome dungeon crawler lets you to explore different dungeons. Each level is randomly generated so it keeps everything quite interesting. The gameplay is simple but don't be fooled, it's a tough game to master. Surprisingly, it's this juxtaposition of basic and complex that makes the game addictive and engaging. It''s even garnered a fanbase and various forums have sprouted in discussing the various parts of the game like exchanging spells, tactics etc. A game worth checking out.
Described as an "co-op action roguelike" game, Shoot First, is a mix of Roguelike elements, retro graphics and RPG systems. As weird as this combination may sound, it's actually works great. Of course, instead of the typical sword and shield in RPG systems, you will be packing an automatic instead.
Developed by Teknopants, the game allows you to play single or cooperative missions. Go on two player mode and fight off monsters, quests, score some loot and save a couple of trapped people in the process. This game certainly knows how to fuse weird elements together and make it work.
If you play the game, expect a lot of dungeon crawling and monster killing goodness coming your way.
If you're up for some hardcore gaming (and hooked on Walking Dead right now), then check out Rogue Survivor. With plenty of things to explore, this roguelike sandbox game will definitely fizzle your brains and give you a good challenge.
In Rogue Survivor you get no special skills or powers. You simply play average Joe trying to fend off and survive a zombie infestation. For every day you successfully fight off these brain eating creatures, you gain more skills and you level up. Basically, your main goal is to stay alive for as long as possible. Of course, you can always fork over to the other side by becoming a zombie and see just how many humans you can eat. Fun game that's well worth several hours of your day.
Combine old school graphics and some basic shooter gameplay and you get a retro looking shooter game in the form of Robotz DX. True to most retro shooter games, this one is incredibly difficult to master. All 30 levels will give you a good run for your money as you go through each stage.
Initially based on an Atari game, Robotz; this game is new and improved yet retains the old school touch quite awesomely. Remade by Josh Monkman, the game beautifully captures the feel and gameplay of the original. Retaining some of the essential elements while adding a more updated look to capture the hearts of modern gamers. It's no joke that the game is difficult to beat so gather up patience and a lot of free time before diving in.