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OpenBOR – Ultimate 2D fan-made side-scrolling game engine

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OpenBOR (short for Open Beats of Rage) is a free, open-source, sprite-based 2D side scrolling video game engine (not a console emulator) for Windows, Linux, Android, PSP and WII platforms. Users from all over the world have used it to create a lot of interesting Doujin games based on Double Dragon, Streets of Rage, Final Fight, The King Of Fighters, Street Fighter, Metal Slug, and more.

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[v3.0] Super Mario Run – First Mario game for mobile platform

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As Nintendo‘s first Mario game specially developed for iOS platform (rather than just a parkour edition of SMB, developed using the free Unity game engine), Super Mario Run also became the second annual topic of mobile game after Pokémon Go. In a sense, Super Mario Run is a bit similar to Square Enix‘s famous but abandoned “GO” series of mobile games. They both, in the premise of keeping the original game art style and basic settings, were specially optimized for mobile devices, and simplified the game operation, in order to attract more new junior players.

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Door Kickers all game works in one place

Door Kickers is a small Real-Time Strategy indie game developed by KillHouse Games (the development team that made the famous module Project Reality for Battlefield 2) from Romania in 2014. It has a lot in common with Frozen Synapse both visually and playfully. However, the user interface and visual effects of the latter are more abstract.

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[v2020.09] Broforce – Boiling and addictive pixel-style action shooting game

At first sight of Broforce, I guess most players maybe think of one series of films + one series of video games: First Blood + Metal Slug. AppNee tells you, this is definitely not only a normal 2D pixel game, nothing can stop the crazy enthusiasm from vast majority of players to this game. BTW, IGN gave BroForce 8.8 scores of high praise.

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[v1.9] Rampage Knights – Mixture of The Binding of Isaac and Golden Axe

Rampage Knights is a Roguelike-RPG action game with emphasis on cooperation developed by Rake In Grass game studio. It is mainly inspired from two classic video games Golden Axe and The Binding of Isaac, and fuses the fast-paced design of beat ’em up games and adventure elements in dungeon crawler games.

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[v1.1.0] Contra Anniversary Collection portable versions download

In honor of the company’s 50th anniversary, Konami Digital Entertainment released Contra Anniversary Collection, a collection of the classic action shooting game Contra series produced and released by Konami, which includes almost all the popular versions of Contra game works. As one of the most classic video games in the NES/FC era, Contra still has a large number of fans players around the world (most of whom are between 30 and 40 years old now) up to now, and Konami does hope to continue to expand the influence of this work.

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[v1.7] La-Mulana – Excellent game work for ancient ruins exploration

If you find you have become interested in that kind of retro cave exploration game with very high difficulty coefficient after playing Spelunky, then La-Mulana (ラ・ムラーナ) will be another good play for you.

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