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Chase H.Q. all games in one place

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When it comes to car racing games, most of them are traditional RAC type: you drive a car to overtake your opponents or get to the destination within the given time. In this fixed mode of gameplay, no matter how good the system is, how smooth the controls are, how many vehicles are made and how cool they are, players will soon get bored with this cookie-cutter game mechanics.

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Orcs Must Die! all games in one place

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The founder of Age of Empires series of PC games Ensemble Studios that was disbanded by Microsoft didn’t disappear from the scene, instead, they formed a new game studio Robot Entertainment, which soon afterwards announced their brand-new and original series of games Orcs Must Die!. The series currently has published three works in all: Orcs Must Die! (OMD for short) – pure single-player game, Orcs Must Die! 2 (OMD2 for short) – single-player game with double-player co-op game, and Orcs Must Die! Unchained (OMDU for short) – pure multi-player online free game.

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[MAME] Tumblepop – A platform game reminiscent of Bubble Bobble, Pang and Snow Bros.

There are four classic arcade games in this post: Tumblepop, Diet Go Go, Joe & Mac Returns, and Jumping Pop. The first three are all the works of Data East from Japan, were successively released in 1991, 1992 and 1994. Among them, the Joe & Mac Returns is a hybrid work of Tumblepop and Joe & Mac of Data East. The last game is a highly imitative copy of Tumblepop, was produced by ESD from South Korea and released in 2001.

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[Alpha] Diablo II: Resurrected – HD remastered version of the epic Diablo II

Diablo II: Resurrected is an ultimate remastered version of the epic action RPG computer game Diablo II (released in 2000) along with its expansion pack Diablo II: Lord of Destruction (released in 2001) created by Blizzard Entertainment. It enables the huge fans players of Diablo series to experience the time-honored classic content of Diablo II while enjoying a feast of high-quality sound and visual effects created by modern game hardware.

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Battle City Remake – 3D remake edition of the classic Battle City

Battle City Remake is a 3D remake of the classic multi-directional shooter video game Battle City developed and published by Namco from Japan in 1985 for the NES/FC console, developed by an independent video game studio Bad Mouse Digital Art from Chile in 2020, made with Unity. It enables you to experience a more comfortable and wonderful tank battle, back to the happy memories of childhood.

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Codename: Eagle – A great game with all popular elements born at the wrong time

Codename: Eagle is a refreshing FPS (first-person shooter) game for Windows, developed by Refraction Games (from Sweden) and published by Take-Two Interactive in 1999. It can’t be defined simply as some specific type of game, because no other game before it had such novel and interesting gameplay and great freedom.

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[Build 3536] King Arthur’s Gold – Attractive multi-player Action + RTS + Co-Op 2D game

King Arthur’s Gold (KAG for short) is a side-scrolling RTS type of small indie game based on the elements of Medieval Europe theme. It came up with retro & pixel style and unique, rare originality, and of course got inspiration primarily from one old video game King Arthur’s World on SNES platform.

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