Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory!

Attention all FPS lovers. Its time to pick-up your weapons, choose your allies, and gear up for war. We are talking about the iconic FPS, Return To Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. Developed by Activision, the same developer who has churned out impressive titles such as Driver, Driver 3, Call Of Duty series, Crash Bandicoot series, just to name a few. Enemy Territory was supposed to be an expansion pack to the RTCW game series, but a problem owing to the single-player aspect led to Enemy Territory being released as a free and open-source standalone game on 29th May, 2003.


Wormholes is an iOS game that will keep many brain-freak gamer hooked onto their iOS device for hours. What really appeals to many game fans about Wormholes is the uncanny resemble it shares with Valve's (maker of Half-Life and Half-Life 2) Portal. The game is said to be developed by a fan and has nothing to do with the original Valve Portal, but due to its very close resemblance to the Valve Portal PC and console version, Valve has directed the developer of Wormholes to offer the app for Free. The game has numerous 3D puzzles to be solved in the underground chambers. Your weapon for survival and mayhem is the A978 Wormhole GUN, that helps you to create wormholes within your environment and cross levels. What adds up to the entire gameplay is the need of logical use of cubes and buttons around the various parts of the levels that enable you to open doors and helping in bringing you to the finish point.

Life Flashes By

Ever wonder what life be like if you had made different decisions than you had before? Life Flashes By gives you a glimpse of what could've been in the life of Charlotte. It's a graphic adventure novel/game created by Deirdra Kiai. This is the first for the developer and he describes it as a game that tackles "success and failure in following one’s dreams, about finding love and losing it, and about feeling isolated and out of step with the rest of the world." The game takes you on a journey through the life of the middle aged protagonist as she takes another look at her life decisions. Even though the game features an odd premise and unlikely hero, it is quite interesting to play. So if you are looking for something new and a little out of the norm, then give this game a go.


Winner of the YoYo Games Winter Competition, Frozzd, is a cute little 2D platformer that certainly has its charm. The game itself is similar to Super Mario Galaxy, so if you are a fan of that then you might enjoy this one. Some even say that this one packs more fun than the one with the mustachioed plumber. The game was created by Jesse Venbrux, mastermind of such celebrated freeware games like the Karoshi Series. Hence, you can be sure to expect plenty of fun and good times ahead. Frozzd was done entirely on Gamemaker 7 and contains a typical storyline with some very cool, unique elements. Give the game a download from Jesse Venbrux's official page or right here on Frostclick. You won't regret it.

Planet M.U.L.E.

Planet M.U.L.E actually has had a long history. The original game was released back in the 1980s for the Atari 800 console. At that time, this was one of the few machines that allowed multi-player functions; featuring four ports. Today, the game has been remade with improved graphics as well as gameplay. Nevertheless, it stays true to the classics and ensures plenty of fun times ahead. The best part is that the game is offered absolutely free and works great on a Linux, Mac or Windows system. In the game, you play the role of a space traveler that's colonizing a planet. You'll need to use the planet's resources to make money and set up your colony. Certainly, a neat little game to try out.

Manos: The Hands of Fate

If you thought you've heard the title somewhere before, well, you probably have. Manos: The Hands of Fate is actually a game based on a horror film of the same title. The original movie was written, produced and directed by Harold Warren. Now, the movie didn't actually set well with most of the public. In fact, according to Wikipedia, it's considered to be one of the worst films ever. So, how does a game based on a "horrible" movie fare? Surprisingly, it's not that bad. Of course, I do have my reservations on fully recommending the game. After all, it's hard to distance yourself if you are remaking a game based on a film that's generally held as "awful" by a huge portion of the public. Nevertheless, it's quite decent and interesting to play at best. Give it a try.

Blood of the Chameleon

Initially developed back in 1999, Blood of the Chameleon is a text based game worth checking out. It was created by Thomas Lipschultz and described as "a uniquely historical" role playing game. The game does feel a bit "ancient" compared to newer and fresher games but this doesn't mean that it's not worth playing. Your main objective when playing is to kill the evil "Chameleon." However, in order to do so, you need to find and destroy four tears that can only be found by exploring the lands. Everything in this game feels like a classic. You even have to control the game via the number keypad. Go ahead and give this a try.

Desktop Dungeons

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.

GunGirl 2

GunGirl 2 is a Side-Scroller, Action/Adventure Game, created by Paul Schneider. After choosing to become a gun girl or a gun dude (depending on which gender you prefer), a player is then released into a zombie infested world. To put it simply, the aim of this game is to make it through each of its levels, killing zombies-while also evading their touch. Eventually, a player will find the demon responsible for creating the zombie-apocalypse and defeat it. This game also adds the ability to gain power ups and these can be used to upgrade personal attributes. Furthermore, it is important to mention that there is a lot of gore involved in the graphics of this game. This is definitely a selling point for blood-thirsty gamers who love to see the consequences of their attacks, although, I would not recommend this game to anyone below the age of 15.